About 10 years ago, I began a genealogy report for my kids. I found my way back to John Howland of the Mayflower through Isaac M. Howland (1828-1895) b. St. George N.B. (Source: Beney) or Maine (Source: Census) d. Wisconsin who married Abigail Stoner Sunderland (1836-1911) b. Lee Settlement, St. George N.B. (Source: Beney) or Maine.
Abigail was the daughter of George Richard Sunderland (Abt. 1810-1871) b. England d. Lee Settlement, St. George, N. B.; and Mary McGowan (Abt. 1812-Abt. 1892) b. New Brunswick, d. Lee Settlement, N. B.
Isaac M. Howland was son of Isaac Howland (1794- ?) born on St. John River (??), died in Calais, Maine; and Elizabeth Taylor who died in Calais.
Isaac was son of Ichabod Howland (Abt. 1756-Abt. 1829) b. N. Yarmouth, Maine d. Burton, N. B.; married to Martha Bubier (1761- ?) born Georgetown, N. B. or Georgetown, Maine.
If you are interested in this line, I would be happy to share. My source for most of this information is Charlene Beney who, as I recall, lives in Calais, Maine. (I'm one of those people who didn't realize how important sources would beome.) My interest is information that you may have that can "flesh out" what I have. For instance: what does "on the St. Johns river" mean, do you have more information on the Bubier family, do you have pictures on these lines or family stories???
Let me know if you want this line. I'll send information snail mail so please send me your address. I've not yet been successful emailing big files. Best wishes - Yvonne Price - Oregon
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