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Nicholas P. BOVEE was born in 1744 in New York. He died on 11 MAR 1796 at Genesee County, New York.
THE HOOSAC VALLEY, ITS LEGENDS AND ITS HISTORY, by Grace Greylock Niles, published by G.P.Putnam's Sons New York & London, The Knickerbocker Press, 1912.

Page 121, The Patroons of French and Dutch Hoosac:
"Ambuscades of savages began to lurk throughout Hoosac Valley after the Englished commenced to build Fort Massachusetts. NICHOLAS BOVIE of Kreigger neighbor, now North Pownal, VT, was scalped and left for dead, although he survived many years and was known as "Scalped Dick." His uncle Petrus Bovie, while a garrison soldier at Fort Massachusetts, was killed during October, 1747, and Pitt Van Hogleboom and his younger son were later slain. The latter, according to his mother, was buried on the bank of the Hoosac in the Cohoha cornfield. The late Alonzo Whipple, one of the Pownal citizens, located his disinterred grave many years ago after a freshet, and recovered his brass bowled pipe, which is now in the possession of V.D.S. Merrill of Bennington, VT."

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1) NICHOLAS P. BOVEE -- NEW YORK -- W16916

Pension: Poly Cole, formerly widow of Nicholas Bovee, who died 11 March 1796 of Genesee County, New York. Pvt. in Col. Gansevoort's Regt. for 2 years. Inscribed on the Roll of Albany at the rate of $80.00 per year to begin 4 March 1831. Certificate issued 28 January 1843.

Declaration: 9 February 1839, Polly Cole, resident of Gainsville, Genesee Co., N.Y., age 78 years. States: at beginning of war, soldier lived with his father in Hoosick, Rensselear Co., New York. While under this enlistment and while on fatigue duty at Fort Stanwix, party was attacked by Indians. Nicholas was wounded by two balls thru his right arm, scalped and left for dead. He survived and therefore inscribed on the Pension Roll of the New York Agency. Known as Scalpnick.

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Marriage: Nicholas Bovee to Polly Cotrel (Cotrell?) at White Creek, Washington Co., N.Y. 15 April 1779 by Rev. William Waite. Benjamin Cole to Widow Polly Bovee on 10 September 1801 at Broadalbin, N.Y. He was a pensioner who died at Franklinville, Cattaraugus Co., N.Y. 16 December 1831.

Residence: Polly Cole stated during War she lived in town of Mapleton, N.Y. After war she removed to Schenectady, N.Y.

Children: Philip, died in infancy eldest child. Elizabeth, Daniel, Jacob, Catherine, Sally, John, Harper, Esther, Isabel. (In 1842, Sally aged 56, the eldest living in York, Livingston Co., dated 28 Nov. 1842.)

Family: Nicholas Bovee was father-in-law to Ezekiel Perkin's. Sarah Cole, Wales Erie Co., N.Y. witnesses marriage of Polly and Nicholas Bovee. Rachel Bovee, widow of Jacob Bovee, deceased. Son of Nicholas. Resided in Castile, Wyoming Co., N.Y. now aged 56. Dated 28 Nov 1842.

BIBLE RECORD: Daniel Cargill born September 17, 1773
Elizabeth Bovee born April 12, 1782
Elizabeth Cargill, b. April 4, 1802
Daniel Cargill, Jr. b. June 25, 1803
Mary Cargill born April 24, 1805
Polly Cargill born April 7, 1806
Sally Cargill born March 25, 1808
Preylon Cargill born January 6, 1810
Above torn from Family Bible, handwriting is of Daniel Cargill.

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Date of Application - 9 Feb 1839 Application #S16916
Age of applicant (Polly) - 78 yrs.
Residence at date of application, Gainesville,(Wyoming) NY

Nicholas P. Bovie resided with his father at Hoosick, Rensselaer, NY and enlisted at Albany for nine months. He again enlisted and was stationed at Ft. Staniwix; he was in battle with the Indians, was wounded and scalped and left for dead; he was found by a soldier and carried to the Fort; was in the hospital several months and was taken to Albany by his mother and uncle who went after him and carried him home. He was pensioned as an invalid.

Soldier was married at White Creek, Washington, NY, 15 Apr 1779, by Rev. William White. He died in Schenectady 11 Mar 1796 and on 10 Oct 1801 his widow married Benjamin Cole who was a pensioner and who died in Franklinville, Cattaraugus, NY 16 Dec 1831.

A Declaration was made in Wyoming County, NY on 28 Nov 1842, stating that while Nicholas Bovie was in service he resided at Mapletown, NY and after the Revolution moved to Schenectady. He had ten children: Philip, the eldest, d. in infancy; Elizabeth, Daniel, Jacob, Catherine, Sally (age 53 in 1842, residing in Yourk, Livingston, NY, the eldest living at the time) John, Harper, Esther, Issabel.

