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Noah was a descendant of Connecticut Governor John Webster. He was primarily a farmer, though he was also deacon of the local Congregational church, captain of the town's militia, and a founder of a local book society (a precursor to the public library). After American independence, he was appointed a justice of the peace.
He never attended college, but he was intellectually curious and prized education.
|Offspring of Noah Webster Sr and Mercy Steele (1727-1794) ¢|
|Mercy Webster (1749-1820)|| |
|Abraham Webster (1751-1831)|| |
|Jerusha Webster (1756-1821)|| |
|Noah Webster (1758-1843)||16 October 1758 West Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, United States||28 May 1843 New Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut, United States|| Rebecca Greenleaf (1766-1847)|
|Charles Webster (1762-1817)|
|Offspring of Daniel Webster and Miriam Cook (1690-1765)|
|Daniel Webster (1720-1720)|| |
|Noah Webster (1722-1813)||25 March 1722 Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, United States||9 January 1813 West Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, United States|| Mercy Steele (1727-1794)|
|Zephaniah Webster (1724-1761)|| |
|Abraham Webster (1727-1751)|| |
|Miriam Webster (1729-1819)|| |
|Daniel Webster (1731-1782)|