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Re: Dube, Dubay, Dubey, Duby, Dubie Genealogy Books available
Posted by: Chuck DuBay (ID *****9153) Date: March 09, 2004 at 12:24:24
In Reply to: Dube, Dubay, Dubey, Duby, Dubie Genealogy Books available by Linda Dube of 308

Hi Linda:
Just thought i would say hello-glad you've got your book done.
I've got my Dube' line complete, they weren't a very active family and not much to write about.
I also have my mothers family "The Albee's" back to 1637 when the first one landed in Boston from Norwich , England.
what diffence in info ,i have a book 4" deep full of info about them, also i found i had 4 relations that fought in the American Revolution, one at Concord -Lexington and Bunker Hill. I joined the Sons Of American Revolution through them and became the genealogist for out local group.
My grandfather and 3 generations before him were sea captains sailing out of Wiscasset and Bath , Maine all over the world.
I did find one interesting connection when i got in touch with a decendant of one of Matheran's brother who stayed in France.
But he was much younger and not real interested in persuing the connection. chuck

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