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The official account read:. Gowan of Lynn. According to the article, she was killed in a "mountain runaway" at Freshwater, Colorado, 35 miles west of Canyon City. She was riding with her husband, A. Gowan, an electrical engineer for Mica Mining Company, when the accident occurred. She was the daughter of F. Jones, capitalist of Boston and Chicago.

She was described as a beautiful woman and a leader in Boston society. He was discharged December 27, because of a disability. His name is also rendered as Emelius S. Charles Gowen was a resident of Salem, Massachusetts in Children born to Charles Gowen, according to the baptismal record of St. Peters Episcopal Church, include:. Peters Episcopal Church, according to Salem birth records. A few days earlier they had signed a letter of intent which was also published. Her "true" name was almost certainly Susanna. Ned for Ed ward , Ed win and Ed mund ,.

Nan and Nancy for Ann e and that whole complex of. Nabbie" for Abigail,. Nell and "Nora" for Eleanor, etc. After the death of Joseph Byard, she remained a widow. She died in , according to Salem death records:. All of the children were baptized in North Church. Other children might include:. Betsy Jackson was buried in Harmony Grove Cemetery. She was married January 5, to Edmund Billings. He was discharged June 16, as a sergeant. He is possibly related to Emelius S. Of the men who answered Pres. Nine were killed on the battlefield, and died of disease. Harold C. Gowen was born in Newburyport, Massachusetts February 1, He was married June 1, to Marjorie L.

Marjorie L. Combs Gowen was born March 22, in Peabody, Massachusetts. They showed their home in Newburysport in Harry W. He was mustered out April 28, He was married about to Sarah Lewis. James Gowen died in , and Sarah Lewis Gowen died in and was buried beside her husband. Augustus Edgcomb, born in , died in Sarah M.

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Gowen, born in , died in Moses Varney, born in , died in Elizabeth E. Gowen, wife of Moses Varney, born in. Nellie M. Varney Bolton, born in , died in Simond Gowen was shown in a company of Massachusetts troops under the command of Maj. Samuel Appleton in , according to "Massachusetts Archives," Volume When the troops withdrew, he was left in Rhode Island to recover.

He was shown as a native of Rowley, Massachusetts near the New Hampshire line. William B. Gowen, a hatter, boarded at 67 Merrimac Amesbury, Massachusetts in according to Amesbury city directories. William M. Gowen, a clerk located at 16 Market Square, boarded at 67 Merrimac Amesbury, Massachusetts in according to Amesbury city directories. Five Gowing families were living in Essex County at the time of the census.

Abigaile Gowing, daughter of Nathaniel and Martha Gowing, was born September 9, in Lynn according to Massacusetts town birth records. Annis Gowing, daughter of John and Johannah, was born March 13, in Lynn according to Massachusetts town birth records. Betty Gowing, daughter of Gideon and Elizabeth Gowing, was born October 11, in Lynn according to Massachusetts town birth records. Charles Gowing, a hostler, boarded at Common Lawrence, Massachusetts in and The marriage was opposed by her parents who declared that she should have no dowery.

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Apparently all parties remained firmly resolved. After waiting almost eight months for her parents to relent, the couple went ahead with their marriage plans the following Christmas. On December 25, , they were married. He appeared as the head of a household in the census of Lynfield, Massachusetts, according to "Heads of Families, Massachusetts, ".

Ezra Gowing was enumerated as the head of a household in the census of Essex County, page , living in Danvers, Massachusetts. Deliverance Gowing, daughter of Joseph and Deliverance Gowing, was born February 28, in Lynn according to Massachusetts town birth records. Miss E. Alice Gowing boarded at Essex in Lawrence, Massachusetts in and according to Lawrence, Massachusetts directories. Alice Gowing was married sometime between and taking the name Mrs. Alice Gowing McCann. Gowing McCann was still boarding at Essex in Lawrence, Massachusetts in and according to Lawrence, Massachusetts directories.

Elizabeth Gowing, daughter of Gedian and Elizabeth Gowing, was born June 6, in Lynn according to Massachusetts town birth records. Amesbury, Massachusetts in according to Amesbury directories. Gideon Gowing was born in , probably in Lynn of parents unknown.

On May 23, , he and Elizabeth Gowing, perhaps a cousin, filed a marriage intent. They continued to live in Lynn for the remainder of their lives. Gideon Gowen died February 17, , "in his 54th year, after a lingering illness of about three months occasioned by his overdoing himself," according to the church records of Lynn. She probably died before because in that year another child was named "Betty. She died in Fitchburg, Massachusetts before He was married to Mrs.

