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Bigelow Jedediah [Male] b. 8 FEB 1713/14 Marlborough, Middlesex Co, MA
born Marlborough, Middlesex co, MA, 08 February 1714. He married (1) 27 January 1737 Thamezine NURSE of Framingham, MA, daughter of Benjamin and Elizabeth (HAVENS) NURSE (This is incorrect -see below). She was born 20 Aug 1716 (correct date)(another source gives 01 June 1718). They moved to Grafton, where three children were recorded, then to Sutton, and later to Douglas, MA, where he lived the remainder of his life. Thamezine died 12 March 1758. Jedediah married (2) 26 June 1759 Jane WHEELER of Sutton. Jedediah served the town of Douglas as selectman 1771-1772. His will, on which Howe records no date, mentions wife Jane, son Thomas, and daughters Ruth, wife of Andrew COOK, Sarah, wife of Eleazer GOULD, Thamezine, wife of William DAVENPORT, Thankful, wife of Jonah TITUS, and Mary, wife of Joseph TITUS.
Mass Sold & Sail Rev War, Vol II:
Bigelow, Jedediah, Douglas. Private, Capt. Caleb Whiting's co., which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775, to Roxbury; service, 8 days.
Biglow, Jedediah, Douglas. Corporal, Capt. Benjamin Richardson's co., Col. Dyke's regt.; pay abstract for 2 days travel allowance to Dorchester Heights, dated Nov. 28, 1776.
Served in the Revolutionary War
Mass Sold & Sail of Rev War, Vol II:
Biglow, Ith'a(?), Paxton, Private, Capt Phineas Moore's co; Col Ephraim Doolittle's regt; which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775, to Cambridge; service 19 days.
Mass Sold & Sail of Rev War, Vol II:
Biglo, Solomon, Shrewsbury. private, Capt Robert Andrews's co., which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775, from Shrewsbury (21 Precinct) to Cambridge; service, 12 days.
Biglow, Solomon, Winchendon. Capt. Abel Wilder's co., Col. Ephram Doolittle's regt.; receipt for advance pay dated Charlestown, June 26, 1775; also, private; muster roll dated Aug. 1, 1775; enlisted April 26, 1775; service, 3 mos 13 days; also, Corporal; company return dated Oct. 6, 1775; also, order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money, dated Winter Hill, Dec 26, 1775.
Bigelow, Solomon, Winchendon. private, Capt. Moses Hale's co., Col. Nathan Sparhawk's regt, which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775; service, 6 days; reported enlisted into the army.
graduated at Harvard College in 1765, and was ordained to the ministry in Paxton, MA 21 Oct 1767. He married, date unknown, Mrs. Sarah Hall of Sutton. He held the pastorate in Paxton for about two years, was taken ill on his thirtieth birthday, and died 16 Nov 1769. There are no records of any children.
Humphrey served in the Revolutionary War, and his widow Hannah claimed a pension [W14304]. They lived in Shrewsbury until 1804, when they moved to Charlton, where they lived several years, later at Sutton and Westford, then back to Shrewsbury, where he died 02 October 1842. He is buried in Hope cemetery, Worcester county, MA.
1790 census: MA-Worcester-Shrewsbury-Humphrey Bigelow: 1-1-2-0-0.
Mass Sold & Sail of Rev War, Vol II:
Biglow, Humphrey, Shrewsbury. Private, Capt. Moses Harrington's co, Col. Dike's regt.; return of men in service from Dec.20,1776, to March 1, 1777.
Biglow, Humphrey. private, Capt. Ebenezer Ingalsbee's co., Col. Job Cushing's regt.; enlisted Sept.12, 1777; discharged Nov.29,1777; service, 2 mos. 28 days.
Biglow, Humphrey. Private, Capt. Isaac Harrington's co., Col. Samuel Denney's regt; enlisted Oct.18, 1779; discharged Dec. 2, 1779; service, 1 mo. 15 days; enlistment, 3 months; company detached to join Continental Army at Claverack.
Biglow, Humphrey, Private, Capt. Daniel Bowker's co., Col. Webb's regt.; enlisted Sept.14, 1781; discharged Dec. 4, 1781; service 3 mos.; enlistment, 3 months; company raised to reinforce Continental Army.
Biglo, Humphrey, Private, Capt. John Maynard's co., Col. Job Cushing's regt.; marched to Hadley by order of Col. Denney on an alarm at Bennington Aug.21, 1777; discharged Aug.23, 1777; service, 3 days; roll dated Shrewsbury; also, Capt.
