Austin Bowe of Meriden, CT

You know how sometimes while researching you go through all types of distractions?   https://youtu.be/SSUXXzN26zg Well, that's what happened while researching the family of Austin E. Bowe.  We were all over the place researching, going down one lane then all of a sudden getting off track with no obvious explanation. What should have only taken … Continue reading Austin Bowe of Meriden, CT

BMDs for October 28th – November 3rd

Sunday the 28th 1859: Fisher son of Dawson & Catherine (Ferrall) Quaintance in Newton, Iowa.  Future husband of Ida Fuller. 1911: Ethel daughter of Elbert & Hattie (Curtis) Bowe in Huron, South Dakota Monday the 29th 1720: William son of William & Mary (Harris) Ward in Middletown, Connecticut.  Future husband of  Martha Bowe. 1832: Lois … Continue reading BMDs for October 28th – November 3rd

BMDs for October 21st – 27th

Sunday the 21st 1722: John son of John & Mary (Bow) Johnson in Middletown, Connecticut 1814: Seneca son of Edward & Peninah (Baker) Bowe in Otsego County, New York 1841: Virginia daughter of Bejamin & Lydia (Pride) Green in Mixville, New York 1859: Carrie daughter of John & Adelia (Bowe) Vivian in St. Lawrence County, New … Continue reading BMDs for October 21st – 27th

BMDs for October 14th – 20th

Sunday the 14th 1854: James son of  John & Harriet (Bowe) Cole 1857: John Donnan future husband of Elizabeth Bow Monday the 15th 1872: Frank Read future husband of Susan Bowe 1903: Clarence Christianson future husband of Adeline Lewis 1934: Clara Tuggle future wife of Neil Boynton Tuesday the 16th 1762: Rebeckah daughter of Samuel … Continue reading BMDs for October 14th – 20th

Monday Musing: James Bow of Livingston Co., NY

Where in the Alexander Bow tree does James belong?  We have have few details which include his three wives, his various occupations, decent census records, and his will but not much else.  From extant records we can surmise he was born circa 1812 in Massachusetts. In 1850 he is married to his second wife and … Continue reading Monday Musing: James Bow of Livingston Co., NY