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These individual entries were taken from numerous sources. Spellings, correct or incorrect, were kept as they appeared in the source material. Once typed here, entries were sorted according to first name. They will, eventually, be put into a data base that can be sorted by name, event date, or source. MORE TO COME! -Bingham James Forrest Lowe


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Revision #11, October 10, 2005



____ Low, son of Caleb, laborer, and Rachel, was born 4-10-1844. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 17.~


James Lowe married Fanky Crawley 11/29/1827 in Clinton County, Illinois ||Vital Records


William Lowe married Rachael Flahart 3/18/1841 in Crawford County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Alexander K. Lowe married Cassandra J. Happy 5/18/1848 in Gallatin Co, Illinois ||Vital Records


Hiram H. Lowe married Maria Brott 6/19/1846 in Knox County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Jesse Lowe married Margret E. Cawkins 11/16/1845 in Knox County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Eli Lowe married Amanda F. Lewis 4/20/1847 in LaSalle County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Asa H. Lowe married Sarah Arnold 11/7/1844 in Madison County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Michael A. Lowe Eliza A. Waggoner 9/22/1846 in Madison County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Richard Edgar Lowe married Frances A. Rader 7/16/1846 in Madison County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Sylvester W. Lowe married Mary Washburn 11/15/1838 in Madison County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Zephaniah Lowe married Mary Matthew 5/14/1835 in Madison County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Richard S. Lowe married Eliza M. Anderson 5/7/1833 in McDonough Co, Illinois ||Vital Records


James M. Lowe married Deborah Powel 10/26/1843 in Menard Co, Illinois ||Vital Records


Brockstene M. Lowe married Margaret Davis 7/4/1835 in Montgomery Co, Illinois ||Vital Records


William Lowe married Melissa A. Brock 8/14/1850 in Saline Co, Illinois ||Vital Records


Joseph Lowe married Mary Wegar 1/10/1838 in Shelby Co, Illinois ||Vital Records


David Lowe married Easter Nichols 7/17/1823 in St. Clair, Illinois ||Vital Records


Richard Lowe married Hannah J. Moudy 1/22/1846 in Vermillion Co. IL ||Vital Records


Roger S. Low married Mary Ann Whiting 7/23/1848 in Boone County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Andrew W. Low married Joanah Craine 8/13/1844 in Clark Co, Illinois ||Vital Records


Jonathan D. Low married Susannah Rodman 7/17/1845 in Clark Co, Illinois ||Vital Records


Eli Low married Mary Tipton 9/12/1841 in Coles Co, Illinois ||Vital Records


Benjamin Low married Elizabeth Bogard 12/30/1841 in Crawford Co, Illinois ||Vital Records


Jesse Low married Anna Wilson 2/22/1818 in Crawford CO, Illinois ||Vital Records


Washington Low married Margaret Swain 3/3/1842 in Crawford CO, Illinois ||Vital Records


William Low married Betsey Bathe 5/14/1818 in Crawford Co, IL||Vital Records


William W. Low married Lucetta Salmon 4/30/1850 in DuPage Co, Illinois ||Vital Records


James R. Low married Elizabeth Newton 5/4/1836 in Edgar County, Illinois ||Vital Records


James Low married Jane Webber 1/28/1847 in Gallatin County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Thomas Low married Catherine E. Lane 9/15/1850 in Kane County, Illinois ||Vital Records


George Low married Eliza S. Osborne 8/13/1844 in LaSalle County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Anthony Low married Francis Thompson 11/12/1832 in Lawrence County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Gardner W. Low married Martha E. Hunt 9/26/1840 in Lawrence CO, Illinois ||Vital Records


Gardner W. Low married Sarah Hunt 10/23/1837 in Lawrence CO, Illinois ||Vital Records


Rilford Low married Lucinda Mitchel 9/11/1836 in Macoupin Co, Illinois ||Vital Records


Thomas P. Low married Elizabeth Jane Leigh 1/19/1837 in Macoupin Co, Illinois ||Vital Records


Aquilla Low married Polly Revis 7/5/1818 in Madison County, Illinois ||Vital Records


John N. Low married Lydia Colbourn 2/15/1842 in McLean Co, Illinois ||Vital Records


William E. Low married Lucy Estill 12/26/1843 in Menard Co, Illinois ||Vital Records


Fielding Low married Pricilla J. Stevens 12/17/1848 in Morgan Co, Illinois ||Vital Records


George W. Low married Harriot Holladay 5/25/1831 Morgan Co, Illinois ||Vital Records


James Low married Elizabeth Houston 9/9/1841 in Pike County, Illinois ||Vital Records


James Low marreid Margaret Montgomery 7/1/1843 in Pike County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Wilson Low married Mrs. Phebe Kinman 11/20/1845 in Pike County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Elephaz Low married Rosanna Foster 1/16/1845 in Sangamon Co, Illinois ||Vital Records


Francis Low married Hannah G. Noble 9/28/1841 in Sangamon Co, Illinois ||Vital Records


J.D. Low married Mary S. Lyman 10/22/1844 in Sangamon Co., Illinois ||Vital Records


Samuel T. Low married Margaret Arnold 1/1/1845 in St. Clair Co, Illinois ||Vital Records


Fielding Low married Isabella Lynn 3/29/1840 in Vermillion Co, Illinois ||Vital Records


Lewis Low married Abigail Moore 12/15/1845 in Vermillion Co, Illinois ||Vital Records


Newton Low married Ruth Ann Stevenson 10/29/1846 in Vermillion Co, Illinois ||Vital Records


Preston Low married Margaret Stevenson 6/1/1843 in Vermillion Co, Illinois ||Vital Records


Ellis Low married Sophia Rippetoe 1/9/1833 in White Co, Illinois ||Vital Records


Thomas Low married Nancy Ansel (or Ezell) 12/23/1832 in White County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Roger S. Low married Mary Ann Whiting 7/23/1848 in Boone County, IL. ||Vital Records


Margaret Ann Low married Hiram Perry 7/4/1852 in Mason County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Sarah A. Low married Richard Randall 3/18/1856 in Menard County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Mercey Low (MRS) married Benjamin F. Moffatt 2/4/1855 in Peoria County, Illinois ||Vital Records


G.G. Low (BL: This should be G.G. Low) married Miss M.M. Scholl 11/13/1851 in Pike County, Illinois ||Vital Records


James Low married Margaret Mongomery 7/1/1843 in Pike County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Sarah Elizabeth Low married John Decker 4/29/1849 in Pike County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Wilson Low married Mrs. Phebe Kinman 11/20/1845 in Pike County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Elephaz Low married Rosanna Foster 1/16/1845 in Sangamon County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Evan Low married Hanah Price 6/11/1835 in Sangamon County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Francis Low married Hannah Ag Noble 9/28/1841 in Sangamon County, Illinois ||Vital Records


J.D. Low married Mary S. Lyman 10/22/1844 in Sangamon County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Mary Low married John Musick 8/26/1835 in Sangamon County, Illinois ||Vital Records


America Low married Isaac O Neal 4/2/1840 in Vermilion County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Fielding Low married Issabella Lynn 3/29/1840 in Vermilion County, Illinois ||Vital Records


John Low married Leonora Stewart 6/20/1866 in Warren County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Maria Low married John W. Miers 1/18/1859 in Warren County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Mary Low married Andrew J Ritchey 9/13/1855 in Warren County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Sarah Low married Isaac Mayfield 6/4/1863 in Warren County, Illinois ||Vital Records


William Low married Ruth Wilson 4/28/1842 in Elkhart County, Indiana ||Vital Records


William Low married Mary Sanderlin 11/9/1828 in Jefferson County, Ohio


Albert F. Lowe married Elva Lowe 9/23/1873 in Cass County, Illinois || VR


Alice Lowe married John Adams 5/21/1868 in Macon County, Illinois || VR


P.J. Lowe married Nancy B. Swisher 7/3/1870 in Macon County, Illinois || VR


James M. Lowe married Deborah Powel 10/26/1843 in Menard County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Sarah Lowe married Robert Parks 10/21/1845 in Menard County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Frances Ann Lowe married John D. Bean ??-??-18?? in Peoria County, Illinois || VR


Clarence Lowe married Nina Bolon 1/23/1907 in Warren County, Illinois || VR


Elizabeth Lowe married Charles N. Smith 8/20/1867 in Warren County, Illinois || VR


Eva Lowe married Edward Wiley 3/12/1894 in Warren County, Illinois ||Vital Records


John H. Lowe married Augusta A. Moore 1/27/1876 in Warren County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Luther F. Lowe married Maggie B. Porter 8/1/1908 in Warren County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Margaret Lowe married Michael S. Reese in Warren County, IL 1/16/1868 ||Vital Records


Mary S. Lowe married Wallace Moore in Warren County, IL 1/24/1878 ||Vital Records


William Lowe married Abigail Roberts in Dearborn County, Indiana 12/20/1832 ||Vital Records


Benjamin Lowe married Mahala Westerfield 5/3/1828 in Perry County, Indiana ||Vital Records


Joshua Lowe married Sarah Burrows 11/17/1831 in Ripley County, Indiana ||Vital Records


William L. Lowe married Mary Jane Ross 11/20/1847 in Warrick County, Indiana ||Vital Records


Daniel Low married Narcissy Lacky 4/29/1841 in Andrew, MO ||Vital Records


Rebecca Ann Low married William A. Travraviz 3/30/1854 in Andrew, MO ||Vital Records


Rusia Low married Martin B. Peterson 4/17/1877 in McDonald, MO ||Vital Records


Susan Low married Daniel Croft 5/28/1855 in Osage, MO ||Vital Records


Maraon Low married Charles C. Rickerson 11/30/1854 in Osage, MO ||Vital Records


Eliza Low married Charles Bolt, JR 1/5/1851 in Polk, MO ||Vital Records


Francis Low married Elizabeth Hickenbottom 12/6/1843 in Polk, MO ||Vital Records


Joseph W. Low married Cynthia Ann Howe 2/2/1843 in Polk, MO ||Vital Records


Prior B. Low married Susannah Keith 10/26/1852 in Polk, MO ||Vital Records


Samuel Low married Nancy Stockton 9/2/1841 in Polk, MO ||Vital Records


Malinda Low married Alias Dunfield 1/3/1856 in Ste. Genevieve, MO ||Vital Records


Michael Low married Melinda Rogers 1/22/1857 in St. Clair, MO ||Vital Records


Lizzie Low married Philip Burkhardt 12/5/1870 in St. Louis, MO ||Vital Records


John Low married Louis Dieterich 12/18/1869 in St. Louis, MO ||Vital Records


Laura Low married John Lear 10/1/1863 in St. Louis, MO ||Vital Records


Alice Low married Alanson Ticke 4/8/1868 in St. Louis, MO ||Vital Records


Zira Low married Albert Steadman 9/28/1863 in St. Louis, MO ||Vital Records


Ellen Low married George Cain 3/17/1885 in Anderson, TX ||Vital Records


Jim Low married Mattie Blain 10/30/1892 in Bosque, TX ||Vital Records


Morris Low married J.M. Darr 10/19/1881 in Bosque, TX ||Vital Records


F.M. Low married Lillie Johnson 4/1/1887 in Bosque, TX ||Vital Records


J.T. Low married Lizzie Stacy 9/15/1889 in Bosque, TX ||Vital Records


Ginnetta Low married Louis C. Harrald 7/1/1849 in Cherokee, TX ||Vital Records


E.M. Low married M.M. McCullough 10/18/1903 in Cherokee, TX ||Vital Records


Favro Low, MRS married Jake Vinton 7/19/1893 in Frio, TX || VR


Mary Low married Richard Morris 11/11/1841 in Galveston, TX ||Vital Records


A.L. Low married A.J.W. Brumbelow 10/12/1879 in Hunt, TX ||Vital Records


Adaline Low married Marion Carter 8/9/1870 in Hunt, TX ||Vital Records


Addie Low married Fred Jacobs 8/13/1889 in Hunt, TX ||Vital Records


Isabell Low married E. Malloy 11/2/1876 in Hunt, TX ||Vital Records


Mary A. Low married M.P. Pipkin 8/19/1874 in Hunt, TX ||Vital Records


Anna Low married J.H. Adair 1/5/1893 in Jack, TX ||Vital Records


Callie Low married W.H. Hawkins 7/24/1877 in Jack, TX ||Vital Records


Ina Low married H.T. Cone 12/7/1903 in Llano, TX ||Vital Records


J.M. Low married J.A. Reams 12/20/1903 in Llano, TX ||Vital Records


Thomas J. Low married Elizabeth Brewer 1/23/1867 in Nacogdoches, TX ||Vital Records


A.P. Low married T.B. Anthony 2/15/1872 in Newton, TX ||Vital Records


Isaac W. Low married Nancy A. Hines 11/2/1865 in Newton, TX ||Vital Records


Martha J. Low married Robert Rotama 11/30/1857 in Polk, TX ||Vital Records


James Low married Julia Terry 5/30/1877 in Sabine, TX ||Vital Records


James Low married A.A. Tatum 1/16/1878 in Sabine, TX ||Vital Records


W.M. Low married L.E. Salter 6/30/1880 in Sabine, TX ||Vital Records


Wiley Low married Sarah A. McDaniel 8/18/1878 in Sabine, TX ||Vital Records


Isaac B. Low married Mary Jones 3/11/1851 in Tyler, TX ||Vital Records


William H. Low married Frances M. Laird in Tyler, TX ||Vital Records


J.L. Lowe married Julia Ann Ferguson 1/6/1871 in McDonald, MO ||Vital Records


Hamilton Lowe married Isabel Haskins 9/23/1866 in McDonald, MO ||Vital Records


Sarah Lowe married William Higgins 2/23/1849 in Platte, MO ||Vital Records


Sarah Jane Lowe married John Silver Tooth 2/16/1849 in Platte, MO ||Vital Records


Sarah L. Lowe married Isaiah Clark 9/23/1846 in Pok, MO ||Vital Records


Adison Lowe married Anny Tuck 5/3/1852 in Polk, MO ||Vital Records


Susan Lowe married Marion Dismukes 12/25/1859 in Ralls, MO ||Vital Records


Addelaide Lowe married James T. Eales 10/30/1856 in Ralls, MO ||Vital Records


Henry Lowe married Mary E.W. Jeffries 12/12/1844 ||Vital Records


Charlotte Lowe married Joseph R. Thompson 1/24/1865 in Ralls, MO ||Vital Records


Thomas Lowe married Sarah M. Weaver 10/10/1861 in Ralls, MO ||Vital Records


Anna E. Lowe married John K. Weaver 3/10/1853 in Ralls, MO ||Vital Records


Clarissa Lowe married Willis Greer 11/22/1838 in St. Clair, MO ||Vital Records


Thaddeus Lowe married Sarah Ada Block 6/13/1872 in St. Louis, MO ||Vital Records


Caroline Lowe married Samuel Cross 10/12/1867 in St. Louis, MO ||Vital Records


Clark Lowe married Mary Gio 2/23/1868 in St. Louis, MO ||Vital Records


Emma Lowe married Georg A. Wilford 9/30/1867 in St. Louis, MO ||Vital Records


Jacob Lowe married Julia Loyd 3/16/1861 in St. Louis, MO ||Vital Records


Moritz Lowe married Susie Rabeden 4/26/1875 in St. Louis, MO ||Vital Records


James E. Lowe married Eliza M. Wilson 5/2/1865 in St. Louis, MO ||Vital Records


Mirah Lowe married Silas Baggett 12/24/1885 in Anderson, TX ||Vital Records


Garrett L. Lowe married Mary F. Miller 2/23/1851 in Anderson, TX ||Vital Records


Annie Lowe married Charlie Young 6/5/1894 in Bosque, TX ||Vital Records


J.W. Lowe married Ella Rizer 7/2/1882 in Bosque, TX ||Vital Records


Malinda Lowe married Isaack K. Dalby 3/1/1860 in Cherokee, TX ||Vital Records


Henrietta Lowe married Hiram H. Donaho 4/3/1851 in Cherokee, TX ||Vital Records


Carline Lowe married Jack Green 2/17/1868 in Cherokee, TX ||Vital Records


Eliza Jane Lowe married John W. Holcomb 10/18/1855 in Cherokee, TX ||Vital Records


Mary E. Lowe married Thomas N. Jones 9/17/1857 in Cherokee, TX ||Vital Records


Claude Lowe married Kate McDonald 1/31/1904 in Cherokee, TX ||Vital Records


Della Lowe married Sam Thompson 2/25/1903 in Cherokee, TX ||Vital Records


Nancy Lowe married Dock Mosely 10/14/1894 in Cherokee, TX ||Vital Records


Rachel Lowe married Elijah Mosely 1/21/1885 in Cherokee, TX ||Vital Records


T.H. Lowe married Maude Pierce 4/20/1902 in Cherokee, TX ||Vital Records


Tobe Lowe married Nancy Ward 1/31/1884 in Cherokee, TX ||Vital Records


William M. Lowe married E.J.W. Waggoner 12/19/1865 in Cherokee, TX ||Vital Records


Minnie Lowe married R.Y. Haggerton 1/24/1895 in Coke, TX ||Vital Records


Bammer Lowe married W.H. Wyatt 12/9/1899 in Coke, TX ||Vital Records


M.F. Lowe married Laura Garrison 2/4/1880 in Dallas, TX ||Vital Records


John Lowe married Mattie Leachman 2/9/1881 in Dallas, TX ||Vital Records


Bessye Lowe married Hugh L. Witherspoon 11/4/1903 in Deaf Smith, TX ||Vital Records


Sandra Lowe Wilson married Thomas A. Lund 10/19/1974 in Deaf Smith, TX ||Vital Records


Sarah F. Lowe married Henry G. Brewer 11/12/1857 in Ellis, TX ||Vital Records


J.D. Lowe married M.C. Still 12/14/1882 in Ellis, TX ||Vital Records


J.M. Lowe married Lucy M. Bradford 12/14/1882 in Erath, TX ||Vital Records


W.E. Lowe married Vergia Brown 2/12/1890 in Erath, TX ||Vital Records


Lizzie L. Lowe married H.F. Dunkum 4/2/1882 in Erath, TX ||Vital Records


J.T. Lowe married M.E. Evatt 4/3/1892 in Erath, TX ||Vital Records


James E. Lowe married Zora E. Franks 8/21/1879 in Erath, TX ||Vital Records


Mattie Lowe married Edgar Havis 8/9/1899 in Erath, TX ||Vital Records


Ida Lowe married J.D. Little 12/23/1894 in Erath, TX ||Vital Records


W.N. Lowe married Mary Thompson 11/16/1893 in Erath, TX ||Vital Records


Sarah Lowe married E.R. Robinson 6/20/1878 in Erath, TX ||Vital Records


T.A. Lowe married E.D. Oaks 10/22/1893 in Erath, TX ||Vital Records


Lee Lowe married Josie Stegall 11/28/1898 in Erath, TX ||Vital Records


Floy Lowe married Miller Stephen 3/11/1900 in Erath, TX ||Vital Records


C.A. Lowe married Mary E. Sweek 5/30/1878 in Erath, TX ||Vital Records


F.L.L. Lowe married A.Y. Whitacre 1/15/1882 in Erath, TX ||Vital Records


Ella Lowe married H.B.White 12/23/1897 in Erath, TX ||Vital Records


John Lowe married Maud L. Williams 3/31/1895 in Erath, TX ||Vital Records


Mary Alice Lowe married J. Guy Smith 9/2/1897 in Frio, TX ||Vital Records


Elizabeth Lowe, Rufus Taylor 7/21/1842 in Gonzales, TX ||Vital Records


Lucy Jane Lowe married Robert C. Garrett in Harrison, TX ||Vital Records


Ann C. Lowe married William D. Petteway 7/13/1853 in Harrison, TX ||Vital Records


George W. Lowe married Lucinda Nole 5/9/1854 in Harrison, TX ||Vital Records


Alta A. Lowe married A.J. Birdsong 8/25/1886 in Jack, TX ||Vital Records


B.H. Lowe married May Chambers 7/25/1897 in Jack, TX ||Vital Records


W.B. Lowe married Nora Eatherly 9/25/1892 in Jack, TX ||Vital Records


E.M. Lowe married Mrs. Martha A.W. Richardson 1/14/1866 in Jefferson, TX ||Vital Records


M.A. Lowe, Miss married H. C. Ogles 11/19/1872 in Johnson, TX ||Vital Records


David W. Lowe married Charlotte Boyd 12/22/1857 in Lamar, TX ||Vital Records


D.W. Lowe married Martha P. Hunter 11/22/1858 in Lamar, TX ||Vital Records


P.S. Lowe married Artemesia Johnson 1/14/1871 in Lamar, TX ||Vital Records


D.W. Lowe married B. Romans 11/19/1865 in Lamar, TX ||Vital Records


N.E. Lowe married W.P. Vaughan 9/20/1866 in Lamar, TX ||Vital Records


H.A. Lowe married E.E. Church 10/28/1876 in Madison, TX ||Vital Records


Alice Lowe married T.J. Anderson 2/8/1883 in Nacogdoches, TX ||Vital Records


Barney Lowe married Mrs. Pamela Childers 2/2/1843 in Nacogdoches, TX||Vital Records


John F. Lowe married Frances Ann Ford 3/7/1858 in Newton, TX ||Vital Records


Jacob Lowe married Alabama Clampitt 10/08/1858 in Red River, TX ||Vital Records


Martha Ann Lowe married W.D. Jones 12/13/1869 in Red River, TX ||Vital Records


Leela Lowe married Chancey Allen 9/28/1880 in Rockwall, TX ||Vital Records


J.B. Lowe married Mrs. Delana Creech 6/21/1877 in Rockwall, TX ||Vital Records


Rosa L. Lowe married S.T. Jones 11/11/1882 in Rockwall, TX ||Vital Records


J.J. Lowe married Mrs. R.B. Shaw 1/13/1878 in Rockwall, TX ||Vital Records


M.L. Lowe married Miss E.J. Weant 1/11/1882 in Rockwall, TX ||Vital Records


T.J. Lowe married Addie McDowell 7/8/1886 in Rockwall, TX ||Vital Records


Harriett J. Lowe married John W. Johnson 10/17/1861 in Rusk, TX ||Vital Records


James Lowe married Rachel E. Mays 11/12/1857 in Rusk, TX ||Vital Records


Thomas J. Lowe married Miss L.J. Alexander 12/1/1879 in Tarrant, TX ||Vital Records


Jane Lowe married J.R. Blessing 12/2/1876 in Tarrant, TX Note: She apparently died before J.R.’s second marriage of 8/15/1879 ||Vital Records


Sarah F. Lowe married Andrew Bratton 10/17/1876 in Tarrant, TX ||Vital Records


J.T. Lowe married Mollie Field 7/31/1876 in Tarrant, TX ||Vital Records


B.F. Lowe married Miss M.A. Bagland 1/6/1879 in Tarrant, TX ||Vital Records


G.M. Lowe married Miss Willie L. Hand 5/16/1895 in Taylor, TX ||Vital Records


Robert Lowe married Inez Cochran 3/30/1887 in Tom Green, TX ||Vital Records


Frances Lowe married William Grimes 1/3/1884 in Tyler, TX ||Vital Records


Amanda Lowe married Andrew Pullen 3/8/1883 in Tyler, TX ||Vital Records


Jno B. (Stet) Lowe married Jennie Parks 2/23/1881 in Tyler, TX ||Vital Records


S.J. Lowe married Js. P. McQueen 1/9/1885 in Tyler, TX ||Vital Records


Mary Ann Lowe married John McClanahan 1/22/1846 in Victoria, TX ||Vital Records


Fannie Lowe married Simon Young 1/11/1883 in Walker, TX ||Vital Records


Mary J. Lowe married John M. Rountree 5/30/1855 in Walker, TX ||Vital Records


Zelie Lowe married W.L. Emery 12/11/1887 in Wise, TX ||Vital Records


R.L. Lowe married Miss M.A. Wright 4/30/1893 in Wise, TX ||Vital Records


Joseph F. Lowe married Emily Jane Barney 4/16/1850 in Des Moines Co, IOWA ||Vital Records



_____ Low: The following are listed as Congregationalists at the Union Church (Baptist) of Mercer. Year unknown. Photocopies of pages provided from Erik Bittner. Elizabeth Low, Elwin Augustus Low, Ephraim Low, Hannah Low, Henry Low, James Low, James K. Low, Lucy Low, Martha Low. || Unknown work. History of Mercer, ME?, pgs. 236-237.


_____ Low, Widow. Listed in the 1789 Boston City Directory as on Cow-Lane. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 140 (1986), p. 164.


_____ Low, son of William, Jr, fisherman, and Lydia, was born 3-22-1846. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 17.~


_____ Low of Brooksville, ME, Hancock County, Died 11-22-1817. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 104 (1950), p.57.


_____ Low, daughter of Stephen and Alice Low, was born in Warwick, RI 8-22-1737. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 188.~


_____ Low, daughter of David, Jr, shoemaker, and Ann Maria, was born 5-1-1846. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 17.~ _____ Low, daughter of David JR and Ann Maria Low, died 5-1-1846. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.~


_____ Low: The following lineage was listed in an ancestry chart of Diana, Princess of Wales: Seth Low, 1850-1916, Mayor of New York City, President of Columbia University; Abiel Abbot Low & Ellen Almira Dow; Seth Low & Mary Porter; David Low IV & Hannah Haskell; David Low III & Abigail Choate, Nathaniel Haskell & Hannah White; David Low, Jr. & Susanna Low, John White & Lucy Wise; David Low & Mary Lamb (parents of David, Jr), John Wise & Abigail Gardner; Caleb Lamb & Mary Wise, Joseph Wise & Mary Thompson (parents of John & Mary); New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 136 (1982), p. 136.~


_____ Low, buried 3-21-1797, INFANT Child of ___________ [St. Peter’s Episcopal Church Records] || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol V - Deaths, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 409.


_____ Low, buried 9-20-1732, child of __________. [Diary of Benjamin Lynde (printed), Boston, 1880] || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol V - Deaths, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 408.


_____, Low Mrs, 0 males 16+, 0 males-16, 2 females, Chelsea, Suffolk Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 197.


_____ Low, buried 4-28-1786, aged 2 years, 5 months, cough and fits, Child of ________.[St. Peters Episcopal Church Records] || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol V - Deaths, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 409.


_____ Low, Mrs, 0 males 16+, 0 males-16, 3 females, Boston, Suffolk Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P.193.


_____ Low, Mrs, 0 males 16+, 1 males-16, 4 females, Boston?. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 188.


_____ Low, infant child of Thomas and Welthea Low, died 9-24-1841. || Vital Records of Duxbury, Plymouth Co, MA to the year 1850, Duxbury Deaths, p.394.~


_____ Low, Miss , 0 males 16+, 0 males-16, 1 females, Hingham, Suffolk Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 201.


_____ Low, Miss , 0 males 16+, 0 males-16, 2 females, Boston, Suffolk. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 191.


_____ Low, buried 9-20-1732, child of __________. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol V - Deaths, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 408.


_____ Low, Mrs, 0 males 16+, 0 males-16, 2 females, Boston, Suffolk Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 193.


_____ Low, infant son of William died 1-13-1820, "an hour after its birth." church record. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.


 _____ Low, son of Thomas Low Jr and Lucy (Story), died 10-17-1822, aged 3 weeks. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.~


_____ Low, child of Enoch Low (BL: and Elizabeth M. Burnham), died 9-1-1825. Church record. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.~


_____ Low, infant son of Thomas Low, died 12-22-1827. church record. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.


_____ Low, child of William Low, JR (BL: and Lydia) died of Bowel complaint, 6-17-1839, aged 11 months. Church record. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.~


_____ Low, daughter of Enoch Low (BL: and Elizabeth M. Burnham), died 10-30-1832. church record. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.


_____ Low, son of Thomas Low JR and Lucy (Story), died 8-6-1819, aged 1 day. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.~


_____ Low, twin child of Thomas and Welthea Low, died 10-24-1822. || Vital Records of Duxbury, Plymouth Co, MA to the year 1850, Duxbury Deaths, p.394.~


_____ Low, twin child of Thomas and Welthea Low, died 10-24-1822. || Vital Records of Duxbury, Plymouth Co, MA to the year 1850, Duxbury Deaths, p.394.~


______ Low, Capt. Of York. Deceased 9-4-1839 suddenly out part or mostly to Boon Island. Taken in a fit as supposed and died instantly. From record book of Capt. Elisha Goodwin of Eliot Maine who recorded all the deaths he found in Eliot & surrounding towns between 1820-1840. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 97 (1943), p 143.


______ Low was born 6-17-1841, son of --------- [ BL: James W. Low] and Ellen (Richardson) Low. [Diary of Miss Lucy Pickering Stone now in possession of John Robinson]. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 531.~


______ Lowe, daughter of John Lowe, on 10-30-1826, aged 3 yrs - Funeral service (not nec. date of death) was held on this date by Rev. Nathan Parker of the Church of Portsmouth, NH || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.83 (1929), p.34-35.


______ Low, daughter of Job and Eunice Low, on 8-1-1786 was baptised at the First Church of Christ is Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 76 (1922), p.189.


______ Low, married Sarah Wadsworth (1648-). || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, Clarence Almon Torrey, 1985, p. 476-477.


______ Low, son of Jedidiah and Hannah Low, on 8-6-1769 was baptised at the First Church of Christ is Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 76 (1922), p.106.~


______ Low is mentioned in the following context. A letter: Mr. Secretary. Sir: In obedience to His Excellency’s orders to me of April 15, I proportioned the One hundred and seventeen men demanded out of the Regiment under my Command and had them all Inlisted or Imprest at the day. But so it was (as before Observed by you) 18 in Capt. Low’s Company, every one paid the fine. 10 from Capt. David did the like 8 in Capt. Allen’s Company did likewise. Since which they have done all as I apprehend Officers could To hire and many gave given £13-6-8. And now men are not to be procured at any Lay. ¶ The Fishermen when they come in keep hid, or go off to sea so as not to be taken. They are yet in Constant Pursuit and I dont leave them Six days without fresh Orders, and were it to save the Country, I can do no more. ¶ I herewith send a list of the men that have been Inlisted & Impressed and Sent forward also of what is waiting & where...¶ And hope not to be wanting in my utmost Endeavors to forward what is yet behind. I have been in hourly expectation to have sent a Compleat list of the whole that have been Demanded which occasioned my delay. But have been obstructed as above. Which I hope will plead an Excuse for him who with difficulty bears to be Out Strip’t in point of duty, by any officers whatsoever. And is, Sir, your Obedient Humble Servant, Thomas Berry. Ipswich, June 4, 1756, To the Honorable Secretary Willard. || Ipswich In The Massachusetts Bay Colony, Vol II, A History Of The Town From 1700-1917, Thomas Franklin Waters, The Ipswich Historical Society, Ipswich, Mass, 1917, p. 180.~


______ Lowe. Captain, 6th Co., 27th Regt.; list of officers (year not given). || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Wright & Potter Printing Co, 1902, Vol 9, p. 1036.


_______ Lowe. Fife major, Capt. Cushing’s Co., 1st Mass regt.; return for liquor due (year not given). || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Wright & Potter Printing Co, 1902, Vol 9, p. 1036.


Aaron Low, Jr. Private, Capt. David Low’s (3d) Co., Col. Jonathan Cogswell’s regt; return of train band and alarm list, dated 4-30-1778; said Low reported as belonging to the train band. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1021.


Aaron Low, Gloucester, Mass. Private, Capt. Joseph Roby’s Co., Col. Moses Little’s (17th) regt.; muster roll dated Aug. 1, 1775; enlisted June 1-1775; service, 2 mos. 5 days; also, company return (prob. Oct. 1775); age, 20 yrs; alos, order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money dated 12-11-1775. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1021.


Aaron Low, Mass., S29300 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


Aaron T. Low married 5-21-1835 Ann T. Briggs. Intention also recorded. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol III - Marriages, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 617.~ Aaron T. Low was born 11-26-1809. [Harmony Grove Cemetery Record] He was married to Ann T. ? (B: 10-26-1809) || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 530.~


Aaron Low, of Ipswich, married Rachel Knowlton on 2-1-1753. Intention also recorded. || Vital Records of Manchester Massachusetts to the End of Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1903, 194.~ Aaron Lowe, 1 males 16+, 1 males-16, 1 females, Ipswich, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 76.~


Aaron Low mentioned in a will (legacy from John Andrews, Jr.) April 16-1764. Ipswich. || Maine Historical and Genealogical Recorder, Vol IV, 1887, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, 1973, p. 238.~ Aaron Low married Sarah Andrews 3-22-1781 in Ipswich. Sarah, daughter of John Andrews and Mary Emerson, was formerly married to Thomas Emerson of Ipswich. Thomas (b. 2-11-1751/2; died 1-4-1776) married Sarah 3-25-1774. Sarah was baptized at Ipswich 8-25-1751. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 86 (1932), p. 68.~ Aaron Low. Sarah Low, WIDOW, died 12-6-1830, aged 79 yrs. church record. (BL: Wife of Aaron Low) || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.~


Aaron Low died 8-20-1840 (aged 85yrs according to church records). || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 78.~ Aaron Low. His widow, Anna, died 2-23-1822, aged 65 yrs. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.~ Aaron Lowe Jr, 2 males 16+, 4 males-16, 3 females, Ipswich, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 76.~


Abbie Lowe, child of Ephraim and Hannah Lowe of Sanford, ME. Died: 6-22-1862. See “IVORY LOWE” notes. || Biographical Review Vol. XXIX, Containing Life Sketches of Leading Citizens of Somerset, Piscataquis, Hancock, Washington, and Aroostook Counties, Maine. Biographical Review Publishing Co, Boston. 1898. Pgs 522-523.~


Abel Low. His widow, Polly, died 11-4-1806, aged 27 yrs. Old Burial Ground grave stone record. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.


Abiel Abbot Low (Feb. 7, 1811-Jan. 7, 1893), merchant in the China trade, was born in Salem, Mass., one of a family of twelve children of Seth and Mary (Porter) LOW. His ancestors had been natives of Massachusetts, the founder of the American line, Thomas LOW, having settled in Massachusetts Bay in the first half of the seventeenth century. LOW was educated in the public schools and at an early age became a clerk in the house of Joseph Howard & Company, engaged in the South American trade. In 1829 his father removed from Salem to Brooklyn, N.Y., and established himself as an importer of drugs and India wares, and the son worked in his employ for several years. In 1833, at the invitation of a relative, LOW sailed to Canton, China, and became a clerk in the mercantile house of Russell & Company, the largest American firm in China. He soon acquired a thorough knowledge of the intricacies of foreign trade and in 1837 was admitted to the firm. Three years later, desirous of returning home, he engaged in a joint enterprise with a Chinese merchant which remitted both parties a handsome profit and enabled LOW to enter into business in New York on his own account, thus laying the foundations of A. A. Low & Brothers. LOW'S firm very soon gained a prominent position in the trade in China tea and Japanese silk. Celebrated among their fleet of clipper ships were The Houqua, launched in 1844 and named after the Chinese mandarin who had engaged with LOW in the joint enterprise, the speedy Samuel Russell, which gained a reputation for outstripping its rivals with ease, and The Contest and Jacob Bell, both destroyed by Confederate privateers, recovery for which was effected before the Joint High Commission at Geneva. LOW'S economic interests extended beyond the flourishing import business which his firm conducted. He actively participated in financing the first Atlantic cable and together with Collis P. Huntington and others, was associated with the building of the Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad through West Virginia to the Ohio River and in the founding of Newport News, Va., and Huntington, W. Va. ¶ Though an unusually powerful and eloquent speaker, and well equipped for public life, Low seems to have felt no desire to enter politics, in which field his father, in a modest way, and his son, Seth Low [see footnote], more spectacularly engaged. He by no means, however, held himself aloof from civic affairs. During the Civil War he was president of the Union Defense Committee of New York and of other war financing bodies. As president of the New York Chamber of Commerce from 1863 until his resignation in 1866, he voiced the hostility of New York business men to Great Britain's role in relation to the Confederate commerce destroyers (J. B. Bishop, A Chronicle of One Hundred & Fifty Years) The Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York, 1768-1918, 1918, p. 82). On his return to New York in 1867 from a voyage around the world he urged a policy of government subsidies for the American merchant marine (Entertainment Given to Mr. A. A. Low by members of the Chamber of Commerce. Oct. 8,1867, 1867, p. 26). Despite the conciliatory attitude which his son Seth demonstrated throughout his life in dealing with the labor problem. he himself was hostile to labor combinations (Address by A. A. Low...May 3, 1866, 1866, p.9). After the Civil War he gave vigorous expression to the demands of the New York merchants for a resumption of special payments (Centennial Celebration of the Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York, Apr. 6th, 1868, 1868, pp. 21-30). One of his last important public services was in rendering a report as commissioner of charities of Kings County on the bearing of the growth of urban population and unsanitary conditions on the increase of pauperism: Low was married on Mar. 16, 1841, to Ellen Almira, daughter of Josiah Dow of Brooklyn. Following her death, he married, on Feb. 25, 1851, his brother William Henry's widow, Anne, daughter of Mott Bedell. He was a Unitarian in religion and an exceptionally liberal patron of education and welfare work. He died in Brooklyn. ¶ [See Benjamin R. C. Low, Seth row (1925); W. G. Low, Some Recollections for His Children and Grandchildren (1909); A. L. Moffat, "Low General.: The Descendants Of Seth Low and Mary Porter" (1932), a Copy of which is in the Lib. of Cong.; Tribute of the Chamber Of Commerce of the State of NY to the Memory of Abiel Abbott Low (1893); Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Jan. 7, 1893] || Dictionary of American Biography, Vol VI, Larned-Millington, Charles Scribner’s Sons, NY 1933, p. 444.~ Abiel Abbot Low, son of Seth and Mary (Porter) Low. Grandson of David and Hannah (Haskell) Low. Great Grandson of David and Abigail (Choate) Low. Of Brooklyn, NY. Was President of the New York Chamber of Commerce, 1856-63, Founder of A.A. Low, Bros., leading China Trading firm, Treasurer of Committee of Safety in New York, during the Civil War. Born 2-7-1811; married (1st) Ellen A. Low (died 1850) and had issue: Abbott Augustus Low (b. 5-12-1844; married Marian Ward, and died having had issue); Seth Low (twice mayor of Brooklyn 1881, 1885; b. 1-18-1850; married 12-9-1880 to Annie Wroe Scollay, dau. of the Hon. Benjamin Robbins Curtis; and died 9-17-1916); Harriette Low (b. 10-24-1842; died unmarried 1884); and Ellen Low (born 6-30-1846; married 12-9-1869 to Henry Evelyn Peirrepont; and died 1884 leaving issue.) Abiel Abbot Low’s second wife was Anne Davison Low, widow of William Henry Low, and died 1-7-1893. || Burke’s American Families With British Ancestry, Genealogical Pub Co, Baltimore, 1983, p. 2796.~ Abiel Abbot Low was born 2-7-1811, daughter of Seth and Mary (Porter) Low. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 530.~


Abigail Low married William Silvester of Bath, ME, in Boston on 10-20-1804. William Silvester was born 7-18-1764. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 86 (1932), p. 122.~


Abigail Low, daughter of Jeremiah and Sarah, was born 6-10-1764. || Early Vital Records of Plymouth County, MA, Vital Records of Marshfield, Plymouth County, MA., p.118.~


Abigail Lowe, 0 males 16+, 0 males-16, 1 females, Ipswich, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 75.


Abigail Low, daughter of George Low, was baptized 4-5-1767 by the Rev. Haven of the West Church of Boston. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 92 (1938), p. 17.~


Abigail Low married Charles Ranlett (1773-1814, of Augusta, ME). They had son, Charles Augustus Ranlett (B. Augusta, 8-9-1804) who married (Charlestown, 12-2-1830) to Esther Minerva Dodge (B:. 10-10-1809, D: 9-17-1892 at Billerica). || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 84 (1930), p. 447.~


Abigail Low, died October 1812, aged 65. -From a record of deaths in Boston and vicinity || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.79 (1925), p.36.


Abigail Low, daughter of John and Abigail Low, on 10-28-1759 was baptised at the First Church of Christ is Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 76 (1922), p.179.~


Abigail Low, daughter of Jedidiah and Hannah Low, on 8-5-1770 was baptised at the First Church of Christ is Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 76 (1922), p.182.~


Abigail Hale Lowe married Dr. William Hutchins Cutler of Winchedon, New Salem, Ashburnham, and Andover, Mass. Their son was William Jonathan Cutler (b.4-19-1815) who married (4-3-1843) Lucia Conant Washburn (b.3-27-1823 in Bridgewater, MA). || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 90 (1936), p. 171.~


Abigail Low died 2-18-1837, aged 16 yrs. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 78.~


Abigail Low, daughter of John and Abigail Low, on 6-10-1755 was baptised at the Second Church of Berwick, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 74 (1920), p.224.~


Abigail Low, of Essex, aged 25 yrs, born: Essex, int. marriage 7-5-1845 in Rockport, MA to Captain Ebenezer Lowe, a widower, aged 40yrs, shipmaster (son of Ebenezer and Susan Low).[See Ebenezer Lowe] || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p.64.~ Abigail Lowe, aged 25 yrs, daughter of John and Lucy Low, married Capt. Ebenezer Lowe of Rockport, a widower, aged 40 yrs, shipmaster, son of Ebenezer and Susanna Lowe of Rockport, on 8-7-1845. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 46.~


Abigail Low cert marr 9-6-1804 Joseph Hiller Fenno of Boston. Intention also recorded. [marr 9-28-1804 according to North Church records] || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol III - Marriages, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 617.~


Abigail Low, daughter of Nathaniel and Abigail Low, was born 9-29-1769. City Document #43. || Boston Births, Baptisms, Marriages, and Deaths, 1700-1800, William S. Appleton, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1978, p. 319.~


Abigail Lowe was married to Ezra Chase6 (1720-1799). Their son was Nathaniel Lowe Chase5 (1752-1836) who married Lydia Dustin; and begat Ezra Chase4 (1779-1859)of Philadelphia who married Elizabeth Pidgeon; and begat William Frederic Chase3 (1801-1831) who married Anna W. Wiley; and begat Edwin Theodore Chase2 (1823-1886) who married Lucia Tappan Coffin; and begat Joshua Coffin Chase1(B:9-23-1858; D: Winterpark 1-7-1948). || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 102 (1948), p. 146.~ Abigail Lowe married Ezra Chase on 10-13-1743. Intention also recorded. || Vital Records of Newbury Massachusetts to the end of the Year 1849, Vol 2, Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, 1911, p. 300.~


Abigail Low, on 8-28-1733 was received into full communion by the First Church of Christ is Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 76 (1922), p.193.


Abraham Low, 1 males 16+, 1 females. Ashburnham, Worcester Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 211.


Abraham D. Lowe, NY, S13782 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


Abraham Low, son of Asa & Mary Low, on 6-26-1793 was baptised/received into full communion by the First Church of Christ is Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 76 (1922), p.248.~


Abraham T. Lowe had served as a member of the Board of Directors of the Atlantic National Bank, sometime after the Bank's founding in 1828. || Professional and Industrial History of Suffolk County, Mass, Vol II, Boston History Company, 1894, 974.46, d3, p.275. ¶ Abraham T. Lowe was an original Director of the First National Bank of Boston. The First National Bank of Boston was originally organized as a State institution under the name of the Safety Fund Bank, on 1-3-1859, with a capital of $600,000, which in October of the same year was increased to $1,000,000. Abraham T. Lowe was a signer of the Bank's original articles of association. He held 200 (@$100) shares of the 1,737 shares of the capital stock. Abraham was elected the bank's president on 1-3-1859 and served until January 1881. || Professional and Industrial History of Suffolk County, Mass, Vol II, Boston History Company, 1894, 974.46, d3, p.351.~


Abraham Low. Private, Capt. Joseph Bellow’s Co; marched 8-22-1777; travel out and home, 180 miles; service at 20 miles per day, 9 days, with northern army; company marched from Lunenburg on an alarm at Bennington under command of Maj. Ebenezer Bridge, at request of Gen. Stark and Col. Warner, and was discharged by Gen. Lincoln after proceeding 90 miles. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1021.


Abraham Thompson Lowe, M.D., was born in Ashburnham, Mass, 8-15-1796. His parents were Abraham and Charlotte (Hill) Lowe; and the original ancestor of the family in America was John Low or Lowe. Abraham Lowe studied at Dartmouth and graduated M.D. in 1816. He practiced medicine in his native town until 1825, when he came to Boston, and engaged in business as a druggist. In 1828 he formed a connection with Sampson Reed in the wholesale drug trade, and this continued until 1839. Dr. Lowe was not in active business from 1839 to 1859, but he served as a director in banks, and insurance and railroad companies, and for many years was a member of the city government, and of the State Legislature. ¶ In 1859 Dr. Lowe, with others, founded the Safety Fund Bank, now the First National Bank of Boston, and was elected president, which office he held while he lived. A general banking law had recently been enacted by the Massachusetts legislature, under which bank circulation was to be secured by the deposit at the State House of State or City bonds. Dr. Lowe and his associates were among the first to organize under this free banking law; and when, soon after the breaking out of the war of rebellion, the National Banking Law was passed, which superseded all State legislation, so far as related to currency, they were the first to organize under the new system. Mr. Chase, the Secretary of the Treasury, desired that the Merchants Bank of Boston, the largest banking institution in the city, should become the First National Bank here; but, owing to delay on the part of the numerous stockholders in consenting to the change, the honor of doing business under this name was accorded to the enterprising bank which was so prompt to accept the new order of things made necessary by the cost of the war, and which has maintained, from that time to the present, a most enviable reputation for prudence, sagacity and enterprise in successful combination. ¶ In early life, Dr. Lowe compiled two school books, and many years after, a small volume entitled Observations on the Medicinal Agencies of the Vegetable Meteria Medica. He was a man of cultivated literary taste, and occasionally wrote verses which, we believe, were privately printed. He became a life member of the New England Historic Genealogical Society in 1870. He was an active and very useful member of the Christian denomination known as the New Church. He died in his native town, Ashburnham, July 4, 1888, having nearly complete his 92nd year. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 44 (1890), p. 221.~


Abraham Lowe, Mass, Charlotte, W13638 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


Abraham Low, New Jersey, S28797 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


Abraham Low, NY, S13784 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


Abraham C. Low. Descriptive list dated 8-6-1776; Capt. Moses Cantine’s Co., Col. Levi Pawling’s (Ulster Col, N.Y.) Regt., Gen. Clinton’s brigade; age, 18 yrs; stature, 5ft. 9½in; complexion, fair; hair, light; eyes, brown; occupation, carpenter; birthplace, Kingston; enlisted 7-29-1776; marched 8-3-1776; regiment reported as serving as part of Continental Army and stationed near King’s Bridge. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1022.


Abraham Annis Low, son of Job and Eunice Low, on 8-2-1791 was received into full communion/baptised by the First Church of Christ is Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 76 (1922), p.248.~


Ada Marie Lowe11 (Arthur10, Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) Marie Lowe Is Bride Of Quincy Man. Miss Marie Lowe, attractive daughter of Arthur and Mamie (Landess) Lowe of this city, was married at 10:15 Saturday morning to Werner Von Burg, Jr. of Quincy, in a pretty ceremony in the rectory of St. Joseph Catholic church at Palmyra, Mo., Fr. H. J. Farischon officiating. Attending the couple were Miss Betty Lemmon and Elmer Waterkotte of Quincy. ¶ The bride was attired in a blue velvet frock with blue hat and accessories. She carried a bridal bouquet of gardenias. Miss Lemmon wore a pale yellow dress with brown hat and accessories and her bouquet was of pink roses. ¶ Following the ceremony, the bridal party returned to Quincy where a wedding dinner was served Saturday evening at the home of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Werner Von Burg, Sr., 1139 I/2 North Fifth street. The couple have deferred a wedding! trip until a later date, and have taken an apartment in Quincy. ¶ Mrs. Von Burg attended Pittsfield schools, graduating from high school in 1935. She also graduated from Gem City business college in Quincy, going then to the St. Mary hospital school of nursing, where she met her husband. Mr. Von Burg is actively identified with St. John Catholic church affairs in Quincy. He is a member of the St. John dramatic club. He graduated from Quincy high school and is now a shipping clerk with the Hollister-Whitney Elevator ;company of Quincy. ¶ The bride was receiving good wishes of relatives and friends at the Leslie Landess golden wedding anniversary in this city yesterday. She is a grand-daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Landess. || The Pike Press. Undated clipping. Marie and Werner were married 10/21/1939.~


Adaline Low and William Nutter were married 11-27-1841. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 46.~


Addison Low, son of Henry T. and Rachel Low, died 5-20-1845, aged 12 days,in Rockport, MA. He was a premature birth. || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p.103.~ Addison P. Low, son of Henry T. (a freighter) and Rachel Low, was born in Rockport, MA on 5-8-1845. || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 28.~


Adelia Low, of Gloucester, intended marriage to Joseph D. Driver, 9-7-1834. || Vital Records of Manchester Massachusetts to the End of Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1903, 194.~


Adeline Low (a person of color) married Edward Skeen on 10-10-1833 in Boston, service performed by Rev. Daniel Sharp of Charles Street Baptist Church || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 88 (1934), p. 334.


Adella Frances Low. Special Student status at Brown University, RI, from 1893-1894. She did not graduate. Her address was 16 South Angell St., Providence, RI. || Historical Catalogue of Brown University, 1764-1904, Brown University, Providence, RI, 1905, p. 693.


Aderline Low was born 9-21-1819, daughter of Richard and Margeret (Brown) Low [Bible records in the posession of Miss Mary B. Chamberlain] || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 530.~


Albert E. Low married Elizabith Kitfield, 12-2-1834.Intention also recorded. || Vital Records of Manchester Massachusetts to the End of Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1903, 194.~


Albert Taylor Low, son of James and Mary (Taylor) Low, was born in Clinton, ME 1-26-1870. || Unknown source. From a book, page heading “Clinton Marriages”. Provided by Erik Bittner, p. 82~


Albert Everett Low. Changed name FROM Francis Low. Manchester, 3-9-1831. || List of Persons Whose Names Have Been Changed in Massachusetts, 1780-1892, Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, 1972, p. 62.


Albion Low married Elizabeth M. Southwick, 4-23-1848. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 2. Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 170.~


Alexander Low, NJ, S1052 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


Alexander Low. Seaman, brigantine “Tyrannicide,” commanded by Capt. Jonathan Haraden; engaged 1-8-1778; reported deserted 3-26-1778; also, list of men returned as sick in hospital; entered 2-24-1778; discharged 3-21-1778. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1022.


Alice Adeline Low of Quincy was married to Arthur Bryant Whitney. Alice was a board member of the New England Hist. & Gen. Soc. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 94 (1940), p. 140.~


Alice Low of Lyman, ME married 3-2-1815 Thomas Perkins, the 6th of Arundel. Service performed by Elder Henry Smith. Intention of marriage recorded 1-8-1815 (p. 336). Cert. of marriage dated 1-28-1815 (p. 336). Early Vital Records of Lyman, Maine || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 96 (1942), p. 144.~


Alice Low married Jonathan Dexter in Warwick, RI on 12-31-1761. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 80.~


Alice Low, daughter of Josiah and Betsey, (Josiah6: Thomas Low5 and Dorothy Choate, gs: Caleb Low4 & Abigail Varney; David Low3 & Mary Lamb; Thomas Low Jr2 & Martha Boreman) was born 6-27-1842. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 17.~


Almira S. Low (Miss) of Lyman intended marriage 7-12-1848 to Phendus H. Ricker of Waterborough. || Vital Records of Waterborough, Maine, New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 91 (1937), p. 121.~


Almira S. Low of Lyman intended marriage to Phendeus H. Ricker of Waterborough on 7-15-1848. Marr Cert 7-30-1848. Early Vital Records of Lyman, Maine|| New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 97 (1943), p. 230.~


Almon Low of Waterborough intended marriage 9-26-1846 to Miss Abba C. Libby of Scarborough. || Vital Records of Waterborough, Maine, New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 91 (1937), p. 119.~


Alonzo Sylvester Low, son of Darling and Phebe (Rhoads) Low, was born 9-24-1837. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 1. Births, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 214.~


Alpheus Low married 12-27-1821 Temperance Getchel. || Vital Records of Waterborough, Maine, New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 91 (1937), p. 17.~ Alpheas Low of Lyman, ME int. marr 12-8-1821 to Temperance Getchel of Lyman. Cert of marr 12-24-1821. Early Vital Records of Lyman, Maine || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 96 (1942), p. 341.~


Ambrose Low Baptised 3-31-1695 in Hingham, MA. Entry is part of The Hobart Journal. The Hobart Journal spans roughly the first century of the colonial history if Hingham, a settlement on Bear Cove, south of Boston in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. While the first entry records the arrival in Charlestown from England of the Rev. Peter Hobart with his wife and four children, 6-8-1635, there is only one other entry before 1637 which suggests that the latter marks the beginning of the Journal. David Hobart of Hingham continued the Journal after the death of his father (1-20-1679) for another third of a century. The Journal is now in the possession of the Mass. Historical Society. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 121 (1967), p. 282.~


Ambrose Low(e), Hingham, married Feb 1688, Ruth Andrews. || Genealogical Dictionary of New England. James Savage, Genealogical Pub. Co, 1965, Vol III, p. 125.~ Ambrose Low, married 2-22-1687/8 Ruth Andrews (1660-1718). Hingham. || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, Clarence Almon Torrey, 1985, p. 476-477.~ Ambrose Low married Ruth Andrews in February 1688 in Hingham, MA by Rev. Norton || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 2 (1848), p. 255, First Settlers of Hingham, MA.~


Ambrose Low. Hingham, MA. Married Feb. 1688, Ruth Andrews. || Genealogical Guide to the Early Settlers of America. Henry Whittemore, Louis H. Cornish Publisher, NY, p. 334.~


Ambrose Low married Ruth Andruce on 2-22-1687 in Hingham, MA. Entry is part of The Hobart Journal. The Hobart Journal spans roughly the first century of the colonial history if Hingham, a settlement on Bear Cove, south of Boston in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. While the first entry records the arrival in Charlestown from England of the Rev. Peter Hobart with his wife and four children, 6-8-1635, there is only one other entry before 1637 which suggests that the latter marks the beginning of the Journal. David Hobart of Hingham continued the Journal after the death of his father (1-20-1679) for another third of a century. The Journal is now in the possession of the Mass. Historical Society. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 121 (1967), p. 272.~


Ambrose Low (D: 2-4-1749/50) of Hingham was married to Lydia Vickery (Bapt. 11-11-1722; daughter of Isreal and Lydia Burr Vickery). || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 143 (1989), p. 50.~


Amey Low, child of Hooper and Elizabeth Low, was born 4-11-1761 in Warren, RI. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages, and Deaths, A Family Registry For The People, James N. Arnold, Providence, RI, Narragansett Historical Pub. Co, 1894, p. 76.~


Amos Low. Topsfield (also given Ispwich). Private, Capt. Stephen Perkin’s Co., which marched on the alarm of 4-19-1775; service, 2½ days; also, Capt. John Baker’s Co, Col. Moses Little’s (17th) regt.; muster roll dated 8-1-1775; enlisted 5-24-1775; service, 2 mos. 13 days; also, company return (prob. Oct. 1775); age, 21 yrs; enlisted 5-2-1775; also, order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money dated 12-11-1775; also, Private, Capt. Benjamin Adam’s Co, Col. Johnson’s regt; enlisted 8-27-1777; discharged Oct. 30 (also given Nov. 30), 1777; service 2 mos. 5 (also given 2 mos. 3) days, with Northern army. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1022.


Andrew Low. New Haven, Conn. 1639. Married Joan, widow of Henry Peck; died 1670; in his will, dated that year, gave some property to four children of his wife by her former husband, and mentions only, son Andrew. Who was then in England. Anthony, Boston, son of John, a wheelwrigh, removed after 1654 to Warwick; had wife, Frances, and son, John; perhaps other children. He was afterwards at Swansey, his house at Warwick having been burned in March 1676. In July, that year, performed good service for the famous Captain Church. || Genealogical Guide to the Early Settlers of America. Henry Whittemore, Louis H. Cornish Publisher, NY, p. 334.~


Andrew Low, (-1670) married Joan Allen, widow of Henry Peck. New Haven. || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, Clarence Almon Torrey, 1985, p. 476-477.~ Andrew Low(e), New Haven 1639, married Joan, widow of Henry Peck, d. 1670. In his will of that year gave some property to four children of his widow by her former husband and mentioned only son Andrew who was then in England. || Genealogical Dictionary of New England. James Savage, Genealogical Pub. Co, 1965, Vol III, p. 125.~ Andrew Low, (-1670) (had son in England) married unknown wife. New Haven. || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, Clarence Almon Torrey, 1985, p. 476-477.~ Andrew Low, was an inhabitant of New Haven in 1639. || Genealogical Register of the First Settlers of New England, John Farmer, Carter, Andrews, & Co, 1829, p 183.~ Andrew Low of New Haven (New Haven Probate records, vol.1, pt.1, p. 146) dated his Will 4-12-1670 and signed it by a mark. Andrew was married to the widow of Henry Peck (Will dated 10-30-1651, presented in Court 5-2-1654; had children: Joseph, Eliazer, Benjamin, and Elizabeth Peck). Andrew had a son, Andrew. Exact name of mother of child not determined, only know that she had been married to Henry Peck. She and Andrew would have been married prior to 11-3-1663. Inventory of Andrew Low’s estate at time of death was taken June 1670 and amounted to £53.07.00. The Will gave to his wife the house and home lot, but “if she die before my son, Andrew, come or send about it, shee must dispose of it among her children” [if the son come or send before her death or demand it, he shall have it afer her death, but if she be dead and the said house and home lot be disposed of, then they that have it shall pay to the said Andrew Low £5.]. “I give to her sons 20s. apiece and land....and to Elizabeth Pecke a two year old heifer...I doe give to goodman Blakelye....I give to Richard Sperry my leather sute, & to Joseph Pecke a payre of penniston breeches. Wife and Joseph Pecke named executors. To Edward Preston’s son, 20s. To Joseph, Benjamin & Eleazer Pecke. Witnesses: Abram Dickerman, Samuel Miles.” Henry Peck(e) was once married to a Joan _?_ Peck, so she might be the widow Peck that Andrew Low married. I have come across references to Henry Peck elsewhere, so his wife’s name should be somewhere in these notes. Henry Peck’s children: Joseph (Bapt 9-5-1647; D: New Haven 4-15-1720); Benjamin (Bapt. 9-5-1647; D: New Haven March 1730); Eleazer (Perhaps baptized 3-12-1648/9); and Elizabeth (B: 3-16-1649/50; Bapt. 3-24-1649/50) || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 121 (1967), p. 82-83.~


Andrew Low, son of Andrew and Dorcas Low, died 8-25-1816, aged 2 months in Rockport, MA. [Sandy Bay Cemetery stone] || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p.103.~


Ann Maria Low, aged 17 yr, daughter of Warren and Mary Low, married David Low, Jr, aged 23 yrs, shoemaker, son of David and Elizabeth Low, on 4-9-1846. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 46.~


Ann Lowe died 7-10-1857, aged 47-3. She belonged to a Shaker community in Mount Lebanon, NY. Records now kept at the Berkshire Anthenaeum, Pittsfield, MA. See James Jeremiah Lowe. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 115 (1961), p. 132.~


Ann Lowe married 7-15-1773 Thomas Flinn at Christ Church, Boston. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 100 (1946), p. 303.~


Ann Low, Daughter of Samuel Low (b:3-29-1701, D:1749, son of Samuel Low, grandson of Anthony Low and Great-grandson of John Low) and Elizabeth Wilson (B: 10-31-1689). Ann married Joseph Boswirth, Jr. of Rehoboth on 12-10-1743 and had two sons: John Wilson Bosworth and Hooker Bosworth (Suffolk County deeds, vol. Cvii, fol. 35). SEE ELIZABETH WILSON LOW and SAMUEL LOW of Barrington and Warren, RI entries || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 61 (1907), p. 129.~


Ann Low married Joseph Carder, in Warwick, RI 7-25-1724. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 80.~


Ann Low, daughter of David and Sarah Low, was born 4-22-1755. City Document #43. || Boston Births, Baptisms, Marriages, and Deaths, 1700-1800, William S. Appleton, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1978, p. 287.~


Ann T. Lowe, aged 19, daughter of Nathaniel Lowe, married in Rockport, MA on 11-25-1847 to Frederick S. White, aged 25, mariner or quarryman (born North Yarmouth), the son of Robert and Eunice White. Intention also recorded. || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p.64.~


Ann Low int. marr to Joseph Bosworth, Jr 8-6-1743, married 12-10-1743 in Barrington, RI. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages, and Deaths, A Family Registry For The People, James N. Arnold, Providence, RI, Narragansett Historical Pub. Co, 1894, p. 13.~


Ann Low and Simon Davis, on 9-24-1685, in Bristol, RI, were married. || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, 1985, Clarence Almon Torrey, page 208.~Ann Low intended marriage in Bristol, RI to Simeon Davis, 9-24-1685. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages, and Deaths, A Family Registry For The People, James N. Arnold, Providence, RI, Narragansett Historical Pub. Co, 1894, p. 33.~Ann Low married Simeon Davis, 9-24-1685, Bristol, RI || Marriage Records Before 1699, William Clemens, Genealogical Publishing, 1977, p. 145.~


Anna Low married Joshua Kent on 1-15-1771 in Barrington, RI. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages, and Deaths, A Family Registry For The People, James N. Arnold, Providence, RI, Narragansett Historical Pub. Co, 1894, p. 13.~


Anna Lowe (B: 8-17-1798; D:2-8-1864), daughter of Daniel and Charity Lowe, married 10-22-1820 Orsamus Leonard Monroe (B: 6-4-1799, Chenago County, NY; D: 1-28-1877, Freehold Township, Warren Co, PA). They are both buried at the cemetery at Pine Valley, near Columbus, PA. Orsamus was the son of Joseph and Hannah Monroe. Anna and Orsamus had children: 1) Diana (B:11-8-1821; D: 1892; M: 2-15-1847 to John Wilson (son of James and Katherine (Engle) Wilson)); 2) Emily (B: 6-7-1823; D: 11-27-1880; married Chauncey Spencer, son of Isreal and Sally Spencer); 3) Hiram Leonard (B: 1-22-1825, near Lottsville, PA); 4) Maria (B: 1-30-1827; D: 5-12-1903, in Corry, PA; M: 7-30-1848 to Henry L. Rowe, son of Edmund and Rachel (Hayse) Rowe); 5) Cyrus (B: 5-30-1829, near Lottsville, PA); 6) Lovina (B: 1-8-1837; D: 12-1-1896, near Columbus, PA; married Edward Baker) || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 100 (1946), p. 91-92.~


Anna Low married 11-22-1790 Joseph Allen in Lyman, Maine. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 95 (1941), p. 191.~


Anna Barker Low, daughter of Edward and Rachel Low, died in Rockport, MA on 4-27-1773, aged 5 months. [Sandy Bay Cemetery stone] || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p.103.~


Anna Low, died of typhus fever 8-7-1839. church record. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.~


Anne Low married Christopher Greene, in Warwick, RI on 4-24-1803. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 81.~


Anne L. Low, child of Thomas and Welthea, was born 2-18-1833 [Lowe, PR105] || Vital Records of Duxbury, Plymouth, CO, MA to the year 1850, Duxbury births, p. 107.~


Anne Low married Benjamin Greene in Warwick, RI on 9-30-1764. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 80.~


Anne Lowe, 0 males 16+, 0 males-16, 1 females, Ipswich, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 75.


Annie L. Lowe (b.4-4-1864; unmarried), daughter of Edmund Augustus Lowe (died at Canton) and Susan Elizabeth Withington (b. 7-5-1828) || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 75 (1921, p. 261.~


Anstress Low, daughter of Hooper and Elizabeth Low, was born 7-15-1759 in Warren, RI. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages, and Deaths, A Family Registry For The People, James N. Arnold, Providence, RI, Narragansett Historical Pub. Co, 1894, p. 76.~


Anteliza Low, daughter of Stephen, JR and Ruth Low, was born in Warwick, RI 12-23-1805. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 188.~


Anthony Low is listed in the Rhode Island census of 1782 in Warwick, RI. 2 males under 16 yrs; 4 females uner 16 yrs; 1 female 22-50; 1 male over 50; total: 8 persons. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 129 (1975), p. 276.~


Anthony Low (-1693,1692?) Married Frances ______(1632-1702). First child born in 1655. Boston/Warwick, RI Swansea. || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, Clarence Almon Torrey, 1985, p. 476-477.~ Anthony Low. From his Will, dated 8-6-1692 on file in the Bristol County Probate Records. To my loving wife the house she now lives in during her life, and after her decease to my son Samuel Low and his heirs. To my eldest son John Low all my right and title at a Warwick. To my son Samuel my sloop Dulphin which now I am in, my wife & my son Samuel takeing Care to maintain my Daughter Elezabeth Dureing her life. So Refting with Dear love to all my friends this I leave as my last will and Testament. I also bequeath my plantation at Swanzey to my son Simon Davis and all the rest that is mine to my wife and son Samuel as aforesaid. Witnessed by Richard Dean and John James. I certify the above written to be a true copy of the original examined and registered By me Francis Rawle Deputy Reg. Entered July 1, 1693, by John Cary, Reg. ¶ John Low of Warick in the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations do quitclaim unto my brother Samuel Low of Swanzey yeoman all my right to estate that belonged to my honored father Anthony Low deceased, in the town of Swanzey. Dated Nov. 10, 1692, and witnessed by William Brenton, Jerimiah x Osborn and Richard Smith. Entered July 1, 1693 by John Cary Reg. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Bristol County Probate Records, Vol. 62 (1908), p. 181-182.~ Anthony Low(e), Boston, son of John (a wheelright), rem. after 1654 to Warwick, had wife, Frances, and son, John and perhaps other children. He was afterwards of Swansey, when his house had been burned at Warwick in March 1676, and in July after performed good service for the famous capt. Church. || Genealogical Dictionary of New England. James Savage, Genealogical Pub. Co, 1965, Vol III, p. 125.~ Anthony Low. Immigrated from St. Mary Aldermanbury parish in England on the ship “Anne” to Boston, Ma. See John Low || Topographical Dictionary of English Immigrants to New England 1620-1650 by Charles Edward Banks, Southern Book Co., Baltimore, 1957, p. 101.~


Anthony Low, son of Capt. John Low, married Phebe Greene (d. of Phillip) in Warwick, RI on 1-1-1754 by Elder John Gorton. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 80.~


Anthony Lowe. Son of John Low of Boston. See notes of will abstract of John Low. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 30 (1876), p.127-128.~Anthony Low(e), son of John Low of Boston. See Will of John Low of Boston, C. 1653. || Suffolk County Wills, Abstracts of the Earliest Wills Upon Record in the County of Suffolk, MA, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1984, p. 124.~ Anthony Low. (Son of John and Mary (Rhodes) Low, D. 1752) married Mary (D.1746+). Had children: John, Stephen, Anne, and Christian. || One Hundred & Sixty Allied Families, John Osborne Austin, Genealogical Pub., Baltimore, 1977, p. 14.~


Ariel Low, Esq. of Boston. Ariel Low, a life member, admitted to the society (NE Genealogical Society) June 9, 1870, was born in Essex, Mass, 9-29-1803, and died in Boston, 1-5-1886. His father was William Low, born in Essex, Mass, 4-19-1781 and died 12-29-1866, and his mother was Polly Giddings, born in Essex 1-10-1781 and died 2-19-1867. ¶ Ariel Low was a descendant in the 7th generation from Thomas Low, who settled at Ipswich, Mass as early as 1644, and died there 9-8-1677; through Thomas (2nd gen) (who died 4-12-1712, aged 80) by wife Martha, daughter of Thomas and Margaret Boreman; David (3rd gen) (born 8-14-1667 and died 6-2-1746) by wife Mary, daughter of Caleb and Mary Lamb; Caleb (4th gen), by wife Abigail, daughter of Thomas and Abigail Varney; William (5th gen) (born 5-27-1754) by wife Sarah Proctor; and William (6th gen), his father above named. ¶ As a boy under ten years of age, he attended school at what was known as the Old North School of Essex. After that he was for some time under the care of Rev. Dr. William Cogswell, a graduate of Dartmouth 1811, afterwards secretary of the American Education Society, and the first editor of the Register. At the age of sixteen he left his home to seek his fortunes. In 1836 he came to Boston and was employed for four years in the firm of mcConnell & Avery. In 1841 he went to New York and was employed one year by Mr. Loring Andrews, who then took him into partnership. He did not get rich here, but was surrounded by good influences, and was acquiring valuable business experience. He then returned to Boston and became a partner with his brother Gilman S. Low, in the hide and leather business, in which connection he remained till 1852. ¶ Then he went into the wholesale hide and leather business for himself, his place of business being 20 Blackstone Street. The crises of 1857 tried him severely, but he passed through it without failure. In 1856 John G. Cary was taken in as a partner. In 1862 Charles W. Hersey became a member of the firm, and later J. H. Merrill, and the firm name became Low, Hersey & Co. In July 1865, the business was removed to Congress Street, and afterwards to its present locality in High Street. These later years were prosperous and successful. Mr. Low retired from active participation in the business in 1833. ¶ He was a man calm in his judgements, not easily moved by passion or prejudice, and one eminently to be trusted. He leaves a widow and five children. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Necrology of Historic Genealogical Society, Vol 41 (1887), p. 232.~ Aziel Lowe [Ariel of Danvers, int.] married 1-9-1833 Lucinda C. Dame. Intention also recorded. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol III - Marriages, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 618.~


Ariel Low, of Danvers, married Martha D. Procter on 4-3-1831. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 46.~ Ariel Low. His widow, Martha Proctor Low, died of fever at Danvers, 10-28-1831, aged 22 yrs. church record. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.~ Ariel Low intended marriage to Martha D. Proctor of Essex 3-12-1831. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 2. Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 170.~ Ariel Low intended marriage to Lucinda C. Dame of Salem on 12-21-1832. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 2. Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 170.~


Arlon Wells Low, son of John B. and Jennie (Wells), was born in Clinton, ME 2-10-1888. || Unknown source. From a book, page heading “Clinton Marriages”. Provided by Erik Bittner, p. 82~


Arthur Low (1660-1690) married _______. || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, Clarence Almon Torrey, 1985, p. 476-477.~


Arthur Low(e), Marshfield, son of John of the same, married 1714 to Elizabeth, perhaps daughter of Daniel Crooker, had Hannah (born 1717), Elizabeth (b. 1720), and Jeremiah (b. 1735). || Genealogical Dictionary of New England. James Savage, Genealogical Pub. Co, 1965, Vol III, p. 125.~


Arthur Bingham Lowe10 (Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) Arthur Lowe A false rumor was circulated twenty years ago to the effect that Arthur Lowe, a farmer living west of town at that time had died with heat prostration. Relatives and friends hurried to the Lowe home. Arthur was working out in the field and when he saw all the cars in the barn yard he hurried to the house to see what was the matter. When his brother Forrest heard the story he became ill and was confined in bed several days. That afternoon a man had become ill near the Lowe home, and came to town to receive medical attention, and it was thought the rumor grew out of this. || The Pike Press. Undated Clipping. 1950.~


Arthur Low married Elizabeth Crooker 1-24-1716 Marshfield, Mass. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register~


Arthur Moore Lowe, of Cambridge, was married to Clara Goewey. Clara was an elected member of the New England Historical and Genea. Soc. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 100 (1946), p. 112.~


Arthur Low, “Cen” was included in the muster roll of Col. John Wheelwright & Co. from 8-22-1722 through 11-27-1722. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 48, p.287.


Arthur Low married Elizabeth Crooker 1-24-1716/17. || Early Vital Records of Plymouth County, MA, Vital Records of Marshfield, Plymouth County, MA., p.31.~


Arthur Low, son of John Low was born 11-1-1665 || Early Vital Records of Plymouth County, MA, Vital Records of Marshfield, Plymouth County, MA., p.3.~


Arthur Bingham Lowe10 (Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) Large Crowd Attends Lowe Anniversary. An exceptionally large crowd of relatives and friends were present Sunday afternoon at Orr Hall at the Methodist church, to extend congratulations and best wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lowe in observance of their golden wedding anniversary. Mrs. Lowe was the former Mayme Landess, and they were married on Christmas eve, in 1913, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Landess in the Sunny Hill community. ¶ Rev. Walter Turney, pastor of the United Brethren church performed the ceremony. Their attendants were Mrs. Lowe's sister, Ada Landess and Elmer Rhodes, who were later married, and were here for the anniversary Mrs. Otis Hesley played the wedding march. They did not take a wedding trip, but started housekeeping immediately in the Sunny Hill neighborhood, they lived on the farm until about 17 years ago when they moved to Pittsfield. ¶ The Lowes have three sons and one daughter: Hayward, Wayne and Warren of Pittsfield, and Mrs. Marie Von Burg, Jr., of Ursa. They have 20 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. The anniversary was an especially happy occasion as all their children and grandchildren except one were present. Sunday evening the family enjoyed a carry-in dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs Warren Lowe. ¶ Guests were served from a beautifully appointed table Centered with a bouquet of yellow mums and gold candles. Mrs. Elizabeth Fudge baked and decorated a most artistic cake which was served with punch, nuts and candies. Assisting with the serving were members of the WSCS. Sue and Bill Lowe were in charge of the guest book, and gifts were cared for by Mrs. Wayne Gilliland and Paula Lowe. Rev. Walter Theobald pleased everyone by singing "I Love You Truly." ¶ Mr. and Mrs. Lowe are quite active in affairs at the Methodist church. For a number of years he has helped decorate the church for Christmas and this year was no exception. Last year when the parking lot was being cleared Mr. Lowe worked every day, and is always ready to lend a hand when needed. Their many friends were happy to share this pleasant occasion with them. ¶ Among those who were here from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lowe, North Brook; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Martin, Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lathrop, La Prairie; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Robinson, Bowling Green, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Foote, Nebo; Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Riley, Mrs. Dorothy Sneeden, Ottawa, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Cook, Aurora, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Rhodes and family, Overland, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Rhodes, Wheaton; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lassen, Oak Park, Miss Linda Allen, Mendon,. Mr. and Mrs Stuart Landess, Jr.. and family, Quincy; Mr. and Mrs. Werner Von Burg, and family, Ursa. || The Pike Press. Undated clipping. Uncle Art and Aunt Mayme’s Golden Wedding Anniversary was 12/24/1973.~ Arthur Bingham Lowe10 (Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) Mayme Lowe. Mrs Mayme E. Lowe, 95, a member of the First United Methodist Church of Pittsfield, died Monday, Jan. 30, 1989 in the Pittsfield Nursing Center. ¶ Born Nov. 24, 1893 near Pittsfield, she was a daughter of Leslie P. and Lydia Hoos Landess. She married Arthur Lowe Dec. 24, 1913 in her parents' home near Pittsfield. He died June 20, 1974. ¶ Mrs Lowe was a member of the United Methodist Women of her church and the Gleaners Sunday School class. She was a member of the WCTU and the Pike County Homemakers Extension. ¶ Survivors include two sons, Hayward and Wayne, both of Pittsfield; a daughter, Mrs Marie VonBurg of Ursa; two sisters, Mrs Vera Hayden and Mrs Ada Rhoades, both of Pittsfield; 19 grandchildren; 49 greatgrandchildren and nine great-greatgrandchildren. She also was preceded in death by a son, Warren, three grandchildren and a brother, Stuart. ¶ Services were conducted at 2 p.m. Thursday in the First United Methodist Church by the Rev Prosper. Tournear. Burial was in the Pittsfield West Cemetery. ¶ Niebur Funeral Home handled arrangements. Memorials may be made to the First United Methodist Church of Pittsfield. || The Pike Press, Wednesday, February 8, 1989.~ Arthur Bingham Lowe10 (Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). Obituary: “ARTHUR LOWE. Arthur B. Lowe, 82-year-old Pike County retired farmer, died Thursday, June 20, 1974 at his home. ¶ Mr. Lowe was born March 18, 1892 in Pike County, a son of Bingham and Mary Colver (BL: Error. ‘Culver’) Lowe. He married Mayme Landess December 24, 1913. She survives with these children: Hayward, Wayne, and Warren of Pittsfield, and Mrs. Marie Von Burg of Ursa. Nineteen grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren survive. ¶ Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Sunday at the First United Methodist church, of which Mr. Lowe was a member, with the Rev. William Jones officiating. Burial was in the Pittsfield West cemetery. Plattner Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.” || The Pike Press, Pittsfield, IL, Wednesday, June 26, 1974.~


Arthur Low. Marshfield, MA. Son of John Low of Marshfield. Married in 1714 to Elizabeth, perhaps daughter of Daniel Crooker, had Hannah, 1717; Elizabeth, 1720; and Jeremiah, 1735. || Genealogical Guide to the Early Settlers of America. Henry Whittemore, Louis H. Cornish Publisher, NY, p. 334.~


Asa Low. Rowley. Private, Capt. Whipple’s Co, Col. Rufus Putnam’s (5th) regt; Continental Army pay accounts for service from 5-3-1777, to 12-31-1779; residence, Rowley; credited to town of Rowley; term 3 years. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1022.


Asa Low, son of Asa and Mary Low, on 8-20-1780 was baptised at the First Church of Christ is Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 76 (1922), p.112.~


Asa Low. Private, Capt. Joseph Hodgkin’s Co., Col. Timothy Bigleow’s regt; muster roll for Jan - Aug 1777, dated Van Schaick’s Island and sworn to at Camp near half Moon; enlisted 5-19-1777; enlistment, 8 months. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1022.


Asa Low, Mass, S44521 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


Asa Low, son of David and Sarah Low, was baptised 8-23-1756 at 1st Church of Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.75 (1921), p.312.~


Asa Low married Salley Brown of Rowley on 1-1-1793. Intention also recorded. || Vital Records of Newbury Massachusetts to the end of the Year 1849, Vol 2, Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, 1911, p. 299.~


Asa Low died 6-12-1840, aged 37 old Burial Ground gravestone record. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.


Asa Low, son of Greenleaf Low, married Harriet L. Spooner (B:12-3-1857) on 12-3-1876 || Records of William Spooner of Plymouth Mass and His Descendants. Vol 1., Thomas Spooner, Cincinatti, 1883, p. 364.~


Asa Low (1761-1839) enlisted at the age of 16 in Captain Whipple’s company, Col. Rufus Putnam’s regiment, and served several enlistments under different commands. He was born in Essex County, Mass and died in Warren, NH. || Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Book, National Society of the DAR, Washington, DC, Vol. 53, p. 33.~


Asa Low. Private, Capt. John Dodge’s Co, Col. Pickering’s regt; marched 12-16-1776; discharged 3-15-1777; service, 3 mos 17 days, including 17 days (340 miles) travel home; also, company receipt for mileage home, given to Capt. John Dodge, dated Springfield, 3-16-1777; also, company receipt for wages, given to Capt. John Dodge, dated Camp Winter Hill, 6-21-1778; said Low allowed wages for 23 days service in April, and the month of May, 1778; also, Capt. John Dodge’s Co, Col. Jacob Gerrish’s regt of guards; service from 4-1-1778, to July -, 1778, 2 mos. 27 days. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1022.


Asa Low married 3-28-1839 Lucy Ann Jackson, both of Boston. [Tabernacle Church Record] || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol III - Marriages, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 617.~


Asa Low and Mary Eliza Prindal married 4-22-1838. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 46.~


Asa Lowe. Private, Capt. Job Whipple’s Co., Col. Rufus Putnam’s (4th) regt.; Continental Army pay accounts for service from 1-1-1780, to 5-3-1780; term, 3 years. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Wright & Potter Printing Co, 1902, Vol 9, p. 1036.


Asa Low. Private, Capt. Daniel Gidding’s Co, Col. Joseph Foster’s reft; enlisted 1-29-1776; discharged 11-18-1776; service, 9 mos, 21 days; company stationed at Gloucester for defense of seacoast; also, Capt. David Low’s (3rd) Co, Col. Jonathan Cogswell’s (3d Essex Co) regt; return of train band and alarm list, dated 4-30-1778; said Low reported as belonging to the train band; also, same co. and regt; return for equipments, dated 8-21-1778. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1022.


