I have letters to and from her maybe her family would like them?

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found in a box many letters pertaining to her dressmaking craft and her investments before the stockmarket crash. Nice to get them into the hands of the family.
in Genealogy Help by Carl Nocera G2G Rookie (250 points)

2 Answers

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From the census, her father was born in NH, mother NY,  and she was born in PA.

My grandmother Edith Gladys Wetherbee was born in Edenboro, Erie County, PA and her grandfather, Horace Warren Wetherbee, Sr. was born in Bath, NH where he was a sawmill operator (a lumberman). His grandfather was Oliver Wetherbee who was born and died in Brookline, Hillsborough, NH.
by Frank Gill G2G Astronaut (2.7m points)
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I've got several Wetherbee's from out east...mostly Mass....trying to see if I have a Caroline.  Do you have some years (assuming 1900's with stockmarket, but thought I'd ask to clarify) How cool that would be!!  Thanks, Robin
by Living Ziebert G2G1 (1.7k points)
My Wetherbee grandmother's line traces back to Oliver Wetherbee who was born in Pepperell, Middlesex, MA in 1774. He married Sarah Stone who was b. in Ashby, Middlesex, MA in 1773. Olver and Sarah married at Townsend, Middlesex, MA in 1793.

I'm trying to see if any of my MA Wetherbees connect to the ones you have in MA. Oliver's grandfather, David Wetherbee, Jr. was b. at Stow, Middlesex, MA and he married Agness. David's father, also a David, was b 1685 at Stow, Middlesex, MA. He married Mercy Brown in Stow, MA, about 1714. David's father was John Wetherbee, b England, married Lydia Moore at Stow, MA in 1684. John and Lydia both died in MA.

Do you see any connection here with your Massachusetts Wetherbee line?

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