|Note, Jacob Lowman Granted Guy Maxwell, John Spaulding. Lot 12 Maxwell to Jacob Lowman.||Note||01||02||76|
|Note, Isasc Baldwin Senior to Isasc Junior Lot 127. John Spaulding Lot 19 to Jacob Lowman 1802. and Map.||Note ||01||02||77|
|Letter to Seymour Lowman from Gertrude S. R. Thayer, February 17, 1934, information on Guilford, Vermount. Priscilla Bixby married Henry Ward buried at Guilford Center. She would like to know if he knows Doctor Harris Ayers Houghton of New York City was born in Elmira, He descends from John Houghton who died in Guilford Vermount 1826. Priscilla Bixby who married Henry Ward. Did you know Doctor Harris Ayers Houghton born in Elmira, New York? Henry P. Davison who was head of The Red Cross in World War
was he a descendant of Sybyl Bixby who married Edward Davison?
E. T. Davison who was assistant treasurer under President Hoover
was he the son of Henry P. Davison and a descendant of Samuel Bixby and Sybyl Bixby. Samuel Bixby wife Hannah Powers born January 10, 1739 in Lancaster, Massachusetts daughter of Jonathan and Hannah (Sawyer) Powers of Lancaster, Massachusetts.
Joanthan Powers was soldier in the Revolutionary War.
|Letter, Mr. Lowman from Katherine V. D. Latterlee, June 16, 1939.
Isasc Baldwin who helped settle village of Lowman was a grandfather of the Isasc Baldwin who married Alice Dunn. William Dunn who kept the Road House or "Cavern". Davis Street was named after his Great grandfather and John Davis. ||Letter||01||02||79|
|Letter, To G. S. Richmond Thayer, 14 Brook Street Battleboro, Vermont February 21, 1934. F. Trubee Davison was assistant of war under President Hoover, son of Henry P. Davison, head of the Red Cross during The World War. Henry P. Davison descendant of
Edward and Sybyl Davison. After Edward died Sybyl married Edward Evans from Guilford.||Letter||01||02||79|
|Note, Eleanor? born November 3, 1881 died September 5, 1931.
Mary Elizabth Copley born October 19, 1914. Seymour Lowman elected county clerk 1918 - 1923, assemblyman 1924- 1926. Offical title Marine Midland Bank Secretary.||Note||01||02||80|
|Note, List of foreigners imported in the ship American Galley, William Wilson Captain, from Rotterdam September 27, 1746. Among
others was John Landin Lowman and Martin Lowman.||Note||01||02||80|
|Note, List of Foreigners imported in the ship Muscliffe Galley, George Durell Commander from Rotterdam, December 22, 1744. Among others was Samuel Konig, Christian Konig and Jacob Konig.||Note||01||02||81|
|Note, Steuben House Ingersall Rand William Willis June 1816 to November 1816.||Note||01||02||82|
|Letter, The land on the Susquehanna River after 1768 was called
The The Old Frontier of the Province of New York.
James Seeley of Millerton a brother Welling Seeley must have been a cousin of Albert who was a son of James Seeley his wife Martha ???, a half sister to Sarah Wilson was wife to George Wilson.||Letter||01||02||83|
|Document. Bixby Genealogy, Joseph Bixby The Emigrant, born in
Little Waldingfield, Suffolk, England in 1620. He died April 19,
1701 at Boxford, Massachusetts, married Sarah, daughter of John
Wyatt of Ipswich, Massachusetts October 15, 1647, died in Boxford, Massachusetts in 1703. They had nine children. First generation Joseph born 1648. Daniel Bixby second child of Joseph and Sarah (Wyatt) Bixby born September 18, 1675, died at Andover, Massachusetts 1717. Married Hannah Chandler, December 2, 1674, died Andover, Massachusetts, November 20, 1730. They had nine children. Thrid generation Mephibosheth Bixby seventh child of Daniel and Hannah (Chandler) Bixby was born April 3, 1690, died March 20, 1767 in Winchendon, Massachusetts. Married May 28, 1713 to Mary Emmons born November 26, 1683.Was the daughter of Mary Hancock same family of John Hancock the singer of the Declaration of Independence. They had seven children. Fourth Generation Samuel Bixy third child of Mehibosheth and Mary (Emmons) Bixby born at Boylston, Massachusetts, married Mary Buck of Woburn, Massachusetts, November 1737, they had seven children. Fifth generation Samuel Bixby first child of Samuel and Mary (Buck) Bixby was born at Shrewbury, Massachusetts, in 1740 died at Bainbridge, New York in 1820, married Hannah Powers March 4, 1762 at Lancaster, Massachusetts.
