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Re: Researching Oxford Surnames
Posted by: Joy Wiggin-Robbins (ID *****1377) Date: January 19, 2004 at 16:08:09
In Reply to: Re: Researching Oxford Surnames by R. Isherwood of 487

Yes, it's the same Albert. My mother is the "Vera", but her middle initial is not "M"; it was "K" for Katherine. She is deceased....they all are now. Your information gives me an immigration date, which is great. I didn't have that at all. Rhoda Babb died young. Vina and her daughter, Beatrice are both deceased. A bit of trivia: they married brothers! (Vina's second marriage). I would like to find Glady's eldest daughter, Lucy Armstrong Bean, if I could. I think she is back living in ME somewhere. If anyone reading this knows her, ask her to contact me, please. We lost contact about 20 years ago.

I am seeking the origins of the parents of Mary Peters Babb(wife) ...specially her mother commonly called Lucy Hebert Peters (NS, Canada) who was married to Robert Pitre/Peters (PEI,Canada) in NB; and most of the children, if not all of them, were born in NB, Canada. Lucy's birth name was Helene Hebert, but she was also known as Ursule Hebert. When they got to Maine she was called LUCY (and you will even find her last name as ABBOTT...which I guess sounds a bit like the French pronunceation of Hebert!).

I have Gr-grandpa Robert Pitre's genealogy. Gr-grandma Helene/Ursule Hebert is my brick wall.

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