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Subject: Himely Family
Date: Fri, 1 Feb 2002 06:10:52 -0600
From: "Nancy Smith" <email@example.com>
Greetings, I have been in contact with Joan Bigelow
through the years and am a descendant from the Himely family my name is
Peter Sigismund Brune and I live in suburban Kansas City. This past
May I travelled to France and spent time with Jerome Himely exploring our
common roots. I remember spending time with Bushnell Bigelow at his
farm with my father Percy Julius Brune. I marvel at your website.
see /rod9/bus97224.htm .......................ROD
Subject: Bigelow - Kent- Ben Franklin
Date: Fri, 1 Feb 2002 20:29:00 EST
I thought you might find this interesting.
You posted a John Bigelow
married to a Kent. Daughter of Helmer B. Kent. I think.
I have Kents' buried in Bigelow Cemetery in Madison Co. Ohio.
I have been
told by my husband's Uncle that the Kents came from Vt. I know
were in VA and NJ and then Ohio. I have a feeling they started
in Mass. and
then Vt and Penn. The Revolutionary war would have brought our
James to VA.
What I have found interesting is that I found a Bailey buried in the
was from a family that were the next door neighbor of Benjamin Franklin
Penn. Also, Ben Franklin studied the Indians in VA and was in
Kent was a very good friend of Ben Franklin. John Bigelow
knew Ben Franklin
according to Ben's bio. This is all starting to come together.
I have also
seen connections from Bigelow Cemetery and Samuel G. Kent and Desire
whom were in Mass. Their daughter, Hannah Kent Gray's Bible records
found in Union Co. Ohio. I looked at them and compared to the
the people of the Bigelow Cemetery in Madison Co. Ohio and found that
people in the cemetery are related to the people from her Hannah's
Benjamin Kent had a son Benjamin that they lost track of . I
if our James descend from this Benjamin. This is where my search
We had a Lucinda Kent whom married E.W.Barlow. E.W. Barlow was
to a Bigelow. These records are all in the Plain City Library.
access some Union Co. Records by going to heritagepursuit.com. This
you abt. 11 Ohio Couties. Just scroll half way down the page
search. A search engine will pop up.
James from Hampshire Co. Va
Silas born June 9,1782 in NJ d. Oh and m. Olive West b. Conn d. Iowa
Hiram Kent b. Oh. m. Miranda Harrington b. Vermont
both died in Ohio
Cicero Kent b. Oh. m. Margaret Morford b. Delaware
both died in Ohio
Albert Kent b. Oh. m. Edith Poling b. Ohio both died
Roy Kent b. Oh. m. Hazel Hildreth b. Oh both
died in Ohio
Donald Kent b. Oh m. Shirley Kent b. Oh both
Dwight Kent b. Oh m. Belinda Lambour b. Oh both living
we have two sons
Kyle Kent b. Oh m. Jacylin Sewell b. Oh both living
Michael Kent still living
Do you have any information on Bigelow Cemetery in Madison Co. Ohio
Kent's buried there? Belinda Kent
see /rod/kent1.htm .........................ROD
Date: Sat, 2 Feb 2002 08:32:16 -0500
From: "Cinemox Lighting Services Inc" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Dear Dr. Bigelow;
I have grown up believing my dad was one of the first people in Canada
to have heart surgery. Having read an article written about you I
realize that that cannot be quite accurate as he had his surgery in 1964
or 65? Perhaps he was one of the first to have a certain
procedure? His name was John Craig and he lived in Sault St.
Marie. He had six children and was in his mid fourties. He
died within a few months of the operation. Although I am sure you
have met thousands if not millions of heart patients and have been involved
in many "firsts", I included these bits about him in case it can help you
I apologize for my lack of knowledge about my own father's information
but I was very young when he died and have always thought that I kinda
sorta knew what happened to him. Now, I would be interested in really
Thank-you for your time,
Subject: John Bigelow 1841 - 1917 - subject of my next book?
Date: Sat, 2 Feb 2002 21:45:07 -0500
From: Mike Weaver <email@example.com>
I was very excited when I came across the web site about Captain John
Bigelow. I have recently finished my first historic novel about
another Civil War hero,
General Albert G, Jenkins, and am trying to decide who will be the
my next book. My wife tells me that it has to be a Yankee, and
it turns out
that John Bigelow is an ancestor of hers. A family geneologist
did a family
tree that puts her (Mary Louise Bigelow) as a third cousin, twice removed
I remember correctly.
