|Envelope, (with letters) Letter to Seymour Lowman September 27, 1912, from Merrill Ward, Norway, Maine, Born Guilford, Vermont, January 27, 1871. In tracing ancestors a Johnathan Powers of Lancaster, Massachusetts was a Revolutionary War Soldier. Document, Genealogy of John Lowman's Family, June 20, 1832 - March 7, 1881. Document, Preliminary Application Blank.||Envelope||08||02||03|
|Memo, Captain Amos Smith died September 19, 1814 age 56, Anne Smith (1st) died March 19, 1801, age 42, Mary Smith (2nd) died December 1, 1853.||Memo||08||02||04|
|Letters, To Kettie from Aunt Lena.||Letters||08||02||05|
|Memo, Jacob born October 11, 1769 died February 5, 1840 married
Huldah Bosworth 1792. Elizabeth born October 11, 1769 died ??.
William born June 18, 1772 died December 13, 1832. Esther born
October 19, 1773 died November 22, 1830. Mary born ? died ?.
Georg born May 4, 1781 died May 18, 1848. Catherine born April 2, 1784 died ?. John born September 25, 1786, died ?. Martin born January 14, 1794, died January 13, 1862. ||Memo||08||02||06|
|Memo, John Smith, Deacon Iseral Smith Jr. had ten children, the oldest daughter President Hayes Grandmother. Records gives the name Iseral Smith Captain 2nd Regiment. ||Memo||08||02||07|
|Document, Empire State Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. Aplication For Membership of Seymour Lowman decendant
of Samuel Bixby and John Jenkins. June 21, 1906.||Document||08||02||08|
|Letter, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Lowman From Mrs E.A. Fear, sending a copy of the paper that admitted eight of us into the Daughter
of the American Revolution.||Letter||08||02||09|
|Card, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Washington, D. C. Mrs. Kate Harding Lowman, your application for membership was accepted by the Board December 5, 1905. Respectfully Yours Mary Desha.||Card||08||02||10|
|Letter, March 15, 1910 To Seymour Lowman from Willard G. Bixby.
Giving him information on his Grandfather. Samuel Bixby birth 1740 in Princeton, Massachusetts died 1820 at Bainbridge, New York, Wife Hannah Powers born Lancaster, Massachusetts January 10, 1729, died 1819, Bainbridge, New York.||Letter||08||02||11|
|Letter, To Seymour Lowman from Merrill C. Ward, Norway, Maine, October 4, 1912. Asking information on the Powers Family. His grandfather Henry Ward son of Henry and Priscilla (Bixby) married Eliza E. Houghton her great grandfather was James Houghton born 1690 at Lancaster, Massachusetts, married Sarah Sawyer. The father of James Houghton was named James Houghton born in Charlestown or Woburn, Massachusetts 1650 or 1651 married Mary Sawyer born Lancaster, Massachusetts February 14, 1653. The elder James Houghton was son of Ralph the emigrant.||Letter||08||02||12|
|Document. Children of the American Revolution, Aplication For Membership the right of lineal descent in the folling line. Samuel Wilcox born March 9, 1720||Document||08||02||13|
|Memo. Early settlers, The Founders of Bainbridge, Short Sketch of the First Streets, January 12, 1789.||Memo||08||02||14|
|Document, Salisbury Genealogy American Branch. Gideon born 1763, Joseph born 1769,Priscella born about 1774, and Sally born 1777.
Children Gideon and Priscilla Shaw Salisbury. GideonS. bornApril 22, 1757||Document||08||02||15|
|Document, Record and ||Document||08||02||16|
|Document, Record and Pension Office, War Department , Washington
City, March 20, 1897. To Dr. Homer L. Law, U. S. N. No record has been found in this office of a Samuel Bixby who served as a paymaster during the War of the Revolution.||Document||08||02||16|
|Letter, To Mr. Seymour Lowman from B. E. Lowman, Thatcher Glass
Manufacturing Company, January 12, 1933. Genealogy on the Lowman Family.||Letter||08||02||17|
|Letter,(Photostat) to Mr. Jacob Lowman from Daniel E. Brown, Painted Post November 7, 1832.||Letter||08||02||18|
|Letter, December 15, 1926, to Goodspeed's Book Shop, 9 A Ashburton Place, Boston, Massachusetts. Books ordered by unidentified person. to be sent by express to 312 Railroad Avenue
Elmira, New York.
|Letter, To Mr. Seymour Lowman from E. A. Thomas, April 23, 1936.
Genealogy on the Lowman Family.||Letter||08||02||20|
|Document, State of Vermont, August 21, 1897, Certify soldiers
serving in the Revolationary War, Samuel Bixby served as a sergeant from August 29 to September 23, 1777, and paid for26 days service, 2 pounds, 3 shillings, 4 pence. T. S. Peck, Adjinant General.||Document||08||02||21|
|Document. Ballou Genealogy of Providence, Rhode Ialand. Maturin
Ballou first on record in 1646, he subscribed his name Mathuirz ?
Ballou, but decendents resolved it in to Maturin. Another Tradition and held most sacred, that the Ballow's were Hugenots
Maturin Ballow(no. 1.) first of the Ballow in America he died about 1668, birth not known. The fifth descent James Ballow, his daughter Eliza was the mother of President Garfield. Phebe Ballow married Perserved Harrington, direct descent of Lillis Harrington Lowman. Mrs. Phebe Ballow Harrington died Noivember 2, 1865, aged 95 years 19 days. Mother in law to George Lowman.||Document||08||02||22|
|Document, Genealogy on Seymour Lowman, he was born on a farm in the town of Chemung October 7, 1868.||Document||08||02||23|
|Document, Obituary Jacob Lowman, born December 5, 1817 died April 9, 1891. Copy of notice which appeared in the Elmira Telegram.||Document||08||02||24|
|Envelope, to Seymour Lowman, Wayside Lane, Lowman Road, Elmira, New York. From A. E. Thomas, Box 1100, Los Angeles, California.
May 14, 1936.||Envelope||08||02||25|
|Document, Genealogy of the Lowman Family, 1818 - 1889.||Document||08||02||26|