Ebenezer Ingoldsby's co., Col. Job Cushing's regt.; enlisted Sept.12, 1777; discharged Nov.29, 1777; service, 2 mos. 28 days.
Biglo, Humphrey. Private, Capt. Ephraim Lyon's co., Col. Wade's regt.; enlisted June 24, 1778; discharged July 13, 1778; service 26 days, at Rhode Island. Roll dated Groton.
served in the Revolutionary War
They resided in Sutton, MA for several years where he was a boot and shoe manufacturer. Afterwards, 1844, they moved to Marietta, Washington OH. Cynthia died on 18 March 1872 at Fairfield, MA and Samuel died there on 10 March 1882 buried Mound Cemetery, Marietta - same cemetery as Samuel's sister, Susan (15321.59).
Samuel was a manufacturer of boots, shoes and leather goods from 1858 to 1890. In 1844, Samuel went into Washington county, OH and then Fairfield, IA. Samuel was also alderman, and city clerk.
From 1858 to 1868, Charles and his family lived in Texas. They returned to Worcester where he was engaged in the mercantile business and died there on 23 April 1885. His wife had died earlier - on 10 August 1883
He went to Cincinnati, OH about 1850 and was engineer on the C. H. & D. RR for many years. He was killed in a collision on that road near Glendale, OH on 04 May 1876.
Harrison was an engineer on the Passaumpsie RR for many years and resided at St. Johnsbury, VT. He died in Toledo OH on 22 January 1867. Data is incomplete on Amelia except that she was born in Sutton, MA.
He was connected with the watch factory at Waltham, MA for many years and was one of the first seven men to go to Elgin, IL to start the watch business in that town. In 1874, he moved to San Francisco. She died in 1879. No additional research has been done.
born 11 Sep 1762 at Shrewsbary, Worcester county, MA. When a young man, he served in the army briefly in 1778, and afterwards moved to Paxton, MA, and was employed as a merchant. In 1784 his employers sent him out to locate a new site for a store, and after some travel, he decided to build at Brookfield, Orange county, VT. The following year he opened the store with his employers furnishing the stock. In 1788 his employers died and he was able to buy out the store, and with the increase of business, in 1800 built a larger store. This he sold in 1808 and turned to farming, which he followed the rest of his life.
He married (1)18 Sep 1794 Nabby Pride, born 17 June 1772 Norwich, CT. She died 20 Jan 1808. He married (2)11 Dec 1808 Lois Griswold, born South Hadley, MA 23 Jan 1779, daughter of Joseph and Margery Griswold; she died at Brookfield 24 Aug 1870, aged 91 years. Barna died 3 Apr 1840, also at Brookfield.
Mass Sold & Sail or Rev War, Vol II:
Biglo, Barna. Private, Capt. Ephraim Lyon's co, Col. Wade's regt.; enlisted June 24, 1778; discharged July 13, 1778; service, 26 days, on an alarm at Rhode Island. Roll dated Groton.
Bigelow, Barnabas, Private, Capt. Jotham Houghton's co., Col. Nathan Sparhawk's (7th) regt., Gen. Warner's brigade; pay roll for service from Nov. 3 to Nov.19, 1778, 17 days; company detached to reinforce guards in barracks at Rutland under Col. Jacob Gerrish and to escort troops of convention to Enfield, Conn.; also, Capt. Houghton's co., Col. Samuel Denny's (2d) regt. Gen. Fellows's brigade; pay roll for service from Oct.24, 1779, 1 mo. 9 days, at Claverack. Roll dated Petersham.
As a young man he moved to Vermont and settled at Weathersfield, Windsor county. He married Elizabeth Beaman Boynton, daughter of Col. John Boynton. She was born 24 February 1774 at Weathersfield, and died there April 1833. Silas died September 1833.
born at Brookfield, Orange, VT 21 June 1795. Owing to ill health, caused by "consumptive tendencies", he emigrated to Virginia in 1816, where he settled and married on __March 1821 Judith Woolson (or Woodson). He died 20 October 1878 Pamplin City, VA.
his name was changed to Charles S. Morton in 1861
Frederick was a farmer, but also served as town clerk, Justice of the Peace and served on the Board of Civil Authority. They resided in Brookfield where each died - he on 29 January 1884 and Philena on 07 March 1885.
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William was engaged in trade in Brookfield and on Ol November 1887 he went from home on an excursion train for Boston. He left the train at Lowell, MA and made a call on a dealer in that city. Since that time, all trace of him was lost.
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