4845. Theodosia Carpenter
1Descendants of William and Elizabeth Tuttle, p. 406-407.
2North Fairfield Cemetery, Old (Huron Co., OH), page 70.
1Descendants of William and Elizabeth Tuttle, p. 496-497.
2Tuttle-Tuthill lines in America, c. 1968 by Alva M. Tuttle, p. 94.
3North Fairfield Cemetery, Old (Huron Co., OH), p. 70.
4846. Eber Carpenter
1Census for 1830, 1840, 1850.
2West Highland Baptist Church Membership Record.
4West Highland Cemetery Records.
5History of Kent County, Michigan , c. 1881. "Biography of son Oscar."
6History of Salem, Washtenaw Co., MI, 1881. ""Rev. Eben Carpenter was first minister of Baptist Church." Rev. Eben Carpenter settled in Salem in 1831."
7History of Baptists in Michigan, by M.E.D. Trowbridge, c19-9, page 128. ""Eben Carpenter came from Livingston Co., NY in 1831, settling near Dexter. Later he held a long pastorate at Plymouth, MI"."
8Plymouth Baptist Church History. ""In December, 1834, Elder Carpenter began preaching in the old cooper shop at Cooper's Corners"."
9Pioneer Society of Michigan, Page 50. ""In laboring statedly in Plymouth I soon found a number of members which I advised to unite in church relation, and a council was called not far from June, 1830, and by it they were recognized as th e Baptist church of Plymouth; and I think their first settled pastor was Elder Carpenter.."."
10History of Monroe Co., MI, NY: c. 1890, page 508-509. "These meetings were held in Mrs. Stoddard's house. It was there in Jan. 1832 that the first sermon ever preached by a Baptist minister in Monroe was delivered. During this year Rev. Eber Carpenter a nd Rev. Bradbury Clay preached as often as their home duties elsewhere would permit."
11Michigan State Baptist Annual Report of 1855, page 29. ""Eber Carpenter, a life member of the American and Foreign Bible Society"."
12Michigan State Baptist Annual Report of 1856. "Rev. E. Carpenter of Highland has been called from his labors after a long life of usefulness in his Master's service."."
13History of Washtenaw Co. MI, Charles C. Chapman, 1881, page 611. "Churches in Salem Township "The first Baptist Church was organized within the house of Wheaton Bullock, Jan. 17, 1833...Elder Eban Chapenter preached the first sermon to the society on the day of orga nization. Elder Clark served as minister for a short time after organization when Elder Carpenter was appointed pastor. Elder Noyes was called to pastorate ahout 1837."."
14Past and Present of Washtenaw County, MI, by Samuel Beakes, 1905, Page 763. ""The first religious services in Lima. Tp. are believed to have been held by Elder Carpenter, a Baptist minister, who held services and religious meetings at the house of Samuel Clements once every fo ur weeks from 1831 to 1834."."
151895 Landmarks History Book Town of Hannibal, Oswego Co., NY. "" The Baptist Church of Hannibal changed name to Sterling and Hannibal Baptist Church in 1825, when Rev. Mr. Carpenter was installed."."
1Obituary in Michigan Christian Herald, Feb 2, 1854.
2West Highland Cemetery Records.
3Platt Genealogy in America by Charles Platt, Jr., New Hope, PA c 1963, page 91, p. 246.
4Abstract of Wills of Oneida Co., NY c. 1939 by Gertrude Barber, p. 7-8. "Will of Samuel Platt of Whitestown, NY, lists the children of his brother Obediah: Blydenburgh, Alsy, Geity, Laura, Delia."
10629. Eben Carpenter
1Will of Eber Carpenter.
2Census 1850, 1870.
4847. Eunice Carpenter
1Descendants of William and Elizabeth Tuttle, p.497.
1Descendants of William and Elizabeth Tuttle, p. 497.
4848. Harvey Carpenter
1Census 1840, 1850 Athens, Canaan Co., OH.
2Revolutionary War Pension Claim S42116.
4849. Asa Carpenter
1History of Huron County, by A. J. Baughman, c. 1909, Vol. 1, page 449. "Irving Carpenter "birth, parents Alvin J. Carpenter, Grandfather, Leonard E. Carpenter and his father Asa Carpenter "who came from CT to OH in company with his father, Daniel Carpenter, who settle d in Fairfield township. He was a soldier of the Revolutionary war."."
4850. Rev. Orson Leonard Carpenter
1The Firelands Pioneer: published by the Fire Lands Historical Society, pp.135-136. "Gives birth, marriage, death, wife, and children. " When about 7 he moved with his parents from CT to Onondaga Co, NY. He came to Huron Co. in Oct. 1829 making the journed from NY to Sandusky by wat er and from thence on foot to Fairfield Township."."
2Huron Co., Ohio, Cemetery Inscriptions, p. 813.