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Re: [BroadBayMEGen] 6 Days visiting Cushing, Friendship, Waldoboro

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  • Lynn914@aol.com
    Jon, Congratulations on the new son-in-law and finding more information on your family. Sounds like you had a wonderful week. Lynn
    Message 1 of 4 , Sep 29, 2001
      Jon,
      Congratulations on the new son-in-law and finding more information on your
      family. Sounds like you had a wonderful week.


      Lynn
    • benner55
      ... lot of time ... Friendship ... Great, ... Smith of ... Great ... March 27, ... and died in ... Grandmother ... August 27, ... Bay Families ... genealogy
      Message 2 of 4 , Feb 4, 2007
        --- In BroadBayMEGen@yahoogroups.com, JonNormandin@... wrote:
        >
        > Hi Folks,
        >
        > I just got back from 6 days at a cottage in Cushing. I spent a
        lot of time
        > at the German Cemetery in Waldoboro, The Waldoboro Library, The
        Friendship
        > Library and Waldoboro Town Clerks Office. I finally identified my
        Great,
        > Great Uncles wife. Edward Brackett, Jr., was married to Lillian
        Smith of
        > Elsworth. I still haven't identified the parents of my Great,
        Great
        > Grandmother, Sarah J. Wotton who married Edward Brackett, Sr., on
        March 27,
        > 1856. Sarah J. Wotton was born in Friendship February 17, 1835,
        and died in
        > Waldoboro on March 17, 1874, Just after the birth of my Great
        Grandmother
        > Sarah (Sadie) Belle Brackett. Sadie married John Henry Martel on
        August 27,
        > 1895, at Waldoboro. John Henry was from Worcester, Ma.
        >
        > Anyone working on the Wotton Family?
        >
        > There was a bit of information in file folders on various Broad
        Bay Families
        > in both libraries. This was an excellent vacation from a
        genealogy
        > standpoint.
        >
        > My Daughter, Sarah J. Normandin was married September 23, 2001, in
        a civil
        > ceremony to Wayland James Cole at the German Protestant Society
        Church in
        > Waldoboro. That was the purpose of our week there.
        >
        > Jon Normandin
        > Burlington, Vermont
        ========================================
        Hope you can use this?
        -mark benner-
        benner3@...

        Descendants of Sarah J. Wotton;