I am looking for any information about John Bigelow that I might read
understand and "get into" his character such as childhood and military
anecdotes and records, school records and sibling information.
It would be
good to learn more about his wife, Julia Gardner (?is that the right
and his step-daughter (Edna?). Through a local crony of mine,
I have copies
of several military papers and pension records. My crony has
the saddle he
used in Gettysburg and several other of his implements of battle.
I would love to hear from you and discuss this chap in more detail.
email address is firstname.lastname@example.org and my phone number is (717) 731-0577.
live in Camp Hill, PA which is a suburb of Harrisburg, the state capital.
I look forward to hearing from you. Mike Weaver
see /rod8/john8a.htm .........................ROD
Subject: Capt. John Bigelow
Date: Sun, 3 Feb 2002 14:39:40 -0500
From: "Andrew Klyman" <email@example.com>
I was doing some reading on Capt. Bigelow and the 9th Mass. Battery
at Gettysburg, and I was wondering if you would know if any
schools were named after him. I attended Bigelow Jr. High School (now
Bigelow Middle School) in Newton, MA, and was curious if there was a connection.
see /rod8/john8a.htm .........................ROD
Subject: Re: Capt. John Bigelow
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2002 14:52:52 -0700
From: "GUY A. BIGELOW" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I'm responding to your two e-mails, re: Capt. John Bigelow, 9th Battery,
Massachusetts Volunteer Light Artillery, in which responded to the
you received from Andrew K. and Mike W.
The above John has an entry in Volume II, Page 176, of The Bigelow
Genealogy. He was the third son of Samuel (7) Bigelow (16163.27) and
is as follows:
(16163.273) John, b. 04 Feb 1841; d 13 Sept. 1917 Hennean co. (Minneapolis)
m. 05 Dec. 1888, Julia Barber; no children; he was a senior at Harvard
enlisted and served valiantly during the Civil War advancing from First
to Brevet Major in 2nd Battery, Light Artillery, Mass. volunteers and
Battery, Mass. Vols.; badly wounded at the battle of Malvern Hill on
1862 and at Gettysburg 02 July 1863; a machinery designer and "inventor";
resided in Philadelphia, PA.
Sources: Gilman Bigelow Howe, Bigelow Family of America; records of
Society historian/genealogist; National Archives and MN division of
statistics for John.
After the war he wrote a personal account of his participation in a
Gettysburg. This account is in a booklet titled "The Peach Orchard,
July 2, 1863", published in 1910 (62 pages) and reprinted in 1987 (see
The two attachments are from the title page and introduction page of
booklet. This booklet is in the Bigelow Society Library but is not
available for loan.
It was originally published in 1910; a reprint was issued in 1987 by:
Olde Soldier Books, Inc.
18779B North Frederick Road
Gaithersburg, Maryland 20879
International Standard Book Number 0-942211-25-1
see /rod8/john8a.htm .........................ROD
Subject: Minde/Minda Bigelow in NH and Maine
Date: Tue, 5 Feb 2002 13:40:44 -0800
I am looking for parental info on Minde/Minda Bigelow:
Minde married Reuben Proctor on Nov. 28, 1772 in Littleton, NH.
Three known children include Hannah Proctor,
Susanna Proctor, and Miranda Proctor. The source for this information
is Records of Births and Deaths, Maine
Counties, Oxford/Canton 1939, Maine DAR Genealogical Records Committee
Report, Series 1, v 78, National
Headquarters, DAR Genealogical Library, 18 & D Streets, Washington,
I haven't been able to track down anything else on Minde/Minda.
"Census date shows that Reuben and Minde Proctor lived in Merrimack
Town until sometime between 1795 and
1800, at which time they moved to Hartford, Me. There may have been
other children born earlier than what we have
listed here. Reuben was Constable for Merrimack Town for many years
before they moved."
Online I found this citation: for other children:
Isaac Proctor b: 27 SEP 1786
Susanna Proctor b: 15 APR 1788 in Merrimack, N.H.
Abigail Proctor b: 31 AUG 1789
Uriah Proctor b: 18 JUL 1791
Rebecca Proctor b: 12 JUL 1793
Charles Proctor b: 30 JUL 1796
Author: Amos B. Carpenter
Periodical: "A Genealogical History of the Rehoboth Branch of the Carpenter
Family in America."
