Abraham Heslington Family Organization's genealogy efforts not only focus on all the branches of our family tree, but we also want
to show the faces and offer life experiences from all the leaves. Our goal is to enrich genealogy with pictures and life experiences throughout
the history of the Abraham Heslington family.
You can select one of the four family names at the top, then open(if the names header is grey) or close(if the names header is green), the
specific gallery and stories from the lives of our family. These family galleries and stories are fascinating - but far from complete. This
project is on-going and open to contributors. If you have pictures, or know family stories of the people, feel free to use the chat below to
inform us, and to upload pictures. You can also use the contact form to upload stories and pictures as well.
William Rufus Rogers Stowell was born in the town of Solon, Oneida County, New York, September 23, 1822. He was the second of nine
children from Oliver's second wife, Mary Stephen Holmes. In August 1825 the family moved to the town of Westfield, Chautauqua County,
New York. It was a heavily wooded country requiring great labor to clear the ground for cultivation. His father, Oliver, at first
purchased about one hundred acres of land and subsequently bought additions until his farm comprised two hundred and sixty acres.
William Rufus Rogers Stowell lived during times of unrest in his church, and in his country. Here is a list of some interesting experiences from his life.
Do you have interesting pictures and stories of your particular branch of the family tree? Do you want to help us build an awesome
gallery of the full family portrait - including interesting stories? Well, we would love to have your help, and we've made it about
as easy as we can.
You can add pictures and stories here - as the discussion continues. Just be sure to tell us the specific gallery - or if you have
enough pictures we can build another gallery and add it to the ongoing work. Be sure to add as much information as you can, so we can
be as accurate as possible.
For larger additions, you can also upload pictures, PDFs, or add links to other family content on the internet by using our
convenient contact form, and let us know what you're
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