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. (Mary, a dau. of Amos, Jr., was bap. with this group 5 May, 1805.) The dau. Helen m. Jonas Prentiss, 22 Feb. 1807; Clarissa m. Thomas Davis of Boston, 2 Oct. 1808; Letitia m. Horatio H. Fiske of Boston, 29 Mar. 1818; Harriet M. A. m. Herman Foster, of Boston, 8 Nov. 1826; Amos's child (Mary ) d. 24 Aug. 1802, a. 1 (11 mos.—g. s.); Harriet, of Amos, d. 9 Sept. 1802, a. 10 (g. s.); Nancy, of Amos, d. 25 Sept. 1802, a. 8 (g. s.); one other dau. Helen, d. young. Amos, Sen., the father, d. 27 Mar. 1828, a. 69. [His wife was Helen Weston, of Concord, m. 18 June, 1781, d. 15 Oct. 1829, a. 66.] He was the inventor of the once celebrated card-machine for making cotton and wool-cards. He took his first patent on this machine 2 June, 1797, for the term of fourteen years; and went to England, in 1799, to secure a patent in that country. A renewal of his original patent was secured by the unanimous vote of Congress, for a second term of fourteen years, on 3 Mar. 1809, and on 20 July, 1812, h