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   Bigelow
   Jacob
   J. B. ; Biglow ;
   Mary Scollay (1793-1882) in 1817
   5: Henry Jacob (1818-90) med.; William Scollay B (1819-20); Mary Anna B (1821-1910); Catherine Scollay B Parkman (1827-48); James Jackson B (1827-35)
   1787 / 1786 Sudbury, Massachusetts
   1879
   Boston, Massachusetts
   Congregational minister/farmer Jacob Bigelow (1743-1816)
   mother: Sarah Heartwell Bigelow married 1783; sister: Elizabeth Bigelow Wheeler (1777-), brother Henry B (1783-1815) merchant
   Rev. Samuel Kendall, Weston; med. John Warren & botany 1802-6 Harvard, John Gorham, Benjamin Barton; -1810 Univ. Pennsylvania Ben. Rush
   United States of America
   J Bigelow: Florula Bostoniensis 1814/24; American Medical Botany 1817-20; Physiol Systematical Botany 1814; Horticultural taxonomy; Nature in disease 1854; History Mount Auburn Cemetery 1860; The Useful Arts 1829; Francis Boott; F Andr√© Michaux: Hist. Arbres 1813
   Boston Latin School; Harvard 1816-27 Rumford Prof; Massachusetts General Hospital & Horticultural Society; ; Amer Academy, Cambridge Botanic Garden
   landscaper Henry A.S. Dearborn; engravers: WB Annin & GG Smith; chemist: John Redman Coxe
   landscape design, landscapes, medical, botanical drawing, pen, pencil, colored drawing, aquatint, model-making
   http://jeffline.jefferson.edu/SML/Archives/Highlights/Bigelow/
   Gray Herbarium Archives, Harvard: http://www.huh.harvard.edu/libraries/archives/BIGELOW.html ; http://www.nndb.com/people/159/000115811/
   AKL; ANB3 2008:125; wiki; N.Amer.Review Misc.Journal 9 1819:23-6; Bridson 2003:17,153; encyclopedia.com
   1811 private medical practice in Boston with Dr. James Jackson; President of American Academy of Arts & Sciences 1847-63
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