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Research Materials and Other Updates –

This is a synoposis of recent changes to the Roblee web site. The site is at Navigate to the research page to find the following, or use the links below.

Presumed Descendants of William Rublier and Abigail Brush (Adobe PDF format – 1.4 MB) – Cindy Walcott’s compilation. Please note Cindy’s comments: “I think this works for our present purposes. I told [fellow Roblee researcher] Bob Robblee that I would compile a file that includes the folk that went from Dutchess Co. to Lanesborough and from there to Granville and to Vermont — and beyond. This is it! I am hoping that it will help folks to put their families in context.” This file is password protected. The file is restricted to prevent misuse of the information contained in it, as some of it is speculative. The document is freely available to family researchers with that in mind. The current password to open this file is CW_2007 (case sensitive). If you lose this password, you can always obtain it by request to the list. We only used a password to discourage someone from downloading the information from our web site and republishing it without all the caveats Cindy mentions. If you have corrections or addtions, send to the list (Cindy will get them). [filename:].

The following files may be downloaded by anyone (not password protected):
Descendants of Ruben and Phebe Roblee – Compiled by G. W. Carpenter, Revised April 1949 (Adobe PDF format – 6.6 MB) [filename:].

Supplemental Manuscript on the Roblee Genealogy — Compiled by George W. Carpenter, June 1949 (Adobe PDF format – 1.9 MB) [filename:].

Mikesville Cemetery — Jay S. Van Zeeland provided these photographs of Roblees buried in Mikesville Cemetery on Cty Hwy T ¼ Mile North of Oakridge Rd in Clayton, Winnebago Co., Wisconsin. The GPS coordinates for Clayton, Downtown are N440129 W0883233. [link:].

Union Creek Cemetery – Photos — This album includes photographs of headstones of Roblees or their relatives located in Union Cemetery, North Creek, New York. The pictures were taken by Jo Ann Smith and furnished to fellow Roblee researchers by Jean Thomas Baker. A few photos were added from Gloria Waldron Hukle. [link:].

We hope you will find these materials interesting and useful.

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