Children of John and Emma L. (Bigelow) Squires:
151A4.521 Franklin Blackmer Squires, b 15 Oct 1841; d 02 Oct 1846.
151A4.522 George Hills Squires, b 29 Sept 1843
(?); m 10 Sept 1872 Eleanor Dement Squires; 3 children.
151A4.523 Kate Dewey Squires, b 19 Oct 1845; d 13 Oct 1846.
151A4.524 John Squires, b 19 March 1849; res. Troy, NY.
151A4.525 Robert Squires, b 03 April 1851; m 15 Nov 1881 Ellen L. Barker; 1 child.
151A4.526 Harry Sanford Squires, b 17 Aug 1857; m 27 Feb 1883 Emma T. D. Hall.
Bigelow Family Genealogy Vol II , p 66; error as 151A4.62.
Howe, Bigelow Family of America;
records of Bigelow Society historian/genealogist.
From Internet Source:
EARLY RENSSELAER COUNTY "SNOW BIRDS". The last 50 years of the 19th century, my great-great-grandmother Olive Stone BIGELOW ROBINSON (widow of Dr. Dewey Hubbell ROBINSON) lived in Troy, Rensselaer Co, NY with her sister Emma Lorraine BIGELOW SQUIRES (wife of John N. SQUIRES, Vice-President of United Shirt & Collar Company). For several years prior to the Civil War, the sisters and their children traveled annually from Troy by "packet steamer" to New Orleans, and then up the Mississippi River about 100 miles to Woodville, Wilkinson County, MS, where they spent the winters, returning to NY in the spring. One year, for some unknown reason, my great-grandfather decided not to return, and stayed in MS! I am trying to find out some of the travel details of these early "snow birds" and hope there is someone in Rensselaer County who may know something about such activities. Surely, there were others who made similar journeys! Would love to hear from anyone with a bright idea.
Ann Robinson McReynolds-Nall, St. Louis 0299 [e-mail address updated in June 2003] ARMcR@arm-mra.com