Lamoille County VT

Biographical Sketch of William Moody

William Moody, born in Barnstead, Conn. ), came to Stowe with his father, Philip, the third family to settle in the town. He resided here until his death, of smallpox, in December, 1856, aged sixty-four years. His son, Orrin, spent seven years in the gold diggings of California, and now resides on road 50.

Biographical Sketch of Elisha Dodge

Elisha Dodge, from New Boston, N. H., immigrated to Johnson in 1799, and located on road 11, where he resided a number of years. He reared a family of eleven children, six of whom are now living, three in this town.

Civil War Soldiers from Elmore, Lamoille County, Vermont

During the late civil war Elmore furnished sixty-four soldiers as follows: Stephen C. Albee David P. Barnes Jos. Bashaw Henry J. Bagley John P. Bedell Wm. Biscomer, May 20,’64, died of wounds Lewis Belville, deserted, Jan. 1,’63 Albert J. Biddell, prisoner June 23,’64 Clesson Cameron Lyman L. Camp Charles Carter, deserted Dec. 18, ’62 W. …

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Biographical Sketch of Amos Page

Amos Page, from Massachusetts, was an early settler in Waterville. He located in the eastern part, where he died in 1840, aged eighty-four years. His family consisted of four sons, one of whom, Aaron D., settled in Waterville. Several of Amos’s descendants now reside in the town.

Biographical Sketch of Levi Wiswell

Levi Wiswell came to this town, from Townsend, Vt., in 1817, and located upon the farm now owned by Volney Gilmore. He subsequently removed to Westminster, where he died, in 1865. He has two sons living here, Orra, born in 1805, and Samuel, born in 1809.

Biographical Sketch of John Wood

John Wood, from Massachusetts, came here in 1792, and located upon the farm now owned by his grandson, Hiram. David, the second of his four children, born in 1781, resided here until his death. Hiram, the third of his eight children, born in 1814, has always resided on the old homestead.

Biographical Sketch of Dexter Parker

Dexter Parker came to Stowe from Pelham, Mass., at an early day, and remained here until his death, which occurred on the farm now occupied by his grandson, Charles B., with his mother and sister. Dexter A. L. Parker, son of Dexter, born in Stowe, died here in 1871, aged fifty-two years.

Biographical Sketch of Benjamin Cleveland

Benjamin Cleveland came to Hyde Park, from Woodstock, Vt., about 1801, and located upon the farm now owned by A. Cowen, on road 4. For his first wife he married Sally Bruce, by whom he had two sons, Lysander and Orange. For his second wife, he married Rebecca Slocum, by whom he had ten children.

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