|John Burbank (#47228685)|
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I am a retired American Baptist clergyman having served as pastor of First Baptist, Bristol VT, Assoc. Executive Minister of the VT Baptist State Convention, and pastor of First Baptist, St. Albans VT. I am retired from the U. S. Naval Reserve (Chaplain Corps). Educated at Forestdale Graded School (Brandon VT), Bristol High School-1952 (Bristol VT), Bethel College-1959 and Bethel Theological Seminary-1963 (St. Paul MN). |
When I married my wife from Starksboro VT in 1955, I found she was related to most of the early settlers: Bidwell, Brooks, Brown, Clifford, Hanson, Hill, Mason, Smith, Stokes, and Thompson.
My mother was a Dean from Monkton VT so I have many early ancestors in that town: Dean, Follett, French, Smith, and Stilson.
My father's Burbank ancestors came from Chelsea, Sharon and Tunbridge VT and earlier from Millbury and Rowley MA with the many usual collateral lines.
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|Alan Lathrop||George Hill|
Thank you John. Not sure how I did that but think I failed in the math. I did have July 4 1939 also.
|Alan Lathrop||Georgie Butterfield|
John, thanks for the parent name. I guess I was sleeping on that one. I had the parents buried in Maple and connected them. I guess that didn't get me any farther in linking her to my GG-grandfather's family where she is buried. My not be a link but might find one later on. Alan
|Barb Destromp||Alice Adele Whittemore Christian|
I had to change her last name to Christian, since she did married for the 3rd time.
My mother was a Whittemore.. but I haven't been able to connect Alice's grand parents to my mother's line yet...My mother's family came out of Eden. Our first Vermont ancestor arrived there around 1800...
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