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Biographical review ... containing life sketches of leading citizens of Worcester County, Massachusettes

Biographical review ... containing life sketches of leading citizens of Worcester County, Massachusettes

Source : Internet Archive

Biographical review ... containing life sketches of leading citizens of Worcester County, Massachusettes

Biographical review ... containing life sketches of leading citizens of Worcester County, Massachusettes

Source : Internet Archive

Results : TOWNE


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1823, son of Thomas W. and Lydia (Towne) Comee. His parents were natives of Dana. His grandfather, Ezra


Page 443

1839, was a daughter of Benjamin and Sarah (Burt) Towne. Her father, who was a farmer, died in 1844, at


Page 443

August 28, 1856, son of Samuel and Emily N. (Towne) Ellis. His grandfather, William Ellis, who was a native and


Page 470

i, 1855. He subsequently married Eliza Towne, with whom he still lives in Hardwick, on a farm that he owns


Page 940

Rider, of Charlton, daughter of Isaiah and Pamelia (Towne) Rider and a representative of an old and highly reputable family


Page 940

was a grand-daughter of General Salem Towne, who served as an ofificer in the Continental army during the Revolutionary War.


Page 980

Charlton, Mass., a daughter of Andrew and Clarentine (Towne) Marcy, but was bred and educated in Worcester.


Page 1,105

November 4, 1851, who married Clarence Towne, of Rindge, and has two children- Archie and Lena. The mother resides in


Page 1,118

She was the daughter of William Towne, a Revolutionary soldier, who died at the age of ninety. Her mother's family


Page 1,118

William Towne Shumway received his education in the public schools of his native town and