Children of Amos A. and Abby (Chester) Bigelow, all born at Tomah, Monroe co, WI:
16164.9A1 George O., b 14 April 1856; d 30 Aug 1856 Tomah.
16164.9A2 Ida A., b 25 April 1857; d 05 May 1857.
16164.9A3t William Franklin, b 21 Feb 1858; d 09 June 1921 Tomah; m 20 Feb 1879 Rosetta Elizabeth Bates; 8 children.
16164.9A4 Adelaide L., b 29 June 1860; d after 1921 Long Beach, CA; m (1) 02 June 1879 Henry W. Dezotell of Appleton, MN; (m (1) 22 June 1879 Henry Demming? from another source), m (3) ______ Hitchcock; res. Brown Valley, MN.
16164.9A5t Hiram Oliver, b 29 Dec 1861; d 13 Nov 1953 Sparks, Monroe, WI; m (l) 25 Dec 1883 Alice R. Calkins (div.) and (2) 09 June 1891 Amy Marie Ramsey; total 5 children.
16164.9A6t Lowell Chester, b 30 Aug 1870/1; d 06 Dec 1948; m 18 Aug 1896 Orlon Aldrich; at least one child.
16164.9A7 Catherine M., b 09 Jan 1874; d 22 Feb 1925; m Leroy W. Ferdon.
The Bigelow Family Genealogy, Volume II, page 191;
The Bigelow Family Genealogy, Volume I;
Howe,Bigelow Family of America;
Monroe county records; various censuses.
Date: 28 Jan 2003 07:27:04 -0800
From: Tom Bigelow <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I've found 3 Great Great Uncles military records. First of all, Amos A.- 16164.9At, joined Company H 5th NY Cavalry at the age of 34 in 1861 in Crown Point NY. This unit saw a lot of action, including Bull Run, Antietam, Gettysburg and Appomattox Court House. His two younger brothers got involved after they moved to Wisconsin with my Great Great Grandfather Joseph after Catherine Chilcot Bigalow died (her gravestone stands in the Stevenson Cemetery in Westport NY).
Daniel W.-16164.9Ct joined the 49th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment in 1864 which saw virtually no action (guard duty at some obscure fort).