Catherine Almira 8 BIGELOW

15923.743      Catherine Almira 8 BIGELOW, dau of Daniel Kathan 7 ( Israel 6,  Isaac 5 , Isaac 4 Isaac 3, Samuel 2, John 1) and Lydia (CUSTER) BIGELOW, was born at Adamsburg, Westmoreland, PA on 03 November 1827. On 24 December 1845 she married Silas C. Dominy. He was the son of Jeremiah Dominy and born 10 September 1823. This family lived in Plain City, Madison, OH. Jeremiah died 03 April 1858 and Catherine on 14 March 1864.

Children of Jeremiah and Catherine (Bigelow) Dominy:
15923.7431     Abigail Dominy, b ____ ; d _____ ; m 11 Jan 1866; 2 dgtrs.

15923.7432     Daniel Dayton Dominy, b 23 Dec 1850; d 27 July1911 Plain City, OH; (m Irena Beach; 2 dgtrs.?) m Amy Elizabeth "Lizzie" Rogers (b 15 Aug 1853 Whitley Co, KY d-after June 1918, (see below)
15923.7431     Ulalia Dominy, b ____ ; d _____ ;
15923.7434     Jeremiah Dominy, b ____ ; d _____ ;

Bigelow Society,The Bigelow Family Genealogy Vol II, pg 139-140, 415;
Howe, Bigelow Family of America.
Descendant note:
My BIGELOW data is currently in the form of notes and letters collected by my great grandmother Adda Timmons MOSS in the 1890's. Perhaps of greatest interest to you and other researchers is a copy she made of notes of an interview with Dr. Eliphaz BIGELOW (probably the Israel Eliphaz Bigelow whose bio is on your site.) He was a nephew of her grandmother Mary Milvina BIGELOW who had married William D. Daugherty. Her mother was Mary Dimmis Daugherty. Adda's uncle G. W. Darety (sic) conducted the interview. The notes include the family information on the CUSTIS (not CURTIS) family and it's connection to George Washington. I have been amazed that the misspelling of this name as CURTIS persists. Most history books speak of the CUSTIS family relations to Washington. In my mother's possession is a cloisonne and pearl pin that is supposed to have been owned/worn by Martha Washington. I have no documentation of this but have heard of this and the CUSTIS family since I was a child. My grandfather, Adda's son had told the story. Finding the notes was both exciting and disappointing. Exciting because it leant credence to the pin's story; disappointing because it showed no direct relation to the CUSTIS family. Eliphaz's notes also include the battle his greatgrandfather Isaac was supposed to have been in the Rev War. I too, have had no luck finding his service.
Marguerite Atteberry Emmons
New Note 2020:

I’ve completed a thorough DNA analysis with the review of a professional DNA genealogist and we conclude that my family is descended from a relationship between Daniel Dayton Dominy 15923.7432 (Dec. 23, 1850-Jul. 27, 1911 Plain City, Ohio) and Amy Elizabeth ‘Lizzie’ Rogers (Aug. 15, 1853-after June 1918, born Whitley County, Kentucky – died unknown though last known place was Tuscarawas County, Ohio.)  Their son, Henry Arville Lape (Aug. 17, 1878 – Jul. 12, 1916) was their biological son.

Debra L. Lape email:<>

Henry Arville Lape (Aug. 17, 1878 – Jul. 12, 1916

Rod Bigelow (Roger Jon 12 BIGELOW)
Box 13  Chazy Lake
Dannemora, N.Y. 12929