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Theodore Fitzgerald of New Hampshire and Maine
Posted by: Deborah Shoemaker (ID *****0633) Date: August 16, 2004 at 06:59:33
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I am trying to gathter information on my Fitzgerald Line. I have little information about this line. My grandfather Rodney Leon Fitzgerald was born in Greenland, NH. 29 Oct 1890. His mothers name was Mary E. Fitzgerald and she was born in 1868. I also have and obituary for Ralph N. Lewis age 61, born 24 Feb 1902 York, Me son of Alonzo E. and Mary ( Fitzgerald) Lewis. This obituary was in my grandmothers bible so I feel that this Mary almost had to be my g-grandmother since my grandmother was married to Rodney. I have been trying to track Mary down for years and have been looking in Maine and Massachusetts. As she was single when Rodney was born, we never connected NH. We thought maybe she had gone away from home to have him with those three New England states being so close together

Now here is where I get the Theodore part
I found on the 1880 NH census the following informaiton for Stratham, Rockingham, New Hampshire. to save space all have birthplace of mother and father in ME

Theodore Fitzgerald Self Male W 43 ME Farm Laborer
Jane S. Fitzgerald Wife Female W 40 ME Keeping House
Samel L. Fitzgerald Son Male W 15 ME Farm Laborer
Mary E. Fitzgerald Dau Female W 12 NH Attending School
Lilla F. Fitzgerald Dau Female W 9 ME
Jeremiah L. Fitzgerald Son Male W 5 NH
Theodore H. Fitzgerald Son Male W 6M NH

I am trying to gather information to see if this could be my g-grandmother's family. If anyone has any information to help me prove or disprove the connection I would appreciate the help.


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