& Susanna Low, John White & Lucy Wise; David Low & Mary Lamb (parents of David, Jr), John Wise & Abigail Gardner; Caleb Lamb & Mary Wise, Joseph Wise & Mary Thompson (parents of John & Mary); New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 136 (1982), p. Timothy Bigleow’s regt; muster roll for Jan - Aug 1777, dated Van Schaick’s Island and sworn to at Camp near half Moon; enlisted 5-19-1777; enlistment, 8 months. || Vital Records of Newbury Massachusetts to the end of the Year 1849, Vol 2, Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, 1911, p. He at once struck out for the mines and panned some gold on the south fork of the American River, but when the winter rains began he returned to San Francisco. 408.~ Worcester Co regt, dated Southborough; residence, Dracut; engaged for town of Southborough; joined Capt. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Wright & Potter Printing Co, 1902, Vol 9, p. || Rockport Vital Records, Massachusetts, To the End of The Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p.64.~Gertrude Lowe changed her name TO Mabel Gertrude Mann due to adoption. || List of Persons Whose Names Have Been Changed in Massachusetts, 1780-1892, Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, 1972, p. His selection was symbolic of a new day, when the university administrator would not be a clergy man nor a professional scholar, but a broad-visioned executive.
136.~_____ Low, buried 3-21-1797, INFANT Child of ___________ [St. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. Asa Low married Salley Brown of Rowley on 1-1-1793. || Vital Records of Newbury Massachusetts to the end of the Year 1849, Vol 2, Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, 1911, p. Mother and Father had two services (Catholic and civil) in May 1949.~Bazel (Basil) Low(e), MD, Trecy, W9136; BLWt. Joseph Mc Lellan’s Co; detached 12-6-1780; discharged 1-2-1781; service 27 days, at the Eastward; company detached from Col. Wadsworth to serve out the balance of their 8 months term of enlistment. Francis’s regt; term, 3 years; also, Private, Capt. Benjamin Tupper’s regt; Continental Army pay accounts for service from 1-28-1777 to ; also, Capt. Ebenezer Francis’s regt; subsistence allowed from date of enlistment 1-21-1777, to time of arrival at Bennington; credited with 59 days allowance; also, Capt. Benjamin Tupper’s regt; return dated 1-26-1778; mustered by Maj. Varrick, Continental Muster Master; also, Colonel’s Co, Col. 299.~ Elisabeth Low, daughter of Nathaniel and Abigail Low, was born 3-? || Vital Records of Newbury Massachusetts to the end of the Year 1849, Vol 1, Births, Essex Institute, Salem, 1911, p. Low, daughter of Caleb and Betsey (Osborne) Low, was born 1-6-1827. Ipswich 4-11-1762; Bur at Beverly 4-20-1782) intended marriage at Ipswich 5-31-1777 to James Eveleth (B:1751/52; D: New Sharon, ME 1-22-1834 per Pension Roll of 1835). Then began a successful business career as a merchant, first in San Francisco, then in the autumn of 1850 in partnership with his brother in Marysville where he married Mollie Creed. || Ipswich In The Massachusetts Bay Colony, Vol II, A History Of The Town From 1700-1917, Thomas Franklin Waters, The Ipswich Historical Society, Ipswich, Mass, 1917, p. George Sidney Lowe, son of John, JR and Abigail Brooks Lowe, was born in Rockport, MA on 1-22-1842. It was in the latter capacity that he was to render notable service to Columbia. Died: July 30, 1932 at pm of apoplexy (that day) and arterial hypertension(1930).