Asenath Low, daughter of David Low, Jr, shoemaker, and Ann Maria, was born 10-26-1847. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 17.~


Augusta Ellen Low, daughter of Darling, stone layer, and Phebe (Rhoads), was born 10-28-1846. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 1. Births, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 214.~


Augustus G. Lowe, on 4-28-1815, aged 22 yrs (consumption) - Funeral service (not nec. date of death) was held on this date by Rev. Nathan Parker of the Church of Portsmouth, NH || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.83 (1929), p.34-35.~


Azubah Low married at Bath, ME 12-26-1819 to Jeremiah5 Pattee (Samuel4, Jeremiah3, Benjamin2, Peter1)(B: 3-27-1783). See Mary Low for Pattee connection. Other siblings of Jeremiah: Susanna(B: 5-28-1785); Samuel (B:6-16-1786); Sally (B:7-2-1788); William Sewall (B:11-5-1790); Nancy (B:7-1-1794); Rachel McCobb (B:8-20-1795); Elizabeth (B:5-25-1797); Benjamin (B:8-1-1792). Jeremiah’s mother was Sarah Sewall who married Samuel Pattee in Georgetwon 12-3-1782. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 147 (1993), p. 185.~


Barbara Low married Thomas Greene, Jr, in Warwick, RI on 8-12-1790. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 80.~


Barbara Low married Nathan Rice in Warwick, RI on 8-20-1769. || Vital Record of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 80.~


Barbara Joanne Lowe11 (Forrest10, Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) Barbara Lowe's Engagement Told. Mrs. Joanne Lowe of Pittsfield, IL., and Tucson, has announced the engagement of her daughter, Barbara, to Mr. Richard Holley, son of Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Holley of Martins Ferry, Ohio. ¶ No date has been set for the wedding. ¶ Miss Lowe attended Pittsfield and Tucson schools. She is a graduate of Tucson high school. At present she is attending the University of Arizona. ¶ Mr. Holley attended schools in Martins Ferry and Ohio University, where he was affiliated with Phi Kappa Tau, social fraternity. He also attended the University of Arizona and is a member of the Stray Greeks fraternity. || Undated clipping. Prob. from the Tucson Citizen. Mother and Father had two services (Catholic and civil) in May 1949.~


Bazaleel Low, Cont. Mass, S37185 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


Bazel (Basil) Low(e), MD, Trecy, W9136; BLWt. 2252 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


Benaiah Low, son of Job and Sarah Low, was baptised 3-4-1749 at 1st Church of Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.75 (1921), p.114.~


Montgomery, James: ME Church records, Pittsfield, Pike County, Illinois; North of Time pre-1860 membership entry


Jones, James L.: Methodist Church records, Pittsfield, Pike County, Illinois; North of Time pre-1860 membership entry


Benaiah Low. Private, Lieut. Joseph McLellan’s Co; detached 12-6-1780; discharged 1-2-1781; service 27 days, at the Eastward; company detached from Col. Joseph Prime’s regt by order of Gen. Wadsworth to serve out the balance of their 8 months term of enlistment. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1023.


Benaiah Low. Falmouth. List of men raised to serve in the Continental Army from Col. Peter Noyes’s (1st Cumberland Co) regt; residence, Falmouth; engaged for town of Falmouth; joined Capt. Skillen’s co. Col. Francis’s regt; term, 3 years; also, Private, Capt. Clark’s co, Col. Benjamin Tupper’s regt; Continental Army pay accounts for service from 1-28-1777 to 12-31-1779; also, Capt. John Skillin’s Co, Col. Ebenezer Francis’s regt; subsistence allowed from date of enlistment 1-21-1777, to time of arrival at Bennington; credited with 59 days allowance; also, Capt. Samuel Thomes’s Co Col. Benjamin Tupper’s regt; return dated 1-26-1778; mustered by Maj. Ilsley, County Muster Master, and Col. Varrick, Continental Muster Master; also, Colonel’s Co, Col. Tupper’s regt; muster roll for March 1779, dated West Point, 4-5-1779; enlisted 1-28-1777; reported furloughed by Gen. Paterson 3-3-1779, for 70 days; also, Sergeant, Colonel’s Co, Col. Tupper’s regt; Continental Army pay accounts for service from 1-1-1780 to 1-28-1780; reported discharged. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1022.


Benaiah Low, MA. R: Falmouth; died at sea 1791; married Elizabeth, r: Standish 1835; Mass; 4S || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War- Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 492.


Benaiah Low, MA. Lt. Mclellan’s Co. Ls. || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War- Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 492.


Beniah Low, of Portland, ME, enlisted Portland, died at sea 11-20-1791, widow: Elizabeth of Standish, M Lowell. || Soldiers of the American Revolution - Maine. Compiled by Charles J. House, Genealogical Publishing, Baltimore, 1967, p. 35.


Benjamin Low married 7-25-1748/9 Elenor Berrey at Christ Church, Boston. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 100 (1946), p. 298.~


Benjamin Lowe, son of Ephraim and Hannah Lowe of Sanford, ME. ONE OF TWO OF THIS COUPLE’S SONS THAT THEY NAMED BENJAMIN. Died in Stark, ME in 1833, aged 17 months. See “IVORY LOWE” notes. || Biographical Review Vol. XXIX, Containing Life Sketches of Leading Citizens of Somerset, Piscataquis, Hancock, Washington, and Aroostook Counties, Maine. Biographical Review Publishing Co, Boston. 1898. Pgs 522-523.~


Benjamin Low. Mentioned in the following context: " Feb. 28th 1696. A rate was made for payment of building and finishing the west end meeting house and ministry house. The expense was £22 3s in money and £218, 18s, and 2pence in pay. This was due from sixty-four persons...including Benjamin Low. ||Sketch of the History of Newbury, Newburyport and West Newbury, Joshua Coffin, Peter E. Randall, Sons and Daughters of the First Settlers of Newbury, Mass, 1977, p. 164.


Benjamin Lowe, son of Ephriam and Hannah Lowe of Sanford, ME. ONE OF TWO OF THIS COUPLE’S SONS THAT THEY NAMED BENJAMIN. At the time of the source material, 1898, he resided in Oakland, CA and was a leader among the Spiritualists of that locality. See “IVORY LOWE” notes. || Biographical Review Vol. XXIX, Containing Life Sketches of Leading Citizens of Somerset, Piscataquis, Hancock, Washington, and Aroostook Counties, Maine. Biographical Review Publishing Co, Boston. 1898. Pgs 522-523.~


Bennett Low, died 1-7-1853, aged 87 yrs, 11 months, 27 days, in Warwick, RI. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 188.~


Berger Lowe married c. 1830 Hannah Randolph. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 99 (1945), p. 336.~


Bernard C. Lowe, son of Bernard, spinner, and Catherine (Greene) Lowe, both of Ireland, was born 8-22-1849. || Vital Records of Lawrence Massachussetts to the End of The Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1926, p. 33. Edward Daniel Lowe, son of Bernard and Catherine (Greene) Lowe, was born 11-24-1847. || Vital Records of Lawrence Massachussetts to the End of The Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1926, p. 33. THESE ARE NOT RELATIVES.


Bertha Rebecca Low. (BL: I have no idea who this is.....) Obituary: “Bertha Rebecca Low of Quincy, Washington, passed away Friday, November 6th, at a Wenatchee, Wash. Hospital after a long illness. Interment was in Wenatchee. ¶ Mrs. Low was a granddaughter of the late James Harlow of Bedford, Ill.” || The Pike Press, Pittsfield, IL, November 25, 1970.


Betsey Low, WIDOW, daughter of Amos Burnham, died of consumption 9-24-1846, aged 82 yrs, 2m. 9d. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.


Betsey Low was born 10-25-1794, daughter of Daniel and Mary (Luscomb) Low. [Bible records in the possession of Miss Mary B. Chamberlain] || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 530.~


Betsey Emeline Low, daughter of Darling and Phebe (Rhoads) Low, was born at Salem 5-5-1834. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 1. Births, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 214.~


Betsy Low, widow of James Low. Died 8-18-1858 aged 85 years, 4 months. The first female white child born in Clinton, ME, GR.8. || Provided by Eric Bittner. Unknown source. Page heading “Clinton Deaths”, page 337.~


Betsy Low of Lyman, Maine married 4-1-1811 Samuel Boothby of Wells, ME. Intention of marr. recorded 3-16-1811. Early Vital Records of Lyman, Maine || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 96 (1942), p. 147.~


Betty Low, daughter of Arthur Low and wife Elizabeth was born 7-24-1720. || Early Vital Records of Plymouth County, MA, Vital Records of Marshfield, Plymouth County, MA., p.30:150.~


Bezaled Low. Listed as a Revolutionary Soldier of York County, ME. Bezaled Low, aged 66, of Shapleigh, July 19, 1820. Private in Capt. Wadkin’s Co., Col. Phinney’s Regt., Mass Line. Original declaration made 4-8-1818. Pension no. 5,837. Affirmed. Family: Judah, wife, aged 63; Sarah, daughter, aged 20. (402) || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.65 (1911), p.255.~Bezaleel Low. Cont, MA. R: Scarborough; b: 1754; R: Shapleigh 1818; d: Wellington 1837; married Juda; l(S37185); 1S; 3S; 5S; CL-43; MOCA || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War- Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 492.~Bezaleel Low, Scarborough. Capt. John Rice’s Co; billeting allowed from date of enlistment, 5-8-1775, to date of marching from Scarborough to headquarters, 7-4-1775; credited with 57 days allowance; alos, Private, Capt. John Rice’s Co, Col, Edmund Phinney’s (31st) regt; company return dated 9-29-1775; also, Capt. Nathan Watkin’s co, Col. Edmund Phinney’s regt; muster roll dated Garrison at Fort George, 12-8-1776; enlisted 1-1-1776; also, Corporal, Capt. James Littlefield’s Co, (late) Col. Storer’s regt; enlisted 8-14-1777; discharged 11-30-1777; service, 123 days, with Northern army, including 15 days (300 miles) travel home; company discharged at Queman’s Heights. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1023.~


Bingham James Lowe3 :[James2, James1] Bingham J. Lowe, a lifelong resident of this community, passed away at his home northeast of this city on last Saturday afternoon at 4 o’clock. Mr. Lowe had been in declining health for the past two or three years but during most of the time was able to be up and about the house. At various times he suffered attacks of heart trouble but these were of brief duration. His son, Arthur Lowe, and family had lived with him since the death of his wife several years ago. On Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Lowe and their children came to town, where the children were to undergo operations for the removal of their tonsils. Sometime during the afternoon, the elder Mr. Lowe noticed that his hogs were out and went out to drive them into a lot. Within a short time after leaving the house he complained of a pain in his chest, and re-entered the house to lie down until he became better. He grew steadily worse, and his sons, Arthur, Edward and Lee, were notified of his condition, and with Dr. R.O. Smith arrived within a short time. He died within ten minutes after they came. Two of his grandsons, the sons of Edward Lowe, had also undergone operations for the removal of their tonsils, and it is believed that he was worried and somewhat nervous over the outcome of the operations of his four grandchildren. ¶ Mr. Lowe was born on a farm near his present home on August 27, 1863, and was aged 68 years, 5 months and 27 days. He was a son of Mr. and Mrs. James Lowe, who were among the pioneer settlers of this community. Early in life he was united in marriage to Miss Mary Culver and twelve children were born of this union. His wife and three children preceded him in death and he is survived by nine children, as follows: Arthur, Lee, Edward and Mrs. Edward Klemme of Pittsfield; Mrs. Allen Roads and Doss Lowe of Aurora, Nebraska, Paul and Forrest of Chicago; and Frank Lowe of Williston, N.D. There is one brother, James Lowe of this city. Mr. Lowe had been a farmer and orchardist practically all his life. ¶ He was a sincere Christian man, a good neighbor and was highly regarded and revered by a multitude of friends. He had few enemies and was a man of good deeds. He will be missed in his home and in the community in which he has lived so long. ¶ Funeral services in charge o f Rev. Amos Rigney of Baylis and Rev. Barr of the Maysville church will be held at Sunny Hill Church at 2:30 o’clock this afternoon. Internment will be in the West Cemetery. || From an undated clipping from the Pike County Press of Pittsfield, Illinois.~


Bingham James Low(e)9 (James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). Obituary: “DEATH OF BINGHAM J. LOWE. Bingham J. Lowe, a lifelong resident of this community, passed away at his home northeast of this city on last Saturday afternoon at 4 o’clock. Mr. Lowe had been in declining health for the past two or three years but during most of the time was able to be up and about the house. At various times he suffered attacks of heart trouble but these were of brief duration. His son, Arthur Lowe, and family had lived with him since the death of his wife several years ago. ¶ On Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Lowe and their children came to town, where the children were to undergo operations for the removal of their tonsils. Sometime during the afternoon, the elder Mr. Lowe noticed that his hogs were out and went out to drive them into a lot. Within a short time after leaving the house he complained of a pain in his chest, and re-entered the house to lie down until he became better. He grew steadily worse, and his sons, Arthur, Edward and Lee, were notified of his condition, and with Dr. R. O. Smith arrived within a short time. He died within ten minutes after they came. Two of his grandsons, the sons of Edward Lowe, had also undergone operations for the removal of their tonsils, and it is believed that he was worried and somewhat nervous over the outcome of the operations of his four grandchildren. ¶ Mr. Lowe was born on a farm near his present home on August 27, 1863, and was aged 68 years, 5 months and 27 days. He was a son of Mr. and Mrs. James Lowe (BL: Error. ‘Low’), who were among the pioneer settlers of this community. Early in life he was united in marriage to Miss Mary Culver and twelve children were born of this union. His wife and three children preceded him in death and he is survived by nine children as follows: Arthur, Lee, Edward and Mrs. Edward Klemme of Pittsfield; Mrs. Allen Roads (BL: Error. ‘Rhodes’) and Doss Lowe of Aurora, Nebraska; Paul and Forrest Lowe of Chicago; and Frank Lowe of Williston, N.D. There is one brother, James Lowe (BL: Error. ‘Low’) of this city. Mr. Lowe had been a farmer and orchardist practically all his life. ¶ He was a sincere, Christian man, a good neighbor and was highly regarded and revered by a multitude of friends. He had few enemies and was a man of good deeds. He will be missed in his home and in the community in which he has lived so long. ¶ Funeral services in charge of Rev. Amos Rigney of Baylis and Rev. Barr of the Maysville church will be held at Sunny Hill church at 2:30 o’clock this afternoon. Interment will be in the West cemetery.” || The Pike County Republican, Pittsfield, IL, Wednesday, February 14, 1923. ~ Bingham9 James Lowe (James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). Obituary: “BINGHAM LOWE PASSES AWAY SUDDENLY, SATURDAY. Friends and neighbors were shocked and grieved to learn last Saturday that Mr. Bingham Lowe, of the Sunny Hill neighborhood, had suddenly passed away, without having been ill but a few moments. Mr. Lowe makes his home with his son, Arthur and family at the old Lowe homestead near the Sunny Hill church, and on Saturday was at home alone with a neighbor boy, who was helping with the chores. Mr. Lowe’s son, Arthur and the family were spending the day in this city, where their three children were having their tonsils removed by Dr. J. E. Miller. While feeding the hogs, Mr. Lowe complained of being very cold and told the boy he must get to the house as his heart was not acting right. He was helped to the house by the young man, who then called Mr. Lowe’s son, Arthur and told him to bring a physician. Arthur and Dr. Smith left at once for the Lowe home and found Mr. Lowe in a critical state from heart trouble, his death following in less than ten minutes from their arrival. ¶ Funeral services will be held from the Sunny Hill U.B. church [BL: United Brethern. The church on James and Bingham’s Sunny Hill property] this afternoon at two o’clock, with Rev. Rigney and Rev. Barre, officiating, and interment will be made in the West cemetery. ¶ Mr. Lowe is survived by nine children, all of whom were present at the funeral and burial yesterday. They are: Doss Lowe, Mrs. Allen Rhodes, both of Aurora, Nebraska; Frank Lowe of Williston, North Dakota; Paul and Forrest Lowe of Chicago; Arthur, Lee and Ed Lowe of Pittsfield, and Mrs. Lenna Klemme, of Pittsfield. ¶ Mr. Lowe was married many years ago to Mary Culver, who preceded him in death about ten years. They were the parents of twelve children, three of whom have passed away. Mr. Lowe was a fine citizen, a steadfast friend and neighbor and loving father who will be sadly missed.” || The Pike County Democrat, Pittsfield, IL, Wednesday, February 14, 1923. ~ Bingham9 James Lowe (James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). Wife: Mary D. Culver - Obituary: “MARY CULVER LOWE. Mary D. Culver, daughter of Benjamin Culver, was born in Boone County, Illinois, Sept. 16, 1853, and passed away at her home near Sunny Hill Church, April 13, after a several months’ illness. She was 61 years of age and was one of a family of eight children, all of whom have gone before. ¶ Her girlhood was passed at Independence, where she united with the church, later bringing her membership to the U.B. church at Sunny Hill, near which she lived. She was married to Bingham J. Lowe, Feb. 8, 1872, to which union were born twelve children. Her husband nine children and eighteen grand-children survive her, two children having died in infancy and one at the age of 20 years. The nine children, eight of whom are married, are Frank M., Charles D., Edgar, Mrs. Pearl Rhodes, Leland, Mrs. Lenna Klemme, Arthur B., Paul E., who with their families live in Newburg and Pittsfield townships, and Forest (BL: Forrest) H. at home. ¶ Funeral services were held Friday at Sunny Hill church, Rev. Hamilton officiating: Interment in Pittsfield West cemetery.” || Pike County Democrat, Pittsfield, IL, Wednesday, April 21, 1915. ~


Bingham Bruce Lowe12 (Earl Wayne11, Arthur10, Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) Two Pittsfield men killed in accident. PITTSFIELD, Ill. — One man was killed and another fatally injured in an automobile accident Sunday (Feb. 14, 1971) at l :25 a. m one-fourth mile north of here on Route 107. ¶ Robert W. Browning, 23, Pittsfield Route 2, was pronounced dead at Illini Community Hospital in Pittsfield at 2:34 a. m. Bingham B. Lowe, 24, Pittsfield Route 2, a passenger in the Browning , auto, was transferred from Illini to St. Mary Hospital in Quincy, where he died at 4:10 p. m. Sunday (Feb. 14, 1971) from multiple injuries to the head, chest and legs. ¶ Police said Browning was driving south on Route 107 when he apparently lost control of his auto on a curve and crossed the median line, left the road and struck a fence. The car came to rest against a fence post. ¶ Services for Bingham Bruce Lowe will be held Wednesday at 11 a. m. in Plattner Funeral Chapel in Pittsfield. The Rev. William C. Jones will officiate. Burial will be in Pittsfield West Cemetery. ¶ Mr. Lowe was born in Pittsfield, Feb. 2, 1947, a son of Wayne and Kathryn Cook Lowe. He was a veteran of the Air Force. He was employed as an electrician with B & R Co. in Pittsfield. ¶ Surviving are the parents of Pittsfield; four brothers, Bill, Steven, Stanley and Kevin, and two sisters, Judy and Jane, all of the home. ¶ Services for Robert Wayne Browning will be held Wednesday at 2 p. m. in New Hartford Christian Church. The Rev. Joe Maynard will officiate. Burial will be in Pittsfield West Cemetery. ¶ Mr. Browning was born in Hannibal, Mo., March 7, 1947, a son of Homer and Berniece Browning. He was a welder with a railroad company. ¶ Surviving are the parents of Pittsfield; a sister, Miss Betty Lynn Browning of Independence, Mo., and a grandfather, Theodore Klitz of New Canton. || The Pike Press. Undated clipping. Bingham died 2/14/1971. Bingham Bruce Lowe12 (Hayward11,Arthur10, Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) BINGHAM LOWE. Services for Bingham (Bing) Lowe of Pittsfield were held at 11 a.m. today, Wednesday, Feb. 17 at Plattner Funeral Chapel Pittsfield with the Rev. William Jones officiating. Interment was in Pittsfield West cemetery. ¶ Mr Lowe died at 4:10 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 14,1971 at St. Mary hospital in Quincy following a one-car accident north of Perry at 1:25 a.m. He had first been taken to Illini hospital, then rushed to St. Mary. He was 24 years old. ¶ Bingham Bruce Lowe, son of Wayne and Kathryn Cook Lowe, was born in Pittsfield Feb. 2 1947. He attended Pittsfield schools and graduated from Pittsfield high school. Lowe served in the Air Force from 1966 to 1970. He was a member of the First United Methodist church in Pittsfield. ¶ Mr Lowe is survived by his parents; four brothers, Bill, Steven, Stanley and Kevin; and two sisters, Judy and Jane. || The Pike Press. Undated clipping. Bingham died 2/14/1971.~


Caleb Low, 3 males 16+, 1 males -16, 2 females, Danvers, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 69.


Caleb Low, son of Caleb and Sarah Low, was born 7-26-1808. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 17.~


Caleb Francis Low Jr, son of Caleb and Betsey (Osborn) died of dropsy, 4-11-1844 (aged 15 yrs, 2 days). || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 2. Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 404.~ Caleb Francis Low, son of Caleb and Betsey (Osborn) Low, was born 4-5-1829. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 1. Births, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 214.~


Caleb Low, Col. married Elizabeth Osborn on 11-8-1824. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 2. Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 170.~


Caleb Low. Fought in the campaign of 1756 (French Indian War). He was born in Ipswich and was 16 yrs 1756. His residence was listed as Salem from the Roll of Capt Andrew Fuller’s Co. in Col. Ichabod Plaisted’s Regt. || IPSWICH IN THE MASSACHUSETTS BAY COLONY, VOL 2, 1700-1917, A History of the Town, Thomas Franklin Waters, 1917, Ipswich Historical Society, Ipswich, Mass., p. 181.~ Caleb Low. Is listed in the 1756 roll of Capt. Andrew Fuller’s Co. The Regiment, of Col. Ichabod Plaisted, was, at the time, in Boston. Caleb Low, age 16, born in Ipswich, residence in Salem. The French and Indian War was being fought at the time. || Ipswich In The Massachusetts Bay Colony, Vol II, A History Of The Town From 1700-1917, Thomas Franklin Waters, The Ipswich Historical Society, Ipswich, Mass, 1917, p. 181.~ Caleb Low, husband of Sarah, was born 7-7-1739. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 1. Births, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 214.~ Caleb Low, husb. of Sarah, died 5-13-1810, aged 70 yrs. Mainstreet Cemetery, Peabody. (BL: Son of Caleb and Abigail (Varney) Low) || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 2. Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 404.~ Caleb Low. His widow,Sarah (Shillaber), was born 12-28-1739. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 1. Births, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 214.~ Caleb Low married Sarah Shillebar on 6-2-1763. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 2. Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 170.~


Caleb Low (Son of David Low and wife, Mary Lamb (daughter of Caleb and Mary Lamb). Married Abigail Varney (daughter of Thomas and Abigail Varney). See notes on Ariel Low of Boston. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Necrology of Historic Genealogical Society, Vol 41 (1887), p. 232.~


Caleb Low married Rachel Burnham 1-10-1842. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 46.~


Caleb Low, Danvers. Captain of a company which marched on the alarm of 4-19-1775 (service not given); also, Captain, 3rd (Danvers) Co, Col. Henry Herrick’s (8th Essex Co) regt of Mass. Militia; list of officers chosen in said regiment, dated Charlestown, 3-29-1776; ordered in Council 4-2-1776, that said officers be commissioned; reported commissioned 4-2-1776; also, Major, Col. Nathaniel Wade’s regt; engaged 7-6-1780; discharged 10-10-1780; service, 3 months, 17 days, including 12 days (240 miles) travel home; regiment raised in Essex Co to reinforce Continental Army for 3 months. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1023.


Caleb Lowe, ~. Official record of a ballot by the House of Representatives, dated March 4, 1778; said Lowe chosen 1st Major, Col. Larkin Thorndike’s (8th Essex Co) regt. of Mass. Militia; appointment concurred in by Council 3-4-1778; reported commissioned 3-4-1778. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Wright & Potter Printing Co, 1902, Vol 9, p. 1036.~


Caleb Francis Lowe, died 9-15-1831, aged 14 months. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 2. Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 404.~


Caleb Low, Jr, son of Caleb, pedlar, and Rachel, was born 6-11-1845. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 17.~


Caleb Low. His widow, Sarah (Shillaber) died 12-28-1815. Main Street Cemetery, Peabody. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 2. Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 404.~


Caleb Low, son of Caleb and Betsey (Osborn), died 2-25-1827. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 2. Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 404.~ Caleb Francis Low, son of Caleb and Betsey (Osborn) Low, was born 8-28-1825. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 1. Births, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 214.~


Caleb Low (BL: Son of Thomas and Dorothy (Choate) Low) died Sept 1831, aged 57 yrs. Old Burial Ground gravestone record. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.~


Caleb Low, son of Stephen and Sally (Jacobs) was born 5-31-1796. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 1. Births, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 214.~


Caroline M. Low married Jacob W. Pollard, 7-14-1846 in Roxbury, MA. || Vital Records of Roxbury, MA, To The End Of The Year 1849, Vol 2 - Marriages and Deaths, The Essex Institute, 1926, p. 254.~


Caroline A. Low marr 8-2-1849 John A. Hay. Intention also recorded. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol III - Marriages, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 617.~


Caroline A. Low of Springvale, ME Intended marriage to George L. Parker 10-26-1847. || Vital Records of Roxbury, MA, To The End Of The Year 1849, Vol 2 - Marriages and Deaths, The Essex Institute, 1926, p. 254.~


Caroline Low, daughter of Enoch, died 5-13-1837, aged 3 yrs. church record. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.~


Catharine Sweetser Low, daughter of Joseph and Catharine Sweetser Low, was born 10-18-1801. City Document #43. || Boston Births, Baptisms, Marriages, and Deaths, 1700-1800, William S. Appleton, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1978, p. 349.~


Catharine Low, died January 1815, aged 42 yrs. - From a record of deaths in Boston and vicinity || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.79 (1925), p.54.~


Catharine Sweetser W. Low, daughter of Joseph and Catharine Sweetser Low, was born 6-25-1807. City Document #43. || Boston Births, Baptisms, Marriages, and Deaths, 1700-1800, William S. Appleton, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1978, p. 354.~


Catherine Low, d. of Charles H. Low, was born 1840 in Hopkinton, RI. || Rhode Island Vital Records, New Series. Vol 9., Washington County, RI, Births 1760 - 1860 From Death and Marriage Records, Alden Beaman, PhD, The Rhode Island Genealogical Research Inst., Princeton, MA, 1981, p. 72.~


Catherine Low married John Cole, Jr. in Warwick, RI on 8-14-1804. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 81.~


Catherine Low of New Bedford, Bristol County changed her name FROM Elisabeth Low. 8-4-1882. || List of Persons Whose Names Have Been Changed in Massachusetts, 1780-1892, Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, 1972, p. 250.


Charles Porter Low was born 9-19-1824, son of Seth and Mary (Porter) Low. First Church record. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 530.~


Charles Lowe is mentioned in the Will, dated 2-4-1689, of one John Clarke of Risby in the County of Suffolk, Gentleman. Charles in mentioned as the husband of John Clarke’s niece, Frances, who was the daughter of John Clarke’s eldest brother, Francis Clarke. Frances Low inherited £600. John Clarke ‘proved’ 2-23-1699. || English Origins of New England Families, Vol 1, 1984, Genealogy Pub. Co., p. 69.


Charles Low. Private, Captain Elijah Lewis’s Co, Col Christopher Greene’s (1st Rhode Island) battalion; muster rolls for Jan - Nov, 1777, Jan-April, 1778; enlisted 4-5-1777; enlistment 3 years; reported on 7 days command in January and February 1778. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1023.


Charles H. Lowe, son of Charles H. and Drusilla Lowe, was born Feb 1846, died 5-24-1849 and is buried in Hopkinton. || Rhode Island Vital Records, New Series, Vol 3 - Washington County, Rhode Island Births and Marriages from Gravestone Inscriptions 1688-1850, Alden Beaman, Published by Alden Beaman, Princeton, MA, 1977, p. 398.~


Charles Low. From 1800 census: Bangor, part of Hancock County, Maine in 1800, was permanently settled in 1769 and called Kenduskeag Plantation in 1788, Bangor was incorporated in 1791 and is now the county seat of Penobscot County. In 1800 there were 45 families made up of 277 persons. Reverend James Boyd was the settlement’s minister. Among the residents was Charles Low, originally from Hallowell, 2 males and 5 females in household. Head of House between age 26-45. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 105 (1951), p. 276.~


Charles Low died 11-21-1867, aged about 50. He lived at Cole Kill Corner ; Deaths In Scarborough, Maine || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 103 (1949), p. 268.~


Charles Walter Low was a student at Brown University, RI 1895-1898. He was with George G. Snow company, shoe manufacturers, Brockton, Mass. His address was 15 Columbia St., Brockton, Mass. || Historical Catalogue of Brown University, 1764-1904, Brown University, Providence, RI, 1905, p. 700.


Charles Doss Lowe10 (Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) Doss Lowe Dies In Michigan. Arthur Lowe of Pittsfield received word Wednesday of the death that day of his brother Doss, 83, of Melvindale Mich. Mr. Lowe died in his home after being ill for the past two years during which time he was cared for by his wife and children. ¶ Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Saturday at Melvindale and burial was there also. Arthur did not attend the funeral, as road conditions were not good at the time. ¶ Doss, son of B. J. and Mary Lowe, was born Jan. 21, 1880 in Pike county. He was married to Nettie Carrell, also of Pike county. He followed the carpenter's trade for many years, and, following that, helped in the hardware store owned by his son Herman in Melvindale. ¶ Besides his wife and son, Mr Lowe is survived by twin daughters, Mrs Sid (Florine) Robinson and Mrs Ermil (Florence) Pitt, both of Melvindale Also surviving are several grandchildren, and two brothers, Arthur, and Paul of Northbrook. ¶ Doss Lowe was one of a family of 12 children two of whom I died in infancy Those living to adulthood but now deceased were Frank, Forrest, Ed, Lee, James, Pearl and Lenna. || The Pike Press. Undated clipping. Uncle Doss died 1/9/1963.~


Charles H. Low was married to Lovey J. ??. Their daughter was Abbie J. Low who married on 4-24-1889 George H. Kimball9(George Short Kimball8, Mark7, Ebenezer6, Joseph5, Moses4, John2, Richard1) who (George) was born in Salem, Ma in 1863. || History of the Kimball Family in America, From 1634 to 1897, and of its Ancestors The Kemballs or Kemboldes of England, Leonard Morrison, Damrell & Upham, Boston, 1897, p. 801.~


Charles Lowe, on 3-13-1818, aged 23 yrs (Fever) - Funeral service (not nec. date of death) was held on this date by Rev. Nathan Parker of the Church of Portsmouth, NH || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.83 (1929), p.34-35.~ Charles Lowe, son of Elisha, on 7-19-1795 was baptised at the South Church of Portsmouth, NH by Rev. Samuel Haven || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.82 (1928), p.47.~


Charles Lowe. He was a part owner of "Ross's Tavern" on South Main Street, East side, which he and the other owners sold to Frederic Willcomb on 7-13, 1888 (1231:96). || Ipswich in the Massachusetts Bay Colony 1633-1700, Thomas Franklin Waters, Ipswich Historical Soc. Ipswich, MA 1905, p.448.


Charles Lowe, son of Charles H. and Drusilla Lowe, was born May 1843 and died 9-19-1845 and was buried in Hopkinton, RI. || Rhode Island Vital Records, New Series, Vol 3 - Washington County, Rhode Island Births and Marriages from Gravestone Inscriptions 1688-1850, Alden Beaman, Published by Alden Beaman, Princeton, MA, 1977, p. 398.~


Charles Lowe (Nov. 18, 1828-June 20 1874), Unitarian clergyman, was born in Portsmouth, N.H., the son of John and Sarah Ann (Simes) Lowe. As a boy he attended Phillips Academy in Exeter, N.H., where his father had become manager of a cotton-mill. Entering Harvard College as a sophomore he graduated as salutatorian of the class of 1847. For a year he read law with Amos Tuck in Exeter, then he began the study of theology under the direction of the Rev. Andrew P. Peabody of Portsmouth, completing the course in the Harvard Divinity School (1849-51 while he served as tutor in the college of arts. In the spring of 1851 he became the colleague of the Rev. John Weiss in the Unitarian church of New Bedford, Mass., but two years later a serious malady of the lungs made him seek health in extensive travel in Western Europe and the Turkish Empire. After a winter semester, 1854-55, in the University of Halle under the theologians Erdmann and Tholuck he became in September 1855 the pastor of the North Church in Salem, Mass. but after nearly two years of ministry he was again obliged to resign. On Sept. 16, 1857, he was married to Martha A. Perry, daughter of Justus and Hannah (Wood) Perry of Keene, N.H., and settled on a farm near Salem. In February 1859, his health improved, he became pastor of the Unitarian church in Somerville, Mass., and during the Civil War he added to his pastoral care temporary service as army chaplain in 1863, as chairman of the Army Committee of the American Unitarian Association in 1864, and in behalf of the Freedmen's Aid Society in 1865. His sagacity and success in these activities led to another responsibility, a leadership in the effort to organize the autonomous, loosely related Unitarian congregations into a National Conference (April 1865) which would be composed of devout conservatives who cherished recognition of Christ as a superhuman being, and younger innovators, some of whom were disinclined even to the name Christian since for them it necessarily implied the inherited system of authoritative dogma. In this difficult situation Lowe, now transferred from his parish to the office of executive secretary of the American Unitarian Association, served as a catalyst. His calm courage and frankness, his catholicitv of mind, and his sweetness of spirit won divergent parties to unity. After six years of remarkably efficient administration he was too ill to continue the work and in 1871 again traveled abroad for his health. Returning in May 1873 he declined the pastorale of the First Church of Cambridge, and the presidency of Antioch College, but undertook the editorship of the Unitarian Review and Religious Magazine, planned to succeed the older Monthly Religious Magazine. A few months after he had taken over the work he sought the sea air of Swampscott, May 30, 1874, but immediately suffered the beginning of hemorrhages from which he died on June 20. ¶ [Martha Perry Lowe, Memoir of Char Lowe (1884); Memorial to Chas. Lowe (1874), reprinted, with additions, from the Unitarian Rev. and Religious Mag., July, Aug. 1874; S. A. Eliot, ea., Heralds of a Liberal Faith (1910, vol. III; the Christian Reg. (Boston), June 27, July 4, 1874; Boston Transcript, June 22, 1874.] || Dictionary of American Biography, Vol VI, Larned-Millington, Charles Scribner’s Sons, NY 1933, p. 450-451.~Charles Lowe, Reverend, Exeter, NH, married Martha Ann Perry, daughter of Gen. Justus Perry (son of Dr. Justus and Martha (Frost) Perry.) Martha Ann Perry’s mother was Hannah Wood of Concord Mass. Martha Ann was an author and poetess. || A History of the Town of Keene (NH), From 1732, When the Township was Granted by Massachusetts, to 1874, when it Became a City., S.G. Griffin, Keene, NH, Sentinel Printing Co, 1904, p. 634.~


Charlotte Lowe, died 3-25-1845, aged 2 yrs, 10 months. in Roxbury, MA. || Vital Records of Roxbury, MA, To The End Of The Year 1849, Vol 2 - Marriages and Deaths, The Essex Institute, 1926, p. 578.~


Clarissa Low, daughter of Capt. David and Betsy (Story) Low, was born 3-17-1817. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 17.~ Clarissa Low married Jonathan Story IV on July 19, 1836. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 46.~


Clarrissa Lowe, daughter of James and Clarrissa Lowe, married in Rockport, MA on 12-3-1840 to James Story III, aged 23 yrs. Intention also recorded. || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p.64.~


Clementine D. Lowe married Eli F. Stacy, both of Gloucester, at Gloucester, on 5-31-1841. Universalist Church Records, Peabody. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 2. Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 170.~


Cornelius D. Low, NJ, S1053 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


Cornelius B. Low was born 6-2-1840. Harmony Grove Cemetery Record. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 530.~


Cornelius Lowe, Captain, Baltimore. Died 8-23. Aged 94 yrs. A native of Boston, but had long been a resident in Baltimore. He had been part owner of some of the finest vessels sailing out of that port and was also their commander. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol9 (1885), pgs.374-375.


Cornelius P. Low, NY, Pa, Johanna, W24580 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.~


D. Grenville Low married Miss Eliza-Jane McCulla. Both of Boston. Service performed 4-11-1852 by Rev. William Jenks, DD of the Green Street Congregational Church of Boston. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 90 (1936), p. 114.~


Daniel Low was born 6-28-1774, son of Daniel and Mary (Luscomb) Low. [Bible records in the possession of Miss Mary B. Chamberlain] || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 530.~


Daniel Lowe, Mass, Tlice, W16635 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


Daniel Low was born 2-13-1842, son of Richard and Margaret (Brown) Low. [Bible records in the possession of Miss Mary B. Chamberlain] || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 530.~


Daniel Low was born 8-19-1777, son of Daniel and Mary (Luscomb) Low. [Bible records in the possession of Miss Mary B. Chamberlain] || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 530.~


Daniel Low intended marriage 6-21-1834 to Miss Hannah Buzzell, both of Waterborough. || Vital Records of Waterborough, Maine, New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 90 (1936), p. 333.~Daniel Low married 9-14-1834 Hannah Buzzell, both of Waterborough. Service by Isaac Dearing. || Vital Records of Waterborough, Maine, New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 91 (1937), p.23.~


Daniel Low, Hingham. List of men raised to serve in the Continental Army, as returned by Capt. Benjamin Lapham and Capt. Peter Cushing; residence, Hingham; enlisted for town of Hingham; joined Capt. Marshall’s Co, Col. Marshall’s regt; enlistment 3 years; also, list of men mustered by Nathaniel Barber, Muster Master for Suffolk Co, dated Boston, 2-2-1777; Cpt. Marshall’s Co, Col. Thomas Marshall’s regt; also, Private, Colonel’s Co, Col. Thomas Marshall’s (10th) regt; Continental Army pay accounts for service from 1-1-1777, to 12-31-1779; reported discharged 12-25-1779; also, Capt. Christopher Marshall’s (7th) Co, Col. Marshall’s regt; muster rolls for January and March, 1779, dated West Point; enlisted 12-25-1776; reported transferred to the Colonel’s Co 4-1-1779; also, Colonel’s Co, Col. Marshall’s regt; muster roll for April 1779, dated West Point. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1023.


Daniel Lowe, Ipswich. Private, Capt. Thomas Burnham’s Co., which marched on the alarm of 4-19-1775; service, 3 days. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Wright & Potter Printing Co, 1902, Vol 9, p. 1036.



Daniel Low. Trades and Employments of the 18th Century. Ipswich, In the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Mentioned as an apprentice carpenter c.1747. He, and others, built the old pulpit of the South Church. || Ipswich In The Massachusetts Bay Colony, Vol II, A History Of The Town From 1700-1917, Thomas Franklin Waters, The Ipswich Historical Society, Ipswich, Mass, 1917, p. 261.


Daniel Low, Merryland (Wells), brother, probably younger, of Job. Their mother, Elizabeth (Howland), was widowed 3-26-1676, when her husband, John Low, of Marshfield, was killed in battle. In June 1678 she was before court for having an illegitimate child. As Job was at least 14 years old on 9-3-1691, carrying his birth back to or before Sept 1677, it would seem that the child of 1678 was Daniel. He first appeared in Maine as witness to livery of seisin of the Andrews farm at Falmouth by Tobias Oakman to John Rouse of Marshfield, 6-29-1699. He married before 10-1-1707 (ct.) Mary Ingersoll, who married 2d, int. 4-25-1724, Andrew Lewis(2), many years her junior. Wells gr. him 50 acres 11-22-1699 and laid it out 5-23-1701, but as it was not improved acc. To the conditions, it was re-granted to his brother Job 3-18-1714. He bought 60 acres on northern branch of Little River from Henry Maddox in 1721. Only kn. Ch.: Daniel, Portsmouth, shipwright, sold his father’s Merryland farm in 1735, Married Scarb. 10-26-1735 Miss Patience Mills. || Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire, Noyes, Libby and Davis, Genealogical Pub, Baltimore, 1979, p. 445-446.~ Daniel Low (Loe) listed as married to Mary Ingersol before 1705. From York County files - marriages compiled from Court records. || Maine Historical and Genealogical Recorder, Vol IV, 1887, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, 1973, p. 293.~


Daniel Low of Ipswich, MA purchased property from John Brewer. Daniel purchased a quarter of an acre on "the corner", with a dwelling, and the land on Boxford Rd extended to the ditch that drains the lands, June 13, 1717 (32:237). || Ipswich in the Massachusetts Bay Colony 1633-1700, Thomas Franklin Waters, Ipswich Historical Soc. Ipswich, MA 1905, p. 367.~


Daniel Low, son of Asa and Mary Low, on 5-5-1782 was baptised at the First Church of Christ is Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 76 (1922), p.113.~


Daniel Low, of New York, marr 9-27-1818 Alice Orne. Intention also recorded. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol III - Marriages, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 617.~


Daniel Low, 2 males 16+, 2 males -16, 6 females, Salem, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 94.


Daniel Low. From the 1800 census of Frankfort, Maine, part of Hancock County, Maine in 1800. Frankfort, now in Waldo County, was settled about 1760 and incorporated in 1789. Originally of great area, the later towns of Prospect, Winterport, Hampden, and parts of Belfast, Searsport, and Stockton were included in its boundaries. Daniel Low: In the “Back Settlement called Goshen”, 3 males and 4 females in household. Head of house between 26-45. Could be the brother of Elijah Low of Hancock County and son of Thomas Low of Hancock County - just a guess|| New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 105 (1951), p. 282.~


Daniel Low. His widow, _____, died July 1837. Diary of Mary Endicott, pub. in the Salem Press Hist. and Gen Record. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 2. Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 404.


Daniel Low. Ipswich. Died 10-27-1860, aged 78. Coal Kiln Corner. || Maine Historical and Genealogical Recorder, Vol IV, 1887, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, 1973, p. 116.~


Daniel Low died 4-10-1824, aged 78 yrs.(BL: Son of Samuel and Jemina (Woodbury) Low) || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.~


Daniel Low. His widow, Abigail, died 6-8-1838, aged 91 yrs. Old Burial Ground gravestone. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 78.~


Daniel Low of Chebacco in Ipswich is mentioned as the husband of Ruhamah Andrews in the will of John Andrews (wife: Elizabeth) which proved 4-16-1753. || Maine Historical and Genealogical Recorder, Vol IV, 1887, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, 1973, p. 214.~


Daniel Low, son of David and Sarah Low, on 1-3-1762 was baptised at the First Church of Christ is Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 76 (1922), p.103.~


Daniel Low, Ipswich, MA. Corporal, Capt. Jonathan Cogswell, Jr’s Co, which marched on the alarm of 4-19-1775; service 3 days; also, Sergeant, Capt. David Low’s (3rd) Co, Col. Jonathan Cogswell’s (3rd Essex Co) regt; return of train band and alarm list, dated 4-30-1778; said Low reported as belonging to train band; also, same Co and regt; pay abstract for equipments, dated 8-21-1778. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1023.


Daniel Low ‘was imprest into his majesties service’ 5-11-1748. From an account book of Capt. Jonathan Burnam of the Chebacco Parish. || IPSWICH IN THE MASSACHUSETTS BAY COLONY, VOL 2, 1700-1917, A History of the Town, Thomas Franklin Waters, 1917, Ipswich Historical Society, Ipswich, Mass., p. 169.


Daniel Low, son of Enoch and Anna Low, was born 2-4-1819. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 17.~


Daniel Lowe, 6 males 16+, 3 males-16, 4 females, Ipswich, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 76.


Daniel Low6, of Boxford, MA, son of Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2, Thomas1 “ _____ Low, Captain of the brig Betsey, from Leghorn, lost overboard, July 13, 1806. [Salem Gazette Newspaper record] || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol V - Deaths, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 409.~


Daniel Low, son of Daniel Low, JR and Annes, was born 1-28-1798. || Vital Records of Manchester Massachusetts to the End of Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1903, 86.~


Daniel Low, married Annis Allen 8-19-1792. He is listed as Daniel Low, JR on the intention of marriage, which is also recorded. || Vital Records of Manchester Massachusetts to the End of Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1903, 194.~


Daniel Low died 9-28-1804, at sea. He was of the Brig. Trail, Capt. Tate. [Salem Gazette Newspaper record] || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol V - Deaths, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 408.


Daniel Low cert marr 1-1-1774 Mary Luscomb. Intention also recorded. [Jan 2 1774 per Bible record in possession of Miss Mary B. Chamberlain] || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol III - Marriages, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 617.~ Daniel Low. His wife, Mary Low was buried 3-31-1815, aged 61 years [Salem Gazette Newspaper record][according to Broad Street Cemetery, she was 62 yrs.]~


Daniel Low died 11-6-1869 at Mr. Durgin’s at Oak Hill Depot where he was on a visit.; Deaths In Scarborough, Maine || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 103 (1949), p. 269.~


Daniel Low and Polly Smith married 12-7-1818. Town Records of Alfred, Maine. || Maine Historical and Genealogical Recorder, Vol IV, 1887, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, 1973, p. 203.~ Daniel Low of Lyman, ME int. marr 9-3-1818 to Polly Smith of Alfred. Cert of marr. 9-21-1818. Early Vital Records of Lyman, Maine || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 96 (1942), p. 339.~


Daniel Low died 12-11-1810, aged 61 years. [Broad Street Cemetery Record] || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol V - Deaths, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 408.


Darling Low (yes, that’s his name) of Shapleigh intended married to Miss Phebe Rhodes of Waterborough 9-24-1833. || Vital Records of Waterborough, Maine, New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 90 (1936), p. 333.~ Darling Low, was born at Shapleigh, ME on 8-2-1813. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 1. Births, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 214.~ Darling Low married Phebe Rhoads at Waterboro, ME on 10-10-1833. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 2. Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 170.~


David Lowe, 1 males 16+, 2 males -16, 3 females, Gloucester, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 72.


David Low, Ipswich. Lieutenant, Capt. Jonathan Cogswell, Jr’s Co, which marched on the alarm of 4-19-1775; service 3 days; also, Capt, 3rd Co, 3rd Essex Co regt of Mass. militia; list of officers chosen by the several companies in said regiment, as returned by Jonathan Cogswell, Jr, and others, field officers, dated Ipswich, 5-6-1776; ordered in Council 5-7-1776, that said officers be commissioned; reported commissioned 5-7-1776; also, Captain of a company of volunteers, 3rd Essex Co regt; engaged 9-30-1777; marched 10-2-1777; discharged 11-7-1777; service 40 days, in a regiment commanded by Maj Charles Smith, under Gen Gates in northern department, and in guarding Gen. Burgoyne’s army to Prospect Hill; company discharged at Cambridge; also, Captain, 3rd Co, Col. Jonathan Cogswell’s (3rd Essex Co) regt; return of train band and alarm lists, dated 4-30-1778; also, same regt; pay abstract for equipments, dated 8-21-1778. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1023-1024.


David Low. Context: A meeting of the citizens of Boston was held 10-10-1825, the Hon. Harrison Gray Otis in the chair, to consider the question of steam communication (indirect) with Europe, and a committee was appointed " to devise a plan for establishing a steamboat line between this port and Halifax, in the event of the contemplated line between that port and Valentia going into operation;" also, a plan for establishing a line between Boston and Eastport, ME. The committee consisted of Thomas H. Perkins, George Bond, William Lawrence, David Low, William J. Loring, and Henry Oxnard. || Professional and Industrial History of Suffolk County, Mass, Vol II, Boston History Company, 1894, 974.46, d3, p. 134. ¶ David Low was listed on the Board of Directors of the Globe National Bank. It was incorporated in June 1824, with a capital of $750,000, which was increased to $1,000,000 in 1827.|| Professional and Industrial History of Suffolk County, Mass, Vol II, Boston History Company, 1894, 974.46, d3, p.263.


David Low ‘was imprest into his majesties service’ March 1748. From the account book of Capt. Jonathan Burnam of the Chebacco Parish. || IPSWICH IN THE MASSACHUSETTS BAY COLONY, VOL 2, 1700-1917, A History of the Town, Thomas Franklin Waters, 1917, Ipswich Historical Society, Ipswich, Mass., p. 169.


David W. Low is shown as the Town Clerk of Gloucester, ME on 5-18-1871. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 122 (1968), p. 313.


David Low, son of David and Sarah Low, on 8-26-1759 was baptised at the First Church of Christ is Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 76 (1922), p.102.~


David Low, son of Capt. David Low (& Betsy (Story)), was born 4-25-1824. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 17.~


David Low, son of David Low and Susanna Low. Grandson of David Low and Mary Lamb. Great Grandson of Thomas Low and Martha Boreman. David was a Lieutenant in the Ipswich Minute Company. He responded to Lexington Alarm; Capt. 1774, 3rd Mass. Regt, went with other volunteers in 1777 to reinforce Gen. Gate’s Army at Saratoga, b. 5-5-1728; married 1752 to Abigail Choate (1734-88), and died 7-24-1782, leaving two sons and three daughters. His eldest son was David Low (b: 4-11-1753) of Gloucester, Mass. || Burke’s American Families With British Ancestry, Genealogical Pub Co, Baltimore, 1983, p. 2796.~


David Low. Mentioned in the following context of the Revolutionary War: Upon information from Gen. Rochambeau that Rhode Island was in peril once more, the Governor had been authorized on Feb. 28, 1781 to issue orders for 1200 men for 40 days, and another call on June 30th, required 2700 men for 3 months, as temporary reinforcement at West Point. Ipswich was assigned 42 men, and due proportion of shirts, shoes and stockings: and on Nov. 5th, the Town was credited with 21 oxen delivered at Andover, estimated at 13,334 pounds and £20 specie in lieu of 1820 pounds, the balance of quota due June 22. ¶ But the end was now near at hand. Cornwallis surrendered on 10-19-1781. A levy of 1500 men for 3 years or the end of the War was made in March, 1782. On July 6th, small detachments of artillery were stationed at Plum Island, Gloucester, and other exposed points on the sea-board. A treaty of peace was signed at Paris in September 1783. The Town voted on May 7th, with great enthusiasm no doubt, that the Town “will give the Committee the powder taken out of the Town Stock & used in the late day of rejoicing.” ¶ Eight anxious, bitter years had passed since the Lexington alarm. The men of Ipswich had acquitted themselves nobly in the long marches and the dreadful winter camps as well as on the battlefield. Again and again, they had responded to the endless calls for reinforcements. The wives and mothers, with hearts heavy with fear for their own loved ones, had toiled cheerfully upon the yearly suply of clothing for the army. Col. Nathaniel Wade and Col. Joseph Hodgkins were in the field during the whole war, and won their well-deserved honors. Major Charles Smith and the school master, Major Thomas Burnham, rendered valiant service. So did the veteran Capt. Gideon Parker, Capt. Robert Perkins, with his Light Horse troop, Capt. Abraham Dodge, Captain Robert Dodge and Capt. David Low. || Ipswich In The Massachusetts Bay Colony, Vol II, A History Of The Town From 1700-1917, Thomas Franklin Waters, The Ipswich Historical Society, Ipswich, Mass, 1917, p. 351.


David Low, Ipswich, MA. Sergeant, Capt. Abraham Dodge’s Co, Col. Moses Little’s (17th) regt; receipt for advance pay, signed by said Low, dated Cambridge, 6-23-1775; also, muster roll dated 8-1-1775; engaged 5-3-1775; service, 12 weeks 6 days; also, company return endorsed “October the 9 1775;” age, 22 yrs; also order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money dated 12-21-1775; also, Sergeant, Capt. Abraham Dodge’s Co, Col. Moses Little’s (12th) regt; engaged 1-1-1776 (service not given). || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1023.


David Low. Private, Capt Samuel Waterhouse’s Co, Col. Jacob Gerrish’s regt of guards; marched from home 4-1-1778; service 3 mos. 7 days, at Winter Hill; company detached from militia to serve from 4-2-1778 to 7-3-1778. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1024.


David Low, son of David Low and Abigail Choate. Grandson of David Low and Susanna Low. Great Grandson of David Low and Mary Lamb. Of Gloucester, Mass. Served in Capt. Dodge’s Company of Ipswich, and afterwards in Little’s Massachusetts Reft; took part in the battles of Bunker Hill, Long Island, White Plains, Trenton and Princeton. Born: 4-11-1753; married 5-26-1778 to Hannah Haskell (b.1759), and died 7-12-1797, leaving issue, five sons and two daughters. Their second son was Seth Low, of Gloucester, MA. || Burke’s American Families With British Ancestry, Genealogical Pub Co, Baltimore, 1983, p. 2796.~


David Forest Low, son of David (a freighter) and Laura Low, was born in Rockport, MA on 9-25-1847. || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 28.~


David Lowe, 1 males 16+, 3 males -16, 3 females, Gloucester, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 72.


David Low, son of David Low and Mary Lamb. Grandson of Thomas Low and Martha Boreman. . David was of Ipswich, MA, Ensign in, and afterwards Commander of, the Essex Militia, was a Captain in a considerable body of Colonial troops got together by John, 4th Earl of Loudoun, Governor General of Virginia and Commander-in-Chief in America, in the French War. David was born 1700, married 4-11-1724 to Susanna Low (1703-75), and died 7-10-1771, leaving among other issue, and elder son, David (b.5-5-1728). || Burke’s American Families With British Ancestry, Genealogical Pub Co, Baltimore, 1983, p. 2796.~


David Low and Rebecca B. Low are listed in the records of the West Church of Boston in an entry dated 5-2-1819 as “persons owning the covenant” || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 94 (1940), p. 380.~


David Low. Capt. Abel Richard’s Co, Col. Jonathan Cogswell’s regt; enlisted 10-22-1778; discharged 12-31-1778; service, 2 months 10 days, with guards at Boston; enlistment to expire 1-1-1779. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1024.


David Lowe. B: 1753; Died: Buckfield 1849; Married Ruth; B-16, p 85; CL-17; MOCA || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 493.~


David Low (1667-1746) married Mary Lamb (-1735) on 12-28-1699. Ipswich. || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, Clarence Almon Torrey, 1985, p. 476-477. ~ ¶ David Low, son of Thomas Low and Martha Boreman.. Took part in the expedition against Quebec, commanded by Sir William Phipps, 1690; born 8-14-1667; married 12-28-1699 to Mary Lamb, daughter of Caleb Lamb, of Roxbury; and David died June 1746, leaving issue, five sons and four daughters. His fourth son, Stephen, a lieutenant, was killed at the attack upon Ticonderoga. His eldest son was David, b.1700. || Burke’s American Families With British Ancestry, Genealogical Pub Co, Baltimore, 1983, p. 2796.~ ¶ David Low (son of Thomas Low and Martha Boreman). Born 8-14-1667, died 6-2-1746. Married Mary Lamb, daughter of Caleb and Mary Lamb. See notes on Ariel Low of Boston. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Necrology of Historic Genealogical Society, Vol 41 (1887), p. 232.~ David Low married Mary Lamb. Their child was David Low, Jr. who married Susanna. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 136 (1982), p. 322.~


David Low, Mass, Hannah Eaton, former widow, W21036 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


David Low, son of Asa and Mary Low, on 9-26-1779 was baptised at the First Church of Christ is Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 76 (1922), p.111.~


David Low on 1-19-1745/6 was received into full communion by the First Church of Christ is Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 76 (1922), p.194.~


David Low married Ruth Clay 11-5-1786 in Sanford, ME. Service performed by Rev. Moses Sweat. || Maine Historical and Genealogical Recorder, Vol II, 1885, p. 56.~


David Low, son of Mary Low, was baptised 9-18-1715 at 1st Church of Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.75 (1921), p.48.~


Deborah C. Low int marr 10-18-1840 Jacob C. Hiltz. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol III - Marriages, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 617.~


Dennis Lowe, Cont. MD, S38917; BLWt2253 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


Dorcas Low (1674-) and Elias Elwell, on 11-12-1690, in Gloucester, were married. || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, 1985, Clarence Almon Torrey, page 250.~


Dorcas Low, daughter of Ephraim and Mary Low, on 6-10-1755 was baptised at the Second Church of Berwick, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 74 (1920), p.224.~


Dorothy Low. Witn. deed, Bray to Pepperell, 11-17-1682. || Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire, Noyes, Libby and Davis, Genealogical Pub, Baltimore, 1979, p. 445-446.


Dorothy Low, Miss, married David Cain, Both of Clinton, ME. 3-30-1817. || Provided by Eric Bittner. Unknown source. Page heading “Clinton Marriages”, page 232.~ Dolly (Dorothy) Low, Widow of David Cain, 49 y., u.s.c." No date. (u.s.c is prob. U.S. Census. 1850) || Provided by Eric Bittner. Unknown source. Page heading “Clinton Births”, page 82~ Dorothy Low married David Cain (B: 1795) of Clinton. David Cain’s siblings were: Polley (or Mary) (B: 1770) in Hingham, MA; Edward (B:1793; D: 1854); Robert (B:1797); Mephibosheth (B:1798); Moses (B: about 9-4-1800); Joseph; Sumner; Arthur. David Cain’s parents were Edward Cain (B: 1770, Hingham, MA) and Hannah Rich (B: 1771, Wellfleet, MA) who arrived in Clinton, ME in 1798. The Cains settled in the northwest part of Clinton. || (Provided by Eric Bitner) History of Clinton, Maine. By Major General Carleton Edward Fisher. Printed by KJ Printing, Augusta, ME, p. 56.~


E. Low of Mercer, ME. Married Mrs. Ellen H. Thwing of Mercer. 7-2-1879. Service performed by Benjamin Tappan, Minister at Mercer. || Unknown source. Provided by Erik Bittner.~


Ebeneazer Low, son of Job and Elizabeth Low, was baptised 7-3-1742 at 1st Church of Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.75 (1921), p.110.~


Ebenezer Low, Jr, MA. E: Stanford; B: 1748; D: Mercer 1834; lS; S-3, p.81 || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 492.


Ebenezer Low, Ipswich. Lieutenant, Capt. Abraham Dodge’s Co, Col. Little’s regt; return of officers, dated 6-26-1775; said officers recommended for commissions in Committee of Safety 6-26-1775; ordered in Provincial Congress 6-27-1775, that commissions be delivered said officers; also, 1st Lieutenant, Capt. Abraham Dodge’s Co, Col. Moses Little’s (17th) regt; muster roll dated 8-1-1775; engaged 4-24-1775; service 14 weeks 1 day; also, company return endorsed “October the 9 1775"; age, 34 yrs; also, resolve dated 3-18-1776, appointing officers of Gloucester Cos raised for defence of seacoast; said Low appointed 1st Lieutenant, Capt, Giddin’s (Gloucester) Co, in the room of Jabez Lane who had joined the Continental Army; reported commissioned 3-18-1776; also, 1st Lieutenant, Capt. Daniel Gidding’s Co, Col. Joseph Foster’s regt; engaged 2-18-1776; discharged 11-18-1776; service 8 mos 29 days; company stationed at Gloucester for defence of seacoast; also, Lieutenant, Capt. David Low’s (3rd) Co, Col. Jonathan Cogswell’s regt; return of train band and alarm list, dated 4-30-1778; said Low reported as belonging to the alarm list. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1024. Ebenezer Low (Mass) 1st Lt. of Little’s Mass regt, April 14 - Dec 1775. || Historical Register of Officers of the Continental Army During the War of the Revolution, April 1775 - December 1783, Francis Heitman, 1914, p. 358.


Ebenezer Lowe, 3 males 16+, 1 males-16, 4 females, Ipswich, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 76.


Ebenezer Lowe, Captain, widower, aged 40 yrs, shipmaster, son of Ebenezer and Susan Lowe, intended marriage in Rockport, MA on 7-5-1845 to Abigail Low of Essex, aged 25, daughter of -----, of Essex.[See Abigail Low] || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p.64.~


Ebenezer Story Low, son of Caleb and Sarah Low, was born 4-7-1815. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 17.~


Ebenezer Lowe, Lieut., widower, died of old age or senile mortification, in Rockport, MA 3-30-1849, aged 80 yrs [82yrs according to to Bible in possession of Mrs. Betsey G. Gott] || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p.103.~ Ebenezer Lowe, Lieut. His widow, Susan A. (Susannah, according to First Congregational Church records) died in Rockport, MA of Palsy, 3-24-1848, aged 72 yrs. || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p.103.~


Ebenezer Low. (Also given Ebenezer Low, Jr.) Receipt dated Sanford, 2-7-1781, for bounty paid said Low by Capt. Morgan Lewis, on behalf of the town of Sanford, to service in the Continental Army for the term of 3 years. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1024.


Edgar Lowe11 (Edward10, Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). Obituary: “EDGAR (HAP) LOWE DIES TUESDAY IN JOLIET HOSPITAL. Lyndle Lowe of Pittsfield received word yesterday of the death of his brother, Edgar (Hap) Lowe of Lockport, which occurred at 3 a.m., Tuesday, May 6, 1969 in a Joliet hospital. ¶ Funeral services are pending at Goodale Funeral Home, Lockport. It is presently believed that they will be held Tuesday. ¶ Mr. Lowe is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Ted Birdsell, Jr of Jacksonville, and two granchildren, besides the above-mentioned brother.” || The Pike Press, Pittsfield, IL, Wednesday, May 7, 1969.~


Edith G. Lowe of York, aged 19 yrs at Nov. 1891, born in York, daughter of John M. Lowe & Susan (Fernald) Lowe intended marriage 11-7-1891 to Frank J. Cook of Hyde Park, MA, aged 25, born Dorchester, MA (son of Jacob Cook & Elizabeth (Holmes) Cook). Married cert. 11-17-1891; Married at York, 12-24-1891 by J.H. Trask, Cl. Vital Records of York, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 123 (1969), p. 235.~


Edmund Low, 2 males 16+, 3 males -16, 5 females, Leominster, Worcester Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 226.


Edmund Augustus Lowe. Died at Canton. Was a son of Edward and Sally (Johnson) Lowe. Married to Susan Elizabeth Withington (b. 7-5-1828) in December 1851. He had the following children: 1) Susan Ella Lowe (b. 4-18-1856; m. 5-26-1878 ___Smith); 2) Florence Withington Lowe (b.3-22-1858; died, unmarried 10-2-1916); 3) Mary Emma (b.12-17-1859; m. 11-9-1900 ___ Hunt); 4) Horace Wales Lowe (b.3-20-1862; m. in June 1883 _____); 5) Annie L. Lowe (b.4-4-1864; unmarried); 6) Lillian Annie Lowe (b.7-7-1867; d.5-2-1877); 7) Harriet Gertrude Lowe (b.9-20-1871; m.9-14-1898, ____Kendall) || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 75 (1921, p. 261.~


Edward West Low, son of Caleb and Betsey (Osborn) Low, died 9-15-1831. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 2. Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 404.~ Edward West Low, son of Caleb and Betsey (Osborn) Low, was born 7-19-1830. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 1. Births, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 214.~


Edward Low, Captain. PIRATE. On 5-8-1723, two pirate sloops, the Ranger and Fortune, Capt. Edward Low commanding, with a record of several piracies, captured the 100 ton vessel Amsterdam Merchant (valued at £1,000), John Welland, Boston, master. After plundering her, wounding and cutting off the Captain’s right ear with a cutlas, the pirates sunk the vessel. A month later they stripped a Virginia sloop. The following day the sloop fell in with His Britannic Majesty’s 20-gun ship Greyhound, commanded by Capt. Peter Solgard, and reported that the pirates had sailed north toward Block Island. Three days later, 10 June, the Greyhound caught up with them fourteen leagues south of the east end of Long Island. The pirates, mistakenly taking the Greyhound for a merchantman, immediately gave chase, ran up the black flag and opened fire. After an hour’s battle, finding that they were getting the worst of it, they attempted to escape. Captain Solgard followed in pursuit. In the second engagement the Greyhound got between the pirates and succeeded in so disabling the Ranger, under command of Charles Harris, that it surrendered. Seven men were wounded on the Greyhound. The Ranger was taken to Newport together with its crew of thirty-six men, many of whom were wounded. ¶ Thiry-five men were tried; 28 were sentenced to be hung, and seven found not guilty. The average age of the condemned pirates was about 28. Four of the condemned pirates were born in New England. William Blades testified he was 28 years of age, born in Rhode Island, and that about August 1722 he was forced on board the pirate sloop by Capt. Low; that he never signed the pirate articles; that he had £10 or £12 with him when his ship was taken, and that he never shared it. Daniel Hyde, 23 years old, was born in Virginia, and Francis Laughlin, 29 years old, was born in New York. Thomas Powell, 21 years old, was born at Wethersfield, Conn. All the rest of the convicted pirates were Englishmen, born in England, with the exception of John Fitz-Gerald, 21 years old, born in County Limerick, Ireland, and Owen Rice, 27 years old, born in South Wales. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Early Rehoboth Families and Events, Vol 96 (1942), p. 357.


Edward Lowe10 (Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). “Ed Lowe and two children of Aurora, Nebraska, came back to Pike County last week to again make their home on their farm near Sunny Hill.” || Pike County Democrat, Pittsfield, IL, Jan 17, 1923.~


Edward P. Low, son of Henry T. (a freighter) and Rachel Low, was born in Rockport, MA on 7-1-1849. || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 28.~


Edward Low, York. [BL: Father of Rachel] Sergeant, Capt. Johnson Moulton’s (York) Co. of Minute-men, which marched probably in response to the alarm of 4-19-1775; enlisted 4-21-1775; service 4 days; also, Ensign, Capt. Jonathan Nowell’s Co, Col. James Scammon’s regt; return of officers; ordered in Provincial Congress at Watertown, 6-2-1775, that commissions be delivered said officers except to those captains who had already received them; also, Ensign, Capt. Jonathan Nowell’s Co, Col James Scammon’s (30th) regt; muster roll dated 8-1-1775; engaged 5-2-1775; service, 3 mos 7 days; also, company return (probably Oct 1775), including abstract of pay to last of July, 1775. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1024.~ Edward Low (Mass) Sgt. In Lexington alarm of April 1775. 2nd Lt. of Scammon’s Mass regt May 1775 to Aug 1775. || Historical Register of Officers of the Continental Army During the War of the Revolution, April 1775 - December 1783, Francis Heitman, 1914, p. 358.~


Edward A. Low marr 3-15-1837 Sarah M. Thomas. Intention also recorded. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol III - Marriages, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 617.~


Edward Allen Low was born 9-26-1817, son of Seth and Mary (Porter) Low. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 530.~


Edward Porter Low was born 3-1-1814, son of Seth and Mary (Porter) Low. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 530.~ Edward Porter Low died 1-18-1815, aged 10 months. son of Seth and Mary (Porter) Low. [First Church record] || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol V - Deaths, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 408.~


Edward Low, Ens, MA. R: York; lS || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 492.


Edward Lowe, son of Nathaniel, was baptised 2-12-1743/44. (Church record, Fourth Church, now Second of West Newbury) || Vital Records of Newbury Massachusetts to the end of the Year 1849, Vol 1, Births, Essex Institute, Salem, 1911, p. 289.~


Edward Low2 (B: 4-28-1826), son of Joseph Low1. Married Susan J. Raynes (B: 5-24-1827) and had a son, Edward F. Low3 (B: 1-18-1852). Susan J. Raynes was the daughter of Francis Raynes (B: 5-22-1786; son of Daniel Raynes) who married Susan H. Bellamy (B: Kittery, 3-23-1784) of Kittery on 12-5-1822. Susan J. Raynes had siblings: Elizabeth C. (B: 1823); Lucy A. (B: 1830); Almira (B: 1832); Daniel (B: 1837; D: 1842); Charles Wesley (B: 1840). Vital Records of York, ME. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 113 (1959), p. 125. ¶ Edward Low married 11-22-1850 Miss Susan J. Raynes of York. Vital Records of York, Maine || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 120 (1966), p. 64.~


Edward Low, 1 males 16+, 3 males -16, 3 females, Partridge Field. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 31.


Edward West Low, son of Caleb and Betsey (Osborn) Low, died 7-24-1842. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 2. Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 404.~ Edward West Low, son of Caleb and Betsey (Osborn) Low, was born 12-23-1841. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 1. Births, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 214.~


Eleanor Low, daughter of John and Susanna Low was baptised 7-2-1748 at 1st Church of Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.75 (1921), p.122.~


Eleanor Loe/Lowe and Thomas Lawreson, on 8-26-1691, in Boston, were married. || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, 1985, Clarence Almon Torrey, page 456.~


Eleazer Lowe, 2 males 16+, 0 males-16, 4 females, Ipswich, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 76.


Elezabeth (Elizabeth) Low. Ca. 1692. Daughter of Anthony Low of Bristol County, Maine. See notes on Anthony Low. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Bristol County Probate Records, Vol. 62 (1908), p. 181-182.~


Elezebath Lowe baptised 7-16-1650 in Hingham, MA. Entry is part of The Hobart Journal. The Hobart Journal spans roughly the first century of the colonial history if Hingham, a settlement on Bear Cove, south of Boston in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. While the first entry records the arrival in Charlestown from England of the Rev. Peter Hobart with his wife and four children, 6-8-1635, there is only one other entry before 1637 which suggests that the latter marks the beginning of the Journal. David Hobart of Hingham continued the Journal after the death of his father (1-20-1679) for another third of a century. The Journal is now in the possession of the Mass. Historical Society. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 121 (1967), p. 23.~


Elias Lowe, 1 males 16+, 2 males-16, 4 females, Ipswich, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 73.


Elijah Low of Shapleigh intended marriage 2-29-1824 to Miss Hannah W. Lord of Waterborough. || Vital Records of Waterborough, Maine, New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 90 (1936), p. 326.~


Elijah Low. From the 1800 census of Frankfort, Maine, part of Hancock County, Maine in 1800. Frankfort, now in Waldo County, was settled about 1760 and incorporated in 1789. Originally of great area, the later towns of Prospect, Winterport, Hampden, and parts of Belfast, Searsport, and Stockton were included in its boundaries. In the “Back Settlement called Goshen”, 2 males and 2 females in household. Head of house between 26-45.Could be the brother of Daniel Low of Hancock County and son of Thomas Low of Hancock County - just a guess| || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 105 (1951), p. 281~


Elisabeth Low and Thomas Williams were married 4-29-1762. || Vital Records of Newbury Massachusetts to the end of the Year 1849, Vol 2, Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, 1911, p. 299.~ Elisabeth Low, daughter of Nathaniel and Abigail Low, was born 3-?-1739. || Vital Records of Newbury Massachusetts to the end of the Year 1849, Vol 1, Births, Essex Institute, Salem, 1911, p. 289.~


Elisabeth O. Low, daughter of Caleb and Betsey (Osborne) Low, was born 1-6-1827. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 1. Births, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 214.~


Elisabeth Low (Bapt. Ipswich 4-11-1762; Bur at Beverly 4-20-1782) intended marriage at Ipswich 5-31-1777 to James Eveleth (B:1751/52; D: New Sharon, ME 1-22-1834 per Pension Roll of 1835). James Eveleth’s second wife (married her at Beverly 7-22-1783) was Elizabeth Williams (Died at Industry, ME 4-25-1814). James’ parents were James Eveleth and Sarah (Harris) Eveleth. See Joseph Low for Eveleth connection. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 135 (1981), p. 104-105.~


Elisabeth Ann Low married 9-24-1843 William Kemlo, both of Boston. Service by Rev. William Jenks, DD, of Green Street Congregational Church. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 90 (1936), p. 109.~Elizabeth Ann Low, daughter of David Low and Rebecca B. was baptized 5-2-1819. (Boston?) || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 92 (1938), p. 351.~


Elisabeth Low of New Bedford, Bristol County, changed her name TO Catherine Low. 8-4-1882. || List of Persons Whose Names Have Been Changed in Massachusetts, 1780-1892, Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, 1972, p. 250.


Elisha Low, son of Richard Low, on 1-14-1789 (there were two different entries with these same two names...) was baptised at the South Church of Portsmouth, NH by Rev. Samuel Haven || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.82 (1928), p.47.~


Elisha Low, son of Richard Low, on 9-7-1800 (there were two different entries with these same two names...) was baptised at the South Church of Portsmouth, NH by Rev. Samuel Haven || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.82 (1928), p.47.~


Eliza Low, daughter of Daniel and Annes, was born 7-1-1802. || Vital Records of Manchester Massachusetts to the End of Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1903, 86.~


Eliza Low intended marriage to Jesse Wilson 9-22-1827. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 2. Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 170.~


Eliza Low, daughter of Edward Low and Eliza, his wife, was born 2-15-1719. City Document #43. || Boston Births, Baptisms, Marriages, and Deaths, 1700-1800, William S. Appleton, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1978, p. 138. ~


Elizabeth Low int marr 3-24-1738/39 to William McElroy of Boston. || Vital Records of Kingston, Plymouth County, MA to the year 1850, Kingston Marriages, p. 251.~


Elizabeth S. Low, widow of Capt. Hiram Newcomb, was born 1-22-1826. Grave record. || Vital Records of Situate, Plymouth County, MA to the year 1850, Vol 1 Births, p. 240.~


Elizabeth Lowe, on 1-20-1817, aged 49 yrs (Cancer) - Funeral service (not nec. date of death) was held on this date by Rev. Nathan Parker of the Church of Portsmouth, NH || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.83 (1929), p.34-35.~


Elizabeth Low, daughter of Jonathan Low, was baptised 12-22-1745 at the South Church of Portsmouth, NH (Rev. John Emerson - Minister) || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.81 (1927), p.446.~


Elizabeth Low. Married on 11-2-1773 Lawrence Costigan in Winslow, ME. They later resided in Clinton, ME. Lawrence Costigan took up north settlers lot on the east bank of the Sebasticook River in Great Lot K2 about 1777. Costigan’s family in 1790 consisted of two males over 16 and two females. Although listed as a part of Hancock Plantation, the lot was actually outside the bounds of the town of Clinton when it was incorporated. He sold 400 acres in Sept. 1792 to John Marshall, and in December 1793, 150 acres more to the south of Marshall’s lot to Samuel Reed. In July 1794 Costigan sold his last piece of land to Samuel Reed, containing 180 acres, having previously sold 20 acres of this last lot to John Gray. This lot was east of the Sebasticook River and joined on the north by proprietor’s lot owned by Johnathan Reed of Woolwich. Costigan went to Bangor in 1795, in 1796 to Sunhaise, now Costigan Station, near Costigan Brook, where he became the first settler. || (Provided by Eric Bitner) History of Clinton, Maine. By Major General Carleton Edward Fisher. Printed by KJ Printing, Augusta, ME, p. 42-43.~


Elizabeth Low, WIDOW, died 6-8-1834, aged 91-2 yr. church record. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.


Elizabeth Lowe and Moses Damrell, on 11-24-1822, were married by Rev. Nathan Parker of the Church of Portsmouth, NH || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.83 (1929), p.25.~


Elizabeth Low was born 1795. Harmony grove cemetery record. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 530.


Elizabeth Low, aged 78, U.S. Census of 1850. (BL: she would have been born @1772). Clinton, ME || Unknown source. From a book, page heading "Clinton Births". Provided by Erik Bittner, p. 82~


Elizabeth Low married Amos Wheeler (2nd marr. 1st to Mary Low) at Fitchburg, MA on 3-12-1829. || The Genealogical and Encyclopedic History of the Wheeler Family in America, American College of Genealogy, Albert Wheeler, Jr., Boston, MA, 1914, p. 752.~


Elizabeth Low married Daniel Hartwell, both of Danvers, 4-30-1835. Church record. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 46.~ Elizabeth Low and Daniel Hartwell were married at Essex April 1835. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 2. Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 170.~


Elizabeth Low. The following are listed as Congregationalists at the Union Church (Baptist) of Mercer. Year unknown. Photocopies of pages provided from Erik Bittner. Elizabeth Low, Elwin Augustus Low, Ephraim Low, Hannah Low, Henry Low, James Low, James K. Low, Lucy Low, Martha Low. || Unknown work. History of Mercer, ME?, pgs. 236-237.


Elizabeth Low married Jonathan Howard 5-24-1690 in Hull. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register~


Elizabeth Low, daughter of Richard Low, on 2-25-1798 was baptised at the South Church of Portsmouth, NH by Rev. Samuel Haven || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.82 (1928), p.47.~


Elizabeth Low, daughter of Obediah Low was baptized: 3-15-1760 at First Church of Dorchester, MA || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 68 (1914), pg 225.~


Elizabeth Low, daughter of Stephen and Alice Low, was born in Warwick, RI 6-14-1726. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 188.~


Elizabeth Low married John Parker in Warwick, RI 11-6-1744. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 80.~


Elizabeth K. Lowe married Selah Perham 1-27-1850 in Cumberland, RI || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 3. - Cumberland, 1892, p. 45.~


Elizabeth (Howland) Low is mentioned in the will of one Arthur Howland, Sr. The Will was exhibited to the court at Plymouth on 3-7-1675. She inherited £10. Elizabeth’s siblings were: Arthur Howland, Jr, Mary Williamson (had son: Timothy Williamson), Martha Damon. Elizabeth’s mother was Margaret. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 104 (1950), p.222-223.~


Elizabeth Low (B: 1736; D: 10-25-1819) was married on 1-1-1756 to Nathaniel Kimball5(John4, Caleb3, Caleb2, Richard1) (B: Ipswich, MA 7-8-1733; D: 10-25-1819). Nathaniel was a farmer and resided in Ipswich, MA. He was deacon in the church. Their children: Nathaniel6 (B:1-28-1759; D: 8-2-1820) of Ipswich; David6 (B: 12-22-1760; D: 1-7-1761); Jonathan6 (B: 8-1-1762; D: 7-13-1820); Elizabeth6 (B: 12-30-1767; D: 4-20-1849; m:10-12-1788, Joseph Lord); James6 (B: 8-9-1770; D: 4-16-1828); Sarah6 (B: 3-21-1773; D: 4-23-1849; m: 9-22-1798, Capt. Ammi Rhuhamma Smith of Gloucester); Lucy6 (B: 4-7-1776; D: 12-3-1868; M: April 1809, Edmund Coffin of Newbury); Aaron6 (B: 7-30-1779; D:9-14-1779); Moses6 (B: 7-30-1779; D: 12-23-1867) || History of the Kimball Family in America, From 1634 to 1897, and of its Ancestors The Kemballs or Kemboldes of England, Leonard Morrison, Damrell & Upham, Boston, 1897, p. 192.~


Elizabeth Emma Lowe married on 7-10-1928 in Groton, MA one Frederick Goddard May (B: Dorchester, MA 2-18-1861; D: Groton, MA 2-14-1954). Frederick was the son of Frederick Warren Goddard May (B: Boston, MA 12-4-1821; D: Dorchester, MA 5-28-1904) who married in Dorchester, MA 1-12-1859 Martha Rand Morse (B: Boston, 9-21-1827). Elizabeth Emma Lowe was the daughter of Robert Henry Lowe and Henrietta Margaret Lowe, of Calais, ME. Elizabeth Emma’s husband had been married prior to Elizabeth to Mary Dewese Frazee (B: 9-14-1864; D: 2-4-1928). || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 109 (1955), p. 66.~


Elizabeth Wilson Low. Maiden name Wilson - daughter of Dr. John Wilson. Mentioned in the Will of Dr. John Wilson (Born in Medfield, June 18, 1660, died Braintree 1728.) Dr. Wilson died intestate and on December 26-1728, his estate was divided eaually among his granchildren John and margaret Wilson (children of his eldest son, Rev. John Wilson, Jr, deceased), and his children, Roger and Edmund Wilson, Sarah Marsh, Elizabeth Low, Alice Belcher, and Mary Baxter (Suffolk Co. Probate, Vol xxvii, fol. 5.) Elizabeth was born in Medfield, 10-31-1689 and married Samuel Low about 1722. Her mother was Sarah Newton. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 61 (1907), p. 129.~


Elizabeth Low (daughter of Reynes Lowe of Clifton, County Buckingham) married 8-31-1620 Edmund Bressey (Bapt. 7-8-1599). Elizabeth Low was buried at Wooten 4-28-1636 and Edmund Bressey was buried there 4-12-1638, having died 4-10-1638. Elizabeth and Edmund had children: Edmund Bressey (Bapt. Wooten, 2-10-1624; Died aged 17 in 1641); Constance (Bapt. Wooten, 6-16-1621) married 7-4-1643 at All Hallows, Bread St., London to Francis Saunders; Mary (Bapt. Wooten, 5-5-1623) married ?? Waller before 1652; Elizabeth (Bapt. Wooten, 5-24-1626); Henry (Buried Wooten, 12-10-1666) who married Elizabeth Lea; John; Francis; and Martha. Edmund Bressy (Elizabeth Low’s Husb) had siblings: Catherine (Bapt. Maulden, 3-9-1596) married Rev. Robert Risley on 5-21-1622 at Kempston, County of Bedford; Thomas (Bapt. Maulden, 11-8-1601); John (Bapt. Maulden, 12-18-1603); Lucretia; Robert; Constance; Ralph; Amphyllis; Richard (Buried at Wooten, 3-27-1622). Edmund Bressey’s (Eliz. Low’s Husb) parents were: Edmund Bressey (Bapt. St. Dionis Backchurch, London, 12-16-1568) who married 12-29-1595 Constance Shepard (daughter of Thomas and Amphyllis (Chamberlain) Shepard of Maulden, Co. Of Bedford) See Margaret Low, daughter Reynes Lowe. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 112 (1958), p. 38-40.~


Elizabeth Abbot Low, daughter of General Joseph Low, died at Concord, NH 9-6-1825, aged 9 yrs. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 92 (1938), p. 312.~


Elizabeth P. Lowe and Theodore Kittridge (of Epping), on 10-14-1823, were married by Rev. Nathan Parker of the Church of Portsmouth, NH || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.83 (1929), p.25.~


Elizabeth Low marr Asa Bicknell 6-25-1769 in Barrington, RI. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages, and Deaths, A Family Registry For The People, James N. Arnold, Providence, RI, Narragansett Historical Pub. Co, 1894, p. 13.~


Elizabeth Low, daughter of Job and Sarah Low, baptised 6-26-1743 at 1st Church of Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.75 (1921), p.120.~


Ellen Porter Low was born 5-7-1827, daughter of Seth and Mary (Porter) Low. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 530.~


Elwin Augustus Low. The following are listed as Congregationalists at the Union Church (Baptist) of Mercer. Year unknown. Photocopies of pages provided from Erik Bittner. Elizabeth Low, Elwin Augustus Low, Ephraim Low, Hannah Low, Henry Low, James Low, James K. Low, Lucy Low, Martha Low. || Unknown work. History of Mercer, ME?, pgs. 236-237.