Rachel Bovee, widow of Jacob, son of Nicholas, 56 years of age in 1842, resident of Castile, Wyoming, NY, deposed as to children.

Catherine Kemp, 74 years of age and sister of Nicholas Bovie, deposed he enlisted, etc., and that he married Polly Cotrel. Brother, sister and mother were present at marriage. Mother opposed marriage because Nicholas Bovie was a cripple

(Letter from Jacob and Rachel Bovie in 1827.)

Certificate #3831 for the pension was issued 28 Jan 1843--$80.00 per annum.
Parents: Ryckert BOVEE and Marytje HUYCK.


Petrus BOVEE was christened/baptized on 31 MAR 1717 in Albany, Albany County, New York. He died in OCT 1747. He has Ancestral File Number GMH8-6G.
THE HOOSAC VALLEY, ITS LEGENDS AND ITS HISTORY, by Grace Greylock Niles, published by G.P.Putnam's Sons New York & London, The Knickerbocker Press, 1912.

Page 231, Old Hoosac Falls and Petersburgh:
"Several Dutch and German tenants of Rensselaerwyck "squatted" in Pownal on NH Grants between 1724 and 1760, including: Hogg and Vosburgh (Vose) families on the site of Green Brimmer farm; Best on the Ichobod Paddock and Silas Eldred farms; Bastian Van Deel, PETRUS BOVIE, and Pitt Van Hogleboom later on the Voseburgh farm, known to-day as the Thomas Brownell Place near the State Line Bridge."

Page 240-241, Old Hoosac Falls and Petersburgh:
"After the firing of the first guns in the Battle of Lexington,....Capt. Samuel Anderson of Pownal rallied a Tory Company, including PETRUS BOVIE, Bastian Van Deel, Francis Hogle, "Gad" Gardner, and others residing along the disputed Twenty Mile Line between New York and the New Hampshire Grants."

Page 533, NOTES:
MUSTER ROLL OF THE COMPANY IN HIS MAJESTY'S SERVICE OF FORTS MASSACHUSETTS, SHIRLEY, AND PELHAM, UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAPT. EPHRIAM WILLIAMS, JUN'R,. DATED DECEMBER 11, 1749 - JUNE 3, 1750. (From Perry's, Origins in Williamstown, p. 234.) "Fort Shirley: Peter Bovee (A Dutchman from Kriegger Colony) Cent'l.

Page 536, NOTES:
MUSTER ROLL OF THE COMPANY IN HIS MAJESTY'S SERVICE UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAPT. ELISHA CHAPIN OF FORT MASSACHUSETTS. DATED, JUNE 1752-JUNE 1753. (From Perry's, Origins in Williamstown, p. 249.) "Peter Boovee Cent'l"
Parents: Nicholas (Claes) BOVEE and Cornelia Pieterse BROUWER.

Spouse: Martje HUYCK. Petrus BOVEE and Martje HUYCK were married on 5 SEP 1743 in Morris County, New Jersey.


Philip BOVEE was christened/baptized on 30 OCT 1710 in Schenectady, Schenectady County, New York. He has Ancestral File Number GMH8-NV. He was also known as Bovie. Parents: Mattheus BOVIE and Catrina BARRIOS.


Philip BOVEE was born date unknown. He was also known as Bovie. Parents: Mattheus BOVIE and Mrs Mary/Maria BOVEE.


Phillip BOVEE was christened/baptized on 2 AUG 1730 in Schenectady, Schenectady County, New York. He has Ancestral File Number GMH8-CB. Parents: Nicholas (Claes) BOVEE and Cornelia Pieterse BROUWER.


Phillip BOVEE was born date unknown. Parents: Jacob N. BOVEE and Janneke DODGE.


Ryckert BOVEE was christened/baptized on 11 JAN 1721 in Albany, Albany County, New York. He has Ancestral File Number GMH8-8S.
THE HOOSAC VALLEY, ITS LEGENDS AND ITS HISTORY, by Grace Greylock Niles, published by G.P.Putnam's Sons New York & London, The Knickerbocker Press, 1912.

