Family:Samuel Bigelow and Mary Flagg (1)

Facts and Events
Marriage[1][2][3] 3 Jun 1674 Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States


Bond and Howe agree on 10 known children. Howe stating Martha and Mercy refer to the same daughter, "this is supposed to be the Martha who was recorded as b. April 4, 1686, and she is said to have been born in 1686, that is thought to have been a mistake in the record." Samuel's will names: "... sons John, Samuel, Thomas, and Isaac; daughters Mercy Garfield, Abigail Cutler, and Deliverance Stearns; sons-in-law Thomas Reed, Josiah Howe, and Daniel Warren; grandchildren David Bruce, Nathaniel Read, Isaac Read, Thomas Read, Catherine Read. Phineas Howe, Abraham Howe, Rachel Howe, Samuel Warren, Daniel Warren, and Hannah Warren."S3

  1. Bigelow Society.
  2. Samuel Bigelow, in Bond, Henry, M.D., and Horatio Gates Jones. Genealogies of the Families and Descendants of the Early Settlers of Watertown, Massachusetts, including Waltham and Weston (1860): To which is Appended the Early History of the Town. With Illustrations, Maps and Notes. (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1860)
    p 31.

    Samuel Bigelow, of Wat(ertown).. m., June 3, 1674 Mary Flagg. (Flagg, 8.).
    Children (10) of Samuel & Mary (Flagg) Bigelow: John 1675, Mary 1677, Samuel 1677, Sarah 1681, Thomas 1683, Martha 1686, Abigail 1687, Hannah, Isaac 1689/90, and Deliverance 1695. {note: Bond gives births of Mary (Sept 12, 1677) and Samuel (Sept. 18, 1677) which appears to be an error, Howe give birth in 1679.}

  3. Samuel Biglo, in Howe, Gilman Bigelow. Genealogy of the Bigelow family of America: from the marriage in 1642 of John Biglo and Mary Warren to the year 1890. (Worcester, Mass.: Charles Hamilton, 1890)
    p 26, 27.

    Samuel Biglo.. married June 3, 1674..., Mary Flagg, daughter of Thomas and Mary Flagg.
    Children (10) of Samuel Biglo & Mary Flagg: John 1675, Mary 1677, Samuel 1679, Sarah 1681, Thomas, 1683, Mercy (prob Martha) 1686, Abigail 1687, Hannah, Isaac 1691, and Deliverance 1695.