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Wiltshire, England Chubb's
Posted by: Don Chubb (ID *****0289) Date: September 10, 2003 at 20:19:46
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My GGFather and GGMother Frederick John Chubb and Emily Poole Chubb emgigrated to America in 1868. They were from the Corton and Upton towns of Wiltshire, England. Have not had any luck in determining vessel that they transited on from England. Would appreciate any assistance in determining this. They at one time, lived in the Litchfield, Hillsdale Co. Michigan area. By the year 1872, they were residing in Guelph, Ontario, Canada area. There was a total of nine children of wish only three survived. The only surviving son, my grandfather, Frederick John William Chubb, born 1879 in Sault Ste marie, Ontario, became a US Citizen in 1900. He later became a Baptist Minister serving throughout the western and central New York State area up to the time of his death (1933) in Gorham, New York State.




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