        1 Sarah J. Wotton b: Feb. 17, 1835 Frendship- d: March 17, 1874
        Waldoboro
        ......(husb.) Edward Brackett b: April 06, 1832 Winn, Maine d: Dec.
        06, 1896 Waldoboro
        ..........m: March 27, 1856 Waldoboro (son of Elijah and
        Elizabeth (Blakemore) Brackett)
        ....(A) Lawrence D. Brackett b: Sept. 09, 1856 Waldoboro- d: Aug.
        26, 1857 Waldoboro
        ....(B) Mary I. Brackett b: Sept. 05, 1858 Waldoboro- d: Aug. 09,
        1906 Waldoboro
        ....(C) Cora Emma Brackett b: Jan. 15, 1861 Waldoboro- d: Oct. 08,
        1914 Waldoboro
        ............(husb.)Charles Webster Creamer b: Sept. 29, 1860
        Waldoboro- d: Sept. 03, 1937 Waldoboro
        ................m: Sept. 27, 1881 Camden, Maine (son of Danby L.
        and Mary L. (Parker) Creamer)
        ........(1) Edward Hale Creamer b: Aug. 04, 1882- d: Aug. 22,
        1894
        ........(2) Lulu Adams Creamer b: March 30, 1884- d: June 19, 1969
        Bristol, Maine
        ...............(husb.) Chester Lester Light (son
        of Nathaniel Light)
        ........(3) Grace Emma Creamer b: Dec. 31, 1885- d: Nov. 03, 1912
        ...............(husb.) Charles Cecil Small b: April 12, 1888
        Blanchard, Maine- d: 1914
        ..................m: Sept. 28, 1907 Gilford, Maine
        ........(4) Clerance Leland Creamer b: Nov. 20, 1887- d: April 14,
        1976
        ...............(wife) Sylvia Margaret Adiorne b: April 12, 1888
        Blanchard, Maine- d: Feb. 14, 1976
        ..................m: June 28, 1911
        ........(5) Ernest Everett Creamer b: Oct. 13, 1890- d: Nov. 02,
        1961
        ...............(husb.) Louis A. Spoffard m: May 01, 1914
        ........(6) Hazel Belle Creamer b: Jan. 02, 1892- d: ____, Sanford,
        Maine
        ...............(husb.) William H. Milligan b: Feb. 28, 1888- d:
        ____, Sanford, Maine
        ........(7) Lois May Creamer b: Sept. 12, 1895-
        ........(8) Roland Brackett Creamer b: Sept. 14, 1897 Waldoboro- d:
        Feb. 01, 1971 Waldoboro
        ...............(wife) Laura Edna Hutchins b: Feb. 10, 1899 Peabody,
        Mass- d: Feb. 24, 1980 Damariscotta, Maine
        ..................m: November 03, 1923 Auburn, Maine (dau. of Claude
        S. and Laura M. (Duncan) Hutchins)
        ....(D) Edward E. Brackett b: Dec. 07, 1862 Waldoboro-d: Feb. 03,
        1936 Waldoboro
        ............(wife) Lillian Smith b: April 1864
        Maine m: Abt. 1889 Elsworth, Maine
        ....(E) Annie B. Brackett b: 1866 Waldoboro- d: Feb. 09, 1874
        Waldoboro
        ....(F) Minnie I. Brackett b: June 24, 1869 Waldoboro- d: Oct. 26,
        1942 Waldoboro
        ...........(husb.) Elmer K. Eugley b: Sept. 01, 1864 Waldoboro- d:
        Jan. 03, 1958 Waldoboro
        .............. m: Abt. 1889 (son of Eben K. and Mary A. (________)
        Eugley)
        ....(G) Sarah Belle Brackett b: Jan. 30, 1874 Waldoboro- d: April
        16, 1963 Gardner, Mass.
        ............(husb.) John Henry Martel b: Dec. 14, 1861 Albany, New
        York- d: Sept, 01, 1946, Leominster, Mass.
        ................m: Aug. 27, 1895 Waldoboro (son of Henri and
        Eleanor (Mendez) Martel)
        ........(1) C├ęcelia Amelia Martel b: Jan. 31, 1897 Worcester, Mass.-
        d: Dec. 29, 1968 Worcester, Mass.
        ..............(husb.) Elmer Edwards Normandin, Sr. b: Nov. 14, 1897
        Hudson, Mass. d: Jan. 09, 1981 Grafton, .................Mass. m:
        Jan. 01, 1916 Worcester, Mass. (son of Olivier E. and Ida M. (Green)
        Normandin)
        ........(2) Edward Brackett Martel b: May 25, 1902 Worcester, Mass.-
        d: Feb. 18, 1962 Hanover, New Hampshire
        ...............(1st wife) Loretta Josephine Lavall b: May 26, 1900
        Pawtucket, Rhode Island- d: March 11, 1942
        Leominster, ..................Mass. (dau. of John and Josephine M.
        (Ramsey) Lavall
        ...............(2nd Wife) Dorothy E. Spill b: 1900 Leominster, Mass.-
        d: 1944 m: July 17, 1943 Leominster, Mass.
        ..................(dau. of Fredrick S. and Rosa A. (Daly) Spill
        ...............(3rd Wife) Alice E. Flint b: Feb. 24, 1912 Worcester,
        Mass.- d:Dec.__.1991, New Hampshire
        ...................(dau. of Hobart S. and Mabel (Price) Flint)
        ........(3) Eleonore Gloria Martel b: Dec. 25, 1911 Worcester, Mass.
        d: Nov. 07, 1976 Leominster, Mass.
        ................(husb.) Lester Burton Grimes b: Feb.10, 1913
        Clinton, Mass.- d: Sept. 08, 1953 Leominster, Mass.
        ...................m: February 21, 1942 Leominster, Mass. (son of
        Issac B. and Mabel F. (Brock) Grimes)
      • JonNormandin@AOL.COM
        Hi Mark, That definitely is my family and that is the work I ve done on it. I ve given it to a lot of people so there is no telling the route that brought
        Message 3 of 4 , Feb 4, 2007
          Hi Mark,
           
          That definitely is my family and that is the work I've done on it.  I've given it to a lot of people so there is no telling the route that brought the information to you.  Thank you for passing it on.  
           
          In the 1850 census there is a Sarah Wharton, born about 1835 living in the home/farm of Benjamin Kaler, Jane A., Alden O. and Sarah Wharton. I do believe that Jane was a common name in the Wotton family.  By 1860 the Benjamin Kaler family has moved to Waldoboro.  There was no Sarah Wharton living with them.  I think I need to find the maiden name of Jane A. Kaler.  I wonder if she was a Wharton/Wotton.  
           
          Thanks. 
           
          Jon Normandin
          Burlington, Vermont
           
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