David, the son of John and Ann Bickmore, was a mariner. He is on record of buying thirty acres of land on Swan's Island in 1790. This island is near the coast of Maine. He resided in Friendship, or Medoncook, in 1800 and used the spelling Bigmore. He married Margaret Dix (Dicky) of Thomaston at Cushing, Maine, August 31, 1793. His name is on the census list of Meduncook, Maine, 1800. David and Margaret Bickmore had ten children: 1. Thomas, born June 6, 1798*; 2. Isaac Motor, born June 6, 1798; 3. David, born 1802; 4. Samuel, born 1805; 5. George, born 1807; 6. Jacob, born 1810; 7. Eliza, born 1812; 8. Jane, born 1815; 9. Martha Jane, born 1818; 10. Annie, born 1813.
Early Bickmore History found in Book of Remebrance of Beth Schow Stagge
Thursday, January 17, 2013
David Bickmore 1768-1853
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Would like to talk to you about Bickmore family. I have one from Friendship, MaineReplyDelete
Catherine Bickmore Palmer married Samuel Palmer then married Thomas Jefferson Bryant. I can't place her on the Bickmore tree..any ideas?
Birth 07 MARCH 1803 • Friendship, Knox County, Maine, USA
Death 25 MAY, 1854 • Prentiss Vale, McKean County, Pennsylvania, USA
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