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Our Washbourne Family Genealogy: Ancestors of C.E. Washburn
by Vicki Stewart

Overview


OUR WASHBOURNE FAMILY GENEAOLOGY describes the direct ancestoral line of C.E. Washburn going back to William Washburn, who immigrated to the New World from Bengeworth, England in the 1640s; then going back to Medieval England to the k night Sir William de Washbourne in the 1200s.
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Description


OUR WASHBOURNE FAMILY GENEAOLOGY describes the direct ancestoral line of C.E. Washburn going back to William Washburn, who immigrated to the New World from Bengeworth, England in the 1640s. He followed his older brother, John Washburn, who settled in Duxbury, Massachusetts in 1632. It is believed that all the Washburn families in the U.S. today are in some way descendanted from these two Washburn brothers. The Washbourne line descends back to Medieval England, beginning with the knight, Sir William de Washbourne, who was the son of Sampson and the first recorded tenants of Little Washbourne in Worcestershire, England. This period covers the late 1100s and early 1200s.
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About the author


Vicki Stewart and her family moved to Bartlesville, OK in 1980 when her husband, Everett, was hired by Phillips Petroleum Company. Their two children graduated from Bartlesville High School and attended college at their parents' alma mater, Oklahoma State University. Both have successful careers and families of their own. The Stewarts are still in Bartlesville and enjoying their retirement years. Vicki is a retired School Library Media Specialist and began her quest to pursue her interest in genealogy which has pretty much consumed her leisure time for the last 20 years. In addition, she has volunteered numerous hours at the local history museum and was involved in editing and publishing the book, FAMILY HISTORIES OF WASHINGTON COUNTY AREA, OKLAHOMA. She and two other friends soon began working on a book that became a "dream" during the time the FAMILY HISTORIES book was in progress. IF BARTLESVILLE WALLS COULD TALK was the result of their "dream." It is about the prominent homes in Bartlesville built during the Oil Boom in Oklahoma in the early 1900s and the family histories which formulated the unique city of Bartlesville. The book became a local best seller and is currently out of print. The 2nd Edition of BARTLESVILLE WALLS is now in progress. Now that she has put the genealogy of her mother's family in print, she will switch her efforts to finishing the Stewart family genealogy. From there, who knows!!!
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Book details

Genre:HISTORY

Subgenre:United States / State & Local / New England (CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, VT)

Language:English

Pages:152

Paperback ISBN:9781543941043


Overview


OUR WASHBOURNE FAMILY GENEAOLOGY describes the direct ancestoral line of C.E. Washburn going back to William Washburn, who immigrated to the New World from Bengeworth, England in the 1640s; then going back to Medieval England to the k night Sir William de Washbourne in the 1200s.

Read more

Description


OUR WASHBOURNE FAMILY GENEAOLOGY describes the direct ancestoral line of C.E. Washburn going back to William Washburn, who immigrated to the New World from Bengeworth, England in the 1640s. He followed his older brother, John Washburn, who settled in Duxbury, Massachusetts in 1632. It is believed that all the Washburn families in the U.S. today are in some way descendanted from these two Washburn brothers. The Washbourne line descends back to Medieval England, beginning with the knight, Sir William de Washbourne, who was the son of Sampson and the first recorded tenants of Little Washbourne in Worcestershire, England. This period covers the late 1100s and early 1200s.

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About the author


Vicki Stewart and her family moved to Bartlesville, OK in 1980 when her husband, Everett, was hired by Phillips Petroleum Company. Their two children graduated from Bartlesville High School and attended college at their parents' alma mater, Oklahoma State University. Both have successful careers and families of their own. The Stewarts are still in Bartlesville and enjoying their retirement years. Vicki is a retired School Library Media Specialist and began her quest to pursue her interest in genealogy which has pretty much consumed her leisure time for the last 20 years. In addition, she has volunteered numerous hours at the local history museum and was involved in editing and publishing the book, FAMILY HISTORIES OF WASHINGTON COUNTY AREA, OKLAHOMA. She and two other friends soon began working on a book that became a "dream" during the time the FAMILY HISTORIES book was in progress. IF BARTLESVILLE WALLS COULD TALK was the result of their "dream." It is about the prominent homes in Bartlesville built during the Oil Boom in Oklahoma in the early 1900s and the family histories which formulated the unique city of Bartlesville. The book became a local best seller and is currently out of print. The 2nd Edition of BARTLESVILLE WALLS is now in progress. Now that she has put the genealogy of her mother's family in print, she will switch her efforts to finishing the Stewart family genealogy. From there, who knows!!!
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