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Lydia Lumm (Warner)

Also Known As: "Widow Bronson"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Waterbury, New Haven County, Connecticut Colony
Death: Died in Derby, New Haven County, Connecticut Colony
Immediate Family:

Daughter of John Warner of Waterbury and Lydia Warner (Boltwood)
Wife of Samuel Bronson and Jonathan Lum
Mother of Lydia Buck and Thomas Brownson
Half sister of Ephraim Warner, M.D.; John Warner; Robert Warner; Ebenezer Warner, M.D.; Thomas Warner and 6 others

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About Lydia Lumm

From History of the Towns of New Milford and Bridgewater, Connecticut, 1703-1882 by Samuel Orcutt

p. 47 The "First Church of Christ" was organized by the council on the day of the ordination of Mr. Boardman, and gave the call to the minister, which he accepted, and the ordination followed. The record Mr. Boardman made of the organization of the church is thus rendered:

"New Milford, Nov. 21, 1716. An account of the Bretheren of the church at the first settlement of the ministry.

Recommended ye Planters.

Daniel Boardman, John Bostwick, Samuel Brownson, Zacariah Ferris, Samuel Beebe, Samuel Hitchcock, John Weller, Roger Brownson

Female Members Mary Noble, widow, Sarah Hitchcock; ye wife of Samuel Hitchcock, Hannah Beebe, ye wife of Samuel Beebe, Recommended from Danbury

Lydia Brownson, ye wife of Samuel Brownson, Dorcas Brownson, ye wife of Roger Brownson

"Quickly was added to the church, by admission, and recommendation to the Church Communion,

Jonathan Buck, James Prime, Ann Prime, ye wife of James Prime, Recommended from Milford.

Oct. 19, 1718, William Gaylor, Johannah Gaylor, ye wife of William Gaylor, recommended from Woodbury.

"Elizabeth Harris, ye wife of William Harris, recommended from Wethersfield "Mercy Bostwick, ye wife of John Bostwick, recommended from the church of Danbury "Rebecca Weller, ye wife of John Weller, admitted Oct. 19, 1718.

"Church Members 1719 Henoni Stebbins (Northampton Mary Gould, wife of Wm. 1720 Samuel Prindle...Dorothy Prindle, wife of Samuel John Noble John Welch,... Abigail Welch, wife of John Mabel Griswold, Widow Mary Buck, Wife of Enoch ??? Camp, wife of Samuel Millet (Milford) Miriam Pickett, wife of Thomas Hannah Noble 1726 Phebe Beecher Eleazer Beecher 1734 Jonathan Buck, Jr. 1735 Ann Buck, wife of Joseph Betty Buck, wife of Jonathan, Jr. Jonathan Buck, Sen., restored

Note: These lists have been shortened here to point to the ancestors of this family along with a few contemporary names for background. The entire book can be located at http://www.archive.org/details/historytownsnew00orcugoog

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Lydia Lumm's Timeline

1680
March 13, 1680
Waterbury, New Haven County, Connecticut Colony
1700
1700
Age 19
Farmington, Hartford County, Connecticut, USA
1702
February 23, 1702
Age 21
New Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut Colony
1703
February 6, 1703
Age 22
New Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut Colony
1741
March 2, 1741
Age 60
1746
1746
Age 65
Derby, New Haven County, Connecticut Colony
1880
February 3, 1880
Age 66
1881
June 17, 1881
Age 66
1947
July 10, 1947
Age 66
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of Farmington,Hartford,Conn