236-237._____ Low, daughter of Stephen and Alice Low, was born in Warwick, RI 8-22-1737. ||Sketch of the History of Newbury, Newburyport and West Newbury, Joshua Coffin, Peter E. Betsey Low, WIDOW, daughter of Amos Burnham, died of consumption 9-24-1846, aged 82 yrs, 2m. || Vital Records of Essex Massachusets to the End of the Year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem, MA 1908, p. Betsey Low was born , daughter of Daniel and Mary (Luscomb) Low. Chamberlain] || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol I - Births, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. The first female white child born in Clinton, ME, GR.8. Thomas Powell, 21 years old, was born at Wethersfield, Conn. (a freighter) and Rachel Low, was born in Rockport, MA on 7-1-1849. Jonathan Nowell’s Co, Col James Scammon’s (30) regt; muster roll dated 8-1-1775; engaged 5-2-1775; service, 3 mos 7 days; also, company return (probably Oct 1775), including abstract of pay to last of July, 1775. 530.~ Edward Porter Low died 1-18-1815, aged 10 months. [First Church record] || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol V - Deaths, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. R: York; l S || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. (Church record, Fourth Church, now Second of West Newbury) || Vital Records of Newbury Massachusetts to the end of the Year 1849, Vol 1, Births, Essex Institute, Salem, 1911, p. Bellamy (B: Kittery, 3-23-1784) of Kittery on 12-5-1822. 404.~ Edward West Low, son of Caleb and Betsey (Osborn) Low, was born . Peter Hobart with his wife and four children, 6-8-1635, there is only one other entry before 1637 which suggests that the latter marks the beginning of the Journal. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 121 (1967), p. Catherine’s parents were: Merrick Titus (B:9-20-1808; D: Sutton, 3-22-1864 of smallpox) who married in Sutton on 1-19-1837 Patty Richardson (B: 1802; D: 1865; daughter of Benjamin Richardson). 7, 1872 in Pittsfield, Luella Hoos was the daughter of George and Lena Kespohl Hoos. 25, 1894 she was married, in Pittsfield, to Frank M. Alice Albright’s parents were: Richard Albright (B: ca 1565; buried 1-22-1613/14 in Alcester) and ? || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 146 (1992), p. The following are listed as Congregationalists at the Union Church (Baptist) of Mercer. Several who at this time were in Clinton and Winslow, afterward became citizens of Canaan and Norridgewock. || Vital Records of Plympton, Plymouth Co, Mass to the year 1850, Plympton Marriages, p. || IPSWICH IN THE MASSACHUSETTS BAY COLONY, VOL 2, 1700-1917, A History of the Town, Thomas Franklin Waters, 1917, Ipswich Historical Society, Ipswich, Mass., p. Nathaniel Low, Dr, Patriotic Service, R: Berwick; Town Records-B3A, p 1011 || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. Low (B: 7-28-1824; D:2-28-1825, 7 months); Isit Low (B: 7-2-1826; D: 7-2-1826, died at birth) || Early Records of Lyman, Main. Arnold, Providence, RI, Narragansett Historical Pub. Vital Records of York, ME || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 113 (1959), p. || Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, James Arnold, Providence, RI, Vol 1. 188.~ Rebecca Low married James Warner in Warwick, RI on 1-6-1757. Edmund Phiney’s regt.; muster roll dated Garrison Fort George, 12-8-1776; enlisted 12-1-1775; reported deserted 9-1-1776. 326.~Sarah Lowe (ca 1637-1708 , 1712 ) married ca 1661 John Stafford (1636? Arnold, Providence, RI, Narragansett Historical Pub. The Republican party was divided in allegiance between two contestants, Gen. He was renominated in the autumn of 1883 and reelected by a close margin of votes in a hotly contested campaign against the Democratic nominee, Joseph C. A feature of his administration was the introduction of the merit system in the municipal service of Brooklyn, a reduction of the city debt, and a complete reform of the public-school system (Fourth Annual Message of Hon.
