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|Sharon Chatburn Wood||RE: Matthew Stubbert/Stubbart|
Matthew Stubbart and Margaret Mitchell had five children: John 1844, Mary 1847, David 1849, Ellen Jane 1851,and James 1854. Margaret left Matthew to follow John Blythe to Utah.
Matthew Stubbart married Susanna Cargill in 1857. They had six children: Marshall 1859, Alice 1861, Joseph 1865, Alexander 1870, Susanna 1871, and an infant 1873. These children are not listed on Margaret Mitchell Blythe's memorial. They are listed on Matthew Stubbart's and Susanna Cargill Stubbart's memorials.
|Rob Dwyer||RE: Belinda Mosher Radliff|
I see exactly what you mean. I have corrected the parents for Belinda Mosher Radliff. Thanks so much for letting me know.
|Rob Dwyer||RE: Belinda Mosher Radliff|
Thanks for catching this, Martha. I will take a closer look tonight.
|Ms.CookFromMaine, With LOVE||RE: Andews Family|
I don't know, but there are indeed pictures of both of their gravestones in that cemetery, so maybe they were born in Maine, despite the fact they died in PA.
|Lloyd Brannon||Easter Thank You 04 03 2015|
In the event that I have not thanked you, personally, for the transfers that you have provided me with, I wish to do so at this time.
My retirement from all my social and family duties have dwindled down since my health has had the opportunity to allow me to beat my God given expiration date, with the help of family, fantastic physicians and hospital, and the implantation of a pacemaker. Rest is my priority when not doing some physical duties, yet Find A Grave and family ancestry tracing is still fun.
To all my Find a Grave friends, you have all been a tremendous help with your contributions to me and especially to this site.
Happy Easter, be safe, have fun and Thank You.
Lloyd Paul Brannon, II #47672485
|Patti Leland||RE: Andrews Members|
I did not add the parent's memorials but obviously I did add Stuart. I found his stone there but did not take a picture of the stones. We have about 3 feet of snow so it is going to be a while before anyone can get in there. There are no cemetery records. There is a transcription of the cemeteries on Mount Desert Island. Here is the link showing that in 1999 when Tom Vining transcribed that cemetery the parents were there. He has also been updating the transcriptions so he added Stuart. It is possible that they did die in Pennsylvania and requested to be buried in the Forest Hill Cemetery. That usually means they were summer people or had family here. Here is the link to the page to see that section of Tom's transcription. http://research.mdihistory.org/MountDesertcemeteries/ForestHillCemetery.htm
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|Pam Witherow||RE: Hetty Barr Richardson 1804-1864|
Thank you so much for answering my question and for the name of husbands additions to the bio!!! God bless!!! Pam
|Cathy Estes Sparks||Update|
I have submitted a request that Wm. Sylvester Robbins be removed as Mrs. Nations' father. Some believe her father was a Winningham, though this is solely anecdotal.
|Cathy Estes Sparks||RE: William Sylvester Robbins|
Yes, ma'am. It is obvious to all of us that the last-born 2 children---Ann/Alma Belle & U.S. Grant Robbins couldn't have been his. I'm not at all convinced that they're definitely even borne of Mary Ann, as she had a daughter well-known for having children out of wedlock by var. fathers---even by her sister's husband. By & large, others assumed care of these children; my thought is that the children could have actually been Mary Ann's grandchildren, passed off as her children. War widows did have children, by other men, years after their soldier "fathers"---clearly impossible. Still, widows who remarried or cohabited lost the soldier death benefits they depended on. Families perpetuated the "cover stories", long after benefits ran out. As a result, we have an elderly U.S. Grant Robbins still listing a father, on his delayed birth cert. who died long before he was
conceived---w/ affidavits to that effect. Several well-meaning current-day Robbins/Reeder kin prefer to "let sleeping dogs lie", out of respect for the dead, or sensitivity for descendants. B/c I did not create the memorials, I cannot change the data, but that might be a thought---reaching out to them. I truly believe nothing has been done w/ any attempt to deceive, rather to respect the old ways, as it were.
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