Name: Olney WINDSOR
Amos BOWEN came from Gloucester, R.I., in 1797, and settled a mile and a half south-west of White Store, on the farm now occupied by his grandson, Francis Bowen, where he died Jan. 31, 1866. He was born Feb. 6, 1774. He married in Connecticut, Rebecca, daughter of Gilbert SALISBURY, who was born March 24, 1776. He came here immediately after marrying. His wife also died on the homestead, March 20, 1858. They had five children, all of whom were born here. [Amos Bowen's children were: Rensselaer, Ollis, Roxana, George W., and Almira. Rensselaer married Asenath, daughter of Olney WINSOR, and settled on a farm adjoining his father's on the north, where his son-in-law, Joseph G. CURTIS, now lives. He removed to White Store, where he now lives, in 1869. His wife died June 2, 1874, aged 74. Ollis married Roxana, daughter of Paris WINSOR, and settled on a farm adjoining his father's on the south, in the town of Guilford. He afterwards removed to Rockwell's Mills, where he died February, 1879. Roxana married Harvey BRANT and settled near Guilford village, in which both now live. George W. married Clarissa, daughter of Calvin CHAMBERLIN, and settled on the homestead, which he sold some eight or nine years ago to his son, Francis. He then removed to Rockwell's Mills, where he now lives. His wife died in March, 1879. Almira died at the age of about nine years.]
David MONROE settled and died on the farm on which his son John afterwards lived and died. The elder Monroe died May 30, 1809, aged 70, and Mary his wife, Sept. 11, 1833, aged 86. His son John married Phebe COLEGROVE, and died July 19, 1865, aged 91. His wife died March 8, 1862, aged 86. Celaney (Selanah) WINDSOR, daughter of Olney Winsor, and widow of John MONROE, grandson of David Monroe, is living a little below Polkville, with her son Wellington, where her husband died in March, 1879.
Father: Stephen WINSOR b: 1744 in Providence, Providence, Rhode Island
Mother: Mary OLNEY