79.~_____ Low: The following lineage was listed in an ancestry chart of Diana, Princess of Wales: Seth Low, 1850-1916, Mayor of New York City, President of Columbia University; Abiel Abbot Low & Ellen Almira Dow; Seth Low & Mary Porter; David Low IV & Hannah Haskell; David Low III & Abigail Choate, Nathaniel Haskell & Hannah White; David Low, Jr. || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War- Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. 281~Elisabeth Low and Thomas Williams were married 4-29-1762. The expiration of his apprenticeship coincided with the amazing news from California in 1849. 22 he embarked for the Isthmus of Panama, and after the usual hardships and delay, passed through the Golden Gate on the steamer Panama on June 4, 1849. Low || Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, To The End of The Year 1849, Vol V - Deaths, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1924, p. David Henley’s regt; return of recruits for knapsacks, dated Boston, 2-16-1778; reported under marching orders. List of men mustered by Nathaniel Barber, Muster Master for Suffolk Co., dated Boston, Nov. Henry Jackson, agreeable to the arrangement of 4-9-1779; rank, Private; residence, Boston; enlisted ; enlistment, during war; said Lowe appears among men belonging to Col. Who had been discharged from the rolls prior to above arrangement; reported deserted 2-15-1778. Low, of Boston, aged 28 yrs, grocer, son of George and Mary Low, married in Rockport, MA on 6-19-1849, Anna G. Hale, aged 17yrs, daughter of Stephen and Amelia Hale. 617.~Richard Low was born 6-27-1792, son of Daniel and Mary (Luscomb) Low. 531.~Richard Lowe, MA; Capt Sawyer’s Co; 1S || Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War-Maine, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louiseville, Kentucky, compiled by Carleton E. He was not quite forty years of age when he accepted the office. Died June 17, 1956, Illini Community Hosp, Pittsfield, IL.
79.~_____ Low, daughter of Enoch Low (BL: and Elizabeth M. 531.~______ Lowe, daughter of John Lowe, on , aged 3 yrs - Funeral service (not nec. Nathan Parker of the Church of Portsmouth, NH || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol.83 (1929), p.34-35.______ Low is mentioned in the following context. But so it was (as before Observed by you) 18 in Capt. I have been in hourly expectation to have sent a Compleat list of the whole that have been Demanded which occasioned my delay. Which I hope will plead an Excuse for him who with difficulty bears to be Out Strip’t in point of duty, by any officers whatsoever. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. Huntington and others, was associated with the building of the Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad through West Virginia to the Ohio River and in the founding of Newport News, Va., and Huntington, W. ¶ Though an unusually powerful and eloquent speaker, and well equipped for public life, Low seems to have felt no desire to enter politics, in which field his father, in a modest way, and his son, Seth Low [see footnote], more spectacularly engaged. 2796.~ Abiel Abbot Low was born 2-7-1811, daughter of Seth and Mary (Porter) Low. 50.~Amey Low, child of Hooper and Elizabeth Low, was born 4-11-1761 in Warren, RI. 1775); age, 21 yrs; enlisted 5-2-1775; also, order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money dated ; also, Private, Capt. Johnson’s regt; enlisted 8-27-1777; discharged Oct. Henry Peck’s children: Joseph (Bapt 9-5-1647; D: New Haven 4-15-1720); Benjamin (Bapt. Costigan’s family in 1790 consisted of two males over 16 and two females. XXIX, Containing Life Sketches of Leading Citizens of Somerset, Piscataquis, Hancock, Washington, and Aroostook Counties, Maine. The family has since made their home here with the exception of one winter spent in Tucson, Arizona, for the benefit of Mr. D.; Doss, Melvindale, Mich; Edward, Lee and Arthur of this city; and Paul, of Chicago. In addition to operating his tire shop and other businesses, he was farmer and a special investigator of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. While on the road from Swansey to Boston, was killed by lightning 7-15-1685. 334.~Francis Low changed his name TO Albert Everett Low. || List of Persons Whose Names Have Been Changed in Massachusetts, 1780-1892, Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, 1972, p. As in his vigorous Brooklyn campaigns, his keynote was the complete separation of municipal and national politics (Seth Louis Great Speech at Cooper Union, Oct. Patronage was checked and the civil service was developed.New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 129.~Ann Low, daughter of David and Sarah Low, was born 4-22-1755.