Descendants of Isaac Abbe
Generation No. 1
Children of I
2. i. I
3. ii. E
4. iii. A
5. iv. A
6. v. S
7. vi. Z
8. viii. N
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Residence: Lived in Chaplin.
Generation No. 2
9. i. I
10. ii. D
11. iii. N
Children of E
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Children of A
12. i. S
Child of A
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13. i. A
14. ix. D
Children of S
15. i. C
Children of Z
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Child of N
16. i. J
Generation No. 3
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Health: 1813, May have died from the Spotted Plague, from flying squirrels.
Child of I
Health: 1813, May have died from the Spotted Plague, from flying
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Notes (Facts Pg): Possibly her mother was Darla Potts?
Children of D
17. i. L
Notes (Facts Pg): May 01, 1799, Lot 6 of 1st Concession (Hamilton) About 3
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Burial: Pioneer Cemetery, Whitby East Twp., Ontario, Canada
Children of N
18. iii. I
19. iv. N
20. v. L
21. vi. O
22. vii. D
23. viii. J
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Notes (Facts Pg): Living in 1824.
Notes (Facts Pg): Living in 1869.
24. ix. M
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Burial: Trinity United Church Cemetery, Collingwood, Ontario, Canada
Notes (Facts Pg): May have been a Blackfoot Indian girl that Clement married
and migrated to Collingwood, Ontario, Canada.
Children of C
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25. vii. C
Residence: 1850, Hector Twp., Tompkins Co., NY
Children of J
Generation No. 4
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Burial: Lakeview Cemetery, Newtonville, Clark Twp., Durham, Ontario, Canada
Children of L
26. i. C
27. ii. O
28. iii. H
29. iv. L
30. v. E
31. vi. D
32. vii. J
Children are listed above under (17) Lucinda Bradley.
Burial: Port Hope, Durham Co., Ontario, Canada
Notes (Facts Pg): A man of quiet and retiring disposition.
Occupation: Carpenter and Farmer
Burial: October 09, 1865, Mobile National Cemetery, Plot: 2 0 303,
Health: He died on the day his regiment was discharged due to disease
from hardships of army life.
Notes (Facts Pg): Mobile National Cemetery records indicate date of
death and burial as 10/9/1864.
33. ii. W
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Notes (Facts Pg): May have been murdered by her husband for her
brother Isaac's money.
Notes (Facts Pg): May have murdered her for Elizabeth Abbey's brother
34. iv. S
35. v. O
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Census: 1860, Lived in Byron Twp., Fond du Lac Co., WI.
Notes (Facts Pg): Served with Co. E, 38th Infantry, Wisconsin
36. vii. A
Burial: Oshawa Pioneer Cemetery
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Burial: Lived in Whitby East Twp, Home Dist., Upper Canada
Occupation: Was an Elder in the Canadian Christian Church
37. i. E
38. ii. J
39. iii. P
40. iv. A
41. v. E
42. vi. J
43. vii. J
44. viii. C
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45. x. L
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Notes (Facts Pg): February 20, 1854, Tom Worthington sold the N 1/2 of the NE
1/4 Section 6 Lomira Twp., Dodge Co., WI to Orin Abbey. On 2/13/1860 Orin and
his wife Abigail sold this parcel to Frank Lewis.
Child of O
Residence: Living in Manitoulin, Canada in 1871.
46. ii. L
Burial: Harriston Cemetery, Harriston, Ontario, Canada
47. i. J
48. iii. O
49. vii. S
50. i. R
Children of M
Generation No. 5
Burial: Vicksburg, MS. A grave marker is at Union Cemetery, Milladore,
Milladore Twp., Wood Co., WI
Military service: Enlisted as a Corporal 12/9/1861 "A" Company, 14th Inf.
Pension: December 1861, Enlisted 12/1861 No. 15,568
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Burial: Union Cemetery, Milladore, Milladore Twp., Wood Co., WI
Immigration: England about 1834
Notes (Facts Pg): County Seat was Bodmin
51. i. L
52. ii. I
53. iii. W
54. iv. M
55. v. C
Burial: Lakeview Cemetery, Newtonville, Clarke Twp., Durham, Ontario, Canada
Occupation: Carpenter or Farmer
Residence: Hope Township, Canada
Residence: Clarke Township, Canada
Children of O
56. i. E
Burial: Lakeview Cemetery, Newtonville, Clark Twp., Durham, Ontario,
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Children of H
57. i. E
Notes (Facts Pg): Unmarried
58. i. E
59. iv. L
60. ii. C
61. ii. M
Burial: Carnduff, Saskatchewan, Canada
62. iii. S
63. iv. H
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Burial: Lakeview Cemetery
Burial: Byron Cemetery, Byron Twp., Fond du Lac Co., WI
Notes (Facts Pg): As his father died when he was a child of about nine, he
was early thrown upon his own resources. From the time he was 15 he was
dependant upon his own efforts. With the family he came from Canada to
Sheboygan, WI in 1849.
Occupation: 1860, Laborer
Children of W
Burial: Or Mary Abbey born May, 1867
64. iii. G
65. v. E
66. vi. L
Residence: Paynesville, MN
Residence: Lived in Paynesville, MN.