Emily Crosby Low was married to William Benjamin Bacon7 (B:1823; D: 1905). They had a son, Robert Bacon8 (1860-1919) who married Martha Cowdin; and begat Gaspar Griswold Bacon9 (B: Jamaica Plain, Boston, MA 3-7-1886; D: Dedham, MA 12-25-1947). William B. Bacon7's ancestry is as follows: Daniel Carpenter Bacon6 (1787-1856) marr. Desire Taylor Gorham; Ebenezer Bacon5 (1756-1811) marr Rebecca Jenkins; Edward Bacon4 (1714-1783) marr. Patience Marston; Deacon Samuel Bacon3 (B: 1682) marr. Sarah Allyn; Nathaniel Bacon2 (B: England; D: 1691) marr. Sarah Hinckley; and Nathaniel Bacon1 (B: England) arrived in New England 1639 settled in Barnstable, MA and married in 1642 Hannah Mayo. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 102 (1948), p. 145.~


Emily Low, d. of Francis and Mary Jane, a. 14 y. u.s.c. " 1850 census. Clinton, ME || Unknown source. From a book, page heading "Clinton Births". Provided by Erik Bittner, p. 82~


Emily H. Low died 3-20-1840, aged 16 months, of dropsy, daughter of Elijah and Hannah Low [Charter Street Cemetery] || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol V - Deaths, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 408.~


Emily Low, Miss, of Clinton, ME and Charles M. Chase, of Fairfield, ME, married 12-18-1855. || Provided by Eric Bittner. Unknown source. Page heading “Clinton Marriages”, page 232.~


Emory M. Low, son of Nathaniel (a carpenter) and Agnes, was born 3-29-1849 in Roxbury, MA. || Vital Records of Roxbury, MA, To The End Of The Year 1849, Vol 1 - Births, The Essex Institute, 1925, p. 219.~


Enoch Louis Lowe was governor of Maryland 1851-1854 || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 67 (1913), p.192.~


Enoch Low married Elizabeth M. Burnham on 6-14-1824. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 46.~


Enoch Low. His widow, Anna, died in childbirth 10-28-1823, aged 33 yrs. (aged 35 yrs according to cemetery inscriptions). || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.~


Ephraim Ward Low, son of Joseph and Sarah Low, was born 5-22-1800. City Document #43. || Boston Births, Baptisms, Marriages, and Deaths, 1700-1800, William S. Appleton, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1978, p. 348.~


Ephraim Low, Jr, Lieut. Married Hannah Cane on 7-10-1814 || Maine Historical and Genealogical Recorder, Vol II, 1885, p. 111.~ Ephraim Lowe (of Sanford, ME, D: 2-1-1859) was married to Hannah Kaime (Born in Barnstead, NH, Died: 5-20-1869). See ‘IVORY LOWE’ notes. || Biographical Review Vol. XXIX, Containing Life Sketches of Leading Citizens of Somerset, Piscataquis, Hancock, Washington, and Aroostook Counties, Maine. Biographical Review Publishing Co, Boston. 1898. Pgs 522-523.~


Ephraim Lowe, Jr. Born Sanford 1748; Died Mercer 1834; Index of Revolutionary Veterans buried in Maine || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 493.~


Ephraim Low. The following are listed as Congregationalists at the Union Church (Baptist) of Mercer. Year unknown. Photocopies of pages provided from Erik Bittner. Elizabeth Low, Elwin Augustus Low, Ephraim Low, Hannah Low, Henry Low, James Low, James K. Low, Lucy Low, Martha Low. || Unknown work. History of Mercer, ME?, pgs. 236-237.


Ephraim Lowe, son of Ephraim and Hannah Lowe of Sanford, ME. Died 1886. See “IVORY LOWE” notes. || Biographical Review Vol. XXIX, Containing Life Sketches of Leading Citizens of Somerset, Piscataquis, Hancock, Washington, and Aroostook Counties, Maine. Biographical Review Publishing Co, Boston. 1898. Pgs 522-523.~


Ephraim Low. Patriotic Service; R: Sanford, Town Records-S1, p6. || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 492.


Ephriam Low, Jr. of Mercer, ME. Intention of marriage to Miss Hannah Osborn of Rome. 10-15-1846. || Unknown source. Provided by Eric Bittner~.


Esbel Crosby Low, daughter of John T. and Nancy Low, was born 3-19-1799. City Document #43. || Boston Births, Baptisms, Marriages, and Deaths, 1700-1800, William S. Appleton, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1978, p. 347.~


Esther Low, daughter of William and Abigail Low, was baptised 6-15-1728 at 1st Church of Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.75 (1921), p.116.~


Eugene B. Lowe changed his name TO Eugene B. Lee due to adoption. Attleborough, Bristol County, MA. 6-3-1881. || List of Persons Whose Names Have Been Changed in Massachusetts, 1780-1892, Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, 1972, p. 244.


Eunice Low, daughter of Jedidiah and Hannah Low, on 7-13-1777 was baptised at the First Church of Christ is Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 76 (1922), p.186.~


Eunice Low, daughter of Job and Eunice Low, on 8-2-1791 was baptised at the First Church of Christ is Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 76 (1922), p.253.~


Eunice Lowe and Jacob Lufkin of Ipswich were married 5-13-1762. Intention was also recorded. || Vital Records of Newbury Massachusetts to the end of the Year 1849, Vol 2, Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, 1911, p. 300.~ Eunice Low, daughter of Nathaniel and Abigail Low, was born May 1737. || Vital Records of Newbury Massachusetts to the end of the Year 1849, Vol 1, Births, Essex Institute, Salem, 1911, p. 289.~


Eunice Low, of Ipswich, married John Haskall, at Ipswich 2-19-1748. Intention also recorded. || Vital Records of Manchester Massachusetts to the End of Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1903, 194.~


Eunice Lowe, 0 males 16+, 0 males-16, 2 females, Ipswich, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 76.


Ezekiel Low, Rhode Island. Volunteer, on board the armed ship “Deane,” commanded by Capt. Elisha Hinman; descriptive list of officers and crew, dated Boston, Nov. -, 1780; age 16 yrs; occupation, mariner; complexion, dark; reported as belonging to Rhode Island. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1024.


Fannie Low married Henry C. Barton (B:1832) of Bloomsburg, PA. Henry’s siblings were: Erastus (B:1818); John (1834-1904); Anna E. (B:1831); William (B:1836); Mary H. (B:1839); Susanna (B:1841); Charles F. (B:1843); and Florence (B:1847). Henry’s parents were: Cyrus Barton (B: Bloomburg, PA 5-3-1796; D: Bloomsburg, PA, 1862) and mother, Catherine Brewer (B: 1802). || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 107 (1953), p.211.~


Florence Withington Lowe (b.3-22-1858; died, unmarried 10-2-1916), daughter of Edmund Augustus Lowe (died at Canton) and Susan Elizabeth Withington (b. 7-5-1828) || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 75 (1921, p. 261. ~


Forrest Hugo Lowe10 (Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1), Obituary: “FORREST LOWE, BUSINESS MAN, DIES THURSDAY. Exactly one week after he suffered a cerebral hemorrhage, Forrest Lowe died at 7:15 Thursday morning at the Illini Hospital. His condition was critical all during his illness but he seemed to improve the first of the week and hopes were established for his recovery, but complications developed which caused his death. ¶ Requiem mass was held at 9 o’clock Saturday morning from St. Mary’s Church in charge of Rev. E. J. Scanlan. Although not a member of St. Mary’s, he had received the last sacraments of the Church on the preceding Tuesday when he had regained consciousness and had seemed to be so much better. Rev. Scanlan paid a beautiful tribute to his life of usefulness in the community, and also spoke of his own personal friendship for Mr. Lowe. Interment was in the West Cemetery in charge of the American Legion, who gave their usual ritual and fired a salute over the grave. Pallbearers were Gus Kientzle, William Grisham, Elmer Lowe, Hayward Lowe, David and Thomas Rhodes. ¶ Forrest Lowe was born October 7, 1899, the son of Mary Culver and Bingham Lowe, who lived northeast of town. His great-grandfather, James Lowe, came here in 1839 [BL: Wrong. 1836] from Brighton, ME., and built the old Lowe homestead, the abandoned brick house which still stands east of Sunny Hill Church. ¶ When quite a young man he went to Texas, and was out west a year or more. When war was declared in 1917, he enlisted in the Marines, but was not called into service until September 27, 1917. He was in training at Paris Island, S.C., and later at Quantico, Va. ¶ He served in the 11th Regiment on the U.S.S. Mississippi and saw action with the American Expeditionary Forces. Forrest received a shrapnel wound in the shoulder and was brought home on a hospital ship, and for several months was a patient in a hospital at Pelham Boy, N.Y. Later he was sent to Great Lakes where he received his discharge May 10, 1919. ¶ After he regained his health, Forrest and his brother, Paul, established a tire and battery shop in Evanston which they operated several years. Shortly before entering service he met Miss Joanne Quigley, and they corresponded until his return home. Later on August 13, 1921 they were married and lived in Evanston until 1927 when they moved to Pittsfield to operate a filling station and tire repair shop. The family has since made their home here with the exception of one winter spent in Tucson, Arizona, for the benefit of Mr. Lowe’s health. ¶ Last September Mrs. Lowe and three daughters, Mildred, Kathleen and Barbara, returned to Tucson so the two older girls might attend the University of Arizona, and Barbara, 13, was enrolled at St. Peter and Paul School. Business matters detained him here longer than he expected, but he had made definite plans to go to Tucson on May 26, and even had his travelers checks purchased when he was stricken. Mrs. Lowe says she is undecided about any plans for the future and does not know whether she will return to Tucson or remain in this city. ¶ Mr. Lowe is also survived by six brothers: Frank, of Williston, N.D.; Doss, Melvindale, Mich; Edward, Lee and Arthur of this city; and Paul, of Chicago. Two sisters preceded him in death. [BL: Aunt Pearl and Aunt Lennie] ¶ Mr. Lowe took and active part in affairs of the community. In addition to operating his tire shop and other businesses, he was farmer and a special investigator of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. He had served as Commander of the American Legion, and was a member of the Masonic Lodge. Forrest was always ready and willing to assist in any civic enterprise, and his wide circle of friends in the community extend their deepest sympathy to the family.” || Pike County Democrat-Times, Pittsfield, IL, Pittsfield, IL, June 2, 1943.~


Forrest Hugo Lowe10 (Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) Joanne Lowe. Funeral services for a former Pittsfield resident, Mrs Joanne Lowe of Washington, D. C., were held at 10 a.m. Saturday at St Mary's Catholic church here with Rev Herman J. Niebrugge officiating. Interment was in West cemetery, Pittsfield. ¶ Mrs Lowe, 71, died unexpectedly Monday morning, Sept. 7, 1970 in George Washington hospital in Washington, D.C. where she was rushed after suffering a brain hemorrhage the previous day while attending a special exhibition of paintings at the National Gallery in Washington She never regained consciousness, following the attack. ¶ Born Feb. 2, 1899 at Wexford, Ireland, Joanne Quigley was the daughter of Michael and Ellen Burns Quigley. The family came lo America in 1906, settling in Chicago. Joanne was educated in a convent in Quebec, where her uncle was the bishop. ¶ On Aug. 13, 1921, in Chicago, she was married to Forrest Lowe. They made their home in Evanston where he was in business until 1926, when they came to Pittsfield. ¶ In 1939, because of Mr Lowe's ill health, the family started spending the winters in Arizona. He died May 27, 1943, when the family was in the process of moving his business interests to Arizona. ¶ Mrs Lowe and family resided there while the daughters attended the University of Arizona, then, in 1954 she moved to Washington, D.C. where she continued to reside until her death. ¶ She is survived by three daughters, Mrs Paul Tomkins of Horseheads, N.Y. Mrs Kenneth Howden of London, England and Mrs Richard Holley of Formosa. There are nine grandchildren and two step grandchildren. ¶ Also surviving are three sisters and one brother: Mrs Ed Muller of Wisconsin Dells, WI., Mrs Helen Stewart, Mrs Dolly Taylor and Patrick Quigley, all of Chicago. || The Pike Press. Undated clipping. Johanna Lowe died 9/7/70.~ Forrest Hugo Lowe10 (Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) Pittsfield's Largest Maple Tree Cut Down. Landmark on State Highway splendid shade tree sacrificed to progress. ¶ Pittsfield's largest and most beautiful maple tree fell to the ground with a mighty crash at four o'clock Wednesday afternoon. The work I that it took nature years to perform I was destroyed in a few short hours by man. ¶ This immense tree stood on thee Patterson lot on East Washington street, recently purchased by Forrest Lowe of Chicago who will build a filling station and battery shop' there. The tree was near the wires of the C. I. P. S. Co., and the Telephone Company and both companies sent a force of men to help fall the tree in such a manner that it would not fall on the wires. The trunk; of the tree was more than five feet in diameter and very tall and had. exceptionally large spreading limbs. ¶ Many people gathered to see the tree fall and it is doubtful if the cutting of a tree in this city ever caused so much comment. Quite a number of people asked Mr. Lowe if it wasn't possible for him to let the tree stand. Several ladies took steps to see if there was any legal way to prevent the cutting of this fine maple. Mr. Lowe stated that he regretted cutting the tree and certainly would not have cut it if it had been at all possible to build his shop without doing so. He also stated that the tree was old and that it would only be a few years until it would die and it would be a very expensive task to remove it after the building was erected. ¶ It is certainly a shame to destroy so fine a tree. We are reminded of the poet who said: I think that I shall never see; A poem lovely as a tree.; A tree where hungry mouth is prest; Against the earth's sweet flowering breast; A tree that looks at God all day, ; And lifts her leafy arms to pray; A tree that may in summer wear; A nest of robins in her hair; Upon whose bosom snow has lain; Who intimately lives with rain; Poems are made by fools like me; But only God can-make a tree. || The Pike Press. Undated clipping. Forrest died in 1943, so article appeared before then.~


Frances Low (D: June 1702, aged 70 yrs), is buried in New-Meadow Neck, Barrington, RI. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 48, p.444.~


Frances B. Low married James H. Coggeshall in Providence, RI 1-2-1844. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 2. - Providence, 1892, p. 114.~


Frances Low married Nudigate Adams in Barrington, RI in 1775. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages, and Deaths, A Family Registry For The People, James N. Arnold, Providence, RI, Narragansett Historical Pub. Co, 1894, p. 13.~


Francis Low was born 9-9-1819, son of (Deacon) Seth and Mary (Porter) Low. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 531.~


Francis Low, son of Francis (a merchant) and Susan Low, was born 12-2-1847 in Roxbury, MA. || Vital Records of Roxbury, MA, To The End Of The Year 1849, Vol 1 - Births, The Essex Institute, 1925, p. 219.~


Francis Low, Capt. died 8-1-1838, aged about 90 yrs. || Vital Records of Manchester Massachussetts to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1903, p. 274.~ Francis Low, Capt. His widow, Mary, died 9-26-1808, aged 70 yrs. || Vital Records of Manchester Massachusetts to the End of Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1903, 274.~


Francis Lowe, 1 males 16+, 2 males-16, 2 females, Ipswich, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 78.


Francis Lowe, 1 males 16+, 2 males-16, 1 females, Gloucester, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 71.


Francis Low, Capt. married Mary Cleaves on 7-10-1808. Church record. Intention also recorded. || Vital Records of Manchester Massachusetts to the End of Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1903, 194.~


Francis Low, JR (BL: son of Francis and Mary Jane) of Clinton, ME was born 3-20-1840. || Unknown source. From a book, page heading “Clinton Marriages”. Provided by Erik Bittner, p. 82~ Francis Low, Jr. of Clinton married Miss Annie J? Chadwick of Benton. 2-10-1861. || Provided by Eric Bittner. Unknown source. Page heading “Clinton Marriages”, page 232.~


Francis Low (B: 2-1-1806); D: 12-20-1855; buried in Forest Hills) married in 1832 to Susan Gilchrist. Francis was a member of Low & Company, Merchants. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 109 (1955), p. 160.~


Francis Low(e), unknwn home, but as he traveled the road from Swansey to Boston, was killed by lightning 7-15-1685, says an old diary. || Genealogical Dictionary of New England. James Savage, Genealogical Pub. Co, 1965, Vol III, p. 125.~ Francis Low. Residence not known. While on the road from Swansey to Boston, was killed by lightning 7-15-1685. || Genealogical Guide to the Early Settlers of America. Henry Whittemore, Louis H. Cornish Publisher, NY, p. 334.~


Francis Low changed his name TO Albert Everett Low. Manchester, 3-9-1831. || List of Persons Whose Names Have Been Changed in Massachusetts, 1780-1892, Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, 1972, p. 62.


Francis Low, son of Capt. Low, was BAPTISED 4-23-1809. church record. || Vital Records of Manchester Massachusetts to the End of Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1903, 86.~ Francis Low, son of Francis and Mary Low, was born 9-26-1808. || Vital Records of Manchester Massachusetts to the End of Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1903, 86.~


Francis Aaron Low was born 11-13-1836. [Bible record in the possession of Frank A. Low of Peabody]. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 531.


Francis Low married Jane Flood (BL: Mary Jane Flood), both of Clinton, ME. Intention: 9-5-1831. Cert issued: 8-27-1831. || Provided by Eric Bittner. Unknown source. Page heading “Clinton Marriages”, page 232.~ Francis Low, of Clinton, ME was born 6-13-1809. || Unknown source. From a book, page heading “Clinton Marriages”. Provided by Erik Bittner, p. 82~ Francis Low, died 5-24-1881, G.R.8. || Provided by Eric Bittner. Unknown source. Page heading “Clinton Deaths”, page 337.~ Mary J. Low, widow of Francis Low. Died 11-15-1881, G.R.8. || Provided by Eric Bittner. Unknown source. Page heading “Clinton Deaths”, page 337.~


Frank B. Lowe (D: 3-16-1864) married Frances Catherine Titus (B: Sutton, 2-6-1838; D: 1865). Catherine’s parents were: Merrick Titus (B:9-20-1808; D: Sutton, 3-22-1864 of smallpox) who married in Sutton on 1-19-1837 Patty Richardson (B: 1802; D: 1865; daughter of Benjamin Richardson). Frances Catherine’s grandparents were: Jonah Titus (B: Douglas, MA, 6-9-1770; D: Vernon, VT 4-23-1819) who married in Douglas, MA 12-10-1789 Sarah Smith. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 114 (1960), p. 175.~


Frank Low married Jane _____ of New Hampshire and Mass. His parents were Benjamin Franklin Low (B: Portsmouth, NH 5-13-1814) who married 1843 Delia Ebbets (Daugh. of Daniel and Ann (Stanbury) Ebbets). || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 134 (1980), p. 334.~


Frank M. Lowe10 (Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). Marriage announcement: “NEWBURG. Married, at Maysville on last Thursday, by Rev. Willstead, the United Brethren preacher, Mr. Frank Low (stet) and Miss Louella Hoos of this place. The boys made it lively for them in the evening by the jingle of bells and the awful roar of shot guns. A long and happy married life, is the wish of ....Wild Jim.” (BL: ‘Wild Jim’ is the author of the column.) || Pike County Democrat, Vol xxxvii, no 27, Pittsfield, IL, Wednesday, October 31, 1894.~


Frank M. Lowe11 (Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) Sister Dies in Williston; Was Pike Native. Word has been received here of the death of Mrs Luella Lowe, 92 of Williston who was a native of Pittsfield and was reared and educated here. Death occurred Thursday in a Williston hospital. She was a sister of Mrs Charles Fudge of Pittsfield. ¶ Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 8 in the First Methodist church at Williston with Rev. Cameraon Johnson officiating. Burial was in Riverview cemetery. ¶ Born Sept. 7, 1872 in Pittsfield, Luella Hoos was the daughter of George and Lena Kespohl Hoos. On Oct. 25, 1894 she was married, in Pittsfield, to Frank M. Lowe and they farmed near here until moving to a farm west of Williston in 1917. They continued to farm there until his death in 1953, at which time Mrs Lowe moved to Williston. ¶ For the past two years she had been a resident at Mercy hospital. ¶ She is survived by three daughters, Mrs H. C. (Neva) Lassen, Oak Park, and Mrs John (Valera) Howard and Mrs Max (Lena) Wochoski, both of Williston; three sons, Virgil E. Lowe, Ballantine, Mont., and Frank L. and Glen L., both of Williston; the sister, Mrs Fudge of Pittsfield; 16 grandchildren and 33 great-grandchildren. ¶ Besides her husband, she was preceded in death by a daughter, a sister, and a brother. || The Pike Press. Undated clipping. Luella (Hoos) Lowe died 12/3/??.~


Franklin Low, son of Elisha Low, on 1-14-1798 was baptised at the South Church of Portsmouth, NH by Rev. Samuel Haven || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.82 (1928), p.47.~


Frederick Ferdinand Low (June 30, 1828-July 21, 1894), governor, diplomat, banker, was born in that part of Frankfort which later became Winterport, Me. His father was a small farmer in the Penobscot Valley; the common school provided his education. At fifteen he was apprenticed to the East India firm of Russell, Sturgis & Company, Boston, and during the next five years he learned much about California and the Far East, where the firm operated. He also broadened his education bv diligent attendance at the lectures given by the most distinguished men of the time at Faneuil Hall and the Lowell Institute. The expiration of his apprenticeship coincided with the amazing news from California in 1849. On Feb. 22 he embarked for the Isthmus of Panama, and after the usual hardships and delay, passed through the Golden Gate on the steamer Panama on June 4, 1849. He at once struck out for the mines and panned some gold on the south fork of the American River, but when the winter rains began he returned to San Francisco. Then began a successful business career as a merchant, first in San Francisco, then in the autumn of 1850 in partnership with his brother in Marysville where he married Mollie Creed. In March 1854 he brought about a merger of almost all the inland steamship lines on the bay and the Sacramento River. This was followed by the establishment of a banking business in Marysville. ¶ In 1861 he was nominated as a Union Republican for representative-at-large in Congress after the census of 1860 disclosed that California would be entitled to a third member. It was not until June 3, 1862, the day after a special act was approved granting the additional seat, that he was sworn into office. During the remainder of the session, until Mar. 3, 1863, he took little active part, but manifested his interest in revenue and banking bills and in California land titles. On retiring from Congress, he was persuaded by Secretary Chase to accept the post of collector of the port of San Francisco, but this position was soon terminated by his election as ninth governor of California. He was the first to serve for a four-year term (Dec. 10, 1863-Dec. 8, 1867). As governor he was respected for his sound judgment and fearlessness, and much credit is due him for the later founding of the University of California and for the preservation, from land grabbers, of the site of San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. He vetoed many objectionable bills and withheld his assent to others and he pleaded for justice to the Chinese immigrants. ¶ In December 1869 Low was appointed minister to China. During his four years in Peking (1870-74) the major incidents were the Tientsin massacre (1870), the attempt of the United States to secure a treaty with Korea, which resulted in naval operations in May 1871, and the long controversy over the audience question, which was partially won by the foreign representative in 1873. As minister, Low won the esteem of Chinese and foreigners alike. On returning to San Francisco he accepted the position of joint manager of the Anglo-California Bank (1874-91), the second in size on the Pacific Coast, and was also interested in many other business enterprises. He died there on July 21, 1894. While he could hardly be considered a remarkable political leader or diplomat, he held the respect of his contemporaries because of his good sense, honesty, courage, and friendliness. ¶ [The best memoir of Low is that by E. T. Sheppard, to which is appended a biographical sketch compiled from the Low papers in the Bancroft Lib., in the Univ. of Cal. Chronicle, Apr. 1917. For his administration as governor see T. H. Hittell, Hist. of Cal., vol. IV (1897 ) for his messages as governor see the Jounals of the California Senate and Assembly, 1863-67. For his career as diplomat see Tyler Dennett, Americans in Eastern Asia (1922); and Foreign Relations of the U .S., 1870-74. For an obituary, see the San Francisco Chronicle, July 22, 1894.] || Dictionary of American Biography, Vol VI, Larned-Millington, Charles Scribner’s Sons, NY 1933, p. 445-446.~


G.A. Low, John Lowe, and Thomas Low are signers (among many) of the following Civil War (1861-1865) document: “We the undersigned, desirous to bear our part of the burthens in our Country’s need, and for the purpose of encouraging Enlistment hereby agree and promise to pay the sums set against our names respectively to a Committee to be appointed to receive the same for the purpose of aiding to supply the families of those who enlist in their Country’s Service, while they are so engaged and absent from their homes, and to aid in outfitting said Company with necessary supplies, all expenditures to be under the direction of said Committee not to exceed 1/4 part for outfits. G.A. Low - $5.00, John Lowe - $5.00, Thomas Low - $20.00. A receipt was appended to the subscription list: We, John Hobbs, Nathaniel Shatswell, and Robert Southgate, Jr., Officers of the Ipswich Volunteer Militia Company, acknowledge to have received of Eben Cogswell, Richard T. Dodge, and Aaron Cogswell, the Town Military Committee, sixty-one pairs of pants for the use of said Company. Signed Nath Staswell, First Lieut, R.S. Southgate, Sec. Lieut. Ipswich, June 14, 1861. || Ipswich In The Massachusetts Bay Colony, Vol II, A History Of The Town From 1700-1917, Thomas Franklin Waters, The Ipswich Historical Society, Ipswich, Mass, 1917, p. 659-660.


George Sidney Lowe, son of John, JR and Abigail Brooks Lowe, was born in Rockport, MA on 1-22-1842. || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 28.~


George W. Low married Miss Hannah W. Lakeman, in Boston, on 1-12-1823. Service performed by Rev. Daniel Sharp of the Charles Street Baptist Church. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 88 (1934), p. 283.~


George Low, son of George Low (deceased) and Mrs. Sarah Low, was baptized 6-19-1774 at West Church of Boston. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 92 (1938), p. 23.~


George Lowe and Mary Moore, on 12-12-1794, were married in Prince George’s County, Maryland || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.73 (1919), p.219.~


George Lowe, on 12-16-1816, aged 27 yrs (Consuption) - Funeral service (not nec. date of death) was held on this date by Rev. Nathan Parker of the Church of Portsmouth, NH || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.83 (1929), p.34-35.~


George Henry Low died 4-17-1847, aged 6 months, lung fever, son of George and Hannah A. Low || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol V - Deaths, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 408.~


George Low, Dracut. Return of men raised to serve in the Continental Army from Capt. Seth Newton’s (4th) Co, 6th Worcester Co regt, dated Southborough; residence, Dracut; engaged for town of Southborough; joined Capt. William Scot’s Co, Col. Henley’s regt; term, during war; also, Col. David Henley’s regt; return of recruits for knapsacks, dated Boston, 2-16-1778; reported under marching orders. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1024.


George Lowe, Dracut (also given Boston). List of men mustered by Nathaniel Barber, Muster Master for Suffolk Co., dated Boston, Nov. 23, 1777; Capt. Scott’s Co., Col. Henley’s regt.; also, return certified at Camp near Morristown, 4-30-1780, of officers and men belonging to Col. Lee’s, Col. Henley’s, and Col. Jackson’s regts., and men belonging to Massachusetts in Col. Henry Serburne’s regt., who were incorporated into a regiment under the command of Col. Henry Jackson, agreeable to the arrangement of 4-9-1779; rank, Private; residence, Boston; enlisted 11-15-1777; enlistment, during war; said Lowe appears among men belonging to Col. David Henley’s regt. Who had been discharged from the rolls prior to above arrangement; reported deserted 2-15-1778. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Wright & Potter Printing Co, 1902, Vol 9, p. 1036.


George Lowe, son of Elisha, on 6-12-1791 was baptised at the South Church of Portsmouth, NH by Rev. Samuel Haven || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.82 (1928), p.47.~


George Washington Low, son of John Low, was baptized 1-24-1802 at the West Church of Boston. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 92 (1938), p. 127.~


George W. Low, of Boston, aged 28 yrs, grocer, son of George and Mary Low, married in Rockport, MA on 6-19-1849, Anna G.W. Hale, aged 17yrs, daughter of Stephen and Amelia Hale. || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p.64.~


Gertrude Lowe changed her name TO Mabel Gertrude Mann due to adoption. Medford, Middlesex County, 9-4-1883. || List of Persons Whose Names Have Been Changed in Massachusetts, 1780-1892, Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, 1972, p. 253.


Gideon Low, of Lynn, marr 5-8-1843 Eliza N. Thomas. Intention also recorded. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol III - Marriages, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 617.~


Gilbert D. Lowe, NJ, S5710 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


Gilman S. Low is listed as a prominent original stockholder of the Shoe and Leather Dealer's Bank in 1836 and 1837 with the number of shares held at $100 each. Gilman S. Low had 20 shares. || Professional and Industrial History of Suffolk County, Mass, Vol II, Boston History Company, 1894, 974.46, d3, p. 297.~


Griffin Lowe married at Clifford Chambers, Gloucestershire 10-2-1632 one Alice Albright (Bapt. Alcester 3-2-1606/7). Their children were: 1) John; 2) Sarah; 3)?; 4)?. Alice Albright’s parents were: Richard Albright (B: ca 1565; buried 1-22-1613/14 in Alcester) and ?. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 146 (1992), p. 31.~


H. Lowe. Private, Capt. Cushing’s Co., 1st Mass regt.; return for liquor due (year not given). || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Wright & Potter Printing Co, 1902, Vol 9, p. 1036.


Hannah Low maried William Wickes in Warwick, RI on 8-7-1760. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 80.~


Hannah Low, daughter of Jedidiah and Hannah Low, on 8-29-1773 was baptised at the First Church of Christ is Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 76 (1922), p.184.~


Hannah Low of Marshfield married Samuel Taylor 2-15-1784 in Marshfield, MA. || Vital Records of Pembroke, Plymouth Co, MA to the year 1850, Pembroke Marriages, P. 312.~


Hannah Low. The following are listed as Congregationalists at the Union Church (Baptist) of Mercer. Year unknown. Photocopies of pages provided from Erik Bittner. Elizabeth Low, Elwin Augustus Low, Ephraim Low, Hannah Low, Henry Low, James Low, James K. Low, Lucy Low, Martha Low. || Unknown work. History of Mercer, ME?, pgs. 236-237.


Hannah Low, daughter of Arthur Low and Elizabeth was born 5-23-1717. || Early Vital Records of Plymouth County, MA, Vital Records of Marshfield, Plymouth County, MA., p.30:150.~


Hannah Low, of Duxbury, MA intended marriage to Daniel C. Delano 1-4-1824. || Vital Records of Abington, Plymouth County, MA to the year 1850, Vol II - Marriages and Deaths. Abington Marriages, p. 134.~


Hannah Low married William Thompson on 3-3-1827. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 46.~


Hannah Low (the widow Low. Low not her maiden name). Married Ithamar Eaton, of Weare, NH. Hannah Low was an Anabaptist, and persuaded her new husband to attend her meetings. His example was contagious, his fellow church members went with him, they were encouraged, were received with open arms, and soon joined that close-communion church. The Congregational church, of which they had formerly been members, died in East Weare. Events: Circa May 4, 1808. || The History of Weare, New Hampshire, 1735-1888, William Little, Weare, NH, Lowell, Mass, S.W. Huse & Co, 1888, p. 308.~


Hannah Low, daughter of Joseph, was baptised 12-27-1747 (Church record, First Presbyterian Church, Old South of Newburyport) || Vital Records of Newbury Massachusetts to the end of the Year 1849, Vol 1, Births, Essex Institute, Salem, 1911, p. 289.~


Hannah Low, daughter of Jeremiah and Sarah, was born 8-22-1760. || Early Vital Records of Plymouth County, MA, Vital Records of Marshfield, Plymouth County, MA., p118.~


Hannah Low, daughter of John Low, was born 7-15-1670. || Early Vital Records of Plymouth County, MA, Vital Records of Marshfield, Plymouth County, MA., p.4.~


Hannah Low, daughter of David and Sarah Low, was baptised 5-4-1745 at 1st Church of Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.75 (1921), p.121.~


Hannah Low, daughter of John Low, was baptized 8-21-1796 at the West Church of Boston. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 92 (1938), p. 124.~


Hannah Low intended marriage 4-12-1794 to Thomas Pitts. || Vital Records of Waterborough, Maine, New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 90 (1936), p. 246.~


Hannah P. B. Low married Edward D. Noyes 10-18-1837 in West Newbury, MA. (Intention also recorded) West Newbury was originally a part of Newbury until 2/18/1819 when it was set off as the town of Parsons. The name was changed 6/14/1820 to West Newbury. || Vital Records of West Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts To The End Of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1918, 974.45/W1, V28v, p. 70.~


Hannah Low was born 2-26-1790, daughter of Daniel and Mary (Luscomb) Low [Bible record in the possession of Miss Mary B. Chamberlain]. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 531.~


Hannah Low of Moultonborough married Ebenezer Horn of Wolfeborough on 3-29-1784. || From records of Moultonborough, NH 1779-1833, Marriage Records of the Rev. Jeremiah Shaw of Moultonborough. in the New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.59 (1905), p.283.~


Hannah B. Low, of Beverly, married William Burnham V on 12-8-1836. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 46.~


Hannah Low, daughter of Andrew Low, was the second wife of Hiram Leonard Monroe (B: 1-22-1825, Lottsville, PA). Hiram’s first wife was Mary Ann Dewy (married Hiram 3-11-1851) || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 100 (1946), p. 197.~


Harriet Gertrude Lowe (b.9-20-1871; m.9-14-1898, ____Kendall), daughter of Edmund Augustus Lowe (died at Canton) and Susan Elizabeth Withington (b. 7-5-1828) || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 75 (1921, p. 261. ~


Harriet E. Low and Samuel Proctor, Jr, Captain, married 1-8-1843. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 46.~


Harriet Low married 5-17-1829 George Barker, both of Boston. Service by Rev. William Jenks, DD of Green Street Congregational Church. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 90 (1936), p. 46.~


Harriett Low was born 5-18-1809, daughter of (Deacon) Seth and Mary (Porter) Low.. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 531.~


Harry Hadfield Lowe was a special student at Brown University 1895-1896. He was from Edgewood, RI. || Historical Catalogue of Brown University, 1764-1904, Brown University, Providence, RI, 1905, p. 700.


Hayward Lowe11 (Arthur10, Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) ESTHER HUNT, HAYWARD LOWE WED YESTERDAY. Miss Esther Louise Hunt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hunt of Pearl, became the bride of Hayward Lowe, oldest son of Arthur and Mamie Landess Lowe, in a ceremony performed by the Rev. Lowell B. Hazzard at the M. E. parsonage in Quincy yesterday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dehart of Barry served as attendants. ¶ The attractive young bride wore a becoming frock of aqua blue crepe with beige accessories; her flowers were fashioned in a corsage. Mrs. Lowe attended Pearl high school and graduated from Indianapolis (Ind.) high school. For several years she has been employed at the Brown shoe factory here and has many friends in Pittsfield. ¶ The groom attended Pittsfield high school where he was active in athletics and a prominent member of the ag class. Hayward has always known he wanted to be a farmer, and his energy and industry should make him a good one. He has rented the 160 acres owned by Arthur Foreman, about three miles east of Pittsfield and -a quarter mile from Route 36. He has already furnished the fine old brick house on the place, and he and his bride will be at home to their many friends there. ¶ Both Mr. and Mrs. Lowe have been regular attendants and workers in the M. E. Sunday school and church here, and have the respect and affectionate regard of a large circle of friends who extend to them sincere good wishes for happiness and prosperity. || The Pike Press. Undated clipping. Esther and Hayward were married 5/22/1938.~


Henry Somes Low married in West Cambridge, MA on 5-2-1822 Mary Ann Whittemore (B: 2-14-1800; D: Providence 6-30-1867). [See Simon Lowe for Whittemore connection]. Mary Ann’s siblings were: Elizabeth (B:1784); Hannah Maria (B: 1787); Sarah Ann (B:1789); William (B:1791); Caroline (B: 1793): James Madison (B: 1795); Thomas Jefferson (B: 1797); and William (B: 1802). Mary Ann’s parents were William Whittemore (B: West Cambridge, MA 1-29-1761; D: West Cambridge, MA 11-2-1842) and mother, Elizabeth Cutter (B: West Cambridge, MA 7-18-1763; D: West Cambridge, MA 7-18-1806; married William 11-2-1783; daughter of Samuel and Hannah (Hartwell) Cutter). After Mary Ann’s mother, Elizabeth, died, her father married in Providence 12-10-1811 Rebecca Tufts (D: West Cambridge, MA 10-29-1831, aged 51) || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 107 (1953), p.249-250.~


Henry Low. Signed an Anti-Catholic Declaration of the N.H. General Assembly 1-5-1698-9. The discovery of the plot to assassinate King William III, 2-14-1696, and subsequent events connected with it, probably led to the adoption of this declaration. An association to stand by the protestant succession, dated 12-14-1697, more than a year before the declaration, and signed by prominent citizens of New Hampshire, will be found in Farmer and Moore’s Collections, I, 126. The text of the declaration is as follows: I _____do solemnly & sincerely in the presence of God, profess testifie and declare, that I do beleeve that in the Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper there is not any transubstantiation of the Elements of bread & Wine into the body and bloud of Christ, at or after the Consecration thereof, by any person whatsoever: And that the Invocation or adoration of the Virgin mary, or any other Saint, & the Sacrafice of the masse, as they are now used in the Church of Rome, are Superstitious and Idolatrous; And I do solemnly in the presence of God, profess, testifie & declare, that I do make this declaration & every part thereof in the plain & ordinary sense of the wordes, read unto me, as they are comonly understood by English Protestants, without any evasion, equivocation or mental reservation whatsoever, and without any dispensation already granted me for this purpose, by the Pope, or any other authority or person whatsoever, or without thinking that I am, or can be acquitted before God or man, or absolved of this declaration or any part thereof, altho the Pope or any other person, or persons or power whatsoever should dispense with or Annull the Same, or declare that it was Null & void from the beginning. [signed in a single column: Henry Low, John Woodman, Sam Penhallow, John Tuttle, Sam Keais, John Pickering, John Smith, Theophilus Dudley, Sam Leauett, William Furbur, James Rendle, Joseph Swett, Theodore Atkinson.] || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 17 (1863), p.315.~


Henry Low. The following are listed as Congregationalists at the Union Church (Baptist) of Mercer. Year unknown. Photocopies of pages provided from Erik Bittner. Elizabeth Low, Elwin Augustus Low, Ephraim Low, Hannah Low, Henry Low, James Low, James K. Low, Lucy Low, Martha Low. || Unknown work. History of Mercer, ME?, pgs. 236-237.


Henry Low, MD, Eleanor/Ellen, W8259; BLWt. 8454-160-55 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


Henry M. Lowe, son of Henry T. and Rachel Pool Lowe, was born in Rockport, MA on 9-9-1840. || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 28.~


Herbert Colbath Low, Ph.B. was a graduate of Brown University, RI. 1901. He was a paper box manufacturer, Brockton, MA. His address was 234 W. Elm St., Brockton, MA. || Historical Catalogue of Brown University, 1764-1904, Brown University, Providence, RI, 1905, p. 467.


Herman Lowe11 (Charles Doss10, Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) Relatives have received word of the death of Herman Lowe of Melvindale, Mich. Mr Lowe died early Sunday, Feb. 13, 1972 in California where he and his wife were spending the winter. ¶ He was a son of the late C. D. (Doss ) and Nettie Carrel Lowe of Pittsfield and was a retired hardware merchant. ¶ Survivors include his widow, the former Geraldine Pitt of Dallas City; and twin sisters, Florence Pitt and Florene Robinson, former Pike county residents, all of Melvindale. He was a nephew of Arthur Lowe and the late Lee Lowe of Pittsfield, and also had several cousins in this area. ¶ Funeral services were held Thursday in Melvindale. || The Pike Press. Undated clipping. Herman Lowe died 7/21/1972.~


Hiram Low, Son of Asa and Mary Low, was baptized 8-3-1794 at First Church of Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 76 (1922), pg. 249~


Hiram Low, child of Thomas and Welthea Low, died 9-27-1828. || Vital Records of Duxbury, Plymouth Co, MA to the year 1850, Duxbury Deaths, p.394.~


Hooker Low and Elizabeth Kennicutt were married in Warren, RI by Rev. John Usher on 5-31-1750. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages, and Deaths, A Family Registry For The People, James N. Arnold, Providence, RI, Narragansett Historical Pub. Co, 1894, p. 28.~


Hooker Low, son of Hooper and Elizabeth Low, was born 3-11-1756 in Warren, RI. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages, and Deaths, A Family Registry For The People, James N. Arnold, Providence, RI, Narragansett Historical Pub. Co, 1894, p. 76.~ Hooker Low, Cont., Mass, Theodosia Howley, W8900 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.~Hooker Low, Adams. Private, Col. Joab Stafford’s Co of volunteers; marched 7-16-1777; returned 7-30-1777; service, 15 days; company marched from New Providence by order of Maj. Gen. Schuyler to reinforce troops under Col. Warner at Manchester; also, Capt. Samuel Low’s Co, Col. Benjamin Simonds’s (Berkshire Co) regt; enlisted 9-5-1777; discharged 10-1-1777; service 27 days at Pawlet; also, same Co and regt; enlisted 10-14-1780; discharged 10-17-1780; service 4 days; company marched by order of Gen Fellows on an alarm at the Northward; also, same Co and regt; enlisted 10-27-1780; discharged 10-28-1780; service 2 days, by order of Gen Fellows on an alarm at the Northward; also, receipt dated 4-16-1781, for bounty paid said Low by Asa Wilmarth, Chairman of Class No. 11 of the town of Adams, to serve in the Continental Army; also, descriptive list dated Lenox, 8-20-1781, of men raised in Berkshire Co, agreeable to resolve of 12-2-1780, and delivered to William Walker, Superintendent for said county; Capt. Low’s Co, Col. Simonds’s regt; age, 25 yrs; stature, 6 ft; complexion, dark; hair black; occupation, laborer; residence, Adams; enlisted for town of Adams; enlistment, 3 years; receipted for by Capt Smith; also, Private, Capt. Timothy Remick’s Co, Col. Joseph Vose’s (1st) regt; muster roll for May, 1781; also, muster rolls for June and July, 1781, dated Camp Phillipsborough; enlisted March 23, 1781; also muster roll for Aug, 1781; also, muster roll for Sept. 1781, dated Peekskill; also, muster rolls for Oct. and Nov, 1781 and Jan. and Feb. 1782, dated York Hutts. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1025.~


Horace Lowe, Mrs. was listed as the Town Historian of Eastham, MA ca. 1968. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 123 (1969), p. 117.~


Horace Wales Lowe (b.3-20-1862; m. in June 1883 _____), son of Edmund Augustus Lowe (died at Canton) and Susan Elizabeth Withington (b. 7-5-1828) || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 75 (1921, p. 261. ~


Horace M. Low of Fairfield, ME and Miss Mattie R. Pratt, of Clinton, ME. Intention: 10-22-1874. || Provided by Eric Bittner. Unknown source. Page heading “Clinton Marriages”, page 232.~


Isaac Low. His widow, Eunice Story, died of dysentery on 9-1-1828, aged 84 yrs. church record. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.~


Isaac Low. His widow, _____ Low, died 4-20-1830, aged 50 years. church record. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.


Isabella C. Low married Theodore S. Pomeroy. They had daughter Fanny S. Pomeroy (B: San Francisco, 12-6-1856; D: Boston, 2-7-1927) || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 87 (1933), p. 383.~


Isabella Crawford Low married Joseph Farrer 10-5-1813 at the Second Baptist Church of Boston. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 125 (1971), p. 291.~


Ivory Lowe, M.D., a well-known physician of Canaan, Somerset County, was born in Mercer, this county, march 2, 1836, son of Ephraim and Hannah (Kaime) Lowe. The father, who was a native of Sanford, ME, settled in Mercer about the year 1825, and was engaged in farming and carpentering until his death, which occurred February 1, 1859. The mother, who was born in Barnstead, NH, had twelve children, namely: James K. Lowe, who died in December, 1882; William L., aslo deceased; Ephraim, who died in 1886; Abbie, who died June 22, 1862; John K., who died in Worcester, Mass, July 16, 1880; Timothy S., now a roadmaster for the Boston & Maine Railroad, residing in Ballardvale, Mass; Samuel K., who died January 18, 1878; Joseph P, who died in Wilton, IA, in 1870; Benjamin, who died in Stark, ME, in 1833, aged seventeen months; Benjamin, second, who resides in Oakland, CA and is a leader among the Spiritualists of that locality; Ivory Lowe, M.D., the subject of this sketch; and Lucy H. who is the widow of Seth W. Holbrook, late of Norridgewock, ME. The mother died May 20, 1869. Having attended the common schools of Mercer for the usual period and completed a course in the academy at Waterville, Ivory Lowe began the study of medicine. He attended lectures at the Maine Medical School in Brunswick and at the Albany (NY) University, graduating from the latter in December, 1862. Locating for practice in Stark, he remained there for three months. Early in 1863 he established himself in Canaan, where he has since resided. In this town he has found ample opportunity for the exercise of his skill as a physician, which is highly spoken of. Now his practice extends over a wide circuit, including the towns of Canaan, Skowhegan, Pittsfield, Hartland, Cornville, and Clinton. On September 11, 1864, he married Philena K. Pattee, who was born in Mercer, July 14, 1843, daughter of Asa and Clarissa (Leathers) Pattee. Asa Pattee, a native of Norridgewock, was at one time a merchant in Smithfield, ME; but the greater part of his life was spent in Mercer. He died in March, 1849, and his wife in August, 1863. Dr. Lowe keeps in touch with advanced ideas in medicine. What little time he has been able to spare from his practice has been devoted to travel with his wife, visiting the Pacific slope twice and spending two years in Pomona, CA. He has served with ability on the School Board in the capacity of Supervisor of Schools, and is now chairman of the Board of Health. In politics, he is a Democrat. He is a member of Carabasset Lodge, No. 161, F.&A. M. || Biographical Review Vol. XXIX, Containing Life Sketches of Leading Citizens of Somerset, Piscataquis, Hancock, Washington, and Aroostook Counties, Maine. Biographical Review Publishing Co, Boston. 1898. Pgs 522-523.~


Jacob Low. Portsmouth. Married between 10-20-1709 and 5-20-1710 to an illegible bride who may have been that Sarah Low, received into covenant 8-14-1715, in which case, inasmuch as we find William Lewis and Sarah Low, both of Portsmouth, were married 12-17-1719, it was probably a 1st marriage of Sarah Evans, who is known to have married William Lewis. A widow Low was rated in 1717. Children of Sarah Lowe: Jonathan, baptized 8-14-1715, married 12-29-1735 in Kit. to Hannah More. Sarah, baptized 3-25-1715/16, married 11-6-1734 to Joseph Dennett. || Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire, Noyes, Libby and Davis, Genealogical Pub, Baltimore, 1979, p. 445-446.~


Jacob Low. Buried at Bath; Married Lucy; Index of Revolutionary Veterans Buried in Maine || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 492.


Jacob Low, Cont. Mass, Mary, W24584 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


Jacob Low, Newbury. Private, Capt. Nathaniel Wade’s Co; return of men who engaged for the year 1776, dated 1-17-1776; enlisted 11-20-1775; also, Capt. Nathaniel Wade’s Co, Col. Moses Little’s (12th) regt; muster roll endorsed “1776". || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1025.


Jacob Low. Ipswich. C. 1700's. See Nathaniel and Jacob Low.


Jacob G. Low, NY, Catharine, W20532 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


Jacob Low, of Rowley, married Abigail Page of Bradford, MA on 4-11-1767. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 18 (1864), p.284.~


Jacob Low. Private, Capt Jacob Gerrish’s Co, which marched on the alarm of 4-19-1775, to Cambridge; service, 6 days. [BL: See Jacob Low (father, same svc, same dates)] || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1025.


Jacob Low. B: 1747; died Warren 1830, CL-53 || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 492.


Jacob Low. R: Georgetown B-3, p.514. || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 492.


Jacob Low, Gloucester (also given Ipswich). Sergeant, Capt. Moses Hart’s Co, Col. Paul Dudley Sergeant’s regt; muster roll dated 8-1-1775; engaged 6-13-1775; service, 48 days; also, Capt John Wiley’s Co, Col. Sargent’s (28th) regt; company return (probably October 1775]; also, order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money dated 12-13-1775. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1025.


Jacob Low, Rowley. Private, Capt. Jacob Gerrish’s Co, Col. Moses Little’s (17th) regt; muster roll made up to 8-1-1775; enlisted 4-24-1775; service 3 mos 14 days; also, company return (probably Oct. 1775); age, 18 years; also, order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money dated 12-27-1775. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1025.


Jacob Low, 1 males 16+, 2 females, Tewksbury, Middlesex County, 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 155.


Jacob Low, Jr. Private, Capt. Jacob Gerrish’s Co, which marched on the alarm of 4-19-1775, to Cambridge, service, 6 days. [BL: See Jacob Low (father, same svc, same dates)] || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1025.


Jacob Low, of Bath (captain), enlisted Ipswich, MA, died in New Jersey infall of 1803, widow: Mary of Bath.|| Soldiers of the American Revolution - Maine. Compiled by Charles J. House, Genealogical Publishing, Baltimore, 1967, p. 35.~


Jacob Low, Cont, Mass, S44520 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


Jacob Low, Capt, Cont, MA. E: Ipswich, MA; Capt, Col Baldwin’s regt; Died NY 1803; Married Mary; R: Bath 1838; 1(Ws4584); 4S || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 492.~ Jacob Low (NH). Ensign 8th Continental Infantry, Jan 1 - Dec 31, 1776. Capt of Baldwin’s artillery regiment Dec 1776 resigned 1778. || Historical Register of Officers of the Continental Army During the War of the Revolution, April 1775 - December 1783, Francis Heitman, 1914, p. 358.~


Jacob Low, son of Asa and Mary Low, was baptized 8-1-1786 at First Church of Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 76 (1922), pg. 114.~


James Low of Clinton married Miss Mary S. Taylor of Lewiston. Intention: 9-5-1868. || Provided by Eric Bittner. Unknown source. Page heading “Clinton Marriages”, page 232.~ Mary S. Low (Taylor), widow of James Low. Died 9-23-1891. G.R.8. || Provided by Eric Bittner. Unknown source. Page heading “Clinton Deaths”, page 337.~


James Low intends to marry Esther Lensket, both of Gorham, 1-20-1762. Records of Falmouth, Maine (now, Portland) || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 16, page 320.~


James Adrian Low of Jamaica Plain, Mass. (B: 6-16-1835, Boston; D: 2-2-1890, Jamaica Plain, MA.), was the son of John J. and Adeline (Ford) Low. James Adrian Low was a member of the Gloucester family of that name and a brother of George Low, one of the founders of the well-known Boston firm of jewelers of Shreve, Crump & Low. James Adrian Low married Anna Moriarty, daughter of John Moseley Moriarty, M.D. (B: 10-14-1807; D: 10-20-1865, East Boston, MA; M: 10-2-1834 (Salem) Nancy Page Andrews (B: 9-25-1807; D: 9-2-1866, Boston). Besides Anna, John and Nancy Moriarty had children: John (B: 11-26-1835, Gloucester; D: 6-17-1836); Caroline Andrews (B: 4-22-1840, Gloucester; D: 6-29-1891 Jamaica Plain; M: 2-3-1863 to Joseph T. Swasey of Cincinatti, OH who died 12-27-1870); William Andrews (B: 8-14-1842, Brooklyn, NY; D: 12-13-1887, NY, NY; M: 4-12-1887 to Georgie Miller (B: 11-14-1860, NY); and George Andrews (B: 9-29-1846, Brooklyn). James Adrian Low and Anna Moriarty had four unlisted children. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 101 (1947), p. 226-227.~


James Wesley Low, son of Darling and Phebe (Rhoads) Low, was born 3-26-1842. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 1. Births, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 214.~


James Lowe married on 2-6-1866 Helen M. Hopkins (of Hudson, Mich. B: in Elba, NY 2-27-1837). They had one child. Helen’s parents were: Luke Hopkins (B:10-19-1790, in Rutland, Vermont; D: 10-12-1877, in Hudson, Mich; son of Joseph Hopkins (B: Harwich 1-27-1760; D:1837) and Lois Wells) married (1) Marcia M. Blair and (2) Mrs. Eunice A. Van Buren. Marcia Blair was the mother of Helen Hopkins as well as Helen’s siblings: Philander (B: 1811) of Litchfield, Mich; Almira (married in Canandaigua, NY to Alexander Brandt); Ansel of Grand Rapids, Mich (married in Barre, NY to Lucy Green); Lucas (died while young); Luke (went to California and died there, aged 27); Martha M. (B: Canandaigue, NY 12-30-1832; D: 1-24-1885; Married in Clarence, NY to Isaac Lapp) of Clarence Center, NY; Horace D. (B: Barre, NY 4-9-1841; married in Roscoe, IL 12-25-1869 to Hannah Moore) of Rocklin, IL. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 104 (1950), p123-124.~


James W. Low, of New York, married 5-4-1841 Ellen O. Richardson. Intention also recorded. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol III - Marriages, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 617.~


James Low. His widow, Clarissa Lowe, born in Gloucester, died of consumption in Rockport, MA 6-14-1842, aged 51 yrs. || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p.103.~


James Low, son of John T. and Nancy Low, was born 5-5-1800. City Document #43. || Boston Births, Baptisms, Marriages, and Deaths, 1700-1800, William S. Appleton, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1978, p. 348.~


James Lowe and Ann Wilcox, on 6-29-1781, were married in Prince George’s County, Maryland || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.73 (1919), p.140.~


James Low. Boy, State brig “Hazard,” commanded by Capt. John Foster Williams; engaged 7-9-1778; discharged 10-14-1778; service 3 months 7 days; also, Boy, ship “General Putnam,” commanded by Capt. Daniel Waters; engaged July 15 (also given July 12), 1779; service to 9-7-1779, 1 month 22 days, on Penobscot expedition; roll sworn to in Suffolk Co. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1026.


James Lowe, widower, fisherman, son of William and Anna Lowe, both deceased, sailed from Gloucester for Georges Bank, in February, lost at sea, Feb --, 1845, aged 54 yrs. Rockport, MA. || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p.103.~


James “Nim” Low9 (James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). Obituary: “DEATH OF JAMES LOW. James Low, highly respected resident of this community, died suddenly at his home on the State road on Thursday. Mr. Low had complained of gas on his stomach following the evening meal and his wife gave him a dose of peppermint. He failed to get relief and after they had retired he became worse and died within a short time. ¶ Mr. Low was born at Pittsfield, February 20, 1846 and was aged 81 years, 2 months and 1 day. He was the eldest son of James and Margaret Low and one of a family of four children. During the Civil war, Mr. Low served with Co. D, 7th Illinois Infantry, having enlisted at Pittsfield. The deceased was married to Julia E. Webster, May 28, 1866, and the widow and two sons, Lewis C., of Hanford, Calif, and Lindon, at home, survive. Two brothers, a sister and two half-sisters preceded him in death. (BL: this is a revelation to me and might be an error. As of 9/5/97, I am aware of only one child that Margaret Huston Montgomery Low had from her prior marriage: Elizabeth Montgomery.) Mr. Low was of a quiet, modest disposition and spent his life with his own work and family. Early in life he united with the Pleasant Grove M.E. church and permitted his membership to remain there. ¶ Funeral services in charge of Rev. J.W. Starr, pastor of the M.E. church, were held Sunday afternoon. R.D. Plattner, who had the funeral of Eugene Bagby at Time, arranged to have N.L. Eddy take charge of the service.” || The Pike County Repbulican, Pittsfield, IL, Wednesday, April 27, 1927. ~ James “Nim” Low9 (James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). Obituary of wife: “RITES FOR MRS. JULIA LOWE (STET), 96, HELD FRIDAY. Funeral services for Mrs. Julia Webster Low, 96, were held at 2:30 p.m. Friday in Plattner Chapel, Rev. Preston Horst officiating. Miss Vida Nighbert sang. Casket bearers were Holly Smith, Earl Dunham, Russell Akin, Floyd Rhodes, Arthur and Lee Lowe. Burial was in the West cemetery. ¶ Mrs. Low passed away at 11 o’clock last Wednesday morning at the home east of town where she and her son Lin had lived for a number of years. Mrs. Low had been in her usual health until about a week before her death. ¶ She was a daughter of Isaac and Cynthia Webster and was born in Rushville on June 4, 1848. In 1866 she was married to James Low, who preceded her in death April 21, 1927. ¶ She is survived by two sons, Lin L. Low of Pittsfield and Louis L. Low of Hanford, Calif; two brothers, Henry Webster of California and Warren Webster of Carthage, Ill; and one sister, Mrs. Frances Geer of Sterling.” || The Pike County Republican, Pittsfield, IL, Wednesday, June 7, 1944. ~


James Low. R: Bristol; B-12, p362 || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 492.


James Low, 1 males 16+, 1 males -16, 2 females, Suffolk/Boston.1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 185.


James Culver Lowe10 (Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1), Obituary: “NEWBURG. This community was thrown into great excitement on Saturday afternoon at about 1 o’clock, when it was reported that James Low had accidentally shot himself while reloading his revolver. The ball was a 32 calibre and entered his body just below the ribs and penetrated the lower part of the liver. Drs. Doss and Miller were called and upon examination pronounced it a fatal wound, which it proved to be, for about 5 o’clock Sunday afternoon death came to relieve his terrible sufferings. He was preparing to leave on the evening train for Wisconsin, where he had a position as telegraph operator. He went to Janesville, Wis. last winter to learn telegraphy and then went to Jacksonville about two months ago, where he stayed in an office until he secured a position. He was a member of the Home Forum, and on last Thursday night took the last degree of the Modern Woodman. He and Miss Nora Holloway were to have been married September 4, the cards having been sent out last Friday. Deceased was 20 years of age and a member of the Baptist church. The funeral services will be held in the Christian church at 2 o’clock Tuesday afternoon and the remains laid to rest in the West Cemetery. The bereaved family have the sympathy of the entire community in this their hour of sorrow. Aug. 19.....Wild Jim” [Wild Jim is the author of the column]. || The Pike County Democrat, Vol xxxviii, No 17, August 21, 1895.~


James Jeremiah Lowe died 10-12-1878, aged 82. He belonged to a Shaker community in Mount Lebanon, NY. Records now kept at the Berkshire Anthenaeum, Pittsfield, MA. See Ann Lowe. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 115 (1961), p. 132.~


James Low, Ipswich. Corporal, Capt. Moses Hart’s Co, Col. Paul Dudley Sergeant’s regt; muster roll dated 8-1-1775; enlisted 7-1-1775; service, 31 days; also, Capt. John Wiley’s co, Col. Sargent’s (28th) regt; company return (probably Oct 1775); also, order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money dated 12-13-1775. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1026.


James Low, Corporal, MA. R: Falmouth; died in service 1777; 1S || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 492.


James K. Lowe, son of Ephraim and Hannah Lowe of Sanford, ME. Died: December 1882. See “IVORY LOWE” notes. || Biographical Review Vol. XXIX, Containing Life Sketches of Leading Citizens of Somerset, Piscataquis, Hancock, Washington, and Aroostook Counties, Maine. Biographical Review Publishing Co, Boston. 1898. Pgs 522-523.~ James K. Low, of Mercer, ME. Intention of marriage to Miss Elizabeth Leach of Smithfield. 3-10-1855. || Unknown source. Provided by Eric Bittner.~ James K. Low, of Mercer, ME. Intention of marriage to Miss Martha E. Russell of Norridgewock. 10-21-1843. || Unknown source. Provided by Eric Bittner.~


James Low, son of Obediah Low, was baptized 4-22-1764 at First Church of Dorchester, MA || |New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 68(1914), pg 227.~


James Low of Clinton, ME was born 11-11-1842. (BL: Possibly son of Francis and Mary Jane (Flood) Low of Clinton) || Unknown source. From a book, page heading “Clinton Marriages”. Provided by Erik Bittner, p. 82~


James Low, Boston. Return dated Blandford, March 29, 1779, of men in Continental service, being one-seventh part of the male inhabitants of the town of Blandford, including the alarm list, belonging to the 12th Co, 3rd Hampshire Co regt, as attested by Lieut. Samuel Sloper, and sworn to by said Sloper as Captain, 4-6-1779; residence, Boston; engaged for town of Blandford; joined Capt. Smith’s Co, Col. Marshel’s regt; term, during war. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1025.


James Low, Falmouth (also given Cape Elizabeth). Private, Capt. William Lithgow’s co; marched 3-13-1776; service to 8-9-1776, 4 mos. 27 days; reported promoted to Corporal 3-13-1776; service to 8-9-1776, 4 mos 27 days; reported promoted to Corporal 8-9-1776; company stationed at Falmouth, Cumberland Co, for defense of seacoast; also, 3rd Corporal, same co; service from 8-9-1776, to 8-31-1776, 23 days; company stationed at Falmouth, Cumberland Co, for defense of seacoast; also, Capt. William Lithgow, Jr’s co, Col. Mitchel’s regt; service from 8-31-1776, to 11-23-1776, 2 months 23 days; company stationed at Falmouth, Cumberland Co, for defense of seacoast; also, list of men to serve in Continental Army from Col. Peter Noyes’s (1st Cumberland) Co. regt; residence, Falmouth (also given Cape Elizabeth); engaged for town of Falmouth (also given Cape Elizabeth); joined Capt. White’s co, Col Francis’s regt; term 3 years; also, Corporal, Capt. White’s co, Col. Tupper’s regt; Continental Army pay accounts for service from 1-1-1777, to 7-7-1777; reported killed in battle 7-7-1777; also, Capt. George White’s co, Col. Ebenezer Francis’s regt; subsistence allowed from date of enlistment, 12-15-1776, to time of arrival at Bennington; credited with 126 days allowance; 336 miles travel allowed said Low; also, Capt. George White’s co, Col. Benjamin Tupper’s regt; return dated Jan --, 1778; mustered by County Muster Master Ilsley and by Col. Varrick, Continental Muster Master. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1025-1026~.


James B. Low, son of William and Alice A. Low, a. 1 yr. u.s.c. 1850. Clinton, ME || Unknown source. From a book, page heading "Clinton Births". Provided by Erik Bittner, p. 82~


James Low, son of Job and Eunice Low, on 11-1-1778 was baptised at the First Church of Christ is Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 76 (1922), p.111.~


James Lowe, 1 males 16+, 2 males-16, 2 females, Gloucester, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 72.


James Lowe, Pvt, Del, BLWt10817 iss. 5-1-1797 to James DeBaufre ass. (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


James Willis Low. Jonathan Low, Lieut, had his named changed to James Willis Low, by an act of legislature, for reasons. Capt. James W. Low was the third son of Capt. David Low, of Ipswich, who married Hannah Haskell, of Gloucester, and was a descendant of the first Lows of Ipswich. Capt. David Low was a lieutenant of an Ipswich company in the battle of Bunker Hill, and a captain after in the war of the revolution. He died at sea on a voyage from the West Indies, as master of the vessel, leaving five sons and two daughters, one of whom is now (1875) living. Capt. James W. Low commanded several vessels from Boston, - the Gen. Jackson and Chance in Mr. Robert’s employ; the Concordia and Cabot in Mr. Thomas Lamb’s employ. He was for many years an inspector for insurance offices in New York; and lived in Brooklyn. He left one son and a daughter.; the son, James commanded a company of infantry from New Jersey in the war of the rebellion, and is now living. Capt. James W. Low died Aug. 23, 1865, aged 76 years. Charles A. Ranlett, Billerica, Mass. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 30 (1876), p.103. ~


James Low. The following are listed as Congregationalists at the Union Church (Baptist) of Mercer. Year unknown. Photocopies of pages provided from Erik Bittner. Elizabeth Low, Elwin Augustus Low, Ephraim Low, Hannah Low, Henry Low, James Low, James K. Low, Lucy Low, Martha Low. || Unknown work. History of Mercer, ME?, pgs. 236-237.


James Willis Low. Changed name FROM Jonathan Low . Gloucester, MA 3-2-1815. || List of Persons Whose Names Have Been Changed in Massachusetts, 1780-1892, Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, 1972, p. 62.~


James K. Low. The following are listed as Congregationalists at the Union Church (Baptist) of Mercer. Year unknown. Photocopies of pages provided from Erik Bittner. Elizabeth Low, Elwin Augustus Low, Ephraim Low, Hannah Low, Henry Low, James Low, James K. Low, Lucy Low, Martha Low. || Unknown work. History of Mercer, ME?, pgs. 236-237.


James Low, Jr. of Clinton married Miss Polly (Mary) Wyman. 7-9-1816. [Bingham J.F. Lowe’s Note: After James’s death (3-20-1824) Mary moved to Brighton, Maine where her family lived. James was born in Fairfield, Maine and I have found no record indicating that he ever lived in Brighton. Mary (Polly) was FROM Brighton and we know that she returned there after James' death, apparently taking with her at least two of her children: James and, Phebe. No mention of her third child, William was found in Brighton’s Vital Records, so it is doubtful that he married or died there. Mary (Polly)’s family lived in Brighton and it only seems appropriate that she should return there after James' demise. Son James was there for some time, as his journal of 1838-1839 outlines his route from Brighton to Pittsfield, IL. Mary married Bingham Gellson (also spelled Gellerson and Gellison) and had quite a few children with him. James and Mary had known children: James, William and Phoebe. Phoebe is recorded in Brighton’s records as having married a ?Luis? Rufas Jones. Son James’ correspondence mentions that he had family that wished to follow him to Pittsfield, and there is some evidence that William may have, indeed, followed him there, perhaps even bringing his mother, step-father, and family, and step-siblings with him.] || Provided by Eric Bittner. Unknown source. Page heading “Clinton Marriages”, page 232. ¶ James Low, Jr. Born in Fairfield, ME about 1795. Enlisted at Clinton, ME for the duration of the War of 1812 on 3-16-1814. He served with Capts. Drew’s and Bradford’s Companies. 21st US infantry. Discharged at Pittsfield, 5-10-1815. || (Provided by Eric Bitner) History of Clinton, Maine. By Major General Carleton Edward Fisher. Printed by KJ Printing, Augusta, ME, p. 307.~


James7 Low (James6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). His widow’s obituary: “Mary, widow of the late Bingham Jellerson [BL: on his birth cert his name is spelled ‘Gellson’, as is spelling on the records of his parents and siblings. The name is spelled ‘Gellison’ on his marriage cert. He must have made the change to Jellerson in Illinois.], deceased, and whose maiden name was Mary Wyman, died at her late residence in Pittsfield, Ill., December 24, A.D., 1887, after an illness of malarial fever for about 3 weeks. ¶ The funeral services were held at the Baptist church on Sunday, Dec. 25, 1887, at 2 o’clock p.m., where a long religious service was conducted by Rev. C.H. Hands, pastor of the church, after which the remains were attended to their interment in the west cemetery. ¶ The deceased was born in Clinton, Kennebec County, Maine, June 30, 1797 and was married to James Low, of Clinton, Maine, July 6, 1815 [BL: there is some discrepancy here. The Clinton Vital Records shows their marriage date as July 9, 1816. I would prefer to believe the 1815 date and assume the Vital Records date to be in error - which is a distinct possibility.], living there until his death, March 20, 1824, leaving her a widow with 3 small children, James, William and Phebe. Four years later, May 28, 1828, she was married to Bingham Jellerson, of Brighton, Somerset County, Maine, with whom she moved, June 2, 1844, to Pittsfield, Ill, where they have resided ever since. Mr. Jellerson died in his 81st year, April 14, 1885, leaving her a widow with one son and daughter to mourn his loss. She has been a devoted Christian and tried to set an example before her children that will be long remembered. She leaves to mourn her loss three sons and two daughters. ‘Asleep in Jesus peaceful rest, Whose waking is supremely blest; No fear, no woe, shall dim that hour, That manifest the Saviour’s power. M.T.’” || The Pike County Democrat, Pittsfield, IL, December 29, 1887. ~ James7 Low (James6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). Obituary of his widow’s second husband, Bingham Jellerson (Gellson, Gellison, Jellison): “DEATHS. We record as occurring since our last issue the deaths of the following persons: Bingham Jellison, aged 79, an old and most worthy citizen of this place who came here at an early day, died Tuesday Evening. || The Pike County Democrat, Pittsfield, IL, Thursday, April 16, 1885. ~ James7 Low (James6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). Obituary of his widow’s second husband, Bingham Jellerson (Gellson, Gellison): “ Bingham Jellison, an old and highly respected citizen of this place, died yesterday evening at the advanced age of 79 years, and will be buried today. He leaves quite a number of relatives and friends to mourn his loss.” || The Democratic Herald, Pittsfield, IL, April 15, 1885. ~ James7 Low (James6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). [BL: I am not certain why I include this here, as she is not really a relative. However, this is the obituary of the great-grand daughter of Bingham Jellerson and my great-great-great-grandmother, Mary Wyman Low Jellerson. Perhaps This story does explain a number of tomb stones surrounding Mary Wyman and Bingham Jellerson’s graves. It is also a VERY strange story.]: “MRS. SALZMAN’S REMAINS BROUGHT HOME FOR BURIAL. About three months ago, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Salzman, of this city, left here in a car for Sanford, Florida, where they expected to spend the winter. Last Thursdaya message was received here by Harry C. Miller, with whom the Salzman’s had left their business affairs, that Mrs. Salzman had passed away and the body was at the undertaking parlors awaiting directions as to what to do. ¶ The message was signed by an undertaker at Sanford, Florida. Mr. Miller wired to send the body by express to Undertaker R.D. Plattner, of this city and it arrived here Monday night. Mr. Salzman did not accompany the body and nothing has been heard from him.¶ All that is known of her death is the death certificate which came with the body, which gave the cause of death as influenza. Mrs. Salzman had been in ill heath for some time and it was first reported that her death was due to an automobile accident, she having written friends since going south that she was hurt in a collision going down, but not seriously. Funeral arrangements were made by members of the Baptist church, of which she was a member and the services were held from the Plattner parlors at two o’clock yesterday afternoon. Rev. Pelton, of Aledo, ILL, officiating, and interment was made in the family lot in the West cemetery. Rev. Pelton happened to be in this city holding services at the Baptist church. ¶ In maidenhood, Mrs. Salzman was Mattie Cooley, daughter of Mary and Josiah Cooley. She was married to Frank Thomas, who died some years ago. Mrs. Thomas was later united in marriage with Bee Marshall, of this city, who also preceded her in death. About two years ago she was again married, this time to Fred Salzman, who for many years resided at Bedford, but had moved to this city and taken charge of the popcorn stand on the southwest corner of the square. Last fall they decided to spend the winter in a warmer climate and left for Florida in October. Letters from them had told of a pleasant trip down and of being very much pleased with their location there and news of her death came as a distinct shock to her friends and neighbors. ¶ Mrs. Salzman had no near relatives. She was a granddaughter of the late Hiram Jellison, and graduated from the Pittsfield schools, afterward teaching for several years.” || The Pike County Democrat, Pittsfield, IL, Wednesday, January 27, 1923.~


James8 Low (James7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). Obituary: “James Low was born in Brighton, Somerset County, Maine, April 27, 1816, and became a resident of Newburg township, Pike County, in 1839 [BL: Error. James arrived in Pittsfield in 1836. See James’ journal], where he resided until the time of his death, which occurred at his home Monday morning at 10:00 o’clock. In the year 1836 he became a member of the Methodist church and remained a consistent member until the end. [BL: I rest my case. Note last date...] His neighbors bear testimony to his kindness of heart and goodness of life. “Uncle Jimmie” was one of the oldest settlers in the county, and while the pioneers were gathered for their annual meeting in the court-house park he was being gathered to his fathers and to the reunion on high. Funeral services were conducted at Sunny Hill school-house (Low School) by Rev. W. S. Calhoun near the residence of the deceased in the presence of a large company of sympathetic friends. The remains were laid to rest in the graveyard near by [BL: Low Cemetery at Sunny Hill].” || The Pike County Democrat, Pittsfield, IL, September 5, 1889. ~ James8 Low (James7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). Obituary of wife, Margaret Huston Montgomery Low: “Mrs. James Low departed this life at her residence two miles east of this place, Monday morning, after an illness of ten days. Her disease was asthma, and she bore her sickness with true Christian fortitude. She was 65 years of age. The funeral services were held at the residence, and her remains were deposited at the burial ground near the Low school house. “ || The emocratic Herald, Pittsfield, IL, Wednesday, August 23, 1882. ~ James8 Low (James7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). Obituary of wife, Margaret Huston Montgomery Low: “LOW. Mrs., wife of Mr. James Low, residing about two miles N.E. of this place, after an illness of ten days from asthma, died Monday morning, aged 65, and her remains were interred in the burial ground near the Low school house. A true Christian, her death will long be mourned by her venerable husband, whose faithful partner she so long had been, and a large circle of relatives and friends.” || The Pike County Democrat, Pittsfield, IL, August 24, 1882.~


Jane P. Low married Daniel S. Prindal of Gloucester, MA on 11-2-1840. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 46.~


 Jedidiah Low, son of Job and Sarah Low, was baptised 3-6-1745 at 1st Church of Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.75 (1921), p.112.~ Jediah Low, MA. R: Wells; Capt Bragdon’s Co.; r: Sanford, Shapleigh; 1S; s-3, p81 || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 492.~ Jedediah Low, Wells. Private, Capt. Joshua Bragdon’s (Wells) co, which marched in response to the alarm of 4-19-1775; enlisted 4-21-1775; service, 5 days; also, Capt. Joshua Bragdon’s co, Col. James Scammon’s (30th) regt; muster roll dated 8-1-1775; enlisted 5-3-1775; service, 3 months, 6 days; also, company return (prob. Oct. 1775), including abstract of pay to last of July 1775; also, order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money dated Cambridge, 12-20-1775. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1026.~


Jemima Low, of Ipswich, Intended marriage to Manassah Dodge on 9-25-1803. || Vital Records of Hamilton Massachusetts, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1908, p. 63.~


Jeneson Low, Barre. Private, Capt. Benjamin Nye’s co, Col. Nathan Sparhawk’s regt; enlisted 8-21-1777; discharged 8-25-1777; service, 10 days, including travel (96 miles) home; company marched 8-21-1777, to reinforce army under Gen. Stark at Bennington. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1026.


Jenison Low6 (Francis5, John4, John3, Thomas2, Thomas1), 1 males 16+, 4 females, Barre Town, Worcester Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 212.~


Jeremiah Low of Shapleigh, ME resided chiefly in Sanford, ME. Approx period 1817-1901. || Greenlaw Index of The New England Historic Genealogical Society, Vol 2, G.K. Hall & Co, Boston, 1979, p. 103.


Jeremiah Low, 3 males 16+, 1 males -16, 3 females, Marshfield, Plymouth Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 171.


Jeremiah Low died at Wenham on 10-7-1848, aged 68 yrs. church record.(BL: Son of Thomas and Dorothy (Choate) Low) || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.~


Jeremiah Low. Private, 14th regt; list of men belonging to the Mass. Line to whom wages and depreciation were allowed by the Commonwealth, notwithstanding the claim made in the army account office that said men had either not been mustered or were omitted from the pay rolls; reported not mustered. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1026.


Jeremiah Low, son of Arthur Low and Elizabeth, his wife, was born 7-25-1735. || Early Vital Records of Plymouth County, MA, Vital Records of Marshfield, Plymouth County, MA., p.30:150.~


Joab Low, son of Job and Eunice Low, on 6-20-1780 was baptised at the First Church of Christ is Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 76 (1922), p.112.~


Joanah Low was born 2-6-1708(9?), daughter of John Low and Joanah Partridge, of Portsmith. || Chapter: Early records of N.H. Families, New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 7 (1853), p123. 7 (1853), p123.~


Joanna G. Low of Wenham and Charles B. Allen, intended marriage 11-28-1840. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 46.~


Joanne Tomkins12 (Mildred Mary Ellen Lowe11,Forrest10, Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) Miss Tomkins Weds at Horseheads. Miss Joanne Tomkins and Lt. Cmdr. John F. Mays were united in marriage Saturday, Aug. 1, at 10 a.m. in St. Mary Our Mother Church, Horseheads The Rev. Bartholomew O'Brien officiated and said Nuptial Mass. ¶ The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tomkins of 104 Tift Ave., Horseheads, was escorted to the altar by her father. The bridegroom is the son of Edward Mays of Durango, Colo. and the late Mrs. Mays. ¶ Miss Georgia Bohlayer of Honey Brook, Pa., was maid of honor for her cousin and bridesmaids were Miss Karin Krauter of Elkhart, Ind., and Miss Martha Carter of Elmira. ¶ Mr. Mays was best man for his son. Ushers were Paul and Ivan Tomkins, brothers of the bride and Gary Webber of Horseheads. ¶ The reception was held at the Hickory House after which the couple left for a trip to Nova Scotia. ¶ The bride graduated from Horseheads High School, Corning Community College and is attending the University of Arizona. ¶ Her husband graduated from the University of Arizona School of Pharmacy and is a medical officer in the Public Health Service stationed in Sells, Ariz. || Undated clipping. Prob. from a Horseheads, NY paper. Joanne and Jack were married 8/1/1970.~


Job Low, an adult person was baptised on 5-21-1727, in the First Church of Christ in Wells, ME “upon having made a personal, express or publik profession of Christianity” || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 76 (1922), p.191.


Job Low. Mary Wormwood married in Wells 4-17-1701 to Job Low. || Mass & Maine Families. In the Ancestry of Walter Goodwin Davis., New England Historic Genealogical Society, Vol I, 1966. P. 654.~


Job Low on 5-21-1727 was received into full communion by the First Church of Christ is Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 76 (1922), p. 192.


