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Image from page 41 of “Account of the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the wedding of John Pierpont and Sarah Beers, Dec. 29th, 1867” (1868)
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Title: Account of the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the wedding of John Pierpont and Sarah Beers, Dec. 29th, 1867
Year: 1868 (1860s)
Subjects: Pierpont family Pierpont, John, 1740-1805 Pierpont, Sarah Beers, 1744-1835
Publisher: New Haven : Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, Printers
Contributing Library: Boston Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Public Library
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, bornMay 26th, 1712. Married Lydia, daughter of Jacob Hemenway, ofEast Haven. He had two sons, Jacob and John. He died Sept. 29,1741, aged 29 years. FOURTH GENERATION. John Pierpont, second son of Hezekiah Pierpont, born at NewHaven, June 1st, 1740. Married Sarah Beers, daughter of NathanBeers, Dec. 29th, 1767. Died Oct. 8, 1805, aged 65 years. He had ten children—Hezekiah Beers, Sally 1st, Sally 2d, Sally 3d,Hannah and Polly, (twins) Polly 2d, John, Nathan, Henry. FIFTH GENERATION. Hezekiah Beers Pierpont was married to Anna Constable by BishopProvoost, Jan. 21st, 1802. He resided in Brooklyn, N. Y., and hadthirteen children and eighty-eight descendants. Hannah Pierpont, married to Claudius Herrick. Resided in NewHaven. She had four children and nineteen descendants. Mary Pierpont was married to Edward OBrien, and after his decease,to Eleazar Foster. She resided in New Haven, and had ten children—forty-eight descendants. * See Hollisters History of Connecticut, vol. L, page 458.
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3D-printed standing-sitting chick egg cup
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This is a slight remix of Fabricatis clever design of an egg cup with chick feet. All credits here to Fabricatis, we just made a smoother version.
The original version can be found here www.thingiverse.com/thing:26674
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