Person:Amasa Piper (1)

m. 19 Jan 1769
  1. Abel Piper1770 - Bef 1836
  2. Betty Piper1772 -
  3. Asa PiperAbt 1774 - 1841
  4. Amos PiperCal 1776 - 1846
  5. Amasa PiperAbt 1778 -
  6. Lucy PiperAbt 1781 -
  7. Artemas Piper1784 -
  8. Silvanus Piper1786 -
  • HAmasa PiperAbt 1778 -
  • W.  Margaret Reed (add)
m. 28 Aug 1803
Facts and Events
Name[1] Amasa Piper
Gender Male
Birth[4] Abt 1778 Phillipston, Worcester, Massachusetts, United StatesBased on date of marriage
Marriage 28 Aug 1803 Boothbay, Lincoln, Maine, United Statesto Margaret Reed (add)
  1. Greene, Francis Byron. History of Boothbay, Southport and Boothbay Harbor, Maine, 1623-1905: with family genealogies. (Portland Me.: Loring, Short & Harmon, 1906)
    p. 481.

    "Amasa and Artemas Piper came to B[oothbay] bet. 1790-1800. They owned together the eastern part of McFarland's Point. This property they sold to John M. McFarland when he began business there. They conducted a fish stand there previously. Amasa m. Margery, dau. of Capt. Paul Reed, 1803; they had six chil. bet. 1804-12: Benjamin F., Joseph A., Louisa M., Horace M., Mary O., Sarah S. Their home was what has been known as the Elwell place of late years, and the house was probably built by him. Artemas Piper m. Mary Hammond in 1806 and they had two chil.: Julia A., b. 1807, and Artemas, Jr., b. 1810. Their home was near where Z. F. Swett now lives. Both families after selling moved to Ohio."

  2.   Morgan, Ohio, United States. 1820 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication M33)
  3.   Morgan, Ohio, United States. 1830 U.S. Census Population Schedule
  4. Amasa m. 1803, Lucy m. 1805, Artemas, b. 1784, m. 1807 [note: per records, not 1806 as the above source says]. Since females typically married younger than men, the fact that Amasa married before Lucy indicates he is older than Lucy.