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E Lowell

Enoch Lowell (1765-1832)

b and d Portland, ME 

1794 - 1802 deeds joiner, housewright

1776 RW drummer and artillery to 1779

E Lowell

 

Enoch Lowell

Joiner, Housewright and House Carpenter in Portland deeds from 1794, 1795, 1797, 1800 and 1802

m            Mary Huston

ch           Mary      1793 

               Amelia   1795  

               Enoch    1797 d young    

               Joseph   1799

               William   1800 d young

               Eunice    1803

               William   1806

               Caroline  1808

                Harry     1812

                Ellen      1814

 

parents    Abner Jr. and Mercy Pierce. Abner was a housewright.

RW          Enoch was a drummer and then a private in RW, starting in his father’s matross Company (artillery) in 1776, on and off until 1779 (stationed at Falmouth Neck) and then in John Reed’s company in 1781. After he died, his widow applied for and received a pension.

1794 deed, joiner

Service summary from RW pension application

Records Searched

In 1800 census, E Lowells were found in:

Penobcott (2), Lincoln, Portland, ME and Newburyport , Hingham, MA

In 1790 census, E Lowells were found in:

Penobscot, ME and Essex Co., MA (4)

Deeds from all these locations were searched with only Enoch documented in a woodworking trade.

One plane is known, a 11 1/4" long skewed rabbet, beech. Estimated original width 1 1/4".

Name is double stamped and difficult to read.

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