Children of Abel and Sarah (Clark) Bigelow:
15198.11t Lucy, b 4 Feb 1804 Manlius, NY; d 22 June 1894; m Jerrod Stocking. 11 children.
15198.12t Eliza Ann, b 28 Oct 1806 Manlius, NY; d 23 May 1898 Wichita, KS; m (1) in Canada, Hugh Malcolm, and (2) 1 Mar 1830 James Markle. 7 children.
15198.13t Jotham Richardson, b 7 Feb 1808 Manlius, NY; d 27 Jan 1876 Williamston, MI; m 23 Jan 1835 Susan Esther Montague. 6 children.
15198.14t Sarah, b ____ 1810; no death date; m 24 Feb 1830 Joseph Murrin Irish. 5 children.
15198.15t Mary, b 18 Aug 1813 Batavia, Genesee co, NY; d 22 Apr 1878; m 17 Aug 1834 Ariel Levi Benjamin; res Farmington, MI. 5 children.
15198.16t Electa, a twin, b 29 Sep 1816 Batavia, NY; d 1 Jan 1900 Oakland county, MI; m ____ Bentley Sabin. 5 children.
15198.17t Lura, a twin, b 29 Sep 1816 Batavia, NY; no death date; m 12 Nov 1834 Eldad Smith; res Oakland co. 4 children.
15198.18t Levi Houghton, b 2 July 1817 Batavia, NY; d 26 Sep 1887 Conway twp, Livingston co, MI (near Fowlerville); m (1)1 Nov 1840 Susan Mary Capen; (2) 2 May 1878 Eliza Mathews; res Fowlerville, MI. 10 children.
15198.19t Thomas Allen, b 19 July 1820 Sandwich, Ontario; d 17 May 1883 West Bloomfield, Oakland co, MI; m (1)16 June 1844 Sarah Benjamin, and (2) 9 Sep 1849 Tryphena Malcolm (daughter of Hugh Malcolm and his wife Eliza Bigelow--15198.12). 16 children.
Bigelow Family Genealogy Vol I , p 225-226;
Howe, Bigelow Family of America; page 182-183;
cemetery records Oakland county, MI;
Livingston and Oakland county, MI marriage records;
LaVerne Brown, The Abel Bigelow Line.
(Much of the data on the above 9 families of Abel 6 was collected by a descendant of Abel's son, Levi. LaVerne Brown, of Detroit Conservatory of Music, was so impressed by tales of his family's pioneering days that he spent his spare time interviewing and researching. In the 1930's, he distributed a mimeographed booklet to all of his relatives, in which he also related their ancestry on several lines. These manuscripts are still extant around the family and it is from them that we have collected dates, corroborating them from tombstones, county records, etc. since Brown's book, written strictly for the family, had no proof-of-date, so necessary to the genealogist. It is regrettable that LaVerne Brown left few places of death among his records).
Subject:Search your web site
Date:Tue, 13 Aug 2002 21:13:44 -0400
From: "Stan Wickman" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tried to use the search engine that pops up when I click the
link. Susan Mary Capen and Levi Houghton Bigelow both brought me the web
site for GO.COM. ????
I signed your guest book and explained my mission there. L.
H. Brown did an exhaustive survey of the Bigelows and reported his notes in a
letter dated 21 August 1931. I have a copy of the original here. My father
appears in it.
Sometime ago, I visited your web site and learned that
Brown's report had been included for reference. Today, I can find neither hide
nor hair of his report.
What am I doing wrong?
I am having trouble reading his "Notes on the Capen Line"
beginning on page 12 of his report. Has anyone entered this info in your
database? How might I find it? I just met (via email) a descendent of Levi Houghton
BIGELOW and Susan Mary CAPEN. I had hoped to be able to refer him to the
page on which these data appear.
I shall refer him anyway to your web site, but I am curious
as to the present state of affairs. Several of the links I tried found
the target is missing.