New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 2 (1848), p. In July, that year, performed good service for the famous Captain Church. 334.~Andrew Low, (-1670) married Joan Allen, widow of Henry Peck.
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409._____ Low, buried 9-20-1732, child of __________. His ancestors had been natives of Massachusetts, the founder of the American line, Thomas LOW, having settled in Massachusetts Bay in the first half of the seventeenth century. Plattner Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.” || The Pike Press, Pittsfield, IL, Wednesday, June 26, 1974.~Arthur Low. || Genealogical Guide to the Early Settlers of America. || Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War., Compilation from the Archives, Wright & Potter Printing, Boston, 1902., p. Spooner (B:12-3-1857) on 12-3-1876 || Records of William Spooner of Plymouth Mass and His Descendants. 364.~Asa Low (1761-1839) enlisted at the age of 16 in Captain Whipple’s company, Col. Pickering’s regt; marched ; discharged 3-15-1777; service, 3 mos 17 days, including 17 days (340 miles) travel home; also, company receipt for mileage home, given to Capt. He also attended the University of Arizona and is a member of the Stray Greeks fraternity. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC, 1976, p. Paterson 3-3-1779, for 70 days; also, Sergeant, Colonel’s Co, Col. James’ parents were James Eveleth and Sarah (Harris) Eveleth. || New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 135 (1981), p. This was followed by the establishment of a banking business in Marysville. Low - $5.00, John Lowe - $5.00, Thomas Low - $20.00. Graduate and professional instruction was reorganized and widened considerably in scope.