Page 115, The Patroons of French and Dutch Hoosac:

1) "The founders of the fort St.Croix in 1724 included: Patroon Garret Cornelius Van Ness, Arendt van Corlaer 3rd, Adam Vrooman, Pitt Van Hogleboom, George Nicolls, a descendant of Col. Richard Nicolls of the British war fleet of 1664, Johannes De Ruyter a descendant of General De Ruyter of the Battle of Solebay; Juria Kreigger, a descendant of Col. William Kreigger of Governor Stuyvesant's Fort Amsterdam militia in 1664; Jan oothout, a grandson of Hans Reinier OOthout of Capt. Jacobus Van Corlaer's Fort Good Hope garrison on the Connecticut; Jacob Onderkirk, a grandson of Oldert Onderkirk of Fort Half-Moon; Daniel and Albertus Brodt (Bratt), RYKERT BORIE (BOVIE), Jacob and Abram Fort...,whose gravestones have long since crumbled to dust and whose names have been forgotten. The only records of the St. Croix forefathers are found to-day (1912) on the MANITOU ASENIAH, (Spirit -stones) marking the site of the Tioshoke Church yard, northwest of Fort. St. Croix terrace."
Parents: Nicholas (Claes) BOVEE and Cornelia Pieterse BROUWER.

Spouse: Marytje HUYCK. Ryckert BOVEE and Marytje HUYCK were married on 5 SEP 1743. Children were: Nicholas P. BOVEE.


Sarah BOVEE was born in 1758 in Florida, Orange County, New York. She has Ancestral File Number NTSN-ZM. She died. Parents: Matthias BOVEE and Maria Polly COLE.

Spouse: Nicolas J. BOVIE. Nicolas J. BOVIE and Sarah BOVEE were married in 1779 in Schenectady, Schenectady County, New York.


Sarah BOVEE was born on 13 JUN 1806 in Amsterdam, Montogmery County, New York. She died on 10 JUN 1851. She has Ancestral File Number GMH2-95. Parents: Nicholas M. BOVEE and Hannah Nancy BAPTIST.

Spouse: Asa GOODYEAR. Asa GOODYEAR and Sarah BOVEE were married on 19 OCT 1826.

Spouse: Mr STEWART. Mr STEWART and Sarah BOVEE were married about 1836.


Photo Sarah Ann BOVEE was born on 6 APR 1831 in Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois. She died on 9 APR 1867 at Nephi, Juab County, Utah. She was buried on 12 APR 1867 in Nephi, Juab County, Utah. She has Ancestral File Number 28JX-QW. She is reference number 11. Parents: Matthais MGW BOVEE and Waitstill HILL.

Spouse: Jeremiah STRINGHAM. Jeremiah STRINGHAM and Sarah Ann BOVEE were married on 12 SEP 1849 in Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois. Alternate dates: 12 Sep 1848, 2 Sep 1849 and 21 Sep 1849. Children were: Mary Ellen STRINGHAM, Benjamin Franklin STRINGHAM, George Walter STRINGHAM, William Elijah STRINGHAM, Jacob Albert STRINGHAM, Jeremiah STRINGHAM Jr., Margaret Elizabeth STRINGHAM.


Sarah/Sally BOVEE was born date unknown. Parents: Jacob N. BOVEE and Janneke DODGE.


Vesta Ruth BOVEE was born in 1910 in Bee, Seward County, Nebraska. She appeared in the census in 1920 in Bee, Seward County, Nebraska. (living at home with father and mother.) Parents: Harry Carl BOVEE and Grace Myrtle SIDDENS.


William BOVEE was born about 1805 in New York.
Everette J. Filgate's book "The Bovee and Bovie Families in America" contains the following entry on Page 149:

WILLIAM BOVEE, probably the son of Abraham Bovier and Lydia Peek, born about 1805 in New York. He probably was living with his parents in 1820 in Charleston, Montgomery County, New York.[20] William Bovee married Loretta Morehouse about 1835 in New York.[135] In 1850 William Bovee, a farmer, born about 1809 in New York; his wife Louisa, born in New York; and their children William, Frank, Walter, Hilda and Loren; were living in township #14, Mercer County, Illinois. In 1860 William Bovee, a widower, born about 1807, and his children William, Walter, Hilda, Loren, James and probably Florence, (poor film) farmed near Virginia, (Viola twp.), Mercer County, Illinois.[20] The children of William Bovee and Loretta Morehouse were William, Frank, Walter, Hilda, Loren, James, and probably Florence.

Parents: Abraham BOVEE and Lydia PEEK.


Jerome BOVIE was born in 1638 in Schenectady, Schenectady County, New York. He has Ancestral File Number GMH8-Q7. Jerome Bovee: I first came across a reference to Jerome on August 10, 1995. I was doing some research at the LDS family history center in East Lansing, MI. They list Jerome? Bovie (AFN GMH8-Q7) born 1638.

No wife is mentioned and he is father of Matthias Bovie on Pedigree Chart. On further research at the state Library of Michigan, I found the following: "Documentary History of New York" Published in 1850 under the following: First settllement of New York by the Dutch, Early Immagrants to New Netherland 1657-1664 April of 1863 aboard the "Spotted Cow" Jerome Bovie, from Pays de Vaud, Wife and five children. Passenger lists pgs. 52-63 (call # F 122.D64 V.3 Genealogy) Holland Society Yearbook 1896 *(From Documentary History of New York Vol III pp. 52-63) Holland Society also used information from above book. on page 156 of Yearbook we find a listing: April 1663 aboard "the Spotted Cow" Jerome Bovie, from Payes de Vaud, Wife and five children.

