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Re: Worthing/Parmeter Kennebec Maine
Posted by: Joel Bridgham (ID *****7479) Date: June 01, 2003 at 16:28:54
In Reply to: Re: Worthing/Parmeter Kennebec Maine by Mel Fletcher of 19

Mel, thanks for the information.

Thomas W. Bridgham was born Feb 27, 1823 in Maine. The 1850 census lists him as a teacher in Leeds, Kennebec Co., Maine. In 1900, he was living in China, Maine.

Everett Howard Bridgham was born in 1821, died in 1907. He served in the Civil War. He may have farmed in Boston in 1850 (the 1850 lists an Ernest H. and Sally A. Bridgham with the right birthyears and states). In 1860, he was living in China, Maine. In 1880 and 1900, he was in Plymouth, Penobscot Co., Maine. Everett and Sally Ann had 3 children, Orah E. (b. about 1848), Nellie (b. Sep. 1867), and Effie May (b. July 1871).

Both were sons of Thomas W. and Aurelia (Howard) Bridgham. See for a full listing of the Bridgham family.

I've come across Nellie E. Worthing and Charles H. Bridgham in other sources, but haven't been able to determine who he is. There is a Charles H. Bridgham born in Boston in 1868, but he's too young to be married 1883. Could Charles H. really be Charles S., son of Thomas and Harriet Bridgham? How is Nellie related to Harriet? Could Charles have married a second cousin?

- joel b.

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