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Re: Brewer Family of Southport, Maine
Posted by: Garry Clark Date: September 22, 2000 at 18:31:20
In Reply to: Re: Brewer Family of Southport, Maine by Jean of 8986

Jean your Isaac is a brother to my Alfred.The family goes like this Lydia born sept 17,1796 set.in Boston Susanna b.July16,1797 m.John Love Jr. Mary b.March 3,1799 m.James Campbell David b.Sept 29,1800 Nancy b.Sept.5,1802 m.in Boston James Jr.b.July 25,1804 d.1824 Charles b.Sept.7,1806 Alfred b.June 22,1808 Silas b.July 16,1812 d.Aug.18,1847 Mitchell b.Sept.1,1815 m.Abigail Gardner,Boston he d.Dec.25,1895 she d.Oct.16,1897 a.77 Their chil.were Joseph C. Rozilla,Pembroke,Elizabeth,Adelia,Florence J. ,Isaac Amasa b.June 7,1818 d.Feb.23,1867 Isaac b.Sept.13,1820 m.Martha A. Cameron lived on south, he d.July 19,1897 she d.Feb.27,1884 This is from the book History of Boothbay, southport,and Boothbay Harbor. Do you know the childred of Issac other then your ggrandmother just looking for birth,death,who they married and when they got married.I like doing the brother and sisters of by greats.And their childred only. If you want information on this family let me know i will be going to the State Lib. soon.Talk to you later Bye G.Clark


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