I have many Amos Whittemores in my line but if the one you want is the same man who received a patent in 1797 for the machine that punctured leather & set wires to make cards for the carding of wool and cotton, his wife is Helen Weston, per my records. This Amos was born to the farmer, Thomas, and his wife Anna Cutter Whittemore on 19 April 1759. He mar Helen Weston (who was b Concord, Middlesex Co, MA; d 15 Oct 1829) on 18 June 1781. Amos d 27 Mar 1828, Arlingotn (Menotomy), Middlesex Co, MA and is buried in a small cemetery that adjoined the family home. They had 12 children. Home email email@example.com
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