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Dorothy Noyes
Born Jan 22, 1675/6 Stonington CT
Died Dec 6, 1714 Preston, New London Co. CT

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Father
Emigrant
SPOUSE CHILDREN
Rev. Salmon Treat

m. 1696?
?CT
b. by Nov 21, 1672
Wethersfield CT
d. Jan 6, 1762
Preston CT
Anna

b. Aug 26, 1699
Preston CT
d. Mar 17, 1777
CT
James

b. Nov 29, 1700
Preston CT
d. Jun 25, 1774
Dorothy

b. Feb 9, 1702/3
Preston CT
d. Jan 13, 1795
Preston CT
Jerusha

b. Nov 21, 1704
Preston CT
d. Aug 8, 1771
Preston CT
Prudence

b. Nov 11, 1706
Preston CT

Sarah

b. Sep 19, 1708
Preston CT
d. Nov 14, 1754
Preston CT
Rebecca

b. Jun 29, 1710
Preston CT

Samuel

b. Jul 21, 1712
Preston CT
d. Sep 16, 1773
Preston CT
Jemima

b. Nov 27, 1714
Preston CT

In 1686, Thomas Parke, Thomas Tracy, and several others petitioned for and were granted by the Connecticut General Court authority to establish a plantation seven miles square to the east of Norwich and north of New London and Stonington. A Mohegan named Owaneco gave a "confirmatory deed" for the land in 1687. In October of that same year, the town was formally incorporated as Preston, named for the English city of Preston, Lancashire.
The gravestone of Rev. Salmon Treat in the Preston City Cemetery reads:

In Memory of ye Rev'd
Salmon Treat who was
Educated at Yale College
& was ye Firft Minifter that
Ever was Ordaind in Pre-
fton-he came to ye Miniftry
Nov'm 16th 1698 & Refignd his
Paftoral Office March 14th
1744. he Departed this Life
Jan'r 6th 1762 in ye 90th year of
his Age.

The Memory of ye Juft is Blefsed
And ye true Chriftians Laft End is
Happinefs.

A daughter of son Samuel married Stephen Richardson, her 2nd cousin, youngest son of Jonathan Richardson on Aug 20, 1765 at Wethersfield Congregational Church.
Sources:
"Joseph Richardson Family", Rockingham County NC History, entry #894, 1976.
"Will of Jonathan Richardson", dated 5 Oct. 1772, proven May 24, 1773, Abstract of Bedford County, Va. Wills and Inventories and Accounts 1754-1787, pp 183-184.
Preston City Cemetery, Preston, New London Co. CT, findagrave, website.