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I just noticed that on your document of “Descendants of the Loyalists Thomas and John Robblee” on page 40, The children you have listed for Andy Robblee & Margaret McAuley are the same children listed for John Henry Robblee & Margaret McAulay on the “Descendants of John Robblee and Susanna Baker” if you visit the website http://www.islandregister.com/robblee1.html. I have done no research of my own so I have no insight as to which would be correct but just thought I’d share this question with you as to which parents would be correct.
Thank you. I looked at the .pdf, and find that there is a formatting problem that makes it looks like Andy is the father. Actually, I was attributing the content about Six Robblees (above on page 40) to Andy Robblee.
I can answer the question regarding the children of Andy vs. John Henry. One of them is my paternal grandmother, Margaret Helen Robblee, who married Harry McColley. Her father was John Henry Robblee. She was born in Newton, Mass. in 1903 but moved to Tacoma, Wash. somewhere between the ages of 3-6, and lived there the rest of her life. Interestingly, she married a McColley, which was the same as her mother’s maiden name, only spelled differently (McAulay).
Just interested in the family history as I am the oldest grandson of John and Bessie Robblee of Stow,Mass. Guess as I age I want to reconnect with what I have learned is a Redwood like family tree!!!
I just wanted to thank everyone for everything published here. I have been looking into my mothers side for 4 years and this was one small side that I could not find. We come through Cornelia S. Rublee m. Hayward. You found information that on both sides that I had been trying to find and went through the ceiling when I saw you had a maiden name for Azra Haywards wife Mary…. I am not sure how they made it to the west coast but we are still over here.. Also, I found Maud Merrills mother to be Emma Smith but not a lot to confirm and you have it also which makes me feel good about the research I have done… I was curious about the original country of origin.. I believe I read that it may have been Germany but read that it may have been France. My family line goes from Cornelia, Norman, Hiram, William, William…. Would love to hear back from anyone…. Thank you !!!!! Katy Reynolds
I have more information on Cornelia S. Rublee Hayward. Maud Merrill married her son, Clarence Decatur Hayward. There is more information, of a sensitive nature, so please email me.
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Good Morning, Doug. I see from the site that 2 others have taken DNA Tests and I ;have commented on same. I know DNA testing may open a whole realm of unknown for some, but I hope to interconnect various branches of the family.