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Re: Edna Dyke and Karl Scribner, New Hamphire or Vermo
Posted by: Stephen Ryan Date: March 06, 2002 at 11:47:37
In Reply to: Edna Dyke and Karl Scribner, New Hamphire or Vermo by Vicki Scribner of 716


I'm researching the Dyke-Dike family as well.
I don't know if it is the same person, but this is what I have:

The 1880 census in Hillsborough county has Albion (age 40) and Sara (age 29) Dyke. Their two children are Edna (4) and Fred (7 months). I found Fred in the VT 1900 census living with another family. The head of household is a jewler and optician and Fred is listed as "apprentice".

I don't know anything about Albion's wife, Sarah. But Albion is one of eight children of Benjamin Dyke and Clarissa Carpenter. I have been looking for the names of Benjamin's parents for some time, but I have Clarissa's family going back several generations.

My connection with this is that I believe that this same Benjamin Dyke (father of Albion)had a second marriage after Clarissa died in December of 1844. If it is the same Benjamin Dyke, he married Diana Snow on 7 Feb 1847 and had three children. One of these children, William Dyke, is my gg-granfather.


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