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Rev Timothy J Stevens

Birthdate: (60)
Birthplace: Roxbury, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, United States
Death: April 14, 1726 (60)
Glastonbury, Hartford County, Connecticut, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Capt. Timothy Stevens and Sarah Stevens
Husband of Eunice Stevens and Alice Stevens
Father of Timothy Stevens; Sarah Stevens; John Stevens; Eunice Stevens; John Stevens and 4 others
Brother of Sarah Aspinwall; John Stevens; Elizabeth Phipps; Joseph Stevens; Marie Stevens and 4 others

Occupation: Pastor
Managed by: Enrique Treat Gleason (Gleeson),...
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About Rev Timothy J Stevens

1808 Main Street Glastonbury, CT still stands today. --The Timothy Stevens House was built for the Reverend Timothy Stevens as one of the inducements to encourage him to settle here so that “Glassenbury,” as it was to be called, could become an independent town. Ministers were in short supply. The townsmen offered to the Reverend Stevens an annual wage of 60 pounds, 150 acres of the Town’s still undivided land, and six acres with a “suitable House.” This is that house, a gambrel-roofed structure. It probably was built in 1693 and has an unusually early brick foundation. It was described at the time as a “girt dwelling” with a “good Stack of Chimnies in it.” A “girt” building is a frame structure built using a technique today called post and beam construction.

The Reverend Stevens was given the choice of a 20-foot long house or, if he furnished the nails, glass, and ironwork himself, a 40-foot long house. He chose the larger structure. The house still stands in its original location on Main Street. What is now Morgan Drive follows a 17th century cart road that led eastward to woodlots. The original Timothy Stevens House is the south-facing, white structure. As Dr. Whittles observed, in 17th century Glastonbury, all houses faced south so that the sunlight would help heat them.

Timothy Stevens has been quite a prominent name in the making of the history of Connecticut, having been connected with many prominent men in writing the early laws of Connecticut.

He was the first Stevens to graduate from Harvard College in 1683, in Connecticut Laws.

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Rev Timothy J Stevens's Timeline

January 12, 1666
Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, United States
March 28, 1695
Age 29
Glastonbury, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
March 19, 1696
Age 30
Glastonbury, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
June 4, 1698
Age 32
Glastonbury, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
September 13, 1702
Age 36
Glastonbury, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
September 14, 1704
Age 38
Glastonbury, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
July 9, 1705
Age 39
Glastonbury, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
September 6, 1705
Age 39