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of five pounds Six Shillings and Eight pence to be paid her by my Executor
hereafter named and one Coverlid one fine Shirt and all my Books I had of
her.

Itim. I Give to my Sister Lydia Rise the Sum of five Shillings to be paid her by

my Executor hereafter named.

Itim I give to my Brother Ephraim Stow the Sum of five Shillings to be paid

him by my Executor hereafter named also I Give him my Singing Book

Itim I Give to my Brother Abraham Stow the Sum of. five Shillings to be paid

him by my Executor hereafter named

Itim I Give to my Sister Dorothy the wife of John Temple the Sum of five

Shilling To be paid her by my Executor hereafter named.

Itim I Give to my Uncle Micah Newton all the Remainder of My Estate not Given

away in this my Last will and Testament he paying all the Rest of the
Legacies to be paid in money out of my Estate mentioned in this my Last
will and all my Just Debts if any there be and my funeral charges.

Itim I Give to Nahum Newton the Sum of four pounds to be paid him by my

Executor hereafter named and a pair of Two year old Stears and all my Sheep
a Blew Coat and Red Jacket and a Steel Trap.

Itim. I Give to Thankful Newton the Sum of four pounds to be paid her by my

Executor hereafter named and a Two year old heifer

Itim I Give to Archelus Felton the Sum of five pounds to be paid him by my

Executor hereafter Named also I Give him my curring* Knife

Itim I Give to Lydia the Wife of said Archelus Felton the Sum of Two pounds to

be paid by my Executor hereafter named.

Itim I Give to Ebenezer Horthorn all my husbandry tools and my Broad ax.

And I do hereby Like wise Appoint make and ordain my said uncle Micah
Newton my Sole Executor of this my Last will and Testament
And I Do hereby utterly Disallow Revoke and Disannul all and Every other
former Testaments. Wills Legacies and Bequests and Executors by me in
any ways before named, willed or Bequeathed Ratifying and Confirming this
and no other to be my Last will and testament in witness whereof I have
hereunto Set my hand and Seal the Day and year afore written
Signed sealed published
pronounced and Declared by the
Said Hezekiah Newton as his Last

Will and Testament in the presence his

of us the Subscribers Hezekiah # Newton

mark.
Josiah How
Uriah Eager j u
Ezra How

her

Lydia X R' se

mark

Ephraim Stow

Middlesex ss S July 1777 Presented by the Executor Micah Newton & attested by the
oaths of the three subscribing Witnessess

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No. 15888 Oldest Series Recorded vol. 57 p. 4GG
John Winthrop Judge of Probate,
on the 8th of July. 1777.
proves approves and allows
the Will of
Hezekiah Newton of Marlborough.
Husbandman, which was presented by
Micah Newton, the Executor named therein
There were present. Josiah How
Uriah Eager
Ezra How
Who swore to their Signatures and
heard etc. &. Saw him Sign Etc.

Signed "Winthrop"

* The Record Book 57, page 466, says "Currying" Knife.



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The Bond of Micafa Newton. Yeoman for a thousand pounds






Sureties Ezra How. Yeoman.






Uriah Eager. Gentleman






all of Marlborough






micah newton


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John Emerson Ezra How


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4259. MICAH NEWTON 4 (Joseph 3 , Joseph 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Joseph, Jr.,
and Abigail ( ) Newton of Marlborough. Mass., was born there Decem-
ber 8, 1722, and baptized there April 7, 1723 [C. R. and T. R.]. Lieut. Micah
Newton died at Marlborough, August 21, 1800, aged 78. G. S.

He married at Marlborough, January 2, 1744-5, Mary Howe, daughter of Peter
and Grace (Bush) Howe* of Marlborough, where she was born April 2, 1726.
She died, "Widow of Lieut. Micah," at Marlborough, February 21, 1813, aged
87 years. G. S.

Micah Newton was the youngest child of his father, in whose will he is men-
tioned as "my fourth son now living," and "my youngest son," and is given
"all my Husbandry tools, utensils for making Ropes or my chest with a Lock
and kee too it, and my Gun, all my Cyder Barrell and meet tubs, and a flock
Bead, a pair of Stilyards, a shave, agures and chesells, a tennant Saw and hand-
saw, and a frying Pan." He was made residuary legatee and "soul Executor."
[See will of Joseph Newton, Jr.] At this time he was about 35 years old, mar-
ried and had six children.

