He built a house (still standing)in 1730 on Hill Rd in what is now Boxborough formerly part of Littleton, Harvard and Stow Massachusetts. According to tax records this property remained in his family for generations. It is safe to say that many family events took place here including births, marriages etc. Births/ marriages in this family attributed to Stow or Littleton would probably all have taken place in or near his home in what is now Boxborough.
He is buried in the Lower Village Cemetery, Stow Ma. about 4 miles from Boxborough. Boxborough's North Cemetery had not been established yet so he was buried in Stow near his first wife and other family members. Of his 8 children only 2 survived childhood, Edward (1735-1808) and Tryphena (Brown) Draper (1746-1829).
He is referred to by the Boxborough Historical Society as Boaz Brown III to differentiate from the other Boaz Brown's in his family.
Boxborough Historical Society.
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