Note: Thomas Oviatt married his second wife, Mrs.Lydia (Kellogg) Clark and settled in New Milford in 1723. He bought half a Right of John Clark, and settled on west side of Second hill. He had a number of children, all born before he came here.
July 11, 1729 Ebenezer Baldwin and Thomas Oviatt were chosen tithing men from that time until the town meeting in December to oversee the youth in the meeting house in the time of exercise, that is, the males.
Dec.13, 1731, Thomas Oviatt was assigned to sit in the second seat in the body of the first meeting house. This seat was the fourth in prominence.
Included in list of new members into the First Church of New Milford 1725: ...Thomas Oviat, sen. (senior)
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