Author Archives: Douglas Detling
Shared photo galleries and folders of interest to Roblee researchers have been moved to a new web site due to the previous site being phased out. The new address for the photo gallery is: https://douglasdetling.smugmug.com/Roblees Some shared photographs are already in … Continue reading
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Cindy Walcott, on behalf of those researching the Roblee family, has updated her earlier work on the presumed descendants of William Rublier and Abigail Brush. The report is available for downloading from the link below. Unlike previous versions (which … Continue reading
An e-mail message was sent to the Roblee mailing list at RootsWeb by Cindy Walcott, a dedicated member of the Roblee Researchers group. The message is quoted below. Cindy and I agreed to assemble a document, post here on our … Continue reading
Bob Robblee of Alberta, Canada, and Cindy Walcott of Vermont have collaborated on a major piece of research on two possible sons of Andrew Rublier. Thomas and John Robblee were Loyalists who settled in Nova Scotia, Canada. They have many … Continue reading
We have completed the upgraded software for the Roblee Researchers web site, and tghe system should be stable now. We apologize if you were unable to view the site at any time in the last 72 hours.
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Cindy Walcott, on behalf of those researching the Roblee family, has updated her earlier work on the presumed descendants of William Rublier and Abigail Brush. The report is available for downloading from the link below. Here’s Cindy’s introduction to the … Continue reading
I am in the process of developing a general bibliography that will help researchers place their ancestors in a historical context, and am soliciting comments and additions for this. A new page will be available on the web site listing … Continue reading
Welcome to the new home of the Roblee researchers web site. Materials from our old site will be available shortly.