Publication: Press of Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, Mass., 1898
Title: Reproduced on Broderbund Software's Family Archive CD #117"
And lastly, I have this notation (I have preserved the punctuation/capitalization):
"Mr Reuben Procter and mis minde Bigelow Bothe of Littleton, November
the 28 : 1772. " from:
RECORDS OF LITTLETON, MASSACHUSETTS. Printed by order of the Town.BIRTHS
AND DEATHS From the
earliest records in the Town Books begun in1715 . . . . . Committee:
GEORGE W. SANDERSON, HERBERT J.
HARWOOD,EDWARD FROST. Littleton, Mass. 1900 THE PATRIOT
PRESS, CONCORD, MASS.page 186
I am Heidi Agin
62 Alan Avenue
Portsmouth, RI 02871
phone number is 401-683-3707
Subject: GGG Grandfather BIGELOW
Date: Thu, 7 Feb 2002 15:33:51 -0800
From: "Terry Lane" <email@example.com>
Hi there I am searching for the lost side of our family.
Adam Chester Bigelow, Buckingham, Papineau County, Quebec
M: Julia Ann LONSDALE 31-Jan-1853 St. Stephen's Anglican,
Buckingham, Papineau County, Quebec
Son: of Adam Chester and Julia Ann
B: 18-Feb-1864 Buckingham, Papineau County, Quebec, Canada
D: 27-Dec-1945 Kirkland Lake, Ontario, Canada
M: Margaret McCARTHY 01-Mar-1887 Gatineau, Quebec, Canada
Children of Jeremiah and Margaret
B: 15-Apr-1889 Buckingham, Papineau County, Quebec, D: 19-Nov-1919
Hailebury, Ontario, Canada
1st Wife: Alice Shanahan M: 06-Apr-1912
D: 19-Nov-1918 Hailebury, Ontario
2nd Wife: Emma Lacourse M: 19-Jun-1919
B: 19-Jul-1890 Buckingham, Papineau County, Quebec
1st Wife: Mary Elizabeth (Betsy) KIRWAN
(Children: Stella, Freeman Corneilus Samuel, Wilbert Stanley, Muriel)
2nd WIfe: Alphonsine (Riopolite) CHALFOUX
(Children: Donald, Violet, Gordon)
Adam Chester Bigelow
B: 19-Jan-1892 Lac Ste. Marie, Quebec, Canada
Wife: Geraldine, UNKNOWN
Daughter: Rachael Violet Bigelow
Charles Ernest Bigelow
B: 12-Oct-1893 Buckingham, Papineau County, Quebec
D: 30-Nov-1957 Kirkland Lake, Ontari, Canada.
B: 01-Nar-1905 Buckingham, Papineau County, Quebec
D: 1912 World War I
B: UNKNOWN D: Unknown
Jeremiah Samuel Bigelow
B: 21-Jan-1897 Buckingham, Papineau County,
Quebec D: 12-Jul-1949 Englehart, Quebec,
B: 16-Jul1898 Buckingham,
Papineau County, Quebec D: UNKNOWN
B: 26-May-1900 Buckingham, Papineau County,
Quebec D: 17-Nov-1982 Kirkland Lake, Ontario, Canada
Clifford Lee Bigelow
Buckingham, Papineau County, Quebec D:
1967 New Liskeard, Ontario, Canada
B: 1903 Buckingham, Papineau County, Quebec
D: 02-Jul-1968 Kirkland Lake, Ontario, Canada
B: 1905 Buckingham, Papineau County, Quebec
D: 16-Jan-1976 Kirkland Lake, Ontario, Canada
There's alot more, but I think this will help me in my search for the
BIGELOWS that we belong too.
Terry Lane (Great Great Grand-Daughter Of Adam Chester BIGELOW
and Julia Ann Lonsdale.
Personal Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fri, 8 Feb 2002 10:03:13
A Welcome to James Lovejoy!
My Personal Site
Subject: Dr. Wilford Bigelow picture
Date: Sun, 10 Feb 2002 17:58:05 -0500
From: "James Mirabello" <email@example.com>
My name is James Mirabello and I work with Spark Media, a nonprofit
documentary film company in Washington DC. Currently, we are working
on the accompanying website for our upcoming PBS documentary, Partners
of the Heart. My particular job involves creating a timeline that
traces concepts of the heart through history. Dr. Wilford Bigelow
and his work in hypothermia is going to be one of our timeline points,
and I have recently been hunting around for pictures.
