In memory of Alpheus Stowell, my Maternal 4th Great-Grandfather on the HARVEY branch.
1830 Census Lisle, Cortland, New York (now Broome)
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1798 Jan 17
Mansfield, Tolland, Connecticut
Cortland, New York
Bemis Cemetery, Lisle, Broome, New York
Alpheus S. Stowell was the son of Archelaus Stowell and Olive Bugbee. He was born on the 17th of January, 1798, in Mansfield, Tolland County, Connecticut. It appears he was christened there June 7, 1798. He had three brothers, Lucas, John, and Jehiel, and three sisters, Almira, Sabrina, and Olivia. Alpheus married Julia Brown abt. 1827 and they had a son named Archelaus and a daughter, Betsy. In 1830 he was listed on the census in Lisle, Broome County, New York. He died abt. 1835 in Cortland County, New York. He was about 36 years old. He was buried in Bemis Cemetery in Lisle.
Alpheus Stowell & Julia Brown were the parents of my ancestor,
- Archelaus Stowell (1828-1913), married Malinda Edwards. Lived at Hindsburg, New York, for many years. They are buried in Wayne Cemetery near Keuka Lake.
- Betsey Stowell (1832-1906)
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