In the French and Indian War, 1757, Sergeant Micah Newton 4 was in Capt.
John Weeks' Company of Marlborough men, and with him in the same Com-
pany were his brother Uriah 4 and two sons of Uriah 4 , Uriah 5 and David"'.

Micah Newton's name appears on the roll of Lieut. Stephen Maynard's Com-
pany, the same year, which marched to the relief of Fort William Henry.

In the list of inhabitants and number of polls in Marlborough, 1770, Micah
Newton is credited with 2 polls.

In the First United States Census, 1790, Micah Newton's family consisted of
himself, one male above sixteen years, one male below sixteen years, and one
female.

Micah Newton was a prosperous farmer in Marlborough, where his real estate
of home lot and meadow lot amounted to $2,372, and thirty-two acres in the
town of Stow apprised at $128. The inventory of his estate is interesting, show-
ing as it does the implements for the carrying on of the work both indoors and
outdoors. He made his will five years before his death, when he styles himself
"Jentleman," being old and infirm but of perfect mind, ete. The will he signs
with his mark; but where he writes his name himself, as witness to the guar-
dianship of his nephew, Jonas Newton, the hand is that of a ready writer. He
mentions all of his then living children, as having already given to each a por-
tion. The older son, Nahum. had removed with his family to Henniker, N. H.,
and settled there. The only other son of this large family, then living, was
Francis, who never married, and probably had always lived with his father.



♦Peter Howe 4 , b. May 8, 1695; d. Oct. 18, 1778, aged 84; les. Marlborough; m. Dec.
24, 1718, Gkace Push. b. 1690; dau. of Ablel and Grace (Barrett) of Marlborough. She d.
aged 74 yrs.. 7 mos., 7 dys. Nine children. He was son of

JOHN HOWE*, b. 1071 ; [will 17.12] ; m. Rebecca , who d. 1731 ; and he m. (2)

Hi rir Eai;i:k ; res. Marlborough. Eleven children. He was son of

John Howe-, b. 1640; killed by Indians, 1676; m. 1662, Elizabeth ; res. Marl-
borough. Three children. He was son of

John Howe 1 of Sudbury ; one of the petitioners for Marlborough, 1657 ; res. first at
Watertown. His wife was Mabt. Eleven children.



BRANCH OF JOSEPH 465

To this son he gives his lands and makes him executor, giving into his care the
provision made for the widow.

His good standing in the First Congregational Church is evidenced in his
having three deacons for appraisers of his estate.

His children were all born at Marlborough, and he seems to have always lived
there. He seems to have been a trusted favorite in his family circle — his other
nephew, Hezekiah Newton, also chose him to be his guardian. And later in his
will, Hezekiah gives "to my uncle Micah Newton all the remainder of my estate"
and makes him executor of the will. The will of Micah Newton, inventory of
estate, etc., — seven documents in the settlement of his estate — are here given.

In describing this will, Mr. Brown, who made the copy, says: "This will is
in fine order and on fine rag paper. Page 1 is blank and folded in. The will,
No. 1, and Probate No. 4 in one instrument, the will being attached to the
printed letter. Three pages are needed for the will. Caption on 4th page. While
in many other legal papers he signs his name himself, in his Will Micah Newton
makes "his mark" — "being old & Inferm." Document 2, is the citation to the
Widow and heirs. This small paper has been folded several ways, and is written
on both sides — very fine rag paper.

"Document 3, is the Assent to probate the will — fine rag paper, single sheet,
about 7 x 8£ inches.

"Document 4, is Probate and Order. To son Francis committed the execu-
tion; printed form embossed through the heavy coarse rag paper.

"Document 5, is Bond $30,000, printed. The Will and this Bond were wafered
together, and came apart.

"Document 6, is printed form of Notice and posting of it, by Francis Newton.

"Document 7, is the Inventory; a single sheet of very fine, thick rag paper,
and brittle, so the folds have in some places been stayed with transparent paper,
about 8 x 13J inches. The Inventory does not use the whole of the sheet at
the bottom, but uses the other side for a | part of sheet and the printed Warrant
of Appraisers appointment is attached.

"You will note that at this time — 1800 — Middlesex Probate Court was held
at Concord, Mass., instead of at Cambridge."

