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Reverend John Noyes gravestone


departed this Life, Nov'r. 5th,
1767 aged 32. A Gen't. distinguished
for his innocent inoffensive
Behavior, patient under trials,
habitually chearfull. Parent, Friend,
benevolent to all, furnished
with a good degree of [?]
[?] Learning, but the
Gospel was his beloved family
of which [remainder unreadable]

Status: Located

Owner of originalFind a Grave Memorial #14120102 [Jan Franco]
Date29 Apr 2006
PlaceCenter Church on the Green Churchyard Crypt; New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut
File nameNOYES John Rev (1735-67) g-s.jpg
File Size201.32k
Dimensions1764 x 2352
Linked toRev. NOYES John (Burial)

Center Church on the Green Churchyard Crypt, New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, USA

Notes: Also known as First Congregational Churchyard, Old New Haven Burying Ground.

Now a National Historic Landmark, Center Church on the Green is situated right on the New Haven Green. It is the oldest church in New Haven, founded in 1638, and was previously known as First Congregational Church. The present building dates from 1814 and was built over part of the burying ground. Some gravestones remain in the basement crypt, and may be visited from 11 am to 1 pm Thursdays and Saturdays for tours. Many people were buried on the green; in 1821 almost all of the remaining outside monuments were moved to Grove Street Cemetery (at Grove Street many of those tombstones are around the inside wall in alphabetical order.)

Here is a nice video tour of the crypt

Center Church on the Green Churchyard Crypt

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