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Re: Jethro Furber of Newington, N. H.
Posted by: Patricia Garvin - Griffin (ID *****2348) Date: April 02, 2007 at 10:31:13
In Reply to: Jethro Furber of Newington, N. H. by Richard J. FURBER of 179

Richard J.,
Your Great-Great Grandfather and my Great-Great Grandfather are brothers! My GGGrandfather is John Snell Furber m. Laura Ann Willis. Their Daghter Laura Jane married my GGrandfather George Garvin. Their son Elbridge Furber Garvin is my grandfather. They all lived in Londonderry, NH. I am also a Londonderry native. The historical society has a Furber Pump made by John S. Furber. He owned a well pump company in the north end of town. The house and shop are gone and replaced by a trailer park of all things but it was located next door the the Garvin's home on Old Mammoth Road. It is a beautiful victorian painted lady. So Laura Jane Furber married her neighbor George Garvin. I have an old family photo that may possibly be of John Snell Furber's family. My father and grandfather's given name is Elbridge. In the Decendants of William Furber, they refernece Eldridge. I think it should be Elbridge. Thank you for all your info.


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