Anna Waldon, a widow of Danvers, February 18, at Lynn. He was enumerated as the head of a household in the census of Danvers, Massachusetts, according to "Heads of Families, Massachusetts, His household was composed of:. He was married to Nancy Preston September 10, by Rev. Samuel Stillman, according to "Boston Marriages. He appeared as a private in Capt. Gideon Foster's Company, Col. He had enlisted at age 16 May 9, and saw two months and 27 days service, according to "Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution. John Baker in Col. Mansfield's Nineteenth Regiment.

He did not appear as a householder in the census of Massachusetts. Nathaniel Gowing enlisted July 6, in Capt. James Berry's Company in Col. Thomas Poor's Regiment. He was discharged January 29, after service of seven months, five days, travel included, "at North River," according to "Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution. Berry's Company. He appeared on the military payroll of Capt. Henry Gowing was a resident of Newbury, Massachusetts in Hiram Gowing was enumerated in the census of Essex County, page , living in Danvers, Massachusetts.

James Gowing lived in Lawrence, Massachusetts in and according to Lawrence city directories. Lovisa D. Gowing operated a boarding house at 30 Atlantic Corporation Canal Lawrence, Massachusetts from to From to Mrs. Gowing operated a boarding house located at Essex according to Lawrence, Massachusetts directories. Robert H. Walter W. Gowing lived in Lawrence, Massachusetts in and according to Lawrence, Massachusetts directories. William E.

Gowing partnered with Joshua W. Gowing boarded at 43 Jackson in Lawrence, Massachusetts from to Joshua W. William W. Gowing worked as a clerk at Haverhill, while boarding at 43 Jackson Lawrence, Massachusetts from to James R. Fred E. Gowing, employed by N. He, a white man, was registered in Gooding County, Idaho. The name of Shawmut, Massachusetts was changed September 16, to Boston. Charles Gowen was enumerated as the head of a household. Abigail Going, "wife of Wm.

Going died in Charlestown," according to the April 21, edition of the "Columbia Centinel. Almira Going filed a marriage intent with Andrew Derby of Fitchborg, Massachusetts December 11, at Shirley, according to Shirley marriage records. Bathsheba Going, daughter of Ezekiel and Lucy Going, was born September 17, in Shirley according to Massachusetts town birth records.

Eliab H. Henry B. Henry K. Myron F. Ebenezer Gowen was on of the earliest residents of Shirley, Massachusetts. He was married to Abigail Simmons on April 27, in Shirley. The names of the members of the family of Lt. Ebenezer Gowen appeared many times in the legal records of the town and Middlesex County, and the spelling was render-ed sometimes Gowen, sometimes Gowing and sometimes Going. John Holmes company, a unit of Col.

He appeared on the muster roll of that company June 1, Jacob Haskins Light Infantry Company. William Gowin was recorded in an adjacent location as the head of a household, also on page March 17, William Gowen was a resident of Shirley, Massachusetts in He died a few days later. Ebenezer Gowen, Jr. Children born to Ebenezer Gowen, Jr.

About he was married to Eunice Dodge and the couple continued to make their home in Massachusetts. On March 24, he was living at Lexington, Massachusetts and wrote in a letter on that date in reply to a genealogical query sent to him by a researcher. He was married December 4, to Lucy Douglass.

Both were "of Pepperell in Middlesex County. To stimulate enlistments Congress authorized bounty land to be given to veterans of federal service in the war with England. Non-coms and officers were to receive acres. He died November 24, Lucy Douglass Gowen, "widow, aged 83[? He was baptized June 10, He died August 20, She died October 11, He died six months later, November 9, Eliab Going was enumerated as the head of a household in the census of Townsend, Massachusetts, page Ezra Going and Nancy Burrill Going are unknown.

Frederick R. Children born to Frederick R. Going and Julia C. Moore Going are unknown. She was baptized February 22, at Shirley, Mass. Henry Barrett Going, son of John K. Going, Jr. Horace Wilder Going was born about , place and parents unknown. He was married about to Clara Ida Stone. They lived in Sutton, Massachusetts from about to , according to Mary Seabolt, a descendant of Rudy, Arkansas. Seabolt wrote January 12, that six children were born to them there:.