Job Low, son of David and Sarah Low, was baptised 9-17-1748 at 1st Church of Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.75 (1921), p.113.~


Job Low. Brother of Daniel. Possible illegit child of widow Elizabeth (Howland) Low of Marshfield, chose Benjamin Phillips as his gardian in 1691 when he was 14 or over. Settled in Wells and married there on 4-17-1701 to Mary Wormwood, who was baptized on profession of faith 6-23-1706 and admitted to church 4-22-1722. He had a gr. of land in 1701, and in 1714 the 50 acres gr. To his brother Daniel which had lapsed, was given him by the town. List 269c. Jury 1714. Liv. in 1730 when he deeded half his homestead to his eldests son, William. Children: Mary (baptized 7-27-1707, married John Hatch on 9-29-1723); William (baptized 7-27-1707, intended marriage 11-12-1726 to Abigail Goodale. List 269c.); Elizabeth (baptized 9-14-1707, married Philip Hatch on 1-1-1727); Job(baptized 4-2-1710, married to Elizabeth Hatch on 9-4-1736, and 2nd intended marriage to Sarah Kimball on 12-5-1741); John (Married Abigail Frost 2-6-1740/1); David (baptized 9-18-1715, married Sarah Matthews on 8-30-1743); Tabitha (baptized 3-9-1717/8 - had an illegitimate child before July 1732, married Nathan Hatch 11-25-1736); Ephraim (baptized 5-8-1720, married 7-2-1741 to Mary Frost); Lydia (baptized 1-13-1722-3, married 12-13-1743 to Samuel Cane). || Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire, Noyes, Libby and Davis, Genealogical Pub, Baltimore, 1979, p. 445-446.~


Job Low married Sarah Kimball (Caleb1) (Bapt. 4-29-1716) intended marr 12-9-1741. Prob. in Wells. || History of the Kimball Family in America, From 1634 to 1897, and of its Ancestors The Kemballs or Kemboldes of England, Leonard Morrison, Damrell & Upham, Boston, 1897, p. 1098.~


Job Low, Jr. on 12-19-1742 was received into full communion by the First Church of Christ is Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 76 (1922), p.194.


Job Low, PS. R: Wells; TR-W3, p28 || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 492.


Johanna/Joanna Low married Antidas Dodge on 1-24-1699 (she had a second marriage in 1708 to a Joseph Hale). Ipswich. || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, Clarence Almon Torrey, 1985, p. 224.~Joanna Low. Antipas Dodge married Joanna Low in 1699 and Antipas died before 1707. His widow then married, as a second wife, Joseph Hale (whose first wife was Mary Watson), published 9-19-1708. ¶ Antipas and Joanna (Low) Dodge had a daughter, Joanna, born in Ipswich, MA 7-15-1702, and she became the wife of Ambrose Hale (son of Joseph, above). There were, essentially two Joanna Dodges and, thus, there can be some confusion if you don’t read carefully. || Boston Transcript Clippings, 1932- 1933, US, Mass, Suff, Boston, 974.461,B3., 200-6093-2.~Joanna Low married Antipas Dodge (Son of Samuel Dodge and born 9-7-1677). He married Joanna Low in 1699 in Ipswich. ||New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 46, pg 390.~


Johannis Lowe was a witness to the Will of Stephen Lincoln, Sr. of Hingham. Also, deposed with regards to the Will, was John Lowe. Inventory made of estate 8-18-1658. || Suffolk County Wills, Abstracts of the Earliest Wills Upon Record in the County of Suffolk, MA, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1984, p. 144.~ SEE JOHN LOW of Hingham (Marr to Hannah Lincoln)


John Low. There was a John Low in Sudburg, MA in 1641. || Genealogical Guide to the Early Settlers of America. Henry Whittemore, Louis H. Cornish Publisher, NY, p. 334.


John Low and Susanna Gilford of Hanover, MA married 4-22-1731 in Hanover. || Vital Records of Pembroke, Plymouth Co, MA to the year 1850, Pembroke Marriages, P. 312.~


John Lowe Jr, 1 males 16+, 5 males-16, 6 females, Gloucester, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 71.


John Low, 1 males 16+, 1 males -16, 1 females, Boston, Suffolk Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 185.


John Low, 1 males 16+, 1 males -16, 2 females, Beverly, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 66.


John Low. Hingham. Married Feb 1650 to Elizabeth, daughter of John Stodder, Sr. and in September 1659 to Hannah Lincoln, who perhaps died in a few years, as we find on 9-25-1679 that he married Ruth, daughter of Thomas Joy. By first wife he had John, 4-3-1655, and Elizabeth, to each of whom in the will of their granfather, John Stodder, dated 11-20-1661, a legacy is given; also Tabitha, 1-7-1653 who died in 1654. || Genealogical Guide to the Early Settlers of America. Henry Whittemore, Louis H. Cornish Publisher, NY, p. 334.~


John Low. Boston. 1637. Wheelwright. Had wife Elizabeth, died 12-1-1653. || Genealogical Guide to the Early Settlers of America. Henry Whittemore, Louis H. Cornish Publisher, NY, p. 334.


John Low. Concord. By wife Lydia had son John, born 3-7-1661. || Genealogical Guide to the Early Settlers of America. Henry Whittemore, Louis H. Cornish Publisher, NY, p. 334.


John Low. Ipswich. Son probably of Thomas, married 12-10-1661 to Sarah, daughter of John Thorndike. || Genealogical Guide to the Early Settlers of America. Henry Whittemore, Louis H. Cornish Publisher, NY, p. 335.~


John Low. Marshfield, MA. Whose father is not named, married Elizabeth, daughter of Arthur Howland, had son Arthur, born 1665, and Hannah, born 1670; he was killed by the Indians 1676 at Rehoboth. || Genealogical Guide to the Early Settlers of America. Henry Whittemore, Louis H. Cornish Publisher, NY, p. 335.~


John Low. Warwick. Son of Anthony, married 3-3-1675 to Mary, daughter of Zachery Rhoades. || Genealogical Guide to the Early Settlers of America. Henry Whittemore, Louis H. Cornish Publisher, NY, p. 335.~


John Low. Came to Salem, MA ca 1638. Married Elizabeth. Son of Capt Anthony Low (m. Frances); of Judge Anthony Low (1725-1802) (m. 2nd, Sarah Stafford); of Capt. Samuel Low (1772-1863)(m. Elizabeth Holden, daughter of Joseph Holden (1802-1886) and Mary Anne Greene) || Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy, First Families of America, Frederick Virkus, Virkus & Co, Chicago, Vol I, 1925, p. 280.


John Vaughan Low. Changed name FROM John Low. Boston, MA. 2-24-1818. || List of Persons Whose Names Have Been Changed in Massachusetts, 1780-1892, Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, 1972, p. 33.


John Low, 1 males 16+, 4 males -16, 6 females, Chelsea, Suffolk Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 197.


John Lowe, 1 males 16+, 1 males-16, 2 females, Gloucester, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 71.


John Lowe, 1 males 16+, 2 males-16, 2 females, Newburyport, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 89.


John Lowe, 3 males 16+, 1 males-16, 1 females, Gloucester, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 71.


John Low married Joanah Partridge of Portsmith on 1-16-1701. Their children were: Sarah Low (b. 2-1-1701(2?), Mary Low (b.4-3-1704), John Low (b.9-10-1706) and Joanah Low (b.2-6-1708(9?) || Chapter: Early records of N.H. Families, New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 7 (1853), p123.~


John F. Low, Son of General Joseph Low, died 10-26-1828 at Concord, NH, aged 9 months. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 92 (1938), p. 315.~


John Low, son of David and Abigail Low, on 8-11-1776 was baptised at the First Church of Christ is Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 76 (1922), p.110.~


John Low, Mass, Elizabeth, W15034 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


John Low, Jr. Beverly. Private, Capt. Larken Thorndike’s (1st Beverly) co, which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775, to Concord; service, 2½ days. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1027.


John J. Low. Descriptive list of men, dated 8-6-1776; Capt. Moses Cantine’s co, Col Levi Pawling’s (Ulster Co, NY) regt, Gen Clinton’s brigade; age, 21 years; stature, 5 ft, 5½in; complexion, fair; hair, brown; eyes, blue; occupation, boatman; birthplace, Kingston; enlisted 7-29-1776; marched 8-3-1776; regiment reported as serving as part of Continental Army and stationed near King’s Bridge. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1028.


John Low, Sudbury, 1641. || Genealogical Register of the First Settlers of New England, John Farmer, Carter, Andrews, & Co, 1829, p 183.


John Low, Chelsea. Private, Capt Samuel Sprague’s (Chelsea) Co, which marched on the alarm of 4-19-1775; discharged 5-19-1775; service, 1 mo; reported as belonging to the alarm list. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1027.


John Low, Beverly. Sergeant, Capt. Larken Thorndike’s (1st Beverly) co, which marched on the alarm of 4-19-1775, to Concord; service 2½ days; also, Capt. John Low’s co, Col. John Mansfield’s regt; receipt for advance pay, signed by said Low and others, dated Cambridge, 7-1-1775; also, Capt. Low’s co, Col. John Mansfield’s (19th) regt commanded by Lieut Col Israel Hutchinson; muster roll dated 10-6-1775; also, order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money dated Winter Hill, 10-21-1775; also, Sergeant, Capt Richard Dodge’s co, Col. Baldwin’s (26th) regt; return for advance pay for Jan 1776, etc; also, same co and regt; pay abstracts for Feb and March, 1776; also, account of guns returned by persons belonging to 26th regt while at Trenton 12-31-1776 and 1-1-1777. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1026-1027.


John Low, Leominster. Private, Capt Nathaniel Carter’s co, Col Abijah Stearns’s (Worcester Co) regt; service 11 days; company marched to Williamstown 8-22-1777, under command of Maj Ebenezer Bridge by order of Brig Gen Jonathan Warner on an alarm; also, sergeant, Capt. John White’s co, Col Abijah Stearns’s regt; engaged 4-1-1778; discharged 7-2-1778; service 3 months 4 days, at and about Boston; roll dated Lancaster. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1027.


John Wilson Low of Warren married Mrs. Judah Gladding of Rehoboth. They were married by John Wheaton, Justice of the Peace, on 9-28-1762 in Warren, RI. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages, and Deaths, A Family Registry For The People, James N. Arnold, Providence, RI, Narragansett Historical Pub. Co, 1894, p. 28.~


John Low (Prob born: 1765) died 2-1-1825 and is buried in Central Burying Ground, Boston (Tomb 50, which he owned). He was married by Rev. Samuel Stillman to Margaret Ranger 7-23-1786 in Boston. || Boston Transcript Clippings, 1932- 1933, US, Mass, Suff, Boston, 974.461,B3.195-6147-2.~


John W. Low came to Boston from the British Provinces and was admitted to the Suffolk County, MA Bar in 1883. "He is in active practice in Boston." || Professional and Industrial History of Suffolk County, Mass, Vol 1, History of the Bench and Bar, William T. Davis, Boston History Company, 1894, 974.46, d3, p. 438.


John Low, son of John and Abigail Low, was born 4-22-1729. City Document #43. || Boston Births, Baptisms, Marriages, and Deaths, 1700-1800, William S. Appleton, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1978, p. 193.~


John Low, son of John and Abigail Lowe, was born 2-4-1735. City Document #43. || Boston Births, Baptisms, Marriages, and Deaths, 1700-1800, William S. Appleton, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1978, p. 222.~


John Hall Lowe (B: 4-30-1877) married Mary Jane Roberts of Roberta, Ga (Daugh. Of James T. Roberts and Sarah Frances Middlebrook) (B: Yatesville, GA 12-19-1881). They were married 12-2-1903. No Children. || Register of the Middlebrook Family, Descendants of Joseph Middlebrook of Fairfield, Conn, Louis F. Middlebrook, Genealogical Society of Utah, Harford, Conn, 1909, p. 239.~


John Low (could be Lee) of Warwick, RI married Martha Carpenter (B: about 1712; daughter of Joseph Carpenter). They had the following children: 1. Joseph (B: 1-7-17??); 2. Abigail (B: 10-2-17??); 3. Anna (B: 10-2-17??); 4. Thomas ; 5. Martha; 6. John, Jr. || A Genealogical History of the Rehoboth Branch of the Carpenter Family in America, Amos Carpenter, Amherst, MA, Press of Carpenter & Morehouse, 1898, p. 77.~


John Low(e), Marshfield. Married Elizabeth, daughter of Arthur Howland. Son: Arthur (b.1665) and daughter Hannah (b.1670). He was killed by the Indians 1676 at Rehoboth. || Genealogical Dictionary of New England. James Savage, Genealogical Pub. Co, 1965, Vol III, p. 125.~


John Low cert marr 10-1-1803 Polly Chandler. Intention also recorded. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol III - Marriages, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 617.~


John Low, Cont. Mass, S37184 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


John Tolson Lowe, Lt, MD, Susannah, W24575;BLWt1297-200 iss. 2-28-1795 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


John Wilson Low, son of John Wilson and Lydia Low, was born 10-25-1757 in Warren, RI. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages, and Deaths, A Family Registry For The People, James N. Arnold, Providence, RI, Narragansett Historical Pub. Co, 1894, p. 76.~


John Gardner Low (Jan. 10, 1835- Nov. 10, 1907), potter and painter, was a son of John and Hannah Gardner LOW, of Chelsea, Mass. The father, a surveyor, and a prominent citizen, encouraged John to study art, of which he himself was a connoisseur. The younger Low accordingly was sent, in 1858, to Paris where he had three years at the ateliers of Thomas Couture and Constant Troyon. According to tradition he was somewhat wild as a student but he acquired a sound professional technique. His interest in pottery is said to have been aroused during his stay in France, but he returned to the United States purposing to be a painter and he engaged for several years in scenic and other decorative work. In 1866 Alexander William Robertson started at Chelsea, where clay is abundant, a pottery for manufacture of artistic wares. At this plant Low served an apprenticeship, learning all he could about glazing and firing, and conducting experiments of his own. About 1877, in partnership with his father, Low inaugurated a manufactory under the style of the Low Art Tile Works. Picturesquely situated under Powderhorn Hill the plant exemplified in architecture, fixtures, and output its founder's conception of a combination of utility and beauty. Some of Low's processes in tile making were original, as when by use of a specially devised screw he pressed upon unburnt clay leaves, grasses, ferns, and laces, which left their impress on the finished product. The works employed as head designer Arthur Osborne, an artist, whose creative ingenuity was similar to Low's. Later Low's son, John F. Low, entered the firm. ¶ A kiln of tiles was first successfully fired at the Low Works in May 1879. In September following an exhibit of the tiles sent to the Cincinnati Industrial Exposition won a silver medal. In 1880 Low tiles were entered in competition with the well-established English potters at the Crewe, Stoke-upon- Trent, Exposition, held under royal auspices. Award of the gold medal to the American entrant created a veritable sensation in the Five Towns, and the occurrence naturally had wide publicity in the American press. Other prizes and medals followed. In 1882 by invitation an exhibit of Low tiles and plastic sketches was held at the rooms of the Fine Art Society, London. It was visited and commended by members of the royal family, by Sir Frederick Leighton, and by many other members of the Royal Academy. ¶ The output of the Low Tile Works was extensive for about twenty years. It included, besides tiles and plastic sketches (the latter being ceramic portraits, figure compositions, and landscapes in low relief), such objects as paperweights, inkstands, clock cases, candlesticks, and especially, tiling for soda fountains. In time, however, the activities of the Low Tile Works gradually lessened. In the last ten years of his life John G. Low resumed his painting in which his attainments were respectable. He was temperamentally an intense, positive man, but he was also constructive and public-spirited. He was long a member of the Chelsea park commission, and he held offices in the Allston and Paint and Clay clubs of Boston. In religion he was a Unitarian. He died after a brief illness and his remains were cremated for deposition at at Auburn Cemetery. || Dictionary of American Biography, Vol VI, Larned-Millington, Charles Scribner’s Sons, NY 1933, p. 446-447~


John Lowe (B: Amagortha, West Meath, Ireland, 1836, son of Samuel and Eliza (French) Lowe) married Mary Pond Coggeshall (B: 5-21-1846, Milford, CT) in Milford, CT on 6-28-1874. Mary Pond was confirmed at St. Peter's Church, Milford, CT 3-11-1864. Mary's parents were William Coggeshall (B:Milford, 9-22-1814; D: 12-29-1902; son of William and Mary (Pond) Coggeshall) who married 11-26-1843 Louisa Hopkins Beach who was born 2-20-1822 Milford (daughter of Samuel and Martha (Stow)). || Families of Early Milford, Connecticut, Susan Woodruff Abbott, Genealogical Publishing CO, Inc., 1979, p.212.~


John Low. Descriptive list of men raised in Middlesex Co, agreeable to resolve of 12-2-1780, as returned by Joseph Hosmer, Superintendent for said county; age 24 yrs; stature, 5 ft 7in; complexion, dark; hair, dark; eyes, blue; occupation, farmer; engaged for town of Malden; engaged 5-19-1781; term, 3 years. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1027.


John Low. Capt Charles Smith’s co; receipts dated Ipswich, Sept 15 and Sept 30, 1775, signed by said Low and others, for advance pay for 1 month, and 4 weeks billeting, respectively, given to Michael Farley, Muster Master and Paymaster of men raised in Ipswich for defense of seacoast in Essex Co; also, Private, same Co; enlisted 7-21-1775; service to 1-1-1776, 5 mos 25 days; company raised in Ipswich for defense of seacoast in Essex Co. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1027.


John Low. Receipt dated Boston, 7-9-1781, for bounty paid said Low by Thomas Burnham, in behalf of Capt. Abraham Dodge, Chairman of Class No. 7 of the town of Ipswich, to serve in the Continental Army for the term of 3 years. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1027.


John Lowe of Hingham, near Boston, in New England, mariner now belonging to Her Majesty’s Ship Triton, 7-9-1707, proved (died) 11-12-1708. All goods, wages, etc to loving friend William Mason of Howton in the county of Durham, mariner. Probate was granted, as above, to Adam Bird, attorney lawfully deputed by William Mason, the natural & lawful father and administrator of William Mason deceased, while he lived executor named in the will of John Lowe lately of the Royal Ship Triton, bachelor, deceased, etc. - Barrett, 264. [NEH&GR Editor’s note: There was a Lowe family in Hingham, MA at an early date. The only John in it, that could have been the testator, was John, son of John and Elizabeth, born in Hingham, 4-3-1655. But he had a family at Hingham. He died between 1694-1719] || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.49 (1895), p404.~


John Low Intended marriage to Molly Henry 8-23-1762. || Vital Records of Newbury Massachusetts to the end of the Year 1849, Vol 2, Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, 1911, p. 299.~ John Low, son of Nathaniel and Abigail Low, was born 4-18-1741. || Vital Records of Newbury Massachusetts to the end of the Year 1849, Vol 1, Births, Essex Institute, Salem, 1911, p. 289.~


John Low. Private, Capt. Jonathan Maynard’s (6th) co, Lieut. Col John Brooks’s (7th) regt; muster rolls for July, Aug, Oct, and Nov 1782; also, Capt Nathaniel C. Allen’s (8th) co, 4th Mass regt; muster rolls for May-Sept 1783; balance of term of enlistment unexpired, 19 months. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1027.


John Low. Private, Capt Moses Nowell’s (Newburyport) co; enlisted 7-9-1776; service to 11-19-1776, 4 months 14 days; company stationed at Plum Island for defense of seacoast. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1027.


John Low married Elizabeth Spafford (1647-1724+). Widow of Alexander Sessions. Married afet 1688/9. Andover. || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, Clarence Almon Torrey, 1985, p. 476-477.~


John Lowe, MD, S8859 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


John Low married Hannah Lincoln in September 1659 in Hingham, MA by Rev. Peter Hobart. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 2 (1848), p. 252, First Settlers of Hingham, MA. ~John Low of Hingham, MA. Entry actually pertains to Hannah Lincoln (B: 9-10-1659; Bapt. 9-17-1659; Died 10-30-1715) who was married to John Low. Entry is part of The Hobart Journal. The Hobart Journal spans roughly the first century of the colonial history if Hingham, a settlement on Bear Cove, south of Boston in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. While the first entry records the arrival in Charlestown from England of the Rev. Peter Hobart with his wife and four children, 6-8-1635, there is only one other entry before 1637 which suggests that the latter marks the beginning of the Journal. David Hobart of Hingham continued the Journal after the death of his father (1-20-1679) for another third of a century. The Journal is now in the possession of the Mass. Historical Society. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 121 (1967), p. 109.~John Low married Ruth Joy September 1679 in Hingham, MA by Rev. Norton. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 2 (1848), p. 254, First Settlers of Hingham, MA.~John Lowe’s wife [BL: Elizabeth Stodder] died 9-14-1658 in Hingham, MA. Entry is part of The Hobart Journal. The Hobart Journal spans roughly the first century of the colonial history if Hingham, a settlement on Bear Cove, south of Boston in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. While the first entry records the arrival in Charlestown from England of the Rev. Peter Hobart with his wife and four children, 6-8-1635, there is only one other entry before 1637 which suggests that the latter marks the beginning of the Journal. David Hobart of Hingham continued the Journal after the death of his father (1-20-1679) for another third of a century. The Journal is now in the possession of the Mass. Historical Society. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 121 (1967), p. 108.~John Low married Ruth Joy on 9-25-1679. Hingham. || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, Clarence Almon Torrey, 1985, p. 476-477.~John Low(e), Hingham, married February 1650 to (1) Elizabeth Stodder (daughter of John), (2) Hannah Lincoln (who perhaps died in a few years) and (3) Ruth (daughter of Thomas Joy) He married Ruth 9-25-1679. By Elizabeth, he had John (b.4-3-1655) , Elizabeth and Tabitha (b.1-7-1653) who died the next year. John’s will of gr.f. S. 20 Nov 1661, a legacy is given to son, John, and daughter, Elizabeth. || Genealogical Dictionary of New England. James Savage, Genealogical Pub. Co, 1965, Vol III, p. 125.~John Low married Elizabeth Stodder in February 1649 in Hingham, MA by Rev. Peter Hobart. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 2 (1848), p. 252, First Settlers of Hingham, MA.~John Lowe married Hannah (Lincoln?) in Sept. 1659. Hingham. || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, Clarence Almon Torrey, 1985, p. 476-477.~John Low married Ruth Joye in Hingham, MA 9-25-1679. Entry is part of The Hobart Journal. The Hobart Journal spans roughly the first century of the colonial history if Hingham, a settlement on Bear Cove, south of Boston in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. While the first entry records the arrival in Charlestown from England of the Rev. Peter Hobart with his wife and four children, 6-8-1635, there is only one other entry before 1637 which suggests that the latter marks the beginning of the Journal. David Hobart of Hingham continued the Journal after the death of his father (1-20-1679) for another third of a century. The Journal is now in the possession of the Mass. Historical Society. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 121 (1967), p. 204.~John Low (-1697) married Elizabeth Stodder/Stoddard (-1658) on 2-28-1648/9. Hingham. || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, Clarence Almon Torrey, 1985, p. 476-477.~John Low. The following is an abstract of the will of John Stodder, on record in the County of Suffolk, Mass. John Stodder, senior, of Hingham, being sicke, doe make this my Last will. I give unto my daughter Hannah Wheelocke, the wife of Gerhom Welclocke (stet), £15 starling, to be payd within sixe moneths after my decease by my executor, if my said daughter live till the time of payment come; if she die before that time, the money to go to her heir; [if she leave no heir, then the said Gershom, to have one half;] the other half, to the use of my 3 sonns, John, Daniell and Samuell Stodder. Unto John Low, my Grand Child, £7.10s to be payd by my executors, when the said John Low shall accomplish the age of 18 yeares. Unto Elizabeth Low, my Grand Child, £7.10s, when the said Elizabeth shall accomplish the ago of 18 yeares. [Provision is made in case of the death of either.] All the rest of my estate, in Hingham, or elsewhere, shall be devided amongst my three sonnes, my eldest sonne, John, to have a double share. Sonne John, executor. 11-20-1661. (Signed) John S. Stodder. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 11 (1857), p.35.~ John Low mentioned as the grandchild of John Stodder in the Will of the latter. Also, granchild Elizabeth Low. Neither were 18 yrs at the time of the dating of John Stodder's Will: 11-20-1661. || Suffolk County Wills, Abstracts of the Earliest Wills Upon Record in the County of Suffolk, MA, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1984, p. 195.~John Lowe married to Elezebeth Stodder 2-28-1649 in Hingham, MA. Entry is part of The Hobart Journal. The Hobart Journal spans roughly the first century of the colonial history if Hingham, a settlement on Bear Cove, south of Boston in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. While the first entry records the arrival in Charlestown from England of the Rev. Peter Hobart with his wife and four children, 6-8-1635, there is only one other entry before 1637 which suggests that the latter marks the beginning of the Journal. David Hobart of Hingham continued the Journal after the death of his father (1-20-1679) for another third of a century. The Journal is now in the possession of the Mass. Historical Society. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 121 (1967), p. 105.~


John Low(e), Boston, 1637, a wheelwright, had wife Elizabeth and he died 12-1-1653. His son Anthony married Frances. || Genealogical Dictionary of New England. James Savage, Genealogical Pub. Co, 1965, Vol III, p. 125.~John Low. Immigrated from St. Mary Aldermanbury parish in England on the ship “Anne” to Boston, MA. See Anthony Low || Topographical Dictionary of English Immigrants to New England 1620-1650 by Charles Edward Banks, Southern Book Co., Baltimore, 1957, p. 101.~ John Low of Boston, C. 1653. Abstract from a will on file in the County of Suffolk, Mass: John Low left £500, 11 shillings and power of administration was granted to his son, Anthony Low - so as he duly provides for this mother comfortable maintenance during her life. . || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 8 (1854), p.128.~


John I. Low, NY, Jane, W20507 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


John Low is mentioned as a witness to a deed dated 12-22-1764 in Perquimans County, NC. The deed is signed by Patience Earll. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 104 (1950), p230.


John Low (b: 2-22-1691) married Anna Annable 4-18-1718. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 48, p75.~


John Low, Son of William and Abigail Low, was baptised 4-14-1735 at 1st Church of Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.75 (1921), p.107.~


John Low, son of Asa and Sally Low, was born 7-11-1794. || Vital Records of Newbury Massachusetts to the end of the Year 1849, Vol 1, Births, Essex Institute, Salem, 1911, p. 289.~


John Low(e), Concord, was married to Lydia and had son, John (b.3-7-1661). || Genealogical Dictionary of New England. James Savage, Genealogical Pub. Co, 1965, Vol III, p. 125.~


John Low baptised 6-24-1655 in Hingham, MA. Entry is part of The Hobart Journal. The Hobart Journal spans roughly the first century of the colonial history if Hingham, a settlement on Bear Cove, south of Boston in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. While the first entry records the arrival in Charlestown from England of the Rev. Peter Hobart with his wife and four children, 6-8-1635, there is only one other entry before 1637 which suggests that the latter marks the beginning of the Journal. David Hobart of Hingham continued the Journal after the death of his father (1-20-1679) for another third of a century. The Journal is now in the possession of the Mass. Historical Society. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 121 (1967), p. 105.~


John M. Lowe & Susan (Fernald) Lowe were husb. and wife, and had daughter, Edith G. Lowe of York. See Edith G. Lowe. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 123 (1969), p. 235.~


John Low Jr, Lieut. of Lyman, ME married 11-26-1813 Miss Abigail Smith of Lyman. Page 145. However, there is an entry of intention to marry (same individuals 11-6-1813 and another cert. of marriage date (same individuals) 12-4-1813 on P. 248. Early Vital Records of Lyman, Maine || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 96 (1942), p. 145.~


John Warren Low, son of John and Hannah, was born 6-10-1830. || Vital Records of Lynn Massachusetts to the end of the year 1849. Vol 1- Births, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1905, p. 248.~


John Low (D: 1801) of Gloucester, MA graduated from Harvard Univ. Class of 1773. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 144 (1990), p. 266.


John Allan Low. Of Glen Ellyn, IL was married to Joan Rebecca Chapman, an elected member of the New England Historical and Genealogical Society. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 87 (1933), p. 174.~


John Low, son of Francis, "Killed on board the Sch. Manchester" by the bursting of a Swiveel in Gloucester Harbor," 7-18-1832, aged 22 or 23 yrs. || Vital Records of Manchester Massachusetts to the End of Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1903, 274.~


John K. Lowe, son of Ephraim and Hannah Lowe of Sanford, ME. Died in Worcester, Mass, July 16-1880. See “IVORY LOWE” notes. || Biographical Review Vol. XXIX, Containing Life Sketches of Leading Citizens of Somerset, Piscataquis, Hancock, Washington, and Aroostook Counties, Maine. Biographical Review Publishing Co, Boston. 1898. Pgs 522-523.~


John Low, son of Francis and Mary Low, was born 1-31-1810. || Vital Records of Manchester Massachusetts to the End of Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1903, 87.~


John Low, Capt, Militia; R: Wells; Capt Class of Wells; 1S app || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 492.


John Low, born in England about 1763, died in New York City 5-23-1809. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 84 (1930), p. 465.~


John Low, son of Stephen and Elisabeth Low, was bap. 7-6-1760. church record. || Vital Records of Manchester Massachusetts to the End of Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1903, 87.~


John Wilson Low, son of Hooper and Elizabeth Low, was born 1-6-1764 in Warren, RI || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages, and Deaths, A Family Registry For The People, James N. Arnold, Providence, RI, Narragansett Historical Pub. Co, 1894, p. 76.~


John Low (B: 7-28-1749) married Barbara Wells (B: 1-28-1749). Their children were: 1) Mary Wells Low (B: 11-15-1776, Warwick, RI); 2) Sarah Ann Low (B: 8-7-1780, Warwick, RI); 3) John Holden Low (B: 11-3-1799, Warwick, RI; D: Aug-1818, aged 19 at St. Jago de Cuba). Barbara Wells’ sisters were:1) Anstis Holden Wells (B:4-19-1752); and 2) Penelope Wells (B: 1741) who M. 3-20-1760 to Oliver Greene of Warwick. Barbara Wells’ parents were: John Wells who married 1740 Barbary Holden (note spelling). Barbary was the daughter of Charles Holden (1696-1785) of Warwick, RI who marr. 1716 to Penelope Bennett. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 129 (1975), p. 78-79.~ John Low, son of John Low, JR (deceased), married Barbara Wells (d. of Col. John Wells) in Warwick, RI on 9-7-1775 by Elder Charles Holden. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 80.~


John Low (-1653) married Elizabeth. Their first child was born 1632?. Boston. || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, Clarence Almon Torrey, 1985, p. 476-477.


John Low married Miss Betsy Kingsley on 9-15-1822 at the Charles Street Baptist Church of Boston by Rev. Daniel Sharp, DD. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 88 (1934), p. 282.~


John Low, Mass, S33008 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


John Low is listed in the Rhode Island census of 1782 in Warwick, RI. 2 males under 16; 2 females under 16; 1 male 16-22; 1 female 16-22; 2 females 22-50; 1 male over 50; 1 female over 50; 1 black. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 129 (1975), p. 276.~


John Low, of Boston. Abstract from the earliest wills on file in the County of Suffolk, Mass. Inventory, 28 (11) 1653. Amt. £500: 11s. Taken by Josh: Scottew, Jr Barrell. Estate indebted to gooman Cuke, Mr. Padishall, mr. Scotaway, Mr. Worker, Goodman Packer, Goodman Tomas, good wife Benitt, Richard Benit, Mr. Stader, goodman Holsey, good wife Vane, goodman Gridley, and others. Amt £214.01. Power of Administration granted to Anthony Lowe, his sone, so as he duely provides for his Mother Comfortable Maintaineance dureing her life. Anthony Lowe deposed.|| New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 30 (1876), p.127-128~John Low of Boston. Will. Inventory, 28 (11) 1653. Amt £500:11s. Taken by Josh: Scottew, Jn. Barrell. Estate indebted to goodman Cuke, Mr. Padishall, Mr. Scotaway, Mr. Worker, Goodman Packer, Goodman Tomas, good wife Benitt, Richard Benit, Mr. Stoder, goodman Holsey, good wife Vane, goodman Gridley, and others. Amt. £214.01. Power of Administration granted to Anthony Lowe, his sone, so as he duely provides for his Mother Comfortable Maintenance dureing her life. Anthony Lowe deposed. || Suffolk County Wills, Abstracts of the Earliest Wills Upon Record in the County of Suffolk, MA, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1984, p. 124.~


John Low is listed as an incorporator of the Boston and Chelsea Railroad Company which was chartered in 1854 to construct lines in Chelsea, and connect with the Middlesex road in Charlestown. This road first assumed importance on being leased by the Lynn and Boston Railroad Company, which obtained a charter in 1859. || Professional and Industrial History of Suffolk County, Mass Vol III, Boston History Company, 1894, 974.46, d3, p.289.


John Lowe. See G.A. Low Ca. Civil War


John Low married 10-30-1808 Elizabeth Porter. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol III - Marriages, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 617.~


John Lowe and Sarah Ham, on 12-2-1821, were married by Rev. Nathan Parker of the Church of Portsmouth, NH || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.83 (1929), p.25.~


John Low married 11-9-1840 Lois A. Trumbull. Intention also recorded. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol III - Marriages, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 617.~


John Low, JR, aged 37, shoemaker, son of John and Lucy Low, married Harriet N. Marshall, aged 31 yrs, daughter of William and Lucy Marshall, on 12-31-1846. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 46.~


John Low int marr 8-2-1810 Betsey Newman of Ipswich. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol III - Marriages, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 617.~


John Lowe married 10-15-1834 Mary Ann Cole. Intention also recorded. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol III - Marriages, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 618.~ John Low. His wife, Mary Ann Cole of Beverly (daug. of Jeremiah Cole), died 7-31-1838, aged 28 years. [Salem Gazette Newspaper record] || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol V - Deaths, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 408.~


John Low. Boy, ship “General Putnam,” commanded by Capt. Daniel Waters; engaged July 9 (also given July 13) 1779; service to 9-7-1779, 1 mo 28 days, on Penobscot expedition. Roll sworn to in Suffolk Co. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1027.


John Lowe married Sarah Darnall on 6-24-1782 in Prince George’s County, Maryland || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.73 (1919), p. 142.~


John Low was born 3-14-1796, son of Daniel and Mary (Luscomb) Low [Bible record in the possession of Miss Mary B. Chamberlain]. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 531.~


John Lowe. (?-1701) Maryland; married Rebecca --. Military Service. || Seventeenth Century Colonial Ancestors of Members of the National Society Colonial Dames XVII Century 1915-1975; Mary Hutton, Edward Brothers, Ann Arbor, MI, 1976, p. 161.~


John Low was born 9-16-1783, son of Daniel and Mary (Luscomb) Low. [Bible record in the possession of Miss Mary B. Chamberlain]. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 531.~


John Low was born 11-8-1785, son of Daniel and Mary (Luscomb) Low. [Bible record in the possession of Miss Mary B. Chamberlain]. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 531.~


John Low, son of Anthony and Mary Low, was born in Warwick, RI 10-8-1702. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 188.~


John Low, Capt, Cont, MA. R: Beverley, also Ipswich, MA; B: Ipswich, MA 1755; r: Lyman 1819; died: Lyman, also Kennebunk 1827; Married (1) Martha, (2) Sarah; 1(S37184); 1S; 3S; CL-16; Index of Revolutionary Veterans Buried in Maine || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 492.


John Low, son of Stephen and Alice Low, was born in Warwick, RI 6-19-1731. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 188.~


John Low (NY) Joined 2nd NY as 2nd Lt. 5-29-1782. Deserted 12-12-1782. || Historical Register of Officers of the Continental Army During the War of the Revolution, April 1775 - December 1783, Francis Heitman, 1914, p. 358.


John Low, son of John Low (deceased), was born in Warwick, RI 6-15-1749. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 188.


John Low (RI) Lt. Col. Rhode Island militia 1-1-1775 to 12-31-1776. || Historical Register of Officers of the Continental Army During the War of the Revolution, April 1775 - December 1783, Francis Heitman, 1914, p. 358.


John Low (PA) Ensign. 1st Penn Battalion Jan 1, 1776. Died 7-29-1776. || Historical Register of Officers of the Continental Army During the War of the Revolution, April 1775 - December 1783, Francis Heitman, 1914, p. 358.


John Low, son of Anthony Low, married Mary Arnold (d. of Isreal) 10-8-1702, in Warwick, RI. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 80.~


John Low married Mary Roads, 3-3-1674, Warwick, RI || Marriage Records Before 1699, William Clemens, Genealogical Publishing, 1977, p. 145.~ John Low(e), Warwick. Son of Anthony. He married 3-3-1675, Mary, daughter of Zachary Rhoades. || Genealogical Dictionary of New England. James Savage, Genealogical Pub. Co, 1965, Vol III, p. 125.~ John Low of Warwick. Ca. 1692. Son of Anthony Low of Bristol County, Maine. See notes on Anthony Low. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Bristol County Probate Records, Vol. 62 (1908), p. 181-182.~ John Low married Mary Rhodes on 3-3-1674/5. Warwick, RI. || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, Clarence Almon Torrey, 1985, p. 476-477.~ John Low is listed as a town officer of Warwick, RI ca 1682. || Peirce’s Colonial Lists, Colonial, County and Town Officers, Clergymen, Physicians, and Lawyers 1621-1700, Ebenezer W. Pierce of Freetown, MA, Boston, A. Williams & CO, 1881, p. 137.~ John Low of Boston resided chiefly in Warwick, RI. approx period 1653-1723. [ Davol-Willits Genealogy, Frost, Vol. V, 1925, p. 113.] || Greenlaw Index of The New England Historic Genealogical Society, Vol 2, G.K. Hall & Co, Boston, 1979, p. 103.~ John Low, son of Anthony and Frances Low, married Mary Roades (d. of Zachary) in Warwick, RI 3-3-1674/75 by Justice of the Peace, Job Almy. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 80.~


John Low, son of John and Susanna Low, was baptised 11-2-1746 at 1st Church of Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.75 (1921), p.112.~


John Low died of apoplexy on 9-7-1819. church record. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.


John Low, Jr. (1665-) married Anna Burnham. Ipswich. || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, Clarence Almon Torrey, 1985, p. 476-477.~


John Low, NY, R6485 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


John Low, age 24, emigrated from Warwick 1774. He was an indentured iron monger. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 63 (1909), p.22.


John Low married Sarah Wickes in Warwick, RI on 10-26-1755 by Elder John Gorton. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 80.~


John Low(e). Ca. 1861. Ipswich. See G.A. Low.


John Lowe and Susanna Riddle, on 7-10-1784, were married in Prince George’s County, Maryland || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.73 (1919), p.144.~


John Low, aged 19, emigrated from London 1774. He was an indentured ‘turner’. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 63 (1909), p.25.


John Low, of Ipswich. See notes on Thomas Low, Junior. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 7 (1853), pgs 77-78.


John H. Lowe and Barbara Magruder, on 1-2-1788, were married in Prince George’s County, Maryland || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.73 (1919), p.149.~


John Low. Portsmouth. Around 39 years of age in 1705, carpenter. Married Joanna Partridge 1-16-1701-2. (Joanna remarried - Axwell Roberts, 8-8-1716). Selectm. 1710 to his death, 5-24-1713. Lists 324, 337. Adm. To widow Joanna 6-14-1713, William Fellows and Samuel Hart, both from Ipswich, her bondsmen. The widow who had owned cov. of No. Ch. in 1708, was taxed in 1713. Children: Sarah (born 2-1-1701/2, married 3-2-1720/1 to Samuel Tibbetts of Dover; died before 1761, when he was living in Georgetown.); Mary (born 4-3-1704); John (born 09-10-1706, Boston shipwright, died by 1761, leaving widow and exec. Sarah); Joanna (born 2-6-1708/9, married James Springer of Falmouth, shipwright; liv. In Georgetown in 1761); Nathaniel (baptized 5-25-1712, Boston, mariner, on HM Ship Norwich; will 1-4-1742/3 - 7-22-1746 -NH prob. Iii.143 . His widow and exec. Mary Low of Boston joined his brother John and his sisters Tibbetts and Springer in deeding the malt-house lot in Portmouth to Samuel Hart in 1754). || Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire, Noyes, Libby and Davis, Genealogical Pub, Baltimore, 1979, p. 445-446.~ John Low was born 9-10-1706, son of John Low and Joanah Partridge, of Portsmith. || Chapter: Early records of N.H. Families, New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 7 (1853), p123.~


John Low, esq. Is listed as the recorder of several marriages in Lyman Maine, 1793. Town Clerk? || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 95 (1941), p. 399.~John Low, esq of Lyman, Maine married 2-15-1806 Miss Sarah Herrick of Beverly. Intention of marriage was recorded 2-1-1806. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 95 (1941), p. 88.~


John Low, Col. Of Gloucester, MA resided chiefly in Gloucester and Watertown, MA. Ca 1630. [ Boston and Eastern Mass, Lewis Pub. Co, Vol 2, 1908, p. 587-588.] || Greenlaw Index of The New England Historic Genealogical Society, Vol 2, G.K. Hall & Co, Boston, 1979, p. 103.


John Low, NC, S38916 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


John Low: Spent a short time on Star Island (The Shoals) as a missionary ( Ca. Nov 1800) but was compelled by ill health to retire. In Spring of 1801 Mr. Josiah Stevens took his place. -From the town records of Gosport, NH and communicated by Joseph Warren, M.D. of Bryn Mawr, PA. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 67 (1913), p.355.


John Low was selected to serve as a juror in the Supreme Judicial Court at Wells, ME in 1798. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 87 (1933), p. 205-206.


John Brown Low, son of George Low, was baptized 11-22-1772 at the West Church of Boston. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 92 (1938), p. 22.~


John Foster Low, son of Joseph and Sarah Low, was born 1-16-1799. City Document #43. || Boston Births, Baptisms, Marriages, and Deaths, 1700-1800, William S. Appleton, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1978, p. 347.~


John B. Low of Madison married Miss Jennie F. Wells, of Clinton, ME. 1-16-1880 at Clinton. || Provided by Eric Bittner. Unknown source. Page heading “Clinton Marriages”, page 232.~


John Low. Mentioned in a part of a biographical sketch of one Moses Kimball in the following context: “Moses Kimball was of the 7th generation from Richard Kimball (of Rattlesden in the county of Suffolk. Married to Ursula. Richard came over in 1634 and settled first for two years in Watertown. Richard was among the founders of Ipswich in Essex County), and was born October 24, 1809, at Newburyport. His mother was Nancy Stacy of Gloucester, who traces her descent from Simon Stacy and Elizabeth Clark, who were married in London in 1620, through Thomas, John, Nymphus, and Benjamin. Nearly all his ancestors were among the early settlers of New England. Among them are the Rev. Samuel Worcester, for 20 years the first minister of Salisbury, John Davis, Robert Lord, John Low, John Perkins, and Mary Ward, sister of Nathaniel Ward. Other names which appear in the family genealogy are Boreman, Thompson, Knight, Dodge, Eaton, Waite, Call, Edwards, Littlehale, Lancton, Babson, Batchelder, Gill, Buswell, Harraden, Somes, Prince, Hazeltine. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 56 (1902), p. 335.


John Low (-1676) married Elizabeth Howland, daughter of Arthur. Marshfield. || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, Clarence Almon Torrey, 1985, p. 476-477.~


John Low, Beverly (also given Ipswich). List of captains in Col John Mansfield’s regt; ordered in (provincial) Congress 5-27-1775, that said officers be commissioned; also, receipt dated Cambridge, 6-30-1775, signed by said Low, Captain, Col. John Mansfield’s regt, for money received of Col Asa Witcom (Whitcomb), for the use of his company; also, Captain, Col. John Mansfield’s (19th) regt. commanded by Lieut Col Israel Hutchinson; muster roll dated 8-1-1775; engaged 5-12-1775; service, 2 mos. 25 days; also, company return dated 10-6-1775; also, memorandum of fire-locks received of sundry officers and soldiers; date of delivery, 2-16-1776. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1026. John Low (Mass) Captain of Mansfield’s Mass Regt May to December 31, 1775. Capt 27th Continental Infantry Jan 1, 1776 - Dec 31, 1776. || Historical Register of Officers of the Continental Army During the War of the Revolution, April 1775 - December 1783, Francis Heitman, 1914, p. 358.


John Low, Jr. was selected to serve as a “Petit Juror” in the Supreme Judical Court (Sr, selected, reg. Juror) 1798 at Wells, ME. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 87 (1933), p. 207.


John Low (1635, 1633/4-1695?) Married Sarah Thorndick/Thorndike (-1672). (A first wife) on 12-10-1661. Ipswich. || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, Clarence Almon Torrey, 1985, p. 476-477.~John Low. Context: John Thorndike lived in the Beverly part of Salem; probably married Elizabeth _____; went to England in 1668, and died there in 1670; children: 1. Sarah; married John Low of Ipswich 12-10-1661; 2. Elizabeth, born about 1641 and married John Proctor; 3. Ann. Insane in 1668; 4. Mary; 5. Alice. With her father in England in 1668.; 6. Martha. With her father in England in 1668.; 7. Paul. Lived in Beverly, representative, married Mary (or Margaret) Patch 4-28-1668. John Thorndike was said to have come from Little Carleton, Lincolnshire, England, to Boston, as early as 1632, was one of the grantees of Ipswich and was living in Salem in 1635. || History of Salem, Massachusetts, Sidney Perley, Salem, MA, Sidney Perley Pub, 1924, Vol VI, p. 308.~John Low, son-in-law of John Thorndike of Beverly. Listed as an early settler of Essex and Old Norfolk. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 7 (1853), p. 83. ~John Low(e), Ipswich, son (probably) of Thomas. Married 12-10-1661, Sarah, daughter of John Thorndike. || Genealogical Dictionary of New England. James Savage, Genealogical Pub. Co, 1965, Vol III, p. 125.~ John Low. In 1678, Charles II ordered a new oath of allegiance to be taken by the colonists. The Constables of every town and villiage were ordered to convene all the inhabitants for the administration of the Oath. If Feb. 1678/79, a list of commoners was recorded and in December 1679, a list of freemen was also prepared and put on record. John Low is listed as one of the Commoners (not allowed to have a vote in town affairs), in Ipswich. || Ipswich in the Massachusetts Bay Colony 1633-1700, Thomas Franklin Waters, Ipswich Historical Soc. Ipswich, MA 1905, p.91-97.~


John Low on 4-24-1743 was received into full communion by the First Church of Christ is Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 76 (1922), p.194.


John Low (also given John Low, Jr). 1st Lieutenant; company receipts dated Sept. 16, and Gloucester, 9-28-1775, for advance pay for 1 month, and 4 weeks billeting, respectively, received of Michael Farley, Muster Master and Paymaster of men raised in Gloucester for defense of seacoast in Essex Co and commanded by Capt Daniel Warner; also 1st Lieutenant, Capt. Daniel Warner’s (1st) co; engaged 7-17-1775; service to 12-31-1775, 5 months 28 days; company stationed at Gloucester for defense of seacoast; also, 1st Lieutenant, Capt. Daniel Warner’s (1st) co.; list of seacoast officers stationed at Gloucester; commissioned 12-30-1775; also, resolve dated 3-18-1776, appointing officers of Gloucester companies; Solomon Gorham appointed 1st Lieutenant, Capt. Daniel Warner’s co stationed at Gloucester, in the room of said Low who declined to serve. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1027.


John Low, Privateer, Mass. S20048 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


John Low, Boston, 1637. , Snow, Hist. Boston, 60. || Genealogical Register of the First Settlers of New England, John Farmer, Carter, Andrews, & Co, 1829, p 183.


John Low (-1695?, 1706?) Married Dorcas (2nd wife). Birth of first child 1685. Ipswich. || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, Clarence Almon Torrey, 1985, p. 476-477.~


John Lowe. List of prisoners sent from port of Halifax by order of Sir George Collier 6-28-1777, to be exchanged for British prisoners, as returned by John Emerson, Commissary; said Lowe, Seaman, reported as having been taken in a trading vessel. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Wright & Potter Printing Co, 1902, Vol 9, p. 1036.


John Lowe, Boston. Descriptive list of men in Continental service; Capt. Allen’s Co., Lieut. Col. J. Brooks’s (7th) regt.; age, 18 yrs; stature, 5 ft. 6in.; complexion, dark; hair, dark; occupation, cordwainer; residence, Boston; engaged for town of Boston; engaged 6-18-1781; term, 3 years. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Wright & Potter Printing Co, 1902, Vol 9, p. 1036.


Johnathan Low, Corporal, MA; R: Marshfield, MA; Born: 1758; Capt Soper’s Co; Capt Turner’s Co; R: Vassalboro 1832; Married Remember; 1(W9135); 1S; 3S || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 492.~


Jonathan Low, son of Jeremiah and Sarah, was born 1-31-1758. || Early Vital Records of Plymouth County, MA, Vital Records of Marshfield, Plymouth County, MA., p.118.~


Jonathan Low changed his name TO James Willis Low. Gloucester, MA 3-2-1815. || List of Persons Whose Names Have Been Changed in Massachusetts, 1780-1892, Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, 1972, p. 62.~


Jonathan Low, Jr,, 2 males 16+, 4 males-16, 4 females, Lunenburg, Worcester Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 227.


Jonathan Low, Esq., 1 males 16+, 0 males-16, 2 females, Lunenburg, Worcester Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 227.


Jonathan Lowe, 4 males 16+, 1 males-16, 5 females, Gloucester, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 71.


Jonathan Low (1665-) married Mary Thomson on 3-8-1692/3. Ipswich. || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, Clarence Almon Torrey, 1985, p. 476-477.~


Jonathan Low is listed in the 1789 Boston City Directory as Cloth shoe-maker, Middle-street. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 140 (1986), p. 164.


Jonathan Low, Sgt Artillery Artificers, BLWt. 13375 iss. 1/28/179? - to Joseph May, ass. (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


Jonathan Loring Low, son of John and Susannah, was baptized 5-19-1805 at the West Church of Boston by Rev. Buckminster || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 92 (1938), p. 131.~


Jonathan Low and Nathan(iel) Low are mentioned in a book on the history of Norridgewock and Canaan, Mass. along with others of interest. Erik Bittner, descended from William Henry Low, provided the photocopies from the book. I have included several others from the tax list entries because of family ties to their clan. The text is as follows: In the spring of 1781, a tax was laid on the people of Winslow and on “all adjacents.” Winslow was, at that time, the last town; it was incorporated in the year 1771, and included Waterville. It has been peopled since 1754; eleven families having commenced a settlement at that time, though the township was not granted until 1766. The town was divided by the erection of Waterville, June 23, 1802. Clinton was not a town until 1795, seven years after Canaan. Several who at this time were in Clinton and Winslow, afterward became citizens of Canaan and Norridgewock. “An assessment of the polls and Real & Personal Estates of the inhabitants of the Town of Winslow & also the Nonresident Proprietors Land Lying in said Town & also the Polls of the adjacents being a tax of one Hundred & Seventy-five pounds Eleven shillings and Eleven pence Laid on said Town by the General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts begun & held at Boston on Wednesday the 25th day of October AD 1780 & Continued by adjournment to the 11th day of April AD 1781.” There were 66 tax payers resident in Winslow in 1781. Among them: Nathan(iel) Low of Winslow, for 1 poll: £1.11.11, for real estate: £6 shillings, for personal estate:4 shillings 10p.; Jonathan Low of Winslow, 1 poll: £1.11.11; David Pattee of Winslow, for 1 poll: £1.11.11, for personal estate:7 shillings 7p; William Huston of Winslow, for 2 polls: £1.3.10, for real estate: £1 & 10 shillings, for personal estate:6 shillings 8p; James Huston of Winslow, for 1 poll: £1.11.11, for personal estate: 1 shillings 3p; Andrew Gillman of Winslow, for 1 poll: £1.11.11; William Gillman of Winslow, for 2 poll: £1.3.10, for real estate: £7 shillings, for personal estate: 2 shillings 4p; Ezek. Pattee of Winslow, Esq, for 3 polls: £1.15.9, for real estate: £2 , for personal estate: £1, 4 shillings 1p; Stephen Partridge of Norridgewock, 1 poll: £1.11.11; Seth Wyman of Canaan, 1 poll: £1.11.11. || History of the Old Towns Norridgewock and Canaan comprising Norridgewock, Canaan, Starks, Skowhegan, and Bloomfield, From Their Early Settlement to the Year 1849; including a Sketch of the Abnakis Indians. By J.W. Hanson, author of the History of Danvers. Memorandum Majorum. Boston: Published by the Author, 1849., pgs 132-135.


Jonathan Low, Marshfield. Private, Capt. Thomas Turner’s Co of militia, Col. John Baley’s regt; pay abstract for mileage, dated 1-10-1776; mileage (69 miles) allowed said Low; reported encamped with Brig Gen. Thomas’s brigade; also, Capt. Joseph Stetson’s Co, Col. Dyke’s regt; pay abstract for rations to and from camp and travel allowance home, dated Boston, Nov. --, 1776, and endorsed “Regiment at Dorchester Height.” || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1028.


Jonathan Low, Corporal, Cont, MA. R: Wells; b: 1752; Capt Sayer’s Co; R: Columbia 1818; Married Susanna; 1(S37183); 1S; CL-2, 37:217 || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 493.~ Jonathan Low, Wells. Corporal, Capt. Samuel Sayer’s Co, Col. James Seammon’s (30th) regt; muster roll dated 8-1-1775; enlisted 5-3-1775; service 3 months 4 days; also, company return (prob. Oct 1775), including abstract of pay to last of July 1775; also, order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money dated Cambridge, 11-3-1775. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1028.~


Jonathan Low, son of Joseph, was baptised 9-10-1758. (Church record, First Presbyterian Church, Old South of Newburyport) || Vital Records of Newbury Massachusetts to the end of the Year 1849, Vol 1, Births, Essex Institute, Salem, 1911, p. 289.~


Jonathan Low, Boston. Sergeant, Capt. Mill’s Co, Col. Jeduthan Baldwin’s regt of artificers; Continental Army pay accounts for service from 2-1-1777 to 12-31-1779; also, Capt. Pattin’s co, Gen. Knox’s (Artillery) artificers; Continental Army pay accounts for service from 1-1-1780 to 12-31-1780; company stationed at West Point; also, return dated Morristown, 7-26-1780, made by Jeduthan Baldwin, Colonel of Engineers and lieutenant Colonel Commandant of Artificers, of officers and men belonging to Massachusetts in his regiment who had engaged for 3 years or during the war; Capt. Nathaniel Clark’s co of artificers; rank, Sergeant; residence, Boston; engaged for town of Boston; engaged 4-1-1778 (also given 4-1-1777); term, during war. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1028.


Jonathan Low, Pembroke. Private, Capt. John Turner’s Co, Col. Theophilus Cotton’s regt; marched 9-28-1777; service, 1 month 3 days; compnay marched to Rhode Island; also, Capt. John Turner’s Co, Col. John Jacob’s regt; enlisted 7-24-1780; discharged 10-29-1780; service, 3 months 6 days; regiment detached from militia to reinforce Continental Army at Rhode Island for 3 months. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1028.


Jonathan Low, Wenham. Capt. Enoch Putnam’s Co, Col. John Mansfield’s regt; receipt for advance pay, signed by said Low and others, dated Cambridge, 6-8-1775; also, Private, same Co and regt; muster roll dated 8-1-1775; enlisted 5-8-1775; service, 3 months 1 day; also, Capt. Putnam’s Co, Col John Mansfield’s (19th) regt commanded by Lieut Col Israel Hutchinson; company return dated 10-6-1775; also, order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money dated Winter Hill, 10-27-1775. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1028.


Jonathan Low, Sanford. Private, Capt. Morgan Lewis’s Co, which marched 4-21-1775, in response to the alarm of 4-19-1775; service, 3 days. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1028.


Jonathan Low, Cont. Mass, S37183 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


Jonathan Low. Lincoln County Maine Probate records: Joseph Steven, late of Winthrop. Rachel Stevens, of Winthrop, widow, Adm'x, 7-27-1784. Timothy Foster, of Winthrop, and Jonathan Low, of Vassalborough, sureties. Inventory by Moses Chandler, John Blunt and Gideon Lambert, 9-7-1784, %111:3:0. || Probate Records of Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, Compiled by William D. Patterson of Wiscasset, ME, Maine Genealogical Society, Portland, Maine, 1895, p. 129. ¶ Jonathan Low, of Winslow, ME mentioned as the suriety in the Will of Edward Blanchard of Vassallborough, Lincoln County, ME. Will probated 10-9-1778. || Probate Records of Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, Compiled by William D. Patterson of Wiscasset, ME, Maine Genealogical Society, Portland, Maine, 1895, p.173.


Jonathan Low. Corporal, Capt Joseph Soper’s Co, Col. Theophilus Cotten’s (Pylmouth Co) regt; enlisted 3-5-1781; discharged 3-20-1781; service 15 days, on a 40 days expedition to Rhode Island. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1029.


Jonathan Low, Ipswich. Private, Capt. David Low’s Co of volunteers, 3rd Essex Co regt; enlisted 9-30-1777; marched 10-2-1777; discharged 11-7-1777; service, 40 days, in a regiment commanded by Maj. C. Smith in Northern department and in guarding Gen Burgoyne’s army to Prospect Hill; company discharged at Cambridge. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1028.


Jonathan Low, Mass, Remember/Remembrance, W9135 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


Jonathan Low, Lieut, had his named changed to James Willis Low, by an act of legislature, for reasons. Capt. James W. Low was the third son of Capt. David Low, of Ipswich, who married Hannah Haskell, of Gloucester, and was a descendant of the first Lows of Ipswich. Capt. David Low was a lieutenant of an Ipswich company in the battle of Bunker Hill, and a captain after in the war of the revolution. He died at sea on a voyage from the West Indies, as master of the vessel, leaving five sons and two daughters, one of whom is now (1875) living. Capt. James W. Low commanded several vessels from Boston, - the Gen. Jackson and Chance in Mr. Robert’s employ; the Concordia and Cabot in Mr. Thomas Lamb’s employ. He was for many years an inspector for insurance offices in New York; and lived in Brooklyn. He left one son and a daughter.; the son, James commanded a company of infantry from New Jersey in the war of the rebellion, and is now living. Capt. James W. Low died Aug. 23, 1865, aged 76 years. Charles A. Ranlett, Billerica, Mass. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 30 (1876), p.103. ~


Jonathan Low, MA. R: Sanford; 1S || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 493.


Jonathan Low. Private, Capt Thomas Cumming’s Co, Col. Jacob Gerrish’s regt; enlisted 10-14-1779; discharged 11-22-1779; service 1 month 20 days, at Claverack, including travel (240 miles) home; regiment detached from militia of Essex and Suffolk counties to reinforce army under Gen. Washington. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1028.


Jonathan Low, Topsfield. Private, Capt. James Mallon’s Co; enlisted 10-8-1779; discharged 11-10-1779; service 1 mo. 5 days, under Maj Gen Hancock, at Castle Island; company rasied in Essex Co. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1028.


Jonathan Low, received into Covenant, 6-13-1736 at the South Church of Portsmouth, NH (Rev. John Emerson - Minister) || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.81 (1927), p.446.


Jonathan Low, "a pauper", died 5-18-1820, aged 72 yrs. church record. || Vital Records of Hamilton Massachusetts, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1908, p. 98.


Jonathan Low and Clarissa Holmes were married 4-15-1839. Church record. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 46.~


Jonathan Low, son of Caleb and Sarah Low, was born 5-1-1810. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 17.~


Jonathan Low married Phillipe Snelling at the New North Church, Boston on 11-1-1753. These records are now kept among the Old Church Records in the Department of Health in the City Hall Annex. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 105 (1951), p. 55. ¶ Jonathan Low married on 11-1-1753 at the New North Church, Philippe Snelling (B:10-10-1732) (Note spelling change). Philippe’s siblings were: Philippe (B:7-31-1731; D: as infant); Josiah (B: about 1735). Philippe’s parents were Benjamin Snelling (B: Boston 4-23-1704; D: 11-6-1739) and married in Boston to Hannah (Porter) Penny, a widow, on 11-29-1722. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 108 (1954), p. 183.~


Joseph Low. Charlestown. A soldier of Moseley’s Co in the battle of Narragansett, 12-19-1675. || Genealogical Guide to the Early Settlers of America. Henry Whittemore, Louis H. Cornish Publisher, NY, p. 335.


Joseph Low Jr, , 2 males 16+, 1 males-16, 1 females, Fitchburg, Worcester Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 219.


Joseph H. Torrey Low was born 5-12-1833, son of Richard and Margaret (Brown) Low [Bible record in the possession of Miss Mary B. Chamberlain]. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 531.~ Joseph Henry Torrey Lowe died about Oct 1834, aged 17 months, son of Richard [Salem Gazette Newspaper record] || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol V - Deaths, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 409.~


Joseph Low married at Gloucester 11-18-1736 to Elizabeth Eveleth (B: ca 1706; D: between 1746 & 1752; daughter of Edward and Elizabeth (Perkins) Eveleth). Elizabeth Eveleth was married 1st at Ipswich 10-29-1727 to Thomas Haradin (Bapt. Gloucester 9-10-1704, First Church; Died 1733). See Elisabeth Low for Eveleth connection. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 135 (1981), p. 27.~


Joseph Low. Ca. 1800. See Edward Low.


Joseph Low died 11-16-1848, aged 78 yrs.(BL: Son of Joseph and Hannah (Little) Low) || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.~


Joseph Low. Hampton, cooper, born 5-18-1681 in Ipswich. Son of John. Married 11-16-1715 to Elizabeth pottle. He sold a home at hampton Falls in 1721 and moved to Stratham before 1731 when he sold other Hampton Property. His will, 12-16-1738 - 7-25-1739 names the CHILDREN: Margaret (born 9-17-1716 in Hampton); Elizabeth; Ann; Susannah; Dorcas; Mary; Jacob, to whom was left a com. Right in Ipswich which belonged to his grand father, Joseph. || Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire, Noyes, Libby and Davis, Genealogical Pub, Baltimore, 1979, p. 445-446.~


Joseph Low and Mary Porter of Wenham were married at Wenham on 1-1-1756. Intention also recorded. || Vital Records of Newbury Massachusetts to the end of the Year 1849, Vol 2, Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, 1911, p. 299.~


Joseph F. Lowe (Co. K 16th Ill,.private, discharged in Springfield, IL on May 8, 1865. ) Died 10-13-1887 (43-0-1). Barry Cemetery (Old Barry), Illinois || Cemetery Records of Pike County Illinois by Townships, 1816-Dec. 31, 1978, Vol IV, Townships Barry, Hadley, New Salem, 977.3453 v3l, p. 27. ~ Joseph F. Low, son of William and Alice A. of Clinton, ME. Census 1850. aged about 4 yrs. (BL: according to death record, he would actually have been 6 yrs. || Unknown source. From a book, page heading "Clinton Births". Provided by Erik Bittner, p. 82~ Joseph F. Low. Text from copy of Joseph Low death notice sent by Bill Smith to Linda Irick reads as follows: The funeral of Joesph Low took Place last Friday. John McTucker post, G.A.R. of which deceased was a member, turned out in a body at the services. From Barry Adage Oct. 21, 1887.~ Joseph F. Low. Data on Joseph Low from Ken Retzer info. Notes that he was a cousin of Phoebe Low. He was a carpenter and farmer. Lived in Franklin Township, Cass County, Iowa on Aug. 8, 1881.~ Joseph F. Low. Info from Linda Irick of Tulsa, OK: Joseph married Sarafina Catherine (Sarah) Smith on January 13, 1867 in Pittsfield, Pike County, IL. They had four children. They are buried in the "Old Barry Cemetery" in Barry, Pike County, IL. ¶ Serafina Catherine Smith was born on Dec. 31, 1843 in Virginia. She married Joseph Low on 1/13/1867 in Pittsfield, Pike County, IL. Sarah died July 1887. They are buried in the 'Old Barry Cemetery', in Barry, Pike County, IL. ¶ Miss Serafina C. Smith came to IL with her parents in 1863. She was married to Joesph Low(e) in 1867, and to them was born four children, two boys and two girls. All of the children and five brothers, and other relatives and friends are left to mourn their loss. Her husband died ten years ago and went to the better world. Mrs. Lowe had been a christian for more thatn twenty-five years and had been a member of the Methodist and Baptist churches and was a member of the Christian church at the time of her death. The funeral services were held at the family residence Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock by Rev. W.N. Rutledge. From Barry Adage July 29, 1887. Joseph married Sarafina Catherine (Sarah) Smith on January 13, 1867 in Pittsfield, Pike County, IL. They had four children. They are buried in the "Old Barry Cemetery" in Barry, Pike County, IL. Serafina Catherine Smith was born on Dec. 31, 1843 in Virginia. She married Joseph Low on 1/13/1867 in Pittsfield, Pike County, IL. Sarah died July 1887. "Miss Serafina C. Smith came to IL with her parents in 1863. She was married to Joesph Low(e) in 1867, and to them was born four children, two boys and two girls. All of the children and five brothers, and other relatives and friends are left to mourn their loss. Her husband died ten years ago and went to the better world. Mrs. Lowe had been a christian for more thatn twenty-five years and had been a member of the Methodist and Baptist churches and was a member of the Christian church at the time of her death. The funeral services were held at the family residence Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock by Rev. W.N. Rutledge." From Barry Adage July 29, 1887.¶ According to Bill Smith, the ages of the first two children (Charles and William) place their births before the marriage year of Sarah and Joseph in 1867. Names of 4 children and some spouses according to Bill Smith. ¶ Serafina Catherine Smith was born on Dec. 31, 1843 in Virginia. She married Joseph Low on 1/13/1867 in Pittsfield, Pike County, IL. Sarah died July 1887. They are buried in the 'Old Barry Cemetery', in Barry, Pike County, IL.¶According to Bill Smith, the ages of the first two children (Charles and William) place their births before the marriage year of Sarah and Joseph in 1867. Names of 4 children and some spouses according to Bill Smith.


Joseph Low(e), Charlestown. A soldier of Moseley’s company in the great battle of Narraganset 12-19-1675. || Genealogical Dictionary of New England. James Savage, Genealogical Pub. Co, 1965, Vol III, p. 125.


Joseph Lowe, on 10-17-1823, aged 59 yrs - Funeral service (not nec. date of death) was held on this date by Rev. Nathan Parker of the Church of Portsmouth, NH || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.83 (1929), p.34-35.~


Joseph Lowe. List of prisoners sent in the cartel “Swift” from Halifax to Boston 11-9-1777, as returned by Josiah Godfrey, and B. Fox, Commissaries; reported a Seaman. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Wright & Potter Printing Co, 1902, Vol 9, p. 1037.


Joseph Low: A note out of a will regarding the dower estate of Mrs. Susannah Hamilton noting that some of her land was bounded on the North East by land belonging to Joseph Low in North Yarmouth, Maine. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 63 (1909), p.15.


Joseph Low, son of Richard Low, on 11-17-1786 was baptised at the South Church of Portsmouth, NH by Rev. Samuel Haven || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.82 (1928), p.47.~


Joseph Low wounded 1676 || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 37, pg 185.


Joseph Low was born 7-24-1790 and was the first mayor of Concord, NH || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 46, pg 184.~


Joseph Low served as a soldier in King Philip’s War (Indian Wars 1675-1678): Joseph Low served under Capt Mosely 6-24-1676 || |New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 37, pg 183.


Joseph Low, native of Maine, appeared in the California census of 1850: Low, Joseph, age 30, cook (vol 2:360). || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 91 (1937), p. 328.


Joseph Low, Jr. and Jane Norris, on 5-22-1813, were married by Rev. Nathan Parker of the Church of Portsmouth, NH || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.83 (1929), p.25.~


Joseph Low and Rachel Jackson, on 10-12-1759 were married at the South Church of Portsmouth, NH by Rev. Samuel Haven || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.82 (1928), p.293.~


Joseph P. Lowe, son of Ephraim and Hannah Lowe of Sanford, ME. Died in Wilton, IA in 1870. See “IVORY LOWE” notes. || Biographical Review Vol. XXIX, Containing Life Sketches of Leading Citizens of Somerset, Piscataquis, Hancock, Washington, and Aroostook Counties, Maine. Biographical Review Publishing Co, Boston. 1898. Pgs 522-523.~


Joseph Low , 1 males 16+, 0 males-16, 2 females, Fitchburg, Worcester Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 219.


Joseph Low, comb maker, born in Essex, died 4-9-1848 in West Newbury, MA, aged 44 yrs. West Newbury was originally a part of Newbury until 2/18/1819 when it was set off as the town of Parsons. The name was changed 6/14/1820 to West Newbury. || Vital Records of West Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts To The End Of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1918, 974.45/W1, V28v, p. 111.~


Joseph Harris Low, son of Joseph and Sarah Low, was born 12-2-1794. City Document #43. || Boston Births, Baptisms, Marriages, and Deaths, 1700-1800, William S. Appleton, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1978, p. 342.~


Joseph Low married Hannah Little 1-15-1746/47. Intention also recorded. || Vital Records of Newbury Massachusetts to the end of the Year 1849, Vol 2, Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, 1911, p. 299.~


Joseph Low, Cape Ann. Private, Capt John Row’s Co, Col. Ebenezer Bridge’s (27th) regt; muster roll dated 8-1-1775; enlisted 7-14-1775; service 17 days; also, company return (prob. Oct 1775); also, order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money dated Cambridge, 11-9-1775. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1029.


Joseph Low, aged 23, emigrated from London 1774. He was an indentured baker. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 63 (1909), p.27.


Joseph Low married Mehitable G. Carr, at Bradford, 4-11-1839. ( Intention also recorded) West Newbury was originally a part of Newbury until 2/18/1819 when it was set off as the town of Parsons. The name was changed 6/14/1820 to West Newbury. || Vital Records of West Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts To The End Of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1918, 974.45/W1, V28v, p. 70.~


Joseph Low is mentioned as a baker in Ipswich, MA in the 1700's. || IPSWICH IN THE MASSACHUSETTS BAY COLONY, VOL 2, 1700-1917, A History of the Town, Thomas Franklin Waters, 1917, Ipswich Historical Society, Ipswich, Mass., p. 262.


Joseph Lowe (died Aug 1822) of Portsmouth was married to Elizabeth Folsom. It was her 2nd marriage (prior marriage to: Capt. Joseph Noble of Portsmouth, N.H., mariner, sea captain; born Portsmouth 7-12-1762 and baptized at the North Church 7-18-1762; died 4-29-1805). Elizabeth Folsum married Capt. Noble 11-22-1859. Elizabeth was born 1-4-1774 and died at Roxbury, Mass. 11-22-1859. She was the daughter of Nathaniel and Mary (Stoodly) Folsom. Elizabeth married Joseph Lowe in 1812. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 95 (1941), p. 29.


Joshua Lowe, 1 males 16+, 2 males-16, 4 females, Gloucester, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 73.


Joshua Low, Emigrant. Of County Derby; Occupation: ‘Taylor’; Agent (in Engl.): John Taylor of London; Years of Svc: 4 years; Colony headed to: Jamaica; Age: 19; Sex: M; Date of Indenture: 1-11-1722. || Emigrants From England To America 1718-1759, Kaminkow, Magna Carta Book Co, Baltimore, 1966, p. 144.


Joshua Low (BL: son of Thomas Low and Dorothy Choate) married Mary Burnham on 9-12-1819. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 46.~


Josiah Low married Betsey Giddings, 5-30-1829. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 46.~


Josiah Orne Low was born 3-15-1821, son of (Deacon) Seth and Mary (Porter) Low. First Church record.. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 531.~


Joyce Lowe12 (Hayward11, Arthur10, Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) Joyce Lowe Killed In Tragic Accident! A terrible tragedy occurred Thursday morning in a pony accident which caused the death of Joyce Elaine Lowe 4-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hayward Lowe who live about five miles southwest of Pittsfield. ¶ Joyce accompanied her father down in the field, he on his tractor and she on her pony. She was riding along behind him and suddenly the pony bucked, throwing her off. One foot caught in the stirrup and the pony started to run, dragging the little girl some distance. Mr. Lowe was unable to catch the pony until it had run in a big circle out through the field. ¶ Mr. and Mrs. Lowe brought Joyce to Illini Hospital where she died about 11 o'clock, over two hours after the accident. ¶ Joyce was a beautiful little girl and would have been four years old in another month, October 23. She was very fond of all animals, but dearly loved her pony which she called Seshy for Sensation. The pony was very gentle and she had been riding him all summer. She always got on and off by herself, using an overturned bucket to stand on when mounting. The pony would stand for her and she never had any trouble managing him, getting on and off dozens of times every day. However, a few days ago their dog bit the pony and Mr. Lowe thinks perhaps the dog, who was along with them that morning, might have frightened the pony in some manner. The above picture of her was taken when she was a little less than two years old. ¶ Besides her parents, Joyce Elaine is survived by one brother, J. A., eight years old, her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lowe of this city and Mrs. J. S. Hunt of Pearl. Her mother was formerly Esther Hunt. She has a number of uncles, aunts and cousins. ¶ The Lowes were an exceptionally happy family, and the sympathy of everyone goes out to them in the loss of their little daughter. ¶ Funeral services were conducted at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Plattner Chapel, by Rev. Dale Pitcher. Pallbearers were four of Joyce's young cousins, Billy Lowe, Bobbie and Jimmie Von Burg and Leland Wahlgren. Burial was in the West cemetery. ¶ Among those from out of town who attended the funeral were Mrs. Werner Von Burg, Jr., Joanne, Bobbie, Jimmie and Walter, Quincy; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lowe and Paula, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Lowe and family, Mr. and Mrs. David Murphy and family, Miss Kathleen Lowe, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lassen, Oak Park; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Lowe, Wilmington; Mr.s Jacob Hunt and Dorothy, Pearl; Mr. ....rest of article missing. ||The Pike Press, undated clipping. Joyce died 9/22/1955.~


Judith Low, daughter of Stephen, was baptised 3-30-1755. church record. || Vital Records of Manchester Massachusetts to the End of Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1903, 87.~


Judith Lowe, 1 males 16+, 0 males-16, 2 females, Gloucester, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 73.


Judith Lowe, 3 females, Gloucester, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 72.


Julia Augusta Low, daughter of Albert E. and Elizabeth Low, was born 8-21-1840. || Vital Records of Manchester Massachusetts to the End of Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1903, 87.~


Kathleen Veronica Lowe11 (Forrest10, Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) Everything in India is an act of God, says Kathy Lowe Howden, and it’s especially so in the fashion business. If the sun is shining, the colors of the fabrics drying out of doors are brilliant. If it’s cloudy, they are more subtle and sophisticated. And when the rains come, production must stop on the handwoven cottons, still washed, dyed, and dried, as they have been for centuries, in the rivers and on the riverbanks of India. ¶ Nor is there electrical equipment in the factory, Mrs. Howden explains. Pressing still is done with the heavy, coal-filled irons. And even the striped patterns are drawn free-hand, guided by the eye rather than a ruler. ¶ But all this is what makes producing a handmade fashion collection in India so challenging and exhilarating for the former Chicagoan. ¶ “Most of the men, including the master tailors, are illiterate,” she explains. “But with patience and time, you can teach them to make beautiful clothes. In four years, the tailors in our factory have gone from making simple shirts and caftans in cotton to the difficult cutting and sewing of pure silk chiffon on the bias. And the end results are so exciting.” ¶ Kathy Lowe began in fashion with Marshall Field & Co. In 1948. Three and a half years later, she was scouting the European markets for Fields’ Import Bazaar, a new, shop-within-a-store concept and one of America’s first boutiques. Because of its success, a similar shop, the Globe Trotter for apparel only, was added to her duties a year later. ¶ In 1961, after her marriage to Kenneth Howden and English businessman with two teen-age children, she retired to private life. With her step-children grown, she returned to work in 1966 as fashion and merchandise co-ordinator for the prestigious house of Jaeger in London, leaving in 1970 when her husband retired. ¶ Her current career began in 1971. The Howdens determined that a quiet life in the English countryside wasn’t for them; so they established their own fashion firm, Treacy Lowe. The samples for the first collection were cut on their dining room table in the evening by persons who worked full-time elsewhere. Their first showing was in a borrowed showroom. Their first customer, Fortnum and Mason of London, surprised them with such a large order they had to take going into business seriously. ¶ A few days after the new firm was established, Mrs. Howden attended a showing of fashions designed by an American but made in India. The clothes had been produced by handicraft industries under the direction of the Indian government, to give jobs to refugees from Pakistan. ¶ Central Cottage Industries Emporium had been set up for export under the direction of Mrs. Prem Bery, a London graduate in law, who has worked as a full-time volunteer since 1947. Mrs. Bery appealed to the Howdens to merchandise the Indian-made clothes on a regular basis through London. After weeks of saying no, they agreed to help out. In addition to the two Treacy Lowe collections made in England, Mrs. Howden designed two a year for Central Cottage Industries. The first showing was in October, 1972. ¶ “Several American buyers saw it; Vogue took some styles to be photographed; the Manchester Guardian sent a photographer to India and ran a full-page story; so our Indian collection was launched,” Mrs. Howden recalls. “By spring of 1973, we were selling in America, Australia, Japan, and England. The collection has been so successful, I gave up the two London collections.” ¶ Now the Howdens go to India twice a year. He remains for two or three weeks, then returns to run the business in London. She remains for three months, working out of New Delhi, where the factory employs 200 including master tailors, tailors, office staff, fabric workers and embroiderers. Her travels take her to Bombay, Madras, Hyderabad, Bangalore, and Jaipur to work with printers and weavers. ¶ “In the south, I stay about 10 days in what looks like a cross between the jungle and a south sea island, with miles of untouched sandy beach,” Mrs. Howden says. “I have to carry all my own food, crack open the coconuts to drink the milk, and eat local nuts. Good thing I come from a pioneer family.” ¶ Mrs. Howden designs her own patterns, decides on colors, has most of the cloth handwoven. She searches out antique wooden blocks for printing, and finds old chintz patterns in museums, many dating to the 17th and 18th centuries, used by the old East Indian Trading Company. ¶ The patterns are drawn, colored, and given to the block makers. Colors are worked out with spools of sewing cotton, which then are passed to the printers who mix the dyes to match the thread. Many patterns are inspired by designs found in antique Persian or Indian carpets or in the marble inlay of the Taj Mahal. ¶ To show off the prints and embroideries, handwork that’s almost impossible to find elsewhere, Mrs. Howden keeps the styling simple, concentrating on the fabrics instead. ¶ The most challenging part of her designing life, she says, is finding the time to do it all. The most rewarding is “seeing the expressions on the faces of the tailors, when I put up ads and publicity for the collections on the factory walls and they see the beautiful photographs of the clothes they have made.” -Evelyn Livingstone || Chicago Tribune, Monday, February 16, 1976~


Keziah Lowe married Basil Talbott on 6-17-1788 in Prince George’s County, Maryland || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.73(1919), p. 149.~


Laura Jane Lowe, daughter of David JR (a freighter) and Laura Lowe, was born in Rockport, MA on 3-29-1845. || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 28.~


Lavina Low of Clinton, ME married James Lamb, Jr. of Clinton, ME. Intention: 10-9-1820. Cert issued 11-7-1820. [Bingham J.F. Lowe’s note: A Mary Lamb of Boston married David Low. See David Low] || Provided by Eric Bittner. Unknown source. Page heading “Clinton Marriages”, page 232.~


Lawrence Low, Jr, Marblehead. Capt Gideon Foster’s Co, Col John Mansfield’s regt; receipt for advance pay, signed by said Low and others, dated Cambridge, 7-4-1775; also, Private, same co and regt; muster roll dated 8-1-1775; enlisted 5-8-1775; service 2 months 25 days; also, Capt. John Baker’s Co, Col Mansfield’s (19th) regt commanded by Lieut Col Israel Hutchinson; company return (probably Oct 1775); reported deserted 7-1-1775. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1029.~


Lawrence Low, Marblehead. Capt Gideon Foster’s Co, Col. John Mansfield’s regt; receipt for advance pay, signed by said Low and others, dated Cambridge, 7-4-1775; also, Private, same co and regt; muster roll dated 8-1-1775; enlisted 5-8-1775; service 2 months 25 days; also, Capt John Baker’s Co, Col Mansfield’s (19th) regt commanded by Lieut Col Israel Hutchinson; company return (Prob. Oct 1775); reported deserted 7-1-1775. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1029.~


Lawrence Low, Marblehead. List of men mustered by Nathaniel Barber, Muster Master for Suffolk Co, dated Boston, 3-30-1777; Capt Wiley’s Co, Col Jackson’s regt; also, Private, Capt. James Keith’s Co, Col. Michael Jackson’s regt; Continental Army pay accounts for service from 3-26-1777 to 12-31-1779; also, Capt Storey’s Co, Col Jackson’s regt; Continental Army pay accounts for service from 1-1-1780 to 12-31-1780; also, descriptive list dated Jan --, 1781; 5th (also given 4th) co, Col Michael Jackson’s (8th) regt; rank Private; age, 20 yrs; stature, 5 ft 8 in; complexion, light; hair, brown; occupations, Seaman; birthplace, Marblehead; residence, Marblehead; enlisted 1-26-1777, by Capt. Keith, at the Jerseys; enlistment, during war. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1029.