Spouse: Mrs Jerome BOVIE. Jerome BOVIE and Mrs Jerome BOVIE were married date unknown. Children were: Mattheus BOVIE.


Mattheus BOVIE was born about 1664 in Schenectady, Schenectady County, New York. He died at Halfmoon, Saratoga County, New York. He has Ancestral File Number GMH8-FN.
ALBANY, RENSSELAERSWYCK AND SCHENECTADY COURT MINUTES, 1680-1685; Pages 382-383, 392-393, 480-481, 526-527.

11 September 1683, page 382-383:

Barent Myndertse, plantiff, against Matthys, a Frenchman, defendant.

The plantiff says that he has had fl.79 in seawan in the hands of Pieter van Wuggelum, belonging to the defendant, attached. He requests that the attachment may be declared valid.

Declined, because Aernout Cornelise, who has the papers in [449] Cornelias Corn. Viele, plantiff, against Matthys , the Frenchmean, defendant.

The plantiff says that he has attached 2 beavers in the hands of Pieter van Wuggelum, belonging to the defendant. He requests that the attachment may be declared valid.

Their honors put over the case until the next court day.
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2 October 1683, page 392-393:

[463] Barent Myndertse, plaintiff, against Matthys, the Frenchman, defendant.

The plaintiff says that on July 9, 1683, he attached a portion of the goods at the ouse of Pieter van Wuggelum and he demands fl.79:4 in seawan, cum expensis.

The honorable court, finding that the beavers and goods of the defendant have been attached by several creditors, adjudge and decide that all the attachments shall have equal effect and that each person shall be paid in proportion to the amount that is due to him and, if the property is not sufficient, the defendant is condemned to pay the remainder of his debt to the plaintiff, cum expensis.

[464] Cornelis Corn. Viele, plaintiff, against Matthys, the Frenchman, defendant.

The plaintiff says that on the 10th of July last he attached 2 beavers in the hands of Pr. van Wuggelum, belonging to the defendant. He requests that the defendant may be declared valid and that he may levy the said sum, cum expensis.

The honorable court, finding that the beavers and goods of the defendant and his partners have been attached by several creditors, adjudge and decide that all the attachments shall have equal effect and that each person shall be paid in proportion to the amount that is due to him and, if the property is not sufficient, the defendant is condemned to pay the remainder of his debt to the plaintiff, cum expensis.

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8 September 1684, page 480-481:

Jacob Sanders , constable, informs the court that a certain Frenchman, Matthys, threatens to poison his Negress and he offers to prove it.

The Frenchman, Matthys Boffie, appearing before the court, acknowledges that he has slept for 2 years with the Negress and that he has 2 children by her and that he would like to buy her.

Arnout Cornelise Viele, being sworn, says that he heard some conversation at his house between Jacob Sanderse and Matthys, the Frenchman, Matthys saying that he did not intend to run away with his Negress, but would buy her. Furthermore, that this morning he heard Matthys say to Jacob Sanders: "If you will not sell the Negress to me, I shall get a root out of the woods and break it in two and give the Negress one half and eat the other half myself and thus die before your door."

Reynier Barents, being sworn, says that he heard Matthys Boffie say this morning to Jacob Sanderse: "If you will not sell your Negress to me for 50 or 60 beavers, I shall get a root from the woods and break it in two and give her one half and eat the other half myself and in the space of half an hour we shall both die before your door."

Joh. Cuyler, being sworn, says that he heard Matthys say that if Jacob Sanders would not sell his Negress for 50 or 60 beavers or money, he would get a root from the woods, [593] and give one half to the Negress and eat the other half himself and with the space of half an hour they would both die before the door. He heard him say so this morning.

Hend. van Dyck confirms the testimony of Reynier Barents.

The aforesaid Matthys ackledges that he said so and he confesses that he has one child by her and that she is pregnant of the second.

The sheriff is ordered to put the person of Matthys Boffie in jail and to guard him well until the next Court of Sessions, to be held on the first Tuesday in March, 1684/5, or until further order.
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11 April 1685, page 526-527:

Extraordinary session held in Albany, April 11, 1685

Present:
Pr. Shuyler
Dav. Shuyler
Wm. Teller
Marte Gerritse

Matthys, the Frenchman, being summoned to appear in court, the examination of Francyn, the Negress of Jacob Staets, and the examination of various Negroes and Negresses of Shinnechtady are read to him, in which they unanimously charge him with having employed every means to entice her to run away to Canada, saying that he would show her the way and make her free.

