Mr. Pierpont's great-grandfather, the Rev. James Pierpont, was the third minister of the First r afterward.
Something should be said of Mr. Pierpont's place as a writer of poetry, something alvation of their souls.
As early as 1812, Mr. Pierpont delivered a poem before the Washington Bene on earth is your good husband?
said I to Mrs. Pierpont. In bed making poetry, said she. Indeed!
er of temperance and anti-slavery poems.
Mr. Pierpont was graduated from the Divinity School of H dates, but from twelve to fifteen years of Mr. Pierpont's ministry passed not alone with satisfact
Rev. John Pierpont was descended from
1James Pierpont of London, England;
2John Pierpont and Thankful Stowe of Roxbury, Mass.;
3Rev. James Pierpont of New Haven, Conn., and Mary Hooker;
4James Pierpont of Boston and New Haven and Anne Sherman;
5James Pierpont of Litchfield, Conn., aJames Pierpont of Litchfield, Conn., and Elizabeth Collins.
Rev. John Pierpont was married September 23, 1810, to Mary Sheldon Lord, da