Lawrence Low (also given Lawrence, Sr), Marblehead. Private, Capt Moses Hart’s Co, Col. Paul Dudley Sergeant’s (28)th regt; muster roll dated 8-1-1775; enlisted 5-1-1775; service 92 days; also, company return (prob Oct 1775); also, order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money dated 12-13-1775. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1029~.


Lawrence Low. Private, Capt. Caleb Champney’s detachment of guards, Col Gerrish’s regt; muster roll dated Boston, 8-14-1778; detachment drafted to serve for 6 weeks from 7-29-1778; also, Capt. Caleb Champney’s Co, Maj. Goodwin’s detachment from Col. Gerrish’s regt of guards; enlisted 7-29-1778; service to Sept. --, 1778, 1 month 11 days, at Boston. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1029.


Lawrence Low, Jr, Marblehead. Private, Capt Moses Hart’s Co, Col Paul Dudley Sergeant’s (28th) regt; muster roll dated 8-1-1775; enlisted 5-2-1775; service 91 days; also, Capt. John Wiley’s co, Col Sergeant’s regt; company return (Prob. Oct 1775); also, order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money dated 12-13-1775. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1029.~


Lawrence Low, Pvt, Mass. BLWt4607 iss 3-25-1790 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


Leland Stanford Lowe10 (Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). Obituary: “PIKE FARMER DIES SUDDENLY. Funeral services for Leland S. Lowe, 73, of Pittsfield who died Sunday, May 15, at 9 a.m. in Illini hospital, were held today, Wednesday, after 2 p.m. in Plattner chapel by Rev. Ernest Duling, assisted by Rev. Joe Maynard, officiating. Burial was in the West cemetery. ¶ Lowe, a 32nd degree Mason, was born in Pike county November 11, 1886, son of Bingham and Mary Culver Lowe. He was married to Alice Sacket who survives with two children, Elmer and Mrs. Naomi Walgren, both of Pittsfield. Surviving also are three brothers, Arthur of Pittsfield, Doss of Melvindale, Mich, and Paul of Northbrook, Ill and four grandchildren and three great grandchildren.” || The Pike County Republican, Pittsfield, IL, Wednesday, May 18, 1960. ~ Leland Stanford Lowe10 (Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). Obituary of wife: “ALICE LOWE. Mrs. Alice S. Lowe, 102, of Pittsfield, died Friday evening, Nov. 9, 1990, at the Golden Years Boarding Home in Nebo. ¶ Born Feb. 19, 1888 in Hardin Township, she was a daughter of John and Armilda Welty Sackett. She married Leland Lowe on May 15, 1906, at the Methodist parsonage in Pittsfield. He died May 15, 1960. ¶ She is survived by a daughter and son-in-law, Naomi and Henry Wahlgren of Pittsfield; a daughter-in-law, Mary Lowe (BL: Mrs. Elmer) of Pittsfield; four grandchildren, Mrs. Delbert (Jeannine) Robertson of Pittsfield, Jim Lowe of Los Gatos, Calif, Ronald Wahlgren of Louisiana, and Lee Wahlgren of Princeton; 10 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. She was preceded in death by a son, Elmer; two sisters and two great-grandsons. ¶ Mrs. Lowe was the oldest member of the Pittsfield First United Methodist Church, the United Methodist Women, Gleaners Sunday School class and WCTU. ¶ Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. Monday at the Pittsfield First United Methodist Church with burial at Pittsfield West Cemetery. Niebur Funeral Home in Pittsfield handled arrangements. Memorials may be made to the Pittsfield First United Methodist Church.” || The Pike Press, Pittsfield, IL, Wednesday, November 14, 1990.~


Leland Stanford Lowe10 (Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). Obituary: “ LEE LOWE DIED SUNDAY AT ILLINI HOSPITAL. Lee Lowe, well known farmer who lived north of Pittsfield, died Sunday at Illini Hospital, where he had been a patient since Wednesday afternoon. He had not felt well the first of last week, and when he went to see his doctor for a routine check-up it was found he had pneumonia and he sent him to the hospital where we was put under oxygen. His son Elmer talked to him Saturday night and Mr. Lowe thought he was much better. He took a turn for the worse Sunday morning and failed to respond to treatment. ¶ Funeral services will be conducted at 2 this (Wednesday) afternoon, conducted by Rev. Joe Maynard, assisted by Rev. Ernest Duling. Burial will be in the West cemetery with the following nephews serving as pallbearers: Edgar, Wayne, Hayward, Warren and Lyndle Lowe and Gene Rhodes. Members of the men’s Sunday School class at the Methodist church will be honorary pallbearers. ¶ Leland Stanford Lowe was born in the Sunny Hill community, November 11, 1886, the son of Bingham and Mary Culver Lowe. He married Alice Sackett who survives, and they lived on a farm in that community for 13 years, and 40 years ago moved to the farm north of Pittsfield where they have since resided. Monday was their 54th wedding anniversary. The Lowes were the parents of one son, Elmer, who lives near their home, and a daughter, Mrs. Henry (Naomi) Wahlgren of near Pittsfield. Mr. Lowe is survived by four grandchildren, James Lowe, Mrs. Jeanine Robertson, Ronald and Leland Wahlgren, and three great grandchildren. Mr. Lowe is also survived by three brothers: Arthur of this city, Doss of Detroit, Mich, and Paul of Chicago. Brothers and sisters preceding him in death were: Forrest, Ed, Frank, James, Mrs. Pearl Rhodes and Mrs. Fred Klemme (BL: and also Henry and George). ¶ Mr. Lowe was highly respected by all who knew him, and was a most faithful member of the Methodist church.” || Pike County Democrat-Times, Pittsfield, IL, Wednesday, May 18, 1960.~


Leland S. Lowe10 (Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) ALICE LOWE. Looking forward to her 100th birthday on Feb. 19 ¶ In little more than a week, Pike County native Alice S. Lowe will be celebrating her 100th birthday. Mrs. Lowe was born Feb. 19, 1888 near Time and has lived in the Pittsfield area all her life. She currently resides at the Golden Years Boarding Home in Nebo where she enjoys visiting with the other residents and reminiscing about "the olden days." ¶ Relatives include her daughter and son-in-law, Naomi and Henry Wahlgren, and a daughter-in-law, Mary Lowe, all of Pittsfield. Her four grandchildren are Jeannine Robertson, Pittsfield; James Lowe, San Jose, Calif.; Ronald Wahlgren, Louisiana, Mo.; and Leland Wahlgren, Princeton. There are 10 great-grandchildren. ¶ Mrs Lowe married her husband, Leland S. Lowe, on May 16, 1906 and moved to a farm north of Pittsfield. She says she attributes her long life to "hard work and a good appetite." ¶ The hard work harkens back to her days on the farm when family members recall she worked in the field like a man. Shortly after purchasing the farm, the family lost all their hogs with cholera and experienced operations on four family members within two years. ¶ It took a lot of hard work to save their farm, she recalls. ¶ Golden Years owner and manager Relna Grammer says the "good appetite" part of Mrs Lowe's prescription for a long life is something she still practices today. Not long ago, she asked for and received a second helping of dessert, Mrs Grammer reported. ¶ Mrs Grammer also forwards this account of a recent conversation about politics: When she asked Mrs Lowe, "Are you a Democrat or a Republican?" Mrs Lowe unhesitatingly replied, "A Republican, from the ground up!" ¶ Throughout her long life, Mrs Lowe has faithfully exercised her right to vote and plans to do so again this year by absentee ballot. ¶ "She has difficulties to overcome—impaired sight, hearing and memory loss," commented her daughter, Mrs Wahlgren. "But she still has her sense of humor and, with the good, loving care she receives, she's going to make it." ¶ Mrs Wahlgren also reports that her mother loves to be read to and enjoys hearing the latest news on family members. She misses going to church, but keeps up with the activities of the Pittsfield Methodist congregation through the church newsletter and visits from Pastor Prosper Tournear. ¶ She also enjoys visits from her family and friends and going to family dinners. ¶ Following her husband's death in 1960, Mrs Lowe moved to Pittsfield where she lived until her move to the Golden Years home. Her son, Elmer, passed away in 1985. ¶ In recognition of her mother's 100th birthday, Mrs Wahlgren plans to take her a birthday cake and eat the noon meal with her. ¶ Weather permitting, Mrs Lowe will be at the Wahlgren home in Pittsfield on Sunday afternoon. Feb. 21. ¶ In addition to these activities, Mrs Lowe has one more thing to look forward to—her daughter has sent her photograph and pertinent information to Willard Scott on NBC's "Today Show." Mrs. Wahlgren hopes that Scott will include Pike County's most recent centenarian among those wished a special "happy birthday" on the 19th. || The Pike Press. Wednesday, February 10, 1988.~


Lenora Cordelia Low, daughter of John and Hannah Low, was born 11-1-1838. || Vital Records of Lynn Massachusetts to the end of the year 1849. Vol 1- Births, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1905, p. 248.~


Levi Low married in Rockport, MA on 7-23-1843, Sarah Jane Blatchford. || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p.64.~


Levi Low. From 1800 census: Settlement called Sunkhase on Penobscot River (Milford) was part of Hancock County, ME in 1800. Sunkhase is now Milford and is in Penobscot County. It was incorporated in 1833. In 1800, it had 139 inhabitants, divided among 30 families. Among them was Levi Low, originally from Kennebec, with 4 males, and 1 female in the household. Head of house between age 16-26. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 105 (1951), p. 276.~


Lewis G. Lowe, husb of Joanna J. _____, was born 1828. (Lewis Gould Lowe, Husb of Joanna (Jackson), s. of Abraham Thompson and Emma Burr. Born Aug 17, in Boston.) || Vital Records of Bridgewater, Plymouth County, MA to the year 1850, Vol 1- Births, p. 222.~


Lillian Annie Lowe (b.7-7-1867; d.5-2-1877), daughter of Edmund Augustus Lowe (died at Canton) and Susan Elizabeth Withington (b. 7-5-1828) || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 75 (1921, p. 261. ~


Lilly Lowe, of Lewiston, Utah, married 2-2-1915, George Rawlins Leavitt (James Brinkerhoff Leavitt, George Leavitt, Wiear Leavitt, Jeremiah I. Leavitt, Nathaniel Leavitt, Joseph Leavitt, Moses Leavitt, John Leavitt) (B: 2-24-1884, Lewiston, Cache County, Utah). Their children were: Leatha (B: June 1916); Hazel (B: Oct 1917); Nonna (B: 12-19-1918); Noel (B: 12-15-1919 - D: 12-15-1919) || The Leavitts of America, A Compilation of Five Branches and Gleaning, Jane Eldredge, Leavitt Family Association, Woods Cross, UT, 1924, p. 137.~


Lois Low married Isaac Foster on 4-24-1755. Intention also recorded. || Vital Records of Newbury Massachusetts to the end of the Year 1849, Vol 2, Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, 1911, p. 299.~ Lois Low. _____ Low, (BL: determined firstname was Lois). daughter of Nathaniel and Abigail Low, was born 7-23-1735. || Vital Records of Newbury Massachusetts to the end of the Year 1849, Vol 1, Births, Essex Institute, Salem, 1911, p. 289.~


Lott Low, SC, R6486 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


Louisa Low of Stamford, Connecticut, daughter of the late John Gorham Low of Gloucester, owns a portrait painted by Copley in 1762, of Elizabeth Gorham Rogers, daughter of Col. John Gorham. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.50 (1896), p.33.~


Lucinda Lowe, daughter of John and Anna Lowe, died in Rockport, MA on 12-1-1842, of consumption. Aged abt 35 yrs. || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p.103.~


Lucretia Low married Warren Spearin of Clinton, ME. 9-16-1828. || Provided by Eric Bittner. Unknown source. Page heading “Clinton Marriages”, page 232.~


Lucy H. Low of New Bedford and William Smith intended marr 3-5-1846. || Vital Records of Rochester, Plymouth County, MA to the year 1850, Vol 2 - Marriages and Deaths, p. 206.~


Lucy Low married Timothy Shaw on 11-26-1807 || Maine Historical and Genealogical Recorder, Vol II, 1885, p. 110.~


Lucy Low, daughter of Caleb and Sarah (BL: Sarah Shillaber) Low, was born 5-1-1764. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 1. Births, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 214.~ Lucy Low married John Frost on 6-10-1781. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 2. Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 170.~


Lucy Low, daughter of Stephen and Sally (Jacobs) Low, was born 12-26-1800. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 1. Births, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 214.~


Lucy Low married Nathaniel Phippen Symonds 5-5-1823. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 2. Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 170.~


Lucy Low married John Andrews 3-27-1825. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 46.~


Lucy Low. The following are listed as Congregationalists at the Union Church (Baptist) of Mercer. Year unknown. Photocopies of pages provided from Erik Bittner. Elizabeth Low, Elwin Augustus Low, Ephraim Low, Hannah Low, Henry Low, James Low, James K. Low, Lucy Low, Martha Low. || Unknown work. History of Mercer, ME?, pgs. 236-237.


Lucy Low (of Berwick, ME) married Benjamin Stacy 10-25-1781 at Second Church of Berwick, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 74 (1920), pg 255.~


Lucy Ann Low died 9-12-1802, aged 17 months 10 days, daughter of William and Susan Low [Howard Street Cemetery] || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol V - Deaths, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 408.~


Lucy Low, Miss, of Clinton, ME married Joseph Spearin, Jr. of Clinton, ME. 10-13-1814. || Provided by Eric Bittner. Unknown source. Page heading “Clinton Marriages”, page 232.~ Lucy Low. Married Joseph Spearin, Jr. of Clinton, ME. (B. 1791) on 10-13-1814. Joseph later married Sarah Tuttle. Joseph Spearin’s siblings were: John Warren (B: 1785); William (B: 1788); Elizabeth (B: 1793); Ruth (B:1795); Salley (B: 1798). Joseph Spearin’s father was Joseph Spearin, Sr., his mother was Sarah (b. 1772), a native of Pownalborough. || (Provided by Eric Bitner) History of Clinton, Maine. By Major General Carleton Edward Fisher. Printed by KJ Printing, Augusta, ME, p. 24.~


Lucy H. Lowe, daughter of Ephraim and Hannah Lowe of Sanford, ME. Widow of Seth W. Holbrook, late of Norridgewock, ME. See “IVORY LOWE” notes. || Biographical Review Vol. XXIX, Containing Life Sketches of Leading Citizens of Somerset, Piscataquis, Hancock, Washington, and Aroostook Counties, Maine. Biographical Review Publishing Co, Boston. 1898. Pgs 522-523.~


Lucy Lowe, aged 23 yrs, daughter of John and Mercy Lowe, married in Rockport, MA on 1-7-1841 to George Parkhurst, of Gloucester, a trader, born in Gloucester, son of ------, of Gloucester. Intention also recorded. || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p.64.~


Lucy Ann Lowe of Boston married Aug. 1850 Nathaniel C. Leavitt (Nathaniel, Joseph, Nathaniel, Joseph, Moses, John). She died Sept. 1869 having had two children both born at Boston: Nattie L. Leavitt (B: 12-4-1851) and Lucy Ann Leavitt (B: 3-30-1854; d: infant, 1854) || The Leavitts of America, A Compilation of Five Branches and Gleaning, Jane Eldredge, Leavitt Family Association, Woods Cross, UT, 1924, 99.~


Luther Webster Low, son of Joseph and Mehitable G. Low, was born in West Newbury, MA on 7-15-1838. West Newbury was originally a part of Newbury until 2/18/1819 when it was set off as the town of Parsons. The name was changed 6/14/1820 to West Newbury. || Vital Records of West Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts To The End Of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA,1918, 974.45/W1, V28v, p. 25.~


Lydia Low, daughter of John Wilson Low and Lydia, was born 8-10-1754 in Warren, RI. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages, and Deaths, A Family Registry For The People, James N. Arnold, Providence, RI, Narragansett Historical Pub. Co, 1894, p. 76.~


Lydia Low on 2-28-1741 was received into full communion by the First Church of Christ is Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 76 (1922), p.194.


Lydia Low married Peter Nurse 6-4-1766. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 2. Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 170.~


Lydia Lowe and Thomas Pickering (of Newington), on 8-23-1810, were married by Rev. Nathan Parker of the Church of Portsmouth, NH || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.83 (1929), p.25.~


Lydia Low, daughter of Richard Low, on 11-17-1786 was baptised at the South Church of Portsmouth, NH by Rev. Samuel Haven || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.82 (1928), p.47.~


Margaret Low, daughter of John Low, was baptized 11-13-1803 at the West Church of Boston || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 92 (1938), p. 129.~


Margaret Low and (1639-), on 4-8-1657, in Ipswich, were married. || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, 1985, Clarence Almon Torrey, page 209.~


Margaret R. Low, d. of Simon P. Low, was born 1831 in Hopkinton, RI. || Rhode Island Vital Records, New Series. Vol 9., Washington County, RI, Births 1760 - 1860 From Death and Marriage Records, Alden Beaman, PhD, The Rhode Island Genealogical Research Inst., Princeton, MA, 1981, p. 72.~


Margaret Low was born 9-17-1715. [Family record in Nathaniel Graves’ book now in possession of the Essex Institute]. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 532.


Margaret Low (Buried Maulden, 9-9-1664; daughter of Reynes Lowe of Clifton, County Buckingham) married Thomas Shepard (Bapt. Maulden, 11-18-1582; buried Maulden, 9-16-1641) (see Elizabeth Low) Thomas Shepard’s parents were Thomas Shepard (Buried Maulden 12-17-1607) who married at Maulden, County of Bedford on 10-7-1577 one Amphyllis Faldo. Thomas Shepard and Margaret Low had Children: 1)Thomas (Bapt. 1-26-1625; Buried 9-10-1661) marr 6-7-1656 Joan Balles and had son, Thomas; 2) Margaret (Bapt. 7-29-1627) marr. 7-2-1649 John Godrey; 3) Francis (Bapt. 10-12-1628; Buried 6-16-1632); 4) Amphyllis “Anne Phyllis” (Buried Maulden, 4-11-1713); 5) Francis (Bapt. 4-28-1633; Buried 5-9-1649); 6) Mary (Bapt. 5-31-1635); 7) Charles (Bapt. 1-28-1637; Buried 5-21-1668). See Elizabeth Low. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 118 (1964), p. 260-262.~


Margeret Brown Low was born 1-11-1837, daughter of Richard and Margeret (Brown) Low. [Bible record in possession of Miss Mary B. Chamberlain]. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 531.~ Margaret Low died 9-12-1837, aged 8 months., daughter of Richard [Salem Gazette Newspaper record] || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol V - Deaths, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 408.~


Maria Low married Robert S. Hellen in Providence, RI 5-29-1842. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 2. - Providence, 1892, p. 114.~


Maria Low, daughter of Caleb, laborer, and Rachel, was born 12-28-1847. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 17.~ Maria Low, daughter of Caleb and Rachel, died of dysentery, 8-15-1848, aged 7 months, 3 days. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.~


Maria Lowe and Henry Salter, on 7-20-1812, were married by Rev. Nathan Parker of the Church of Portsmouth, NH || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.83 (1929), p.25.~


Maria Lowe, daughter of Elisha, on 11-18-1792 was baptised at the South Church of Portsmouth, NH by Rev. Samuel Haven || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.82 (1928), p.47.~


Martha Low of Lyman, ME married 3-30-1820 Paul Webber of Alfred. Service by Edler Henry Smith. Early Vital Records of Lyman, Maine || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 96 (1942), p. 144.~ Martha Low of Lyman, ME int. marr 3-11-1820 to Paul Webber of Alfred. Cert marr. 3-27-1820. Early Vital Records of Lyman, Maine || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 96 (1942), p. 340.~


Martha Low. The following are listed as Congregationalists at the Union Church (Baptist) of Mercer. Year unknown. Photocopies of pages provided from Erik Bittner. Elizabeth Low, Elwin Augustus Low, Ephraim Low, Hannah Low, Henry Low, James Low, James K. Low, Lucy Low, Martha Low. || Unknown work. History of Mercer, ME?, pgs. 236-237.


Martha Low, aged 27 in 1668. Listed as an early settler of Essex and Old Norfolk. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 7 (1853), p. 83.


Martha Low married Richard Dodge (1670-1739) of Ipswich. His parents were Richard Dodge (1643-1705) of Wenham, Mass and Mary Eaton. Martha and Richard’s son was Paul Dodge (1709-1773) of Ipswich. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 88 (1934), p. 398.~ Martha Low (1669-) and Richard Dodge, on 11-16-1694, in Ipswich, were married. || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, 1985, Clarence Almon Torrey, page 224.~


Martha Jane Lowe, daughter of John Jr (a freighter) and Abigail C. Lowe, was born in Rockport, MA on 10-9-1844. || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 28.~


Martha Ellen Low, Daughter of John and Hannah Low, was born 7-14-1836. || Vital Records of Lynn Massachusetts to the end of the year 1849. Vol 1- Births, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1905, p. 248.~


Martha Low married Stephen Row (died 1718). Birth of first child was 1700. Gloucester.(unknwn date from source material: 7-6-1699) || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, Clarence Almon Torrey, 1985, p. 639.~


Mary Low and Ephriam Pierce, on 4-16-1697, in Swansea, were married. || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, 1985, Clarence Almon Torrey, page 582.~


Mary Low of Boston married 11-24-1790 George Edgar of Boston at the Second Baptist Church of Boston by Rev. Thomas Baldwin. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 125 (1971), p. 99.~


Mary Elizabeth Low (B: 12-1-1823, Boston, D: 10-17-1896, Pelham Manor, NY) married Charles Frederick Heywood (B: 11-14-1823, Charlestown, MA; D: 2-14-1893, Pelham Manor, NY). Their daughter, Annie Louise Heywood (B: 11-15-1855, NY, NY; D: 1-19-1936, Milton, MA) married Robert Roger Haydock. Mary Elizabeth Low’s parents were David Low and Mary Langdon. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 90 (1936), p. 184.~


Mary H. Low married Ambrose Williams. Both of Boston. They were married 11-2-1817 by Rev. Daniel Sharp, DD at the Charles Street Baptist Church, Boston.|| New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 88 (1934), p. 278.~


Mary Emma (b.12-17-1859; m. 11-9-1900 ___ Hunt), daughter of Edmund Augustus Lowe (died at Canton) and Susan Elizabeth Withington (b. 7-5-1828) || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 75 (1921, p. 261. ~


Mary E. Low was born 6-15-1822, daughter of Richard and Margeret (Brown) Low. [Bible record in the possession of Miss Mary B. Chamberlain]. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 531.~


Mary Low married Joseph Potter in Warwick, RI 1-1-1747. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 80.~


Mary Low married in Georgetown 12-31-1822 one Benjamin5 Pattee (Samuel4, Jeremiah3, Benjamin2, Peter1) (B: 8-1-1792), brother of Jeremiah Pattee. See Azubah Low for Pattee connection. Other siblings of Benjamin: Susanna(B: 5-28-1785); Samuel (B:6-16-1786); Sally (B:7-2-1788); William Sewall (B:11-5-1790); Nancy (B:7-1-1794); Rachel McCobb (B:8-20-1795); Elizabeth (B:5-25-1797); Jeremiah (B:3-27-1783). Benjamin’s mother was Sarah Sewall who married Samuel Pattee in Georgetwon 12-3-1782. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 147 (1993), p. 185.


Mary Eliza Low was born 1-22-1817, daughter of Richard and Margeret (Brown) Low. [Bible record in the possession of Miss Mary B. Chamberlain]. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 531.~ Mary Low died suddenly 8-8-1819, aged 3 years, daughter of Richard and Margaret Low [Margaret bur Broad Street Cemetery][Harmony Grove cemetery shows her age as 2 yrs 7 months] || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol V - Deaths, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 408.~


Mary Ann Lowe and Jeremiah Bragdon, on 1-9-1816, were married by Rev. Nathan Parker of the Church of Portsmouth, NH || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.83 (1929), p.25.~


Mary Low married Richard Martin 2-1-1781. Intention also recorded. || Vital Records of Newbury Massachusetts to the end of the Year 1849, Vol 2, Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, 1911, p. 299.~


Mary Eliza Low (MRS-Low not nec. maiden name) married Rufus Low 12-8-1841. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 46.~


Mary Ann Low, daughter of Capt. David and Betsy Low, was born 7-20-1819. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 17.~ Mary Ann Low married Ezra Burnham on 4-16-1841. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 46.~


Mary C. Low, daughter of Albert E. and Elizabeth Low, died of Lung Fever, 5-4-1842, aged 5 weeks - 2 months. || Vital Records of Manchester Massachusetts to the End of Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1903, 274.~


Mary Frost Low, daughter of Caleb and Betsey (Osborn) Low, was born Dec. 1837. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 1. Births, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 214.~


Mary Low was born at Shapleigh, ME on 11-16-1825. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 1. Births, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 214.


Mary Low, daughter of Mary Low (husb: Job?), was received for baptism 7-27-1707 at 1st Church of Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.75 (1921), p.45.~


Mary Low, daughter of John and Abigail Low, was born 8-11-1733. City Document #43. || Boston Births, Baptisms, Marriages, and Deaths, 1700-1800, William S. Appleton, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1978, p. 213. ~


Mary Low, daughter of Stephen and Alice Low, was born in Warwick, RI 4-9-1735. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 188.~


Mary Low, daughter of Nathaniel and Abigail Low, was born 11-19-1767. City Document #43. || Boston Births, Baptisms, Marriages, and Deaths, 1700-1800, William S. Appleton, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1978, p. 315.~


Mary Low was born 4-3-1704, daughter of John Low and Joanah Partridge, of Portsmith. || Chapter: Early records of N.H. Families, New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 7 (1853), p123.~


Mary Ann Low was born 2-25-1808, daughter of Seth and Mary (Porter) Low. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 531.~


Mary B. Low married Henry Orne Stone (2nd son of Deacon John Stone), a physician in Boston. Married in Nov 1844. Dr Stone moved to Concord and was a graduate of Harvard. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 5 (1851), p.160.~


Mary Cassandra Low(e). Born New Canada, N.S. 1-2-1869. She was the daughter of Caleb and Louisa (Dairy) Lowe. Mary Cassandra was married 8-1-1911 to Charles Richard Cole (b. 2-9-1876) of Greene, ME, farmer. Charles Richard Cole was born in Stark, and was the son of Seth Cole (b.6-20-1843; d: 3-28-1909) and Frances Amanda Cole. Seth and Frances were married 6-28-1868. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 86 (1932), p. 310-311.~


Mary Ellen Low (of Providence) and Edward Lawrence Bowen (of Boston, MA), on 3-12-1867 were married by Rev. Cyrus Hyde Fay. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.77 (1923), p.186.~


Mary Lowe, on 8-11-1816, aged 54 yrs (Consumption) - Funeral service (not nec. date of death) was held on this date by Rev. Nathan Parker of the Church of Portsmouth, NH || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.83 (1929), p.34-35.


Mary Wells Low, died 5-2-1852, aged 75 yrs, 6 months, in Warwick, RI. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 188.~


Mary Foote Lowe. Daughter of Reverend Charles and Martha Ann (Perry) Lowe. Marry married Charles Plimpton Lincoln of Cambridge, Mass. Charles Plimpton Lincoln was born at Somerville, Mass 5-7-1859 and was the son of Charles Sprague and Louise Edna (Plimpton) Lincoln. Charles Plimpton Lincoln died at Cambridge 3-11-1935. Mary and Charles were married at Somerville 6-25-1889. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 89 (1935), p. 263.~


Mary Low (D: 7-25-1827) married Amos Wheeler at Fitchburg, MA 6-10-1794. Married Elizabeth Low (M: 3-12-1829, Fitchburg, MA) after Mary’s death. || The Genealogical and Encyclopedic History of the Wheeler Family in America, American College of Genealogy, Albert Wheeler, Jr., Boston, MA, 1914, p. 752.~


Mary Ann Lowe married Rev. George Robert of Haswell, 10-25-1841.|| Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 2. - North Providence, 1892, p. 28.~


Mary Elizabeth Low married 10-29-1843 Benjamin Mores Chamberlian. [marr also recorded in Bible in possession of Miss Mary B. Chamberlain. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol III - Marriages, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 617.~


Mary Low married 12-19-1824 Joseph Elkins. Intention also recorded. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol III - Marriages, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 617.~


Mary Low and Edmund Grover, on 1-10-1698/9, in Beverly, were married. || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, 1985, Clarence Almon Torrey, page 329.~


Mary Low was born 5-28-1776, daughter of Daniel and Mary (Luscomb) Low. [Bible record in possession of Miss Mary B. Chamberlain]. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 531.~


Mary Haden Low, daughter of John Low, was baptized 3-19-1797 at the West Church of Boston || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 92 (1938), p. 124. ~


Mary H. Low married Noah Nichols. Both of Boston. They were married 5-8-1814 by Rev. Daniel Sharp, DD at the Charles Street Baptist Church.|| New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 88 (1934), p. 275.~


Mary Ann Lowe, of Boxford, MA (B: 6-17-1815; D:11-5-1842) was married without issue to Edward Howe (or Home) of Boxford, MA.|| The Leavitts of America, A Compilation of Five Branches and Gleaning, Jane Eldredge, Leavitt Family Association, Woods Cross, UT, 1924, 99.~


Mary Low married Stephen Choate. Their child was Susanna Choate. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 136 (1982), p. 322.~


Mehitabel Low of Lyman, ME. Cert of marriage 8-16-1815 to James Libby of Grey. Early Vital Records of Lyman, Maine || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 96 (1942), p. 337.~


Mehitable Low and Mose Patty, both of Stanford, on 10-1-1771 were married at the Second Church of Berwick, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 74 (1920), p.250.~


Melvina Low, daughter of Rufus, died of canker 8-20-1842, aged 6 months. (BL: Daughter of Rufus and Mary Eliza Low) || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.~


Mercy Low, daughter of Job and Sarah Low, was baptised 11-1-1746 at 1st Church of Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.75 (1921), p.122.~


Micajah Low, son of Caleb and Sarah Low, was born 8-19-1812. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 17.~


Miranda Low, daughter of Joshua and Mary Low, married Grover Dodge, son of Nehemiah Dodge, on 12-8-1843. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 46.~


Miriam Low, daughter of David and Sarah Low, was baptised 3-2-1754 at 1st Church of Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.75 (1921), p.313.~


Molly (Mary) Lowe (BL: d. of Ebenezer and Martha (Story) Low) married Jonathan Story, JR at the Hamlet on 5-2-1790. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 46.~


Moses A. Low of Gloucester, aged 43 yrs, mariner, b. Gloucester, son of David and Elizabeth, married Anna M. Sargent, aged 32y, daughter of Winthrop and Emily, 11-22-1848. Intention also recorded. || Vital Records of Newbury Massachusetts to the end of the Year 1849, Vol 2, Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, 1911, p. 299.~


Moses Low of Shapleigh recorded intension of marriage 7-10-1801 to Sarah Pitts. Moses married Sarah on 7-29-1801. || Vital Records of Waterborough, Maine, New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 90 (1936), p. 248.~


Naby Low was born 1-7-1779, daughter of Daniel and Mary (Luscomb) Low. [Bible record in the possession of Miss Mary B. Chamberlain]. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 531.~


Nancey Low, daughter of Daniel and Annes Low, was born 6-23-1794. || Vital Records of Manchester Massachusetts to the End of Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1903, 87.~


Nancy Low, daughter of John T. and Nancy Low, was born 4-17-1797. City Document #43. || Boston Births, Baptisms, Marriages, and Deaths, 1700-1800, William S. Appleton, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1978, p. 345.~


Nancy Jane Low was married to George W. Greene of Maine. Their daughter was Alice May Greene (B: Greenbush, ME 2-18-1861). Alice May Greene married Benjamin Robert Wheeler (B: 7-27-1858) at Greenfield, ME on 7-10-1880. || The Genealogical and Encyclopedic History of the Wheeler Family in America, American College of Genealogy, Albert Wheeler, Jr., Boston, MA, 1914, p. 806.~


Nancy Low, daughter of George Low, was baptized 12-22-1771 at the West Church of Boston. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 92 (1938), p. 21.~


Nancy Low, of Lunenburg, intended marriage to John Craft on 10-16-1819. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 46.~


Nancy Adaline Lowe. Was married to Benjamin Russell. Their son, Clarence Low Hogin of Kansas City, MO (b:1-10-1872) was born in Greencastle, Iowa. Clarence married Daisy Cole (b:6-10-1876) on 3-28-1900. Daisy was the daughter of Freeman Cole of Kansas City and Harriet Brooks Parr of Amsterdam, PA. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 86 (1932), p. 368.~


Nancy Low, daughter of Asa and Mary Low, on 6-26-1793 was received into full communion by the First Church of Christ is Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 76 (1922), p.253.~


Nancy Low of Alfred married 8-7-1845 Tobias Abbot of Shapleigh. Service performed by Eleazer Robbins. || Vital Records of Waterborough, Maine, New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 91 (1937), p. 29.~


Naomi Lowe11, (Leland10, Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). Newspaper article: “A twelve-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lowe, north of town, was taken violently ill with appendicitis, Monday, and last night her condition became so bad that Dr. J. E. Miller, of Quincy was sent for and the little girl was operated upon at a late hour, last night, Dr. Miller being assisted by his wife, a former nurse, and Miss Nelle Dunham, nurse who is now in charge of the case. The little girl is quite low today.” || The Pike County Democrat, Pittsfield, IL, Wednesday, February 2, 1921. [BL (9/97): Naomi was twelve years old at the time. Dr. Miller operated on her while she lay on the kitchen table. Uncle Lee fainted during the surgery and the operation had to be stopped until Uncle Lee could be revived by Dr. Miller and removed from the room. ]~


Nath Low of Coxhall married Abigail Goold of Kittery 1-20-1787 || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 63, pg 167.~


Nathan Low (BL: Caleb, David, Thomas, Thomas), 2 males 16+, 4 males-16, 1 females, Boxford, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 67.~ Nathan Low5 (Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). The General Solomon Lowe mansion was built about 1740 by John Hale, who was born in Boxford in 1717, being a son of Joseph and Mary (Watson) Hale. His wife, Sarah Lord of Ipswich, was the sister of Lucy Lord, wife of Nathan Lowe, who, in 1767, came from Ipswich. Mrs. Hale may have resided with the Lowes from 1766 on , John Hale having left the Colony for the British Provinces to escape some corporal punishment. ¶ Mr. Lowe has nine sons, all but the oldest having been born here (Boxford). The eighth son was Solomon, who was famous as a military general. He was born April 9, 1782, and held the office of General from 1820 to 1840. He was a member of the General County in 1823, 1827, 1828 and 1841. He resided upon this place until about 1857, when he removed to West Newbury, where he died April 3, 1861, lacking six days of being eighty years old. The remains of General Lowe repose in his tomb in Harmony Cemetery. Upon the face of the tomb are illustrations of himself and his four wives engraved on marble tablets. The tomb has attracted many visitors. His spirited military funeral will long be remembered by those who were present. ¶ The General’s son, Major William Lowe, was born here and from 1857 lived upon the place. He died in 1870, from injuries caused by a bull which attacked him in his cowyard. His family continued to reside upon the homestead until the buildings were completely destroyed by fire early on the morning of June 21, 1874. The cellar remains uncovered. ¶ The sawmill was built about 1770, as it was called a new mill in 1772. ¶ Between Mr. Eben N. Price’s barn and the railroad station, stood a house a hundred and twenty years ago. When Nathan Lowe came to Boxford from Ipswich in 1767, he is said to have bought this place, which he lived upon. A short time afterward he removed to the Lowe House, No. 48. ¶ Gen. Lowe’s brother, Jeremiah, carried on the tanning business here near the brook. ¶ In 1806, Mr. Lowe sold the tannery, adjoining land, etc. to his brother Solomon Lowe and Moses Dorman, for $623.50. || Unknown. A history of Boxford, MA. From a chapter headed “The Dwellings of Boxford”, pp 47- 48. Nathan Low5 (Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) Mr. John Hale built the late ancient Low mansion about 1750, and a few years later erected the Low saw-mill, which has been constantly in use ever since. When the “Janes Road” was laid out in 1772, we find the mill mentioned as the possession of Nathan Low (father of Gen. Solomon Low), and was kept in the family until the death of Major William Low (son of General Solomon Low) in 1870, when it was sold to Mr. Isreal Herrick, who is engaged in getting out ship-timber, as well as various kinds of other lumber, in addition to his extensive farming operations. || Unknown. Chapter is titled “History of Boxford.” p.198. Nathan Low5 (Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) From an undated newspaper article. The photo of the mill is very good. Article probably dates from 1922): “An Old Boxford Sawmill: Lowe’s or Chaplin’s mill in East Boxford, a picturesque structure still active after 150 years of continuous service, and noted for its production of “drag boards” made in but few mills today. ¶ While not the oldest mill in Boxford, Lowe’s or Chaplin’s sawmill, located in East Boxford on the shores of Lowe’s pond, is probably first in point of view of continuous service, and is furthermore one of the most picturesque in this vicinity. Built by John Hale somewhere around 1770, and taken over by Nathan Lowe and called the new mill in 1772, this attractive old sawmill has run almost continuously through all these years. ¶ It remained in the Lowe family for several generations, one of the most prominent operators, Major William Lowe, son of the famous General Solomon Lowe, being gored to death by a bull in front of the mill in 1870. Shortly after this time it was purchased by a man outside the Lowe family, and he in turn sold it in 1893 to Charles H. Caplin, then a member of the firm of Chaplin & Tidd, who has managed it from that day to this. ¶ There are numerous interesting features about the old mill, not the least being its attractive appearance as it sits passively settled on the edge of a sloping bank, nestled among greens, its old unpainted timbers and shingles seemingly still defiant to the elements after all these years of battling against wind and storms. Many an artist has sat at various spots on the shores of the mill pond, seeking to portray on canvas this typical New England scene, and doubtlessly pictures not unlike the scene above could be found in homes far removed from Boxford or even New England. ¶ To the more practical-minded person, the mill is of interest because of its long years of continuous service, and also because of certain phases of its production. Unlike some of the sawmills common in Maine and New ??? (ink spot. England? Hampshire?) Where situated on the eo?????vers they receive logs floated down stream often going many miles before being hauled out of sawing and planing. Lowe’s mill is located as it is upon nothing but a small artificial pond must have its raw material transported by land methods, originally oxen, later horses, and now by trucks which come from all over Essex County in active times. The logs are, however, often dumped into the pond where they lie awaiting the time when they are needed and are drawn up from the waters and put through the sawing and planing machines. ¶ Yet small though the pond may be, the water is sufficient at most seasons of the year to run the old mill wheel and furnish power for all the mill’s operations. Fed as it is by three ponds up the line, there is in the small pond except at certain dry seasons in late summer an abundant stream of water always at hand to set the mill machinery in motion. After serving its purpose the water runs out through a small narrow culvert, passes under the roadway and becomes a brook known as Pye brook which winds down through much of Topsfield eventually feeding into the Ipswich. ¶ The mill today has one product peculiar to itself, and one which brings customers from many distant points; that is the rounded “drag boards” used for hauling rocks and heavy materials common on road construction jobs. Turned up at one end, these are a particular sort of board that but few mills in the country make today, and as a result they have brought fame to what is now more commonly known as Lowe’s mill. Other products include the usual sawing, planing and turning of boards, all of which are sold in sufficient quantity to keep this little old mill active almost continuously throughout the year, except after a long dry season as now when the water power is hardly sufficient to turn over the antiquated, but sturdy machinery.” (BL: Someone from the historical society has added “Charles Chaplin died in 1961. The dam for the mill was rebuilt in 1965, but the mill was town down in the early 1970's.” || Unknown newspaper article ca 1922.


Nathan Low. From the 1800 census of Deer Isle, Maine, part of Hancock County in 1800. Deer Isle was settled in 1762 and incorporated in 1789. It had 682 inhabitants in 1790 and 1105, in 179 families, in 1800. Isle au Haut, with Burnt Coat Island, became a separate town and a part of Knox County in 1874, and in 1897 the Southern part of Deer Isle was incorporated as Stonington. Nathan Low: originally from Boxford, had 1 male and 5 females in his home. Nathan was between 26-45 in 1800. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 105 (1951), p. 208.~


Nathan Low is mentioned on the Roll of Capt. Joseph Smith of Rowley during the French and Indian War. No rank given. Source: Mass. Archives 97:2:322|| Ipswich In The Massachusetts Bay Colony, Vol II, A History Of The Town From 1700-1917, Thomas Franklin Waters, The Ipswich Historical Society, Ipswich, Mass, 1917, p. 195. ~ Nathan Low, Boxford. Private, Capt. Jacob Gould’s Co of militia, Col. Samuel Johnson’s regt, which marched on the alarm of 4-19-1775; service 4 days. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1029.~


Nathan Low is mentioned in the following context: (again, although only mentioned, I include the interesting historical narrative): Capt. Stephen Whipple’s company and that of Capt. Israel Davis of Danvers seem to have remained at Louisbourg during the year 1760. Some of the men in their companies suffered much hardship on their return. Jonathan Burnum, a member of Capt. Whipple’s company, in a memorial to the Council, stated that his company remained until December, 1760, when the troops were put on board transports for New England. Many were sick, all were greatly crowded. His Captain told him that if he would go on board Capt. John Potter’s vessel, bound for Ipswich, and work his passage, he should have the same pay as the other men. The vessell was cast on shore on the Isle of Sables and lost and all on board suffered much hardship. ¶ The ship on which his company sailed was obliged to winter “at the Mount”, and the men did not get home until Spring, their pay continuing. A vessel was fitted out at Marblehead and sent to the Isle of Sables for the shipwrecked men, who were obliged to pay $10 apiece for their passage. ¶ Benjamin Pinder of Ipswich, in Capt. Davis’s company, was with Burnam and petitioned with him for reimbursement. Lieut. Benjamin Kimball of Capt. Davis’s company was ordered to Boston with a company of sick soldiers and had received no wages. ¶ The roll of the company of Capt. Francis Peabody of Boxford from 4-28-1760 to 4-18-1776, bears the name of Isreal Clark, Corporal and Sergeant and the entry. ¶ Paid for cleaning the hospital in Virginia after the men recovered...and extra expenses for sick in Virginia. ¶ Although the war in America was virtually finished with the reduction of Montreal, the New England men were retained in garrison service at various points. ¶ Capt. Gideon Parker’s roll (source: Mass. Archives 99:1:111) from April 18-1761 to December 13, 1761, included: Nathan Low, Samuel Lord, Lieut, Nathaniel Chapman, Sergeant, Robert Dodge, Joseph Hunt, Daniel Lord, Elisha Newman, Richard Smith, .....-others- || || Ipswich In The Massachusetts Bay Colony, Vol II, A History Of The Town From 1700-1917, Thomas Franklin Waters, The Ipswich Historical Society, Ipswich, Mass, 1917, p. 198-199.


Nathan Lowe, NC, S7163 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


Nathan(iel) Low and Jonathan Low are mentioned in a book on the history of Norridgewock and Canaan, Mass. along with others of interest. Erik Bittner, descended from William Henry Low, provided the photocopies from the book. I have included several other from the tax list entries because of family ties to their clan. The text is as follows: In the spring of 1781, a tax was laid on the people of Winslow and on “all adjacents.” Winslow was, at that time, the last town; it was incorporated in the year 1771, and included Waterville. It has been peopled since 1754; eleven families having commenced a settlement at that time, though the township was not granted until 1766. The town was divided by the erection of Waterville, June 23, 1802. Clinton was not a town until 1795, seven years after Canaan. Several who at this time were in Clinton and Winslow, afterward became citizens of Canaan and Norridgewock. “An assessment of the polls and Real & Personal Estates of the inhabitants of the Town of Winslow & also the Nonresident Proprietors Land Lying in said Town & also the Polls of the adjacents being a tax of one Hundred & Seventy-five pounds Eleven shillings and Eleven pence Laid on said Town by the General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts begun & held at Boston on Wednesday the 25th day of October AD 1780 & Continued by adjournment to the 11th day of April AD 1781.” There were 66 tax payers resident in Winslow in 1781. Among them: Nathan(iel) Low of Winslow, for 1 poll: £1.11.11, for real estate: £6 shillings, for personal estate:4 shillings 10p.; Jonathan Low of Winslow, 1 poll: £1.11.11; David Pattee of Winslow, for 1 poll: £1.11.11, for personal estate:7 shillings 7p; William Huston of Winslow, for 2 polls: £1.3.10, for real estate: £1 & 10 shillings, for personal estate:6 shillings 8p; James Huston of Winslow, for 1 poll: £1.11.11, for personal estate: 1 shillings 3p; Andrew Gillman of Winslow, for 1 poll: £1.11.11; William Gillman of Winslow, for 2 poll: £1.3.10, for real estate: £7 shillings, for personal estate: 2 shillings 4p; Ezek. Pattee of Winslow, Esq, for 3 polls: £1.15.9, for real estate: £2 , for personal estate: £1, 4 shillings 1p; Stephen Partridge of Norridgewock, 1 poll: £1.11.11; Seth Wyman of Canaan, 1 poll: £1.11.11. || History of the Old Towns Norridgewock and Canaan comprising Norridgewock, Canaan, Starks, Skowhegan, and Bloomfield, From Their Early Settlement to the Year 1849; including a Sketch of the Abnakis Indians. By J.W. Hanson, author of the History of Danvers. Memorandum Majorum. Boston: Published by the Author, 1849., pgs 132-135.


Nathaniel Low of Waterville, ME married Martha Mackfarlin, ch of John (s. Solomon Mackfarling) and Martha (Glover). No date given. Early 1700's would guess. || Vital Records of Plympton, Plymouth Co, Mass to the year 1850, Plympton Marriages, p. 344. Nathaniel Low. His widow, Martha, of Waterville, ME, d. of John Mackfarling or McFarland of P., afterwards of Middleborough, sister of Sarah Sampson, widow, old age, Oct. 9-1843, aged 82 yr, 28 days, in P. She had no children. || Vital Records of Plympton, Plymouth County, MA to the year 1850, Plympton Deaths, p. 494.~


Nathaniel Low, Dr, MA. R: Berwick; Capt Pray’s Co; 19S || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 493.


Nathaniel Low was appointed administrator of an estate April 6, 1753 in Ipswich, MA || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 53, pg338.


Nathaniel Lowe, Jr, unmarried, fisherman. Son of Nathaniel and Margaret, died in Rockport, MA, of consumption on 12-17-1844, aged 23 yrs. || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p.103.~


Nathaniel Low, 0 males 16+, 2 males-16, 2 females, Boston, Suffolk Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 183.


Nathaniel Low, 2 males 16+, 0 males-16, 4 females, Leominster, Worcester Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 226.


Nathaniel Lowe, Patriot Service. R:Winslow; TownRecords-W5, p13 || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 493.


Nathaniel Low. His widow, Martha [Patty (Norwood)] died in Rockport, MA of ulceration of the bowels on Sept. 5, 1843, aged 42 yrs. || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p.103.~


Nathaniel Low and Hannah Ring of Gloucester intended marriage 11-22-1760. || Vital Records of Newbury Massachusetts to the end of the Year 1849, Vol 2, Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, 1911, p. 299.~


Nathaniel Low was a doctor in Capt. Pray’s Company 1780. || A List of Revolutionary Soldiers of Berwick, York County, Maine; Compiled from the Records of the Town by W.D. Spencer, 1898.


Nathaniel Low married Abigail Riggs of Gloucester, July 15, 1722. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 48, p.75.~ Nathaniel Low. Abigail Low, Widow, Died 8-5-1774, aged 73 yrs. || Vital Records of Newbury Massachusetts to the end of the Year 1849, Vol 2, Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, 1911, p. 647.~


Nathaniel Low. Found dead in Whaleboat ½ mile off Newbury Bar, 4-1-1796. From Short's sexton's book, now in possession of Miss Ruth Short. || Vital Records of Newbury Massachusetts to the end of the Year 1849, Vol 2, Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, 1911, p. 647.~


Nathaniel Low and Jacob Low: Listed under “Trades & Employments of the 18th Century”. In the middle of the century, there was a group of weavers in Ipswich who made fine cloth for men’s wear. Listed are: Elisha Brown, William Campanel, Nathaniel and Jacob Low. || IPSWICH IN THE MASSACHUSETTS BAY COLONY, VOL 2, 1700-1917, A History of the Town, Thomas Franklin Waters, 1917, Ipswich Historical Society, Ipswich, Mass., p. 259.


Nathaniel Low, Dr, Patriotic Service, R: Berwick; TownRecords-B3A, p 1011 || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 493.


Nathaniel Low Jr. of Lyman, Maine married 6-27-1808 Iset Gouch of Wells, Me. Intention of marr recorded 6-11-1808. Early Vital Records of Lyman, Maine || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 96 (1942), p. 146.~ Children of Nathaniel Low (B:3-20-1782) of Lyman, ME and Isit (B:4-26-1790), his wife: Lavinia Low (B: 3-6-1810); Thomas Low (B: 12-26-1816); Betsy B. Low (B: 5-9-1822); Elmira S. Low (B: 1-30-1828); Joseph C. Low (B: 5-1-1832); Sabra Jane Low (B:2-25-1835); Sally H. Low (B: 11-17-1808; D: 4-13-1809, 5 months); Horace Low (B: 7-14-1812; D: 9-26-1815, 3yrs 2 months); John Low (B: 4-3-1815; D: 9-6-1815, 5 months); Abigail Low (B: 7-19-1820; D: 2-16-1821, 7 months); Mary B. Low (B: 7-28-1824; D:2-28-1825, 7 months); Isit Low (B: 7-2-1826; D: 7-2-1826, died at birth) || Early Records of Lyman, Main. New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 97 (1943), p 226-227.~


Nathaniel Low (a deacon), Ipswich, Mark Howe delivered a huge load of faggots - over 200 bundles - to Deacon Low in 1765. || IPSWICH IN THE MASSACHUSETTS BAY COLONY, VOL 2, 1700-1917, A History of the Town, Thomas Franklin Waters, 1917, Ipswich Historical Society, Ipswich, Mass., p. 254.


Nathaniel Low, son of Nathaniel (a mariner) and Mary J. Low, was born in Rockport, MA on 12-15-1849. || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 28.~


Nehemiah Lowe, MD, R6489 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


Nicholas Lowe of Denby, Derbyshire; to St. Mary’s County, Maryland, by 1687. His brother, Vincent Lowe; to Maryland, ca. 1672; their sister, Jane Lowe; to Maryland 1661. Also their nephews, Nicholas Lowe, and Lt. Col. Henry Lowe; the former of Talbot County, Maryland, the latter of St. Mary’s County, Maryland, by 1696. Both died in 1717. Coat of arms shown in book. -I am not entirely certain was this entry means. I have copied it exactly as in the book - BJFL- || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 133 (1979), p. 182.~


Obadiah Low. B: Sanford 1760; Died NY 1813; Married Sally; CL-2, 166:86 || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 493.~


Obadiah Low, son of Ephriam and Mary Low, on 4-30-1761 was baptised at the Second Church of Berwick, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 74 (1920), p.216.~


Obadiah Low, Mass, Abigail, R6483 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


Obadiah Low, of Boston, married Anna Foster (b. 8-4-1729) of Dorchester on 6-1-1758. Anna’s parent’s were Capt James Foster, Jr. and Priscilla, both of Dorchester. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.52 (1898), p.200.~


Obed Burnham Low was a non-graduate student at Brown University, RI 1842-1845. He was a law student with Rufus Choate and Daniel Webster; He was a lawyer in Boston, MA. Born in Essex, MA Nov 1822; died 7-4-1879. || Historical Catalogue of Brown University, 1764-1904, Brown University, Providence, RI, 1905, p. 618.


Obidiah Low of Maine and Groton, Vt resided chiefly in Bradford & Groton. Ca 1796-1911. [Ryegate, Vermont, Miller & Wells, Vol V, 1913, VT-Rye-10, p. 407-408.] || Greenlaw Index of The New England Historic Genealogical Society, Vol 2, G.K. Hall & Co, Boston, 1979, p. 103.


Olive Low of Brooksville, ME was married 4-5-1844 to John P. Shepard by the Rev. Benjamin Rea, Esq. Vital Records of Brooksville, Hancock County, Maine. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 109 (1955), p. 256.~


Olive Low, daughter of Ephriam and Mary Low, was baptised 10-24-1741 at 1st Church of Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.75 (1921), p.120.~


Olive Low and Pelham Chandler were married 12-7-1824. || Vital Records of Duxbury, Plymouth Co, MA to the year 1850, Duxbury Marriages, p. 275.~


Olive Low married Joshua Cole on 3-6-1800 || Maine Historical and Genealogical Recorder, Vol II, 1885, p. 108.~


Olive N. Lowe married Lorenzo C. Rogers on 4-9-1841. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 2. Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 170.~


Oliver Low married Betsy Hardy on 11-10-1827. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 46.~ Oliver Low. His widow, Betsey, daughter of Samuel and Lucy Hardy, died of dropsy, 1-3-1849, aged 56 yrs, 8m, 8d. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.~ Oliver Low, son of Daniel and Abigail Low, died of consumption, 9-23-1845, aged 64 yrs, 3 m. 13 days. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.~


Ollie Low (Maiden name, Ward). Died 10-19-1910. Park Lawn Cemetery, Barry, Illinois || Cemetery Records of Pike County Illinois by Townships, 1816-Dec. 31, 1978, Vol IV, Townships Barry, Hadley, New Salem, 977.3453 v3l, p. 106.


Ora Lowe, daughter of Nathaniel (a fisherman) and Mary J. Lowe, was born in Rockport, MA on 3-22-1845. || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 28.~


Orraley Low, daughter of Daniel and Annice Low, was born 2-23-1800. || Vital Records of Manchester Massachusetts to the End of Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1903, 87.~


Parley Low, native of Maine, appeared in the California census of 1850: Low, Parley, age 23, miner, (vol 1: 857) || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 91 (1937), p. 328.


Patience Low intended to marry James Wooster, 3-9-1740, Records of Falmouth, Maine (now, Portland) || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 17.~


Pearl Lowe10 (Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) Rhodes-Lowe Nuptials. Yesterday at 3 p. m. at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Bingham Lowe occurred the marriage of their daughter, Miss Pearl, to Mr. Allen Rhodes. Rev. J. O. Kirkpatrick officiated. At the appointed hour, as Mrs. Bertrand Westlake sounded the notes of the wedding march, the young people took their place in the presence of a large company of friends and were joined in holy wedlock. These young people are highly esteemed, and all their many friends will bid them God-speed. ¶ The bride wore a beautiful frock of Persian lawn, trimmed in lace and satin ribbons. ¶ There were, besides the family, some forty or more invited guests who brought with them many valuable and useful gifts. ¶ After the ceremony the guests were seated to a most sumptuous dinner. The table fairly groaned under the burden of viands provided by the excellent host. ¶ The young people will go to housekeeping at once, starting out on life's journey amid the smiles and applause of their many friends. || The Pike County Democrat. Undated clipping. Aunt Pearl and Uncle Allen were married 2/15/1905.~


Pearl Lowe10 (Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). Marriage announcement: “Allen Rhodes, son of Daniel Rhodes, and Miss Pearl Low, will be married at three o’clock this afternoon at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bing Low, of Newburg township. They will make their home at the old Mose Duran place, northeast of town, now owned by George Hoos.” || The Pike County Democrat, Pittsfield, IL, Wednesday, February 15, 1905.~


Penelope Low married Charles Lippitt in Warwick, RI on 1-12-1783. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 80.~


Peter Lowe, 1 males 16+, 0 males-16, 1 females, Ipswich, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 77.


Peter Low. Receipt dated Ipswich, 3-23-1781, for bounties paid said Low and others by the several classes of the town of Ipswich to serve in the Continental Army for the term of 3 years; also, return of men raised in Essex Co for Continental Service, agreeable to resolve of 12-2-1780; engaged for town of Ipswich; engaged 3-22-1781; term, 3 years; also, Private, Capt Simon Larned’s co, Col William Shepard’s (4th) regt; muster roll for May 1781, dated West Point; enlisted April 1, 1781; reported at the Lines; also, muster roll for June 1781; reported at the Lines; also, muster roll for Jan 1782, dated Hutts and sworn to at West Point; also, 1st co; entry dated 11-7-1783, of an order for wages for May-July (year not given), appearing in a register of orders accepted on account of wages, etc. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1030.


Peter Low married Mary M. Clark 12-5-1866 at the Methodist Church, Townsendville, Seneca County, NY. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 125 (1971), p. 53.~


Peter Lowe, 0 males 16+, 0 males-16, 0 females, 5 free persons, Ipswich, Essex Co.. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 76.


Peter Low, Marblehead. Return dated Boxford, 12-8-1779, of men mustered by John Cushing, Muster Master for Essex Co, to join the Continental Army for the term of 9 months, agreeable to resolve of 6-9-1779; engaged for the town of Marblehead. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1029.


Peter Low. Private, Capt. Benjamin Gould’s Co, Col. Wade’s Regt; enlisted 7-6-1780; discharged 10-10-1780; service 3 months 17 days, including 12 days (240 miles) travel home; regiment raised in Essex Co to reinforce Continental Army for 3 months. Roll dated Topsfield. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1030.


Peter Lowe. Private, Capt. Simon Larned’s Co., Col. William Shepard’s (4th) regt.; muster roll for July, 1781, dated Phillipsborough; enlisted 4-1-1781; enlistment, 3 years; reported with Col. Scamel’s detachment; also, muster roll for Aug., 1781, sworn to at Peekskill; also, muster roll for Sept., 1781, dated Camp Continental Village; reported on fatigue duty; also, muster roll for Oct. and Nov., 1781, dated York Hutts. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Wright & Potter Printing Co, 1902, Vol 9, p. 1037.


Phebe Augusta Low, daughter of Darling and Phebe (Rhoads), died of measles 2-6-1846. aged 6 yrs 2 months. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 2. Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 404.~ Phebe Augusta Low, daughter of Darling and Phebe (Rhoads), was born 11-19-1839. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 1. Births, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 214.~


Phebe Jane Lowe, daughter of Nathaniel (a fisherman) and Martha Lowe, was born in Rockport, MA on 8-22-1844 (1843, according to the 'E. Pool manuscript in the possession of of Mrs. C. W. Pool). || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 28.~


Phebe Ann Low, daughter of Capt. Samuel and Elizabeth Low, was born in Warwick, RI 5-5-1801. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 188.~


Phebe Low, daughter of William and Abigail Low, was baptised 4-4-1741 at 1st Church of Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.75 (1921), p.119.~


Phebe Low, daughter of Nathaniel Low and Abigail Low, was born 9-21-1772. City Document #43. || Boston Births, Baptisms, Marriages, and Deaths, 1700-1800, William S. Appleton, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1978, p. 323.~


Philip Lowe, GA, BLWt1797-400 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


Phillippa Low married Noel Freeborn in Warwick, RI on 4-22-1756. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 80.~


Phineas Low, MA. R: Wells; b: Wells 1757; Capt Merrill’s Co; R: Newfield 1818; Died 1824; Married (1) Hannah (2) Ann; 1(S37195); 1S; 3S; 5S; Index of Revolutionary Veterans Buried in Maine || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 493. ¶ Phineas Low, Mass, S37195 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348. ¶ Phineas Low, aged 63, of Newfield, July 18, 1820. Private in Capt. Merrill’s Co., Col. Brewer’s Regt., Mass line. Original declaration made 6-29-1818. Pension no. 8,588. Affirmed. Family: Hannah, wife, aged 63; Polly, daughter, aged 30; Judah, daughter, aged 22; Phinehas, so, aged 17; Betsy, daughter, aged 24; Clarissa, grandchild, aged 3. (403) || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.65 (1911), p.255.~ Phineas Low, Wells. List of men raised in York, Co for the term of 9 months from the time of their arrival at Fishkill, returned as received of Jonathan Warner, Commissioner, by Brig. Gen. J. Glover, at Fort Arnold, 7-8-1778; residence, Wells; arrived at Fishkill 6-29-1778. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1030.~


Phoebe Margaret Low9 (James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). Obituary: “MRS. PHOEBE M. SMITH. Phoebe M. Lowe was born near Pittsfield, ILL, October 2, 1851 and departed this life May 25, 1917, aged 65 years, 7 months and 23 days. ¶ She was united in marriage with Theodore W. Smith August 4, 1869, they having spent a very happy married life until he was called to rest July 10, 1901. To this union seven children were born, five of whom survive her: Emmet, sylvia, Jennie, Daisy and Bessie; Nellie and Gracie having passed away in infancy. She is also survived by three grandchildren, Holly, Russel and Clifford Smith, and two brothers, James and Bingham Lowe, besides a large number of other relatives and friends. ¶ She was a member of the United Brethren Church, having given her life to Christ in early youth, being a faithful member always living a consistent Christian life. She was an affectionate wife, a loving mother, an obliging neighbor. Like Jesus she ‘went about doing good,’ was always happy when she was doing something to help others; was ever ready to lend a helping hand to those in sickness and sorrow. She loved to read God’s word daily. Her faith never wavered, even during her last illness. She was patient and cheerful, having a smile for each and every one. ¶ Her funeral services were held on Monday, May 28, 1917, in the United Brethren church at Sunny Hill, Rev. Walter L. Turney, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, Mason City, ILL, officiating, assisted by Rev. Earl Longenbaugh of Maysville, and P.F. Hawthorne of Colusa, ILL. One of the largest crowds ever gathered attended the services, testifying to the high esteem in which Mrs. Smith was held by the community, and numerous flower pieces spoke a quiet message of love as well as attesting to the sorrowing family and friends the beautiful lesson of immortality which God has placed amid their soft petals. ¶ The sermon was preached from a text selected by Mrs. Smith from Luke 8:52. ‘Weep not, she is not dead, but sleepeth.’ A quartet composed of Mrs. Joe Bush, Mrs. Irving Wheeler, Rev. F.L. Hanscom and Mr. Earl Grigsby furnished the music, and Miss Emma Hillerbranner sang ‘Looking This Way’ in response to one of Mrs. Smith’s requests. ¶ ‘Our dear Mother slumbers sweetly, In her Lonely narrow bed. Fleeting storms and howling tempest, Can not harm her peaceful head. Fond affections shed a tear, O’er the grave where Mother lied, Angels whisper look up yonder, Pointing upward to the skies. Many days has Mother waited, For the summons from on high, For she knew the time was coming, When she could lay her armor by. Many years ago in girlhood, Mother gave her heart to God, She was ever true and faithful, Till we laid her beneath the sod. Long, long years of toil and sorrow, Silvered o’er her head with gray, Still Jesus gave her life within, And nerved her for the fray. She did not shirk when death o’er-took her, For the love of God brighter shone, He bid all fears and doubts depart And led dear Mother safely home. Oh our hearts are sad and lonely, Her loving form we’ll see no more, But we know that she is happy, On that bright celestial shore. She has gone to meet the loved ones, Meet with them to part no more; Yes, and meet with our dear father Who left us several years before. Two loving ones from us were taken, And our hearts are sore distressed, And we know that we shall meet In that summer land of rest. Lo, the time will not be long, When we, too, shall reach that shore, There to meet those two departed, And all those loved one gone before.” || The Pike County Democrat, Pittsfield, IL, Wednesday, May 30, 1917.~


Polly Low, daughter of Asa and Mary Low, on 6-26-1793 was received into full communion by the First Church of Christ is Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 76 (1922), p.253.~


Prescott D. Low married Mariette Carpenter (B: 1-20-1835) on 6-1-1869. They had one daughter, Susie D. Low (B: 1-13-1872, who married Frank Hall on 1-1-1894) residence: Warren, RI || A Genealogical History of the Rehoboth Branch of the Carpenter Family in America, Amos Carpenter, Amherst, MA, Press of Carpenter & Morehouse, 1898, p. 560.~


Priscilla C. Low married 2-5-1839 Richard Cutts. Intention also recorded. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol III - Marriages, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 617.~


Priscilla Low, daughter of Job and Eunice Low, on 8-3-1777 was baptised at the First Church of Christ is Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 76 (1922), p.186.~


Rachel Low: “Mr. Storer and his wife, Rachel Low, were born in Ipswich, Mass, and married in 1776. They settled in Hopkinton, NH where nine children were born to them: Joseph, Isaac, Nancy, Aaron, Ruth, Daniel, Eliza, Lois, and John. || Maine Historical and Genealogical Recorder, Vol II, 1885, p. 40.~


Rachel Low, daughter of John Wilson and Lydia Low, was born 2-26-1756 in Warren, RI. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages, and Deaths, A Family Registry For The People, James N. Arnold, Providence, RI, Narragansett Historical Pub. Co, 1894, p. 76.~


Rachel Lowe (B: York, ME 12-2-1792; D: 4-3-1816; Daughter of Edward Lowe of York, ME) married 3-7-1811 Otis Winn (B: Wells, ME 6-8-1788). See Edward/Joseph Low connection. Rachel and Otis had children: Rachel Elisabeth Winn (B: York, ME 4-19-1812); and Otis Winn (B: York, ME 3-27-1814). Vital Records of York, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 113 (1959), p. 263. ~


Rachel Lowe married Smith Hills on 1-30-1744/45. Intention also recorded. || Vital Records of Newbury Massachusetts to the end of the Year 1849, Vol 2, Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, 1911, p. 300.~


Rachel Low of Barrinton, RI married 6-16-1720 Samuel Allen. This entry was recorded by Samuel Humphry, Town Clerk. Rachel was the widow of Samuel3 Low (Anthony2, John1) of Swansea, who died in 1718. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 149 (1995), p. 46&48.~


Ralph Low, NC, R6487 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


Rebecca Low, daughter of Stephen and Alice Low, was born in Warwick, RI 10-30-1733. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 188.~ Rebecca Low married James Warner in Warwick, RI on 1-6-1757. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 80.~


Rhoda Low, daughter of Jacob, was baptised 5-7-1769. (church record, Byfield Church) || Vital Records of Newbury Massachusetts to the end of the Year 1849, Vol 1, Births, Essex Institute, Salem, 1911, p. 289.~


Richard Low was married to a Margaret Brown (B: 6-13-1798). Harmony Grove Cemetery Record.. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 531.~


Richard Low(e), Rye 1663, one of the first settlers and, perhaps, a merchant of Salem 1672. || Genealogical Dictionary of New England. James Savage, Genealogical Pub. Co, 1965, Vol III, p. 125.


Richard Lowe, on 2-4-1825, aged 63 yrs - Funeral service (not nec. date of death) was held on this date by Rev. Nathan Parker of the Church of Portsmouth, NH || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.83 (1929), p.34-35.~


Richard Low married 6-16-1816 Margaret Brown. Intention also recorded. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol III - Marriages, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 617.~


Richard Low was born 6-27-1792, son of Daniel and Mary (Luscomb) Low. [Bible record in the possession of Miss Mary B. Chamberlain]. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 531.~


Richard Lowe, MA; Capt Sawyer’s Co; 1S || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 493. ¶ Richard Lowe. Private, Capt. Jonathan Sawyer’s (late Capt. Wentworth Stuart’s) Co., Col. Edmund Phiney’s regt.; muster roll dated Garrison Fort George, 12-8-1776; enlisted 12-1-1775; reported deserted 9-1-1776. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Wright & Potter Printing Co, 1902, Vol 9, p. 1037.


Richard Low. Rye, 1663. One of the first settlers, perhaps a merchant of Salem, 1672. || Genealogical Guide to the Early Settlers of America. Henry Whittemore, Louis H. Cornish Publisher, NY, p. 335.


Richard Holley12 (Barbara Joanne Lowe 11,Forrest10, Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) Weddings Holley-Perez. Immaculate Heart Chapel was the setting May 17 for the marriage of Maria Antonieta Perez and Richard Evan Holley Jr. ¶ Maid of honor was the bride's sister Ana Perez and best man was Steven E. Delaney. ¶ The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Perez of 1127 E. Helen St. Her husband is the son of Lt. Col. and Mrs. Richard E. Holley of Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. ¶ The bride is a graduate of Suffolk Hills High School and attended the University of Arizona. She is a personnel assistant in the UA's physical resources division. ¶ Her husband, a UA senior, is affiliated with Air Force ROTC. He is manager of Liberty Loan Corp. ¶ The newlyweds took a wedding trip to northern California. || Tucson Citizen. Undated clipping. 197?~


Robert Low, MA. R: Ipswich, MA; B: Ipswich, MA 1759; Capt. Low’s Co; R: Readfield 1832; Died: Livermore 1858; Buried: Livermore Falls; married Judith; 1(S29299); 1S; 3S; CL-1b; CL-2, 165:328; Index of Revolutionary Veterans Buried in Maine || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 493. ¶ Robert Low, Mass, S29299 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.~ Robert Low, Ipswich. Private, Capt. David Low’s Co of volunteers, 3rd Essex Co regt; enlisted 9-30-1777; marched 10-2-1777; discharged 11-7-1777; service 40 days, in a regiment commanded by Maj. Charles Smith, under Gen Gates in Northern Department, and in guarding Gen. Burgoyne’s army to Prospect Hill; company discharged at Cambridge; also, Capt. David Low’s (3rd) Co, Col. Jonathan Cogswell’s (3rd Essex Co) regt; return of train band and alarm list, dated 4-30-1778; said Low reported as belonging to train band; also, same co and regt; pay abstract for equipments, dated 8-21-1778. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1030.~


Robert Low married 8-2-1770 Mary Donnell, both of Biddeford, married by John Fairfield. || First Book of Records of the First Church in Pepperrellborough (Now Saco, Maine), York Institute, Saco, Maine, 1914.~


Robert Low. Private, Capt. John Lane’s Co, Col Foster’s regt; enlisted 1-11-1776; discharged 2-15-1776; service 1 month 4 days; company stationed at Cape Ann for defense of seacoast; also, Capt. Daniel Giddings’s Co, Col Joseph Foster’s regt; enlisted 2-15-1776; discharged 11-18-1776; service 9 months 2 days; company stationed at Gloucester for defense of seacoast. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1030.


Robert Low married Miss Betsy Farrington. Both of Boston. Service performed 7-10-1814 by Rev. Daniel Sharp, DD of the Charles Street Baptist Church. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 88 (1934), p. 275.~


Robert Low, MA; Capt Lane’s Co; 1S || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 493.


Robert Low is listed as an original member of an Antipedobatist church in Weare, NH. Articles of the Church were signed 1-26-1783 with the Rev. Samuel Fletcher chosen as pastor. [BL: Robert may be the dead husb. of widow, Hannah Low, of Weare, NH] || The History of Weare, New Hampshire, 1735-1888, William Little, Weare, NH, Lowell, Mass, S.W. Huse & Co, 1888, p. 278.


Robert Low. Seaman, brigantine “Hazard,” commanded by Capt. John Foster Williams; engaged 12-2-1778; discharged 3-2-1779; service 3 months. Roll dated Boston. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1030.


Robert Low(e), Boston, 1649, vintner. || Genealogical Dictionary of New England. James Savage, Genealogical Pub. Co, 1965, Vol III, p. 125.


Robert Lowe of North Yarmouth, MA intended marriage to Lida Curtis of Hanover, MA 12-23-1788. || Vital Records of Hanover, Plymouth Co, MA, Intentions of Marriage, p. 254.~


Robert Low. A vintner in 1649. Mass. || Genealogical Guide to the Early Settlers of America. Henry Whittemore, Louis H. Cornish Publisher, NY, p. 335.


Robert Low, aged 54 in 1686. Listed as an early settler of Essex and Old Norfolk. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 7 (1853), p. 83. ~


Rosannah Low married Charles Wells, in Warwick, RI on 3-22-1795. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 81.~


Rosetta Lowe, wife of John Bert Magleby, Sr. is mentioned as a member of the New England Historical and Genealogical Society. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 108 (1954), p. 135.~


Rufus Low, Captain. His widow, Sukey (Born in Boston, daughter of James Peckhord) died of consumption 1-2-1847, aged 82 yrs. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.~


Ruth Low baptised 11-16-1684 in Hingham, MA. Entry is part of The Hobart Journal. The Hobart Journal spans roughly the first century of the colonial history if Hingham, a settlement on Bear Cove, south of Boston in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. While the first entry records the arrival in Charlestown from England of the Rev. Peter Hobart with his wife and four children, 6-8-1635, there is only one other entry before 1637 which suggests that the latter marks the beginning of the Journal. David Hobart of Hingham continued the Journal after the death of his father (1-20-1679) for another third of a century. The Journal is now in the possession of the Mass. Historical Society. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 121 (1967), p. 215.~


Ruth Low, daughter of Joseph Joy, married John Curtis, 10-21-1719, in Hingham, MA. || Vital Records of Situate, Plymouth County, MA to the year 1850, Vol II - Marriages and Deaths, p. 197.~


Ruth Low. Is a signatory on a Hingham document responding to a Witchcraft complaint against Mahitabel Warran of Plymouth, dated 2-7-1708/9. The document states that the signators do not believe that the defendant is a witch, merely ill. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 5 (1851), p 263.


Ruth Low married 8-24-1800 William Boynton at the Second Baptist Church of Boston. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 125 (1971), p. 105.~


Sallie Low married Nathaniel Kimball (Abraham1)(Born: Coxhall, ME 1785) in Salem, MA on 10-25-1812. || History of the Kimball Family in America, From 1634 to 1897, and of its Ancestors The Kemballs or Kemboldes of England, Leonard Morrison, Damrell & Upham, Boston, 1897, p. 1130.~


Sally Low was born 1-23-1788, daughter of Daniel and Mary (Luscomb) Low. [Bible record in the possession of Miss Mary B. Chamberlain]. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 531.~


Sally Low, daughter of Daniel Jr and Annice Low, was born 9-5-1796. || Vital Records of Manchester Massachusetts to the End of Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1903, 87.~


Sally Holden Low, daughter of Capt. Samuel and Elizabeth Low, was born in Warwick, RI 11-14-1797. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 188.~


Sally Ann Low married Rufus Greene in Warwick, RI on 12-23-1841. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 81.~


Sally J. Low, daughter of Caleb and Betsey (Osborn) Low, was born 1-27-1833. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 1. Births, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 214.~


Sally Low married Adoniram Story on 6-6-1841. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 46.~


Sally Low married 3-30-1806 William Lefavor. Intention also recorded. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol III - Marriages, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 617.~


Sally Low died 3-25-1838, aged 9 yrs. church record. (BL: daughter of Joshua and Mary (Burnham) Low) || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.~


Sally Low (Miss) of Lyman, Maine married 3-10-1806 Ebenezer Goodguah of Wells. Intention of marriage was recorded 2-22-1806. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 95 (1941), p. 199.~


Sally Low intended marriage to John Roberts 4-11-1831. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 46.~


Sally Low married Nathaniel Ficlett 11-7-1802. Ipswich. Rev. Caleb Bradley of Westbrook’s private records. || Maine Historical and Genealogical Recorder, Vol IV, 1887, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, 1973, p. 145.~


Samuel Low, Adams. List of men raised for the 6 months service and returned by Brig. Gen. Paterson as having passed muster in a return dated Camp Totoway, 10-25-1780; also, pay roll for 6 months men raised by the town of Adams for service in the Continental Army during 1780; marched 6-30-1780; discharged 12-7-1780; service 5 months 14 days, including travel (140 miles) home. [BL: See Samuel Low, Jr of Adams] || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1030.~


Samuel Low int marr 11-8-1834 to Dorothy Fogerson of Shapleigh, ME || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol III - Marriages, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 617.~


Samuel Low, Captain, son of Anthony Low, married Elizabeth Holden (d. of Capt. Randall Holden) in Warwick, RI on 4-2-1797. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 81.~


Samuel Low. Corporal, in a company commanded by Lieut. Andrew Gilman; entered service 10-12-1776; discharged 10-13-1777; service, 12 months 1 day; company stationed at Penobscot river. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1031. Samuel Low, Corporal, MA; Lt. Gilman’s Co; 1S || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 493.


Samuel Low, Cape Ann. Capt. John Row’s Co, Col. Ebenezer Bridge’s (27th) regt; receipt for advance pay, signed by said Low and others, dated Cambridge, 6-28-1775; also, Private, same co and regt; muster roll dated 8-1-1775; enlisted 6-6-1775; service 2 months; also, company return (Prob. Oct 1775). || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1031.


Samuel Low, Jr. Private, Capt. David Low’s (3rd) Co, Col. Jonathan Cogswell’s (3rd Essex Co) regt; return of train band and alarm list, dated April 30, 1778; said Low reported as belonging to train band; also, same co. And regt.; pay abstract for equipments, dated 8-21-1778. [BL: See Samuel Low, Sergeant, Capt. David Low’s Co] || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1032.~


Samuel Low, Hingham. Private, Capt, James Lincoln’s (Independent) co; enlisted 2-9-1776; service, 3 months 3 days; company stationed at Hingham until 5-22-1776, for defense of seacoast. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1031.


Samuel Low (b:3-29-1701, d:1749), of Barrington and Warren, RI. (Suffolk Co. Deeds, vol. Lii, fol. 177.). Samuel was the son of Samuel Low, grandson of Anthony Low and Great-grandson of John Low. He was married, (1) first to Elizabeth Wilson (b. 10-31-1689, daughter of Dr. John Wilson and Sarah Newton) and (2) (int. Rec. Jan. 31, 1735-6), to Isabel Greene. With Elizabeth, Samuel had daughter Anne (who married Joseph Boswirth, Jr. of Rehoboth on 12-10-1743 and had two sons: John Wilson Bosworth and Hooker Bosworth (Suffolk County deeds, vol. Cvii, fol. 35)). With Isabel Greene, Samuel Low had a son: Samuel. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 61 (1907), p. 129.~


Samuel Low of Salem, MA intended marriage 4-27-1836 to Miss Lydia Rhodes of Waterborough. || Vital Records of Waterborough, Maine, New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 90 (1936), p. 335.~ Samuel Low of Salem, MA married 5-31-1836 Lydia Rhodes of Waterborough. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 91 (1937), p. 25.~ Samuel Low, Mass, Art. War of 1812 Lydia, W16334; BLWt15475-160-12 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.~ Samuel Low int. marriage 5-1-1836 to Lydia Rhodes of Waterborough, ME. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol III - Marriages, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 618.~


Samuel Low, Mass, Abigail, W24594 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.~


Samuel Low, Barre. Private, Capt. Benjamin Nye’s Co, Col. Nathan Sparhawk’s regt; enlisted 8-21-1777; discharged 8-25-1777; service 10 days, including travel (96 miles) home; company marched 8-21-1777, to reinforce army under Gen. Stark at Bennington. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1031.


Samuel Low, MA. Capt Lane’s Co at Truckhouse on Penobscot; 2S, acts 19:544 || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 493.


Samuel Low is mentioned in the Will (proved 12-14-1695, witnessed 5-20-1695) of Richard Curtis of Philadelphia. Richard Curtis left Samuel Low a yearling heifer. Samuel Low is also mentioned in the Will (dated 4-22-1698, proved 12-14-1695) of John Curtis of County Kent. John Curtis states in his Will of Samuel “whom I have brought up of a child.” Samuel received from John Curtis one shallop about 22 foot by the keel with the sails and riggings. John Curtis had at least one child: Caleb Curtis. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 106 (1952), p. 43-44.~


Samuel Low of Shapleigh recorded intension of marriage 12-5-1807 to Betsey Smith of Waterborough. They married on 12-24-1807. || Vital Records of Waterborough, Maine, New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 90 (1936), pgs. 251, 230.~


Samuel Lowe.. Fife Major, Capt. Noah Allen’s Co., Col. Joseph Vose’s (1st) regt.; muster roll for July, 1781, dated Camp near Dobb’s Ferry; appointed 3-24-1781; enlistment, 3 years; also, muster roll for Aug. And Sept. 1781, dated Camp Peekskill; also, muster roll for Oct. and Nov., 1781, Jan-March, 1782, dated Quarters York Hutts. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Wright & Potter Printing Co, 1902, Vol 9, p. 1037~ Samuel Low (also given as Samuel, JR), Adams. Receipt dated Adams, 4-18-1781, for bounty paid said Low by Joseph Bennet and Samuel Low, on behalf of Class No. 1 of the town of Adams, to serve in the Continental Army for the term of 3 years; also, descriptive list dated Lenox, 8-20-1781, of men raised in Berkshire Co, agreeable to resolve of 12-2-1780 and delivered to William Walker, Superintendent for said county; Capt. Low's co, Col. Simonds's regt; age, 19 years; stature, 5 ft 6 in; complexion, dark; hair, black; occupation, laborer; residence, Adams; enlisted for town of Adams; enlistment, 3 years; reported receipted for by Capt. Smith; also, Fifer, Capt. Timothy Remick's Co, Col. Joseph Vose's (1st) regt; muster roll for May 1781; enlisted 3-23-1781; also, muster rolls for June and July 1781, dated Camp Phillipsborough; reported promoted to Fife major 7-1-1781. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1030.~.