Hannah (Powers) Bixby born in Lancaster, Masschusetts January 10, 1739 died Brainbridge, New York 1819. Samuel Bixby was a Revolutionary Soldier they had six children. Sixth generation Samuel Bixby Fifth child of Samuel and Hannah (Powers) Bixby born at Guilford, Vermont January 25, 1774 and died at Brainbridge, New York July 23, 1857 married Lois Moss, January 23, 1800 at Cheshire, Connecticut, Lois Moss bornOctober 2, 1776
at Cheshire, Connecticut died April 2, 1852 at Brainbridge, New York, they had eight children. Her father a Lieutenant in the Revolation. Seventh generation, Samuel Bixby, first child of Samuel and Lois (Moss) Bixby was born at Bainbridge, New York February 11, 1803 and died there in June 3, 1889 his first wife Abigail Reynolds, they married at Bainbridge, New York 1831 she died Mahoopany, Pennsylvania in 1834, two children Francis born at Bainbridge, New York 1832 died in soldier prison camp at Columbus, Ohio during Cival War a Confederate soldier. Samuel, born in Mahoopany, Pennsylvania 1834, died in infancy. Second marriage to Lydia Purington at Windham, Pennsylvania February, 7, 1836 two children. He and second wife were buried in Greenlawn
Cementery at Bainbridge, New York. The eighth generation Fanny S. Bixby, Second child of Samuel and Lydia (Purington) Bixby, was born at Bianbridge, New York May 25, 1840 and died at Sayre, Pennsylvania July 12, 1925. She married John Lowman of Lowman, New York September 7, 1864, John Lowman died at Bainbridge, New York August 9, 1884 was born at Lowman, New York June 20, 1832, they had seven children. Fanny was left a widow with seven childern. Ninth Generation, Seymour Lowman second child Fanny Bixby Lowman, was born at Lowman, New York October 7, 1868, married Kate H. Smith September 7, 1893 of Pittsfield, Massachusets, at Bainbridge, they had six children. Seymour Lowman Attorney and Counselor at law in 1891. He was elected State Senator three terms 1919 to 1924. Lieutenant Governor 1925 - 1926. ||Document||01||03||01|
|Document, The Powers Family First Generation, Walter Powers, born born 1639 died February 22, 1708; married March 11, 1661 to Trial born February 10, 1641, daughter of Deacon Ralph ands Thanks Shepard they had nine childen. Walter Powers, first family
to come to this country was an Englishman, supposed to come from Essex, England settled Town of Littleton, Massachusetts. The inhabitants of the United States the name Powers desended from this ancestor. Second generation, Daniel Powers born May 10, 1669 married first April 8, 1702 to Elizabeth daughter of Jonathan Whitcomb second marriage to Martha Bates. Daniel and Elizabeth Powers had five children. His second wife Martha (Bates) Powers had four children. Third Generation, Jonathan Powers son of Daniel Powers born 1704 and married Hannah Sawyer they lived in Lancaster, Massachusetts. They had nine children.
Jonathan Powers was a soldier In the Old French War. 1755 they marched under Colonel Joseph Blanchard against the French Forts
at Crown Point of Lake Champlain. He enlisted for the Revolution
in 1775 and was in the engagememt at Bunker Hill.Fourth Generation, Hannah Powers, daughter of Jonathan and Hannah (Sawyer) Powers born January 10, 1739, married March 4, 1782 to Samuel Bixby. She died at Bainbridge, New York in 1819, they moved from Guilford, Vermount to Brainbridge in 1790. They had six childern.They were among the early settlers of Chenago County , New York. Walter Powers has many noted descendants, Hiram Powers the Sculptor and Abigail Powers wife of Millard Fillmore the Thirteenth President.||Document||01||04||01|
|Document. First Generation John Moss earliest settlers of the New Haven Colony in Connecticut, he was chosen commissioner and re-elected for Wallingford eighteen times. John Moss died in Wallingford 1707 and said he was 103 years old. Which makes his birth 1603. He was an Englishman by birth, The date of his arrival to Amierica is unknown but probably in 1638. The date and death of his wife is unknown. Her name was Goddy Charles. They had eleven children. Second Generation John Moss Jr., eighth child of John Moss Sr. born in New Haven, Connecticut, October 12, 1650, among first settlers in Wallingford. He married December 12, 1676 Martha, daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth (Soudder) Lothrop, who was born January 1657 and died September 21, 1719. John died March 31, 1719 the time of his death the settlement of his estate he had over five acres of land. They had eight children. Third Generation , tenth child of John and Martha (Lothrop) Moss was born in Wallingford, Connecticut, February 10, 1702. He married Abigail the daughter of Joseph and Abigail,(Royce) Cole, who was born July 13, 1699.
