NameDea. Joseph Hoar139,119,136,41
Birth5 Dec 1708, Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts140,141,123
Birth MemoEdgar Hobart and J. M. Colton have the year as 1707.
Death7 Nov 1797, Brimfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts142,123,143 Age: 88
BurialBrimfield Center Cemetery, Brimfield, Hampden, Massachusetts143
OccupationFarmer, church deacon
FatherCapt. Leonard Hoar (1682-1771)
MotherEsther Hubbard (1685-)
Birth25 Feb 1708, Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts123,137
Death8 Jan 1800, Brimfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts138,123 Age: 91
FatherLt. Ephraim Colton (1672-1753)
MotherMary Noble (1680-)
Marriage10 May 1736, Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts128,144
ChildrenLucy (1737-<1797)
 Deborah (1739-1739)
 Joseph Jr. (1740-1816)
 Esther (1742-1818)
 Deborah (1744-1840)
 Samuel (1746-1828)
Notes for Dea. Joseph Hoar
One of the original proprietors of Brimfield, Hampden Co., Massachusets, along with his father. A member of the Committee of Correspondence for Brimfield in the Revolutionary War.

His gravestone is inscribed:
"Sacred to the Memory of Deacon Joseph Hoar, who died November 7th, 1797, in the 89th year of his age.
"Refrain, my friends, dry up your tears,
I must lie here till Christ appears."139

The Corbin Collection has the same, except for the last two lines of verse. The grave is in the Old Part of the Brimfield Center Cemetery, row 16, plat 167. They also note in their "Footstones and miscellaneous discarded ones" category:

"Deacon Joseph Hoar, 1797"143
He served as a Private, and in certain town committees retaining to covenant of exclusion of British goods on account of grievances stated.145
Notes for Joseph & Deborah (Family)
Storrs has the marriage happening on 19 May 1736.137
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