3. STEPHEN (Stephen = Leah B. Remington), b. in Hing. 1823. m., Nancy Remington, dau. of Martin and Nancy (Totman) Remington. She was b. 1826. Stephen and his fam. removed to Quincy.
|i.||EBEN DOW, 1843.|
|ii.||HORACE W., 1847.|
|iii.||CHLOE, D., 1850. m. Apr. 10, 1870, Zebulon Strong, Jr., of Quincy.|
|iv.||A SON, .|
|v.||FLORENCE, 1865, d. at Quincy, 2 May, 1868, æt 3d yr.|
|And prob. others.|
4. CHARLES R. (Stephen = Leah B. Remington), b. in Hing. 1829. m. Oct. 15, 1852, Mary E. Newcomb, dau. of Jacob and Eliza (Stodder) Newcomb. She was b. in Hing. 1831. Resides on Fort Hill St.
|i.||CHARLES H., 1853. m. at Quincy, Oct. 3, 1885, Mrs. Sarah E. Everett.|
|ii.||ELMA FRANCES, 1856, d. 12 Oct. 1857.|
|iii.||JAMES, 1858, d. 11 Sept. 1858, æt 9 mo's.|
|iv.||NELLIE F., 1860, d. 21 Oct. 1860.|
|vi.||GEORGE ELMER, Aug. 30, 1871, d. 27 Jan. foll.|
5. WILLIAM H. (Stephen = Leah B. Remington), b. in Hing. 1836. m. Nov. 20, 1869, Ellen E. Tower(?) (Morse) of Coh.
Ch., b. in Hing.,
|i.||WILLIAM, 1870, d. 29 Oct. 1881, æt. 11 yrs.|
|ii.||ANDREW JACKSON, May 13, 1872.|
JOSEPH (a decendant of Thomas, and s. of Ebenezer of Scit., and Wey.), married in Hing. May 8, 1831, Lucy Burrell, dau. of Stephen and Clarissa (Dyer) Burrell of Hing. Joseph resides at Ea. Wey., and has retired from active business. He was formerly engaged extensively in the manuf. of shoes.
Ch., b. in Hing.,
|i.||CLARISSA, . m. Avery Howe of Wey.|
|ii.||ELIZABETH JONES, .|
|Other ch. were b. at Wey.|
NOTE. Stephen, m. Feb. 15, 1798, Lydia Robinson. Ebenezer, of Scit., m. Jan. 16, 1809, Hannah Binney of Hull. Nancy, m. May 2, 1824, Martin Remington. James A., resides on French St. Ann Maria, of Bath, Me., m. Oliver Todd, and d. in Hing. 11 Sept. 1881, æt. 35th yr.
[Thanks to Lisa Whiting for transcribing the Tower family]
1. JOHN, s. of Robert and Dorothy (Damon) Tower, and bt. in Hing., Eng., May 17, 1609, became a resident of our Hing., 1637. He was made freeman 13 March, 1638-39. In his deposition concerning the highway near the residences of John Foulsham and Matthew Hawke, 9 Jan. 1676-77, and recorded in the selectmen's first book of rec's, his age is given at "about 69 years." The year of his birth, therefore, was not far from 1608, which coincides very nearly with the date of his baptism. Upon his arrival in Hing. he had a grant of three acres of land for a house-lot on Bachelor (Main) St., nearly opp. what is now Water St. He also had other lands granted
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