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Subject: Re: [GENMASSACHUSETTS] Jackman
Date: Mon, 2 Apr 2007 17:15:47 EDT
I see...so Albion is a misspelling of Alburn's name?
It may be that he is listed in the Industry (Allen's Mills) census for that
period. His older brother Rosealvin Robbins lived there.
Now it also makes sense as Grampy wrote in his diary that Ab got married
(was an entry in his diary for 1891) and then he mentions him bringing her over
to Chesterville to meet the family...and "we like her very much".
This is great info! Never knew about wife #1! Always wondered why they
married so late in life, but Alburn and Charles had gone to California together
in the 1870's (?) but were back in Maine by 1880's, as Charles married then.
Alburn could be anywhere in the area...Jay, Strong, Wilton, Farmington,
Industry... I guess.
Much appreciation, Diane!
In a message dated 4/2/2007 3:52:50 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
This what I am finding.
I show that Mary E. Butler and Albion (Alburn C. Robbins) Married on
His Second wife Ida was not born unti 1878-1880, so they couldn't have
married in 1891. They married in 1903 and had two daughters. Evelyn and
Albion/Alburn is listed in the 1900 census as living with his brother
Charles is Chesterville. Listed as married for 8 years. No wife shown on
census. Not sure where Mary went. Which matches with the 1891 marriage
I haven't located Alburn and Ida in the 1910 census. Found them in 1920
with two daughters. B, 1904 and 1905
I checked the Strong census and the Chesterville and Industry census's for
1910 and nothing shows up. Will keep looking.
Diane L. Badger
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