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Josephine (Loomis) Stubblefield (1850 - 1888)

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Josephine Stubblefield formerly Loomis
Born in Columbus, Columbia, Wisconsinmap
Ancestors ancestors
[sibling(s) unknown]
Wife of — married in Arkansasmap
Descendants descendants
Died in Imnaha, Wallowa, Oregonmap
Profile last modified | Created 5 Feb 2014
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Josephine was born in 1850. Josephine was the child of Franklin Loomis and Eliza Peters.

Franklin Loomis died 06 Apr 1855 in Columbus, Columbia, Wisconsin, leaving Eliza Jane Peters Loomis a young widow with young children. Josephine is found next in the 1860 census of Dallas County, Texas, living with her mother, Eliza Jane, and her step-father, Charles Root, and their combined families. Josephine Loomis' grandparents, David and Matilda Peters, are living next door.

Charles Root was killed by Indians, and Eliza Jane, still young and once again a widow with young children, married third, William K. (Billy) Stubblefield. They had two children in Texas, to add to the Loomis and Root children of Eliza Jane. Indian troubles became so fierce that Eliza and Billy pulled up roots and went to Arkansas, accompanied by her parents, David and Matilda Peters. Matilda Peters died on the journey, September 2, 1866, in Lawrence county, Missouri.

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See also:

  • Descendants of Joseph Loomis in America, database online, Extracted from Elias Loomis, (Berea Ohio, self-pub. by Loomis, 1909), page 553.
  • Source: S33 Cleon Roberts, Charley Newell Shot!, The Amber Quill Press, 828 West Park Avenue, Hereford, Texas, 79045-4002; Repository: #R5 Library of Congress Cat. No. 2002090720. Cleon Roberts spent four years doing the research for this book on the life and times of Charles Calloway Cooper Newell. Mr. Roberts, a former history teacher and long-time resident of the Texas Panhandle, thoroughly documented this biography of Charlie Newell, his family and associates.
  • Repository: R5 Library of Congress, 101 Independence Ave. SE Washington, DC, 20540, For research questions, see the library information page: Library of Congress Research 202-707-8000 The Library of Congress

Josephine is a Puritan Great Migration Descendant

John Skinner is the 6th great grandfather of Josephine Loomis
1. Josephine is the daughter of Eliza Jane (Peters) Stubblefield [confident]
2. Eliza is the daughter of David Peters [confident]
3. David is the son of Lydia (Day) Peters [confident]
4. Lydia is the daughter of Ann (Loomis) Day [confident]
5. Ann is the daughter of Joanah (Skinner) Loomis [unknown confidence]
6. Joanah is the daughter of John Skinner [confident]
7. John is the son of Joseph Skinner [unknown confidence]
8. Joseph is the son of John Skinner [confident]
This makes John the sixth great grandfather of Josephine.

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Josephine is 18 degrees from Claude Monet, 19 degrees from Gigi Tanksley and 17 degrees from Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.

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