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Woburn, MA (Nathan, Rev. War)
Posted by: Betty Fredericks (ID *****7001) Date: May 07, 2006 at 04:29:56
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Hello. I have been to a web site for Woburn, MA, history, and it mentions that a Nathan or Nathaniel DOW fought in the Revolutionary War for that town.

http://www.yeoldewoburn.net/

I was wondering if anyone knew whether he stayed in Woburn, or did he move to another town or another State.

I checked the LDS site, and the only Nathan or Nathaniel DOW of the right time period was reportedly born in Rowley, MA, and another lived his married life in "Maine."

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As per my other posting, I am looking for the parents of a Mary DOW, born ~1800, possibly in MA. She married a William MARSTERS in the 1820's, possibly in MA. The only child I know about so far is Mary MARSTERS, b1829 in Boston, MA, who married Thomas HUTCHINSON in 1851 in Boston.


(MARSTERS / MASTERS might have come from a Nova Scotia family. Several MARSTERS families left New England in late 1700's to go to Canada, and then some came back to Boston.)




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