Family:Amos Taylor and Bridget Martin (1)

Facts and Events
Marriage[1] 21 May 1747 Dunstable, Massachusetts
  1. Stearns, Ezra S. (Ezra Scollay). Early generations of the founders of old Dunstable : thirty families. (Boston, Massachusetts: G.E. Littlefield, 1911), p. 74-75, 1911, Secondary quality.

    "Amos, born September 10, 1725; married May 21, 1747, Bridget Martin. He lived in Dunstable, New Ipswich, and in Hollis, removing to Brookline in 1772. He or his son, Amos, was a soldier of Capt. Reuben Dow's company of Col. Prescott's regiment at Bunker Hill and siege of Boston, 1775. In 1776, he removed to Stoddard. He had six or more children. Amos, born at Dunstable, September 7, 1748; Edmund, born at Dunstable, May 4, 1750, he settled in Cavendish, Vermont; Ephraim, not married, lived with the Harvard Shakers several years; Bridget, Abraham, Isaac."