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Alma Frances Vevers, DOB 1850 Liverpool, England
Posted by: Kris Hoback (ID *****2172) Date: September 22, 2010 at 13:47:58
In Reply to: Re: VEVERS Wm YKS ENG 1700s by Andrew Vevers of 102

I believe that Alma Frances Vevers is my Great Grandmother.

She was born in Liverpool, England on 1/6/1850. She married a ship person/captian by last name of Robison and moved to USA. She was pregnant with my grandmother, Harriett Rosetta Robison. Her husband went back to England and was said to be lost at sea (rumor has it he went to Germany). Alma remarried a to Henry Knight. Harriet was born under last name of Robison, but later changed to Knight. Alma had two other children Harry and May. They all resided in Grand Junction, Colorado where both Henry and Alma died. Alma died May, 1930 at age of 86 years old.

Harriet married Alyson K. Foster and had several children, one was my mother. Edna Gail Foster. My mother married Robert Berton Hoback and had 6 children, I'm Kris Alan Hoback, 43 years old living in Cumming, Georgia.

I believe Alma's parents was William and Harriett Shara...from Rawcliffe, York....

If you have any information about Alma and her marriage to Robison, etc. Please I would greatly apreciate it. I can feel in the gaps in the US side of Alma, but I'm having a hard time going way into past prior to Alma.....

Kris


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