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Text:"...12 A GENEALOGICAL MEMOIR OF THE Mr. Fowler died in 1660. His will presented in 1661, to the General Court of the Colony, by his son WilliamFowler, was not recorded and cannot be found. He..."
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Text:"...GENEALOGICAL MEMOIR OP THE DESCENDANTS OF CAPT. WILLIAMFOWLER. apt. tDilliam Sowltt, the son of William^ Fowler, the magistrate, did not participate with his father in the settle- ment of Milford..."
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Text:"...DESCENDANTS OF CAPT WILLIAMFOWLER. 11 as a Court to punish any offence and misdemeanor, and to admit inhabitants, and divide lands. At the second General Court, in Milford, held March 9th, 1640..."
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Text:"... pillars. - Mr. Peter Prudden, Pastor. Mr. Fowler was elected magistrate, and reappointed yearly to 1654. The deed of Milford was given to WilliamFowler, Edmund Tapp, Zachariah Whitman and Alexander Bryan..."
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Text:"..., of Hadlyme, where she d. July, 1832, and he 21st November, 1838, aged 88. Of eight children, four lived to adult age, viz: Rev. WilliamFowler Vaill, of Illinois ; Mrs. Sarah Norcross, of Monson, Mass.; Rev..."
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Text:"...DESCENDANTS OF CAPT. WILLIAMFOWLER. 37 partly got him down, while he begged his friends to get a club and kill the bear, but, like fixed statues, they remained insensible to his entreaties..."
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Text:"...DESCENDANTS OF CAPT- WILLIAMFOWLER. 21 (63) III. Joseph B.,* b. 28th September, 1749, m. Sarah Baldwin, 28th November, 1771, and had, at Coventry, Lavina^ Silas B,^ b. isth May, 1774. (64) IV. Sarah..."
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Text:"...DESCENDANTS OF CAPT. WILLIAMFOWLER. 27 (135) III. Elizabeth/ b. 2 2d October, 1786, d. 1806. (136) IV. Electa/ b. 16th October, 1788, d. 1848. (137) V liUciNDA,^ b. 29th March, 1792, d. same year..."
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Text:"... pamphlet relating to the descendants of Captain WilliamFowler, which the writer supposes to be but a reprint from the New England Historical and Genealogical Register of July, 1857. To this has been added..."
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Text:"...GENEALOGICAL MEMOIR DESCENDANTS IF Capt. WilliamFowler, NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT, /^ BEPRINTED WITH ADDITIONS, FROM MEMOIRS OF HON. JAMES FO FIELD, MASS., AND FROM THE NEW ENGLAND IIISTORJ^CAL AJJD..."
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Text:"..., and Catharine (Chauncey) Fowler, is a graduate of Yale College. His two sons Charies 0. Fowler and WilliamW. Fowler, graduated at Amherst Collie. Chauncey M. Hand and Charles F. Hand, sons of Catharine (Fowler..."
Date:Between 1662 and 1866
Place:Connecticut, USA
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Text:"...DESCENDANTS OF CAPT. WILLIAMFOWLER. 88 days after, in hospital, at Gallatin, Tenn, Their demise overwhelmed their aged parents with sorrow, and taught all who witnessed it, how vastly great..."
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Text:"...DESCENDANTS OF CAPT WILLIAMFOWLER. 25 present thriving cities of Central New York. He m. Miriam (Sterling), the widow of Reuben Warner, and d. 27th April, 1813, his widow surviving him to 1843..."
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Text:"...DESCENDANTS OF CAPT. WILLIAMFOWLER. 39 The bear story is a free-masons sign, by which all his descendants identify each other. And what confirms our hereditary doctrine is, that these descendants..."
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Text:"...DESCENDANTS OF CAPT. WILLIAMFOWLER. what he believes to be, their correct lineage for eight generations, and hopes that they will take as much pleasure in its perusal, as he has taken in compiling..."
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Text:"...DESCENDANTS OF CAPT. WILLIAMFOWLER. liberty and purity of the Gospel, and the discipline of the Churches, according to its institution. * * * jj declared all to be freemen who had been received..."