from "The history of the town of Marlborough, Windham County, Vermont" by Ephraim H. Newton, Vermont Historical Society, 1930: (HERITAGE QUEST ONLINE) p. 139:
BELLOWS, Charles (s. of Joseph of Southboro and brother of Joseph, Jr.), m. Eleanor, dau. of Jotham BELLOWS of Southboro, Mass., moved to Marlborough with three children, about 1780, commenced on 50 acres of wild land, and cleared his new farm on which he lived and died. He was a soldier of the American Revolution and served his country in securing its liberties and laying the foundations of its free institutions. He d. March 10, 1839, age 84. She d. July 16, 1840, age 80. * BELLOWS, Capt. Charles, Jr. (s. of Charles) [b. Feb. 1, 1789] .. p. 140: ... He m. (2) [second wife] Wealthy, dau. of Capt. Judah MOON of Wilmington. Children: ... Dolly Ann, m. Henry CROSIER of Searsburg, and settled there; Catherine, m. Lorin CROSIER, and settled in Colerain, Mass., where she died; ... John, m. Adelia CROSIER, and settled in Wilmington; ... Martha, m. Lorin (LOIN) CROSIER, his second wife. * He [meaning father Captain Charles BELLOWS] m. (3) Sally CROSIER. Children: Timothy; Sally. He d. May 7, 1859.
(Millie only included names that are relevant to the CROSIER line (there were lots of other children, through Capt. BELLOWS' three marriages).