#1
Micah Newton's Will 15.89G Oldest Series,
lodged 16 Sept. 1800. Et. dilld exc^ for 2d. tuesd Oct. 10 AM.
In the Name of God Amen, the Ninth day of September AD 1795 I Micah
Newton of Marlborough in the County of Middlesex in the State of New Eng-
land Jentleman being old & Inferm but Perfect mind and memory thanks be
given to God therefor Calling into mind the mortality of my Body & knowing
that it is appointed for all men once to die do make & ordain this my Last
Will & Testament that is to Say principally and first of all. I give & Recom-
mend my sole into the hands of God that gave it and my Body I recommend to
the Earth to be Buried in a Christian buriel at the discreation of my Executor
nothing doubting but at the general Resurrection I Shall Receive the same again
by the mighty power of God. and touching Such woiiy Estate where with it
hath pleased God to Bless me in this Life I give Demise and dispose of the

Same in the following manner and form

Imprimos I Give and Bequeath unto my Well beloved Wife Mary during her Life the
Use and improvement one half of my now Dwelling House the East half or
part & Cellar under it. Also one quarter part of my Barn with Libarty to
pass & repas from the House to the Road to the Barn to the well for water.
and all other places as She shall have ocation. Also one quarter part of all
the produce of every kind that annually Grows on my Farm to be Delivered
by my Executor (Here-after Named to my Wife or Widow (at or) in my
Dwelling House) yearly & every year and in the most proper season During
her natural Life. — Also I give to my well Beloved Wife Mary for-ever. All
my Household furniture or Indore Moveables of every sort — Also my Will
is that my Son Francis Newton Shall provide a suffeciancy of Fire wbod at
all times near raid Dwelling House Cut to a seteable length and also bring

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466 NEWTON GENEALOGY

• in B d . wood and make a fire for his mother at all times when She shall Desire
it — Also my Son Francis Shall Provide for his mother a horse with deacent
tacklen for her to Ride to Publick Worship on Lords Days, and other times as
She. Shall desire it while She Lives Also my Will is that my Son Francis Shall
pay all the Taxes and keep the Fences & Buildings in Repare of that part

given or lent to my Wife or Widow and the Use and improvement of Two

Cows, to be kept on his mothers Hay and Grass to be tended with Hay &
drove to pasture & fetch up with his own Cows Also my Will is that if my
Said Wife or Widow be unable to improve the above articles for her comfort-
able support, and Desires to be supported others ways, and Resign the above
farm, then my Son Francis Shall at his own Cost & Charge shall provide for
his mother meat. Drink. Washing. Lodging apparrel. Doctrine and Nursing
suitable to- her age and Surcumstances. and make her Life as Easy & agreeable
as as may be During her natural Life

2b' My Will is as to my son Nahum Newton what I have all ready given him and
half my Wearing apparrel. and one Dollar to be his full part and portion of
my Estate both Real & personal

:!'>' Thirdly I Give and Bequeath to my Son Francis Newton to him his Heirs and
assigns for ever all my Lands and Buildings in Marlborough & Stow Town in the
county of Middlesex to Ennable Him to do and perform faithfully and Deliver
to his mother Mary Newton in the most proper seasons all that is required in
this Will — also my Will is that my Son Francis Shall pay all my Just Debts

which I Shall owe at my Deceas Furthermore I give unto him the Said

Francis to fully to Enable him to do, and pay, all that he is required by this will
to proform All my Live Stock as Horses. Cattels Swine. Sheep & half my
wearing apparrel and all and Everything that I shall Die seized and possessed
off of what name or Nature so-ever tho not perticularly mentioned in this
Will — to fully enable Him to proform al that is required in this Will and to
Bury my body and Likewise my Wifes after Death

4Lv Forthly my Will is as to my Daughter Grace Stow what I have already Given
her and one Dollar paid by my Executor to be her full part of my Estate.

