Robert Lowell - Ancestry

Ancestry

Lowell's parents share a common descent from Philip Livingston, the son of Robert Livingston the Elder, which means they were sixth cousins.

Ancestors of Robert Lowell
32. The Hon. John Lowell
b. 1743, Newburyport, MA - d. 1802 Roxbury, MA
lawyer, federal judge, delegate of the Congress of the Confederation
16. Rev. Charles Russell Lowell, Sr. (half-brother of Francis Cabot Lowell)
b. 1782, Boston, MA - d. 1861, Cambridge, MA
Unitarian minister
33. Rebecca Russell
b. 1747, Charlestown, MA - d. 1816
8. Rev. Robert Traill Spence Lowell (brother of James Russell Lowell)
b. 1816, Boston, MA - d. 1891, Schenectady, NY
Episcopal clergyman and headmaster of St. Mark's School
34. Keith Spence
b. 1753, Kirkwall, Orkney, Scotland - d.
17. Harriet Bracket Traill Spence
b. about 1783, Orkney, Scotland - d. 1850
35. Mary Whipple Traill
b. about 1755 - d. 1824
4. Cmdr. Robert Traill Spence Lowell, Jr., U.S.N.
b. 1860, Boston, MA - d. 1887, Schenectady, NY
naval officer (commander)
36. James Chatham Duane (son of James Duane, grandson of Robert Livingston)
b. 1770 - d.
18. Maj. James Duane
b. 1794 - d. 1859
soldier and town supervisor (Duane, NY)
37. Mary Ann Bowers
9. Marianna Duane
b. 1822 - d. 1890, Schenectady, NY
38. William Constable
b. 1752, Dublin, Ireland - d. 1803, New York, NY
shipowner, importing merchant and director of the Bank of New York
19. Harriet Constable
b. 1794 - d. 1860
39. Ann White
b. 1759 - d.
2. Cmdr. Robert Traill Spence Lowell III, U.S.N.
b. 1887, Schenectady, NY - d. 1950, Beverly, MA
naval officer (commander)
40. Myer Benjamin (Benjamin Myers)
b. about 1723, Hungary - d. 1776, Rhode Island, NY
20. Capt. Mordecai Myers
b. 1776, Newport, NY - d. 1871 Schenectady, NY
merchant, soldier, and Mayor of Kinderhook and later Schenectady
41. Rachel
b. about 1735, Austria, Holy Roman Empire
10. Algernon Sydney Myers (brother of Col. Theodorus Bailey Myers)
b. 1829, Plattsburgh, NY - d. 1883
42. The Hon. William Bailey
b. - d. 1840, Plattsburgh, NY
jurist and magistrate
21. Charlotte Bailey (half-sister of Rear Adm. Theodorus Bailey)
b. 1794, Plattsburgh, NY - d. 1848, New York, NY
43. Hannah Hagerman
5. Catherine Bailey "Kate" Myers
b. 1859 - d. 1930
44.
22.
45.
11. Catherine (or Caroline) Chappell
46.
23.
47.
1. Robert Traill Spence Lowell IV
48. Isaac Winslow
b. 1743, Boston, MA - d. 1793, Boston, MA
24. Joshua Winslow
b. 1785, Boston, MA - d. 1838
49. Mary Davis
b. about 1743 - d. after 1788
12. Cmdr. Francis Winslow, U.S.N.
b. 1818, Boston, MA - d. 1862, USS RR Cuyler, near Key West, FL
naval officer (commander)
50. Maj. Caleb Stark (son of Maj.-Gen. John Stark)
b. 1759, Dumbarton,NH - d. 1838, Oxford Township, OH
soldier, mill-owner and member of the New Hampshire Senate
25. Sarah Stark
b. 1794, Dumbarton,NH - d. 1819
51. Sarah McKinstry
b. 1767 - d. 1839
6. Arthur Winslow (brother of Adm. Cameron Winslow)
b. 1860, Winston-Salem, NC - d. 1938, Boston, MA
gold and silver mining engineer (Pres. of Liberty Bell Mining Co., etc.)
52.
26. Duncan Nelson
53.
13. Mary Sophia Nelson
b. 1827, Fayetteville, NC - d. 1903, Washington, DC
54. Duncan McRae
b. 1769, Strathglass, Scotland - d. 1837, Fayetteville, NC
clerk, inspector and postmaster
27. Caroline Amelia McRae
b. 1810 - d.
55. Rhoda Young
b. 1773 - d. 1854, Fayetteville, NC
3. Charlotte Winslow
b. 1888, Raleigh, NC - d. 1954, Rapallo, Italy
56. John Devereux
b. 1771 - d. 1848
28. Thomas Pollock Devereux
b. - d. 1869
Attorney-General of North Carolina
57. Frances Pollock
b. 1771 - d. 1849
14. Maj. John Devereux
b. 1819, Raleigh, NC - d. 1893
soldier and slave-owner
58. Robert Charles Johnson (son of William Samuel Johnson)
b. 1766 - d. 1839
29. Catherine Ann Johnson
59. Catherine Ann Bayard (granddaughter of Peter Van Brugh Livingston)
7. Mary Livingston Devereux
b. 1866, Raleigh, NC - d. 1944
60. Jacob Mordecai
b. 1762, Philadelphia, PA - d. 1838 Richmond, VA
proprietor and headmaster (Warren N.C. Female Seminary)
30. The Hon. Moses Mordecai
b. 1785, Warrenton, NC - d. 1824
lawyer and magistrate
61. Judith Myers
b. 1762 New York, NY - d. 1796 Warrenton, NC
15. Margaret Lane Mordecai
b. 1824 - d. 1910
62. Henry Lane
b. 1764, Wake County, NC - d. 1797, Wake County, NC
31. Ann Willis Lane
b. 1794 - d. 1854
63. Mary Hinton
b. about 1766, North Carolina - d. after 1784

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