Rowleys in 1790 Census

MOSES ROWLEY

1-6.0005

Born Kent, CT 6 Apr 1752 son of Moses Rowley (1-5.001). He probably moved with his parents (after 1755) to Richmond, Berkshire Co., MA where his father died after 1773. (Also see biographies of brothers: Thomas, Timothy, Aaron, Reuben, Daniel, and David) He was the twin of Daniel.

no record of marriage found

Served in American Revolution from Richmond, MA.. 

Private in Capt. Stephen Pearl's co., Col. Benjamin Ruggles Woodbridge's (25th) regiment; muster roll dated Aug. 1, 1775; enlisted May 23, 1775; service, 2 mos. 13 days; company return dated Prospect Hill, Sept. 28, 1775;
As Moses Rowly, Capt. Pearl's co., Col. Woodbridge's regiment; order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money dated Cambridge Camp, Oct. 23, 1775.
Lieut. Jabez Colt's co., Col. Rosseter's detachment of Berkshire Co. militia; entered service July 17, 1777; discharged July 27, 1777; service, 11 days, at the Northward;
Capt. Aaron Rowley's co., Col. John Brown's detachment of Berkshire Co. militia; entered service Sept. 5, 1777; discharged Sept. 25, 1777; service, 20 days, at and to the Northward of Pawlet. Military Information Source: Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution

1790 Census: Freehold, Albany, NY, next to twin brother Daniel Rowley showing 113 00

1800 Census: Franklin, Delaware,  NY, next to twin brother Daniel Rowley, showing 00101 11101

no record of death

No known children

 

Sources:

Barbour Collection- CT: Rowley, Daniel (twin with Daniel) s/o Moses & Mary b 6 Apr 1752 Kent 1:71.

The Rowley Researcher, 4:22.

1790 U.S. Federal Population Census

1800 U.S. Federal Population Census


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