Rash's Surname Index

Notes for Stephen III JEWETT

In February, 1799, Mr. Jewett left his father's home in Hollis, and took up his residence with his uncle Deacon Noah Jewett of Cornish, Me. After his marriage he settled in Augusta, Me., and removed to Sidney, Me. He was a man of deep religious convictions, a farmer and carpenter. In 1828 he and Jopheth Beale built for the trustees of the Methodist Society of Sidney the largest house of worship ever in that town, and in 1845 he was active in the combined movement by which the same building was moved over a mile to the center of the town and reopened as a union meetinghouse.

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