Children of Deacon John and Temperance (Spencer) Bigelow, all born Colchester, New London co, CT:
16321.61t Elihu, b 5 Sep 1792; d 9 Nov 1821 Johnstown, Licking co, OH; m (1) Lydia Lyons, ard (2)11 May 1818 Hannah Carsons. 3 sons.
16321.62 Temperance, b 13 Sep 1794; d 29 Feb 1796 Colchester.
16321.63t Temperance, b 29 Aug 1796; d 28 Oct 1853; m 21 June 1821 David W. Adams; res Des Moines, Polk co, IA. 7 children.
16321.64t Lucy, b 10 Sep 1798; d ____ ; m 21 Oct 1821 William Gelston; res E. Haddam, CT. 7 children.
16321.65t Cynthia, b 15 Dec 1800; d 15 Sep 1874 Colchester; m 12 Aug 1830 Daniel Buckley. 1 daughter.
16321.66t Mary, b 6 Jan 1803; d 17 Mar 1866; m 5 Sep 1824 Elijah Spencer. 7 children.
16321.67t Eunice, b 1 Mar 1805; d ___ ; m 25 Mar 1830 William Leffingwell; res Cambria, CA. 8 children.
16321.68t John Spencer, b 15 Mar 1807; d ____ ; m 11 Nov 1829 Caroline A. Wells. 9 children.
16321.69t Israel Bennoni, b 26 Sep 1809; d 29 Mar 1869 Brownsville, TX; m 2 Nov 1837 Mary H. Avery. 1 adopted daughter.
Bigelow Society,The Bigelow Family Genealogy Vol I,pg 330-331;
Howe, Bigelow Family of America;
vital records Colchester;
HISTORICAL GAZETTEER AND BIOGRAPHICAL MEMORIAL OF CATTARAUGUS COUNTY, NY, ed.
By WILLIAM ADAMS, pub 1893
Chapter: Town of Conewango
John Bigelow, a son of John and a native of Colchester, Conn., died in Conewango on April 14, 1844, coming here in 1834. He was a Revolutionary soldier and for many years a Baptist minister. He married Temperance Spencer and had born to him these children:
Elihu, Temperance, Temperance, 2d, Lucy, Cynthia, Mary, Eunice, John S., and Israel B.
John S. Bigelow was born March 14, 1807 He married Caroline A. Wells and his children were Wells J., Emmaria, Harriet, Antoinette L., Mary J., Charles A., Francis M., and Amanda H. Mr. Bigelow died March 26, 1866. Mrs. Bigelow survives and lives with her daughters Amanda and Harriet.
Wells J. Bigelow, born Nov. 5, 1830, married Laura P. Wood, and has one
daughter, Caroline A. (Mrs. Franklin C. Burt). Mr. Bigelow owns and operates
the Axeville cheese factory, which was built in 1870 by Morgan L. Worden.
submitted Mon, 23 Oct 2000 11:34:25 EDT
From: Janet Farnsworth Farns10th@aol.com
For any who are interested I am a direct descendent of Dr. Asa Ambrose Bigelow of Toledo, Ohio through his son William Edgar, grandson Chester Charles Sr. and Great grandson Chester Charles Jr. I have marriage and birth documentation for William Edgar which shows his father and mother. I would like to collaborate with Bigelows searching revolutionary war service by Oliver 6, John 5 or John 6, and the land aquisition by them that resulted in the founding of Johnstown, Ohio.
Chester Charles Bigelow III email firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Bigelow - Noyes
Date: Tue, 01 Sep 1998 12:30:41 -0700
From: Dan and Paula < email@example.com >
I am researching the NOYES family of Cattaraugus Co NY. Mary G. Noyes Kelly md John Bigelow in 1836. Do you have any info on Mary or who her first husband was? Any info you can give me on this family would be much appreciated. Thank you. Dan Peterson