I found your website and saw the compelling picture of Dr. Bigelow,
which I think would be perfect for the website. I was hoping to talk
to you about possibly using the image for our PBS website. If you
could e-mail me at
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com, I’d definitely appreciated
Thank you so much for your time, and I hope all is well,
1920 L St NW, Suite 601
Washington, DC 20036
Subject: Bigelow Family Tree (Jeremiah (9) Bigelow)
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2002 14:25:37 -0800
From: "Terry Lane" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
With the help of your website I would like you to add the following
It seems it will help a few of your queries, and maybe I can get the
blanks filled in
on my side of the Bigelow family. I have attached a word document
with all the information I have right now. I will be scanning
the Picture that I have
of all of the family of Charles Ernest and Jeremiah.
Thanks a million, Love the site.
Anyone who wishes can send me emails to email@example.com.
Your northern cousin (Canada)
Ms. TerryDare Lane ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
Daughter of Eva Fern Bigelow (Lane) - who is Daughter of Charles Ernest
Bigelow - Who is Son of Jeremiah 9.
15336.5266 Jeremiah 9
BIGELOW, son of Adam Chester 8 (Adam Chester 7 ,Cornelius 6 , Paul 5, Cornelius
Samuel 3, Samuel 2, John1)
Subject: Browns in Sardinia
Date: Tue, 12 Feb 2002 03:01:18 EST
You seem to know your stuff when it comes to Sardinia/Concord NY History.
Your Bigelow was there as was my Brown and
Crocker family. The dates you mentioned puts your family there around
the time these towns were formed so I assume our
families were the first ones there or at least there when the names
Can you tell me if you have come across any BROWNS or CROCKERS in your
research of early Concord/Sardinia, NY?
Thank you and warm regards,
VISIT MY GENEALOGICAL WEBSITE WITH OVER 50,000 KINFOLK LISTED
Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: User Home Pages: Michael Browns
Date: Wed, 13 Feb 2002 19:18:12 -0600
From: "PAM GERTS" <email@example.com>
I was given your name, by Joann Biglow from Anderson Missouri, She
thought you may be able to help me with information on the Biglow genealogy.
My husbands grandmother was Mary Pearl Biglow/Gerstenschlager from Perry
Co. Illinois. Her parents were William Walter and Harriett Ceclia
Roderique/Biglow also Illinois. I would love to hear from you.
Subject: web page link
Date: Thu, 14 Feb 2002 03:16:26 -0700
From: "Joan Say" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
My server sold out and I've had to build a new web site.
I decided to go with 'rootsweb' so I wouldn't have to worry about doing
Any way, as I was checking out your Web Pages again, I found your link
to my page on your
Dick and Joan Say's Genealogy Page.
The old link you have doesn't work, the new one is:
Thanks for the link.
Your Web Page is really great. It must take a lot of time to
keep it up. I always enjoy looking through it. Everytime I
update mine it seems I have to learn everything all over again!! :)
Subject: John Hull Woodbury
Date: Thu, 14 Feb 2002 09:50:41 -0600
From: Dave Martin <email@example.com>
My great great grand dad sold Woodbury's Golden Oil and Rheumatic
King. One of the ingredients of both was Echinacia.
Do you have any pictures of a medicine show wagon? Do you have any
relating to John Hull or his elixirs?
Date: Thu, 14 Feb 2002 15:40:50 -0500
From: Rick and Mary Bates <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Last Summer I submitted a Ruby Bigelow descendancy. Ruby is in the 6th
I incorrectly gave her mother as Abigail Skinner. Ruby's mother was
Roxanna or Rosina Cone, daughter of Reuben Cone and his wife Nem ____.
Would you upload this correction?
Subject: The Bigelows
Date: Fri, 15 Feb 2002 15:23:59 -0800
From: "David Holcomb" <email@example.com>
Dear Mr. Bigelow,
I was hoping you could steer me in the right direction.
I have been
trying to research my 4th great-grandmother and her father in hopes
finding out who they were. Her name was Margery (Bigelow)
Houghton and her
father was named Joshua Bigelow. I was intrigued by your web
especially entries for 16C4 Joshua 4 BIGELOW
and 16C47. Margery,
b 21 Jun 1781. Do you have any ideas as to how I could
find out if this
Margery married a Ebenezer Houghton born in 1779. What I have been
find out so far is as follows:
Biography in "History of Medina County and Ohio" Published by Baskin
Battey, Historical Publishers, 1881
"L. D. PHINNEY, retired farmer; P. O. Whittlesey; is a native of
Connecticut, born September 7, 1807, the youngest child of his parents,
were Benjamin and Hannah (Yeoman) Phinney; he was born about the year
his wife one year later. To them were born nine children, eight
number attained to man's estate. The family were all born in
but removed to Oneida Co., N. Y., when L. D. was a lad of tender age.
