Person:Susan Bangs (2)

Watchers
m. 30 Jul 1772
  1. Leah Bangs1773 - 1855
  2. Elizabeth Bangs1774 - 1870
  3. Keziah Bangs1776 - 1860
  4. Susan Bangs1778 - 1837
  5. Rebecca Sprague Bangs1780 - 1844
  6. Mary Barker Bangs1782 -
  7. Aduah Bangs1784 - Bef 1824
  8. Isaiah Bangs1786 - 1859
  9. Eli Bangs1788 - Bef 1824
  10. Benjamin Lincoln Bangs1790 - 1820
  • HAmos PiperCal 1776 - 1846
  • WSusan Bangs1778 - 1837
m. 15 Dec 1796
  1. William Norton Piper1798 - 1891
  2. Cynthia H Piper1800 - 1838
  3. George Vining Piper1802 - 1826
  4. Amos Sawyer Piper1804 -
  5. Susan Leah Piper1807 -
  6. Nancy Bangs Piper1810 - 1874
  7. Artemas Martin Piper1812 - 1878
  8. Emily Eliza Piper1814 - 1881
  9. Deborah Bigelow Piper1817 - 1868
  10. Lincoln Bangs Piper1819 - 1871
  11. Jane Rosella Piper1821 - 1852
Facts and Events
Name[2][4] Susan Bangs
Gender Female
Birth[1] 1 Apr 1778 Princeton, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
Alt Marriage 3 Dec 1796 Warwick, Franklin, Massachusetts, United Statesto Amos Piper
Marriage 15 Dec 1796 Warwick, Franklin, Massachusetts, United Statesto Amos Piper
Death[3] 17 Nov 1837 Erving, Franklin, Massachusetts, United States
References
  1. Princeton, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States. Vital records of Princeton, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849. (Worcester, Massachusetts: Franklin P. Rice, 1902)
    p. 11.

    BANGS, Sukey, d. Isaiah and Leah, [born] April 1, 1778.

  2. Allred, Marilyn. The town of Warwick, Franklin County, Massachusetts, genealogical records 1739-1900, births, marriages, deaths: of the inhabitants that lived in Warwick, MA. Taken from the handwritten chronological records and cemetary [sic] records of the town of Warwick, MA. (2000)
    p. 23.

    Sukey Bangs of Warwick m. (int.) 5 Nov 1796 Amos Piper of "Gerry NY?"
    [Note: Gerry was the name of Phillipston, MA, at the time.]

  3. Find A Grave: Erving Center Cemetery, Erving, MA, in Find A Grave
    Sukey Piper.

    SUKEY,
    wife of
    Amos Piper,
    died Nov. 17, 1837
    in her 61. year.

  4. Her father's will of 1824 refers to her as "Sukey Piper".