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Leonice M. She died in infancy, according to Mary Seabolt. He was married about to Eldora Vaughan. After the death of Eldora Vaughan Going in , he removed to Leicester, Massachusetts where he died in She was married about to George Randles. He was married about to Marion McLean. He died in Florida in She died there in at age Ivory Going was recorded as the head of a household in the census of Townsend, also on page James Going was enumerated as the head of a household in the census of Shirley, Massachusetts, page John Kendall Going, son of John K.

He was married to Harriet Barrett May 7, according to Massachusetts town marriage records. Jonathan Going was married to Anne Bennett April 15, according to Massachusetts town marriage records. Mary Flagg Going, daughter of John K. She was married to William G. Linsted May 19, in Shirley according to Massachusetts town marriage records. William Going and his wife, Nancy Going, were residents of Charlestown in Augustus K.

In he was a tinware manufacturer. On July 4, he filed a marriage intent with Mrs. Amanda A. Clark Heald, a widow, age 30 at Shirley, Massachusetts. Of Augustus K. Going and Mrs. Clark Heald Going nothing more is known. William Going filed a marriage of intent with Mrs. Lucretia Holbrook at Shirley, August 27, , according to Shirley marriage records. Harriett E. William Going was born December 7, in Shirley according to Massachusetts town birth records. Gowan, merchant, died in Norfolk," according to the "Columbia Centinel," edition of October 15, Mary Gowan was born in in Framingham according to Massachusetts town birth records.

A son was born to them there:. He was married about to Juliette Maloris and became a jazz musician, according to the research of Cheryl Stromdahl of Palmdale, California. He died in She was married about to Harold J. McSweeney, Jr. Abigail Gowen was born in Shirley according to Massachusetts town birth records. Charles Gowen of Salem, Massachusetts was listed as a private in Capt. Thomas Barnes' Company in Col. He received an order for advance pay at Cambridge, Massachusetts. Charles Go wen was included in a roster of the Nineteenth Massachusetts Regiment.

Also included in the military record of Charles Gowen are receipts for military pay for September to December, and a receipt for mileage, etc. Charles Gowen, of Salem, was listed as a carpenter aboard the brigantine "Cutter," a privateer commanded by Capt. Charles Gowen was enumerated as the head of family in the census of Salem:. Daniel Gowen and John Gowen, assumed to be brothers, were "hired of town, farm at Beaverdam" in Daniel Gowen was serving under Maj.

Daniel Gowen was enumerated as the head of a household in the census of Wilmington. The household was recorded as "one white male over 16, and one female", according to "Heads of Families, Massachusetts, ," page Children born to Daniel Gowen include:. Daniel Gowen, Jr. The household of Daniel Gowen, Jr. Eleanor Gowen, daughter of William and Eleanor Gowen, was born January 19, in Medford according to Massachusetts town birth records. Elizabeth Gowen, daughter of William and Eleanor Gowen, was born January 22, in Medford according to Massachusetts town birth records.

Ellinor Gowen died June 3, in Medford according to Massachusetts town death records. In Cambridge had a population of 50, including the students at Harvard University. Herbert, a timekeeper for the railroad was a boarder at the same address. Nathaniel Gowan, lived at Gore, according to the city directory of Cambridge. Rebecca S. Gowin lived at 37 Mellen in and in , according to the Cambridge city directory.

James H. Gowing, a life insurance agent, lived at Pearl, according to the Cambridge city directory of He died in according to Massachusetts town vital records collection. Children born to them include John L. Stiles, born in in Winhall, Vermont. Hebe Gowen was enumerated as the head of a household in the census of Charlestown, page John Gowen of Lynn was a sergeant in Capt. Ezra Newhall's company of Minute-men which "marched on the alarm of April 19, John Gowen was a "seaman or marine" aboard the brigantine "Hazard" commanded by Capt.

He appeared in a muster roll made for advance pay, dated Boston, November 13, John Gowen was enumerated as the head of a household in the census of Wilmington, according to "Heads of Families, Massachusetts, ," page Adjoining was the household of Joseph Gowen, also page Nearby was the household of John Gowen, Jr, also page Mary Gowen, regarded as a daughter of John Gowen, was born July 22, , probably in Massachusetts, according to the research of Elizabeth Kenoyer Davis, a descendant of Aptos, California.

