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Re: Stubblebines in eastern PA.
Posted by: Margaret Helminska Date: January 08, 2000 at 07:27:31
In Reply to: Stubblebines in eastern PA. by Richard Baker of 10

The Stubblebines in my family are from Chester County in eastern Pennsylvania. My gr-gr-gr-grandmother was Hannah Stubblebine (1812-1895)who married John Hiram Houck. They are buried in St. Peter's Cemetery, Knauertown PA.

I have a fair bit of information about their children, but they are Houcks. I do not yet know the names of Hannah's parents,siblings, or grandparents.

One source for information on the Stubblebines in Chester County is at this website:

According to this, the name is Dutch and originally Stoppelbein. Several of the Stubblebines were involved in an unusual religious group called the Battle-Axes. I am going to send a separate posting about this.


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