Horace 7 BIGELOW

16355.11     Horace 7 BIGELOW, son of  Otis 6 ( Otis 5 Asa 4, Lieut. John 3, Joshua 2, John 1) , and Henrietta (BUTLER) BIGELOW, was born at Colchester, New London, CT on 10 October 1793 and married (1) on 0l September 1826 Charlotte Williams. She was the daughter of John and Nancy (Hadley) Williams and born on 09 March 1806 and died on 06 August 1828 at Sangerfield, NY. He married (2) on 02 February 1830 Julia Ann Porter who was born at New Hartford, NY on 02 February 1809. Horace had moved from CT to Sangerfield in 1802 with his mother and stepfather. He learned the trade of hatter and spent most of his life in Sangerfield where he died on 27 July 1871.

Horace and Charlotte (Williams) Bigelow had an infant daughter that was born and shortly died:

16355.111     infant daughter, b July 1828; d 07 Aug 1828 one day after it's mother.

Children of Horace and Julia (Porter) Bigelow, all born at Sangerfield, NY:

16355.112    Horace Porter, b 15 April 1838; d_____; m 28 Dec 1887 Pauline Caroline Mayer; 2 children. He graduated from Hamilton College in the class of 1861 and was in the Civil War. They had 2 children. (see below)

16355.113t   Laura Amelia, b 31 Aug 1840; d ; m Charles C. Bigelow (16355.148); 3 children.

16355.114t   Dana Williams, b 27 Nov 1843; d ; rn 24 June 1868 Katherine Huntington; 8 children.

Bigelow Family Genealogy Volume. II page. 253;
Howe, Bigelow Family of America;
Bigelow Family Genealogy, Vol.1;
Bigelow Society records.
Subject: Horace Bigelow
Name: Cynthia R
Date: Friday 07/11/2003 11:13:23pm
E-Mail: shonagon@byu.edu
HomepageTitle: Wager's Oneida County NY Family Sketches
 Location: Chicago, IL

Horace P Bigelow is my great-grandfather.  He had two children, Frederick Mayer Bigelow , Born Waterville, NY Nov 4, 1888 and died August of 1972 in Omak Washington.
He married my grandmother, Nellie May Peterson of Twisp, Washington in 1924 in Wentachee, Washington.
He had a sister, Frieda Bigelow Terry.
Linda Bigelow Harer
Linda Lane Harer
My husband's ancestor, James Ayer Smith, and his brother
                          John M., were apprentices of Horace Bigelow, probably in the
                          1820s. James A. moved to Chicago in 1835, established
                          himself as a "manufacturing hatter and furrier" and became
                          quite successful. The information provided on your website
                          was very helpful to me. Thank you. (Horace and his son, H.P.,
                          are mentioned in one of the bios on the homepage listed above.)
From source above:
BIGELOW, H.P., was born in the house where he now resides in Waterville, son of Horace Bigelow, a hat
  manufacturer in Waterville and Julia A. (Porter) Bigelow, daughter of Noah Porter of New Hartford, N. Y. He was
  graduated from the Hamilton College in the class of 1861, and December 28, 1887, he married Pauline C. Mayer of
  Cincinnati, by whom he has two children: Frederick and Frieda. Mr. Bigelow was treasurer in the village of
  Waterville for a number of years and was supervisor of the town of Sangerfield for a term. He is a member of the
  Pickwick Club and of the Patrons of Husbandry. (p. 70)

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