They lived in Wallingford, Connecticut the date of there death are unknown. Fourth Generation, Captain Titus, sixth child of Benjamin and Abigail (Cole) Moss, was born in Wallingford, May 16, 1738. He enlisted in the Revolutionary War and served as Lieutenant under Colonel Charles Webb's Regiment. ||Document||01||04||02|
|Document, Seymour Lowman of pioneer stock one of seven childern
was born October 7, 1878 on a farm near Chemung, New York. After the death of his father the family moved to Bainridge, New York
age 17 he graduated from the academy there, after teaching for two years he decided to become lawyer. He became interested in various business enterprises and gave up the practice of law.||Document||01||05||01|
|Document, Seymour Lowman a descendant of pioneer stock born on a farm near Chemung, New York October 7, 1868. After teaching for two years he decided to become a lawyer. He was admitted to the Bar in 1891. He practiced law until 1910, became interested in various business enterprises gave up the practice of law. President of Lowman Construction Corporation. Buildings erected by Lowman Elmira College, St. Joseph's Hospial, Steel Memorial Library and others. President of the United States Cut Flowers
Company. His Political interest involved him in local, state and national levels. First public office city Chamberlain of Elmira
1900 - 1907. Assembly 1909 - 1910. In 1924 Mr Lowman one year Republican Party for Lieutenant Governor. As Assistant Secretary
he served under Three Presidents, Coolidge, Hoover and Franklin Roosevelt. Resigned from the Treasury Department came to Elmira
1933 to become president of The Elmira Saving Bank until death age 71 in 1940.||Document||01||05||01|
|Newspaper clipping, Lowman Traces History of Section at Painted Post Marker Ceremony; Commemorates Indians Meeting Place.The marker commemorates Painted Post as an important historical point and rests upon the site once occupied by the Indians painted post, located near the river , from which this village derives its name. We of this region are celebrating the 150th anniversary of important events that took place here. The American Independence was on. It was the back door through which the British and the Indians allies were harrassing the American Colonies. The activities of the enemy finally culminated in the massacre at Wyoming, Pennsylvania. General Washington as a military necessity sent General Sullivan and his army into Western New York to put down the British and the Indians. Lieutenant John Jenkins a descendant of a family who suffered at Wyoming at the hands of the real Indians. ||Newspaper Clipping||01||05||02|
|Newspaper clipping, Lowman Farm Has Remained In Same Family 145 Years. August 21, 1938. The Home was built by Lebbeus Tubbs, pioneer settler. First deed of the property dated May 21, 1790. Mr Lowman sold half to Wilkes Jenkins of Lowman and Half to Lebbeus Tubbs of Wellsburg, a great great grandaughter of Jenkins, Mrs Elmer Baldwin still resides on the Jenkins grant. Mr. Lowman bought his section from Mrs Helen Tubbs Richards a direct descendant of Lebbues and since Mr. Lowman is a cousin, the land has remained in the family for approximately 145 years.||Newspaper Clipping||01||05||04|
|Letter, To Honorable Seymour Lowman from Peter Nelson. May 5, 1927. Such a marker of United States standard bronze of standard thickness should cost about $100. to $125. Colonel Pickering and the Indians and the relations of the treaties at Athens, Elmira and Canandaigua. These places have been marked and it is entirely
right that Elmira too should place a marker for the treaty made there in 1791.||Letter||01||05||05|
|Envelope, To J. T. Trippe, Esq., President. Pan American Airways, Inc., 122, East 42nd Street, New York. from Per First Flight Air Mail, British Guiana by Air Mail six cent and a one cent stamp||Envelope||01||06||01|
|Envelope, To J. T. Trippe, President, Pan American Airways, New York. Air Mail Antigua to United States America, September 26, 1929.||Envelope||01||06||02|
|Envelope, To Honorable Seymour Lowman C/0 Mr. D. C. Flynn, Pan American Airways, Inc., Maturin, Venezuela. Post Mark February 1931, From Miami stamped First Flight Air Mail F. A. M. Routes 6 & 5 Maturin, Venezuela, completing The Lindbergh Circle. Letter, To Mr. Lowman enclosed the envelope from E. D. Nagle to add to his collection.
Letter from E. D. Nagle
||Envelope and Letter||01||06||03|
|Envelope, To Honorable Seymour Lowman C/O Pickerell & Company, Para, Brazil. P.O. Stamp Washington D. C. November 8, 1930. Par Avion by Air Mail from Miami. Stamp First Flight Air Mail to French Guiana and Brazil.||Envelope||01||06||04|
|Envelope, to Mr. A. H. Lowman of the United States Cut Flower Company, Elmira, New York, U. S. A. from JAC. Maarse Gzn. Costeinderweg 131, Aalsmeer-Holland.Pre Luchtpost Par Avon. May 22. 2 cent marked Nederlands.||Envelope||01||06||05|
|Envelope, to William P. McCracken Jr., New Yory, Rei & Buenes Aires Line Inc., 929 Graybar Building, 420 Lexington Ave., New York City. From NYRBA DO BRAZIL S. A. Edificio Guinle, Avenida Rio Branco.137, Rio De Janeiro||Envelope||01||06||06|
|Envelope. To Honorable Seymour Lowman, C/O Mr. Eric Schroeder, Pan American Airways, Inc., San Lorenzo, Honduras, Central American. Pan Avion by Air Mail. From Brownsville Air Mail First Flight International F. A. M. 6 Brownsville, San Lorenzo. P. O. Stamp Washington D. C. January 10, 1930. Stamp Admon Correos, San Lorenzo ??.||Envelope||01||06||07|