Oct. 20, 1831, he was married to his present companion, whose place
nativity was Maryland Township, Otsego Co., N.Y., time of birth April
1809; her parents were Ebenezer and Margery (Bigelow) Houghton; to
born eleven children, but five lived to be grown. After the marriage
And Mrs. Phinney, they remained on the farm of his father until 1856,
he emigrated to this State, settling at La Fayette Center, where he
since been a constant resident. ..... Mrs. Phinney has two sisters,
Mrs. Seth P. Duncan, in Oswego, N.Y., and Rebecca, Mrs. Isaac Blair,
township; her parents died in this township, her father in 1857, mother
From "The History of Medina Co. and Ohio" 1881-
"ISAAC BLAIR, retired farmer; P.O. Chatham; is one of the early settlers
this township and was born Feb. 4, 1805, in Madison Township, Madison
N.Y. His parents, David and Eunice Blair, were natives of
Massachusetts, . ... .. Jan. 1, 1829, he was united in marriage
Phinney, who was born in Oneida Co., N.Y.; daughter of Benjamin Phinney,
whose wife was a Yeoman. ...... In 1834, Mr. Blair came
West to this
county, and purchased 70 acres of unimproved land, at $4 per acre.
erected a log cabin on the same, and returned to New York to bring
family out, but, in consequence of death of his wife, his plans were
entirely changed. He sent his brother out, who occupied the premises
1837, when he moved out, bringing with him his present wife, who is
Houghton, a native of Worcester, N.Y. , and was born Jan. 11, 1804;
daughter of Ebenezer and Margery (Bigelow) Houghton. Ebenezer
was a son of
Ebenezer. The father of Margery was named Joshua."
The History of Medina County and Ohio states that he died in Medina
Tombstone Inscriptions From the Cemeteries in Medina Co., Ohio - 1983,
compiled by The Medina Co. Genealogical Society
Pg 225 Shaw Cmty - Lafayette Twp
HOUGHTON, Ebenezer, Feb. 14, 1857 - 77y5m8d
His date of birth is derived by taking his date of death and subtracting
I have attached a word doc. that has a family tree chart and other research.
Dates fit, Places fit, and names seem to fit, but how do I prove that
are the ones that I am looking for? Any help would be appreciated
thanks for the time to look this over. Dave Holcomb
Date: Fri, 15 Feb 2002 20:28:16 -0500
From: "Dorothy Borne" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Was going to
Subject: Permelia Bigelow
Date: Fri, 15 Feb 2002 19:52:59 -0800
From: Linda Klein <email@example.com>
Wow. I've been trying to find information on Permelia Bigelow
haven't been able to find any. Then, the light bulb went off
searched in the Bigelow forum on Genealogy.com. I found your
from 1999 that mentioned your web site. Lo & behold, you
information I was missing. I had information on her children
dates but you had the actual info. I am descended from her son
Sanders Daily. I noticed you had 10 children listed for him.
have two so far. I don't suppose you have any information on
children? I am descended from Alfred's son Pascal. I know
an older sister Ambrosia but that's all I know. Thanks!
see /rod/per62621.htm ..........................ROD
Date: Sat, 16 Feb 2002 12:56:34 -0600
From: "PAM GERTS" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I have found your website via another Biglow Family, I am amazed,
and all the work you have put into this. However I'm still stumped.
I am looking for: ??? Biglow married Mary Jane Means their son was:
William Walter Biglow (notice the spelling) Born April 15, 1860
in Harrisville, St.Clair County, Illinois, He married Harriett Ceclia Roderique
on July 12, 1885 in Pujol, Kaskaskia Island, Illinois. William Walter died
Sept. 18, 1929 in Esther, St. Francois Co. Missouri. One of their daughters
(out of 10 children) was: Mary Pearl Biglow born Sept. 5, 1889, she married
John Balthasar Gerstenschlager II. All of the wonderful information
you have provided, and I still can't make a link to your Bigelow and Baguley,
surely there must be a link there somewhere,
Thank you, for you web site, and all your time given to it.
