Robert Lawton BOWDISH
Hulda J. KIMBALL


Husband:  Robert Lawton BOWDISH
Birth:  25 Jul 1835, Root, Montgomery Co., New York 
Death: 5 Jul 1894, Root, Montgomery Co., New York   
Burial:  Jul 1894, Four Corners Cemetery, Charleston, Montgomery Co., New York
Father:  Gamaliel BOWDISH
Mother:  Roba BRIGGS

Marriage:  27 Jan 1861, Charleston, Montgomery Co., New York 

Wife:  Huldah J. KIMBALL
Birth:  1835, Charleston, Montgomery Co., New York 
Death:  5 Feb 1920, Cobleskill, Schoharie Co., New York  
Burial:  Feb 1920, Four Corners Cemetery, Charleston, Montgomery Co., New York
Father:  Nathan KIMBALL  
Mother:  Sally STANTON  

Children:
1. Jennie BOWDISH, b: 27 Sep 1867, Root, Montgomery Co., New York
                                  d: 15 Nov 1867, Root, Montgomery Co., New York
2. Cora A. BOWDISH, b: 4 May 1868, Root, Montgomery Co., New York
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Notes:

1870 Federal Census Data (M593_0974, Page 395B), Root, Montgomery Co., New York,
                                                                                                                     Enumeration Date:
14-Jul-1870, Family #191

NAME

Age

Sex

Col.

Occupation or Trade

Real
Estate

Per.
Estate

POB

In
Sch

Cannot
R / W

D, D, B, I,
I, P, or C

 BOWDISH, Robert L

34

M

W

 Farmer

$2,500

$1,500

NY

 

 

 

                   Hulda J

35

F

W

 Keeping House

 

 

NY

 

 

 

                   Cora

2

F

W

  

 

 

NY

 

 

 

                   Orville J

14

M

W

 Farm Laborer

 

 

NY

X

 

 

1880 Federal Census Data (T9_0865 Page 395D), Root, Montgomery Co., New York,
                                                                                 Enumeration Dist: 61, Enumeration Date:
21-Jun-1880, Family #256

 NAME

Age

Sex

Col.

 Relation

M/S
W/D

Occupation

POB

Fa.
POB

Mo.
POB

Attend
School

 BOWDISH, Robert L

44

M

W

 Self

M

 Farmer

NY

 NY

NY

 

                  Huldah

44

F

W

 Wife

M

 Keeping House

NY

NY

NY

 

                  Cora A

12

F

W

 Daughter

S

 At School

NY

NY

NY

X

By 1900, Robert had died and Huldah was living with their daughter, Cora, and her family.
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