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Staymen Philanda [Female] b. 19 AUG 1841 Mundy Twp., Genesee Co, MI
Barnabas (Barnabus) served in the Civil War and died at Mundy on 15 April 1895
Ebenezer was listed as a farmer of East Haddam. Ebenezer was a Private in Co H, 21st Regt CT Vols, enlisting 23 Aug 1862, but left the service in Nov. His wife Abby died 5 June 1889 at Waterford alms house, aged 76, a widow. Middle name sometimes spelled "Lothrop".
Josiah being a grandson of Marlborough's founder John HOWE
accidentally killed 6 Oct 1734 Marlborough
Abraham was prominent in the town, was elected Representative for the General Court 1755, 1759, 1764-1772, and served in various town offices. He died 14 March 1775 in Weston. During the Revolution, his widow Anna lent sums of money to the town for raising of arms, and for such is honored by patriotic organizations. She died 23 October 1810.
born Marlborough, Middlesex co, MA, 1 Sep 1717. The family moved to Waltham in 1720. He became prominent in Waltham, serving as selectman 1757--1762, and 1767. He married on 13 Dec 1739 Susanna MEAD, daughter of David and Hanna (SMITH) MEAD of Lexington, MA. She was born Lexington 1 Aug 1719, and died Waltham 28 Feb 1789. He drew up his will in Worcester co. 2 June 1794 ; it was proved 3 Mar 1801, and mentions sons Jacob, Samuel, and Abijah; daughters: Mary STEARNS, Susanna BROWNE, Sarah CUSHING, and Abigail FLAGG. Also mentions granddaughter Sukey, child of deceased son Thomas. He died 6 Sep 1800 at New Braintree, Worcester co, MA.
Like his brothers Jacob and Abraham, Josiah was prominent in town affairs, and a military man as well. he served in an artillery company as a Lieutenant during the Revolution. He died in Waltham 15 July 1810.
Mass Sold & Sail Rev War, Vol II:
Bigelow, Josiah, Weston. Lieutenant, Capt. Israel Whitmore's Artillery co., which marched on the alarm on April 19, 1775 (see below) ; service 4 days.
served in French-and-Indian War.
He served in Capt. John Weeks co, in 1757 (French-and-Indian War). He was also at the Battle of Concord and Lexington 19 Apr 1775 in Capt. Cyprian Howe's co, and later served in the army at White Plains. He was member of the Committee of Correspondence for Marlborough in 1779 and 1781. They lived in Marlborough, where he died 6 Jan 1813. She died previously on 3 Sep 1801.
He served in the Revolutionary War.
a well-known schoolmaster
graduated Harvard University 1769;
was fitted for the ministry; unmarried.
born 18 Sep 1762 at Weston, Middlesex county, MA. He graduated from Harvard College in 1782, then read for the law. He settled at Cambridge, where he was a well-known lawyer. He was for many years Clerk of the Court in Cambridge. Abraham was a delegate to the convention for the ratification of the U.S. Constitution. He married, on 22 May 1785, Hepsibeh Jones, daughter of Isaac and Mary (Willis) Jones. She was born 10 Dec 1762 at Weston and died 18 Oct 1817 at Cambridge, MA. He died 6 July 1832 at Cambridge, his wife having died 18 Oct 1817.
He was a lawyer, and they moved to Ticonderoga, Essex county, NY. Samuel allegedly died Oct 1820, aged 48 years, according to a newspaper obituary.(Headstone: "Oct.14, 1819/ AE. 64."[must be "46"...ROD]) His wife survived until 11 May 1862.( Headstone: "May 4, 1862/ AE 87 yrs 2mo") Both are buried in Streetroad cemetery, Ticonderoga.
went to sea and died
He graduated from Harvard in 1809 and studied law, after which he worked on a Boston newspaper. He married, circa 1812 (marriage notice listed in Columbian Centinel, issue of 12 Dec 1812), Anna Maria Ripley, daughter of Thomas and Mary (Conkling) Ripley. She was born 1794 at Sag Harbor, Long Island, NY. She died 14 June 1816, also at Sag Harbor. Horatio then left Massachusetts, and is next found on the 1820 census at New Orleans, LA. His children had been left in the care of his grandparents in MA. In a note to J. Sibley at Harvard University, his son stated that Horatio died Mar 1824 in Louisiana.
He entered the U.S. Navy as a midshipman, and spent the remainder of his life in its service, rising through the ranks, frequently on half-pay furlough, until he reached the rank of Commodore. Ships that he served on were the President, Sloop of War ONTARIO, Brig Spark, Macedonian, Frigate Constellation, Fairfield, Shark, New York, Scorpion, and Michigan. By 1850, partially disabled, he was placed in command of the Chicago lighthouse; he and his family lived there for some time and acquired a farm on the outskirts. In 1855 he was commisioned as a member of the efficiency board. He resigned from the U.S. Navy in 1857, and left Chicago. He died in 04 March 1861, and his body returned to Chicago, where he is buried at Rose Hill cemetery. His widow Louisa GALLAGHER (b. St. Malo, Brittany, France 1800) died in New York State 31 August 1873, and is interred with him.
He griduated from Harvard in 1832, before his 19th birthday. He was a promoter of various mining interests, including the copper mines of MI's northern peninsula. He married on 10 November 1840 Anne Lenthal Smith. She was born 21 September 1816 at Hanover, MA and died 26 August 1897 at Boston. Horatio had died on 25 October 1888 also at Boston.
Unconfirmed reports state that he was "a copper magnate and made some $25 million in mine speculations".
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