15029Re: [Genealogy Research Club] Re: Katherine Eva Twombley Parsons.
- Dec 4 5:22 AMOn 11/24/2011 7:06 AM, Selena wrote:
> In my grandfathers obit her name is listed as Katherine Eva, theI do not think Twombley or variation is a French origin name.
> weird thing is that the marriage certificate has it listed as Kate
> L. On the familysearch.org has a copy of the marriage certificate
> and Thomas is listed as her father, they lived in Cape Neddick, ME.
> There isn't a mother listed. The first source you found was
> interesting as my grandfather had an Aunt Hattie, but the family was
> never talked about. The problem I am finding is that this area has a
> strong French background, so the last name of Twombley and all it's
> different variations is very common.
> bob gillis<robertgillis@...> wrote:
>> What sources indicate that she was born c 1875 in MA to a Thomas
>> and that her middle name was Eva? By searching for William S
>> Parsons I find their marriage but her birthplace and parents are
>> blank. Her name was Kate *L* Twombley and her age was 21 but as
>> the marriage date was 14 Mar she was more likely born in 1874.
In the 1881 Canada Census there are Twombleys and variations in Nova
Scotia and Ontario. None of the NS or ON people have a French sounding
Amos Kk was probably the Amos H found in many earlier Census.
Your evidence leads me to think the Amos family is the correct one.
>> I searched for Kate L Twombley I find:
>> Amos Kk. TWOMBLEY Self M Male W 58 NH Stone
>> Mason NH NH Catharine TWOMBLEY Wife M Female W 55
>> MA Keeps House MA MA Hattie M. TWOMBLEY Dau S Female
>> W 32 MA Seamstress NH MA Kate M. TWOMBLEY Dau S
>> Female W 18 NH At Home NH MA Alice K. TWOMBLEY
>> Dau S Female W 14 NH At School NH MA
>> Census Place Ward 3, Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire
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