51y Fiftly my Will is as to my Daughter Mary Brooks what I have already Given
her & one Dollar paid by my Executor to be her full part of my Estate Real &
Personal

Giy Sixly my Will is as to my Daughter Lydia Felton what I have already Given
her & one Dollar Paid by my Executor to be her full part of my Estate Real
& Personal

7iy Seventhly My Will is as to my Daughter Lucy Weeks what. I have already
given her & Ten Dollars Paid by my Executor to be her full part of my Estate
Real & Personal

8Lv Eightly my Will is as to my Daughter Thankfull Hunter what I have already
given her & Five Dollars Paid by my Executor to be her full part of my Estate
Real & Personal

J)'y Ninthly my Will is as to my Daughter Dinah Cotton what. I have already
Given her & Ten Dollars Paid by my Executor to be her full part of my Estate
Real & Personal
10'y Tenthly my Will is as to my Daughter Phebe Goodall what I have already
given her & one Dollar Paid by my Executor to be her full part of my Estate
Real & Personal
ll ] y Eleventhly I do hearby Constitute make and ordain Francis Newton of Marl-
borough in the County of Meddlesex yeoman or Labourer the Soul Executer
of this my Last Will and Testament and do hereby utterly Disalow Revoke
and Disanul every other Former Testament Will & Legacies Bequests &
Executor, by me in any ways before named Willed and Bequeathed Ratifying

& Conferming this and no other to be my Last Will and Testament

In Witness whereof I have hearnnto set my hand & Seal the day and year first

above written

Signed Sealed Published pronounced

by the Said Micah Newton as his Last

Will & Testament in the Presence of Us —

his
John How 3 d Micah X Newton [L. S.]

mark
Solomon How
Sam" Stow



BRANCH OF JOSEPH 467

#2
Citation

Middlesex ss. Concord 16 Sept. A. D. 1800

To the Widow, heirs at law & legatees of Micah Newton Lite of Marlborough in said
County gentleman deceased & to all others concerned, Greeting

Whereas a certain instrument, purporting the last Will & Testament of said Deceased
has been filed in the Probate Office in order to be proved : You therefore the said Widow,
heirs & legatees & others concerned, are hereby cited to appear at a Court of Probate
to be held at Concord within & for said County on the second Tuesday in October next
at ten of the clock before noon, there to offer what you may have either for or against
the Probate thereof.

Oliver Prescott J. Prob.
To M r Francis Newton to serve this citation &c

make return hereof with his doings v ^

At 20 pd

In obediance to the within Citation I have cited the Widow. Heirs & legatees & others

concerned, to meet at the time & place as within mentioned

October. 7. 1800 francis Newton

#3
Widow's Certificate, Assent to Probate of Will, etc.
14 Oct 1800
To the Honb u Oliver Prescott Esq? Judd of Proabate in & for the County of Middlesex &c
Where as Micah Newton of Marlborough in the County of Middlesex and State of
Massachusetts Gentleman Deceased testate, in his Last Will and testament Gave &
Bequeath unto Mary Newton his Wife or Widow a Legacy out of his Real Estate for
her maintenance through Life to be paid or rendered to Said Mary, by Francis Newton

Executor of Said Decsd. Last Will & Testament 1 the said Mary Newton Widow

of Said Descd Declare my self satisfied & Content with said Last Will & testament of
said Descd — So long as said Legacy is paid or Rendered to me in the mannar set forth

in said Deed. Last Will : —

But if the Executor to said Will Shall Fail in any part in performing the true intent
of said Deed. Last Will & Testament then I said Mary Newton Do and Shall retain
or reserve my Right of Dower & Power of Thirds in my Late Husband Real Estate as

though said Decsd had not made any Will or testament

Sir. Pleas to annex & record this to the sd Decsd Last Will & testament

Mary Newton

October. 7 1800—
Josiah How.
Abner Goodell.

#4

Probate and Order

Ent Lib 88 p 228 231

On the 14th Oct. 1800. Will was presented for probate by Francis Newton.

John How 3rd & Solomon How made oath as to Seeing the act of signing and having

the declaration of Micah Newton. Etc. & the Judge allowed the will & Committed the

Execution to Francis and required bond & posting Notices Etc.

Oliver Prescott J prob

#5
Executor's Bond
14 Oct 1800
Francis Newton as principal



John How 3rd { „ , . }• all yeomen

Solomon Stow j &urenes f Marlborough

are bound for ($30,000.) Thirty thousand Dollars.
for the performance of the conditions of the trust by
Frances Newton, and he must file Inventory and render
a / c as ordered.

franceis Newton [L. S.l

Daniel Stevens Ju n John Howe 3d [L. S.]

James Winthrop Solomon Howe

#6

Executor Affirmed

Notice 10 Mar 1801— Entd Lib. 88 p 475

francis Newton



408 NEWTON GENEALOGY

#7

Inventory

10 March 1801 Entd Lib 38 p 502

An Inventory of all the Real & Personal Estate of Micah Newton of Marlborough
in the County of Middlesex Gentleman Testate died Seize off.