Residence: Lived in Benedict, ND
Residence: Lived in San Diego, CA
Adoption: 1880, Suttin, NE
Burial: Prairie Home Cemetery, Gilby Twp., Grand Forks Co., ND
Naturalization: 1870, Naturalized from Canada in 1870 (per 1900 census)
Residence: 1900, Lived in Gilby Twp., Grand Forks Co., ND
Immigration: November 09, 1853, Immigrated from England in 1853
Naturalization: 1882, Naturalized from England per 1900 US Census
67. ii. C
Health: Died from typhoid fever.
Children of P
68. i. O
69. ii. O
Residence: Lived in East Whitby, Canada
Residence: Lived in Orono, Canada
Notes (Facts Pg): Moved to Mariposa Twp., then ran a grocery in Toronto,
Child of L
Child of S
Children of R
Generation No. 6
Immigration: 1860, France
Military service: October 31, 1861, Enlisted in Fond du Lac Co., WI.
Reinlisted at Vicksburg December 11, 1863 for a period of three years or less.
Wounded at Vicksburg left arm and right side. Mustered out 10/9/1865.
Residence: In 1923 she lived with Dixon , probably still in Wood Co., WI
Notes (Facts Pg): 1902, Moved to CA.
Residence: Lived in Woodland, CA in 1923.
Nickname: Referred to as Willie A. in 1923 article.
Burial: March 11, 1957, Valhalla Cemetery, Milwaukee, WI
Residence: Lived in Portland, OR in 1923.
Residence: Lived in Marathon Co., WI in 1923.
Residence: Lived in Hope, ND in 1923.
Notes (Facts Pg): The 1923 Wood Co. article says he operates the
Brookside Dairy Farm on the land owned by his father. He rents from his
mother and does general farming and dairying. He had been the foreman of
the farm for his father. His mother lives with him.
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Burial: Forest Hill Cemetery, Wisconsin Rapids, Wood Co., WI
Residence: An article written in 1923 about Wood Co. said she was
living in Rudolph Twp.,, Wood Co., WI.
Burial: April 19, 1965, Forest Hill Cemetery, Wisconsin Rapids, Wood
Notes (Facts Pg): Lived with Gertrude in IN in 1965.
Burial: Or 1850
Burial: Lived in Duluth, MN
Notes (Facts Pg): Lived in Duluth, MN
Occupation: Tenant farmer near Dodgeville, WI
Military service: WWI Draft Registration Creek #1, Oklahoma
Occupation: May have been in the oil well drilling business with his
Burial: December 19, 1976, Dodgeville, Iowa Co., WI
Occupation: 1900, Day Laborer.
Burial: October 04, 1986, Eastside Cemetery, Dodgeville, Iowa Co., WI
Burial: Salem (Swede) Cemetery, Farmington Twp., Waupaca Co., WI
Notes (Facts Pg): July 29, 1911, Lived before marriage in Spokane, WA
at 2124 1st Avenue.
Burial: November 21, 1962, Salem (Swede) Cemetery, Farmington Twp.,
Waupaca Co., WI
Health: Heart Attack
Education: Graduated from Dodgeville, WI, High School.
Nickname: Troot and C.T.
Notes (Facts Pg): Adopted Dan in 1917 upon marriage to Alvah.
Occupation: Was a cowboy in North Dakota. Worked in the oil fields of
Oklahoma. Taught at an Indian School in Oklahoma. Was an oil well
drilling contractor in Mexico, eventually selling out to Husteca Oil Co.
Health: Died from cancer of the spine.
Notes (Facts Pg): A tall woman of 6 feet one inch.
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Health: Malta Fever ongoing 9/5/1961. Died from Stomach Cancer.
Residence: 1920, Living in Kenosha, WI employed as a bookkeeper for a
Burial: Spring Green Cemetery
Immigration: 1860, From Canada.
Immigration: 1861, From Germany.
Occupation: 1900, Farmer or Farmer
Burial: August 10, 1929, Little Valley Rural Cemetery, Little Valley,
Cattaraugus Co., NY
Burial: September 19, 1953, Little Valley Rural Cemetery, Little
Valley, Cattaraugus Co., NY
Notes (Facts Pg): He was the founder of W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery CO.
(Case knives) in Bradford, PA
Residence: Lived in Bradford, PA
Occupation: 1920, Farmer
Residence: 1920, Gooding Twp., Gooding Co., ID
Occupation: Automobile machinist
Residence: Lived in Omaha Twp., Thurston Co., NE in 1920.
Burial: Evergreen Cemetery, Walthill, NE
Occupation: 1920, Assistant Manager of a grain elevator in Kansas.
Residence: 1920, Center Twp., Norton Co., KS
Burial: Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Los Angeles, CA
Burial: Walnut Hill Cemetery, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI
Health: Died from exposure to mining metals.
Notes (Facts Pg): Mined in Butte Copper Pit in Butte, MT.
Burial: Lived Rt. 1, Pulaski, WI
Burial: Bowmanville Cemetery, Darlington Twp., Canada
Burial: Welcome, Hope Twp., Durham Co., Canada
Child of M
Children of G
Occupation: Photographer and Automobile Salesman
Residence: Lived in Rhinelander, WI