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13th Generation Fairbanks in America (#48218542)
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Bio Photo I am a proud member of the 13th generation of the Fairbanks family in America. Intrepid Puritan spirits Jonathan and Grace Fairbanks sailed to America from England in 1633. Jonathan had a timber house built in Dedham, Massachusetts which still stands today at over 370 years old ( and is listed by the National Park Service as an historic site. The house is the oldest timber frame building in North America. Jonathan and Grace began a family that eventually included U.S. Presidents (the Bush family), U.S. Vice Presidents (#26 Charles Warren Fairbanks), U.S. Senators and State Governors, and even a famous poetess (Emily Dickinson). Our line includes soldiers who fought for our country's freedom in the Revolutionary War (Bunker Hill and The Siege of Boston), the Civil War (Union), World War I, World War II (Normandy) and the Korean War (Chosin Reservoir).

Our family's genealogy was well documented by Lorenzo Sayles Fairbanks in "The Fairbanks Family In America" book, published posthumously in 1898. This publication helped immeasurably in our research. It is my hope that I can also assist people looking for their roots, as others have helped us.
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Charles Dunn
Thank you for adding the photo to this Vietnam vet's site. May he always be remembered. Your work will help with that.
Added by lakewood5 on Jul 23, 2014 10:03 PM
Donna N
Thank you
Thank you for posting the nice photos to these sites. You are appreciated!
Added by Donna N on Jul 18, 2014 9:01 AM
Tracy Samuelson
Recent Berlin Cemetery Photos
Thank you so much for posting so many photos of grave markers in the Berlin Cemetery! You found a lot of my Nicholson and Watson ancestors.
Added by Tracy Samuelson on Jul 16, 2014 2:45 PM
Barbara Lehman
RE: William
Thank You for your kindness.
Added by Barbara Lehman on Jul 16, 2014 10:52 AM
Re; Posting my Father
Thank You so much for posting my Fathers Grave into the Atco Cemetery. Its been a year since he passed and just got up the courage to do so. We the SCHEMELIA FAMILY are very great full.
Added by DeedleJean on Jul 14, 2014 11:03 AM
ToniAnn Mattaliano
Anne Marie De Angelo
Thank you very much for the photograph!
Added by ToniAnn Mattaliano on Jul 11, 2014 2:53 PM
Eileen Telischak
Peter Krenicki photos
Thank you so much for the photos for Peter Krenicki; the family will be thrilled to see them. I always appreciate the work of photo volunteers! Again, many thanks! *Eileen
Added by Eileen Telischak on Jul 11, 2014 2:10 PM
Sanders photos
Thank you for adding all these photos of the Sanders. We appreciate the work you are doing as a photo volunteer and are grateful for these photos.
Added by Mike on Jul 08, 2014 3:22 PM
Gallagher photos
Many thanks for adding the photos. We are appreciative of photo volunteers like you who use their own time and money to make others happy.
Added by KGallagher on Jul 08, 2014 7:54 AM
John and Eileen O'Brien
Thank you so much for adding their photos. the marker looks so clear and easy to read.
Added by PBaker on Jul 08, 2014 7:19 AM
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