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From: "Wm. C. Jerome Stonebraker" <>
Subject: Re: [STONEBRAKER] Re: John Stonebraker
Date: Fri, 22 Feb 2002 09:53:38 -0800
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Hello there, this reply is mainly to learn if your Stonebrakers are German
or have Scot ancestry. My Stonebrakers were supposedly proud to be Scotch
and Scotch-Irish. William Isaiah is my great-grandfather and I haven't been
able to trace him to the midwest for brothers, sisters or parents. He also
is supposed to have fathered a first family, then traveled to Oregon in 1960
where (Umatilla County) my grandfather was born in 1861. If you know
anything about the Scot side or William Isaiah, I'd appreciate learning more
from you, and thank you for your posting. I get the Rootsweb messageboard
messages for Stonebrakers, but so far, they all trace back to German
ancestry and my grandfather insisted we weren't from tht line when he
related family facts to my own father. Take care, and thanks again.

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Subject: [STONEBRAKER] Re: John Stonebraker

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> Ken,
> I received the Stonebraker book as a Christmas present. I thoroughly enjoy
it. However, it seems that my ancestors may have been in the line that is
not discussed in this book. Do you anyone that has a copy of Mary Ann
Brady's book which is supppoded to discuss this other line in detail.
> My John Stonebraker was born in 1808 in PA.I don't yet know the name of
his first wife with whom he fathered 5 children. He had at least aanother 5
children with his second wife Ellen Blake b.1825 Harford County.MD. He was
living in Harford County, MD from at least 1850 until he died in 1883 and
was buried there.
> He may fit into one of the lines in "The Stonebrakers in America" but I
haven't found it as of yet. Any help is appreciated. Thanks
> Mary Ellen, in MD
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