We the Subscribers being appointed & Impowered by the Judg of Probate in and
for the County of Middlesex to apprize Said Deceased Real and Personal Estate
We proseed as followeth ■ Viz

Wearing Apparrel D C

best Coat & Jacket 5-50 Gray Coat & Jacket 2-50 & Jacket Clarret ash 3.00 . . 11 00
one Coat all wool Clarret Jacket black 2 00 Great Coat 6.00 Camblet Cap

breeches green 1 15 9 15

old Breaches three pare 00.60 Stockings black 0.50 old Stockings 1.10 old

Shooes 00.50 2 70

old Hat 3.00 Black hankerchief 00 30 two cottons Shirts 1.10 two old Ditto 1.00 5 40

one Linen Shirt 1-75— old Sword 1.50 A Box with a Lock 00 25 3 50

Best-feather Bed and its furniture 30 : 00 old Chest with draws 01.25 31 25

Six reed Chears 3 : 00 Twelve old chears 2 : 25 one great Chear 00.75 06 00

one Ovel Tabel & Stand 1-25 — Great Bible 4 : 00 a number of old books &

pamflts 1 : 50 06 75

Fire Slice & Tonges 1 : 00 hand Irons small ditto 1.00 Iron crain two Tramels

hooks 2 : 50 4 50

one Trammel 00 50 warming pan 00.35 two pare of Stilyards 2 : 40 3 25

old hand saw. adds. Iron Square: 3 augars. gouge. 3 Chisels hammer, pinchers.

Shave 2.50 2 50

one broad ax two narrow ditto 1 : 75 broad hoe 00-30 Iron bar-1 : 50 3 55

betle & wedges 00.50 Collor & Iron Traces 1.00 two shovels & dung fork 00.75 2 25

Log Chain one draft ditto 3 : 75 ox yoak Staple & ring 00 30 4 05

old Saddel & a bridel saddles bags 3 : 00 womans Saddle & pillion 3 : 00 6 00

old Cart roap and piggion net 2 : 00 Puter pot & tin Canister 1.00 3 00

Six Silver tea Spoons 3.00 a Quantity of old delf ware 2.00 Seven Chunk

bottols 00.60 5 60

Looking glass 0.40-old Coors Erthen ware 00-75 old coverlid two rag Ditto 2 00 3 15

two old Bed Quilts 3.00 four old Chekd bed Blankets 7.50 10 50

one Feather Bed & ye furniture 20 00 one other Ditto & its furniture 20.00 . . 40 00

one more Ditto & its furniture 9 : 00 old flock bed 1.00 three bed Blankets 6.00 16 00
3 Diaper Table Cloaths 4 :50 Seven Draper Towels 2 : 00 two old table Cloaths

00 : 90 7 40

2 old Towels 00 : 12 four Cotton pillows Cases 2 : 00 four toe Ditto 00 : 75 . . . 2 87

2 Cotton Sheets 4 : 00 : 18 toe Sheets. 26.83 38 83

Wosted Combs and hetchel. 2.00 old Tenant Saw : 00 : 10 2 10

Chest with two draws 2 : 00 two old Chests 1 : 50 Large old Table 00 : 40 3 90

a Number old baskets 2 :00 Iron hooks to make roaps 1 : 40 3 40

Linen Wheel 1 : 00. 4 old meal Bags 1 : 00 two Long bags for Grain 00.75 .... 2 75

Peaces of Sole and upper Leather 1 : 00 old Iron & dubble Tens 00 : 80 1 80

half bushel. & peck & 00 : 50 Tonges & Sliec Flat Irons 1 : 55 2 05

Two Iron pots 2.00 Frying pan 1.00 Small Iron pot 0.50 3 Iron Kettels 2.00 . . 5 50

