Person:Swan Pomeroy (1)

Watchers
m. 24 Jul 1793
  1. Polly Pomeroy1794 - 1879
  2. Erastus Pomeroy1796 -
  3. Rev. Swan Lyman Pomeroy1799 - 1869
  4. Adeline Pomeroy1805 -
  • HRev. Swan Lyman Pomeroy1799 - 1869
  • W.  Ann Quincy (add)
m. 26 May 1835
Facts and Events
Name Rev. Swan Lyman Pomeroy
Gender Male
Birth[1] 4 Mar 1799 Warwick, Franklin, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 26 May 1835 Portland, Cumberland, Maine, United Statesto Ann Quincy (add)
Death[2] 17 Mar 1869 Sunderland, Franklin, Massachusetts, United States
References
  1. Warwick (Massachusetts). Town Clerk. Vital records, 1739-1900
    p. 65.

    Swan L D'o [i.e., ditto, meaning "to Josiah and Mary Pomeroy"] born March 4th 1799.

  2. Massachusetts, United States. Massachusetts Death Records, 1841-1915. (FamilySearch)
    [1].

    Deaths Registered in the Town of Sunderland for the Year eighteen hundred and sixty-nine.
    No.: 4
    Date of Death: Mar 17, 1869
    Name: Swan L. Pomroy
    Sex: Male
    Condition: Widower
    Age: 70 [born about 1799]
    Cause: Apoplexy
    Place of Death: Sunderland
    Occupation: Clergyman
    Place of Birth: Warwick
    Parents: Josiah & Mary Pomroy

  3.   Necrology, in General Conference of the Congregational Churches in Maine and Maine Missionary Society. Minutes, Sermon and Reports. (Portland: Congregational Churches of Maine, 1869)
    p. 56.

    Rev. Swan Lyman Pomeroy, D.D., died suddenly in Sunderland, Mass., at the residence of his brother, March 17, 1869, aged 70.
    Born in Warwick, Mass., March 4, 1799. Graduated Brown University, 1820; Andover Theological Seminary, 1824; licensed to preach by the North Association of New Haven, Conn., August 17, 1824. Ordained First church, Bangor, August 31, 1825; dismissed, October 5, 1848. Secretary of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, from September, 1848; resigned, November, 1859. For eight years resided chiefly in Portland. From October, 1866 to 1868, clerk in the "Department of State", Washington, D.C., and supplying the colored Presbyterian church in that city. Trustee in Bangor Theological Seminary, from 1825 to 1849. Sketch by Rev. David Peck, in Congregationalist and Recorder, March 25, 1869; by Dr. D.S. Talcott, Christian Mirror, March 30. Funeral services at Sunderland, Mass., March 18. The remains were deposited at Mt. Hope, Bangor, among his relatives and friends, previous to which services were held in the First Parish church, March 25, in charge of Professors Herrick and Barbour, who were supplying the pulpit. Reported in Bangor Whig, March 26.