Surname: Watts

Biographical Sketch of Daniel Watts

Daniel Watts, born in Warwick, Mass., came to Stowe about the year 1800. He had a family of nine children, Charles R., Caroline, widow of C. S. Hodge, and Chandler, reside in Stowe, and Fanny, the wife of Charles Conant, resides in the State of Michigan. Chandler Watts, 2d, born here March 1, 1839, enlisted in the Union army, Co. E, 11th Vt., or 1st Heavy Artillery, August 7, 1862, was promoted corporal, then sergeant, and finally regimental commissary sergeant, which office he retained until the close of the war, when he returned to his farm, on road 46. He

Biographical Sketch of Eugene O. Watts

EUGENE O. WATTS was born in Montgomery County, Tenn., November 11, 1848, and removed with his parents to Todd County, Ky., in infancy, where he has continued to reside. He is the son of Charles G. Watts, who was born in Todd County in 1818, where he died in 1879, and Caroline E., daughter of Dabney and Agnes (Walton) Smith, his wife, who was born in Virginia. Their children are: Alice A., Eudora A. (Sladyen), Eugene O., Thomas D., Charles II., George W., Frank W., Walter L. and Carrie E. Eugene O. was married in 1871 to Miss Emma H.

Biographical Sketch of George W. Watts

GEORGE W. WATTS, farmer, was born November 19, 1855, in Todd County, Ky., where he grew to manhood, and is still residing. He is the son of Charles G. and Caroline E. (Smith) Watts, of this county. In youth George W. procured a fair business education, and is a reader of books and current news. On January 24, 1883, he was married to Miss Mary E., daughter of David and Mary (Rollow) Dickerson, of an old Virginia family, now residing in Montgomery County, Tenn. Mr. Watts is a neat and tasty farmer, engaged in the successful cultivation of corn, wheat