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Re: Marion ME....Hattie Bridges reply
Posted by: Michael Frost (ID *****3364) Date: April 19, 2004 at 00:46:19
In Reply to: Re: Marion ME....where to look in 1900 &1910 census?? by sally rowe of 923

The following is a reply to Mike Frosts posting.
I am unable to respond via the forum for some reason so am sending this reply to your inquiry. by( Heidibeth )

Hattie is the child of Edwin P. Bridges as indicated in the prior posting by his second wife Sally (Sarah). She was born in 1887. I do not have death record for her.

1900 census Marion Maine (Other townships, Washington County)

Edwin P. b 1838, millman (probably the lumber mill)
Sarah J. (Sally) b 1858
Oscar b 1883
Hattie, b 1887
Ethel A. b 1872

George Frost is in Marion (Other, dist 283, Washington County)

George F. 31, married twice, married first at 16, born Canada, Father born Maine, Mother born Canada
Mill owner, box mill (age sb 54 yrs)

Katherine F., wife, 40, married once, married at 16, 6 children, 6 living
Born Canada, Father born Vermont, Mother born Maine

Smith O. 15
Lawrence N. 14
George F.11 (......My father...)
Florence K. 9
Russell J. 5
John M. 4

I can't tell you anything more about Hattie but have info on her ancestors and the town of Marion. You may want to contact Sally Rowe who posted just above you, she is connected to a daughter of Edwin's from his first marriage. Anything else I can help you with let me know.

THANKS for the information,,,,
Hattie's daughter is still alive... my Aunt.
Can Sally Rowe contact me and lay out Hattie's family
for me. Up to now Hattie birth date and family have been a mystry.



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