Date: Tue, 19 Feb 2002 00:02:58 EST
Rod my name is Ricky Baggerly.do you know who the Baggerly line started
with.I have seen that the Bigelows have done extensive
research and was wondering if you had ever ran across our line.John
Baggerly came to the USA in 1635 and settled in Mass. I
know that there are several variations of the name and have yet to
determine where the spelling of Baggerly started.I live in Texas
and my family has been here since the late 1800's when Samuel Walter
moved here.If you have any info I would appreciate it.thanks
Subject: Henry W.Stevens-Jeanette Lucy
Date: Tue, 19 Feb 2002 13:48:17 EST
I have been searching for relatives on my mothers side of family
for a year now.I
hope I have found some.I am on the Edwin Eugene 8 Bigelow pg.Listed
mothers mother and father.Henry W. Stevens and Jeanette Lucy.My grandfather
Henry was adopted by the Stevens.His birth mother was a Tanner and
was Poole.He was a cheese maker and won many awards at the fair in
NY.The info I have is Artha Stevens and Hazel (Bigelow) adopted him.They
in Richville as long as I can remember.There son Arnold Stevens was
the house in Richville when he died.My Uncle's Donald and Leon are
My name is Paula (Sunny) Carpenter, e-mail is email@example.com
Please let me know as any info will help me on my search and be deeply
Thanks for your time....SunnyMe
see /rod/edwin8.htm ...............................................ROD
Date: Tue, 19 Feb 2002 16:07:44 -0500
From: "JAMES & KATHERYNE LLOYD" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
My wifes maiden name is Bigelow and we are trying to complete a family
tree. She is of the Bigelow's in Canada. Is the origin of the
Surname Bigelow Scottish, English, Irish or German? I have not had
much success with confirmation of the names origin.
Any feed back would be most appreciated.
James Robert LLoyd
"Bigelow" is American.........................ROD
Subject: Bigelow Family
Date: Fri, 22 Feb 2002 13:25:46 -0500 (EST)
From: "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Hi my name is Kim Martin I'm from White Sands New Mexico and
I am the Great Granddaughter of George Custer
Bigelow. I have been attempting to look up my family history for a
while now and I came across your website. It's
really great I had no idea there were so many Bigelows out there. I
also noticed you really didn't have much
information on my Grandpa George's family. I know very little myself,
but I will be happy to share with you what I know.
So far all I know is my grandpa was a railroader. He married my GG
Minnie Brown in ST. Louis Missouri in 1916.
They had three Daughters Anita Bigelow, Patrica Bigelow and Joy Bigelow.
Anita died of Cancer in Dallas Texas in
the 1960's. She was married to a man with the last name Sparkman. They
had a daughter named Peggy. Patrica is
my grandmother. She married George Harris (still up his family) in
the 1940 in Carrizozo New Mexico where she still
lives. She had two daughters, Linda Sue (my mother) and Cynthia Ann.
Joy is the baby. She married Bill Gallagher
in Carrizozo New Mexico where the live today. They had three children.
Debbie, and twins Lynn and Grey. My GG
George and GG Minnie lived in Missouri, Oklahoma and finally settled
in New Mexico. They both wrote books about
their lives which my family has. They eventually divorced because GG
George cheated on GG Minnie. He remarried
to a woman named Ann apparently the other woman. I always called her
Grandma Ann. They lived in San Bernadino
California until his Death in 1980. I'm working on getting copies of
both my Grandparents books so I can learn more
about there lives.
My e-mail address is email@example.com
see /rod/dan83739.htm ...........................................ROD
Subject: Clarence DeWolfe Bigelow
Date: Fri, 22 Feb 2002 17:21:08 -0500
From: "Gerry Mattinson" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I believe you have a bad link. I was looking at the children of
and I tried to click on
1592C.265t Clarence DeWolfe Bigelow (s/o Gideon
Bigelow & Caroline Eaton)
b 04 March 1857.
but the link to Clarence's data was invalid.
I believe the URL that I was going to was:
corrected!! see links.........................................ROD
Subject: King Philips War
Date: Sat, 23 Feb 2002 10:36:17 -0500
From: Carolyn Jordan <email@example.com>
I was perusing your site on King Philips War. I became interested
the war when reading the documentation on the town of Suffield, CT
my ancestors had settled. It was quite interesting to read
several towns being abandoned.
As a former curator and a huge living history buff ( former member
the Fort Stanwix Garrison and the BAR) I am interested to know if there
are any local reenactment groups in our area for the early to late
1600s. Have you come across any?
Carolyn Jordan Lyons NY (back from NC)
see /rod/0phillip.htm ..........................................ROD
Date: Sun, 24 Feb 2002 12:33:54 -0600
From: glenn hellner <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Could not get to Catherine Walters information on link
try /rod/hanna6z.htm ................................ROD
Rod Bigelow (Roger Jon12 BIGELOW)
P.O. Box 13 Chazy Lake
Dannemora, N.Y. 12929
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