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Noah CHITTENDEN
Sarah FASSETT
Husband:  Noah CHITTENDEN
Birth:  26 Oct 1753, Salisbury, Litchfield Co., CT
Death:  1835, Jericho, Chittenden Co., VT
Father:  Gov. Thomas CHITTENDEN
Mother:  Elizabeth MEIGS
Marriage:
Wife:  Sarah "Sally" FASSETT
Birth:  1771, Cambridge, Lamoille Co., VT
Father:  Capt./Deac. John3 FASSETT [Josiah2, Patrick1]
Mother:  unknown

Given the age difference between Noah and Sarah, it's very likely Noah had an earlier wife.

Children:
1.  Thomas CHITTENDEN, b. 1791, Jericho, Chittenden Co., VT; d. 1834?, Granville, Licking Co., OH; m. Mary CAVANAUGH
2.  Hannah / Anna CHITTENDEN, b. 1795
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Sources:

1.  Alvan Talcott. 1984.  Families of Early Guilford, Connecticut.  Genealogical Publ Co., Baltimore, MD (Broderbund CD-515).  In Vol. 1, on p. 180:
49. Noah Chittenden, son of Gov. Thomas and Elizabeth (Meigs), married Sally Fasset.
    Children:
    81. Judge Thomas, mar poss Sally Fassett? He died 1834.
        Anna, mar Truman Galusha
It appears father and son are being mixed up.

2a.  Message in the Fassett Family Genealogy Forum (online at GenForum), which cites the next source.

2b.  Lester Judd, compiler.  Enosburg's Fassett Family.  Enosburg Historical Society [Franklin Co., VT].
Generation 1
PATRICK FASSETT, probably originally MacPherson, survivor and prisoner of Cromwell in the Battle of Worcester in 1651, was indentured or escaped to Charleston, Mass.  About 1652; had 10 children, the ninth being: Josiah.

Generation 2
JOSIAH FASSETT b. Billenica, Mass. in 1687.  He was a Capt. of the Militia and he had 10 children, eight who lived to marry.  The fourth child was John.

Generation 3
JOHN FASSETT b. 1720 Billenica, Mass.  Known as Capt. John or Deacon John.  With wife and 8 children, ages 4 to 19, moved to Bennington in the New Hampshire grants, in 1762.  He built the first tavern there where the first proprietorís meeting were held.  Elected Captain of the first militia company.  Represented Bennington in the first legislature in 1778.  One daughter married Noah Chittenden (son of Vermont Gov. Thomas Chittenden), and their daughter in turn married Gov. Galusha.  Capt. John and six sons all served in the Revolution.  One son was Amos...

The blather about Patrick is probably fantasy, and it's Billerica, not Billenica, MA.  Noah CHITTENDEN was, indeed, son of Gov. Thomas CHITTENDEN, and John FASSETT's daughter, Sally, did marry him.  But the CHITTENDEN who married Gov. Jonas GALUSHA was Noah's sister, not his daughter.  Noah's daughter, Hannah, married Truman GALUSHA, son of Gov. GALUSHA.  Amos FASSETT is listed next to Truman GALUSHA in the 1850 census.

3.  Broderbund.  World Family Trees.  Vol. 15, Pedigree No. 568.

4.  WorldConnect / Ancestry World Trees (online at RootsWeb.com/Ancestry.com).

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