He became an Episcopalian priest and was rector of St. Anne's in Annapolis, Maryland. John Gowen was born in , probably in Charlestown. Gowen, was born March 6, in Lynn. Gowen was born in Massachusetts in He, a teamster enlisted August 14, at age 18 in the Thirty-Eighth Massachusetts Infantry Regiment, listing his hometown as Stoneham, Massachusetts. He died "of disease" March 19, in New Orleans, Louisiana. Lucretia Gowen, daughter of William and Eleanor Gowen, was born January 22, in Medford according to Massachusetts town birth records. A Mrs. Gowen died April 12, in Medford according to Massachusetts town death records.

Polly Gowen, daughter of William and Eleanor Gowen, was born October 1, in Medford, according to Massachusetts town birth records. Samuel Gowen was enumerated as the head of a household in the census of Essex County, page , living in Danvers, Massachusetts. Frederic W. Naomi Harris Gowen "owned the covenant" January 5, William Gowen paid taxes in , , , , and His taxes were abated in while he was serving "on board King's ship.

He was married about and paid taxes in Children born to William Gowen include:. William Gowen was enumerated as the head of a household in the census of Medfordtown, Massachusetts, according to "Heads of Families, Massachusetts, ," page William Gowen was married to Abigail Goodwin about Oren B. Gowen, son of William Gowen and Abigail Gowen, was born about Mills, according to "Vital Records of Dracut, Massachusetts. Samuel Gowen was married to Elizabeth Hibbert February 26, in Medford according to Massachusetts town vital rec-ords collection.

William Gowen died September 30, in Medford, according to Massachusetts town death records. William Gowen was enumerated as the head of a household in the census of Essex County, page , living in Danvers, Massachusetts. Joseph Gowin was recorded as the head of a household in the census of Westfordtown, Massachusetts, page Annie L. Gowing, of Wilmington, filed an adoption document in , according to probate index number Carrie E.

Gowing, of Hudson, New Hampshire filed a document for an administrator to sale personal estate foreign in , according to probate index number Charles M. Gowing, of Wilmington, filed a document regarding his will in , according to probate index number Charlotte E. Gowing, of Wilmington, filed a document regarding a guardian to the will of Charles M. Gowing in , according to probate index number Charlotte also filed a document regarding the administration of the will in , according to probate index number Earle U. Gowing, of Reading, filed a document regarding a will in , according to probate index number Edith P.

Gowing, of Wakefield, filed a document regarding a guardian in , according to probate index number Emily A. Gowing, of Wilmington, filed a document regarding a guardian in , according to probate index number Emma G. Eugene G. Gowing, of Carroll County Missouri, filed a document regarding the sale of real estate foreign guardian in , according to probate index number Eva L. Pettengill Gowing was born in and died in in Cambridge according to Mt. Auburn Cemetery Records. She was buried with George Gowing. Franklin A. Gowing, of Wakefield, filed a document regarding administration in , according to probate index number George Gowing was listed in the city directory of Malden, Massachusetts living at 5 Winthrop.

He also owned a home in Boston at 51 Franklin. Gilman Gowing, of Wilmington, filed a document regarding administration in , according to probate index number Harriet Gowing, of Wilmington, filed a document regarding a will in , according to probate index number Harriet G. Gowing, of Hudson New Hampshire, filed a document regarding the sale of personal estate foreign administrator in , according to probate index number Hattie L.

Gowing, of Medford, filed a document regarding a partition in , according to probate index number Henry A. Gowing, of Weston, filed a document regarding a will in , according to probate index number Hitty Gowing, of Reading, filed a document regarding a will in , according to probate index number Horace Gowing, of Wakefield, filed a document regarding administration in , according to probate index number Jacob Gowing, of North Reading, filed a document regarding administration in , according to probate index number Jaques Gowing, of Reading, filed a document regarding administration in , according to probate index number Jonathan Gowing was born April 31, in Shirley according to Massachusetts town birth records.

Jonathan Gowing, of Wilmington, filed a document regarding administration in , according to probate index number Children born to Joseph Gowing and Hannah Bancroft are unknown. Joshua Gowing, of Wilmington, filed a document regarding administration in , according to probate index number Joshua R. Gowing, of Carroll County Missouri, filed a document regarding sale of real estate foreign guardian in , according to probate index number Lucinda D. Gowing, of North Reading, filed a document regarding administration in , according to probate index number Margaret Gowing, of Reading, filed a document regarding adoption in , according to probate index number Margaret E.