Samuel Low of Barrington, RI and Isabel Green of Warwick; int. marr 1-31-1735/36 in Barrington, RI. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages, and Deaths, A Family Registry For The People, James N. Arnold, Providence, RI, Narragansett Historical Pub. Co, 1894, p. 13.~


Samuel Low, Penobscot. List of men raised to serve in the Continental Army from or in behalf of South Co in Leicester, as returned by Lieut. Ebenezer Upham and Lieut. William Watson, and endorsed “Capt Green;” residence, Penobscot; engaged for town of Leicester; joined Capt. Allen’s Co, Col. Crane’s regt; term to expire 1-1-1781; also, list of men mustered by Nathaniel Barber, Muster Master for Suffolk Co, dated Boston, 1-4-1778; Col. Crane’s regt; also, Corporal, Capt Vose’s Co, Col Crane’s regt; Continental Army pay accounts for service from 1-1-1780 to 8-1-1780; reported as serving 7 months as Bombardier; also reported deserted 8-1-1780; also, descriptive return made by order of Gen. Heath, dated 1-10-1781; Capt. Thomas Vose’s co, 3rd Artillery regt; rank, Bombardier; age 33 yrs; stature 5 ft 7 inches; complexion, light; enlisted 7-1-1778, by Lieut Donnalls; enlistment, during war; reported promoted to Corporal 8-1-1780. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1031.~ Samuel Low, Corporal, MA. R: Penobscot; E: Leicester, MA; Born: 1748; 1S || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 493.~


Samuel Lowe. Celum (Salem). Capt. Thomas Willington’s Co., Col. Edward Wigglesworth’s regt.; return (year not given); mustered by ______ Barbers; residence, Celum; engaged for town of Celum; reported deserted; also, descriptive list of deserters from 13th Mass. Regt. Commanded by Lieut. Col. Calvin Smith, endorsed “July 13th, 1780;” Capt. Ebenezer Smith’s Co.; rank, Private; age, 35 yrs.; stature, 5ft. 10 in.; complexion, light; hair, brown; occupation, seaman; reported deserted Feb. 1777. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Wright & Potter Printing Co, 1902, Vol 9, p. 1037.


Samuel Low. Captain, Col. Benjamin Simonds’s (Berkshire Co) regt; entered service 6-30-1777; discharged 8-14-1777; service, 46 days at “St. Coyx” (Croix); also, same regt; engaged 8-14-1777; discharged 8-19-1777; service, 6 days, at Bennington; also, same regt; engaged 9-5-1777; discharged 10-1-1777; service 27 days, at Pawlet; also, Captain, 10th Co, Col. Simonds’s regt of Mass militia; list of officers; commissioned 5-3-1778; also, Captain, Col. Benjamin Symonds’s (Berkshire Co) regt; entered service 10-13-1780; discharged 10-21-1780; service 9 days, by order of Gen. Fellows on an alarm at the Northward; also, same regt; entered service 10-27-1780; discharged 10-28-1780; service, 2 days, by order of Gen Fellows on an alarm at the Northward. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1032.~ Samuel Lowe. Captain, 10th Co., 2nd Berkshire Co. regt. of Mass. Militia; list of officers (year not given); also, Captain, 10th Co., 7th Essex Co. regt. Of Mass. Militia; list of officers (year not given). || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Wright & Potter Printing Co, 1902, Vol 9, p. 1037.~


Samuel K. Lowe, son of Ephraim and Hannah Lowe of Sanford, ME. Died: January 18, 1878. See “IVORY LOWE” notes. || Biographical Review Vol. XXIX, Containing Life Sketches of Leading Citizens of Somerset, Piscataquis, Hancock, Washington, and Aroostook Counties, Maine. Biographical Review Publishing Co, Boston. 1898. Pgs 522-523.~


Samuel Low, son of Job and Sarah Low was baptised 8-5-1743 at 1st Church of Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.75 (1921), p.111.~


Samuel Low was born 1-15-1826, son of Richard and Margeret (Brown) Low. [Bible record in the possession of Miss Mary B. Chamberlain][Harmony Grove Cemetery]. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 531.~


Samuel Low was born 10-6-1781, son of Daniel and Mary (Luscomb) Low. [Bible record in the possession of Miss Mary B. Chamberlain]. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 531.~ Samuel Low died 11-5-1805, aged 24 years, son of Daniel and Mary Low [Broad Street Cemetery] || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol V - Deaths, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 408.~


Samuel Low. Sergeant, Capt David Low’s (3rd) co, Col. Jonathan Cogswell’s regt; return of train band and alarm list, dated 4-30-1778; said Low reported as belonging to alarm list. [BL: See Samuel Low, Jr - Private-Capt. David Low’s Co] || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1031.~


Samuel Low (1758-1839) enlisted at 17 in Captain Benjamin Myer’s Company, Stark’s Brigade. He received a pension for 6 months actual service. He was born in Barre, Mass, died in Shrewsbury, VT (also #15320) NH. || Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Book, National Society of the DAR, Washington, DC, Vol. 53, p. 378.~


Samuel Low. Corporal, Capt John Dodge’s detachment of militia, Col. Gerrish’s regt; muster roll for Feb 1778, dated Winter Hill; service guarding Lieut. Gen. Burgoyne’s army; also, Capt. John Dodge’s Co, Col. Jacob Gerrish’s regt. of guards; enlisted 11-12-1777; service to 4-3-1778, 4 months 22 days, at Charlestown and Cambridge; also, 4th Sergeant; company receipt for wages, given to Capt. John Dodge, dated Camp at Winter Hill, 6-21-1778; said Low allowed wages for 22 days in April and the month of May, 1778; also, Capt. John Dodge’s co, Col. Jacob Gerrish’s regt. of guards; service from 4-1-1778 to July -,1778, 2 months 26 days. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1031.


Samuel Low, son of Samuel Low(of Barrinton and Warren, RI b:3-29-1701, d:1749, son of Samuel Low, grandson of Anthony Low and Great-grandson of John Low) and Isabel Greene. No death or birth date available this entry. See Elizabeth Wilson Low and Samuel Low entries || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 61 (1907), p. 129.~


Samuel Low married Almy Stafford in Coventry, RI on 11-13-1760, by Elder Peter Werden. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Coventry, 1892, p. 34.~


Samuel Low (-1718) married Anne ____ (1st wife?). First child born 1701. Swansea/Barrington. || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, Clarence Almon Torrey, 1985, p. 476-477.~


Samuel Low. Private, Capt. Theophilus Wilder’s Co, Col. Dike’s regt; muster roll for Dec 1776 - Feb 1777; credited to town of Hingham; enlisted 12-1-1776; regiment raised to serve until March 1, 1777. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1031.


Samuel Low was baptised 5-7-1682 in Hingham, MA. Entry is part of The Hobart Journal. The Hobart Journal spans roughly the first century of the colonial history if Hingham, a settlement on Bear Cove, south of Boston in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. While the first entry records the arrival in Charlestown from England of the Rev. Peter Hobart with his wife and four children, 6-8-1635, there is only one other entry before 1637 which suggests that the latter marks the beginning of the Journal. David Hobart of Hingham continued the Journal after the death of his father (1-20-1679) for another third of a century. The Journal is now in the possession of the Mass. Historical Society. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 121 (1967), p. 216.~


Samuel Low, Hingham. Private, Capt. Stephen Penniman’s Co, Col. Francis’s regt; pay abstract for travel allowance from camp home, etc., sworn to in Suffolk Co, 11-29-1776; said Low credited with allowance for 1 day (20 miles); company drafted from Hingham, Braintree, Dorchester, Stoughtonham, Milton and Stoughton. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1031.


Samuel Low, Jr. Private, Capt. Pyam Cushing’s Co, Col. Lovel’s regt; service between March 11 and March 29, 1776, 1 day; company assembled to guard the shore. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1032.


Samuel Low. Ca. 1692. Son of Anthony Low of Bristol County. See Anthony Low notes. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Bristol County Probate Records, Vol. 62 (1908), p. 181-182.~


Samuel Low, son of John Low, was baptized 10-4-1801 at the West Church of Boston. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 92, (1938), p. 127~


Samuel Low married 7-21-1805 Miss Mercy Norcross at the Second Baptist Church of Boston, MA || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 125 (1971), p. 215.~


Samuel Low. Private, Capt. William Pearson’s (3rd) co; service from 9-1-1776, to 11-18-1776, 2 mos 18 days; company stationed at Gloucester for defense of seacoast. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1031.


Samuel Low Jr, 1 males 16+, 0 males-16,1 females, Hingham, Suffolk Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 202.


Samuel Low, 1 males 16+, 0 males-16, 1 females, Hingham, Suffolk Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 202.


Samuel Low, 4 males 16+, 1 males-16, 4 females, Brookline, Suffolk Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 197.


Samuel Lowe. Matross, Capt. Benjamin Eustis’s Co., Col. John Crane’s (Artillery) regt.; Continental Army pay accounts for service from 10-1-1777, to 12-31-1779; credited to town of Leicester; reported as serving 15 months as Matross, 12 mos. As Bombardier; also, Gunner, same Co. And regt.; return of men who were in camp on or before 8-1-1777, and who had not been absent subsequently except on furlough, etc.; enlisted 10-1-1777; also, Col. Crane’s regt.; return of recruits for knapsacks and blankets, dated Boston, 2-2-1778; term, during war; reported under marching orders. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Wright & Potter Printing Co, 1902, Vol 9, p. 1037.


Samuel Low, son of Jeremiah and Sarah, was born 3-7-1773. || Early Vital Records of Plymouth County, MA, Vital Records of Marshfield, Plymouth County, MA., p.118.~


Samuel Low , 1 males 16+, 1 males-16, 4 females, Barre, Worcester Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 213.


Samuel Lowe, 3 males 16+, 0 males-16, 2 females, Ipswich, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 76.


Samuel Lowe, 3 males 16+, 0 males-16, 2 females, Ipswich, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 76.


Sarah Lowe (daughter of John and Joanna (Partridge) Lowe of Portsmouth) married 3-2-1720/21, by Rev. Nathaniel Rogers, Samuel Tibbetts of Scarborough & Georgetown, Maine. Samuel Tibbetts was born at Doverneck 10-8-1693 and died at Georgetown. Their children were: 1) Samuel (B: 12-4-1721; D: at 3 months); 2) Mary (B: 2-11-1723); 3) Samuel (B: 3-9-1724/5); 4) Sarah (B: 5-29-1727; D: about 1777); 5) Judith (B: 1731/32); 6) Abigail (Baptized 1-25-1742); 7) Andrew (Baptized 1-25-1742); 8) Joanna; 9) Elizabeth; 10) John (Bapt. 12-1-1745); 11) Benjamin (Bapt. 8-21-1748) || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 98 (1944), p. 219.~


Sarah Low, Daughter of Jonathan, was baptised 1-17-1741/2 at the South Church of Portsmouth, NH (Rev. John Emerson - Minister) || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.81 (1927), p.446.~


Sarah Low Frost (Born: 7-18-1789) Died 7-13-1875. Was the daughter of John and Lucy Low of Danvers. She was married 11-28-1818 to Bancroft Winchester (b:10-14-1788, Salem and died 10-24-1832 in Ellicott’s Mills, MD) || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.79.~


Sarah Elizabeth Low was born 8-16-1822, daughter of Seth and Mary (Porter) Low. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 531.~


Sarah Low and Samuel Jackson, on 12-9-1760 were married at the South Church of Portsmouth, NH by Rev. Samuel Haven || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.82 (1928), p.47.~


Sarah Ann Low of Shapleigh intended marriage 3-15-1823 to Thomas Ricker of Waterborough, Maine. || Vital Records of Waterborough, Maine, New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 90 (1936), p. 326.~


Sarah Low and Joseph Dennet, both of Portsmouth, were married 11-6-1734. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.25 (1871), p.121.~


Sarah Lowe (ca 1637-1708+, 1712+) married ca 1661 John Stafford (1636?, 1633-). Birth of first child: 1664. Ipswich. || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, Clarence Almon Torrey, 1985, p. 646.~


Sarah Low, daughter of Hooper and Elizabeth Low, was born 9-3-1754 in Warren, RI. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages, and Deaths, A Family Registry For The People, James N. Arnold, Providence, RI, Narragansett Historical Pub. Co, 1894, p. 76.~


Sarah Low was born 2-1-1701(2?), daughter of John Low and Joanah Partridge, of Portsmith. || Chapter: Early records of N.H. Families, New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 7 (1853), p123.~


Sarah F. Lowe married James B. Burgess in Providence, RI 3-5-1840. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 2. - Providence, 1892, p. 114.~


Sarah Low (B: Gloucester, 9-20-1721; daughter of Symonds4 (Thomas3-2-1) and Sarah (Davis) Low) married in Gloucester 11-27-1739 to Charles4 Stockbridge (son of Samuel3, John2-1)(Bapt. Georgetown, ME 12-15-1717). Sarah Low later married in Gloucester on 7-6-1749 Johnathan3 Hodgkins (B: Gloucester, 7-1-1706, son of Samuel2, (William1) and Hannah (Gee) Hodgkins.) Johnathan and Sarah had 5 children. Charles and Sarah had a daughter, Sarah. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 135 (1981), p.123.~


Sarah Low, daughter of William and Abigail Low, was baptised 12-31-1738 at 1st Church of Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.75 (1921), p.118.~


Sarah Lowe (Daughter of Thomas Lowe) was married to John Safford (Son of Thomas Safford). Recorded in the county records of Salem, Mass. Sarah’s father, Thomas Lowe, was the pioneer of Chebaco, now Essex, but then part of Ipswich, MA. Thomas Lowe’s ancestor was probably Walter Lowe, Shorwell, Isle of Wight, County of South. Sarah and John were probably living during the 1600's or early 1700's || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Abstracts of English Wills, Vol. 52 (1898), p. 67.~


Sarah Low (Miss) married Mr. Thomas M. Benden; both of Amherst, on 2-22-1821. Cost: 3 dollars. Married by Rev. Jeremiah Barnard of Amherst || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.61 (1807), p.382.~


Sarah Sweetser Low, daughter of Joseph and Sarah Low, was born 3-23-1797. City Document #43. || Boston Births, Baptisms, Marriages, and Deaths, 1700-1800, William S. Appleton, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1978, p. 345.~


Sarah Low, of South Berwick, ME, married I. Douglas. They had a daughter, Pamelia, who died as a child on 11-11-1798. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register.~


Sarah A. Lowe, Mrs.of Exeter, NH. Funeral for her was conducted by Rev. Alfred Gooding at South Church of Portsmouth on 9-12-1896. She was 95. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 84 (1930), p. 29.


Sarah Low. Was married to Nathaniel Josselyn. They had child Ambrose Low Josselyn on 3-13-1752 || Vital Records of Hanover, Plymouth Co, MA, Original Records of Hanover, MA, Births, p. 22.~ Sarah Low of Hingham, married Nathiel Joycelin of Hanover on 6-13-1751. || Vital Records of Hanover, Plymouth County, MA, marriages, P. 118.~


Sarah Low, daughter of Mr. Low, was baptized 3-27-1763 at the West Church of Boston. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 92 (1938), p. 14.~


Sarah J. Low, daughter of Caleb and Betsey (Osborn) died 1-4-1832, aged 3 weeks. First Unitarian Church Records, Peabody. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 2. Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 404.~ Sarah J. Low, daughter of Caleb and Betsey (Osborn) Low, was born 12-15-1831. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 1. Births, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 214.~


Sarah Low and Samuel Lapham intended marr 5-9-1741. || Vital Records of Situate, Plymouth County, MA to the year 1850, Vol II - Marriages and Deaths, p. 197.~


Sarah Low. John Safford was born in England about 1631 and brought as a boy to Ipswich, MA by his parents. He married Sarah Low, daughter of Thomas Low of Ipswich (who named her and her daughter, Sarah Safford, in his will in 1677) presumably in 1661 when he bought a house and 3 acres in Ipswich. || Mass & Maine Families. In the Ancestry of Walter Goodwin Davis., New England Historic Genealogical Society, Vol I, 1966. P. 243.~


Sarah Low intended marriage Nehemiah S. Burnham on 10-20-1827. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 46.~


Sarah Low (widow) is listed in the Rhode Island census of 1782 in Warwick, RI. 1 female under 16; 1 male 22-50; 1 female 22-50; 1 female over 50; Total: 4 persons.


Sarah Low (-1692) and John Grover, on 6-23-1687, in Ipswich/Beverly, were married. || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, 1985, Clarence Almon Torrey, page 329.~


Sarah Low and Ephraim Bayley were married 12-6-1781. Intention also recorded. || Vital Records of Newbury Massachusetts to the end of the Year 1849, Vol 2, Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, 1911, p. 299.~


Sarah Low married Benjamin Spencer in Warwick, RI 1-20-1757. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 80.~


Sebastian Bauman Lowe. Born: Elizabeth, NJ, son of Bauman Lowe and Florence Heloise (Prevost) Lowe. Sebastian married Helen Mae Cronkhite Watts, 6-30-1949 at Plainfield, NJ. || The Hereditary Register of the U.S.A., John Richardson Rountree, 1973, p. 720.~



Seth Low of Plymouth married Sarah (B: 1731). Sarah’s parents were Sarah Tupper (B: 8-6-1707) who married 8-8-1728 Joshua Blackwell of Sandwich (B: 1-11-1705, son of Joshua and Sarah (Ellis) Blackwell). || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 99 (1945), p. 61.~


Seth Low (Jan.18, 1850 - Sept. 17, 1916), merchant, college president, youngest child of Abiel Abbot Low by his first wife, Ellen Almira (Dow) Low, was named after his paternal grandfather, who had left Massachusetts, where the Lows had dwelt from the seventeenth century, and moved to Brooklyn in 1829, setting himself up as a merchant. In his youth Low enjoyed the advantages of extensive travel, was educated in a private school, and completed his secondary studies at the Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute. He entered Columbia College with the class of 1870, earning the encomium of President Barnard, as "the first scholar in college and the most manly young fellow we have had here in many a year" (B. R. C. Low, Seth Low, p. 41). Reared in a home on Brooklyn Heights overlooking the New York harbor, he early acquired an enthusiasm for maritime trade evoked by the sight of his father's famous clipper ships. At the end of his senior year at Columbia, yielding to his father's wishes, he terminated a year's study of law and entered the establishment of A. A. Low & Brothers. He was employed in his father's warehouse from 1870 to 1875 and became a member of the firm a year later, supervising importations of raw silk from China, Japan, and France. On the retirement of the senior members four years later he succeeded with other junior partners to the business which was finally liquidated in 1887. On Dec. 9, 1880, he married Anne Wroe Scollay Curtis of Boston, the daughter of Justice Benjamin R. Curtis of the United States Supreme Court. ¶ Low's efforts in behalf of civic reform were first enlisted in charitable work. In 1878 he organized and became the first president of the Bureau of Charities of Brooklyn. He first attained political prominence as president of a Republican Campaign Club organized in Brooklyn in 1880 to promote the election of Garfield and Arthur. The club, reorganized under the title of "The Young Republican Club," addressed itself to municipal reform and advocated the complete separation of local and national politics. The mayoralty contest of 1881, the first under Brooklyn's new charter, was warmly contested. The Republican party was divided in allegiance between two contestants, Gen. Benjamin F. Tracy and Ripley Ropes. The former, in the interest of party unity, suggested that both candidates withdraw in favor of Low, who was then nominated and elected mayor of Brooklyn by a fair majority. He was renominated in the autumn of 1883 and reelected by a close margin of votes in a hotly contested campaign against the Democratic nominee, Joseph C. Hendrix. A feature of his administration was the introduction of the merit system in the municipal service of Brooklyn, a reduction of the city debt, and a complete reform of the public-school system (Fourth Annual Message of Hon. Seth Low, Mayor of Brooklyn, 1885; World, New York, Sept 2, 1897). Low, ever a stanch friend of civil service, stood for the separation of local and national politics and refused to use the patronage of the city for any party in the presidential campaign or in any other election. In refusing to support the candidacy of James G. Blaine in 1884, he maintained: "I am not a Republican mayor, as vou say I am. I am Mayor of the whole people of Brooklyn" (Seth Low, p. 53). Casting his vote for Cleveland, Low never again received the whole-hearted support of the Republican organization. ¶ In 1889, shortly after his retirement from active business, Low received a call to the presidency of Columbia College. He was not quite forty years of age when he accepted the office. His selection was symbolic of a new day, when the university administrator would not be a clergy man nor a professional scholar, but a broad-visioned executive. It was in the latter capacity that he was to render notable service to Columbia. At the beginning of his administration, which covered the years 1890-1901, he centralized graduate organization and established the University Council. Graduate and professional instruction was reorganized and widened considerably in scope. Teachers' College, Barnard, and the College of Physicians and Surgeons, among other institutions, were brought into association with the university. The most forward-looking step taken through his initiative was the purchase of the new site on Morningside Heights in 1892. Low made himself responsible for a library building on the new site which he contributed as a memorial to his father. In addition he established a number of trust funds for the encouragement of study and research (A History of Columbia University, 1754 - 1904, 1904, pp. 154 -71). ¶ Low's activities as president of Columbia did ir not preclude his participation in public affairs during this decade. He served on the board of the Rapid Transit Commission and assisted in it drafting the charter for Greater New York. He a was frequently selected to act as arbiter in labor disputes and aided generously in relief work, especially during the cholera epidemic of 1893. In 1899 he went as a delegate to the first Hague Conference. In 1897 he was nominated by the Citizens' Union for the first mayor of Greater New York. As in his vigorous Brooklyn campaigns, his keynote was the complete separation of municipal and national politics (Seth Louis Great Speech at Cooper Union, Oct. 6, 1897, 1897, pp. 3, 8). The failure of the Republican party to support him, coupled with the death of Henry George toward the end of the campaign, brought about his defeat by Robert Van Wyck of Tammany Hall. Low ran second, 50,000 votes ahead of Benjamin F. Tracy, Republican. In 1901, however, he was elected to the mayoralty of New York by a large majority on a reaction of public sentiment against the Tammany regime. His administration was distinguished as a brief era of civic reform. Patronage was checked and the civil service was developed. Through his efforts the first subway to Brooklyn and the Pennsylvania tunnel to Long Island were planned and the electrification of the New York Central within the city limits was effected. Notwithstanding this excellent record, he failed of reelection in 1903. ¶ From leadership in civic affairs Low turned to the farmer's cooperative movement, laying out a home and farm at Bedford Hills in Westchester County, N. Y., and organizing the Bedford Farmers' Cooperative Association. He firmly believed that the two major problems which America must solve were the negro and labor. In 1905 he became a member of the board of trustees of the Tuskegee Institute and two years later was elected chairman of the board, a position which he held until his death. During this period he actively cooperated with Booker T. Washington. In the last decade of his life, he devoted much of his time to securing more harmonious relations between capital and labor. In 1907 he became president of the National Civic Federation, and in the autumn of 1914 he was appointed by President Wilson a member of the Colorado Coal Commission for the investigation of labor difficulties in that state. In 1914, after a long membership in the New York Chamber of Commerce, he was elected president of that body. His service to the organization was as notable as that of his father as its president during the Civil War. His administration is associated with the organization of a committee on problems of shipments, the organization at Washington of the Bureau of War Risk Insurance, and with the movement for the rehabilitation of American shipping. His last important public service was rendered as chairman of the committee on cities of the New York constitutional convention of 1915, a position to which he was justly entitled. He had gained international recognition as an advocate of municipal self government and executive responsibility, ideas which he elaborated upon at Lord Bryce's invitation in a chapter which he wrote for the first edition of The American Commonwealth, and in his Addresses and Papers on Municipal Government (1891). ¶ In later years Low was portly in physical appearance; in manner, kindly and benevolent, but in public somewhat shy and reserved. He possessed a talent for merging himself in a cause and an unfailing acumen in the selection of experts. He was universally respected as the pattern of the scholar in politics. In religion he was an active Episcopalian. His death occurred at his home in Bedford Hills after a lingering illness. ¶ [Benjamin R. C. Low, Seth Low (1925); Columbia Alumni News, Oct. 20, 1916; Board of Estimate and Apportionment and Board of Aldermen: Joint Session in Memory of Honorable Seth Low. Sept. 25, 1916 (1916); A. L. Moffat, "Low Geneal.: The Descendants of Seth Low and Mary Porter" (1932), a copy of which is in the Lib. of Cong.; and the New York press of Sept. 18, 1916.] || Dictionary of American Biography, Vol VI, Larned-Millington, Charles Scribner’s Sons, NY 1933, p. 449-450.~


Seth Low was President of Columbia College, NY, in 1871. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 44, p.289.~


Seth Low, Esq. of Brooklyn, NY, an eminent merchant, died 6-19, aged 71 yrs, 10 months. Born 3-19-1782 in Gloucester, Mass || New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol. 8, p 99.~


Seth Haskell Low was born 10-30-1812, son of Seth and Mary (Porter) Low.. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 531.~


Seth Low, son of David and Hannah (Haskell) Low. Grandson of David Low and Abigail Choate. Great grandson of David Low and Susanna Low. Of Gloucester, MA. Joined the Salem Light Infantry 1805, moved to Brooklyn, Long Island, 1829. Born 3-29-1782; educated at Harvard, 1804; married 5-23-1807 to Mary Porter (daughter of Thomas Porter) and had issue, eight sons and four daughters, one of which was Abiel Abbott Low of Brooklyn, NY. and William Henry Low. Seth Low died 6-19-1853. || Burke’s American Families With British Ancestry, Genealogical Pub Co, Baltimore, 1983, p. 2796.~ Seth Low married 5-23-1807 Mary Porter3 (B: in Topsfield) (daughter of Thomas2, (son of Elijah Porter1), and Ruth Allen (daughter of Edward of Berwick upon Tweed in the north of England). Intention also recorded || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol III - Marriages, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 618.~ Seth Low - There is a bell with an inscription at the St. Peter’s Church in Salem, MA that reads: Presented by A.A. Low, of Brooklyn, NY. In memory of his father, Seth Low, formerly of Salem , MA. Born in West Parish of Gloucester, MA 3-29-1782. Died in Brooklyn, NY 6-19-1853. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.39 (1885), p.385.~ Seth Low3 was born at Gloucester, MA 3-29-1782, (son of David2 (David1 of Chebacco) and Hannah Haskell (daughter of Deacon Nathaniel Haskell). || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 531.~


Shepard Low, son of Francis, Jr. and Annie J. Low, died 3-30-1879, aged 11 years, 7 months, 12 days. G.R.8. || Provided by Eric Bittner. Unknown source. Page heading “Clinton Deaths”, page 337.~


Shepard Low, son of Francis and Mary Jane (Flood), was born 10-2-1832. || Unknown source. From a book, page heading “Clinton Marriages”. Provided by Erik Bittner, p. 82~ Shepard Low, son of Francis and Mary J. Low, died 10-27-1859 in California., G.R.8. || Provided by Eric Bittner. Unknown source. Page heading “Clinton Deaths”, page 337.~ Shepherd Low of Clinton, ME married Miss Mary F. Pearson, of Fairfield, ME. Intention: 5-29-1857. || Provided by Eric Bittner. Unknown source. Page heading “Clinton Marriages”, page 232.~


Simon Low, Manchester. Private, Capt. Andrew Marster’s Co, which marched on the alarm of 4-19-1775, to Medford; service, 3 days; also, Capt. Benjamin Kimball’s co, Col. Mansfield’s regt; receipt for advance pay, signed by siad Low and others, dated Cambridge, 7-1-1775; also, Private, same co and regt; muster roll dated 8-1-1775; enlisted May 10-1775; service, 2 mos 27 days; also, Capt. Benjamin Kimball’s co, Col. Mansfield’s (19th) regt commanded by Lieut Col Israel Hutchinson; company return dated Winter Hill 10-6-1775; also, order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money dated Winter Hill, 12-30-1775; also, Matross, Capt Thomas Melvill’s (2nd) co, Col Crafts’s (Artillery) regt; abstract for advance wages, etc; Capt. Melvill’s receipt for amount of abstract, dated Boston, 6-20-1776; also, same co and regt; enlisted 5-30-1776/ service to 5-8-1777, 11 mos 14 days; also, list of men mustered by Nathaniel Barber, Muster Master for Suffolk Co, dated Boston, 6-22-1777; Col Crane’s regt; also, Matross, Capt. William Treadwells’s co, Col. John Crane’s (artillery) regt; Continental Army pay accounts for service from May 28, 1777, to May 28, 1780; residence, Manchester; credited to town of Manchester; term, 3 years. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1032.


Simon Low, Cont., NH, S11000 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


Simon Lowe married on 1-9-1799 Mary Whittemore (B:3-12-1757). Mary’s siblings were: Daniel (B:1742); Joseph (B:1744); Clark (B:1746, died young); John (B:1748); Samuel (B: 1750); Eleanor (B:1752); Jonathan (B:1753); Aaron (B:1755); Clark (B: 1758); Daniel (B: 1761); and Hannah (B:1764). Mary’s parents were: Daniel Whittemore (B: Salem, MA 1-18-1717; D: Lyndeborough, NH 3-7-1776) and mother, Eleanor Osborn (B: Salem, MA 10-21-1719). Mary’s parents were married in Salem, MA 9-10-1741. See Henry Somes Low for Whittemore connection. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 107 (1953), p.185-186.~


Solomon Lowe6 (Nathan Low5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). The General Solomon Lowe mansion was built about 1740 by John Hale, who was born in Boxford in 1717, being a son of Joseph and Mary (Watson) Hale. His wife, Sarah Lord of Ipswich, was the sister of Lucy Lord, wife of Nathan Lowe, who, in 1767, came from Ipswich. Mrs. Hale may have resided with the Lowes from 1766 on , John Hale having left the Colony for the British Provinces to escape some corporal punishment. ¶ Mr. Lowe has nine sons, all but the oldest having been born here (Boxford). The eighth son was Solomon, who was famous as a military general. He was born April 9, 1782, and held the office of General from 1820 to 1840. He was a member of the General County in 1823, 1827, 1828 and 1841. He resided upon this place until about 1857, when he removed to West Newbury, where he died April 3, 1861, lacking six days of being eighty years old. The remains of General Lowe repose in his tomb in Harmony Cemetery. Upon the face of the tomb are illustrations of himself and his four wives engraved on marble tablets. The tomb has attracted many visitors. His spirited military funeral will long be remembered by those who were present. ¶ The General’s son, Major William Lowe, was born here and from 1857 lived upon the place. He died in 1870, from injuries caused by a bull which attacked him in his cowyard. His family continued to reside upon the homestead until the buildings were completely destroyed by fire early on the morning of June 21, 1874. The cellar remains uncovered. ¶ The sawmill was built about 1770, as it was called a new mill in 1772. || Unknown. A history of Boxford, MA. From a chapter headed “The Dwellings of Boxford”, pp 47- 48.~


Simon Davis Low. Ca. 1692 . Son of Anthony Low of Bristol County, Maine. See notes on Anthony Low. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Bristol County Probate Records, Vol. 62 (1908), p. 181-182.~


Sophia V. Low of York, ME intended marriage 3-30-1874 to Renough J. Vinal of Boston, MA. Certificate issued 4-6-1874 by Charles O. Clark, Town Clerk. Vital Records of York, ME. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 122 (1968), p. 71.~


Stephen Low, son of Anthony Low, married Cloe Gorton (d. of Samuel) in Warwick, RI on 2-18-1725/26 by John Wickes. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. - Warwick, 1892, p. 80.~


Stephen Low, Lieut.(Although his genealogy is not pointed out in the following, this is certainly Stephen, son of David Low and Mary Lamb and great-grandson of Thomas Low, Sr of Ipswich - BL.) Is mentioned in the diary of Rev. John Cleaveland, Pastor of one of the churces in Chebacco (Ipswich), who was commissioned as Chaplain in Col. Jonathan Bagley’s regiment on March 13th, 1758. His journal of the summer campaign, narrates many details of the march, camp life and the disastrous battles. Religious services were a conspicuous feature of the daily routine. While Lieut Low is barely mentioned, I include the Rev’s text out of interest. “June 15, 1758: About four o’clock today Col. Bagley’s Regiment began to come into Flatbush. All Captain Whipple’s Company arrived safe except one, Jacob Lufkin, who they left at Northhampton or hadley much indisposed by an unlucky blow upon his blind eye prayed with Three or four companies of our Regiment this evening. ¶ June 16, 1758: Friday. This morning attended prayers with several companies of my Regiment. Several persons, Captain Morrow’s Co. Were put under guard for killing some of our Landlord’s cattle, fresh meat being found upon them. ¶ June 17, 1758: This day came on Court Martial of these above mentioned and they found three guilty, who were condemned to be whipt two fifty lashes and one 25. But one was discharged by the Colonel and the other two received but 10 lashes apiece, viz. Retire Bacon and Joseph Brown. ¶ Sabbath, Jun 18, 1758: This day preached to a large and attentive auditory. ¶ June 19, 1758: Monday. Prayers early because of our marching toward Scheneacdy, marched 19 or 20 miles, my regiment would rather have gone to Crown Point and Quebec. ¶ June 20, 1758. Tuesday. Regiment called together for prayers in evening, 7 P.M. ¶ June 23, 1758. Friday. This evening Col. Bagley received orders to march toward Fort Edward on arrival of Col. William’s Reg. At Schenectady. ¶ June 25, 1758. Sabbath. Set out for half-moon and arrived at about sunset....I cautioned the Regiment to remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy, and they did behave quite civilly in general.” ¶ The Regiment, Rev. Cleaveland notes, arrived at Fort Edward on June 29th. On Wednesday, July 5th, tents were struck at 5 A.M., the men were embarked on batteaux, and after a brief camp during the day, they rowed all night, landing at day light at the Narrows. As all bridges had been burned, a long detour through thick woods was necessary. After marching about two miles, they were attacked in front by 3000 French and Indians. Col. Bagley’s regiment was ordered to charge the enemy on the right. “My Lord Howe was killed and about 24 of our men were missing.” ¶ ”Saturday, July 8, 1758: Our troops attempted to force the French intrenchment before the Fort with small arms and met with very great loss. Our men acted with the greatest intrepidity....Many were slain and many came in wounded, the number not yet known though it is conjectured that a thousand are among the killed and wounded. Capt. Whipple received a ball in his thigh which lodged there. Lieut. Burnham rec’d a mortal wound in his bowels and Lieut. Low was slain as we suppose. ¶ July 9, 1758. Sabbath. Reembarked and returned to Fort William Henry....This evening Lieut. Burnham was buried having died upon the water of his wound. I understand he inquired much for me and desired to see me before he died. But I was in another battoe and could not be found, the Lake being full of men.” ¶ Rev. Cleaveland says that 10 privates in Capt. Whipple’s company were wounded. Amos Howard of Ipswich certified that 5 balls were shot through his clothing and a bullet passed through his right arm below the elbow, making his arm useless. Ebenezer Potter of Ipswich was shot through the right hand and disabled for his trade of weaving. ¶ The rolls of Capt. Whipple’s company bear melancholy evidence of the brave part taken by the Ipswich soldiers in this disastrous battle.: Nathan Burnham, Lieut, dead, July 9; Stephen Low, Lieut., dead, July 8 (source: Mass. Archives 96:2:508. March 13 to Dec 9, 1758); Samuel Knowlton, Ensign and Lieut; James Andrews, Sergeant; John Tuttle, Corporal and Sergeant; Archilaus Dwinell, Corporal, dead Sept. 20........more........Nathaniel Dodge, son of Richard; Andrew Dodge, Robert Annable, Jr, son of Robert, Jonathan Andrews, Jesse Story, .........more..... || Ipswich In The Massachusetts Bay Colony, Vol II, A History Of The Town From 1700-1917, Thomas Franklin Waters, The Ipswich Historical Society, Ipswich, Mass, 1917, p. 186-189.~Stephen Low. Lieut., of Ipswich. Killed in action 7-8-1758. A member of Capt. Whipple’s company (French Indian War) || IPSWICH IN THE MASSACHUSETTS BAY COLONY, VOL 2, 1700-1917, A History of the Town, Thomas Franklin Waters, 1917, Ipswich Historical Society, Ipswich, Mass., p. 188.~


Stephen Low, Ipswich. Private, Capt. Jonathan Cogswell, Jr.’s co, which marched on the alarm of 4-19-1775; service 3 days; also, Capt. Gideon Parker’s Co, Col. Moses Little’s (17th) regt; receipt for advance pay, signed by said Low and others, dated Cambridge, 7-2-1775; also, Sergeant, same co and regt; muster roll dated 8-1-1775; engaged May 15, 1775; service 2 mos 22 days; also, company return endorsed “October 8, 1775;” age 32 yrs; also, certificate dated Prospect Hill, 1-27-1775/76, signed by Col Moses Little, certifying that said Low, Sergeant, Capt. Gideon Parker’s Co, Col Little’s regt, had not received a coat or its equivalent in money; also, Capt. Gideon Parker’s Co, Col. Moses Little’s regt; copy of a company return; enlisted 1-1-1776 (service not given). || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1032.


Stephen Low, Jr. is listed in the R.I. census of 1782 in Warwick, RI: 1 male under 16; 4 females under 16; 1 male 22-50; 1 female 22-50; Total: 7 persons. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 129 (1975), p. 275.~


Stephen Low. His widow, Sally (Jacobs) died 4-10-1806. aged 35 yrs. Main Street Cemetery, Peabody. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 2. Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 404.~ Stephen Low married Sally Jacobs 9-6-1795. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 2. Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 170.~ Stephen Lowe, widower (h. of Sally (Jacobs)), trader, son of Caleb and Sarah, died 12-2-1843, aged 76 yrs, 2 months, 14 days, of infirmaties and old age. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 2. Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 404.~ Stephen Low, son of Caleb and Sarah Low, was born 3-28-1767. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 1. Births, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 214.~


Stephen Lowe Jr, 1 males 16+, 1 males-16, 1 females, Gloucester, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 72.


Stephen Low, son of George Loe, was baptized 10-2-1768 at the West Church of Boston by Pastor Simeon Howard. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 92 (1938), p. 19.~


Stephen Low, son of Stephen and Elisabeth Low, was baptised 4-16-1758. church record. || Vital Records of Manchester Massachusetts to the End of Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1903, 87.~


Stephen Low. Private, Capt Mark Poole’s detachment of Militia, Col. Jacob Gerrish’s regt; service from 11-12-1777, to 2-3-1778, with guards at Charlestown. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1032.


Stephen Low (Sr.?) is listed in the R.I. census of 1782 in Warwick, RI: 1 female under 16; 1 male 22-50; 1 male over 50; 4 blacks; Total: 7 persons. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 129 (1975), p. 270.~


Stephen Lowe, VA, R6189 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


Stephen Lowe, 4 males 16+, 0 males-16, 1 females, Ipswich, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 76.


Stephen Lowe Jr, 1 males 16+, 0 males-16, 4 females, Ipswich, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 76.


Stephen Lowe, Jr. 1 males 16+, 1 males -16, 1 females, Gloucester, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 72.


Susan Gilchrist Low (of W. Roxbury, MA), married Ebenezer Shepard Bacon (Born 1830) on 4-12-1853. Susan was the daughter of Francis and Susan Low of West Roxbury, MA. See Francis Low. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.81 (1927), p.329.~


Susan Appleton Lowe, daughter of Henry T. and Rachael Pool Lowe, was born in Rockport, MA on 10-6-1842. || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 28.~


Susan M. Low of Frankfort married 2-27-1867 at Winterport to Ira O. Allen of Frankfort by the Rev. Enoch M. Fowler. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 91 (1937), p. ~


Susan Low was born 1-17-1786, daughter of Daniel and Mary (Luscomb) Low [Bible record in the possession of Miss Mary B. Chamberlain]. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 531.~


Susan Ella Lowe (b. 4-18-1856; m. 5-26-1878 ___Smith), daughter of Edmund Augustus Lowe (died at Canton) and Susan Elizabeth Withington (b. 7-5-1828) || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 75 (1921, p. 261. ~


Susan H. Lowe of Chelsea, ME married Hiram King in Pittston, ME 11-13-1874 || Pittston, Maine. Vital Records to the Year 1892, By Henry Sewall Webster, A.M., Maine Historical Society, Gardiner, Maine, 1911, p. 230.~


Susan P. Low married Timothy Andrews on 1-8-1827. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 46.~


Susan Low married 4-19-1812 John Morgan. [according to Bible records in possession of Miss Mary B. Chamberlain; Bible also puts DOM as 4-20-1812] Intention also recorded. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol III - Marriages, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 618.~


Susan Maria Low, aged 20 yrs, daughter of Enoch and Betsey, married Charles Oliver Story, B: Hamilton, aged 23 yrs, ship Carpenter, son of Samuel and Bridget Story of Hamilton, on 12-9-1847. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 46.~


Susan Low. MRS. Not Low by birth. Formerly of Ipswich [Salem Gazette Newspaper record] died at the almshouse of consumption, 10-22-1839, aged 60 years.


Susan Maria Low, (Strong, born 'Low'), 2nd wife of Caleb, was born 1810. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 1. Births, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 214.


Susan Adelaide Low. Changed name FROM Susan Adelaide Phillips for reason of adoption. 2-6-1871. || List of Persons Whose Names Have Been Changed in Massachusetts, 1780-1892, Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, 1972, p. 192.


Susanna Lowe, of Ipswich, married John Orsment Craft, at Ipswich, 7-18-1793. Intention also recorded. || Vital Records of Manchester Massachusetts to the End of Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1903, 194.~


Susanna Cane Low, daughter of John Low, was baptized 8-25-1799 at the West Church of Boston || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 92 (1938), p. 126.~


Susanna Low (B: 1-12-1669) married 10-20-1720 to John4 Cogswell (John3, William2, John1) of Essex, MA. They resided in Marblehead, Ma. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 118 (1964), p. 169.~ Susanna Low married John Cogswell, Jr. (Son of John Cogswell and Hannah Goodhue). || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 136 (1982), p. 322.~


Susanna Low, daughter of John and Susanna Low, was baptised 3-14-1741 at 1st Church of Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.75 (1921), p.119.~


Susannah Hayden Low, daughter of John Low, was baptized 1-1-1809 at the West Church of Boston. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 92 (1938), p. 246.~


Susannah Low and Nehemiah Wood, intended marriage on 3-16-1695/6, in Beverly || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, 1985, Clarence Almon Torrey, page 835.~


Sylvester Low, son of Darling and Phebe (Rhoads) died 1-18-1837. aged 13 months. Walnut Grove cemetery, Danvers.) || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 2. Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 404.~ Sylvester Low, son of Darling and Phebe (Rhoads) was born at Salem, 12-27-1835. || Vital Records of Danvers Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849, Vol 1. Births, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1909, p. 214.~


Tabitha Low “dyed being scalded in a kittle of water at John Ottises house. Dyed within few houers after. 8-9-1654. Entry is part of The Hobart Journal. The Hobart Journal spans roughly the first century of the colonial history if Hingham, a settlement on Bear Cove, south of Boston in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. While the first entry records the arrival in Charlestown from England of the Rev. Peter Hobart with his wife and four children, 6-8-1635, there is only one other entry before 1637 which suggests that the latter marks the beginning of the Journal. David Hobart of Hingham continued the Journal after the death of his father (1-20-1679) for another third of a century. The Journal is now in the possession of the Mass. Historical Society. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 121 (1967), p. 104.~


Tabitha Low, daughter of Mary Low, received for baptism 3-9-1717 at 1st Church of Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.75 (1921), p.49.~


Tabitha Low, daughter of Elijah and Eunice Low, on 7-16-1780 was baptised at the First Church of Christ is Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 76 (1922), p.187.~


Tabitha Low was baptized in Hingham, MA 1-9-1653. Entry is part of The Hobart Journal. The Hobart Journal spans roughly the first century of the colonial history if Hingham, a settlement on Bear Cove, south of Boston in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. While the first entry records the arrival in Charlestown from England of the Rev. Peter Hobart with his wife and four children, 6-8-1635, there is only one other entry before 1637 which suggests that the latter marks the beginning of the Journal. David Hobart of Hingham continued the Journal after the death of his father (1-20-1679) for another third of a century. The Journal is now in the possession of the Mass. Historical Society. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 121 (1967), p. 103.~


Tabitha Low born 6-5-1658 and baptized 6-13-1658 in Hingham, MA. Entry is part of The Hobart Journal. The Hobart Journal spans roughly the first century of the colonial history if Hingham, a settlement on Bear Cove, south of Boston in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. While the first entry records the arrival in Charlestown from England of the Rev. Peter Hobart with his wife and four children, 6-8-1635, there is only one other entry before 1637 which suggests that the latter marks the beginning of the Journal. David Hobart of Hingham continued the Journal after the death of his father (1-20-1679) for another third of a century. The Journal is now in the possession of the Mass. Historical Society. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 121 (1967), p. 108.~


Thomas Low: From 1800 census: Bangor, part of Hancock County, Maine in 1800, was permanently settled in 1769 and called Kenduskeag Plantation in 1788, Bangor was incorporated in 1791 and is now the county seat of Penobscot County. In 1800 there were 45 families made up of 277 persons. Reverend James Boyd was the settlement’s minister. Among the residents was Thomas Low, originally from England, 2 males and 1 female in household. Age of head of house was over 45 years. BJFL Note: If he was from England and alive in 1800, he was probably not a descendant of the Thomas Low who arrived Ipswich 1636. Could be the father of Elijah Low of Hancock County and Daniel Low of Hancock County - just a guess| || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 105 (1951), p. 276.~


Thomas Low died 2-15-1823, aged 78 yrs. (BL: son of Caleb and Abigail (Varney) Low) || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.~ Thomas Low. His widow, Dorothy (Choate) Low, died 10-2-1840. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.~


Thomas Low mentioned in a will (of Solomon Andrews of Ipswich, Wife: Ruth) c. 11-23-1759. || Maine Historical and Genealogical Recorder, Vol IV, 1887, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, 1973, p. 236.


Thomas Low is listed in the 1789 Boston City Directory as Carpenter, Cold-Lane. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 140 (1986), p. 164.


Thomas Low. Quartermaster Sergeant, Capt. Alexander Hodgdon’s Co, Col. Ebenezer Thayer’s regt; engaged 7-26-1780; discharged 10-30-1780; service, 3 months 8 days; regiment raised in Suffolk Co to reinforce Continental Army for 3 months and stationed at Rhode Island. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1033.


Thomas Low. Is mentioned in a document dated December 19, 1648. It is a record of an Ipswich Town Meeting regarding the annual raising of monies (£24 7 shillings) for a Major Denison, as a gratuity. Thomas Low contributed 20 shillings. The document does not explain the purpose of this gratuity, but I would assume that Major Denison was somehow involved in the defense of Ipswich. The Indians of the area were conducting fairly damaging raids on Ipswich during the period. Of specific note (derived from other documents) were attacks on April 19, 1676 (residents killed by Indians, homes burned). - BJFL || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 2 (1848), p. 50-51.~


Thomas Low. Pension List (1792-1795) From a statement of all the claims which have been adjusted and allowed at the Treasury Dept, and for which certificates of registered debt issued, in virtue of a law entitled “an Act providing for the settlement of claims of persons under particular circumstances barred by limitations heretofore established, “ passed on the 27th of March, 1792. Thomas Low; Cert Date: 2-12-1794; Statement #:4969; Type: a; Service: marine, Queen of France; Interest Date: 7-15-1780; amount: 51.28. || The Pension Lists of 1792-1795, Murtie Clark, Genealogical Pub. Co, Inc., 1991, p. 131.


Thomas Low, Boston. List endorsed “Camp at Cambridge 6-13-1775", of men belonging to Col. Samuel Gerrish’s regt. Who took the oath in Middlesex Co 6-10-1775, required by Congress to be taken by the Mass. army, as returned by (Capt) Samuel Sprague; also, Private, Capt. Samuel Sprague’s (9th) co, Lieut. Col. Loammi Baldwin’s (late Col. Gerrish’s) 38th (also given 37th) regt; muster roll dated 8-1-1775; enlisted 5-28-1775; service 2 months 3 days; also, pay abstract for Aug 1775, dated Chelsea; also, company return dated Chelsea, 10-2-1775; also, order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money dated Chelsea, 12-30-1775; also, list of men belonging to Capt. Samuel Sprague’s co who did not agree to serve the month of January 1776. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1032.


Thomas Low (?1661-1698) married Sarah Symonds (1668-1731+) on 12-2-1687 (could be 1681). Ipswich. || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, Clarence Almon Torrey, 1985, p. 476-477.~


Thomas Low married Abigail Goss, 3-12-1808. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol III - Marriages, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 618.~ Thomas Low. His widow, Abigail, died of lung fever, 4-9-1842, aged 59. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol V - Deaths, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 408.~ Thomas Lowe, Died around October 1833, 49 years. [Salem Gazette Newspaper record] || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol V - Deaths, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 409.~


Thomas Low. Private, Capt. Joseph Winch’s Co, Col. Samuel Bullard’s regt; enlisted 8-16-1777; discharged 11-29-1777; service 3 mos 25 days, in Northern department, including 11 days (220) travel home. Roll sworn to in Middlesex Co. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1032.


Thomas Dean Low, son of John Low, was baptized 8-15-1799 at the West Church of Boston || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 92 (1938), p. 126.~


Thomas F. Lowe is one of the most enterprising and progressive of New Haven's many competent carpenter-builders, and, though yet a comparatively young man, has done more than his part in contributing to the city's visible growth. Especially is this true of Fair Haven, where he has his residence, and where evidences of his enterprise are to be seen on every hand. ¶ Mr. Lowe learned his trade in Waterbury, and later was employed in Bridgeport, until he took up his residence in New Haven in 1872. In 1874 he embarked in business for himself, and since that time has erected many elegant residences and large factory buildings and business blocks, his operations having included the building of the residences of Mr. H.P. Frost on Chapel Street; the rebuilding of E. Malley's store:; and the erection of a large 5-story addition to B. manville & Co's carriage-factory on Wooster Street. He has purchased many lots, notably in Fair Haven, and built comfortable houses on them upon speculation, which he has sold to home-seekers to his own and the city's benefit. he began business with shops on Exchange Street, and in 1882 removed to his present location, 229 Lloyd Street. His increasing business demands the employment of upwards of 20 men, who find in him and employer at once liberal and considerate. ¶ Mr. Lowe's distinguishing characteristics are enterprise and integrity. He is in every sense a worthy and useful citizen, standing deservedly high in the esteem of all classes of his fellow-townsmen. Of him it may be truly said that he is, in the usual acceptation of the term, a self-made man, who with work as his watchword and honesty as his guide, has been quick to see or make and ready to grasp his opportunities. ¶ Though too busy to mingle much in political life, he takes a deep interest in the growth and prosperity of New Haven, and since taking up his residence within its borders has manfully and with a liberal hand contributed to the establishment and maintenance of worthy objects designed to enhance the public welfare. he is frank of speech and affable of manner, and readily wins friends amoung all classes of men, and his most prominent characteristics have gained him the respect and confidence of the entire business community. || History of The City of New Haven to the Present Time, Edited by Edward E. Atwater, W.W. Munsell & Co., New York, 1887, p. 554.


Thomas Low: From published request for information in 1879 (NE Hist & Gene Reg) on descendants of Thomas Low, who settled in Ipswich, MA in 1643; or Thomas Low, who settled in Gloucester in 1692. - Mrs. Harriet P. Poor, 18 Somerset St, Boston, MA || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.33 (1879), p. 105.~


Thomas Low, Ipswich, 1644, probably that part now Essex, died 9-8-1677, leaving sons Thomas and John and several daughters. Among his descendants are the late William Low, representative of Amherst, who died in 1826, aged 74, his brother deacon John Low, of Beverly, who died 3-18-1829, aged 74, [of whom there is a biographical memoir in Boston recorder of 5-28-1829] Gen. Solomon Low, of Boxford, Ms., and Joseph Low, esq. of Concord, the adjutant and inspector general of N.H. || Genealogical Register of the First Settlers of New England, John Farmer, Carter, Andrews, & Co, 1829, p 183.~ Thomas Low. Ipswich. 1647. Thomas Firman owned a large pasture adjoining Richard Saltonstall’s 40 acres of pasture on Fellows Lane. Firman sold the large pasture to Thomas Low and Edward Bragg in 1647. || IPSWICH IN THE MASSACHUSETTS BAY COLONY, VOL 2, 1700-1917, A History of the Town, Thomas Franklin Waters, 1917, Ipswich Historical Society, Ipswich, Mass., p. 721.~ Thomas Low, aged 55 in 1660. Listed as an early settler of Essex and Old Norfolk. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 7 (1853), p. 83. ~ Thomas Low (1605-1677. Age about 55 in 1660) married 2nd wife Susannah Stone (?1598-1684?, 1688, age 86.)(married names: Cutting and Kimball), a widow of _____ Cutting and widow of Henry Kimball. Married after 1648. Ipswich. || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, Clarence Almon Torrey, 1985, p. 476-477.~ Thomas Low (1605-1677) married Margaret (Todd?)(1st wife?) in Polstead, England. 6-22-1630. Ipswich. || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, Clarence Almon Torrey, 1985, p. 476-477.~ Thomas Low(e), Ipswich, 1644, Died 9-8-1677, children Thomas, John and several daughters. Descendants are numerous. || Genealogical Dictionary of New England. James Savage, Genealogical Pub. Co, 1965, Vol III, p. 125.~ Thomas Low, the founder of this family in America (name sometimes spelt Lowe or Loe), whose family probably originated near Boxford, Suffolk. He emigrated to Chebacco, Essex, Mass, in a company of settlers led by the Rev. Nathaniel Rogers, which sailed from Gravesend, 6-1-1636, arriving in Massachusetts Bay later in the same year. He was granted, according to Schofield’s Records, ten acres of land, (b. 1605, d: 9-8-1677, married to Margaret, daughter of Ananias Todd, of Polstead Hall, Boxford). Thomas Low’s issue: John Low, married 12-10-1661 to Sarah Thorndike; Thomas Low; Margaret Low; Sarah Low, married Joseph Safford. || Burke’s American Families With British Ancestry, Genealogical Pub Co, Baltimore, 1983, p. 2796.~ Thomas Low, Sr. of Ipswich. Will dated 4-20-1677. Wife Susanna, children: John, Thomas, Margaret, and Sarah. Granddaughters: Margaret Davison and Sarah Safford. Listed as an early settler of Essex and Old Norfolk. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 7 (1853), p. 83. ~ Thomas Low(e) was left a spade in the Will of Edward Skiner. New England (Cambridge?). Will dated 10-25-1641. || Suffolk County Wills, Abstracts of the Earliest Wills Upon Record in the County of Suffolk, MA, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1984, p. 2.~ Thomas Low. Malster, son of Captain John L. Low, a commander of one of the ships of Winthrop’s fleet; he came to Ipswich, MA 1644. || Directory of the Ancestral Heads of New England Families 1620-1700, Frank Holmes, Genealogical Pub. Co, Baltimore, 1964, p. cliii.~ Thomas Low of England & Ipswich Mass resided chiefly in England and Ipswich, MA.Ca 1630-1712.[Lord Genealogy, Lord, 6-4OR-432, 1913.] || Greenlaw Index of The New England Historic Genealogical Society, Vol 2, G.K. Hall & Co, Boston, 1979, p. 103.~ Thomas Low, Sr and other prominent men of Ipswich, Chebacco Parish, signed a letter declaring the innocence of Witchcraft charges against their neighbors, John Proctor and his wife, Elizabeth. || Ipswich in the Massachusetts Bay Colony 1633-1700, Thomas Franklin Waters, Ipswich Historical Soc. Ipswich, MA 1905, p.292.~ Thomas Low, Sr. His name appears for the first time in Ipswich Town records in 1641. || Ipswich in the Massachusetts Bay Colony 1633-1700, Thomas Franklin Waters, Ipswich Historical Soc. Ipswich, MA 1905, p.492.~ Thomas Low. In 1678, Charles II ordered a new oath of allegiance to be taken by the colonists. The Constables of every town and villiage were ordered to convene all the inhabitants for the administration of the Oath. If Feb. 1678/79, a list of commoners was recorded and in December 1679, a list of freemen was also prepared and put on record. Thomas Low is listed as one of the freemen (allowed to have a vote in town affairs), in Ipswich. || Ipswich in the Massachusetts Bay Colony 1633-1700, Thomas Franklin Waters, Ipswich Historical Soc. Ipswich, MA 1905, p.91-93.~


Thomas Low (of Stanford) and Sarah Bracket (of Berwick), on 11-6-1777 were married at the Second Church of Berwick, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 74 (1920), p.252.~


Thomas Low, Patriotic Service. R: Lyman; TownRecords-L3 (1780) || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 493.


Thomas Low. Private; pay roll certified at Boston, of men employed by Col. Josiah Brewer as scouts in Lincoln Co. by order of Brig. Gen P. Wadsworth; service from 8-24-1780 to 9-29-1780, 1 month 6 days, at the Eastward. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1033.


Thomas Low, Patriotic Service; R: York; TownRecords-Y1, p 183 || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 493.


Thomas Lowe, VA, Mary, R6488 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


Thomas Low. His name appears on a document that reads as follows: July ye 28 1778. To the Honor Council for the State of the Massachusetts bay. I have mustered the men Inlested into the Roughiland Servis agreabele to a resolve of the General Court of this State to Serve till the First Day of Jenary next. Included under the heading “HOPKINGTON MEN” is Thomas Low. The document is signed by James Barrett, Muster Master. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 50 (1896), p. 17.


Thomas Lowe. Descriptive return dated Boston, 1-5-1781, made by Edward Procter, Colonel of Boston regt., of men who had enlisted to serve in the milita under Brig. Gen John Fellows for the term of 3 months from the time of their arrival at place of rendezvous, unless sooner discharged, and who had received bounty and mileage due them of said Col. Procter; Cpt. Hodgdon’s Co.; age, 33 yrs; stature, 5ft 9in; complexion, brown. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Wright & Potter Printing Co, 1902, Vol 9, p. 1037.


Thomas Low of Lyman, ME intend marriage 7-21-1838 to Mary D. Towns of Kennebunk. Cert marr 8-30-1838. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 97 (1943), p 143.~


Thomas Low Jr. of Lyman, Maine married 3-5-1810 Lydia Gooch of Wells. Intention of marriage was recorded 1-24-1810. Early Vital Records of Lyman, Maine || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 96 (1942), p. 147.~


Thomas Amery Ellen Low, is listed as an emigrant to America from Liverpool 2-2-1705. Mr. Thomas Amery Ellen Low of hay near Wigan aged about 16 yeares to serve in Virginia or Maryland seaven yeares. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.65 (1911), p. 170.


Thomas Gerrish Low, son of Richard Low, on 6-14-1795 was baptised at the South Church of Portsmouth, NH by Rev. Samuel Haven || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.82 (1928), p.47.~


Thomas Low. Str. Bkl, taxed 1713. || Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire, Noyes, Libby and Davis, Genealogical Pub, Baltimore, 1979, p. 445-446.


Thomas Low born 5-8-1753. Lyman, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 97 (1943), p 143.~


Thomas Low died 8-13-1803, aged 56 yrs. -From a record of deaths in Boston and vicinity || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.77 (1923), p.318.~


Thomas Low. Ca. 1861. Ipswich. See G.A. Low.


Thomas Parson Low (also given Thomas Pearson Low). Master, ship “Mars,” commanded by Capt. Simeon Samson; list of officers of the State Navy; warrant issued 7-21-1780; also, Master, ship “Mars” commanded by Capt. Simeon Samson; engaged July 10 (also given July 12), 1780; discharged 3-12-1781; service 8 mos 2 days; reported as having received wages on account in France; also reported as entitled to share in the brig “Tryall” if made a prize; roll dated Boston; also, Master, ship “Mars”, commanded by Capt. James Nivens; engaged 3-18-1781; discharged 6-12-1781; service 2 mos 25 days; roll dated Boston. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1033.~ Thomas Parson Lowe. Boatswain, brigantine “Rising Empire,” commanded by Cpt. Richard Whellen; engaged May 1, 1776; discharged 9-4-1776; service, 4 mos. 6 days; roll sworn to in Bristol Co; also, Master, sloop “Defence,” commanded by Capt. James Nivens; engaged 6-18-1781; discharged 9-26-1781; service, 3 mos. 8 days; roll dated Boston. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Wright & Potter Printing Co, 1902, Vol 9, p. 1037.~


Thomas Lowe and wife. 2 slaves. Of the towne of St. Michaells, Barbados. C. 1680. || Original Lists of Persons of Quality, 1600-1700, John Hotten, Genealogical Pub. Co Inc., 1978, p. 444.


Thomas Low (B: Lyman, ME 12-26-1816; D: June 1861) was the son of Nathaniel and Izetta (Gooch) Low. Thomas was married at Kennebunk 9-2-1838 to Mary Towne (B:4-22-1820; D: 10-6-1911). Mary was the daughter of Elizabeth Durrell (B:6-29-1795; D: 4-23-1882 at Kennebunk) and Jesse Towne (B: Wells, 11-5-1793; D: Kennebunk, 9-19-1868) who married at Wells, ME 4-13-1817. Elizabeth Durrell’s parents were Benjamin Durrell (B: Arundell, 12-26-1748) who married at Wells, ME 3-31-1770 to Hannah Kimball (B: Wells, ME 1-22-1752, daughter of Richard and Hannah (Shackley) Kimball.) || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 133 (1979), p. 43.~


Thomas Low, Mass, S40946 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


Thomas Low, son of John Low, was baptized 12-31-1797 at the West Church of Boston. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 92 (1938), p. 125.~


Thomas Low married Alice Simmons, 1-19-1795. 12-7-1824. || Vital Records of Duxbury, Plymouth Co, MA to the year 1850, Duxbury Marriages, p. 275.~


Thomas Low, son of Jeremiah and Sarah, was born 6-22-1768. || Early Vital Records of Plymouth County, MA, Vital Records of Marshfield, Plymouth County, MA., p.118.~


Thomas Lowe died "on board United States Frigate", Dec. 1824, aged 55 yrs. || Vital Records of Manchester Massachusetts to the End of Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1903, 274.~


Thomas Lowe, 1 males 16+, 4 males-16, 3 females, Ipswich, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 75.


Thomas Low, of Ipswich married Lydia Allen, 10-22-1810. Church record. Intention also recorded. || Vital Records of Manchester Massachusetts to the End of Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1903, 194.~


Thomas Low. Private, Capt. John Hayward’s Co, Col. Webb’s regt; enlisted 8-23-1781; discharged 12-1-1781; service 3 mos 18 days, including 10 days (200 miles) travel home; regiment raised to reinforce Continental Army for 3 months. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1033.


Thomas Low, Hopkinton (also given Holliston). Private, Capt. John Home’s (Hopkinton) co. Of militia, Col. Samuel Bullard’s regt. Which marched on the alarm of 4-19-1775, to Roxbury; service, 3 days; also, receipt given to Capt. Daniel Eames, dated Hopkinton, 7-6-1778, signed by said Low, for £46, a part of the bounty paid him to serve in the Continental Army at Rhode Island for the term of 6 months; also, Private, Capt. Joseph Griffith’s co, Col. John Jacob’s regt; enlisted 6-27-1778; service 6 months 7 days; enlistment to expire 1-1-1779; also, list of men raised in Middlesex Co, agreeable to resolve of 6-9-1779, as returned by Joseph Hsmer, Superintendent; Also, descriptive list of men raised in Middlesex Co in 1779 to serve in the Continental Army; age, 25 years; stature, 5ft 10 in; complexion, light; engaged for town of Hopkinton; reported delivered to Lieut. John Grace; also, Col. Wesson’s (9th) regt.; entered service 8-27-1779; discharged 5-27-1780; term 9 months. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1033.~


Thomas Low emigrated from Chester, England, Feb 1774, aged 17, and was an indentured cabinet maker. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 63 (1909), p.17.


Thomas Low. See G.A. Low Ca. Civil War


Thomas Low, JR (1631-1712) married 2nd wife Mary (Brown?) after 1676?. Ipswich. || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, Clarence Almon Torrey, 1985, p. 476-477.


Thomas Low (1631-1712) married 1st wife Martha Borman (-1720, in 79th year) on 7-4-1660. Ipswich. || New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, Clarence Almon Torrey, 1985, p. 476-477.~ Thomas Low, son of Thomas and Margaret (Todd) Low of Essex Mass, Deacon of the Chebacco Church from 1679-1712, and Parish Clerk during the absence of the Rev. John Wise with Phipp’s expedition against Quebec. During the Salem Witchcraft trial, Thomas Low, with a few others, kept their counsel, and testified in writing that they could see no wrong in one of the accused. He served with the Massachusetts Bay Contingent under Major Appleton, in the famous Rhode Island Swamp Fight which finally broke the power of the Indians along the coast. He was born in England 1631; married 7-4-1660 to Martha (b.1640), and died 4-12-1712, leaving issue, six sons and four daughters. || Burke’s American Families With British Ancestry, Genealogical Pub Co, Baltimore, 1983, p. 2796.~ Thomas Low (Son of Thomas Low of Ipswich, MA). Died 4-12-1712, aged 80. Married Martha Boreman (daughter of Thomas and Margaret Boreman). See notes on Ariel Low of Boston. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Necrology of Historic Genealogical Society, Vol 41 (1887), p. 232.~ Thomas Low married Martha Borman, 7-4-1660, Ipswich, Mass || Marriage Records Before 1699, William Clemens, Genealogical Publishing, 1977, p. 145.~ Thomas Low, aged 37 in 1668. Listed as an early settler of Essex and Old Norfolk. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 7 (1853), p. 83. ~ Thomas Low, Ipswich, Mass, 1632-1712, Served in King Phillip' War from Ipswich, MA, 1675-1676. Miss A. Josephine de Cardenas claims descent from him for her membership in the Society of Colonial Daughters of the Seventeenth Century. (a more exclusive DAR) || Society of Colonial Daughters of the Seventeenth Century, Organization Constitution by-laws Membership, Brooklyn, NY, 1923, p. 260.~ Thomas Low, Junior.: Reference contained in article that follows: Concerning the origin of the name ‘Ipswich’, antiquaries are not agreed. Dr. John Tolland, a man of note about one hundred and fifty years ago, left an account of ancient Ipswich, in the County of Suffolk, England, in which he says, but on what authority we do not remember, not having his work now at hand, that it received its name from a Saxon Queen, whose name was Eba, her residence or WYCH, which signified place or home; hence Eba’s wych, or Eba’s home. This being admitted, the transition from Ebaswych to Yppyswych, Ipswich is simple and easy. But Camden, who was no doubt the best judge of the origin of English names of any before, and for a long time after him, says “it was formerly called Gippenwich,” (the Saxon of which Bishop Gibson gives, but for which we have no types;) “a little city,” he adds, “and of a low situation; but [it is] as it were the eye of this County. It has a pretty commodious harbor, has been fortified with a ditch and rampire, has a great trade, and is very populous.” This description is the more interesting, as it answers to the time that it was known to the fathers of our Ipswich. Old Ipswich, like most towns and cities in England, cannot tell us when its foundation was laid, and probably the first authentic record concerning it is, that of its devastation by the Danes, in the year 991. - It is 69 miles N.E. of London, in the Hundred of Bosmere. ¶ The following list of names is from an ancient Msl, apparently written about the time of the date upon it. It has never been printed or referred to, so far as the writer is aware. It is hardly necessary to state that we have made a faithful copy, or endeavored to do so. The original being in a very fine hand, and some abbreviation used, it was a difficult task to make the copy. - Editor ¶ February 18, 1678. A list of ye names of those persons ht have right of Comonage according to Law and order of this Town. (Bingham J.F. Lowe’s note: What then follows is a list of about 250 names. Among those names are: Thomas Low, Junior; Major General Denison; Nathan Wells; Deacon Knowlton; Caleb Kimball; John Annable; Edward Brag; William Howard; John Low; John Adams, and Thomas Giddings. Lows are mentioned for obvious reasons, the others because their names have been repeatedly noticed during my research. All others are omitted here as irrelevant to the research.) || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 7 (1853), pgs 77-78.~ Thomas Low, JR. In 1678, Charles II ordered a new oath of allegiance to be taken by the colonists. The Constables of every town and villiage were ordered to convene all the inhabitants for the administration of the Oath. If Feb. 1678/79, a list of commoners was recorded and in December 1679, a list of freemen was also prepared and put on record. Thomas Low, JR is listed as one of the commoners (not allowed to have a vote in town affairs), in Ipswich. || Ipswich in the Massachusetts Bay Colony 1633-1700, Thomas Franklin Waters, Ipswich Historical Soc. Ipswich, MA 1905, p.91-93.


Thomas Low, 1 males 16+, 0 males-16, 5 females, Boston, Suffolk Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 187.


Thomas Low, Ipswich, 1644. Died 9-8-1677, leaving Thomas, John and several daughters. Descendants are very numerous. || Genealogical Guide to the Early Settlers of America. Henry Whittemore, Louis H. Cornish Publisher, NY, p. 335.~


Thomas Low, Navy, RI, Molly, W13645 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


Thomas Low, Ipswich. Private, Capt. Jonathan Cogswell, Jr’s Co, which marched on the alarm of 4-19-1775; service 3 days; also, Capt David Low’s (3rd) co, Col. Jonathan Cogswell’s (3rd Essex Co) regt; return of train band and alarm list, dated 4-30-1778; said Low reported as belonging to train band; also, same co and regt; pay abstract for equipments, dated 8-21-1778. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1033.


Thoms Low. Listed as an American Prisoner of War at Forton Prison, England, 1777-1779. Ship and Station: P. Master. Committed to Forton Prison, January 19 and February 18th, 1779. Communicated by William Richard Cutter of Lexington, MASS || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 33 (1879), p. 39.


Timothy S. Lowe, son of Ephraim and Hannah Lowe of Sanford, ME. Was, at the time of 1898, a roadmaster for the Boston & Maine Railroad, residing in Ballardvale, MA. See “IVORY LOWE” notes. || Biographical Review Vol. XXIX, Containing Life Sketches of Leading Citizens of Somerset, Piscataquis, Hancock, Washington, and Aroostook Counties, Maine. Biographical Review Publishing Co, Boston. 1898. Pgs 522-523.~


Timothy Low, son of Job and Sarah Low, on 8-26-1759 was baptised at the First Church of Christ is Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 76 (1922), p.102.~


Virginia Marie Low married 4-15-1915 in Detroit, Mich, to Frank Cabot of Boston. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 97 (1943), p 122.~


W. Lowe. Private, Capt. Cushing’s Co., 1st Mass. Regt.; return for liquor due (year not given). || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Wright & Potter Printing Co, 1902, Vol 9, p. 1037.


Waite H. Low, daughter of Samuel Low, Jr. (of East Greenwich), who was married to Henry King, MD (son of Dan King, MD) of Warwick, RI. Waite H. Low and Henry King were married 8-7-1856 in East Greenwich. || Rhode Island Vital Records, New Series, Vol. 7 - East Greenwich and West Greenwich, Rhode Island Marriages from Marriage, Probate, Grave and Death Records 1680 -1860, Alden Beaman, PhD, Published by A. Beaman, Princeton, MA, 1980, p. 221.~ Waite H. Low, daughter of Samuel Low, Jr. was born in West Greenwich, RI in 1835. || Rhode Island Vital Records, New Series, Vol 6 - East Greenwich and West Greenwich, Rhode Island Births from Probate, Grave and Death Records, 1680-1860, Alden Beaman, PhD, Pub. by Alden Beaman, Princeton, MA, 1980, p. 174.~


Walter Lowe, Shorwell, Isle of Wight, County of South. Will dated 9-24-1578. Proved 4-30-1579. To be buried in Shorwell churchyard. To wife Annis best bed, &c. To John Lowe, eldest son of my son Henry Lowe, three sheepe &c. And to his yonger brother Thomas Lowe the two other shepe. To said John Lowe the cubbard in the hall, one heffer, &c. Rest to wife Annis and sonne Henry Lowe, executors. Supervisors brother-in-law Thomas Dapernell and neighbor John Terrell. Inventory, £16. 15s. - Archdeaconry of Winchester, Register, 2. Editor’s note: This is probably the ancestor of Thomas Lowe, the pioneer of Chebacco, now Essex, but then part of Ipswich, MA, and possibly of John Lowe and other New England lines. Sarah, daughter of Thomas Lowe, married John, son of Thomas Safford, and in the early generations the New Englanders were apt to marry among their country folk in the mother land. The Saffords and Lowes seem thus to be neighbors in the Isle of Wight. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 52 (1898), p.67.~


Warren Lowe, of Essex, married Mary Babcock, December 1826. Church Record. || Vital Records of Manchester Massachusetts to the End of Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1903, 194.~ Warren Low and Mary Babcock of Manchester married on 12-26-1826. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 46.~


William Whittemore Low III married Lucy E. (Bond) of Old Lyme. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 146 (1992), p. 212.~


William Henry Lowe. From his obituary: William Henry Lowe was born near Brighton, Maine, March 16, 1849, and had he lived until that date of next year he would have been 58 years of age. When five years of age his parents moved to Pike County, Illinois, where they lived until he was seventeen years of age, when they moved to Exira, in Audubon County. When 19 years of age he came to Cass County, and since that time he has claimed a residence here and has been a part of it s growth and development. ¶ In 1870 William Henry Lowe was married in this county to Miss Mary A. Lane, a native of the county, and they lived happily together until about 2 years ago when death entered the home in this city and robbed it of the wife and mother. ¶ In brief this is a chronological sketch of one who spent all of his manhood years as a part of the human industrial machine set apart for the work of hewing out of the rough the finished product - Cass County - which men now look upon with admiring gaze and pronounce as near perfection as any the sun shine upon in its daily round. It is not a long story, nor does it carry him across the seas, nor to the mountain peaks of life. He was not a seeker after fame, nor a searcher for unusual fortune. He recognized the limits of his capabilities and he kept within their bounds. But he was an optimistic soul, in whose being the shadows of life were unwelcome strangers. Born in bleak New England, of a long line of Puritan forebears, yet his nature was that of the Cavalier rather than the Puritan, and this was no doubt due to the broadening influences of the boundless waste to which he came and in which he lived from early boyhood. ¶ The writer knew him intimately for a quarter of a century and in all those years they never met that there was not a pleasant smile and a kindly greeting on his part. He lived in the sunshine, he drank it in - in long deep draughts - and he exhaled it wherever he went. He contributed good cheer to life and that is better than the giving of millions at death to charitable institutions. ¶ For years the hand of disease rested heavily upon him; but it did not disturb the kindliness of his nature, nor chill the well-springs of his being. Rent by pain and torn by disease, in his later years, he refused to accept the command to cease his business activities, and when others would have given up the fight and spent the days in repining and lamenting his lot, he followed his indomitable will to the thick of the fray and literally died at his post, going down to the gates with his flag flying and his spirit unconquered. ¶ The world is better because such men as William Henry Lowe have lived in it. He was of the miners and sappers and afterward of the builders. He helped to build up its waste places. He knew what physical toil meant, what financial reverses meant, and he ever had a kindly word for [LAST SENTENCE OR TWO MISSING]. Provided by Eric Bittner. From the Atlantic Daily Democrat. Atlantic, Iowa. Wednesday, November 21, 1906.~


William Henry Low, son of Seth and Mary (Porter) Low. Grandson of David and Hannah (Haskell) Low. Great Grandson of David and Abigail (Choate) Low. Born 2-1-1816 at Salem, MA; married 5-3-1842 Anne Davison (d. 9-4-1890, daughter of Mott Bedell Davison, of Brooklyn, LI); and died 3-22-1845, leaving a son, William Gilman Low. || Burke’s American Families With British Ancestry, Genealogical Pub Co, Baltimore, 1983, p. 2796.~ William Henry Low was born 2-1-1816, son of Seth and Mary (Porter) Low. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 531.~


William Low married Susan Glover (daughter of Jonathan Glover and Priscilla Woodwell (married 11-21-1765. Jonathan died 1805 or 1806; Priscilla died 8-12-1828). William and Susan (bapt. 7-20-1777) had their marriage published 11-12-1799. || History of Salem, Massachusetts, Sidney Perley, Salem, MA, Sidney Perley Pub, 1924, Vol III, p. 20.~ William Low cert marr Sukey Glover 11-12-1799. Intention also recorded.|| Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol III - Marriages, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 618.~


William Low on 5-4-1729 was received into full communion by the First Church of Christ is Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 76 (1922), p.192.


William Low, son of William and Abigail Low, was baptised 9-24-1732 at 1st Church of Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.75 (1921), p.104.~


William Lowe, NC, S13795 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


William Low, Malden. Private, Capt Benjamin Blaney’s Co of militia, which marched on the alarm of 4-19-1775 to Watertown, by order of Col. Gardner; service 1 day. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1034.


William Low, of Amherst, married Miss Grace Gardner Nichols, also of Amherst, on 6-8-1803. Marriage was performed by the Rev. Jeremiah Barnard of Amherst. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.61 (1907), p.243.~


William Low, Militia; R: N. Yarmouth; Militia-N. Yarmouth || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 493.


