|Patricia Sabin (#46962749)|
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|I've been an avid historian and genealogist for over thirty years, and have hosted county sites for the USGenWeb Project since 1999. I also have a number of independent history, genealogy and vintage postcard web sites.|
My places of personal genealogy interests include "lowcountry" South Carolina (Colleton, Bamberg and Dorchester Counties), East Tennessee (Greene and Washington Counties), Naperville (DuPage County), Illinois, and several counties and towns of CT and MA.
I don't have much time for transcriptions but try to take photographs when time and opportunity present themselves.
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|Annette Shaw||Guy Sabin|
My husband & I collect Arkansas Postal History and have a passion for genealogy as well. We have a envelope posted from Blissville, Arkansas in 1903 (a discontinued post office) which is very meaningful to us, BUT we think the letter inside of it would be meaningful to you. After a little research, we figured out that the letter is written by Albert "Bert" S. Sabin to his brother Guy E Sabin. The letter was written to Guy while he was attending college at Maryville, TN. Email me at:
|Timothy Ory||Albert Sabin Death Notice|
Albert S. Sabin,
One of the oldest settlers around Chicago, died at Hinsdale on April 13. He was born in 1821 at Alexandria, New York, and came west with his father in 1833, and settled at Naperville where he lived until 1874, when he moved with his family to Gilman. In 1800 he came to Hinsdale, where he lived, until his death. He was widely known among the old settlers of Chicago and vicinity. He leaves a wife and three daughters.
The funeral took place yesterday afternoon. Interment in Naperville cemetery.
The Naperville Clarion
April 15, 1903