Tea Kittle & Spider 1.25. 2 Brass Kittels. 6 : 50 : brass ladle. 00 :30 8 05

38 lbs old Puter 8 :00 Tinware our Glass. 1.66. Iron Candle Sticks 00 :16 9 82

2 cases knives & forks 1.40 choping Knife Iron Skimmer 00 65 2 05

woolen wheal 00 : 50 hand Bellowes 00 25 — Two Tables one Square other

round 1 : 25 2 00

Cheas press Churn & milk vessle 3.00 two Cyders Tubs. 1 : 00 4 00

one Box & morter 00 :50 Weaver Loom and its Furniture 4 : 00 4 50

Four meat Tubs 3 : 00 one Chees Barrel one Viniger Barrel 3 : 00 6 00

Rum Cagg & a number Dry casks 1 :50 old Plows : 1 : 75 3 25

Cart and Wheals 7 : 00 Grind Stone 00.50 : 2 water pailes 00.20 7 70

Live Stock

Fat Swine 940"J w. 65.00. 2 Store pigs 11=00 76—00

9 Sheep. 20.00=Oxon. 52 : 00 one Stear 3 past 22 : 00 one Stear one past. 10 : 00 104 00

one heifer. 1 past 7 : 00 2 Calves 9 : 50 4 Cows 15 : 00 Each 60 : 00 076 50

Produce of the Deceased Farm in AD. 1800

50 bushel Indian Corn 33 : 33. 13 bushel Rie 5 Ditto Barley 16 :33 049 60

35 bushel potaters 8:75 two ditto Turnops 00:40 11 Barrels full of Cyder

30.00 039 15



BRANCH OF JOSEPH 469

English hay Seven Tun 70 : 00 Fresh hay 13 Tun. 86.00 156 00

795 38
Real Estate

Home Lot with the Buildings theiron Eighty two acres apprized at 2192 00

Wit lot. also Bush Lots 32 acres in the Town of Stow 0128 00

Also Harry medow Lot in Marlborough 80 00

All Bounded as was bounded to Said Deceased by Deeds or Plans



total of the Real Estate 2,400
Samii Stow']
Josiah How }■ apprizers
Abner Goodell J
Marlborough November 24 1800

Middlesex ss Concord in Probate Court 10 March 1801

Francis Newton the Execur. having made oath to this Inventory before me I order that

it be recorded

Oliver Prescott J. prob
Commonwealth ) Middlese x ss .
of Massachusetts )

To Deacon Samuel Stow Deacon Josiah How & Deacon Abner Goodale all of
Marlborough, in the said County Greeting.
You are hereby appointed and impowered to take an Inventory of, and (according to
your best Skill and Judgment) truly and justly to apprize (in Lawful Money of this
Commonwealth) all the Estate whereof. Micah Newton Gentleman late of Marlborough
deceased, died seized, in the aforesaid County ; and you are to make Return of this
Warrant, with your doings thereon, unto the Probate-Office, in the same County, within
three Months from the Date hereof.

Given under my Hand this fourteenth day of October A. D. 1800.

Oliver Prescott. J. Prob.
Deacon Stow was sworn before me

O. Prescott. J Prob.

CHILDREN.

4323. i. Grace*, b. June 12, 1746 ; d. at Marlborough, May 24, 1824, aged 78, G. S. ;

m. at Marlborough, June 4, 1766, John Stow, Jr., son of John and Eliza-
beth (Brigham) Stow* of Marlborough, where he was born Nov. 17.
1740. They resided at Marlborough, where "they lived in the married
state 58 years"; where their children were born; and where he died
Feb. 18, 1828, aged 87. G. S. Their children were :

4335. 1. Elizabeth" Stow, b. July 17, 1767; d. 1835; m. 1785, William Howe.

4336. 2. William 6 Stoic (Capt..), b. March 23, 1773; d. 1808; m. 1796, Phebe

Morse.

4337. 3. Mary" Stow, b. May 27, 1780 ; living 1802 ; m. 1804, Daniel Williams.

4338. 4. Sarah" Stow, b. Feb. 16, 1783; d. ; m. 1802, Solomon Howe;

res. Berlin.

4324. ii. Mary 5 , b. Oct. 11, 1747 ; m. at Marlborough, Dec. 24, 1767, C. R. Nathaniel

Brooks.

4325. iii. Lydia 6 , b. Nov. 27, 1749 ; d. at Marlborough, Dec. 29, 1834, aged 85, G. S. ;

m. at Marlborough, Sept. 15, 1774, Archelaus Felton (2d wife), perhaps
son of Samuel and Grace (Goodale) Felton, t born about 1740; died
March 30, 1825, aged 85, G. S., at Marlborough, where the family resided.
He was a soldier of the French War; for a long period he was an



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