[656] Francyn, the Negress of Jacob Staets, accuses Mathys, the Frenchman, to his face of having asked her several times to run away to Canada, but Mathys, the Frenchman, denies that he ever asked any Negro or Negress to run away.

Pey, the Negress of Jacob Sanders, having been summoned and examined, states to Mathhys, the Frenchman's, face that he asked her last summer to run away and that, if her master would not sell her to him and he had no money to buy her, he would nevertheless run away with her, but Pey refused to do so.

Matthys, the Frenchman, denies this likewise, saying that he has had a child or two by the said Negress, but that now he does not like her.

The honorable court order Matthys, the Frenchman, to give security in the sum of 100 pounds to answer the charge of having endeavored to allure some Negroes and Negresses before the next Court of Oyer and Terniner to be held for this county in May and, if he can not furnish any security, the sheriff is ordered to confine him and to produce him before the Court of Oyer and Terminer aforesaid.

MITTIMUS

Foreasmuch as Matthys Boffie, a frenchman a vagrant fellow of no settled habitation, is accused by diverse Negroes both men and women slaves, that he has Endevord to Entise & Inveagle them to Runn away to Canada & absent themselfs from there masters Service, who by his owne Confession hath had one or 2 Bastards wt a negroe woman slave, wh slave doth also accuse him that he hes Endeavored to allure her to Runn away wt him, [657] & for yt ye sd Matthys cannot Putt in security, for his appearance att ye next Court of oyer & Terminer and genl goale Delivery held for ye Toune & County of Albany on ye 2d wednesday of May next Ensueing to answer such matters & things as shall then be laid to his Charge, anent ye Premises, These are therefore in his Royall highnesse name to Charge & Command yow yt yow safely keep in ye Goale ye sd Matthys Boffie untill such time as he shall be from thence delivered by due order of law, and hereof faile yow nott as you will answer ye Contempt att yr Perrill.
Parents: Jerome BOVIE and Mrs Jerome BOVIE.

Spouse: Catrina BARRIOS. Mattheus BOVIE and Catrina BARRIOS were married about 1689 in Albany, Albany County, New York. Children were: Catherina BOVEE, Nicholas (Claes) BOVEE, Maria BOVEE, Anna BOVEE, Catarina BOVEE, Antoine BOVEE, Philip BOVEE, Francois BOVEE.

Spouse: Mrs Mary/Maria BOVEE. Mattheus BOVIE and Mrs Mary/Maria BOVEE were married date unknown. Children were: Garrit BOVEE, Catrina BOVEE, Gerrit BOVEE, Alderich BOVEE, Margarita BOVEE, Anna BOVEE, Claas BOVEE, Philip BOVEE.


Mrs Jerome BOVIE was born date unknown. Her surname is unknown.

Spouse: Jerome BOVIE. Jerome BOVIE and Mrs Jerome BOVIE were married date unknown. Children were: Mattheus BOVIE.


Nicolas J. BOVIE was born date unknown. He has Ancestral File Number 16WC-64L.

Spouse: Sarah BOVEE. Nicolas J. BOVIE and Sarah BOVEE were married in 1779 in Schenectady, Schenectady County, New York.


Barbara Mary BOWAN was born on 12 AUG 1948 in Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts.

Spouse: Robert Alfred BOUDREAU. Robert Alfred BOUDREAU and Barbara Mary BOWAN were married on 22 NOV 1969 in Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts. Children were: Michelle Marie BOUDREAU, Jacqueline Ann BOUDREAU, Andrea Grace BOUDREAU.


James BOWDOIN was born date unknown.

Spouse: Sarah BOWDOIN. James BOWDOIN and Sarah BOWDOIN were married date unknown.


Sarah BOWDOIN was born date unknown in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. Parents: William BOWDOIN and Phebe MURDOCK.

Spouse: General Henry DEARBORN. General Henry DEARBORN and Sarah BOWDOIN were married on 10 NOV 1813.

Spouse: James BOWDOIN. James BOWDOIN and Sarah BOWDOIN were married date unknown.


William BOWDOIN was born date unknown.

Spouse: Phebe MURDOCK. William BOWDOIN and Phebe MURDOCK were married date unknown. Children were: Sarah BOWDOIN.


Abigail BOWEN was born on 1 MAR 1739 in Woodstock, Windham County, Connecticut. She died on 14 MAR 1789. She has Ancestral File Number BVN7-WS. Parents: Isaac BOWEN and Jerusha PRENTICE.

Spouse: Shubael (Shubel) CHILD. Shubael (Shubel) CHILD and Abigail BOWEN were married on 27 DEC 1759. Children were: Seth CHILD.


