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Axtell One Name Study
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Moses AXTELL's other family: with Bethsheba PEAK (1769-1848)
Tamar CURTIS's parents: Samuel CURTIS (1728- ) and Mary TOWNE (1731- )

Family of Moses AXTELL and Tamar CURTIS

Husband: Moses AXTELL (1755-1813)
Wife: Tamar CURTIS (1761- )
Children: Betsey AXTELL ( - )
Sabra AXTELL ( - )
Marriage 30 Mar 1779 Charlton, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA

Husband: Moses AXTELL

Name: Moses AXTELL 1,2,3
Sex: Male
Father: Daniel AXTELL (1734-1799)
Mother: Elizabeth WHITTEMORE (1735?-1812)
Birth 11 Jan 1755 Grafton, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA 4
Witness 16 Dec 1773 (age 18) Boston Tea Party; Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Death 25 Mar 1813 (age 58) Deposit, Deleware County, New York, USA 5,6
Burial 1813 Deposit, Deleware County, New York, USA 3,5,6

Wife: Tamar CURTIS

Name: Tamar CURTIS 1
Sex: Female
Father: Samuel CURTIS (1728- )
Mother: Mary TOWNE (1731- )
Birth 16 Jul 1761 USA 7

Child 1: Betsey AXTELL

Name: Betsey AXTELL 1
Sex: Female
Spouse: Nathan COOK ( - )
Birth USA

Child 2: Sabra AXTELL

Name: Sabra AXTELL 1
Sex: Female
Spouse: William MARTIN ( - )
Birth USA

Note on Marriage

Moses' 1st.

Note on Husband: Moses AXTELL (1)

b. in Grafton, Mass., Jan. 11, 1755. The Mass. Revolutionary War Record gives "Moses Axdel of Sutton, pt., Capt. Arthur Daggert's Co., marched on the alarm Apr. 19, 1775, served 1 mo., roll dated Roxbury Camp; also Capt. John Nichols Co., Col. Jonathan Holman's rgt.; marched Sept. 27, 1777 to reinforce Continental Army under Gen. Gates, at the northward; served 30 days." He married Tamar Curtis Mar. 30, 1779 at Charlton, Mass. He was a blacksmith by trade, and an old account book (1775-1779) written in excellent hand is still preserved by his descendants. In 1803 he settled in Barbourville (Deposit), Delaware Co., N.Y., where he followed the occupation of farming. He married (2) Bethsheba Peak (b. 1769, d. 1848); he died March 25, 1813. [AFO US]

 

Moses, 1755-1813 (Revolutionary soldier - was in Boston Tea Party, Battle of Lexington, Battle of Bunker Hill). Was armorer & blacksmith 1775-1783 [Masonville Cemeteries - dcnyhistory.org]

Note on Husband: Moses AXTELL (2)

A participant in the Boston Tea Party. See http://www.bostonteapartyship.com/participants.asp for more details. [Jon Axtell]

Sources

1Daniel Gibson Axtell, "Axb45.ged" (File from www.axtellfamily.org).
2"The History of Delaware County by W W Munsell 1797-1880" (http://www.dcnyhistory.org/b ooks/muntom.html).
Delaware County NY Genealogy and History. Web: http://www.dcnyhistory.org/.
3"dcnyhistory.org - Cemeteries in Masonville, Delaware County, New York" (http://www.dcnyhistory.org/cemma son.html).
Delaware County NY Genealogy and History. Web: http://www.dcnyhistory.org/.
4Genes Reunited, "Genes Reunited Member". Margaret Allison.
5Joyce Riedinger & Debra Kemp, "Town of Deposit cemeteries; Deposit, Delaware co., NY" (h ttp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ny/delaware/cemeteries/deposit.txt).
6"dcnyhistory.org - CETA project - Cemeteries (Andes-Deposit) [Axtells]" (http://www.dcnyhistory.org/a-dcem. html).
Delaware County NY Genealogy and History. Web: http://www.dcnyhistory.org/.
7Doug W Schneths, "Person - Doug W Schneths" (http://www.schueths .com/doug/genealogy/data/index.htm).