☞ Mr. William R. Barton has become the purchaser of four acres of valuable land lying on the Cemetery avenue, a little distance southeast of Diamond Rock, and in the town of Brunswick. The price paid was $200 per acre, and the premises are a part of the farm of Stephen F. and Calvin Bowman. Mr. Barton intends to erect a dwelling upon the lot, and to set it out with pear trees, grape vines and other fruit.
Lansingburgh Weekly Chronicle. August 15, 1865: 3 col 3.

—Stephen Bowman of Lansingburgh, formerly of Troy, died this morning of congestion of the lungs, aged eighty-three years.
Troy Daily Times. January 17, 1872: 3 col 4.

DIED. […]

BOWMAN—At Lansingburgh, Nov. 22, 1872, Stephen F. Bowman, in the 46th year of his age.
Funeral from his late residence on Monday, Nov. 25, at 1 P. M. Relatives and friends are invited to attend.
Troy Daily Times. November 23, 1872: 2 col 5.

Village of Lansingburgh 2nd Ward, cropped from: Beers, F W. County Atlas of Rensselaer, New York. New York: F.W. Beers, 1876.

The farm of Mrs. Bowman just east of Diamond Rock, consisting of 42 acres, was sold to the Eaton brothers of Brunswick on Monday.
“Village Notes.” Lansingburgh Courier. March 3, 1876: 3 col 1.