William Lowe (of Ashford, County Derby) married c. 1653 Elizabeth Sheldon (b. about 1615, of Ashford, County Derby, daughter of Arthur Sheldon) || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.80 (1926), p.394.~


William L. Lowe, son of Ephraim and Hannah Lowe of Sanford, ME. Died sometime prior to 1898. See “IVORY LOWE” notes. || Biographical Review Vol. XXIX, Containing Life Sketches of Leading Citizens of Somerset, Piscataquis, Hancock, Washington, and Aroostook Counties, Maine. Biographical Review Publishing Co, Boston. 1898. Pgs 522-523.~


William Low. Died 1-22-1933, 68 years, 3 months, 4 days. Park Lawn Cemetery, Barry, IL || Cemetery Records of Pike County Illinois by Townships, 1816-Dec. 31, 1978, Vol IV, Townships Barry, Hadley, New Salem, 977.3453 v3l, p. 106.~


William Gilman Low, A.M. (1866). Son of William Henry Low and Anne (Davison) Low. Grandson of Seth and Mary (Porter) Low. Great Grandson of David and Hannah (Haskell) Low. Lawyer, born 4-9-1844; educated Columbia University; married 1-15-1873 to Lois Robbins Curtis (daughter of Hon. Benjamin Robbins Curtis, Judge of the Supreme Court. William died 6-28-1936 leaving issue: William Gilman Low; Benjamin R.C. Low (21 E. 79th St, NY; b: 6-22-1880/ married to Virginia Wagner of Brooklyn, NY); Anna Curtis Low (B:11-25-1876; married Herbert Grant Watson; Le Chat Perche, Le Touquet, Paris Plage, France); Lois C. Low (108 E. 38th St, NY; b: 8-1-1878); Harriette Low (108 E. 38th St, NY; B: 8-1-1882); Rosamond Curtis Low (Married to John Chapman; Khakum Wood, Greewich, Conn); and Esther Hope Low (B: 1888; married to Francis Little). The late Mr. William Gilman low was for many years a leading layman in the Episcopal Church of America and was famous for his widespread philanthropic activities, his keen interest in charitable work and his gifts to education. He received from the Emperor of China the Order of the Double Golden Dragon in recognition of his gifts to education in Peking. Residence: Tuxedo park, Tuxedo, Orange County, New York. || Burke’s American Families With British Ancestry, Genealogical Pub Co, Baltimore, 1983, p. 2796.~ ¶William Gilman Low, A.B., LL.B., A.M., of Brooklyn, NY, elected a Pilgrim Tercentenary member 5-7-1919, was born in Brooklyn 4-9-1844, the son of William Henry and Anne Davison (Bedell) Low, and died at his summer home at Bristol, RI, 6-28-1936. ¶ He traced his descent from 1)Thomas Low, a native of England, who married first, at Polstead, Co. Suffolk, England, 6-22-1630, Margaret Todd, came to New England and settled at Chebacco parish, Ipswich, where he died 9-5-1677, through 2) Thomas, 1631-1712, of Chebacco parish, Ipswich, deacon, selectman, a soldier in King Philip’s War, who married Martha Boreman, 3)David Low, 1667-1746, of Chebacco parish, a sergeant in 1690 in the expedition under Sir William Phipps, to Canada, whose wife was Mary Lamb, 4) David Low, 1700-1771, of Chebacco parish, maltster, a soldier in the expedition against Crown Point in 1756, who married Susanna Low, 5) Capt. David, 1728-1782, of Chebacco parish, an officer in the Revolution, whose wife was Abigail Choate, 6) David Low of Gloucester and Haverhill, Mass, a soldier at the Battle of Bunker Hill, master mariner, who married Hannah Haskell, 7) Seth Low, 1782-1853, of Gloucester, Mass, and Brooklyn, NY whose wife was Mary Porter, and 8) William Henry, his father, who was born at Salem, Mass, 2-1-1816, married in Brooklyn on 5-3-1842 to Anne Davison Bedell (born East Rockaway, Queens Co., NY 4-12-1819, died Newport, RI 9-4-1890, daughter of Mott and Phebe (Davidson) Bedell), and died in New York City on 3-22-1845.........|| New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 90 (1936), p. 292-293. ¶ William Gillman Low of Brooklyn, NY was born in Brooklyn 4-9-1844 and died at Bristol, RI 6-28-1936. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 91 (1937), p. 145. ¶ William Gilman Low, A.B., LL.B., A.M., of Brooklyn, NY, elected a Pilgrim Tercentenary member 5-7-1919, was born in Brooklyn 4-9-1844, the son of William Henry and Anne Davison (Bedell) Low, and died at his summer home at Bristol, RI, 6-28-1936. ¶ He traced his descent from 1)Thomas Low, a native of England, who married first, at Polstead, Co. Suffolk, England, 6-22-1630, Margaret Todd, came to New England and settled at Chebacco parish, Ipswich, where he died 9-5-1677, through 2) Thomas, 1631-1712, of Chebacco parish, Ipswich, deacon, selectman, a soldier in King Philip’s War, who married Martha Boreman, 3)David Low, 1667-1746, of Chebacco parish, a sergeant in 1690 in the expedition under Sir William Phipps, to Canada, whose wife was Mary Lamb, 4) David Low, 1700-1771, of Chebacco parish, maltster, a soldier in the expedition against Crown Point in 1756, who married Susanna Low, 5) Capt. David, 1728-1782, of Chebacco parish, an officer in the Revolution, whose wife was Abigail Choate, 6) David Low of Gloucester and Haverhill, Mass, a soldier at the Battle of Bunker Hill, master mariner, who married Hannah Haskell, 7) Seth Low, 1782-1853, of Gloucester, Mass, and Brooklyn, NY whose wife was Mary Porter, and 8) William Henry, his father, who was born at Salem, Mass, 2-1-1816, married in Brooklyn on 5-3-1842 to Anne Davison Bedell (born East Rockaway, Queens Co., NY 4-12-1819, died Newport, RI 9-4-1890, daughter of Mott and Phebe (Davidson) Bedell), and died in New York City on 3-22-1845.........|| New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 90 (1936), p. 292-293.~


William Lewis Lowe, husband of Hester Luce Rabb, is mentioned as a member of the New England Historical and Genealogical Society. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 108 (1954), p. 135.~


William Low, son of Mary Low, was received for baptism 7-27-1707 at 1st Church of Wells, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.75 (1921), p.45.~


William Low. Capt Samuel Low’s Co, Col. Benjamin Simonds’s (Berkshire Co) regt; enlisted 8-14-1777; discharged 8-19-1777; service, 6 days, at Bennington. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1034.


William Low. List of men raised to serve in the Continental Army from Col. Jonathan Cogswell’s regt, as returned to Michael Farley, dated Ipswich, May 14, 1778; engaged for town of Ipswich; joined Capt. Ebenezer Holden’s Co, Col. Nixson’s regt; term, during war; reported a transient. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1034.


William Low died age 9-3-1820 at the workhouse of consumption. Aged 25 yrs. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts to The End of The Year 1849. Vol. VI - Deaths, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1925, 974.45/S1, V2E, p.359.~


William Low. His widow, Anna, died 8-25-1826, aged 72 yrs, in Rockport, MA. [Sandy Bay Cemetery stone] || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p.103.~


William Low died 1-8-1822, aged 46 yrs. Was supposed to have been washed overboard near Cape Cod from Schr Juno. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol V - Deaths, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 408.


William Low, Militia R: Brunswick; Militia-Brunswick || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 493.


William Low, of Clinton, ME. Husband of Alice A., aged 30y. U.S.C. (1850 census?) || Unknown source. From a book, page heading "Clinton Births". Provided by Erik Bittner, p. 82~ William Low. Alice A. ______, w. of William, of Clinton, ME, aged 31 yrs, in N.H., u.s.c. (1850 census?) || Unknown source. From a book, page heading "Clinton Births". Provided by Erik Bittner, p. 82~


William Low. Corporal; company order on Henry Garner, Treasurer, payable to John Hayes, dated North Yarmouth, 10-16-1775, for wages for 2 months service in Capt. Benjamin Parker’s Co on the seacoast in Cumberland Co; also, Capt. Benjamin Parker’s Co; enlisted 7-3-1775; service to 12-31-1775, 6 months 13 days; company stationed on seacoast in Cumberland Co; roll sworn to at North Yarmouth. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1034. William Low, Corporal, MA; Capt Parker’s Co; 1S || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 493.


William Henry Low was born 11-17-1830, son of Richard and Margaret (Brown) Low. [Bible record in the possession of Miss Mary B. Chamberlain]. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 531.~ William Henry Low died about 4-13-1832, aged 17 months, son of Richard. [Salem Gazette Newspaper record] || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol V - Deaths, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 408.~


William Low. His wife, Susanna, died 10-18-1804, aged 27 years. [Howard Street Cemetery] || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol V - Deaths, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 408.


William Henry Low married 8-7-1823 Abigail Knapp. Intention also recorded. || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol III - Marriages, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 618.~


William Low int. marr 10-19-1805 Susanna Dennis of Ipswich, MA . Intention also recorded.|| Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol III - Marriages, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 618.~


William Lowe and Martha Mattingly, on 12-30-1806, were married in Prince George’s County, Maryland || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.73 (1919), p.262.~


William Low, Gunner, MA; Capt Lowell’s Co, 1S || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Fisher, p. 493.


William Low, 1 males 16+, 3 males-16, 5 females, Boston, Suffolk Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 187.


William Lowe married Mary Henry 4-19-1783 in Prince George’s County, Maryland || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.73 (1919), p.143.~


William Gilman Low2 (son of William Gillman Low1), A.M. (1899), LL.B. (1900), of Tuxedo Park, Tuxedo, Orange County, New York, Lawyer, Director of the Home Life Insurance Co. Of New York for thirty years, now Senior Director. Mr. W.G. Low has been identified with welfare work, particularly in connection with the YMCA, served during the Great War as a member of the Executive Committee of the Red Triagle, and as Chief, Intelligence Service, b. 6-24-1875; educ. Yale and Columbia University, B.A. (1897); married 4-19-1901 to Rhoda, daughter of Herbert Marshall Howe. His children are: 1)William Gilman Low (Liddell’s Pond, Morristown, NJ), b. 1-23-1902/ m. 6-24-1925 to Sybil E. Hyde (their Children being: William Gilman Low, and David Hyde Low); and 2)Rhoda Low (b. 11-2-1905) ¶ His lineage: Thomas Low, the founder of this family in America (name sometimes spelt Lowe or Loe), whose family probably originated near Boxford, Suffolk. He emigrated to Chebacco, Essex, Mass, in a company of settlers led by the Rev. Nathaniel Rogers, which sailed from Gravesend, 6-1-1636, arriving in Massachusetts Bay later in the same year. He was granted, according to Schofield’s Records, ten acres of land, (b. 1605, married to Margaret, daughter of Ananias Todd, of Polstead Hall, Boxford). || Burke’s American Families With British Ancestry, Genealogical Pub Co, Baltimore, 1983, p. 2796.~


William E. Lowe of New York, married Mary W. Wheeler on 11-7-1872. || The Genealogical and Encyclopedic History of the Wheeler Family in America, American College of Genealogy, Albert Wheeler, Jr., Boston, MA, 1914, p. 1090.~


William Low and his family are listed in the 1800 Census, Pleasant Hill Township, Pike County, IL, on 8-19-1800. William Low, age 40, Farmer, place of birth: Maine. His wife, Ann Low, age 39, place of birth: Maine. Children: J. Low (Joseph?), age 15, B: Maine; J. Low (James?), age 12, B:Maine; H. Low (William Henry?), age 10, born: Maine; and J. Low (John?), age 4, born: Illinios. || Copy of census page provided by Erik Bittner.~


William Low: Oath of Enlistment and Allegiance. Residence listed as Lawrence, MA. Born: Haverhill, Mass.; occupation: Laborer. Enlisted 9-14-1871 in Boston, MA. as a soldier in the army. He stated that he was 21 yrs of age on that date. He had grey eyes, dark hair and ruddy complexion. He was 5 feet 7 inches tall. He was enlisted by Cpt. Joseph Bush, 22nd? Regt of “Inft. R.” and assigned to the 4th (or, maybe ‘H’) regiment of Arty? Batty H., US Army. He stated on the 'Declaration of Recruit" that he was not married at the time and did not have children. Haverhill is within a mile or so of the border with N.H.. Lawrence is about 6 miles south of Haverhill. Born about 1850. || Record Group 94, Military Records, National Archives, Wash, DC.


William Low. (Son of William Low and Sarah Proctor) Born Essex, MA, 4-19-1781, died 12-29-1866, was married to Polly Giddings of Essex, Born 1-10-1781, died 2-19-1867. See notes on Ariel Low of Boston. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Necrology of Historic Genealogical Society, Vol 41 (1887), p. 232.~


William Kinsley Low, A.B.; M.D., was a gradute of Brown University, RI. 1901. He was in the real estate business in Providence, RI. His address was 204 Westminster St., Providence, RI. || Historical Catalogue of Brown University, 1764-1904, Brown University, Providence, RI, 1905, p. 467.


William Henry Low was a non-graduating student at Brown University, RI 1869-1872. He was manager of Low's grand opera house, Providence, RI. He was born in Providence, RI on 5-5-1850; died in Providence, RI 9-8-1895. || Historical Catalogue of Brown University, 1764-1904, Brown University, Providence, RI, 1905, p. 657.


William Low, son of Jen. Low. Baptised: 11-3-1799 at the First Church of Barre, MA. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Births 1767-1831 Not Being on the Town Records, Vol 58 (1904), pg.60.


William Lowe, 1 males 16+, 4 males-16, 3 females, Ipswich, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 75.


William Edward Low, son of Rufus and Mary Eliza Low, was born 12-22-1842. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 17.~


William Low. Seaman, brig “Hazard”, commanded by Capt. John Foster Williams; engaged 5-10-1779; service to 9-6-1779, 3 mos 28 days; stature, 5 ft 1½ inch; nationality, American. Roll sworn to in Suffolk Co. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1034.


William Low. 2nd Sergeant, Capt. Bradbury Sander’s Co; engaged 1-12-1776; service to 2-29-1776, 1 month 19 days; company stationed at Gloucester for defense of seacoast. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1034.


William Low. 6th Quarter Gunner, Capt. Abner Lowell’s Co of matrosses; marched 7-1-1776; service to 12-31-1776, 6 months; company stationed at Falmouth, Cumberland Co; also, 4th Quarter Gunner, same Co; service from 1-1-1777, to 3-31-1777, 3 months; company stationed at Falmouth, Cumberland Co. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1034.


William Low, JR intended marriage Thankful Burnham on 5-28-1836. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 46.~ William Low, Jr. His wife, Thankful Low died 8-2-1838, aged 19 yrs. church record. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. 79.~


William Low, son of Alexander and Ann Low, died 9-19-1799, aged 7 yrs, 8 mos, 10 days. This data taken from burying grounds of Monmouth County, NJ. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.2 (1906)~


William Low int marr 4-19-1744 to Mary Maccallum of Boston . || Vital Records of Kingston, Plymouth County, MA to the year 1850, Kingston Marriages, p. 251.~


William Low(e), Kittery, was of the gr. jury 1662. || Genealogical Dictionary of New England. James Savage, Genealogical Pub. Co, 1965, Vol III, p. 125.


William Low, son of Jonathan, was baptised 2-24-1739/40 at the South Church of Portsmouth, NH (Rev. John Emerson - Minister) || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.81 (1927), p.446.~


William Low, Ipswich. Private, Capt. Jonathan Cogswell, Jr’s co, which marched on the alarm of 4-19-1775; service 3 days; also, Capt. Abraham Dodge’s co, Col. Moses Little’s (17th) regt; receipt for advance pay, signed by said Low, dated Cambridge, 6-23-1775; also, Corporal, same co. and regt.; muster roll dated 8-1-1775; enlisted 5-3-1775; service 12 weeks 6 days; also, company return endorsed “October the 9 1775"; age, 22 yrs; also, order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money dated 12-21-1775; also, Private, Capt. David Low’s (3rd) co, Col. Jonathan Cogswell’s (3rd Essex Co) regt; return of train band and alarm list, dated 4-30-1778; said Low reported as belonging to train band; also, same co. and regt; pay abstract for equipments, dated 8-21-1778. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1034.


William Low, Cape Ann. Capt John Row’s Co, Col. Ebenezer Bridge’s (27th) regt; receipt for advance pay, signed by said Low and others, dated Cambridge, 6-28-1775; also, Corporal, same co and regt; muster roll dated 8-1-1775; enlisted 5-29-1775; service, 2 mos 8 days; also, company return (probably Oct 1775); also, order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money dated Cambridge, 11-9-1775. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1033.


William A. Low. Context: Resolution 289 Accepting the Gift of William A. Low and Ida F. Baker of $135 to the North Burial Ground Fund. (Approved 8-10-1899). Resolved, That the gift of William A. Low and Ida F. Baker of the sum $135 to the Commissioners of the North Burial Ground, in trust, the income thereof to be applied under the provisions of chapter 367 of the public laws, to the preservation and care of the burial lot standing in the name of William A. Low and Ida F. Baker in said ground, be and the same is hereby accepted under the name of the William A. Low and Ida F. Baker Fund. || The Early Records of The Town of Providence Vol XIX, Being Offial Records and Documents of Title and Proceeding Relative to The North Burial Ground, City Council of Providence, Snow & Farnham Printers, 1906, p. 296-297.


William Low. Kettery. One of the grandjury in 1662. || Genealogical Guide to the Early Settlers of America. Henry Whittemore, Louis H. Cornish Publisher, NY, p. 335.


William Low, Chelsea. Private, Capt. Samuel Sprague’s (Chelsea) co, which marched on the alarm of 4-19-1775; discharged 5-16-1775; service, 1 mo; reported as belonging to alarm list. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1033.


William L. Low, of Mercer, ME. Intention of marriage to Miss Olive M. Kilgore of Mercer. 8-27-1847. || Unknown source. Provided by Eric Bittner.~


William C. Lowe (B:1800, D: 1886) married Lydia Cook (B: New York, ca 1798; D: 1884. Lydia’s sister was Elizabeth (B: NY, 11-25-1794; D: in Lenawee County Mich 6-18-1866) who married in Elmira, NY 11-2-1815 John Hathorne Carpenter. Lydia’s parents were: Moses Bassett Cook (prob born New Marlboro, MA; D: Lenawee County, Mich 8-9-1839) who married 12-14-1788 Phebe Perkins (B: Lebanon, Conn 3-12-1748/49; D: Lenawee County, Mich 8-11-1837). || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 126 (1972), p. 178-179. ~


William Low of Amherst. His widow, Elizabeth (Crosby) Low, died at Concord, NH 3-26-1836, age 76 yrs. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 92 (1938), p. 323.~


William Lowe, 2 males 16+, 4 males-16, 3 females, Gloucester, Essex Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 70.


William Low (Son of Caleb Low and wife, Abigail (daughter of Thomas and Abigail Varney)). Born 5-27-1754 (prob. In Essex or Ipswich, MA). Married to Sarah Proctor. See notes on Ariel Low of Boston || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Necrology of Historic Genealogical Society, Vol 41 (1887), p. 232.~


William Low of Salem, a minor, and a son of David Low, late of Haverhill and deceased, changed his name TO William Henry Low. 6-14-1814. || List of Persons Whose Names Have Been Changed in Massachusetts, 1780-1892, Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, 1972, p. 27.


William Low, 3 males 16+, 4 males-16, 4 females, Lunenburg, Worcester Co. 1790 census. || Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Massachusetts, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1966., P. 227.


William Low, died in Rockport, MA on 11-25-1827, aged 78 yrs [Sandy Bay Cemetery stone]. || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p.103.~


William Harrison Lowe, son of Nathaniel and Martha Lowe, was born in Rockport, MA on 12-22-1840. || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. 28.~


William Low, son of John and Hannah Low, was born 1-29-1832. || Vital Records of Lynn Massachusetts to the end of the year 1849. Vol 1- Births, Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1905, p. 248.~


Wilson Low, son of Hooper and Elizabeth Low, was born on 7-13-1751 in Warren, RI || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages, and Deaths, A Family Registry For The People, James N. Arnold, Providence, RI, Narragansett Historical Pub. Co, 1894, p. 76.~


Wilson Low. Adams. List of men raised for the 6 months service and returned by Brig. Gen Paterson as having passed muster in a return dated Camp Totoway, 10-25-1780; also, pay roll for 6 months men raised by the town of Adams for service in the Continental Army during 1780; marched 6-30-1780; discharged 1-6-1781; service, 6 months 13 days, including travel (140 miles) home.; also, Private, Capt. Timothy Remick’s co, Col. Joseph Vose’s (1st) regt; muster roll for Jan 1781, dated West Point; enlisted 7-8-1780; discharged 1-6-1781; also, receipt dated Adams, 5-5-1781, for bounty paid said Low by Ellis Todd, on behalf of the town of Adams, to serve in the Continental Army for the term of 3 years; also, descriptive list dated Lenox, 8-20-1781, of men raised in Berkshire Co, agreeable to resolve of 12-2-1780, and delivered to William Walker, superintendent for said county; Capt. Low’s co, Col. Simonds’s regt; age, 23 yrs; stature, 5 ft 8 in; complexion, ruddy; hair, dark; occupation, laborer; residence, Adams; enlisted for town of Adams; enlistment, 3 years; reported receipted for by Capt. Smith; also, Private, Capt. Timothy Remick’s Co, Col. Joseph Vose’s (1st) regt; muster roll for May 1781; enlisted 2-26-1781; also, muster rolls for June and July 1781, dated Camp Phillipsborough; also, muster roll for Aug 1781; also, muster roll for Sept 1781, dated Peekskill; also, muster rolls for Oct and Nov 1781, Jan and Feb 1782, dated York Hutts. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. 1034-1035.


Wilson Low, Mass, S42880 (Pension application number) || Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. 348.


Wilson Low, son of Hooper and Elizabeth Low, was born 1-5-1758 in Warren, RI. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages, and Deaths, A Family Registry For The People, James N. Arnold, Providence, RI, Narragansett Historical Pub. Co, 1894, p. 76.~


Winthrop Low is mentioned as the son of Stephen Low of Ipswich and the inheritor of land that had been owned by Stephen Low. || Ipswich in the Massachusetts Bay Colony 1633-1700, Thomas Franklin Waters, Ipswich Historical Soc. Ipswich, MA 1905, p.439.


Winthrop Low. Civil War Service. Date of muster 8-8-1862. Age 31. Company K. 2nd Regt. Service terminated 9-22-1862- disabled. || IPSWICH IN THE MASSACHUSETTS BAY COLONY, VOL 2, 1700-1917, A History of the Town, Thomas Franklin Waters, 1917, Ipswich Historical Society, Ipswich, Mass., p. 669.~


Nathan Low, son of Nathan and Lucy (Lord) Low, born in Ipswich, October 18, 1765. ||Boxford, MA Town Clerk. Vital Records.~


Caleb Low born December 24, 1767, son of Nathan and Lucy (Lord) Low. ||Boxford, MA Town Clerk. Vital Records.~


James Low, born June 17, 1770, son of Nathan and Lucy (Lord) Low. ||Boxford, MA Town Clerk. Vital Records.~


Daniel Low, born October 20, 1772, son of Nathan and Lucy (Lord) Low. ||Boxford, MA Town Clerk. Vital Records.~


Jeremiah Low, born April 6, 1777, son of Nathan and Lucy (Lord) Low. ||Boxford, MA Town Clerk. Vital Records.~


Solomon Low, born April 9, 1782, son of Nathan and Lucy (Lord) Low. ||Boxford, MA Town Clerk. Vital Records.~


Joseph Low, born December 28, 1784, son of Nathan and Lucy (Lord) Low. ||Boxford, MA Town Clerk. Vital Records.~


William Low, born June 2, 1775, son of Nathan and Lucy (Lord) Low. ||Boxford, MA Town Clerk. Vital Records.~


Jeremiah Low, born August 6, 1779, son of Nathan and Lucy (Lord) Low. ||Boxford, MA Town Clerk. Vital Records.~


Daniel Low, born May 28, 1806, son of Joseph L. and Sally (Wood) Low. ||Boxford, MA Town Clerk. Vital Records.~


William Low, born September 30, 1807, son of Solomon and Huldah Kimball Low. ||Boxford, MA Town Clerk. Vital Records.~


Mary Ann Low, born June 16, 1815, daughter of Solomon and Dolly Wood Low. ||Boxford, MA Town Clerk. Vital Records.~


Mary Ann Low, born July 3, 1837, daughter of William and Lucinda (Warren) Low. ||Boxford, MA Town Clerk. Vital Records.~


Solomon Warren Low, born April 4, 1839, son of William and Lucinda (Warren) Low. ||Boxford, MA Town Clerk. Vital Records.~


Lucinda Lowe (stet), born October 1, 1843, daughter of William and Lucinda (Warren) Low. ||Boxford, MA Town Clerk. Vital Records.~

Lucinda Nice Lowe (stet), born August 4, 1847, daughter of William and Lucinda (Warren) Low. ||Boxford, MA Town Clerk. Vital Records.~


Nathan Low. His wife, Lucy Lord Low, died September 10, 1833. ||Boxford, MA Town Clerk. Vital Records.~


Solomon Low. His wife, Huldah died September 24, 1808. ||Boxford, MA Town Clerk. Vital Records.~


Solomon Low died March of 1862. ||Boxford, MA Town Clerk. Vital Records.


Solomon Low. His wife, Dolly Wood Low, died May 10, 1817. ||Boxford, MA Town Clerk. Vital Records.~


Lucinda Low, daughter of William and Lucinda Low, died November 1843. ||Boxford, MA Town Clerk. Vital Records.~


Nathan Low. Born March 24, 1805, Deer Isle, ME || Town of Deer Isle. Town Clerk. Vital Records.~


Thomas Thompson Low, son of Nathan & Rebekka Low, Born October 8, 1802, Deer Isle, ME || Town of Deer Isle. Town Clerk. Vital Records.~


Major Nathan Low, died May 13, 1859, Deer Isle, ME || Town of Deer Isle. Town Clerk. Vital Records.


Othel E. Low married Betty Jane McDonald December 7, 1962 in Pittsfield, Illinois || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. Record #238/150. ~ Othel E. Low: According to Mary Lowe (Mrs. Elmer Lowe) in Sept. 1997, Othel is “no relation. He was a bum....some truck driver that came to town and married the first woman who’d have him.” Mary’s word is gospel.


Arthur Bingham Lowe10 (Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) married Miss Mayme Landess, license issued 12/24/1913, married 12/24/1913 by Walter L. Turney, cert returned 1/7/1914 || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. Record # 213/1324. Arthur Bingham Lowe10 (Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1): Birth Record: Arthur B. Low, Male, 10th Child, B: 3/23/1892 in Newburg Township; Father: Bingham Low, Farmer, 38; Mother: Mary Lowe, 38 || Pittsfield, IL Town Records~


William Wayne Lowe12 (Earl Wayne11, Arthur10,Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) married Norma Jean Allen, license issued 5/21/1965, married 5/22/1965 by Duane E. Moss, minister, cert returned 5/24/1965. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. Record # 250/52.~


Paul E. Lowe10 (Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) married Esther A. Ward, license issued 3/8/1913, married on 3/9/1913 by George E. Ramisberger, M.G., cert returned 3/12/1913. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. Record # 205/1180~


Edward Lowe10 (Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) married Mabel Hayden, license issued 12/5/1923, married on 12/5/1923 by William G. Pulliam, M.G., cert returned 12/8/1923 || Pittsfield, Il Town Records. Record # 3/176. ~ Edward Low10 married Stella Clough, license issued 9/8/1909, married on 9/8/1909 by F.L. Hanscom, M.G., cert returned 9/11/1909. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. Record # 170/546. ~ Edward Low10 married Ettie Carrell (Nettie Carrell’s twin sister), license issued 2/24/1904, married 2/25/1904 by J.H. Davis, M.G., cert returned 2/26/1904. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. Record # 105/1430.~


Kevin Grant Lowe12 (Earl Wayne11, Arthur10, Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) married Rebecca Sue Barton, license issued 6/14/1973, married on 6/16/1973 by Donald L. Crater, minister, cert returned 6/21/1973. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. Record # 291/76.~


Jacob Arthur Lowe12 (Hayward11, Arthur10, Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) married Kathleen Ann Drew, license issued 3/10/1971, married on 3/13/1971 by Herman Nieburgge, Priest, cert returned 3/16/1971. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. Record # 278/41.~


Lena Lowe11 (Frank10, Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). Birth Record: Lena Lowe, Female, 4th Child, B: 9/25/1902; Newburg Township; Father: Frank M. Lowe, 30, Farmer; Mother: Louella Lowe (Hoos), 30.|| Pittsfield, IL Town Records~


Florine Fay Lowe11 (Charles Doss10, Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). (Twin of Florence). Birth Record: Florine Fay Lowe, female, 3rd Child, B: 9-21-1904, Pittsfield, IL; Father: Charles Doss Lowe, farmer, 24; Mother: Nettie Carrell, 26 || Pittsfield, IL Town Records.~


Florence Fae Lowe11 (Charles Doss10, Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). (Twin of Florine). Birth Record: Florence Fae Lowe, female, 4rd Child, B: 9-21-1904, Pittsfield, IL; Father: Charles Doss Lowe, farmer, 24; Mother: Nettie Carrell, 26 || Pittsfield, IL Town Records.~


Luretta Fae Lowe11 (Frank10, Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). Birth Record: Luretta Fae Lowe, Female, 5th Child, B: 6/10/1905; Newburg Township; Father: Frank M. Lowe, 29, Farmer; Mother: Louella Lowe (Hoos), 29. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records~


Elmer Vernon Lowe11 (Leland S.10, Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). Birth Record: Elmer Vernon Lowe, Male, 1st Child, Pittsfield, IL, B: 11/23/1906; Father: Leland S. Low, 20, Farmer; Mother: Alice Sackett, 19 || Pittsfield, IL Town Records.~


Frank Lewis Lowe11 (Frank10, Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). Birth Record: Frank Lewis Lowe, Male, 6th Child, B: 3/10/1908; Newburg Township; Father: Frank Lowe, 35, Farmer; Mother: Louella Hoos, 35. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records.~


Edgar Russell Lowe11 (Edward10, Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). Birth Record: Edgar Russell Lowe, Male, 1st child, DOB: 9/26/1910, Pittsfield, IL; Father: EDGAR Lowe, 28, farmer; Mother: Stella May Clough, 24. (BL: This birth record shows the father’s name as ‘Edgar’. This is odd. Father ‘Edgar’ should be “Edward”. Also interesting, father Edward’s birth record shows his name was originally ‘Edgar’, but someone crossed ‘Edgar’ out on the ORIGINAL birth record and wrote in ‘Edward’. Apparently, Uncle Ed was originally ‘Edgar’, then named his first son by his original name. See record for Clarence William Lowe.) || Pittsfield, IL Town Records.~


Clarence William Lowe11 (Edward10, Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). Birth Record: Clarence William Lowe, male, 2nd child, DOB: 11/8/1913, Pittsfield, IL; Father: Edgar Lowe, farmer, 31; Mother: Stella May Clough, 27. (BL: This birth record shows the father’s name as ‘Edgar’. This is odd. Father ‘Edgar’ should be “Edward”. Also interesting, father Edward’s birth record shows his name was originally ‘Edgar’, but someone crossed ‘Edgar’ out on the ORIGINAL birth record and wrote in ‘Edward’. Apparently, Uncle Ed was originally ‘Edgar’. See record for his son, Edgar Russell Lowe.) || Pittsfield, IL Town Records.~


Hayward Arthur Lowe11 (Arthur10, Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). Birth Record: Hayward Arthur Lowe, male, 1st child, DOB: 2/27/1915; father: Arthur B. Lowe, farmer, 23; Mother: Mayme Landess, 21. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records.~


Anna Mary Lowe11 (Paul10, Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). Birth Record: Anna Mary Lowe, female, 1st Child, DOB: 6/11/1914, Pittsfield, IL; Father: Paul Lowe, farmer, 20; Mother: Esther Anna Ward, 20|| Pittsfield, IL Town Records~


Glen Lyndle Lowe11 (Frank10, Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). Birth Record: Glen Lyndle Lowe, Male, 7th Child, DOB: 7/4/1911, Pittsfield, IL, Father: Frank Lowe, 38, farmer; Mother: Louella Lowe (Hoos), 38. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records~


Dennis Kay Lowe12 (Warren11, Arthur10, Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) married Sharon Patricia Hassett, license issued 4/14/1969, married on 4/14/1969 by Ronald G. Barteus, minister, cert returned 4/16/1969. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. Record # 268/28.~


Bingham Bruce Lowe12 (Earl Wayne11, Arthur10, Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) married Charlotte Ann Barton, license issued 5/12/1967, married on 5/13/1967 by Prentice Douglas, Minister, cert returned 5/18/1967. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. Record # 259/50.~


Leland S. Lowe10 (Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) married Alice Sackett, license issued 5/15/1906, married on 5/16/1906 by J. Kirkpatrick, M.G., cert returned 5/18/1906. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. Record # 132/1915.~


O.D. Low [BL: 9/97, I have no idea who this is] married Eliza L. Whittaker, license issued 9/20/1900, married on 9/20/1900 by John Penn, J.P., cert returned 9/22/1900. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. Record # 52/474.


Charles Low [BL: 9/97, I have no idea who this is] married Miss Josephine Smith, license issued 3/8/1886, married 3/19/1886 by A. Goron, P.M., cert returned 3/23/1886. Could be Joseph F. Low + Seraphina Smith’s son, but he was married to Miss Lizzie Booth on 2/6/1884 and I didn’t find a death record for Lizzie. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. Record # 139/914.~


Charles Low2 (Joseph F. Low1 + Seraphina Smith Low) married Miss Lizzie Booth, license issued 2/5/1884, married 2/6/1884 by N. Ferris, J.P, cert returned 2/11/1884. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. Record # 107/355.~


James Low7 (James6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) His widow, Mary Wyman, had daughter: Mary F. Jellerson who married Josiah G. Cooley, license issued 7/8/1857, married on 7/9/1857 by Calvin Greenleaf, cert returned 8/8/1857. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. Record # 246/1878. James Low7 (James6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) Widow’s death record: Mary Jellerson, died 12/24/1887, 1 am; Widow; born: Maine; Nationality: U.S.; Died of bronchitis, suffered 10 days; buried in West Cemetery, Pittsfield, on 12/25/1887. || Pitssfield, IL Town Records.~ James Low7 (James7, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). His widow’s son by second marriage: Charles H. Jellerson married Cordelia J. Ballinger, license issued 11/7/1861, married 11/7/1861 by Niles Hirnn. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. Record # 31/3028.

Martha Low [BL 9/97: I have no idea who this is] married Benjamin Johnson, license issued 4/6/1854, married 4/6/1854 by Burr H. Swan, J.P., cert returned 4/7/1854. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. Record # 200/970.~


James Low III8 (James7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). His 2nd wife had daughter by first marriage: Elizabeth Montgomery married Mr. James Robinson, license issued 3/1/1854, married 3/2/1854 by Wilson Chapman, M.G., cert returned 3/20/1854. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. Record # 198/945. James Low III8 (James7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) married Margaret Montgomery, license issued 6/30/1843, married 7/1/1843 by Joel Harvey, M.G., cert returned 7/5/1843. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. Record # 80/899. James Low III8 (James7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) married Elizabeth Houston, license issued 9/8/1841, married 9/9/1841 by Harlan Redfield, M.G., cert returned 10/9/1841. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. Record # 66/736. James Low III8 (James7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). A possible connection to his wives: Louisa E. Houston married Samuel S. Seeds, license issued 7/30/1870, marr 8/1/1870 by S. Carr, M.G., cert returned 8/1/1870. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records James Low III8 (James7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). A possible connection to his wives: Jane Houston married Tyre Blake, license issued 12/7/1871, married 12/7/1871 by Madison Chapman, JP, cert returned 12/7/1871. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. James Low III8 (James7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). A possible connection to his wives: William Houston married Meara Whitterman, lic issued 4/21/1837, married 4/26/1837, cert returned 5/18/1837. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. James Low III8 (James7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). Possible relation to wives: Death record: Lee Roy Huston, D: 5/20/1880, 8pm, 2 yrs 9mo, 7 days; Born: Illinois; died from 5 hrs of convulsions. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. James Low III8 (James7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). Possible relation to wife Margaret: Death record: David Montgomery, D: 6/5/1880, 11A.M., 79 yrs, 10 mos, 5 days; died of old age; Born in Tennessee; married; died in Chambersburg, Illinois || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. James Low III8 (James7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). Death record of wife, Margaret: Margaret Low, Died 8/20/1882, 1 pm; 64 yrs, 11 mos, 10 days; married; died in Newburg Township of acute bronchitis complicated by asthma. Suffered 4 years. Death in 5 days. Buried in Low’s Cemetery on Aug 21. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records James Low III8 (James7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). Death Record: James Low, died 9/2/1889, 10 am, 73 yrs, 4 mo, 25 days, Farmer, widower, B: Maine; D: Newburg Township of Typhoid Dysentery; suffered 12 or 13 days; Buried: Low Cemetery, Sunny Hill || Pittsfield, IL Town Record James Low III8 (James7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1). Possible relation of wives: Death record - Mary L. Houston, D: 9/18/1889, 9 am; 61 yrs, 3 mo, 12 d; married; Born: New Hampshire, D: Griggsville of cerebral apoplexy. Death immediate; Buried in Griggsville 9/20/1889. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records.~


Clara F. Lowe. (BL: I have no idea who this is) Death record: Died 10/11/1890, 28 yrs, 9 mo, 16 days; married; B: Illinois; Died of “Brown ca? Phihisis”, suffered 3 days; Buried: Benville on 10/12/1890 || Pittsfield, IL Town Records.


Catherine Lowe. (BL. I HAVE NO IDEA WHO THIS IS). Death Record: Catherine Lowe, Died 1 year old on 3/2/1885, 9 AM; duration of illness: 6 days; died of Cerebral Spinal Menengitis; Buried in Taylor Cemetery. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records


Sarah Elizabeth Low. [BL: I have no idea who this is, BUT JAMES MUST HAVE BROUGHT HER FROM MAINE: 1849!] married John Decker, license issued 4/27/1844, married 4/29/1849, cert returned 5/14/1849. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. Record # 139/1727.~


Bingham James Low9 (James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) married Mary D. Culver, license issued 2/7/1872, married 2/8/1872 by Joseph Troutner, J.P., cert returned 6/15/1872. || Pittsfield, IL Town Record. Record # 209/575. Bingham James Low9 (James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) Possible connection to his wife: J.C. Culver married Miss Martha J. Bader, lic issued 2/10/1872, married 2/11/1872 by L. Smith, M.G., cert returned 2/12/1872. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. Bingham James Low9 (James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) Possible connection to his wife: Jay L. Culver married Semantha Bryson, license issued 8/25/1877, married 8/25/1877 by G.W. Patterson, P.M., cert returned 8/25/1877. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records.~


Francis M. Low2 (William1 + Sarah, BOTH OF MAINE) married Ellen Pruett, license issued 7/4/1876, married 7/20/1876 by J.W. Boren, J.P., cert returned 7/20/1876. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. Record # 278/742.~


Mary Ellen Low9 (James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) married Napoleon Bonaparte Greathouse, license issued 7/17/1862, married 7/17/1862 by E. W. Hickerson, J.P. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. Mary Ellen Low9 (James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) Possible connection to her husb: In the Pittsfield West Cemetery: Nellie Greathouse 1869-1942; she is next to Cecile May Groom 1891-1955 and (husb) Hurly Groom 1881-1970. || Pittsfield, IL Cemetery Stone Mary Ellen Low9 (James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) Possible connection to her husband: Elizabeth Greathouse married John Fry, license issued 1/28/1839, married 1/28/1839 by William Foreman, M.G., cert returned 2/4/1839. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records.~


James “Nim”Low9 ( James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) married Julia E. Webster, license issued 5/28/1866, married 5/28/1866 by E. Tuttle, J.P. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. Record # 106/239. James “Nim” Low9 ( James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) Death Record: Died Pike County, Pittsfield, Male, White, married - Julia Webster, DOB: 2/20/1846, Pike County, died 4/21/1927 aged 81 yrs, 1 mo., 1 day. of Chronic Myocarditis; farmer, Father: James Low, Maine; Mother: Margaret Huston, Indiana.; buried West Cemetery 4/29/1927;person who provided info: Gilbert G. Lowe of Pittsfield || Pittsfield, IL Town Records Reg. Dist. No. 1031, Reg. 13. James “Nim” Low9 ( James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) His widow’s death Record: Julia E. Low, female, white, widow, DOB: 6/4/1848; Died 5/31/1944, 11:40am, age 95 yrs, 11 mo, 27 days, Born: Rushville, IL; Father: Isaac Webster; Mother: Cynthia Williams, Person who provided info: L.L. Low of Pittsfield (Lindon); Buried: West Cemetery, 6/2/1944, Plattner Funeral Home; Died from ‘exhaustion due to senility’ || Pittsfield, IL Town Records Reg. Dist No. 1031, Reg 45.~


Joseph F. Low (???) married Sarah F. Smith (BL: Seraphina Smith), license issued 1/12/1867, married 1/13/1867 by Thomas W. Jones, JP, cert returned 1/13/1867 || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. Record # 119/151.~


James B. Low intended marriage to Susan Irwin. The license was issued 1/15/1869, but the marriage did not take place and the cert was not returned. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. Record # 162/655.


Phoebe M. Low9 (James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) married Theodore W. Smith, license issued 8/2/1869, married 8/4/1869 by James M. Hicks, J.P., cert returned 8/4/1869. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. Record #169/778. Phoebe M. Low9 (James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) buried at Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Newburg, Pittsfield Il: Theodore W. Smith Co. E. 31st Ohio Reg. July 16, 1840 - July 10, 1901; Phebe M. (Low) Smith 10/2/1851-5/25/1917; Effie V. Smith 12/4/1873 || Pleasant Grove Cemetery Stones~


Gilbert G. Low [BL 9/97: I do not have idea who this person is] married Mary M. Scholl, license issued 11/12/1851, married 11/13/1851 by Hardin Wallis, M.G., cert returned 11/14/1851. ||Pittsfield, IL Town Records. Record # 166/392.


H.C. Low [BL 9/97: I do not have idea who this person is] married Mary Luzetta, licensed issued 6/18/1873, married 6/19/1873 by Robert Hounola, M.G., cert returned 6/20/1873. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. Record # 230/945.~


Wilson Low [BL: I have no idea who this is, BUT JAMES MUST HAVE BROUGHT HIM FROM MAINE: 1845!] married Mrs. Phebe Kinman, license issued 11/5/1845, married 11/20/1845 by James Grimes, J.P., cert returned 12/2/1845. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. Record # 99/1244.~


Lenna Low10 (Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) : Lennie B. Low, Female, 9th Child; Father’s age: 35; Mother’s age: 35, Mother: Mary Culver Low. No date given. (BL: She was born April 1889) || Pittsfield, IL Town Records.~


Edward Lowe10 (Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) was born 7/24/1882 in Newburg Township, Pike County, IL. Mother’s age at birth: 28. Sixth child. Father’s profession: Farmer. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. Record # 2687.~


George Arthur Lowe10 (Bingham9, James8-7-6, Nathan5, Caleb4, David3, Thomas2-1) was born in Newburg Township, Pike County, IL on Dec 1878. He died young. He was the 4th child of Bingham and Mary Culver Lowe. Mother’s age at birth: 25. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records. Record # 728.~


William W. Lowe (BL: I have no idea who this is.) married Harriet E. Bently, license issued 3/28/1843, married 3/30/1843, cert returned 12/2/1845. || Pittsfield, IL Town Records.~



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September 1655. Administration of Richard Low of Virginia, bachelor. (EEAC) Complete Book of Emigrants 1607-1776, Sec II, Ch. 50, 1655, p. 111.


2 August 1666. The following apprenticed in Bristol: Thomas Low to Richard Morgan, 4 years Barbados. (BR).The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec III, Ch 7, 1666, p. 61.


25 January 1671. The following apprenticed in Bristol: John Low to Edward Dyer, 4 years Barbados by Robert; William Thomas to John Beacon, 4 years Nevis by Gabriel, Mr. John Mash. (BR).The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec III, Ch 12, 1671, p.13.


4 October 1673. The following apprenticed in Bristol: Charles Harris to Jonah Quarrell, 4 years Barbados; William Low to William Jelfe, 4 years Maryland; Elizabeth Barnelines to Joseph Fookes, 4 years Barbados; Hannah Brideley to same, 4 years Barbados. (BR). The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec III, Ch 14, 1673, p 61.


19 October 1675. The following apprenticed in Bristol to go to Virginia by the Alithea: William Spuraway to Thomas Fisher, 5 years; Charles Low to William Tovy, 4 years. (BR).The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec III, Ch 16, 1675, p. 272.


26 September 1681-17 October 1681. Shippers by the Charles, Mr. Samuel Phillips, bound from London for Maryland: John Ladd, John Welsh, Thomas Turner, Henry Constable, George Webb, William Osbaldston, Nicholas Low. (PRO: E190/99/1).The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec III, Ch 22, 1681, p. 117.


Bound to John Thornbury for Jamaica: Elizabeth Low, aged 23; John Sherman, aged 38. The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec III, Ch 24, 1683, p. 433.


19 August 1684-24 September 1684. Shippers by the Thomas & Susan, Mr. David Edwards, bound from London for New England: James Blackman, Thomas Newman, Richard Bartlett, John Degrave, John Dunton, Richard Fawcet, Benjamin Dejeane, Nathaniel Low, William Barnes, Sefton Long, John Warner. (PRO: E190/124/1). The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec III, Ch 25, 1684, p. 283.


28 November 1684. The following apprenticed in London: Allian Keyr of London, labourer aged 35, and his son, Caleb Keyr, aged 15, to Robert Shanks, 4 years Jamaica; Peter Smith, aged 11, son of William S. of London, bricklayer, to Henry Low, merchant, 4 years Maryland. (LMWB14/77). The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec III, Ch 25, 1684, p. 474.


29 November 1684. The following apprenticed in London: Richard Dewhurst, aged 30, of London, labourer, to Henry Low, merchant, 4 years Maryland; George Wilson, aged 17, son of George W. of Buxton, Norfolk, husbandman, deceased, to Christopher Squire, 6 years Jamaica. (LMWB14/78).||The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec III, Ch 25, 1684, p. 474.


1-13 September 1686. The following apprenticed in Liverpool to Thomas Sandiford Jr. of Liverpool, merchant, to serve 4 years in Virginia or Maryland: Joseph Low of Ashton in Makerfield, [Lancashire], labourer aged 22; Margaret Thomas of Whitchurch, Shropshire, spinster aged 23; Thomas Jones of Northopp, Flint, milliner aged 22; Sarah Barber of Tamworth, Staffordshire, spinster aged 22. (LaRO: QSP 625/2). ||The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec III, Ch 27, 1686, p. 196.



27 February 1688. Shipper by the B[arbados?] Merchant, Mr. Edmond Copping, bound from London for Virginia: Joseph Low. (PRO: E190/145/1). ||The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec III, Ch 29, 1688, p. 17.


16 March 1698. The following apprenticed in Liverpool [to William Webster to serve in Virginia or Maryland]: Samuel Low of Knutsford, Cheshire, 4 years; Thomas Farrel of Dublin, [Ireland], 4 years. (LTB).|| The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec III, Ch 39, 1698, 37.


19 October 1698. The following apprenticed in Liverpool to go to Virginia by the Loyalty, Mr. Henry Browne: Ralph Kettle of Warmingham, Cheshire, 4 years; Robert Tongue of Farnworth near Manchester,

[Lancashire], 4 years; John Threlfell of Preston, gardener, 4 years; Charles Ellis of Macclesfield, 5 years; Alexander Sinkler of Glasgow, [Scotland], 4 years; John Wright of Middlesex, 4 years; William Taylor

of Scarbrick [Scarborough], [Yorkshire], 8 years; James Streete, 10 years; Thomas Walker of Ashton under Lyne, 7 years; John Walker of the same, 5 years; David Taylor of Mottram, Cheshire, 8 years; Charles Taylor of Mottram, 7 years; John Beecham of Cheshire, 4 years; George Low of Gawsworth, Cheshire, 10 years; George Brasfield, 11 years; John Carneagee of Aberdeen, Scotland, 4 years; John Harrison of Ashton under Lyne, 7 years; Robert Bower of Macclesfield, Cheshire, 7 years; James Bouldler of Augettree [?Oswestry], Shropshire, 4 years; John Dobson of Bolton, Lancashire, 4 years; Edward Thornicroft of Sutton, Cheshire, 5 years; Thomas Marland of Ashton under Lyne, 7 years; Humphrey Howell of Merioneth, 4 years; John Davies of Denbighshire, grocer, 4 years; Edward Perry of Denbighshire, 4 years; Thomas Upton of Prestbury, Cheshire, 10 years; John Wynn of Ruthin, Denbighshire, 5 years; Jonathan Clark of Little Messin, Lancashire, 7 years; Nathaniel Taylor of Mottram, Cheshire, 9 years; Thomas Taylor of Mottram, 11 years; Mathew Moreton of Prestbury, Cheshire, 4 years; Joseph Troughweare of Crosby, Cumberland, 4 years; William Kitchen of Erton, Cumberland, tailor, 4 years; Joyce Cooper of Caernarvonshire, 4 years; Henry Bell of Carlisle, 4 years; Thomas Wilding of Lichfield, [Staffordshire], (apprentice of William Bushell, mate of the Loyalty), 5 years; James Barton, apprentice of James Hawkshaw, to serve in Montserrat for four years. (LTB).|| The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec III, Ch 39, 1698, p. 157.


23 November 1699. The following apprenticed in Liverpool to Mr. Ralph Williamson [Master of the Robert & Elizabeth bound for Virginia]: Elizabeth Ellis of London, aged 20, for six years; Amie Pritchard of Holywell, [Flintshire], aged 23, for six years; James Stewart of Northumberland, aged 12, for ten years; Mary Howard of Wrightington, Lancashire, aged 25, for six years; Agnes Sherman of Mallerstang, Westmorland, aged 17, for six years; Jerome Taylor of Doncaster, Yorkshire, aged 26, for five years; John Lipscom of Sodbury near Bristol, aged 27, for five years; William Hussy of Wellington, Somerset, aged 20, for five years; Thomas Williams of Monmouth, aged 30, for four years; Ann Ellis of Leeds, Yorkshire, aged 23, for six years; Elizabeth Waters of Westhoughton, Lancashire, aged 22, for six years; John Glave of Hope, Flintshire, aged 19, for five years; Thomas Ascome of Padiham, Lancashire, aged 12, for twelve years; Arthur Dewhurst of Whiston, Lancashire, aged 10, for twelve years; Thomas Walker of Barnacre, Lancashire, aged 27, for four years; Mary Walker of Barnacre, aged 22, for four years; Thomas Widop of Wadworth, Yorkshire, aged 17, for seven years; John Williams of Mostyn, Flintshire, aged 14, for eight years; Hugh Kenardy of Scotland, aged 35, for five years; William Woolfet of Bolton, Lancashire, aged 15, for seven years; John Johnson of London, aged 22, for five years; Thomas Robinson of Richwood (sic), Oxfordshire, aged 25, for four years; Ann Hughes of Denbighshire, aged 23, for six years; Daniel Kennion of Bury, Lancashire, aged 18, for five years; John Murrough of Northumberland, aged 14, for ten years; Joshua Tunstall of Billing, [Lancashire], aged 18, for six years; Ann Penry of Rochdale, [Lancashire], aged 18, for six years; Adam Auger of Northumberland, aged 12, for eleven years; Charles Mendam of Norwich City, aged 19, for five years; John McDonell of Scotland, aged 19, for six years; John Alicer of Taunton, Somerset, aged 21, for five years; John Pennington of Little Emsell (sic), Yorkshire, aged 25, for five years; Thomas Hudson of Maun [Marr?], Yorkshire, aged 19, for five years; Robert Southworth of Kingsley, Staffordshire, aged 16, for seven years; John Low of Ashton, Lancashire, aged 30, for four years; Mary Statham of Lichfield, [Staffordshire], aged 20, for six years; Daniel Burridge of Shrewsbury,

[Shropshire], aged 26, for five years; Alexander Blandford of Plymouth, Devon, aged 22, for six years; Ellis Scowfield of Rochdale, [Lancashire], aged 25, for five years; John Ashworth of Rochdale, aged

30, for five years; Christopher Tyrer of West Derby, aged 18, for six years; James Thelwell of Cuerdale, [Lancashire], shoemaker aged 22, for five years; Ann Walker of Manchester, aged 19, for six years; Grace

Edmund of Caernarvonshire, aged 20, for six years; Thomas Ewes of Coleshill, Warwickshire, aged 20, for four years; Margaret Brown of Whicham, Cumberland, aged 18, for five years; Edward Gryffin of Carmarthen, aged 25, for five years; James Toppin of Garston, [Lancashire], aged 22, for four years; Mary Jones of London, aged 20, for five years; James Wilson of Cardigan, aged 24, for four years; William Plumb of Hollinfare (sic), aged 16, for nine years; William Sedden of Hinley [Hindley, Lancashire?], aged 20, for five years; Elizabeth Cotton of near Blackburn, [Lancashire]; John Wainwright of Halewood, [Cheshire], aged 11, for eleven years; Sarah Eaton of Budworth, [Cheshire], aged 20, for four years; Elizabeth Marsh of Budworth, aged 16, for six years; Thomas Mosse of Budworth, aged 16, for six years; Joseph Elwood, aged 19, for four years; John Beckett of York City, bricklayer aged 30, for four years; Joseph Briggs of Rochdale, [Lancashire], aged 18, for seven years; Isaac Harrison of

Ditton, [Cheshire], aged 13, for seven years; Thomas Daw of Burtonwood, Lancashire, aged 25, for five years; Jeremiah Cronage of Leeds, Yorkshire, aged 17, for four years. (LTB).|| The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec IV, Ch2, 1699, Addenda, p. 4.


8 March 1701. The following apprenticed in Liverpool to Mr. Thomas Heyes to serve in Antigua: John Low of Lancashire, aged 16, for six years; William Lealand of Bolton, Lancashire, aged 13, for seven years. (LTB).|| The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec IV, Ch 4, 1701, 19.


18 January 1703-9 April 1703. The following apprenticed in Liverpool to John Charters [to serve in the plantations]: James Low of Prescot, [Lancashire], aged 15, for four years; Mary Robinson of Thornton-le-

Moors, Cheshire, spinster aged 20, for four years; Elizabeth Wright of Liverpool, spinster aged 15, for four years; Jinnet Royal of Preston, Lancashire, spinster aged 19, for four years; Elizabeth Dixon of Lancaster Town, spinster aged 20, for four years; Mary Fletcher of Macclesfield, Cheshire, spinster aged 16, for four years; James Brown of Carlatton, Cumberland, aged 21, for four years; James Alderson of Helig in Sneidale (sic), Yorkshire, aged 22, for four years; John Hunter of Askrigg, Yorkshire, aged 18, for four years; Elizabeth Hughes of Wrexham, aged 21, for five years; Margaret Gaylen of Ruthin, [Wales], aged 36, for five years. (LTB).||The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec IV, Ch 6, 1703, p. 7.


2 February 1706-6 March 1706. The following apprenticed in Liverpool to Mr. Thomas Amery to serve for seven years in Virginia or Maryland: Ellen Low of Hay near Wigan, [Lancashire], aged 16; Margaret

Cholmondeley of Coate Cales, Lancashire, aged 20. (LTB). || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec IV, Ch 9, 1706, p. 27.


The following shipped from London to Virginia as indentured servants for four years by the Elizabeth, Mr. Alexander Leitch: John Hill of London, baker, aged 24; William Smith of Surrey, tailor, aged 42; William Morgan of Dublin, (Ireland), husbandman, aged 31; Thomas Weatherley of Kent, edge tool maker, aged 21; S. Wetherell of Lincolnshire, bricklayer, aged 31; Thomas Hanham of London, plasterer, aged 21; John Turner of London, cordwainer, aged 25; Edmund Deneau of Eaton (sic), schoolmaster, aged 45; John Howard of Surrey, smith, aged 25; Aaron Palpeman of Buckinghamshire, book-keeper, aged 29; John Carry of Fifeshire, (Scotland), stone mason, aged 24; William Emmins of Lincoln, husbandman, aged 27; Thomas Sewell of Westminster, (Middlesex), book-keeper, aged 22; Thomas Draper of London, silk dyer,

aged 22; Samuel Young of Westminster, (Middlesex), cordwainer, aged 21; William Wingfield of Berkshire, husbandman, aged 30; William Howard of Worcester, schoolmaster, aged 26; Robert Dellemore of London, brazier, aged 22; Robert Hoggart aged 21; Charles Taylor of London, bricklayer, aged 41; Thomas German of Ireland, schoolmaster, aged 26; Lewis Bryant of Bath, (Somerset), plasterer, aged 22; Robert Bagwell of Westminster, (Middlesex), schoolmaster, aged 23; William Rice of Essex, husbandman,

aged 26; John Saunders of London, peruke maker, aged 42; James Demsay of London, husbandman, aged 21; John Low of Hertfordshire, blacksmith, aged 23; Thomas Williams of London, labourer, aged 30; George Clark of Gloucestershire, stocking weaver, aged 18; Edward Pemberton of Stafford, blacksmith, aged 30; Patrick Reiley of Ireland, husbandman, aged 25; James Major of Ireland, butcher, aged 27; Thomas Stape of Somerset, woolcomber, aged 21; Isaac How of Suffolk, husbandman, aged 24; John Sangster of Reading, (Berkshire), carpenter, aged 21; John Patterson of Aberdeen, (Scotland), gardener aged 22; James Lambert of Middlesex, gardener, aged 21; John Asher of Edinburgh, (Scotland), gardener, aged 28; James Whitehead of Edinburgh, cordwainer, aged 27; Thomas McKoin of London, schoolmaster, aged 28; William Merssey of Buckinghamshire, husbandman, aged 23; William Gunn of Sunderland,

(Durham), husbandman, aged 32; Bartholomew Walker of Buckinghamshire, sawyer, aged 28; George Lambert of Westminster, (Middlesex), cordwainer, aged 25; Benjamin Richards of Deptford, (Kent), mast maker, aged 35; John Orpwood of Oxford, joiner, aged 25; Richard Hiller of London, necklace maker, aged 21; Thomas Thairjames of London, book-keeper, aged 21; Peter Westphal of London, husbandman, aged 24; Terence McDonald of London, painter, aged 30; John Thornber of London, peruke maker, aged 35; Charles Watson of Surrey, baker, aged 23; Benjamin Edwards of Somerset, broadcloth weaver, aged 22; Thomas Borden of Nottingham, husbandman, aged 21; William Allison of London, labourer,

aged 18. (EFE).|| The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec V, Ch 24, 1773, p. 97.


The following indentured servants bound for four years to go from London to Virginia by the Planter, Mr. David Bowers: Francis Simpson of Surrey, glass blower, aged 22; John Broomfield of Hereford, stocking weaver, aged 36; George Wild of York, groom, aged 21; Benjamin Badger of York, husbandman, aged 22; William Payne of London, clerk & book- keeper, aged 21; James Sutherland of London, cordwainer, aged 18; Edward Fitzpatrick of London, surgeon, aged 31; George Adams of Derby, husbandman, aged 25; William Coventry of Southwark, (Surrey), ropemaker, aged 27; John Connery of Southwark, peruke maker, aged 40; Alexander Burnett of Westminster, (Middlesex), clerk & book-keeper, aged 25; John Tran of Southwark, (Surrey), carpenter & joiner, aged 20; James Packer of London, founder, aged 20; Edward Dougharty of London, gardener, aged 20; George Boorer of London, clerk & book-keeper, aged 24; Frederick Pampe of London, watch & clock maker, aged 22; Mark Mitchell of London, peruke maker, aged 19; James Owen of London, bricklayer, aged 21; Robert Cowdell of Leicester, stocking weaver, aged 17; Lawrence Bagnall of Birmingham, (Warwickshire), buckle maker, aged 28; John Turner of London, cordwainer, aged 27; John Kennelly of London, bricklayer, aged 21; William Dunn of Durham, bricklayer, aged 36; Roger Nichols of Wiltshire, breeches maker, aged 40; Joseph Ormond of Middlesex, hat maker, aged 24; Thomas Rand of Ireland, butcher, aged 22; William Sibery of London, weaver, aged 17; Peter Cooley of London, weaver, aged 38; Peter Cooley Jr. of London, weaver, aged 18; John Cooley of London, weaver, aged 16; Joseph Cooley of London, weaver, aged 12; Robert Innis of Bristol, groom, aged 23; Benjamin Ogle of Newcastle, (Northumberland), pipe maker, aged 23; James Freeman of Northampton, blacksmith, aged 20; Benjamin Thompson of London, clock & watch maker, aged 27; Richard Harris of Worcester, husbandman, aged 29; Daniel Lakeman of London, cabinet maker, aged 22; William Hood of Northampton, husbandman, aged 29; John Harrower of Shetland, clerk & book-keeper, aged 40; Thomas Ford of London, carver & gilder, aged 32; John Williams of London, husbandman, aged 27; Joseph Clark of London, cordwainer, aged 21; Charles Avery of London, whitesmith, aged 38; Thomas Richards of London, peruke maker, aged 22; Edward Lawrance of Middlesex, gardener, aged 41; Thomas Low of Chester, cabinet maker, aged 17; Mathew Fright of Kent, husbandman, aged 33; Peter Collins of London, cordwainer, aged 40; Alexander Kenneday of Southwark, (Surrey), cooper, aged 38; John Burton of Ireland, bricklayer, aged 22; Henry Newland of London, silk weaver, aged 22; Thomas Rackstrow of London, tailor, aged 38; James Nowland of London, bricklayer, aged 38; Alexander Steward of London, footman, aged 21; Charles Leslie of London, tailor, aged 37; William Bradley of London, tile maker & burner, aged 34; Peter Woillidge of Suffolk, painter & glazier, aged 24; William Phillips of London, baker, aged 41; John Sanders of Essex, husbandman, aged 15; Jeremiah Stacey of London, linen weaver, aged 19; Richard Green of Lincoln, farmer, aged 35; Daniel Turner of London, groom, aged 22; John Bateman of Westmorland, clerk & book-keeper, aged 23; John Goldin of Wiltshire, weaver, aged 25; Roger Wren of London, cooper, aged 17; James Downes of London, husbandman, aged 29; John Mitchel of Bristol, smith & farrier, aged 23; Thomas Davis of London, husbandman, aged 40; Henry Featson of Southwark, (Surrey), bricklayer, aged 22; John Powell of Southwark, boat builder, aged 36; William Hudson of London, linen weaver, aged 20; Samuel Mitchel of York, cooper, aged 24; Thomas Progers of London, cordwainer, aged 23; William Salton of Middlesex, gardener, aged 42; Harman Hester of London, gardener, aged 44. (EFE). || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec V, Ch 25, 1774, p. 44.


Passengers from London to Philadelphia by the Mary & Elizabeth, Mr. N. Falconer: William Brown of London, tanner, aged 22, to follow his business; William Cropley of Norfolk, husbandman, aged 33, to follow his business; John Cropley, son of above, aged 6; Thomas Bowen of London, cabinet maker, aged 27, to follow his business; Penelope Bowen, wife of above, aged 26; George Bowen, son of above, aged 5; William Bowen, son of above, aged 1; John Low of Warwick, ironmonger, aged 24, to follow his business. (EFE). || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec. V, Ch 25, 1774, p. 56.


Low, Benjamin. Sentenced to transportation January Transported February 1742 Industry to Maryland. Middlesex. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.


Low, Anne. Sentenced to transportation & Transported October 1722 Forward Landing Certificate Annapolis June 1723. Middlesex. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch2, Emigrants in Bondage, p. 1223.


Low, Edmund. Sentenced to transportation July 1747. London. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.


Low, Elizabeth. Pleaded transportation October 1697 Reprieved for transportation July & December 1698. Middlesex. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.


Lowe, Elizabeth, aged 19, fair. Sentenced to transportation & Transported 14 yrs October 1720 Gilbert Landing Certificate Annapolis May 1721. London. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.


Low, Francis. Pleaded transportation May Reprieved for transportation July 1687. Middlesex. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.


Lowe, Francis of Bermondsey. Reprieved for transportation for Barbados or Jamaica July 1688. Surrey. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.


Lowe, George. Transportation Bond April 1751 Transported Happy Jennett Landing Certificate Maryland October 1751. Derbyshire. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.


Lowe, James. Sentenced to transportation July 1741. Middlesex. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.


Lowe, John. Reprieved for transportation for Barbados or Jamaica October 1690. Middlesex. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.


Lowe (Law), John. Sentenced to transportation April Transported October 1719 Susannah & Sarah Landing Certificate Annapolis April 1720. London. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.


Lowe, John. Sentenced to transportation Lent 1721. Staffordshire. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.


Low, John. Sentenced to transportation January Transported February 1742 Industry to Maryland. Middlesex. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.


Low, John. Sentenced to transportation December 1742 Transported April 1743 Justitia. Middlesex. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.


Low alias Jones alias Young alias Blinkhorne, John. Sentenced to transportation July 1749. London. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.


Lowe, John. Sentenced to transportation at Quarter Sessions (Peterborough) Lent Reprieved for transportation April 1755. Northamptonshire. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.


Low, John. Sentenced to transportation stealing leaden pump February Transported March 1758 Dragon. Middlesex. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.


Lowe, John. Sentenced to transportation & Transported March 1764 Tryal. London. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.


Lowe, John. Sentenced to transportation February Transported May 1767 Thornton. London. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.


Lowe, Joseph. Sentenced to transportation stealing nails at West Bromwich Summer 1773. Staffordshire. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.


Low, Mary. Sentenced to transportation February 1729. Middlesex. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.


Low, Mary. Sentenced to transportation January Transported April 1743 Justitia. Middlesex. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.


Low, Mary. Sentenced to transportation at Quarter Sessions & Transportation Bond October 1749. Somerset. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.


Low, Mary. Sentenced to transportation April-May 1754. Middlesex. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.


Low, Mary wife of John. Sentenced to transportation stealing at St. Nicholas, Durham, Summer 1765; Sentenced to transportation & Reprieved for transportation for life Summer 1766 for being at large at St.

Oswald, Durham. Durham. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.


Lowe, Robert. Transported October 1732 Caesar. Kent. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.


Lowe, Rosanna. Sentenced to transportation at Quarter Sessions April Transported May 1767 Thornton. Middlesex. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.


Low, Samuel. Sentenced to transportation February 1752. London. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.


Lowe, Samuel. Sentenced to transportation January but pardoned February 1773. Middlesex. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.


Lowe, Sarah. Reprieved for transportation 14 yrs for highway robbery Summer 1775. Nottinghamshire. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.


Lowe, Thomas. Sentenced to transportation stealing at Burford Lent 1722. Oxfordshire. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.


Low, Thomas. Sentenced to transportation Lent 1748. Hertfordshire. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.


Low, Thomas. Sentenced to transportation May 1763. Middlesex. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.


Lowe, William. Sentenced to transportation May Transported July 1771 Scarsdale. London. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.


Lowe, William. Reprieved for transportation for life at Peterborough for highway robbery April 1773. Northamptonshire. || The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, Sec VI, Ch 2, Emigrants in Bondage, P. 1223.












OTHER NOTES


Bloomfield, widow, aged 30 yrs, born in Nova Scotia. || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p65


Stephen Lowe, Jr. of Warwick, RI, son of Col. Stephen and Susannah Hadaway Lowe (of Cumberland, daughter of John Hadaway) were married in Cumberland, RI 8-6-1769 by Elder Nathaniel Cook. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 3. - Cumberland, 1892, p. 45. DOUBLE CHECK THIS. Doesn’t look right.


Daniel Lowe, JR, aged 23 yrs, freighter, son of John and Mercy Lowe, married in Rockport, MA on 1-8-1843 to Martha Jane Kendall, aged 17 yrs, daughter of Jabez W. Kendall. Intention also recorded. || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p.64. Daniel Jr of father John?




Edward Low, son of Nathaniel and Abigail Low was born 2-9-1749. || Vital Records of Newbury Massachusetts to the end of the Year 1849, Vol 1, Births, Essex Institute, Salem, 1911, p. 289. Double check. Dates look wrong.~


Lowe, Kenneth of Rockland, Maine. (Conversation 1998) 207-594-8383. Kenneth’s grandfather was Augustus T. Lowe and his great-grandfather was Augustus T. Lowe. She indicated that the are descended from Thomas Lowe of Deer Island. (Thomas Thompson Low, b: 8-8-1802, Deer Isle, son of Nathan Low, Jr.) Thomas Low was a shoemaker and apparently lived in “Vassalboroug”. He married a Sarah Clifford. Augustus T. Lowe (SR) married Eunice P. Acorn. Augustus owned a milk farm on Talbot Ave. Augustus T. Lowe (Jr) married Eliza “Helen” McClain Her husb. Ken was born in 1921.




Ellen Huston married William McAllister 9/23/1862 in Cass County, Illinois ||Vital Records

John Huston married Catharine Skoonover 5/18/1852 in Cass County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Mary S. Huston married George W. Robison 3/1/1877 in Cass County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Sarah Ann Huston married Henry F. Schoonover 3/6/1862 in Cass County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Alfred Huston married Anna Johnson 8/1/1869 in Macon County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Charity Huston married Isaac Allison 2/25/1864 in Macon County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Eliabeth Huston married James Stinnett 7/8/1861 in Macon County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Lorina Huston married Noah Allison 2/13/1862 in Macon County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Norville Huston married Mary Jane Querry 7/26/1855 in Macon County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Phebe Huston married Robert McCay 11/5/1866 in Macon County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Ulysses Huston married Matilda McCay 2/20/1847 in Macon County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Walter Huston married Eliza Queery 12/13/1866 in Macon County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Archibold Huston married Nancy Owen 11/13/1838 in McDonough County, Illinois ||Vital Records

James R. Huston married Mary E. Strader 11/24/1863 in McDonough County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Margaret A. Huston married Wesley Langford 1/26/1836 in McDonough County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Mary Ann Peneolpe Huston married George W. Penny 12/21/1837 in McDonough County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Mary M. Huston married John Wassom 3/21/1837 in McDonough County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Rigden Huston married Caroline Charter 12/17/1857 in McDonough County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Eleanor Huston married George W. Kenyon 2/9/1851 in Pike County, IL


Adams Huston married Hannah Mann 5/25/1837 in Sangamon County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Martha Huston married Henry Thayer 9/28/1843 in Sangamon County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Samuel Huston married Lucretia Rudder 11/7/1833 in Sangamon County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Sarah Ann Huston married John O’neal 3/2/1837 in Vermilion County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Jesse Huston married Nancy Lovel 10/2/1830 in Crawford County, IN |VR

Christoper Huston married Susannah Lemon 12/27/1827 in Dearborn County, IN ||Vital Records

Jane Huston married Franklin Warriner 5/26/1831 in Decatur County, IN ||Vital Records

William Huston married Elizabeth McGinnis 2/13/1851 in Huntington County, IN ||Vital Records

George Washington Huston married Elizabeth Ann Kitchens 4/5/1857 in Warrick County, IN ||Vital Records

Benjamin Franklin Huston married Margaret Wilson 10/28/1830 in Washington County, IN ||Vital Records

David M. Huston married Eliza Thompson 12/28/1826 in Washington County, IN ||Vital Records

Eliza Huston married James Milroy 3/17/1817 in Washington County, IN ||Vital Records

James B. Huston married Hannah Kennedy 4/8/1824 in Washington County, IN ||Vital Records

Samuel Huston married Margaret Thompson 10/3/1826 in Washington County, IN ||Vital Records

Samuel B. Huston married Margaret Kennedy 6/24/1824 in Washington County, IN ||Vital Records

Samuel M. Huston married Rebecca Wilson 12/29/1825 in Washington County, IN ||Vital Records


Alice Ann Houston married Thomas Webster 7/30/1864 in Cass County, Illinois ||Vital Records

America S. Houston married Charles A. Wilday 11/18/1869 in Cass County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Eliza Houston, MRS married John Elliot Sr 3/6/1873 in Cass County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Elizabeth Ann Houston married Washington Sawyer 4/23/1846 in Cass County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Jonas I Houston married Nancy R. Smith 2/5/1868 in Cass County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Lydia Matilda Houston married Joseph Buley 3/31/1859 in Cass County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Mary Houston married Richard Ratcliff 10/23/1855 in Cass County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Mary J. Houston married Aaron S. Wagner 12/31/1862 in Cass County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Nancy Louisa Houston married Frederick Oberhake 8/8/1872 in Cass County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Nicholas Houston married Sarah M. Williamson 6/8/1862 in Cass County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Sitha Jane Houston married Daniel Webster 8/29/1860 in Cass County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Starrett B. Houston married Mary E. Blanford 11/30/1854 in Cass County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Stella Houston married Michael Sauer 2/22/1876 in Cass County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Thomas J. Houston married Savilla Yeck 11/21/1865 in Cass County, Illinois ||Vital Records


E.G. Houston, Miss, married John Querry 4/15/1852 in Macon County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Simon D. Houston married Tabitha Kimble 5/20/1850 in McDonough County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Elizabeth Houston married James Low 9/9/1841 in Pike County, Illinois ||Vital Records


William Houston married Maria Whittemore 4/26/1837 in Pike County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Robert W. Houston married S. Gertrude McMahill 10/21/1903 in Warren County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Thomas Houston married Catherine Kelly 1/6/1861 in Warren County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Mary L. Houston married James Woody 6/18/1819 in Jefferson County, Indiana ||Vital Records

William Houston married Mary Pope 2/10/1818 in Washington County, IN ||Vital Records


Clarissa Culver married John Randall 5/6/1858 in Boone County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Joe H. Culver married Rosa A. Hatchkin 10/31/1858 in Boone County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Lucinda Culver married William F. Randall 6/21/1853 in Boone County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Mary E. Culver married Rufus Morse 8/21/1860 in Boone County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Mary Jane Culver married James Gatt 3/5/1853 in Lee County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Harriet Culver married Edward Smith 6/19/1863 in Macon County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Jane Culver married John Garver 7/11/1867 in Macon County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Joshua Culver married Margaret Florey 7/15/1845 in Macon County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Malinda Culver married Lafayette Purdoin 12/29/1864 in Macon County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Margaret Culver married Henry Hughes 11/11/1866 in Macon County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Ruth E. Culver married David Moore 12/22/1859 in Macon County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Silas M. Culver married Anna Alexander 2/28/1870 in Macon County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Watts Culver married Jane Williams 5/11/1840 in Macon County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Ann Jane Culver married John G. Payne 2/25/1841 in Sangamon County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Mary Ann Culver married Abel W. Estabrook 4/23/1846 in Sangamon County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Catherine Culver married Lem Munson 3/17/1905 in Warren County, Illinois ||Vital Records

George Culver married Carrie Hays 1/1/1900 in Warren County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Sarah J. Culver married Thomas J. Gillett 12/26/1860 in Warren County, Illinois ||Vital Records

William Culver married Harriet J. Daniels 3/28/1858 in Warren County, Illinois ||Vital Records


Nathaniel Colver Jr married Abba Phelps 10/26/1855 in Boone County, Illinois ||Vital Records

Porter Colver married Laura Hawley 11/22/1841 in Lee County, Illinois ||Vital Records



Evans, Roxana: wife of William Culver, born Feb 12, 1796, died March 5, 1861 at Vernon, CT. William Culver, born Apr 5, 1795, died May 26, 1874 at Vernon, CT. NEHGR V83, July 1929, P. 358.~



Culver, Phebe: Phebe Culver, d of George and Ruth of Long Island, NY. Phebe Culver married in 1811 Luman Harrison b. 5/28/1776; d.1831. They removed to Palmyra, NY. NEHGR V70, Jan 1916, p.79~


Culver, Daniel: Daniel Culver married Patience Johnson (b.7/28/1728; Dau John and Sarah Johnson) on Dec 17, 1746 in Connecticut. NEHGR V56, April 1902, p. 138.~


Crippen, Thomas: son of Thomas Crippen Jr and Mary, his wife, was born Dec 3rd, 1696 at East Haddam. NEHG V11, July 1857, p.274~


Crippen, Elizabeth: dau of Thomas Crippen Jr and Mary, his wife, was born June 14, 1699 at East Haddam.NEHG V11, July 1857, p.274~


Crippen, Hannah: dau of Thomas Crippen Jr and Mary, his wife, was born May 25th, 1703 at East Haddam. NEHG V11, July 1857, p.274~


Crippen, Hannah: married James Spencer at East Haddam on January 14th, 1720. NEHGR V12, Jan 1858, p.47.


Colver, Capt. John: was married to Sarah, who died August 1757 at 63 yrs of age. NEHGR V60, Jan 1906, p. 16.~


Colver, Capt. Steven: was married to Phebe, who died Oct 8th, 1805, aged 56 yrs. NEHGR, v60, Jan 1906, p. 16.~


Culver, Calista: b. April 13, 1843; m. Jan 26, 1867 to Zebedee Culver, b. Feb 1, 1841. He was a son of Amos Culver, b. June 29, 1798, d. Sept. 1, 1867, and Phoebe Gates, b. Nov. 11, 1800. NEHGR vol 90, Oct 1936, p. 378.~


Churchill, William: of Hubbardton and later of Champlain, N.Y., was born at Sheffield 10 February 1763, married 26 March 1787, Eunice Culver of Shoreham, Vt, daughter of Lieut. Zebulon and Eleanor (Taylor) Culver of Litchfield, Conn., and died at Champlain 24 May 1828. Their son, Darius Churchill, born at Hubbardton 25 April 1793, was of Chazy and Champlain, NY, married at Shoreham, in 1818, Tryphenia Adaline Newton, daughter of Liberty and Asintha (North) Newton, and died at Champlain 26 March 1862. NEHGR v. 80, July 1926, p. 331-332.~


Evans, Roxana: wife of William Culver, born Feb 12, 1796, died March 5, 1861 at Vernon, CT. William Culver, born Apr 5, 1795, died May 26, 1874 at Vernon, CT. NEHGR V83, July 1929, P. 358.~


Culver, William: Roxana Evans, wife of William Culver, born Feb 12, 1796, died March 5, 1861 at Vernon, CT. William Culver, born Apr 5, 1795, died May 26, 1874 at Vernon, CT. NEHGR V83, July 1929, P. 358.~


Colver, Frederic Lathrop: of Tenafly, NJ, publisher, a resident member (of NEHS) since 1906, was born at Milwaukee, Wis., 13 October 1863, the youngest of ten children of Hon. James Dean and Ann Elizabeth (Bowne) Colver, and died at Tenafly 11 November 1927. He was a descendant of Edward1 Colver, a soldier in the Pequot War and in King Philip’s War, who came to New England in 1635, was at Dedham, Mass, in 1637, later resided at Roxbury, Mass, and at New London, Conn, and died in 1685, through Lieut. Edward2 of Colver of Norwich and Lebanon, Conn, Samuel3 of Lebanon and Litchfield, Conn, Rev Nathaniel4 1728-1809, of Litchfield, Conn, and Hubbardton, VT, a Revolutionary soldier, Rev. Nathaniel5, 1755-1831, of Litchfield, Conn, Champlain, NY, and Stockbridge, Mass, Rev. Phineas5, 1777-1834, of Litchfield, Conn, Champlain, and Fort Ann, NY, and Colchester, VT, and Hon. James Dean7, his father, who was born at Champlain, NY, 14 February 1813 and died in Louisiana 3 October 1866, having lived at Champlain, Poughkeepsie, Brooklyn, and Oswego, NY, Milwaukee, Wis, and New Orleans, LA. His Mother, Ann Elizabeth Bowne, was born at Fishkill, NY, 20 December 1821, was married to James Dean Colver 14 September 1840, and died in Brooklyn 13 January 1892, the daughter of Gershom and Elizabeth (Hasbrouck) Bowne. ¶ Frederic Lathrop Colver was educated until 1888, when he moved to Tenafly, NJ. In 1879 he was employed as clerk in a warehouse and shipping firm, but soon entered the publishing business. He married at Glens Flass, NY, 6 Oct 1886, Lillian Frances Warren, daughter of Franklin Russell and Mary Elizabeth (Merry) Warren, who survives him, together with a son, Frederic Beecher Colver, A.B. (Princeton, 1910), LL.B. (Columbia, 1913), of Tenafly. NEHGR, Vol 82, Oct 1928. P. 495.~


Crippen, Amy Burtis Chase: wife of Rev Gurden B. Crippen, b. 17 Dec 1825, died 1 Jan 1917. NEHGR V92, April 1938, p. 165.~


Wheeler, Abraham: (b. 26 Sept 1797; died 15 Feb 1875 in Union Township, PA) was a son of Edward Wheeler, whose wife was Polly Culver, daughter of Daniel Culver. NEHGR V110, Jan 1956, p. 68.~


Peck, Eleazer: married in Wallingford, CT, 31 Oct 1726, Elizabeth (Ford) Culver, daughter of Timothy Ford of New Haven and widow of Joshua Culver of Wallingford (She married Culver 23 Dec 1672 and he died 23 April 1713). NEHGR V121, April 1967, p. 84.~


Colver, Christopher: 1778, Dec 14, Christopher Colver married Phebe Holt, Daughter of Nath Holt, at New London Co, Conn. NEHGR V128, Jan 1974, p. 21.~


Woodmansee, John: (bp New London, CT 6 April 1701; d. Groton, Ct abt 22 Aug 1770) married Mary Culver, daughter of David and Elizabeth (Keeney) Culver, bp. at New London, 14 April 1717. No marr date given. NEHGR V147, Jan 1993, p. 42.~


Low, Thomas: THE ENGLISH IMMIGRATION TO AMERICA. The English led all other nationalities in immigration to America until the early 1800's. These early English immigrants consisted of two different groups who settled in two different places: the Puritans, who settled primarily in Massachusetts, and the Cavaliers, who settled primarily in Virginia. Although "Lowe" was a name prevalent among the Cavaliers, these settlers came to America as a direct result of the English civil war which lasted from 1642 to 1649. Our "Low" ancestors were Puritans, and came to America at least a decade earlier. ¶ Initially, the Puritans settled in Massachusetts Bay Colony. The history of this colony began with Captain John Smith, who in 1614 was hired by two London merchants to conduct a whaling expedition off the American coast. Smith brought back a shipload of fish (i.e., but no whales) and a list of intriguing Indian place names. Moreover, his optimistic reports on New England, which he described as a 'paradise" in his pamphlet entitled A Description of New England,7 generated wide spread enthusiasm for the new world among the English Puritans.