Alma BOWEN was born in 1868 in Missouri. She appeared in the census in 1880 in Weatherford, Parker County, Texas. (living at home with father and mother) SOURCE: FHL Film 414876, "Ancestry and descendants of the Darien (New York) Colbys : genealogy of five Colby brothers who came to Darien from Canaan, New Hampshire, about 1812" by Rex Chase Bartlett. Parents: Chester B. BOWEN and Josephine A. COLBY.


Chester B. BOWEN was born on 1 APR 1842 in Nunda, Livingston County, New York. He appeared in the census in 1880 in Weatherford, Parker County, Texas.
Census Place: Precinct 3 And 4, Parker, Texas
Source: FHL Film 1255323 National Archives Film T9-1323 Page 429B
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Chester BOWEN Self M M W 38 NY
Occ: Farming Fa: RI Mo: NY
Josephine BOWEN Wife F M W 34 NY
Occ: Keeping House Fa: NY Mo: NY
Allie BOWEN Dau F S W 12 MO
Fa: NY Mo: NY
William BOWEN Son M S W 6 TEXAS
Fa: NY Mo: NY
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He died on 16 MAR 1904 at Weatherford, Parker County, Texas.
Rochester, Monroe, NY
Union & Advertiser
Fri Mar 24, 1905

Nunda, N. Y., March 24 - A message received here yesterday by Mrs. J. L. BARKER states that her brother, Chester B. BOWEN, a former Nunda resident, had died suddenly at Weatherford, Tex., at the age of 63 years. Deceased was born in Nunda, April 1, 1842. He was a veteran of the Civil War, and had an excellent war record, being a member of Company 1, First New York Dragoons, which was organized at Portage. He captured a rebel flag during the war and was presented with a medal by the government. He is survived by his wife, who is Josephine COLBY BOWEN, a daughter of the late A. C. COLBY of Nunda, one daughter, Mrs. Alma BECKNER of Weatherford, a son, Willard, of Peaster, Tex.

Spouse: Josephine A. COLBY. Chester B. BOWEN and Josephine A. COLBY were married on 18 DEC 1864 in Nunda, Livingston County, New York. Children were: Alma BOWEN, William BOWEN.


Elizabeth BOWEN was born about 1741.

Spouse: Nathan COLBY. Nathan COLBY and Elizabeth BOWEN were married about 1761. Children were: John COLBY.


Isaac BOWEN was born on 29 JUL 1707 in Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.

Spouse: Jerusha PRENTICE. Isaac BOWEN and Jerusha PRENTICE were married in 1733. Children were: Abigail BOWEN.


William BOWEN was born in 1874 in Weatherford, Parker County, Texas. He appeared in the census in 1880 in Weatherford, Parker County, Texas. (living at home with father and mother) He was also known as Willard C.. SOURCE: FHL Film 414876, "Ancestry and descendants of the Darien (New York) Colbys : genealogy of five Colby brothers who came to Darien from Canaan, New Hampshire, about 1812" by Rex Chase Bartlett. Parents: Chester B. BOWEN and Josephine A. COLBY.


Photo Alice M. BOWEN OR BOWERS was born in 1859 in Goffstown, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. She died in 1932 at Datona Beach, Voulsia County, Florida. She was buried in the Datona Memorial Park at Datona Beach, Voulsia County, Florida Father: Edwin G. BOWEN OR BOWERS.

Spouse: William Henry COLBY. William Henry COLBY and Alice M. BOWEN OR BOWERS were married on 28 SEP 1880 in New Hampshire. SOURCE: FHL Number 1000976; COLBY, W. H. Age: 22 years, Marriage: Alice M. BOWEN OR BOWERS Age: 21 years, Date: 28 Sep 1880; Recorded in: Birth and Marriage Index for New Hampshire.


Harry H. BOWERS was born in SEP 1867 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. Son of Ira A. BOWERS. He appeared in the census on 29 JUN 1900 in Goffstown, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire.

Spouse: Cynthia Rebecca COLBY. Harry H. BOWERS and Cynthia Rebecca COLBY were married on 26 DEC 1888 in New Hampshire. (SOURCE: FHL Number 1000971; BOWERS, Harry H. Age: 21 years, Marriage: Cyntha R. COLBY Age: 22 years, Date: 26 Dec 1888; Recorded in: Birth and Marriage Index for New Hampshire.)