Gowing, of Reading, filed a document regarding guardian in , according to probate index number Mary Gowing, of Reading, filed a document regarding guardian in , according to probate index number Mary Gowing, of Billerica, filed a document regarding administration in , according to probate index number Mary D. Gowing, of Everett, filed a document regarding a will, according to probate index number Merton O. Gowing, of Groton, filed a document regarding administration in , according to probate index number Nathaniel Gowing, son of Ebenezer Gowing, Jr.

Robert Gowing, regarded as the first individual to bear the name in America, was born in Scotland April 6, of parents unknown, according to "American Ancestry. Angela Case-Campbell on May 19, wrote:. He was mar-ried to Mary Hulter.


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Robert Gowing arrived in America in , at the age of sixteen. I am trying to find out what ship he arrived on, and if any of his siblings came with him. He attended the Dedham town meetings from to and was granted land prior to He became a freeman in , four years after attending his first town meeting, according to "Genealogical Guide to Early Settlers in America" by Henry Whittemore.

The bride was born in Stradbrook, England. Eleanor Tucker wrote:. There were also quite a few Gowing references in the nearby parish of Starston, Norfolk, including a "Robert Gowen, late of Stradbrooke" who was buried 2 Jan Also among these is "Robert, son of William and Mary Gowen, baptized 6 Apr ," the same year that Robert Gowing was born, it is believed.

Also the will of Richard Aldous, of Fressingfield, dated 31 March , proved September 11, at the Suffolk Archdeaconry, mentions the lands of "the widowe Goweing. Could it be that the Gowings and the Brocks were neighbors in the homeland? Robert Gowing was a resident of Wenham, Massachusetts in when he was required to appear in court to answer for the sale of a gun to an Indian.

A week later the following entry was made in the court records,. Thomas B. Wellman writing in "History of the Town of Lynfield, Massachusetts, " stated that the Gowing family was "one of the most prominent in the town for generations. The Gowing Family Association, formed in , began publishing in a series of booklets on the family history "researched by the late Winfield Scott Ripley," according to Eleanor Tucker. He died in Lynn June 7, and was probably buried there.


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  • He appeared in the legal records of Lynn, in and took a prominent part in the activities of the community, according to the official records. John Gowing "of Lynn" was married in , at age 37 to Johannah Darling. On March 1, he was chosen as "fence viewer. He served on the grand jury on November 15, , and five days later the records reveal that he got a "new road, three poles wide" alongside his property.

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    He was chosen "fence viewer" again March 5, He was made surveyor May 6, and was commissioned to "establish a pound" March 3, John Gowing died May 28, Johannah Darling Gowing died after May 28, She was married to John Bates [Bales? She died there June 12, Later he removed his family to Wilmington where he died on August 5, Daniel Gowing was a private in a militia company commanded by Capt. Timothy Walker of Wilmington and in the group which responded to the "alarm at Lexington.

    He died at Wilmington May 6, at age Daniel Gowing, Jr. He, like his father, was a private in the militia company commanded by Capt. Timothy Walker, Col. Green's regiment, which responded to the attack on Lexington, April 19, He served six and a half days in the engagement. Later he served in Capt. Cadwallader Ford's Company, Col.

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    Eleazer Brooks regiment of guards. He enlisted February 10, and served to April 3, He was stationed at Fort No. Cadwellader Ford's Company" appears in his military record. He appeared as the head of a household in the census of Wilmington, according to "Heads of Families, Massachusetts, ," page Children born to Daniel Gowing, Jr.

    John Hosmer had achieved fame as a member of the company of Minutemen commanded by Capt. Parker at Lexington and was one of the "embattled farmers who stood and fired the shot heard around the world. Micajah Gowing was enumerated as the head of a household in the census of Tewsbury, Massachusetts, page On August 14, he was married to Mary A. Later the couple moved to Peabody, Massachusetts.

    Humphrey Gowing. Jabez Gowen, son of Sgt. Daniel Gowing were credited with 1 turn. He also saw service in the company commanded by Capt. Jesse Wyman in Col. He was married to Sarah Jacques "of Wilmington" May 4, Jabez Gowing, along with Daniel Gowing, Joshua Gowing, and Nathan Gowing, was enumerated as the head of a household in the census of Wilmington, all on page Jabez Gowing died there September 25, at age She received Widow's Pension Jabez Gowing was enumerated as the head of a household in the census of Essex County, page , living in Danvers, Massachusetts.

    She wrote "Life Among the Delaware Indians. Jacques Gowing was born in In he was a butcher residing in Winchenden, Massachusetts.