ELIZABETH BANGS, Springfield, Mass. — Died Feb. 14, 1856, aged 30.
SARAH BANGS, Springfield, Mass. — Died March 27, 1846, aged 23.
JULIA BOWLES. — Married Adonijah Foot. She died in Mississippi Aug. 29, 1851, aged 27.
MARY BANGS, Boston, Mass.
AMELIA P. BOWLES, now Mrs. Henry Alexander, Springfield, Mass. — Hon. Henry Alexander, Jr., was the cashier of the Pynchon Bank from its organization in 1853 until 1858. He was an alderman in 1857-58, and mayor of Springfield in 1863-64; a member of the Massachusetts Senate from 1865-68; U. S. deputy collector of internal revenue for the 10th District of Massachusetts in 1870-71; presidential elector in 1872. He was a director and the president of the old Springfield Bank, now the Second National, until his death, which occurred July 24, 1878, in the 60th year of his age.
LOUISA WEATHERHEAD. — Married Daniel D. Warren, Springfield, Mass. She died June 26, 1864, aged 41 years. Mr. Warren was a merchant previous to 1872. He and the late Willis Phelps were contractors in the building of the Council Bluff and the St. Joseph, the Missouri Valley, the Lake Ontario Shore, and the Connecticut Central railroads. He was the president of the Connecticut Central in 1876. Mr. Warren was associated with the late William Birnie as contractor in building the Springfield & New London Railroad, and in the construction Of the Troy & Greenfield Railroad. He was the sole contractor for the Watertown (N. Y.) & Carthage Railroad. On the building of the New York, West Shore & Buffalo road, he was the contractor on the division from Little Falls to Schenectady, and was a director of the road. He was a stockholder and president of the Union Paper Company, a stockholder and director of the Worthy Paper Company, owning paper mills in Bondville, and Pepperell, Mass. He was treasurer of the
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