Children of Rev. Andrew and Emma (Blackler) Bigelow:
15133.2B1 Elizabeth Gerry, b 10 Feb 1843; d young.
15133.2B2 Emily Louisa, b 18 Aug 1845; d young.
Bigelow Family Genealogy Vol II , p 20-21;
Howe, Bigelow Family of America.
Mr. Wilder was three times married, and was the father of fourteen
children. His first wife, Tryphosa Jewett, daughter of Stephen Jewett, of
Rindge, and sister of Ezekiel Jewett, who served as Lieutenant under Scott
at Lundy's Lane and as Colonel of cavalry in Chili's war for independence,
also curator of State Museum , Albany, N.Y., geologist, conchologist, and
numismatist (see Stearns's History of Rindge, N.H.), died in 1831; and he
married in August, 1833, Abigail, daughter of Captain David Baker, of Franklin,
Mass. She died at Aiken, S.C., in 1854; and he married in 1855 her sister,
His surviving children are: Nancy Jewett, born February 19, 1825;
William Henry, born March 17, 1836;
Jemima Richardson, born June 30, 1845;
Grace Sherwin, born April 23, 1851; and
Edward Baker, born November 17, 1857.
Nancy J., the eldest of the five, married, the Rev. Andrew Bigelow, D.D., of Boylston. He died in 1882 in Southboro, Mass., where his widow now resides. The Misses Jemima R. And Grace S. Wilder, the two younger daughters, reside at the Wilder homestead in Dorchester, which was first settled in 1832.