Mayrion Delia BOWERS was born on 21 JAN 1870 in Somerville, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. (Daughter of Horace C. Bowers and Corrinna Kidder.) She appeared in the census on 6 JUN 1900 in Waltham, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. She appeared in the census in 1910 in Medford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. She appeared in the census in 1920 in Medford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. She appeared in the census on 21 APR 1930 in Medford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. She died in 1950. She was buried in the Locust Grove Cemetery at Merrimac, Essex County, Massachusetts

Spouse: George G. COLBY. George G. COLBY and Mayrion Delia BOWERS were married on 17 FEB 1892 in Massachusetts. Children were: George Bowers COLBY, Horace Monroe COLBY, Alfred Frank COLBY.


Ray BOWLAND was born date unknown.

Spouse: Margaret Isabelle DALRYMPLE. Ray BOWLAND and Margaret Isabelle DALRYMPLE were married on 15 JUN 1946 in Boulder City, Clark County, Nevada.


Gertrude T. BOWLES was born on 25 APR 1881. She appeared in the census in 1910 in Haverhill, Grafton County, New Hampshire. She appeared in the census in 1920 in Greenboro, Orleans County, Vermont. She appeared in the census in 1930 in Greenboro, Orleans County, Vermont. She died on 22 MAR 1971 at Springfield, Windsor County, Vermont.

Spouse: George E. COLBY. George E. COLBY and Gertrude T. BOWLES were married about 1906. Children were: George Woodman COLBY.


Hattie Harriet BOWLES was born on 6 MAR 1844. She appeared in the census in 1880 in Whitefield, Coos County, New Hampshire. She appeared in the census in 1900 in Whitefield, Coos County, New Hampshire. She died on 10 APR 1922 at Lancaster, Coos County, New Hampshire.

Spouse: Charles COLBY. Charles COLBY and Hattie Harriet BOWLES were married on 23 APR 1867 in New Hampshire. (SOURCE: FHL Number 1000976; COLBY, Charles, Age: 25 years; Marriage: Harriet H. BOWLES, Age: 23 years; Date: 23 Apr 1867; Recorded in: Birth and Marriage Index for New Hampshire.) Children were: Walter Urban COLBY, Leon A. COLBY.


Laura B. BOWLES was born on 16 JAN 1826 in New Hampshire. Daughter of Ira BOWLES. She appeared in the census in 1850 in Whitefield, Coos County, New Hampshire. She appeared in the census in 1860 in Whitefield, Coos County, New Hampshire. She appeared in the census in 1880 in Whitefield, Coos County, New Hampshire. She appeared in the census in 1900 in Whitefield, Coos County, New Hampshire. She died on 28 JUN 1901 at Whitefield, Coos County, New Hampshire.
Name: Laura B. Colby
Titles & Terms (Original):
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Death Date (Original): 28 Jun 1901
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Death Place: Whitefield, , New Hampshire
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Spouse: James Colby
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Father: Ira Bowles
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Mother: Abagil Paige
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Film Number: 2078690
Digital Folder Number: 4242863
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Collection: New Hampshire Death Records, 1654-1947
She was buried in the Pine Street Cemetery at Whitefield, Coos County, New Hampshire

Spouse: James COLBY. James COLBY and Laura B. BOWLES were married on 11 JUN 1849 in Whitefield, Coos County, New Hampshire. SOURCE: FHL Number 1000976, COLBY, James, Marriage: Laura BOWLES, Date: 11 Jun 1849, Recorded in: Birth and Marriage Index for New Hampshire. Children were: Edward Oscar COLBY, Nellie Abby COLBY.


Elizabeth BOWLEY was born date unknown.

Spouse: Josiah MACK. Josiah MACK and Elizabeth BOWLEY were married in JUL 1767.


Oliver BOWLY was born on 25 JUL 1726 in Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. He died on 12 NOV 1757.

Spouse: Anne WEED. Oliver BOWLY and Anne WEED were married on 28 FEB 1744/45 in Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. (SOURCE: Early Vital Records of Essex County, Massachusetts to 1850 for Amesbury.)


Photo Abby Joslyn BOWMAN was born on 10 JAN 1835 in New Hampshire. She appeared in the census on 3 JUL 1860 in Manchester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. She appeared in the census on 11 JUL 1870 in Kittery, York County, Maine. She appeared in the census on 14 JUN 1880 in Kittery, York County, Maine. She appeared in the census in 1900 in Kittery, York County, Maine. She appeared in the census on 27 APR 1910 in Kittery, York County, Maine. (living with son Henry and family. 2 Children, 1 living.) She died on 10 NOV 1913 at Kittery, York County, Maine. She was buried in the 1st Christian Cemetery at Kittery, York County, Maine

Spouse: Matthew Newell COLBY. Matthew Newell COLBY and Abby Joslyn BOWMAN were married on 5 SEP 1855. Children were: George W. COLBY, Henry Francis COLBY.


Sarah Adelpha (Brown) BOWMAN was born in 1870. (Daughter of Thomas Brown & Mahlda Lanning.)

