Biography of Stephen Angevine
Orleans County, NY Biographies





Angevine, Stephen, was a pioneer in Barre, coming to that town from Mendon, about 1825, and purchasing the 'betterments" of a previous occupant. He was a carpenter during his younger days but turned farmer in Barre. His business life was successful and he died comfortably well possessed. His first wife was Sophia Turner, and to them were born four children: Alden, Ethen and Martha who went to Michigan, and Moses, of Barre. Martha died in Michigan aged 28 years, The second wife of Stephen was Manila Bishop, by whom he had three children: Melissa, who married Henry Lockwood; Sophia, who died young, and Aurelia, who moved to Michigan. Moses Angevine, who is known as one of the most successive and progressive farmers of Barre, and as well one of its best citizens, was born July 27, 1826, was brought up on, and now owns the old home farm of his father. He was reared under the Democratic influence of his father, but is himself a Republican. His wife, who he married in 1876, was Catharine Whaling, of Barre. They have no children.

From:
Landmarks of Orleans County, New York
Edited by: Hon. Isaac C. Signor
Assisted by: H. P. Smith and others
D. Mason & Co., Publishers
Syracuse, N. Y. 1894


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