History has maintained that the Puritans came to America as religious refugees, attempting to escape from a dictatorial monarchy (James I and later Charles I) which refused to acknowledge what the Puritans considered to be their basic religious rights. This history is both right and wrong. Although virtually all of the early colonists in Massachusetts were Protestants fleeing from England's state church, their flight to America arose from a combination of economic and political reasons as well as religious reasons. In the early 1600's, the economies of Europe and of England experienced tremendous inflation caused by the influx of silver and gold from the Spanish colonies in the New World. Further, the Industrial Revolution in England led directly to massive unemployment, particularly among the rural laborers. Lands that were once used exclusively for farming were being used to raise sheep to support England's woolen industry. This was especially the case in southern Suffolk county, where farmland became almost nonexistent in the early part of the seventeenth century. Finally, the church of England in the late 1500's included both Protestant and Catholic elements, a situation that was vehemently opposed by the Puritans who sought to 'purify" the English Anglican Church of its Catholic tendencies. Thus, pressed by rising inflation, massive unemployment, the unavailability of farm land, and a state religion that they could not accept, the laboring agrarian poor of England in the early 1600's were tempted by the "Paradise " offered by the new world. ¶ Although a number of Englishmen had made temporary lodgings on the New England coast, no permanent settlement was established until the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth in December of 1620. While every school child knows the legend of Plymouth rock, much more influential than the Pilgrims' settlement was John Winthrop's Massachusetts Bay Colony. By 1629, Winthrop had established a virtually autonomous colonial government in Massachusetts, centered around Charlestown and Salem. Beginning with the great migration led by Winthrop himself in 1630, and for approximately the next ten years, an enormous influx of English families into the Massachusetts Bay Colony occurred. Interest was so great that families actually petitioned John Winthrop through his son, John Winthrop Jr., for passage to the new world. The following is a letter from the Rev. Henry Jacie of Aughton, Yorkshire, dated June 12, 1633, to John Winthrop, Jun.: ¶ "To the Right worshipful, his much respected good friend, Mr. John Winthrop, Jun. Esq., Son to the right worthy Gouernour of New England, these. ¶ "Goodman Choate with his wife and goodman Bowhan, an honest simple poor man, a locksmith of Sudbury and goodman Bacon with his good wife of Boxford (having diverse young children) desire to have their service humbly remembered to Mr. Governor and desire his kind remembrance of them to pity their poor condition here and when he can to send for them, as it pleased him to say he would. They are filled with the contempt of the proud and their spirits are ready to sink and fail in them. "8 ¶ The "Goodman Choate" mentioned in the above letter was in fact Robert Choate, the brother-in-law of Thomas Low. Although Robert Choate and his wife Sara Tod died before they could come to America, their son John, the first Choate in America, came with Thomas Low in 1636 (see pp. 13ff below). The migration of the English was so great that in the short span of ten years, by 1640, the number of English settlers in New England had increased to about twenty thousand. ¶ Much of this "great migration" to America was led by Puritan ministers who brought their "flocks" to the 'promised land" of the new world. The Reverend Nathaniel Rogers was typical in this regard. He had preached successfully for five years, from 1631 to 1636, in Assington, County Suffolk, England. But because he felt that he could not conform to the "Articles of Visitation" mandated by James I, he decided in 1636 to flee to New England, accepting an invitation to become the minister of the Puritan Church in Ipswich, Massachusetts.9 Prior to the English immigration, the north shore of Massachusetts was inhabited by the Sagamore Indians whose chief was Masconomet. Masconomet died in 1658 and was buried on Sagamore Hill, within the bounds of what is now Hamilton. Masconomet and the Sagamores were always well disposed toward the white men, and deeded extensive areas of land to the first white settlers for pitifully small amounts of "Wampum." To the Sagamores, Salem was "Naumkeag," Cape Ann was generally known as "Wingaersheek," Annisquam was "Wonasquam" which meant "at the top or point of the rock," Essex was "Chebacco," and Ipswich was "Agawam" which meant "a fishing station," a "fish-curing place," and "ground overflowed by water."~°


Low, Thomas: Low Family Relics and Captain John Lowe [wrong]: At the beginning of the twentieth century (i.e., 1908), two different Low family relics were still in existence. The first was...... ¶ "a cane with a head of bone, encircled by a broad band of silver where it is joined to the cane, which was brought from England. On it is this inscription: 'Owned in ye Family, Engd about 1573; D. L., U. America, March 14, 1803."'t3 ¶ The inscription was apparently placed on the cane in 1803 by Daniel (1-1-2-1-2) Low (the "D.L." of the inscription), who lived in Essex, Massachusetts and was a great, great grandson of Thomas Low. ¶ The second family relic was a Low family bible, describes as a...... ¶ "copy of the Scriptures printed in 1579, pp. 554, quarts, brought to this country by Capt. John Low and handed down in the family from father to son as an heirloom On the blank leaves of the book are written the following names: 'Susan Low her book 1677, May 19,' 'Thomas Low his Book' (apparently written about the same time); 'Samuel Low' and 'John Low '."~4¶ The bible was of the Geneva edition, and printed at London by Christopher Barker, Printer to the Queen. Based in part on this evidence and in part on family "accounts," virtually all of the noted historians of Essex and Gloucester as well as several genealogical researchers have concluded that Captain John Lowe, commander of the ship Ambrose and Rear Admiral of a fleet of twelve ships which came with John Winthrop and "the great emigration" to Massachusetts in 1630, was the father of Thomas Low.~5 ¶ Despite this consensus of opinion, this conclusion seems to be incorrect. In his pamphlet entitled "A Genealogical Quest," William G. Low traces the family roots and descendants of Captain John Lowed Captain John Lowe, who resided in Ipswich, county Suffolk, England, did have a son Thomas, but this Thomas Lowe was born in 1620. The Thomas Low who settled at Ipswich was born in 1605. Thus, Thomas Low of Ipswich could not have been the son of Captain John Lowe. However, the homesteads in England of Captain John Lowe (i.e., Ipswich) and Thomas Low (i.e., Hadleigh Hamlet) were only fifteen miles apart, and it is not impossible that the two men could have been related. If so, Captain John Lowe could have brought the Low(e) family bible to America in 1630, and the bible could have found its way into the hands of Thomas Low in Ipswich before 1677 when it was signed by him and his daughter Sarah. Thus, while the bible is certainly our Low family bible, neither we nor Thomas Low are the descendants of Captain John Lowe, master of the ship Ambrose, and Rear Admiral of John Winthrop's "great emigration" fleet in 1630.


Firmin: Several Firmin (also spelled Firmyn or Fyrmyn) families lied in or around Sudbury in the late 16th and early 17th centuries.3 Of particular interest among these are the families of Giles Firmin (1570-1634) and of Richard (d. 1614) and Margaret Firmin (d. 1616). ¶ (1) Giles Firmin (1570-1634) and family: Giles was the son of Giles (d. 1597) and Katherine Firmin of Stoke Nayland, and had three brothers (Josias, John and Henry) and three sisters (Frances, Anne and Saara). Giles Firmin had been an apothecary at Sudbury, England before he came to New England around 1630. He became a deacon of the church in Boston and died there in 1634. His son, Dr. Gyles Firmin (1614 t 15-1697), was one of the early settlers in Ipswich, Massachusetts. Dr. Firmin had been educated at Cambridge, and was awarded a grant of land at Ipswich in 1638 on the condition that he live there for three years. After his arrival in Ipswich, he married a daughter of the Rev. Nathaniel Ward and became an elder of the Ipswich church. Dr. Gyles Firmin eventually returned to England in 1664 where he became "eminent as a divine."4 He died in April of 1697, in his eighty-third year. In addition to Dr. Gyles Firmin, a Thomas Firmin also had settled in Ipswich as early as 1635, had purchased many parcels of land there, and by 1646 had become one of Ipswich's leading citizens. Thomas Firmin could have been related to Dr. Gyles Firmin, and both Firmins could have been related to Giles Low, the father of Thomas Low. ¶ (2) Richard Firmin and his family: Richard Firmin was a wealthy "gentleman" of St. Peters parish, Sudbury, England. He died in 1614. In his will, he named his wife Margaret, seven siblings (5 brothers and two sisters), sixteen nephews and nieces and seven kinsmen, but did not name any of his own children or grandchildren. By contrast, the will of Richard's wife Margaret Firmin, proved on July 10, 1616, named a Giles Low as her "kinsman," listed the children of this Giles Low as "Thomas, John and Margaret," and identified a "Cicely" as the wife of Giles Low. ¶ One plausible interpretation of the above wills is that the Giles Low named in Margaret Firmin's will had married a Margaret Firmin, who had been the daughter of Richard and Margaret Firmin, and had had three children named Thomas, John and Margaret Low. Giles Low's wife Margaret could have died after the birth of these children and before 1616, when Giles had a second wife Cicely. This interpretation is favored on two counts--first, it was customary in 16th century England, almost to the point of a mandate, to name the oldest daughter after the mother. Thus Richard and Margaret's Firmin's oldest daughter Margaret could have married Giles Low and would have named her oldest daughter Margaret. Second, we know that the children of Thomas and Margaret (Tod) Low, who would have been the grandchildren of Giles and Margaret (Firmin) Low, were named Thomas, John and Margaret. This repetition of names is striking. Although this interpretation is based on a number of assumptions, it does suggest the conclusion that Richard and Margaret Firmin may have been the maternal grandparents of the Thomas Low who settled in Ipswich, Massachusetts in 1636.5 ¶ The above interpretation is brought into question by the fact that the will of Richard Firmin did not name any daughter (i.e., Margaret), did not name any sonin-law (i.e., Giles Low), and did not name any grandchildren (i.e., Thomas, John and Margaret Low), despite the fact that the his will did name no less than 31 of his "kinsmen." Also troublesome is the fact that the will of Margaret Firmin did not refer to Thomas, John and Margaret Low as her "grandchildren," but rather, simply named Giles Low as her 'kinsman." "Kinsman" could mean "son-in-law," but it could also mean "nephew," "cousin," or even "nephew-in-law." ¶ The ambiguity of "kinsman" leaves open an alternat*e interpretation of the relationship between Margaret Firmin and Giles Low. Specifically, it is possible that Margaret Firmin's maiden name was Low, and that Giles Low was her nephew---perhaps the son of one of Margaret (Low?) Firmin's brothers. This relationship might explain why the will of Richard Firmin did not name Giles Low as his "kinsman" while the will of Margaret (Low?) Firmin did do so. Obviously an inspection of the records at St. Peter's church in Sudbury, England could be most enlightening. Unfortunately, initial inquiries into this matter have disclosed that some of the leaves of the St. Peter's church register have been lost.6 What we might have found among these lost leaves could include the following records: ¶ *baptism records of Richard and Margaret Firmin's children if any, perhaps listing a daughter "Margaret" (favoring the first interpretation above) ¶ *the marriage of Giles Low to a Margaret (Firmin?, d. before 1616)), perhaps around 1602 (favoring the first interpretation above). ¶ *the marriage of Margaret to Richard Firmin, listing Margaret's maiden name, perhaps, as "Low" (favoring the second interpretation above). ¶ *baptism records of Giles Low (perhaps between 1570 and 1580) and of his children Thomas, John and Margaret Low (between 1605 and 1616), as well other Low family records (consistent with either of the above interpretations). ¶ Regardless of which of the above interpretations one favors, because Giles Low was indeed a "kinsman" of Margaret Firmin, we would expect to find at least one connection between the Firmin family and the Low family at Sudbury, County Suffolk, England in the latter half of the sixteenth century.


Low, Thomas, et al: We do know that there must have been a Low family in or around Sudbury, England in the latter part of the 16th century. First, a John Low is listed as an early settler (1641) in Sudbury, Massachusetts. [Could this John Low have emigrated from Sudbury, England?] Second, the Boxford church register records the marriage of Anthony Low and Rachael Cooper on November 11, 16027 and the burial of "Rachael Low, widow" on June 16th, 1618,8 although there is no record of Anthony Low's demise. [Could the sons of Anthony and Rachael Low have emigrated to New England?] Third, the early records mention that John Low, a Boston wheelwright in 1637, died on December 1, 1653 leaving a son "Anthony" Low who removed to Warwick, Rhode Island sometime after 1654.9 [Could this John Low, who names his first born son "Anthony," have been the son of Anthony and Rachael Low of Boxford, England?] Fourth, a John Low was born in Hadleigh on August 17, 1578, and would have been about the same age as Giles Low. [Could John have been the brother of Giles?] Indeed, it is entirely possible that all of these Lows--John of Sudbury, Anthony of Boxford, John of Boston, Anthony of Rhode Island, and John of Hadleigh--could be related to our Thomas Low through his father Giles Low. Even in the absence of any established relationship, the above Low records firmly establish the existence of a Low family, and almost certainly our Low family, in or around the towns of Sudbury, Boxford, and Hadleigh, in the late 1500's.


Greathouse, Sarah Jane: 1913, Aug 25 Sarah Jane Greathouse: B: Oct 3, 1834. Died: Aug 25, 1913 at 2:30pm, Milton, Pike County, IL .Father: Nathan Watson, born Kentucky. Mother: ? Turnbeange, born Kentucky. Cause: Rheumatism; senility. Informant: M.L. Greathouse. Buried: French Cemetery, Milton, IL.~


Carrel, Frank, death cert: 1947, Oct 12 Death of Frank Carrell, husb of Jennie Florence Smith, dau of Phebe Low. Frank J. Carrell. Of Newburg Township, Pike County, Illinois. Wife: Jennie [Smith] Carrell (aged 67 and still alive). Born: Feb 8, 1863, Pike County, Illinois. Farmer. Father: Aaron Carrell [b: Ohio]. Mother: Sarah Brown [b. New York]. Informant: Roy E. Carrell. Death: October 12, 1947 at 6:00pm. Cause: Hypostatic congestion; Ahtroma; Senility. Buried Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Newburg Township on Oct 15, 1947. Doctor: Sam B. Peacock, MD, Pittsfield.



Lowe, Edward: Jan 2, 1909 Ed Lowe was in Boaz, NM & wrote to his father, Bingham Lowe: “Hello to all. Everything is all right and I am going up to Kenna 25 miles to buy my team this morning. Pap is going along. We may be up there 2 or 3 days. E-“~


Lowe, Victor Eugene: William & Iva Cloud were taking care of Victor Eugene after Stella Could Lowe passed away. Iva was the sister of Stella.~


Lowe, Edgar Russell: was a Naprapath. His office address was 114 Washington St. Wilmington, Illinois Phone: 9412.~


Culver, Asa Herman: Birth: Asa Herman Culver. B: Sept 15, 1880. Parents: Giles and Elizabeth (Main) Culver~


Crippen, Symantha Luretta: Birth: Symantha Luretta Crippen. B: Jan 1, 1882, Perry, Illinois. Parents: Edwin and Gussie (Canklin) Crippen. Both her parents were born in Illinois.~


Sackett, female child: Birth: Female child Sackett. B: Oct 8, 1879 in Detroit, Illinois. Parents: Charles W. and Ellen V. (Emery) Sackett.~


Sackett, female child: Birth: Female (5th child) Sackett. B: April 30, 1881, Detroit, Illinois. Parents: Charles W. and Ellen V. (Emery) Sackett. Ellen was born in Ohio. She was aged 34 yrs in 1881. Charles was 28yrs in 1881.~


Greathouse, Elmer: Birth: Elmer Greathouse B: April 6, 1887, Newburg. Son of J.W. Greathouse and Fannie Kesterson.~


Greathouse, Cecil: Birth: Jan 16, 1891, Pittsfield, IL. S. of Douglas & Nellie E. (Burger) Greathouse.~


Lowe, Edgar R.: cemetery. Together: 1) Edgar R. Lowe 1910-1969; 2) William E. Cloud 1881-19– Iva P. 1883-1946 - Iva was the sister of Stella Clough; 3) Victor Eugene Lowe son of E. & S. Lowe 1919-1936; West cemetery, Pittsfield, Pike County, Illinois.


Kenyon, Rhoda: 1854-1921 is buried next to Milda [Armilda] Sackett 1861-1945 & Nona 1884-1959 and Ray Kenyon1879-1943; West cemetery, Pittsfield, Pike County, Illinois.


Barton, Isaac: June 7, 1825 - Jan 5, 1908 and wife Rachel M. Barton Dec 27, 1830 - April 15, 1910; West cemetery, Pittsfield, Pike County, Illinois.


Klemme, Helen C.: 1909 - 1987 & husb. Paul V. Klemme 1913 - 1972; West cemetery, Pittsfield, Pike County, Illinois.


Westlake, Benjamin F.: B: Newburg, NY March 8, 1810 Died June 9, 1882 Married to Charlotte; West cemetery, Pittsfield, Pike County, Illinois.


Landess, William P.: 1885 - 1920 on the back of his stone is: Samantha B. Hoos 1863- 1944 & William H. Hoos 1864 - 1929 ; West cemetery, Pittsfield, Pike County, Illinois.


Klemme, Mrs. Charles: Funeral Card: In German. Mrs. Charles Klemme B. Dec 14, 1890, aged 27 years, 11 months, 7 days.~


Low, Egedy: Egedy Low was the son of George Low, christened Aug 9, 1607, Chester Le Street, Durham, England. P000581/091090/ “George” was the only other “G” to appear under the “Giles” search. THOMAS and NICHOLAS are the only two children of Giles that I found. ¶ The film that is referenced in the christening record for Thomas and Nicholas Low and the marriage rec for Gyles and Sysely Low is a transcript of the parish register of Brancepeth, vols 1-10, christenings, marriages, and burials, 1599-1812, banns, 1754-1812. Transcribed by Herbert Maxwell Wood. Microreproduction of original ms. at Newcastle Public Library, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England. Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1949.


Low, Gyles: son of William Low, christened Nov 12, 1610, Painswick, Gloucester, England. LDS member submission.7110434/1235227


Loe, Giles: son of William and Katherine Loe, Christened Oct 9, 1642, St. Mary Whitechapel, Stepney, London, England. LDS C006292/094691


Low, Geilse: son of Robertt (stet) and Jeane (Chessor) Low, christened Dec 1, 1690, New Deer, Aberdeen, Scotland. LDS C112252/993347


Low, Giells: son of John Low, christened Sep 4, 1708, Cleish, Kinross, Scotland. LDS C1146021040184


Low, Giells: son of Rott Low, christened Nov 17, 1717, Cleish, Kinross, Scotland. LDS C114602/1040184.


Low, Giles: son of William Low, christened Oct 7, 1723, Portmoak, Kinross, Scotland. LDS C114642/1040204.


Low, Giles: son of Edward Low, christened Nov 10, 1736, Eton, Buckingham, England. LDS C069991/919642.


Low, Giles: son of John Low, christened, Dec 4, 1748, Glendevon, Perth, Scotland. LDS C113582/1040381.


Low, Giles: son of Giles Low, christened Nov 5, 1772, Independent, Southwold, Suffolk, England. LDS C078581/825408(RG4 2358,1860)


Lowe, Giles: son of Thomas and Betty (Pendlebury) Lowe, christened June 21, 1806, Wigan, Lancashire, England. LDS C005567/094032.


Lowe, Giles: son of Giles and Margaret Lowe, christened Apr 8, 1844, Wigan, Lancashire, England. LDS C033751/094034.


Low, Saint Egidii: reference to a ‘Saint Egidii Low’ ca 1376, England. No info given.


Low, Giles: born abt 1577. Boxford, England. LDS member submission.


Lowe, Giles: husb. of Margaret Coye, was born abt 1806, Scholes, Wigan, Lancashire, England. LDS member submission. London Temple.


Lowe, Giles: son of Thomas and Betty (Pendlebury) Lowe, christened Jun 24, 1806, Haigh, Wigan, Lancahire, England. LDS member submission.


Lowe, Giles: son of Giles and Margaret (Coye) Lowe, born Aug 1841, Scholes, Wigan, Lancashire, England. LDS member submission.


Lowe, Giles: son of Giles and Margaret (Coye) Lowe, born March 10, 1844, Aspull, Wigan, Lancashire, England. LDS member submission.


Lowe, Edward: son of Robert Lowe, christened 1556, Bacton, Suffolk, England. LDS member submission.


Low, Saint Egidii: reference to a ‘Saint Egidii Low’ ca 1376, England. No info given.


Low, Giles: born abt 1577. Boxford, England. LDS member submission.


Lowe, Giles: husb. of Margaret Coye, was born abt 1806, Scholes, Wigan, Lancashire, England. LDS member submission. London Temple.


Lowe, Giles: son of Thomas and Betty (Pendlebury) Lowe, christened Jun 24, 1806, Haigh, Wigan, Lancahire, England. LDS member submission.


Lowe, Giles: son of Giles and Margaret (Coye) Lowe, born Aug 1841, Scholes, Wigan, Lancashire, England. LDS member submission.


Lowe, Giles: son of Giles and Margaret (Coye) Lowe, born March 10, 1844, Aspull, Wigan, Lancashire, England. LDS member submission.


Lowe, Edward: son of Robert Lowe, christened 1556, Bacton, Suffolk, England. LDS member submission.


~Charles H. Jellison was listed as a member of the Episcopal Methodist Church of Pittsfield in their records now at the United Methodist Church. Received 1874. Related note: There is a Charles Ballinger listed in the records of the Episcopal Methodist Church of Pittsfield, IL. He was received July 2nd, 1876, by letter. His notation says "Removed without letter" He may be a relation of Cordellia. This seems likely in that Charles Henry Jellerson attended the same church.


~Frank A. Thomas was a member of the Episcopal Methodist Church of Pittsfield as indicated by the records of that church now in the possession of the United Methodist Church of Pittsfield. His entry indicates that he was received on Sept 12, 1880 from probation and removed with certificate March 3rd, 1887.


~Silas Carrell was a member of the Episcopal Methodist Church of Pittsfield as indicated by the records of that church now in the possession of the United Methodist Church of Pittsfield. His entry indicates that he (and his wife) were received Sept 11, 1887 from probation, received by H.W. Davis. Their entries later are noted as “removed”.


~Armilda Welty was a member of the Episcopal Methodist Church of Pittsfield as indicated by the records of that church now in the possession of the United Methodist Church of Pittsfield. Her entry indicates that she was received August 4, 1889 from probation.


Marriage record for Anette Landess and Johnathan E. Hoyt, living 3 miles south of Pittsfield, on Aug 8, 1874, by W.F. Gillmore/married at parsonage/$3.00 fee as indicated by the records of the Episcopal Methodist Church of Pittsfield that are now in the possession of the United Methodist Church of Pittsfield.



1874 John Huston given contract to build new Methodist Church.


~Charles H. Jellison was listed as a member of the Episcopal Methodist Church of Pittsfield in their records now at the United Methodist Church. Received 1874. Related note: There is a Charles Ballinger listed in the records of the Episcopal Methodist Church of Pittsfield, IL. He was received July 2nd, 1876, by letter. His notation says "Removed without letter" He may be a relation of Cordellia. This seems likely in that Charles Henry Jellerson attended the same church.


~Frank A. Thomas was a member of the Episcopal Methodist Church of Pittsfield as indicated by the records of that church now in the possession of the United Methodist Church of Pittsfield. His entry indicates that he was received on Sept 12, 1880 from probation and removed with certificate March 3rd, 1887.


~Silas Carrell was a member of the Episcopal Methodist Church of Pittsfield as indicated by the records of that church now in the possession of the United Methodist Church of Pittsfield. His entry indicates that he (and his wife) were received Sept 11, 1887 from probation, received by H.W. Davis. Their entries later are noted as “removed”.


~Armilda Welty was a member of the Episcopal Methodist Church of Pittsfield as indicated by the records of that church now in the possession of the United Methodist Church of Pittsfield. Her entry indicates that she was received August 4, 1889 from probation.


Marriage record for Anette Landess and Johnathan E. Hoyt, living 3 miles south of Pittsfield, on Aug 8, 1874, by W.F. Gillmore/married at parsonage/$3.00 fee as indicated by the records of the Episcopal Methodist Church of Pittsfield that are now in the possession of the United Methodist Church of Pittsfield.


Phebe Culver, d of George and Ruth of Long Island, NY. Phebe Culver married in 1811 Luman Harrison b. 5/28/1776; d.1831. They removed to Palmyra, NY. NEHGR V70, Jan 1916, p.79~


Daniel Culver married Patience Johnson (b.7/28/1728; Dau John and Sarah Johnson) on Dec 17, 1746 in Connecticut. NEHGR V56, April 1902, p. 138.~


Thomas Crippen, son of Thomas Crippen Jr and Mary, his wife, was born Dec 3rd, 1696 at East Haddam. NEHG V11, July 1857, p.274~

Elizabeth Crippen, dau of Thomas Crippen Jr and Mary, his wife, was born June 14, 1699 at East Haddam.NEHG V11, July 1857, p.274~

Hannah Crippen, dau of Thomas Crippen Jr and Mary, his wife, was born May 25th, 1703 at East Haddam. NEHG V11, July 1857, p.274~

Hannah Crippen married James Spencer at East Haddam on January 14th, 1720. NEHGR V12, Jan 1858, p.47.


Capt. John Colver, was married to Sarah, who died August 1757 at 63 yrs of age. NEHGR V60, Jan 1906, p. 16.~

Capt. Steven Culver was married to Phebe, who died Oct 8th, 1805, aged 56 yrs. NEHGR, v60, Jan 1906, p. 16.~

 

Calista, b. April 13, 1843; m. Jan 26, 1867 to Zebedee Culver, b. Feb 1, 1841. He was a son of Amos Culver, b. June 29, 1798, d. Sept. 1, 1867, and Phoebe Gates, b. Nov. 11, 1800. NEHGR vol 90, Oct 1936, p. 378.~


William Churchill, of Hubbardton and later of Champlain, N.Y., was born at Sheffield 10 February 1763, married 26 March 1787, Eunice Culver of Shoreham, Vt, daughter of Lieut. Zebulon and Eleanor (Taylor) Culver of Litchfield, Conn., and died at Champlain 24 May 1828. Their son, Darius Churchill, born at Hubbardton 25 April 1793, was of Chazy and Champlain, NY, married at Shoreham, in 1818, Tryphenia Adaline Newton, daughter of Liberty and Asintha (North) Newton, and died at Champlain 26 March 1862. NEHGR v. 80, July 1926, p. 331-332.~


Roxana Evans, wife of William Culver, born Feb 12, 1796, died March 5, 1861 at Vernon, CT. William Culver, born Apr 5, 1795, died May 26, 1874 at Vernon, CT. NEHGR V83, July 1929, P. 358.~


Frederic Lathrop Colver, of Tenafly, NJ, publisher, a resident member (of NEHS) since 1906, was born at Milwaukee, Wis., 13 October 1863, the youngest of ten children of Hon. James Dean and Ann Elizabeth (Bowne) Colver, and died at Tenafly 11 November 1927. He was a descendant of Edward1 Colver, a soldier in the Pequot War and in King Philip’s War, who came to New England in 1635, was at Dedham, Mass, in 1637, later resided at Roxbury, Mass, and at New London, Conn, and died in 1685, through Lieut. Edward2 of Colver of Norwich and Lebanon, Conn, Samuel3 of Lebanon and Litchfield, Conn, Rev Nathaniel4 1728-1809, of Litchfield, Conn, and Hubbardton, VT, a Revolutionary soldier, Rev. Nathaniel5, 1755-1831, of Litchfield, Conn, Champlain, NY, and Stockbridge, Mass, Rev. Phineas5, 1777-1834, of Litchfield, Conn, Champlain, and Fort Ann, NY, and Colchester, VT, and Hon. James Dean7, his father, who was born at Champlain, NY, 14 February 1813 and died in Louisiana 3 October 1866, having lived at Champlain, Poughkeepsie, Brooklyn, and Oswego, NY, Milwaukee, Wis, and New Orleans, LA. His Mother, Ann Elizabeth Bowne, was born at Fishkill, NY, 20 December 1821, was married to James Dean Colver 14 September 1840, and died in Brooklyn 13 January 1892, the daughter of Gershom and Elizabeth (Hasbrouck) Bowne. ¶ Frederic Lathrop Colver was educated until 1888, when he moved to Tenafly, NJ. In 1879 he was employed as clerk in a warehouse and shipping firm, but soon entered the publishing business. He married at Glens Flass, NY, 6 Oct 1886, Lillian Frances Warren, daughter of Franklin Russell and Mary Elizabeth (Merry) Warren, who survives him, together with a son, Frederic Beecher Colver, A.B. (Princeton, 1910), LL.B. (Columbia, 1913), of Tenafly. NEHGR, Vol 82, Oct 1928. P. 495.~


Amy Burtis Chase Crippen, wife of Rev Gurden B. Crippen, b. 17 Dec 1825, died 1 Jan 1917. NEHGR V92, April 1938, p. 165.~


Abraham Wheeler (b. 26 Sept 1797; died 15 Feb 1875 in Union Township, PA) was a son of Edward Wheeler, whose wife was Polly Culver, daughter of Daniel Culver. NEHGR V110, Jan 1956, p. 68.~


Eleazer Peck married in Wallingford, CT, 31 Oct 1726, Elizabeth (Ford) Culver, daughter of Timothy Ford of New Haven and widow of Joshua Culver of Wallingford (She married Culver 23 Dec 1672 and he died 23 April 1713). NEHGR V121, April 1967, p. 84.~


1778, Dec 14, Christopher Colver married Phebe Holt, Daughter of Nath Holt, at New London Co, Conn. NEHGR V128, Jan 1974, p. 21.~


John Woodmansee (bp New London, CT 6 April 1701; d. Groton, Ct abt 22 Aug 1770) married Mary Culver, daughter of David and Elizabeth (Keeney) Culver, bp. at New London, 14 April 1717. No marr date given. NEHGR V147, Jan 1993, p. 42.~


~Mary Jane Flood (wife of Francis Low) Birthdate: March 25, 1813, Clinton, Kennebec County, Maine. LDS C503001



Nicholas Low, son of William Low, christened Dec 15, 1682, Chester Le Street, Durham, England. LDS P000581/091090.



Nicholas Low, son of Thomas Low, christened Oct 20, 1689, Chester Le Street, Durham, England. LDS P000581/091090.


NO MARRIAGE REC ON FILE FOR NICHOLAS LOW IN SUFFOLK OR DURHAM.


John Lowe, son of Symon and Alice Lowe, christened March 6, 1568, Lowestoft, Suffolk, England. LDS P009831/097130, book.


John Low, son of ?, christened Aug 17, 1578, Hadleigh, Suffolk, England. LDS C063182/919574.


John Low, son of John and Susan (Serles) Low, born Sep 11, 1586, St. Clement, Ipswich, Suffolk, England. LDS member submission.


John Low, son of [blank] Low, christened May 29, 1608, Mutford, Suffolk, England. LDS C020361/097126. [This is the only good candidate I found for John, brother of Thomas1]

Margrett Low, dau. of Richard Low, christened Nov 18, 1610, Mutford, Suffolk, England. LDS C030361/097126. [There goes that theory..]


Thomas Houston married Betsy Hall Jun 24, 1802 in Lexington, Rockbridge, Virginia Batch number 7032028, sheet 34, source 538687, Film

Thomas Huston married Mrs. Sarah Huston 1748, Albemarle Parish, Sussex, Virginia

Thomas Huston married Mrs. Thomas Huston in 1764 in Franklin, Southampton, Virginia

Thomas Huston married Tabitha Wright on 8 June 1799 in Franklin, Virginia

Thomas Huston married Lorenza Birdsell on 18 May 1837 in Dearborn, Indiana

Margaret Huston married John Stubbs 6 Aug 1816 Preble, Ohio

Margaret Huston married Daniel Goodman 30 Aug 1818 Ross, Ohio

Margaret Huston married James McMillen 1835 Ross, Ohio

Margaret Huston married Thomas Hemming 16 Sep 1839 Carroll, Ohio

Margaret Huston married George Johnston 11 Mar 1841 Richland, Ohio

Margaret Huston married James McCullough 29 Apr 1845 Jefferson, Ohio

Margaret Huston married James Cloman 11 Sep 1845 Jefferson, Ohio

Margaret Huston married Samuel Cray 20 Nov 1846 Coshocton, Ohio

Elizabeth Houston married James McClung 1763 Augusta, Virginia

Elizabeth Huston married Jamey James (yes, really) 21 Feb 1789 Franklin, Virginia

Elizabeth Huston married Thomas Boyd 5 Oct 1795 Staunton, Augusta, Virginia

Elizabeth Huston married Peter Pence 3 Dec 1801 Rockingham, Virginia

Elizabeth Huston married Mathew Allison 3 May 1804 Washington, Virginia

Elizabeth Huston married Lewis Woodward 16 Aug 1807 Ross, Ohio

Elizabeth Huston married Dorsey W. Viers 22 Sep 1814 Jefferson, Ohio

Elizabeth Huston married Thomas Harbert 1814 Champaign, Ohio

Elizabeth Houston married James Barham 11 Sep 1815 Southampton, Virginia

Elizabeth Huston married Penrod Vansell 19 Aug 1819 Preble Co, Ohio

Elizabeth Houston married Burton Pride 1820 in Virginia

Elizabeth Stuart Houston married James H. Paxton 12 Mar 1823 in Rockbridge Co, Virginia


James Huston, born 1765, son of Thomas Huston, in Franklin, Southampton, Virginia

Samuel Huston, born 1767, son of Thomas Huston, in Franklin, Southampton, Virginia


Thomas Huston born 1775, son of Thomas Huston, in Franklin, Southampton, Virginia

Elizabeth Huston born 1769, dau of Thomas Huston, in Franklin, Southampton, Virginia

Margaret Houston born 1762, dau of John Houston, Hays Creek, Rockbridge, Virginia

Jennit Huston born 1771 dau of Thomas Huston of Franklin, Southampton, Virginia

Mary Huston born 1773, daug of Thomas Huston of Franklin, Southampton, Virginia

Margaret Huston, born 1779, dau of Thomas Huston of Franklin, Southampton, Virginia

Rachel Huston, born 1781, dau of Thomas Huston of Franklin, Southampton, Virginia



Thomas Huston married Mary Webb, 1836 Union Township, Union, Indiana


~Gyles Low, married Syseley Wall, March 5, 1602, Brancepeth, Durham, England; LDS Source Batch Number: E000081

~Nicholas Low, son of Gyles & Syseley, Christened May 30, 1603, Brancepeth, Durham, England; LDS Source Batch Number: P000081;094986

~Thomas Low, son of Gyles & Syseley, Christened July 11, 1605, Brancepeth, Durham, England; LDS Source Batch Number: P000081; 094986

Egedy Low, son of George, Christened Aug 9, 1607, Chester, Le Street, Durnham, England; LDS Source Batch Number: P00581;091090



~Boardman Cain married Sarah B. Thatcher , Intention filed March 26, 1852, Clinton, Kennebec Co, Maine, marr: 11 April 1852, Clinton, Kennebec, Main

~Charles G. Cain, son of Boardman, born Nov 15, 1855, Clinton, Kennebec County, ME LDS C503001: Book 974.16/C2 V2F

~Anna F. Cain, dau of Boardman, born July 5, 1857, Clinton, Kennebec County, ME Birth Day, Mo: LDS C503001: Book 974.16/C2 V2F


~Elizabeth Spearin, dau of Joseph and Lucy (Low) Spearin, born Mar 21, 1822, Kennebec County, ME, LDS 451126/0336



~William Lamb, son of James Lamb and Lovina Low, born Dec 22, 1822, Clinton, Kennebec County, ME. LDS birth rec.

 

~Alvah Wilson Low (not one of ours)born Nov 10, 1814, son of Ivory and Fannie (Colcord) Low, Fairfield, Somerset Co, ME. LDS 8236308-39

~Alvah Wilson Low (not one of ours) married Cynthia Gifford 18 Sep 1838 in Fairfield, Somerset Co, Maine. LDS 8236308-55.

~Albert Henry Low (not one of ours) married Lizzie H. Flood on Nov 4, 1876 in Fairfield, Somerset Co, ME. LDS 8236308 55 

~Albert Henry Low (not one of ours), and Lizzie H. Flood had son, George Flood Low on Apr 11, 1878, Fairfield, Somerset Co., ME. LDS 1985416


Thomas Lowe, married Dorithy Mylls, June 3, 1609, Gateshead, Durham, England. LDS M000591/090786.


Thomas Low married Margaret Tod, June 22, 1630, Polstead, Suffold, England. LDS A456622/456622.


Margaret (?), wife of John Todd. She was born abt 1523, Bishop Auckland, Durham, England. LDS F512245-22/ LDS member submission.


Margaret (?), wife of John Sutherland Cairns Todd. They were married Nov 24, 1540 at St. Nicholas-Durham, Durham, England. LDS member submission.


Margaret Todd, daug. of Roland Todd, was christened Nov 14, 1563, Auckland St. Andrew, Durham, England. LDS P000211/091080. Note: actual church record - not member submitted.


Margaret Tod, daug. of ? Tod, christened Nov 18, 1565, Auckland, St. Andrew, Durham, England. LDS P000211/091080. Note: Actual church record - not member submitted.


Margaret Tod, daug of ? Tod, christened Dec 29, 1573, Auckland, St. Andrew, Durham, England. LDS P000211/091080. Note: Actual church record - not member submitted.


Margaret Todd, daughter of William Todd, christened Sept 21, 1575, Easington, Durham, England. LDS P000511/090784. Note: Actual church record - not member submitted.


Margaret Todd married Edward Sherewoodd (stet) on Dec 13, 1579, Easington, Durham, England. LDS E000511/090784.


Margaret Todd, dau. of John Todd, christened Nov 9, 1581, Houghton Le Spring, Durham, England. LDS P000471/091093.


Margaret Todd, dau. of John Todd, christened April 1, 1583, Escomb, Durham, England. LDS P000571/090784.


Margaret Todd, dau. of Thomas Todd, christened March 19, 1586, Sedgefield, Durham, England. LDS P000811/091112.


Margaret Todd, dau. of Anthony Todd, christened May 14, 1589, Egglescliff, Durham, England. LDS P000421/090784.


Margaret Todd, dau. of Anthody Todd, christened Nov 15, 1590, Witton Le Wear, Durham, England. LDS P000891/091147.


~Margaret Todd, dau. of Ananias Todd and Bridget Thompson, christened Nov 23, 1597, Boxford, Suffolk, England. LDS member submission.


Margaret Todd, dau. of ? Todd, christened April 7, 1598, Easington, Durham, England. LDS P000511/090784.


Margaret Todd, dau. of Martin Todd, christened April 3, 1598, Auckland St. Andrew, Durham, England. LDS P000211/091080.


Margaret Todd, dau. of Anthony Todd, christened Mar 13, 1604, Washington, Durham, England. LDS P000971/091148.


Margaret Todd, dau. of Persival Todd, christened Feb 26, 1604, Escomb, Durham, England. LDS P000571/09078.


Margaret Todd, dau. of John and Margaret Todd, christened Sept 20, 1608, South Elmham Saint Cross, Suffolk, England. LDS C063132/919630.


~Thomas Todd, son of Ananias and Bridget (Thompson) Todd, born about 1584, England. LDS member submission.


~Bridget Todd, dau. of Ananias and Bridget (Thompson) Todd, born Jan 31, 1584. Boxford, Suffolk, England. LDS member submission.


~Su Todd (stet...Susan?), dau. of Ananias and Bridget (Thompson) Todd, christened Feb 26, 1586, Boxford, Suffolk, England. LDS member submission.


~John Todd, son of Ananias and Bridget (Thompson) Todd, born abt 1588, England. LDS member submission.


Thomas Todd, son of Ananias and Bridget (Thompson) Todd, misc date abt 1591, England. LDS member submission.


~Anna Todd, dau. of Ananias and Bridget (Thompson) Todd, christened Dec 22, 1591, Boxford, Suffolk, England. LDS member submission.


~Sarah Todd, dau. of Ananias and Bridget (Thompson) Todd, born Feb 7, 1593, England. LDS member submission.


~Margaret Todd, dau. of Ananias and Bridget (Thompson) Todd, christened Nov 23, 1597, Boxford, Suffolk, England. LDS member submission.


Cicely Wall, dau. of Richard and Margaret (Whalley) Wall, born about 1499, Preston, Lancashire, England. LDS member submission.


Sisiley Wall, dau. of Thomas Wall, christened Feb 25, 1544, Arlesey, Bedford, England. LDS C035512/826449.


Cicely Wall, wife of Rauph Witter. Misc. date: Jan 18, 1561, Frodsham, Cheshire, England. LDS E009731/942.71/F1 V26J V.2 - extracted marriage record for church records. Record on computer says “misc date”, though.


Cicely Wall, dau. of William Will. Will - making or probating - Apr 10, 1563, Saint Pauls Walden, Hertford, England. LDS member submission.


Cicely Wall, dau. of unknown, christened Apr 8, 1565, Fredsham, Cheshire, England. LDS P009731/942.71/F1 V26J.


Cicely Wall. Wife of Raffe Wall. Misc date Jan 29, 1572, Frodsham, Cheshire, England. LDS E009731/942.71/F1/ V26J V.2.- extracted marriage record for church records. Record on computer says “misc date”, though.


Sys Wall. Wife of Christopher Golightly. Born abt 1572. Of Jarrow, Durham, England. LDS member submission.


Cecily Wall, daug. of Augustine Wall, Christened May 6, 1582, Saint Simon and Saint Jude, Norwich, Norfolk, England. LDS C044451/993654. [Could be.... This is my best candidate after reviewing all possibilities that I now have....]

Ann Wall, daug. of Augustine Wall, christened Jun 28, 1583, Saint Simon and Saint Jude, Norwich, Norfolk, England, LDS C044451/993654.


Cyslye Wale, dau of Harry and Alice Wale, christened May 30, 1574, Catfield, Norfolk, England. LDS C043581/894718.


Cecily Walles, dau. of Edward Walles, christened July 7, 1616, Ryton, Durham, England. LDS P000841/091110.


Margaret Walle, dau. ?, christened Feb 18, 1559, Hadleigh, Suffolk, England. C063182/919574.


Margaret Wall, dau. of Elbrighte and Joane Wall, christened April 23, 1564, Woolverstone, Suffolk, England. C062781/919639.


Margaret Walles, dau. of James and Roose (stet) Walles, christened Feb 11, 1564, Lowestoft, Suffolk, England. P009831/097130, book.


Margaret Wall, dau. of Nicholas Wall, christened Oct 11, 1579, Auckland St. Andrew, Durham, England. LDS P000211/091080. [I have a feeling about this one....]


Margaret Walle, dau. of Davide Walle, christened May 18, 1600, Ryton, Durham, England. LDS P000841/091110.


Margaret Wall, daug. of Frederick Wall, christened Sep 26, 1602, of Durham, Durham, England. LDS member submission.


Margaret Wall, dau. of John Wall, christened Sept 26, 1602, Saint Oswald, Durham, Durham, England. LDS P000091/091092. [Hhhhmmmm....]


Margaret Wall, daug. of Robert Wall, christened March 23, 1606, Kirk Merrington, Durham, England. P000881/091097.


Margareta Walles, daug. of Johannis Walles, christened Sept 23, 1610, Saint James, Bury Saint Edmunds, Suffolk, England. LDS P012191/097124, book. [Ya, I tink we can disregard dis one.]


Margaret Wall, daug. of Robert Wall, christened Dec 17, 1615, Kirk Merrington, Durham, England. LDS P000881/091097.


Margeret Firman, dau. of Clement and Margaret Firman, christened Apr 12, 1688, Barrow Suffolk, England. LDS C062642/952207.


Margaret Fyrmyn, dau. of Edmund Fyrmyn, christened June 20, 1589, Chevington, Suffolk, England, P012271/942.64/C5 V26C/book.


There are A LOT of Firman/ Fyrmyn/ Fyrim/ etc. in Suffolk. LOTS. Almost all of them in England are there. Page after page after page. Also many in Essex, but in the 1800's.


Margaret Firmin or Firminge, dau. of George Firmin or Firminge, christened Aug 7, 1636, Saint Matthew, Ipswich, Suffolk, Enghland. LDS P012771/942.64/I2 V26M. Book.


Elizabeth Firmin, dau. of Giles Firmin, christ. April 3, 1569, Stoke by Nayland, Suffolk, England. LDS C063142/919631. [This one just caught my eye. No reason...]


~Silas Carroll received Methodist Church, Pittsfield, Pike County, Illinois, Sept 11, 1887, from probabation by H.W. Davis removed by letter Jan 25, 1893


~Dicy Carroll received Methodist Church, Pittsfield, Pike County, Illinois, Sept 11, 1887, from probabation by H.W. Davis removed by letter Jan 25, 1893


~Addie Carroll received Methodist Church, Pittsfield, Pike County, Illinois, Sept 21, 1890, from probabation by W.S. Calhoun


Methodist Church, Pittsfield, Pike County, Illinois, record: married 1906, June, no day given, Leland Lowe and Alice Sackett, him 20, her, 19; both of Newburg Township, Pike County, IL, married by James O. Kirkpatrick.


~Gordon and Mrs. And Mary Dimmitt were received into the Methodist Church, Pittsfield, Pike County, Illinois, March 5, 1916 by William R. Leslie. Church record.


Vera Landess was received into the Methodist Church, Pittsfield, Pike County, Illinois, Feb 15, 1920. Church record.


Olive Kesterson moved to Colorado according to pre - 1920 Methodist Church record, Pittsfield, Pike County, Illinois.


Methodist Church, Pittsfield, Pike County, Illinois Record: Elmer H. Rhodes married Ada Landess Feb 3, 1917. Both aged 25. Both of Pittsfield. Marr by Wm R. Leslie.


Methodist Church, Pittsfield, Pike County, Illinois Record: Mrs. Frank Carrell died/Apr 14 1921 aged 58, bur Pleasant Grove.


Methodist Church, Pittsfield, Pike County, Illinois record: Arthur Hayden, aged 41, bur Blue River - date?


~Jos Kesterson died April 3, 1922 bur Sunny Hill, aged 37, Methodist Church record, Pittsfield, Pike County, Illinois.


~Funeral Card: Frank L. Lowe. Date and Place of Birth: March 10, 1908, Pittsfield, Illinois. Date and Place of Passing: July 18, 1983, Williston, ND. Funeral Service: Faith United Methodist Church, Thursday, July 21, 1983, Eleven o’clock, a.m. Officiating: The Rev. Dr. Preston C. Brown. The Rev. Darrel Aleson. Musicians: Mrs. Elaine Doeden, soloist. Mrs. Barbara Tinineko, organist. Casket bearers: Lee Lowe, Calvin Nelson, John Krabseth, Robert Lowe, Gary Browning, Gilbert Haugen. Military Rites: V.F.W. Color Guard & Firing Squad. Interment: Hillside Memorial Gardens. Williston, ND.


~Funeral Card: Mrs. John (Valera) Howard. Date and place of Birth: April 14, 1900 Pittsfield, Illinois. Date and Place of Death: Dec 28, 1982, Williston, N. Dakota. Funeral Mass: St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, Friday, December 31, 1982, two o’clock pm. Celebrant: The Rev. Raymond A. Aydt. Musicians: Mrs. Kathleen Smith, soloist; Mr. Denley McKenzie, Soloist; Mrs. Agnes Monger, Organist. Casket bearers: Her grandsons: John Elsperger, Jr, Terry Haugen, John Howard, Lee Morast, Melvin Klingenberg, Bruce Elsperger, Chris Haugen, Desi Sporbert, Rick Pauloski, Paul Rodriguez, Joseph Brizek, Jr. Interment: Riverview Cemetery - Williston, ND.


~Evelyn Lowe’s Notes: Valera - Kathleen, John Elsperger. Four Children: John, Diana (ch: Angela); Wanda & Desi Sporburt (no children); Bruce; Erin. || Viola - wifeof Eugene. Children: John and Dorothy. Grandchildren: Kimberly, John Patrick. Viola’s daughter: Linda. || Eileen & Jo Brizek. No children || Donna & Gilbert Haugen. Grandchildren: Terry, Kathy, Charlotte, Cris.|| Lena Wochski - sister. No children.


~Funeral Card: In loving memory of Neva G. Lassen. Born April 27th, 1895. D: Nov 10, 1980. Private services Wednesday, Nov. 12, 1980, Forest Home Cemetery. The Reverend Lewis E. Nichols Officiating.


~Funeral Card: In memory of Virgil E. Lowe, October 6, 1897 - Nov. 10, 1979. Services: Nov. 15, 1979, 1:30pm. Michelotti-Sawyers Mortuary. Officiant: Dr. Vern L. Klingman, First United Methodist Church. Music: “The Old Rugged Cross”, “God Be With You Til We Meet Again”. Organist and Soloist: Merrill Womach. Casket Bearers: R.J. Lowe, Gary Bird, Harold Baker, Mark Lowe, Paul Hultgren, Cloyd Hudson. Interment: Sunset Memorial Gardens. Route of procession east on Alderson.


~Funeral Card: In Memory of Herman W. Lowe. Date of Birth: July 21, 1899. Date of Death: February 13, 1972. Place and Time of Service: Querfeld Funeral Home, Thursday, February 17, 1972, at 1:00pm. Clergyman: Rev. William Rice. Place of Interment: Michigan Memorial Park.


~Funeral Card: In Memory of Sidney A. (stet) Robinson. Age 89. B: Aug 6, 1903. D: Nov 2, 1992. Funeral Services: Wed., Nov. 4, 1992 at 1:00pm Inter-city Baptist Church. Officiating: Pastor Eugene Townes. Interment: Michigan Memorial Park. Arrangements by: Martenson Funeral Home, Inc.


Funeral card: In memory of Florine F. Robinson. Age 88. Dob: Sept 21, 1904. DOD: Sept 20, 1993. Funeral services from Inter-city Baptist Church. Friday, Sept. 24, 1993 at 11:00am. Officiating: Dr. Eugene Townes. Interment: Michigan Memorial Park.


~1937, Dec 17 Death of Pearl Lowe Rhodes. Pearl Della [Lowe] Rhodes. Husb: Allan P. Rhodes. Born: June 6, 1884, Pike County, Illinois. Informant: Allan P. Rhodes. Death: Dec 17, 1937, 10:30pm of Cerebral hemorage (that day); hyperthyroidism; hypertension; chronic Myocarditis. Buried West Cemetery, Pittsfield, IL on Dec 20, 1937.


~+1919, July 19          Death cert for Clarence William11 Lowe, son of Edward. Clarence W. Lowe. Born Nov 8, 1914. Died July 19, 1919 8:00am, Newburg, Pittsfield, IL. Father: Edward Lowe. Mother: Estella M. Clough. Cause: Toxemia. The toxemia was what killed him but it was caused from appendicitis. Physician: R.O. Smith, M.D., Pittsfield, IL. Buried West Cemetery, Pittsfield, IL on July 20, 1919.


~+1932, July 30Mabel F. Lowe: wife of Edward Lowe. Born Jun 8, 1881, Pittsfield, Illinois. Father: John Reel. Mother: Nancy Ann Betts. Died: July 30, 1932 at 9:30pm of apoplexy (that day) and arterial hypertension(1930). Buried Pittsfield West Cemetery August 1, 1932.


~1956, Jun 17 Death of Edward Lowe. Edward Lowe. 425 E. Fayette St, Pittsfield, Illinios. Born July 24, 1882, Pike County, IL. Died June 17, 1956, Illini Community Hosp, Pittsfield, IL. Farmer. SS 346-16-4202. Cause: Uremia (10 days); benign prostatic hypertrophy (10 years); generalized arteriosclerosis: Hypertensive cardiovascular renal disease. Signed: William G. Kraybill, MD. Buried West Cemetery, Pittsfield, IL June 19, 1956.


~1943- Lyndle Lowe made pilgimage to the Holy Land and received cert from Archimandrite Kyriakos, Guardian and Superior of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. August 1943. Jerusalem.


~Funeral card Stella M. Lowe - Pittsfield, IL Died Dec 6, 1919, aged 33 years 2 months 14days. Services held at the Sunny Hill Church Rev. Rigney officiating. The sang “Beautiful Isle” and “My Father Knows”. ¶ Rendered by Cora Helm, Clyde Roads, A.B. Fields, Mrs. FV.Farrington. ¶ Pall bearers: William Landess, Albert Hoos, Otis Greathouse, Roy Kenyon, Arthur Manker, W.R. Hall.


~Post card from Ed Lowe to B.J. Lowe: Sat and in Painview Texas getting along fine ..Would of wrote you sooner but dident come through no town. We are seeing lots of sight and having a good time. E- June 18, 1909 [Lyndle says he was passing through]


~Uncle Ed was trying to claim land in New Mexico, Roswell (and also Boaz, NM) to be exact, in 1908. He sent a postcard to Uncle Frank in Pittsfield dated Dec 22, 1908 saying that he is ‘fine and dandy and like it better every day.”


~Ed Lowe was living in Phillips, Nebraska in 1922 (December 22).


~1974, May 26Death of Allan Pinkerton Rhodes Allan P. Rhodes died May 26, 1974 at 6:50pm. Cerebral vascular accident due to arteriosclerotic heart disease. Father: Daniel Rhodes. Mother: Grace Shinn. Informant: Mary G. Williams, daughter. D. at Illini Community Hospital. DOB: July 1, 1884 Pittsfield. Last address: 351 Landess Terrace, Pittsfield.


Lowe, Pearl: Married 1905, Feb 15. Allen Rhodes and Pearl Lowe him: 21, her23; both of Sunny Hill; married by James O. Kirkpatrick. Methodist Church record, Pittsfield, Pike County, Illinois.


~+1911, Feb 11Ludwig Klemme. Born: Feb 19, 1826. Died Feb 11, 1911 at 5:30am, Pittsfield, Pike County, IL. Buried: South Cemetery, Pittsfield, IL on Feb 13, 1911, 2pm. Father: Louis Klemme, born Germany. Cause: Pneumonia & heart Lesion; old age. Physician: C.H. Doss, Pittsfield, IL. He was a cabinet maker and dry goods merchant.


~*1943, May 16Death of Roy Kenyon, h. of Nona Sackett. Roy Alvin Kenyon. Born: Nov 5, 1879, Pittsfield, Illinois. Died: May 16, 1943, 8:00am of Coronary Thrombosis; cardiac decompensation (3 weeks); congestive heart failure; hypertension. Doctor: W.K. Jennings, MD, Pittsfield. Wife: Winona [Sackett] Kenyon. Farmer. Father: William M. Kenyon. Mother: Rhoda Carlton. Buried West cemetery, Pittsfield, IL on May 18, 1943.



~*1945, May 11Armilda Sackett death. Born Sept 25, 1861, Pike County, Ill. Died Pittsfield 5/11/1945 at 10PM of Broncho-pneumonia (4 days) and acute myocardial failure (2 weeks). She was the wife of John Sackett. Father: Jake Welty of Ohio. Mother: Mary Cooley of Ohio. Alice Sackett Lowe was the informant. Buried West Cemetery May 13, 1945, Pittsfield, IL.


~1955, Feb 25 Death of Delbert Leroy13 Robertson Jr., Jeannine and Delbert’s son. Delbert Leroy Robertson, JR: born Nov 27, 1954, Illinois. Died Feb 25, 1955, St. Mary’s Hosp, Quincy, Adams County, IL. F: Delbert Robertson. M: Jeanne Lowe. Cause: Congestive heart failure due (2 weeks) due to congenital heart disease (since birth). Buried West Cemetery, Pittsfield, IL.


~1956, Apr 12Death of Fred Klemme. Fred Klemme. B: Feb 10, 1884, Pittsfield, IL. Died April 12, 1956, St. John’s San, Clear Lake, Sangamon County. Father: Charles Klemme. M: Pauline Baugh. Cause: Tuberculosis of lung, far-advanced. Signed: Darrell H. Trumpe, MD. Buried West Cemetery, Pittsfield, IL on April 16, 1956.


~1985, Feb 2   Death of Elmer Vernon Lowe. Funeral Card: In memory of Elmer V. Lowe. Nov. 23, 1906 - Feb 2, 1985. Final Rites: 2:00 pm, Tuesday, Feb 5, 1985. Niebur Funeral Home, Pittsfield, IL. Officiating: Dr. John C. Wilkey, Pastor - Pittsfield United Methodist Church. Special Music: “How Great Thou Art” and “The Old Rugged Cross”. Casket Bearers: Hayward Lowe, Wayne Lowe, Warren Lowe, Lyndle Lowe, Ronald Wahlgren, Leland Wahlgren. Honorary Casket Bearers: Kenneth Weinant, Walter Webel, William Staff. Interment: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, ILL. Arrangements: Niebur Funeral Home.


~1995, Jan 28 Death of Hank Wahlgren Henry A. Wahlgren. Cardiorespiratory arrest secondary to circulatory collapse. ¶ Multiple organ failure including renal failure, liver failure and death. B: Feb 2, 1911, Hobart, Indiana. SS: 344-09-1264 Father: Victor Wahlgren Mother: Ella Hagberg. Cardiorespiratory arrest. Died at 7:15am.


~Funeral Card: In Memory of Mrs. Alice S. Lowe. ¶ February 19, 1888 - November 9, 1990 ¶ Final Rites. 11:00 a.m. Monday, Nov. 12, 1990. The First United Methodist Church. ¶ Officiating: Rev. Prosper Tournear. Rev. William Brown. ¶ Special Music: “In the Garden” ¶ Organist: Mrs. Virginia Burrows ¶ Casket bearers: Wayne Lowe, Lyndle Lowe, Jim Lowe, Ron Wahlgren, Lee Wahlgren, Delbert Robertson. ¶ Honorary Casket Bearers - Ralph Kern


~Pike County records: Jane Huston married Tyra Blake. Tyra died Feb 1, 1890. They married Dec 7, 1871.



1838,+ Death of William Huston. He was prob born about 1816. Name of parents. Date/place of birth. He was married in Pike 1837 to Maria Whittemore.


1840,-1860 Birth/Death of Sadie Shehan Low, Newburg, Pike County, Illinois.

1843, Apr 16 Death of Elizabeth Huston, Newburg township, Pike County, Illinois. Buried Low(e) Cemetery at Sunny Hill, Newburg.

1846, Apr 24 Birth record of William Thomas Low, Pike County, Illinois.

1848,   Death of Thomas Huston., Pike County, Illinois.


1854, June 1   Death of Phebe Mary Jones, Pike County, Illinois.

~1855, Jan 23 Charles H. Kesterson married Nancy Jane Davis, Pike County, Illinois.

~1855, May 31 SECOND CEREMONY RECORDED: Charles H. Kesterson married Nancy Jane Davis, Pike County, Illinois.

~1855, May 8 Peter Kesterson married Nancy Lytle, Pike County, Illinois.

~1862, Feb 15 James Carrell married Julie Reed, Pike County, Illinois.

~1862, Mar 7  Aaron Carrell married Sarah P. Brown, Pike County, Illinois.

~1864, Feb 8   Birth of James William Greathouse, Pearl, Pike County, Illinois.

1865, Nov 28  Birth of Robert Henry Greathouse, Pike County, Illinois.

~1870, Feb 16 Marriage of Judson Culver, son of Benjamin to Sophia Baker. Marr by Joseph Troutner, JP, Pike County, Illinois.

~1867, May 12 Birth of Hester May Greathouse, Pike County, Illinois.


~1869, Aug 4 Marriage of Theo and Phebe Low Smith, Pike County, Illinois.

~1869, May 6 Birth of Ida Elizabeth Greathouse, Pike County, Illinois.


~1870, Mar 17 Giles Culver married Elizabeth Main, Pike County, Illinois.


1871, Jan 29 Birth of Geneva Greathouse . Also have seen November 11, 1871. Check grave date, Pike County, Illinois.

 

~1871, Oct 6   Lyman Carrell married Sarah Olivell, Pike County, Illinois.

~1872, Feb 10 Marriage of Jackson Culver, son of Benjamin, to Martha “Mattie” J. Bader. Marr by L. Smith, MG, Pike County, Illinois.

~1872, Apr 3  Moses J. Carrell married Mary A. Northup, Pike County, Illinois.

~1872, Oct 6   John W. Montgomery married MRS. Catherine Burnett, Pike County, Illinois.

~1872, Oct 8   Marriage of Lewis Jones to Cornelia Davidson. Married by H.D. Clark, MG, Pike County, Illinois.

~1872, Feb 8   Marriage of Bingham Low and Mary Culver. Hardin Township, Pike County, Illinois.

1872,-1879ish Marriage of Sarah Moore If same: Sarah A. Moore married Willam H. Cook prob after 1877, Pike County, Illinois.

1873, Dec 4    Death of Nellie "Effie" V. Smith, Pike County, Illinois.


1875, Sept 13 Death of Phebe Crippen Culver, wife of Benjamin, Hardin Township, Pike County, Illinois. Not on file

1877, Feb 28 Marriage of Benjamin Culver to Elizabeth Bryson, Pike County, Illinois. Not on file

1877, Sept 4 Greathouses come back from Kansas. Little Margaret is dead.

1877, July 31 Death of Geneva L. Greathouse, Pittsfield, Pike County, IL. NOF

~1877, Aug 25 Jay L. Culver married Samantha Bryson, Pike County, Illinois.

~1877, Aug 29 Joseph B. Carrell married Lizzie E. Allen, Pike County, Illinois.

~1878, Mar 23 America Landess died March 23, 1878, 9 am in Montezuma township, Pike County, IL of cerebro spinal meningitis; abscess left lung; 7 day duration. Buried in Milton, IL. 27 yrs, 11 mo and 7 days old. Farmer. Born Ohio.

~1878, May 10Birth: Charles Culver. Born May 10th, 1878 near Time, Pike County, IL. Mother: Elizabeth. Father: Giles Culver, farmer. Midwife: Susan Main of Independence, IL.


1879, Sep 24 Mary E. Frye Died Sept 24, 1879 aged 19 yrs. Single. Born Indiana. Hired girl. Died near Barry of typhoid fever. Buried in Shaws cemetery. , Pike County, Illinois.

~1880, Jan 6 Napoleon Greathouse takes out license to marry MRS. Nancy J. Caldwell. “She went back on him”. So he married March 1, 1880 Mrs. Martha Elliot by D.H. Bodine, JP, Pike County, Illinois.

1880,+ Death of Elizabeth Bryson Culver. She was born abt 1840., Pike County, Illinois.

1880, May 20 Lee Roy Huston. Died May 20, 1880, Pike County, ILL. Born Illinois. 2 yrs, 9 months, 7 days. Cause: Convulsions. Cause not fully understood. Suffered 5 hours., Pike County, Illinois.

~1880, Dec 24 Flora E. Blake. Died Dec 24, 1880, 7:20pm, Newburg Township, Pike County, Illinois. 1 month 26 days old. Bronchitis and spasms. Suffered 5 days. Buried Blue River Cemetery. Physician: T.W. Shastid. Child of Eiire (Davis) and Martin Blake. Father born Indiana. Child born Oct 26, 1880.

~1881, Jun 14 Arthur B. Greathouse. Died June 14, 1881, Pittsfield, Pike County, Illinois. Cause: Cerebral spinal menengitis; typho malarial fever; suffered 28 days. He was a printer. No place of burial listed. No age. May have been 17yrs? - Son of George Washington Greathouse

~1882, Nov 21W.W.S. Kendall. Farmer and Physician. Died Nov 21, 1882, Griggsville, Pike County, Ill. Cause: Capillary Bronchitis. Suffered 10 days. Buried Walnut Grove Cemetery on Nov 22. Age 67 yrs, 6 mo 10 days. Says he was born in Maine.

~1883, Aug 20Death of Gracie Olive Smith, daughter of Phebe Low Smith. Gracie Olive Smith Died Aug 20, 1883, Newburg Township, Pike County, Illinois. Aged 1 yr, 9 mo, 10 days. Cause: Congestion of Brain. Duration: 5 days. Buried: Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Pike County, Illinois. Physician: T.W. Shastid.

1884 Birth of Nona Sackett, Pike County, Illinois.

1884, Apr 26   Death of Hiram Jellerson/Gellerson

~1891, Nov 5  Marriage of Robert Henry Greathouse to Alvaretta Batson, Pike County, Illinois.


~1886, Nov 9 Marriage James William Greathouse married Fannie Jane Kesterson by C.W. Patterson, JP, Pike County, Illinois.

~1887, Dec 24 Death of Mary Wyman Low Jellerson/Gellerson Widow. Born Maine. 90 yrs 5 mo 21 days. Died of Bronchitis after 10 day duration of illness, Pike County, Illinois. Buried Pittsfield West Cemetery Dec 25, 1887.

1887, June Birth of Rhsa? Low . Child of Charles10, Joseph Francis9, Pike County, Illinois. Need name. NOF

1888, Nov Birth of Nellie Low. Child of Charles10, Joseph Francis9, Pike County, Illinois. NOF

~1890, Feb 1 Tyra E. Blake died on Feb 1, 1890, aged 74 yrs, 5 mo, 16 days. Married. Born Ohio. Died Newburg Township, Pike County, IL of Pneumonia. Suffered 7 days. Buried Low Cemetery, Sunny Hill on Feb 3, 1890.


~1889, Apr 6 Death Henry Hoos. 48 yrs old. Farmer. Born Germany. Died Newburg Township of Peritonitis Traumatic; occlusion of Bowels (64 hrs). Buried “Lontti”? Cemetery, Pike County, Illinois.

~1890, Jan 23 Moses J. Carrel died Jan 23, 1890, 39 yrs, 4 mo, 25 days. Farmer. Married. Died in Flint, Pike County, Il of Pneumonia; suffered 7 days. Buried in Maysville on Jan 24th.

1890, Aug 21  Marriage of Gracey, Edward to Bessie Clara 10 Smith, Phebe 9 Low, Pike County, Illinois.

1890, Oct 11 Clara F. Lowe died Oct 11, 1890, Brown Co, Illinois. 28 yrs, 9 mos, 16 days. Married housewife. Cause: Phthisis. Suffered 3 yrs. Buried Benville, Oct 12, 1890. Lived in Perry, , Pike County, Illinois.

1890, - 1894 Marriage of Phebe Margaret Greathouse and Austin Skeen, Pike County, Illinois. NOF

1890, after Marriage of Swartz, B.F. to Bessie Clara 10 Smith (Gracey), Phebe 9 Low, Pike County, Illinois.

~1891, Aug 26 Marriage of Emmett O. Smith and Emma N. Carrell by H.F. Klive, MG, Pike County, Illinois.

~1891, Sep 13 Death of Phebe Low Jones Dutton Moore. Phebe Moore. Born Maine. Died Sept 13, 1891, aged 73 yrs, 5 mo, 23 days. Widowed. Died Pittsfield, Ill of Dentonitis from which she suffered 2 days. Buried Moore cemetery on Sept 14. Physician: T.W. Shastid., Pike County, Illinois.

~1892, Feb 11 Joseph Rhodes. Died February 11, 1892, Griggsville, IL. 68 yrs 1 mo 0 days. Married. Born in England. Lived in Illinois 50 yrs. Cause: “Brifils disease”.Buried Bethel Cem on Feb 13, 1892.

1892, Sept Birth of Fred Low born. Child of Charles10, Joseph Francis9., Pike County, Illinois. NOF

1894, Feb 21 Death of Phebe Margaret Greathouse Skeen?, Pike County, Illinois.

1895, Aug 18 Death of James Culver Low    Couldn’t find in Pike County, Illinois.

1896 Birth of Sadie Greathouse, daughter of Robert Henry Greathouse, son of Mary Ellen, Pike County, Illinois. NOF

1896, Jan 16   Death of Alta D. Greathouse, b. April 27, 1893, dau of Robert Henry Greathouse. Kathy Berigan, has her death date as Jan 18, 1895, Pike County, Illinois.. NOF

1898, June 11 Death of Eliz Montgomery Robinson Smith at Clover. (Calhoun County?) NOF

~1900, May 21           Nora Holloway death, Pike County, Illinois.. West Cemetery.

~1901, July 10            Death of Theo Smith. Theodore W. Smith. 60 yrs, 11 mo, 25 days. Farmer. Died July 10, 1901, Newburg Township, Pike County, IL. Born: Virginia. Cause: Chronic Bronchitis (since 1865); superinducing; disease of heart (since 1898). Buried at Pleasant Grove Cemetery on July 11, 1901. Physician: F. Marion Crane, Pittsfield, IL.

1902, Nov 15  Death of Robert Henry Greathouse, Pike County, IL. NOF



1904, Oct 22   Death of Ettie Carrell (I have the death cert...need the obit)

~1905, Apr 17 Marriage of Winona Sackett and Roy A. Kenyon by J.M. Asbell, MG


~1911, Jun 14 Nancy Kesterson. Born Feb 15, 1831, Ohio. Widow. Died June 14, 1911, 4pm, Milton, Pike County, IL. Buried: Low Cemetery, Sunny Hill on June 15, 1911 4 pm. Father: Clark Davis, born Penn. Mother: ? Falles, born Penn. Informant: C.E. Kesterson of Milton, IL. Cause: Paralysis; Senility.


~1913, Mar 9  Marriage of Anna Esther Ward and Paul Lowe, Pike County, Illinois.


~1920, Mar 6 Evaline J. Landess. Informant: Levi Landess. Born: July 8, 1841, Illinois. Died: March 6, 1920, Pearl, Pike County, Illinois. Father: John Sweat. Mother: Rachel Martin. Cause: Bronchitis following influenza. She evidently had had influenza but was sick and going when I saw her; Organic heart seisure. Physician: W.H. Garrsion, Hillview, IL. Buried: French Cemetery, Pearl, Il.


~1920, Mar 16 Levi J. Landess. Father: J. Allen Landess. Born: Dec 23, 1840, Ohio. Died: March 16, 1920, Pearl, Pike County, IL. Widowed. Cause: Lobar Pneumonia. Physician: A.D. Chidlow, MD, Pearl, IL. Informant: Arthur Landess, Kansas City, Kan. Buried: French Cemetery, Pearl, IL.


1923, May 16 Lyle Anthony Rhoades: Male, white, born: July 6, 1908, died May 16, 1923, Pike County, Illinois. Father: Emmett Rhoades of Griggsville. Mother: Edna Sneeden of Detroit, IL. Cause of death: Accidental. Chest crushed by heavy wagon box thrown from wagon drawn by runaway team. Buried Bethel Cemetery. He was only 14 yrs.



~1924, Jan 4 Grace L. Rhodes. Wife of Daniel Rhodes. Born April 9, 1861, Griggsville, Pike County, Illinois. Died January 4, 1924. Cause: Organic heart failure. Father: John B. Shinn. Mother: Charlotte Fielding. Informant: Dan Rhodes. Buried: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, IL.



~+1932, Jul 7 Perry Sanford Landess. Married to Dora Belle Boyd. Born: April 24, 1852, Princetown, Ohio. Died: July 7, 1932, Newburg Township, Pike County, IL. Father: William Landess. Mother: Elizabeth Sanderson. Informant: wife. Cause: arterosclerois; senility. Buried South cemetery, Pittsfield, July 9, 1932.



~1932, Jan 22 William Lowe. Male, white, single. Born Oct 18, 1863, Dayton, Ohio.(???) Father: Joseph Lowe, born Portland, Maine. Mother: Sarah F. Smith (b. Richmond, Virginia) Informant: Charles V. Hoskins, Barry, Illinois. Buried Park Lawn Cemetery, Barry, ILL Jan 24, 1933. Retired laborer/section hand. Cause: carcinoma of sigmoid (1 yr). Doctor: W.W. Kuntz, Barry, Pike County, Illinois.


~1933, Jun 9 Stella May Lane. Father: John Davidson, born Ohio. Mother: Elizabeth Kenyon, born Ohio. Husband: Harry Lane. Born: 39 yrs, 10 months, 16 days. Died: June 9, 1933. Cause: chronic brights disease. Doctor: L.S. Lacy, Pittsfield, IL. Buried: Sunny Hill, Newburg Township, June 11, 1933.


~*1945, Mar 3 Marriage of Warren Lowe to Betty Mae Browning, Pike County, Illinois.


~1951, Dec 11Harriet Eliza Landess. Widow of Jesse Landess, Pearl, Pike County, IL. Born Aug 7, 1866, Bedford, Pike County, IL. Died Dec 8, 1951, Pearl, Montezuma Township, Pike County, IL. Father: William P. Sargent; Mother: Harriett Eliza Chandler. Informant, Allie Landess, son. Cause: Endocarditis due to a rheumatoid condition; senility. Buried Blue River Cemetery, Detroit Township, Pike County, Illinois on Dec 11, 1951. Doctor: F. Johnston, MD of Milton, Pike County, Illinois.


-1948, Sep 13Marion Wilbur Carrell D: Sept 13, 1948, Pittsfield. Father: John Thomas Carrell. Mother: Sarah Bartlett. Informant: Lottie G. Heavner of Milton, Pike County, Illinois. Deceased wife: Martha. Born: May 28, 1873, Pike County, Illinois. Buried: Smith Cemetery, Detroit Township, Illinois. Cause: cerebral thrombosis (3 wks) due to generalized arteriosclerosis (4 yrs); postpperative prostate (10 months).


~1955, Sep 22 Death of Joyce Lowe. Joyce Elaine Lowe. B: Oct 23, 1951, Pittsfield, IL. D: Sept. 22, 1955, Illini Community Hosp, Pittsfield. F: Hayward Lowe. M: Esther Louise Hunt. Cause: Skull lacerations and intracranial hemorrhage; severe blows on head; fall from pony she was riding - Rural Martinsburg township, Pike County, IL. Buried West Cemetery, Pittsfield, IL. Plattner Funeral Home.


~1955, Apr 15            Death of Lindon Low, son of Nim. Lindon Leslie Low. DOB: Jan 29, 1869, Nebo, Pike County, IL. DOD: April 15, 1955, Couch Nursing Home, Pittsfield, IL. Never married. Farmer. Father: James Low. M: Julia Webster. Informant: Floyd L. Rhodes. Cause: Myocardial Degeneration. Duration 7 yrs. Signed by James H. Rutledge, MD. Buried West Cemetery, April 17, 1955.


~*1948, Nov 14          Death of Hester May Greathouse, Baylis. Hester May Greathouse Daniel. New Salem, Pike County, Illinois - moved from County to town 10 days before death. Born: May 12, 1867, Pittsfield, Illinois. Died: Nov 14, 1948 at 2:30pm. Cause: Cerebral hemorrhage (6 hrs); arteriosclerosis (10 yrs). Doctor: W.W. Kuntz, Barry, Illinois. Father: Napoleon B. Greathouse; Mother: Mary Ellen Lowe. Informant: Mrs. Louis Vannatta of New Salem, Illinois. Buried: Baylis Cemetery, Baylis, Pike County, Illinois on Nov 16, 1948.


~*1950, Apr 23 Death of Emmett Smith, son of Phebe and Theo. Emmett Oliver Smith: Born June 19, 1870, Pittsfield, IL. Address: 510 Oklahoma, Pittsfield, IL. Died April 23, 1950, Pittsfield, Illinois. Carpenter. Father: Theodore Smith. Mother: Phoebe Lowe. Informant: Holly C. Smith, son. Cause: Rhumatic Valvulitis inactive with deformity of mitral valve (5 years). Doctor: James H. Rutledge, MD, Pittsfield, Il. Buried Pleasant Grove cemetery, Newburg township, Pike County, Illinois on April 25, 1950.


~1953, Oct 8   Death of Ida Elizabeth Greathouse. Ida Elizabeth Greathouse Bollman: B: March 6, 1896. D: Oct 8, 1953, Bollman Home, Detroit, Pike County, IL. Born: (According to death cert): Kansas. Widowed. Father: N.B. Greathouse. Mother: Unknown [Mary Ellen Low]. Informant: Arthur Bollman of R.R. 3, Pittsfield, Il. Cause: Endocarditis due to arthritis; Senility. Buried: Blue River Cemetery, Detroit Township, Pike County, IL. on Oct 10, 1953. Doctor: F. Johnston, MD of Milton, Illinois.


~1957, Feb 6 Death of Emma Carrell Smith, wife of Emmett. Emma Smith (wife of Emmett). Father’s name: Aaron Carroll; mother: Sarah Brown. Died Feb 6, 1957, Illini Hosp, Pittsfield. Widow. Address: 605 Dutton St., Pittsfield, IL. In hosp. 4 days. Born: Sept 14, 1866, Pike County, Ill. Cause: Paralytic ileus; possible mesentric embolism; generalized arterioscleroitc and coronary heart disease. Fracture right femur at the hip joint Feb 2, 1957. Fell at home. Signed by J.A. Miranda Vargas, M.D. Buried Pleasant Grove cemetery, Newburg Township, Pike County, IL on Feb 9, 1957. Plattner Funeral Home.



~Johanna Veronica (Quigley) Lowe, wife of Forrest10, wrote on the back of a photo of her sister-in-law, Mayme (Landess) Lowe (Mrs. Arthur Lowe): "This is Mamie when she was young and gay - she is still very gay and I am very fond of her. Mamie gave this to me when I visited them a few days after Thanksgiving 1959 while I was in Chicago for a week to spend the holiday with my mother. I spent just one day in Pittsfield but managed to see everyone as they all came in to Arts or Lees to see me. I had a wonderful day and it was good to see all."


~Arthur Lowe: Funeral card - Birth: March 18, 1892, Pike County, IL; Death: June 20, 1974; 214 E. Jefferson, Pittsfield, Illinois. Services held Sunday, June 23, 1974 at 2:00 p.m., Rev. William C. Jones, officiating. United Methodist Men’s Chorus, singing. Pallbearers: Carl Deemer, William Staff, William Weaver, Clifford Durr, Russell Willsey, Byron Barnd.


~*1943, May 27Death Forrest Hugo. Have obit from Democrat-Times. How abt Republican? Forrest Hugo Lowe. Born Oct 7, 1899, Pittsfield, IL. Died May 27, 1943, 7:15am, Illini Community Hosp, Pittsfield, IL. Cause: Uremia (7 days); Chr. Glomerule nephritis(5 yrs). Wife: Joanne Quigley Lowe. Occupation: Auto tire dealer/repair and businessman. Buried West Cemetery, Pittsfield, IL on May 29, 1943. Doctor: Myer Shulman, Pittsfield, IL.


~1974, Jun 20 Death of Arthur Lowe Arthur Benjamin Lowe (name from death cert) D: June 20, 1974. DOB: Mar 18, 1892. Died from : Myocardial infarction due to Coronary Atherosclerosis. Other conditions: Total abdominal colectomy with ileoproctotomy. Died at 7:35am. SS: 345-26-4017. Last add: 214 E. Fayette.


~1987, Mar 10 Death of Warren Lowe. 9:40pm. Hyper Calcemia/Metastatic Lung Cancer. SS: 347-18-7499.


~Arthur Lowe received (bapt)M.E. Church April 15, 1908, from probation by Art ?Capman?


~+1885, Jul 6 Death of William Landess 24 yrs 6 mo 12 days at 6 pm in Newburg Township, Pike County, IL of Bilious Colic (7 days). Buried Blue River Cemetery.


~1952, Jun 23 Death of Leslie Landess. Leslie P. Landess: Born Oct 24, 1868, Pittsfield, Illinois. Died June 23, 1952, Pittsfield, Illinois. Retired farmer. Father: William Landess. Mother: Elizabeth Sanderson. Informant: Stuart Landess, Sr., son. Cause: Acute coronary occlusion due to arteriosclerotic heart disease (1 year) and coronary insufficiency. Buried Oakwood cemetery, Pittsfield, IL. Doctor: J.M. Bailis.


~+1915, Apr 13Death cert for Elizabeth Sanderson Landess. Not on file in Pike County, Illinois.


~*1946, Jan 13           Death of Lydia Hoos Landess, wife of Leslie Landess. Lydia May [Hoos] Landess: Address: 420 N. Monroe St. Husband: Leslie Landess, alive, age 76. Born: March 13, 1886, Pike County, Illinois. Died: Jan 13, 1946 at 5:00am. Cause: Carcinoma of liver (3 months). Father: Henry Hoos. Mother: Elizabeth Kespohl [b: Germany]. Informant: Stuart Landess, Pittsfield, IL. Buried: Oakwood Cemetery, Pittsfield, IL on Jan 15, 1946. Doctor: Myer Shulman, MD, Pittsfield.


~Funeral card: In memory of Stuart E. Landess, Sr. B: June 28, 1897. D: Oct 17, 1983. Final rites: 2:00pm Wed (Oct 19, 1983). Niebur Funeral Home, Pittsfield, IL. Officiating: Rev. Lonnie Landess. Organist: Mrs. Joyce Landess. Vocalists: Mrs. Paula Landess & Mrs. Julia Burggaf. Special Music: “Oh, How He Loves You and Me”, “Jesus Loves Me”. Casket bearers: Michael Landess, Patrick Landess, Daniel Landess, Todd Gibson, Earl Hayden, Gerald Hayden. Honorary Casketbearers: Wayne Lowe, Warren Lowe. Interment: Oakwood Cemetery, Pittsfield, IL.