I have the following information on Benjamin Stowe from a genealogy on the Stowe's sent to me by my grandfather, Louis Stowe.I also am descended from Isaiah through his son Ira, grandson, Fred Angel Stowe, and Louis Stowe.
I am currently trying to do more work to reasearch this line.I do know that Benjamin Stow(e) was enlisted in the 1st Regiment, 2nd Company Detached from the Currituck Regiment during the War of 1812.
1. BENJAMIN1 STOWE was born Abt. 1790 in Devonshire, England, and died Aft. 1827 in Chicamacomico (Rodanthe), N.C. Currituck County. He married (1) CYNTHIA (SINTHE) SCARBOROUGH Abt. 1811. She was born January 29, 1793 in Chicamacomico (Rodanthe), N.C. Currituck County, and died Aft. 1825. He married (2) DOROTHY CLARK Abt. 1826. She was born January 29, 1793. Notes for BENJAMIN STOWE: Benjamin Stowe, according to stories passed down from family members, was shipwrecked on an English ship at Chicamacomico,(now known as Rodanthe-Waves-Salvo). It was said that he had brothers, but supposedly he was the only one that settled on the Outer Banks. The others dispersed, one of whom settled on the mainland in Hyde County and the third migrated to New England, and went into the Spinning business. Either he, or some of the later generations, migrated back to North Carolina. The Robert Stowe family in Belmont, North Carolina, is decended from this brother of Benjamin. They originally came from Devonshire, England. Speculation is that they came ashore around 1810. To enforce this belief, his first child, Elizabeth, was born in 1812. More About BENJAMIN STOWE: Burial: Rodanthe, N.C
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