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Re: Luke Furber Farmington, NH
Posted by: Bonnie Ruff (ID *****6323) Date: September 07, 2002 at 09:39:30
In Reply to: Re: Luke Furber Farmington, NH by Warren Furber of 179

Okay, I have it straight now. You also enlightened me as to who the parents were of a Richard Furber who I had in my data bank that was married to Mary Shackford. It ended up being your Richard Furber Sr. Do you have DOB's on this couple. I don't as they weren't my connection. I too descend from Nehemiah Furber who married Abigail Leighton with their daughter Alice who married Capt Timothy Roberts Jr. Then to Margaret Peggy Roberts who married William Henderson Sr. b 1762 to their daughter Susan Roberts Henderson b 1801 Rochester, NH who married William Willey. Their daughter was Abigail M Willey b 1842 Brookfield, NH who married Warren Burrows b 1836 to son Howard Willey Burrows b 1859 Brookfield, NH who married 3rd Marcy Mae Kimball b 1878 Wolfeboro to my grandfather Warren Dean (Scottie) Burroughs b 1900 d 1979 who married Madeline White b 1906 No. Rochester, NH d 1997 Rochester, NH to Ramona who married William Brown Sr of Cape Cod, then me. Ok, sorry about all my lineage. Got carried away.


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