Spouse: Thomas Smith COLBY. Thomas Smith COLBY and Sarah Adelpha (Brown) BOWMAN were married on 2 DEC 1896 in Auburn, De Kalb County, Indiana. They were divorced in 1908.


Daniel BOWNE was born about 1707. He has Ancestral File Number NL91-Z0.

Spouse: Sarah STRINGHAM. Daniel BOWNE and Sarah STRINGHAM were married about 1750.


Edgar A. BOYCE was born on 25 SEP 1862. SOURCE: "A Genealogy of the Descendants of Abraham Colby and Elizabeth Blaisdell, his wife Who settled in Bow in 1768" By one of them, Concord, NH Printed by the Republican Press Association 1895. Parents: Newell BOYCE and Celinda C. FLANDERS.


Mary BOYCE was born about 1844 in Canterbury, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. (daughter of Milton G. BOYES & Sarah SMITH.)

Spouse: Charles H. COLBY. Charles H. COLBY and Mary BOYCE were married on 18 DEC 1861 in New Hampshire. (SOURCE: FHL Number 1000976; COLBY, Charles H., Age: 22 years; Marriage: Mary BOYES, Age: 17 years; Date: 18 Dec 1861; Recorded in: Birth and Marriage Index for New Hampshire.) Children were: Rose M. COLBY.


Newell BOYCE was born in APR 1835 in Londonderry, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. He died on 15 JAN 1907 at Londonderry, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.

Spouse: Celinda C. FLANDERS. Newell BOYCE and Celinda C. FLANDERS were married on 31 MAR 1859 in Londonderry, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. (SOURCE: FHL Number 1000971; BOYCE, Newell, Age: 23 years; Marriage: Celinda C. FLANDERS, Age: 22 years; Date: 31 Mar 1859; Recorded in: Birth and Marriage Index for New Hampshire.) Children were: Edgar A. BOYCE, Samuel BOYCE.


Ozra S. BOYCE was born in 1852 in Springfield, Sullivan County, New Hampshire. Son of John C. BOYCE.

Spouse: Ida M. COLBY. Ozra S. BOYCE and Ida M. COLBY were married on 17 NOV 1883 in Sunapee, Sullivan County, New Hampshire. (SOURCE: FHL Number 1000971; BOYCE, Ozra S. Age: 31 years, Marriage: Ida M. COLBY Age: 22 years, Date: 17 Nov 1883; Recorded in: Birth and Marriage Index for New Hampshire.) They were divorced on 5 MAY 1901 in Sunapee, Sullivan County, New Hampshire. (Extreme cruelty)


Samuel BOYCE was born on 25 DEC 1876. SOURCE: "A Genealogy of the Descendants of Abraham Colby and Elizabeth Blaisdell, his wife Who settled in Bow in 1768" By one of them, Concord, NH Printed by the Republican Press Association 1895. Parents: Newell BOYCE and Celinda C. FLANDERS.


George Washington BOYD was born about 1784 in Boothbay, Lincoln County, Maine. He died on 10 MAY 1864 at Maine.

Spouse: Mary HUFF. George Washington BOYD and Mary HUFF were married about 1809 in Edgecomb, Lincoln County, Maine.


Mellie BOYD was born date unknown.

Spouse: Louis NIELSEN. Louis NIELSEN and Mellie BOYD were married date unknown.


Clara P. BOYER was born on 1 JUN 1860 in Massachusetts. She died on 14 DEC 1927.

Spouse: William Rufus COLBY. William Rufus COLBY and Clara P. BOYER were married about 1880.


Photo Ann M. BOYINGTON was born in 1841 in New York. She appeared in the census on 21 JUN 1870 in Batavia, Genesee County, New York. She appeared in the census in 1880 in Darien, Genesee County, New York. She died in 1903 at Darien, Genesee County, New York. She was buried in the Maple Hill Cemetery at Darien, Genesee County, New York

Spouse: Jerome Levant COLBY. Jerome Levant COLBY and Ann M. BOYINGTON were married in 1863 in Darien, Genesee County, New York. Children were: Birdie A. COLBY, Walter COLBY.


James BOYLE was born in JUN 1857 in Massachusetts. He appeared in the census on 2 MAY 1910 in Nephi, Juab County, Utah.

Spouse: Martha Ann WATTS. James BOYLE and Martha Ann WATTS were married on 2 JUN 1897 in Manti, Sanpete County, Utah. They appeared in the census on 15 JUN 1900 in Nephi, Juab County, Utah.


Myrtle Lulu BOYLES was born about 1880.

Spouse: Samuel Willy COLBY. Samuel Willy COLBY and Myrtle Lulu BOYLES were married about 1898. Children were: Cecil COLBY, Kenneth COLBY, Mary Francis COLBY.

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