Peter is buried in Charlestown, New Hampshire. He moved to Walpole at age 14 and at age 21 was appointed constable of the place. He m. Mary Dudley Chase of Cornish, NH and finally settled in Charlestown.
(b) Peter Bellows, b., Jan. 6, 1739; d., Apr. 4, 1825. 
- WikiTree profile Bellows-43 created through the import of FINDLEY_2012-01-01.ged on Jan 1, 2012 by Embret Knoshaug. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Embret and others.
- ↑ Genealogy and memoirs of Isaac Stearns and his descendants by Mrs. Avis Stearns Van Wagenen. Published 1901 by Courier Printing Co. in Syracuse, N.Y. https://archive.org/stream/genealogymemoirs00vanw pg. 42-3
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On October 27, 2014 at 12:34GMT Pamela Demers wrote:
On September 25, 2014 at 13:03GMT Robert Keniston wrote:
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