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Jesse Estabrooks
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Parents:

Father: Elijah Estabrooks b. 17 March 1804, d. 19 July 1872
Mother: Margaret L. Coombes b. 11 August 1814, d. February 1872

Jesse Gilles Estabrooks
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Note*: He never married.
Birth*: 9 October 1831, New Brunswick, Canada
Death*: 10 October 1853

Parents:

Father: Jarvis 'Deacon' Estabrooks b. 7 June 1802, d. 8 October 1887
Mother: Deborah Gillies b. 5 September 1807, d. 14 August 1876

Johanna Estabrooks
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Death*: died young
Birth*:

Parents:

Father: Valentine Estabrooks b. 1725, d. 1770
Mother: Tabitha Beverley

John Estabrooks
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Event-Misc*: Upper Gagetown Baptist Cemetery, Queens County, New Brunswick Canada, Type: Fact #1
Note*: John Estabrooks, son of Reverend Elijah 'Preacher' Estabrooks III andMary (Whitmore). m. Abt. 1828 Mary Coy. b. ca. 1809. d. at Canning,Queens Co., N.B. He b. ca. 1791. d. Apr. 29, 1876. Buried in UpperGagetown Baptist Cemetery. Mary was a sister of Nancy Jane Coy, wife ofWilliam Estabrooks of Swan Creek. She was born c 1809. They werechildren of Edward Coy, Jr. and Jannet 'Jane' A. (Murray). John Estabrooks inherited part of his father's farm. Information takenfrom 'The Estabrooks of New Brunswick' , by Darryl Bonk at the ProvincialArchives, Fredericton, N.B. John's farm was a lot off the farm of his father, Elijah Estabrooks III,the Preacher. John and Mary lived in Canning.
Birth*: 4 June 1790, Canning (then Waterborough), Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada
Marriage: circa 1828, Canning (then Waterborough), Queens County, Nova Scotia, Canada, Principal=Mary Coy
Burial*: 1876, Upper Gagetown Baptist Cemetery, New Brunswick, Canada
Death*: 29 April 1876, Upper Gagetown, Queens County, New Brunswick Canada

Parents:

Father: Elijah 'Preacher' Estabrooks II b. 16 May 1756, d. 6 September 1825
Mother: Mary Whittemore b. 1761, d. 13 May 1824

Family:

Mary Coy b. circa 1809, d. 1882

Children:

Mary Jane Estabrooks+ b. 20 Dec 1824, d. 28 Dec 1903
Hannah Estabrooks+ b. c 1826
William Estabrooks+ b. 7 Jul 1831, d. 15 Nov 1904
Mary Estabrooks b. 1832
Leverett Estabrooks+ b. 6 Oct 1833, d. 26 Jun 1912
Elijah Estabrooks b. bt 1834 - 1835, d. 9 Dec 1855
Edward Duncan Estabrooks b. c 1838, d. 7 Feb 1914
Theodore Estabrooks b. 1840, d. 8 Dec 1855

John Estabrooks
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Birth*: 2 May 1668, Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Thomas Estabrooks I b. after 1640, d. 25 January 1719/20
Mother: Sarah Temple d. 29 November 1726

John Estabrooks
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Birth*: 26 October 1707, Swansea, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Thomas Estabrooks II b. 18 October 1671, d. 27 September 1724
Mother: Elizabeth Thurber

John Estabrooks
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Note*: i. John ESTABROOKS was born on 28 Jul 1694. He died on 19 Jun 1742.
Birth*: 28 July 1694
Death*: 19 June 1742

Parents:

Father: Joseph 'Deacon' Estabrooks II b. 6 May 1669, d. 23 September 1733
Mother: Hannah Leavitt b. 20 March 1663/64, d. 5 October 1728

John Estabrooks
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Parents:

Father: William Ludlow Estabrooks b. 18 February 1840, d. circa 1916

John Estabrooks
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Parents:

Father: Chipman Estabrooks b. 16 December 1818, d. 13 April 1890
Mother: Lucretia Twicher Smith b. circa 1827, d. 8 August 1897

John Estabrooks
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Note*: John was married but the name of his spouse and son are unknown.

Parents:

Father: Elijah William Carey Estabrooks b. 3 October 1846
Mother: Janet Ann Marshall

John Estabrooks , Jr.
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Birth*: 14 April 1807, New Brunswick, Canada
Death*: 16 November 1883

Parents:

Father: John Estabrooks Sr. b. 22 January 1769, d. 2 February 1861
Mother: Catherine Ebbett b. 3 May 1775, d. 26 July 1865

John Frederick Estabrooks
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Note*: Florence Estabrooks' notes say, ' that John and Margaret lived for aboutfifteen years after their marriage in Boston, Mass., after which theymoved to Saint John, N.B., where he succeeded to the fruit business ofAbraham Estabrooks which later became known as J.F. Estabrooks and Sons.Margaret, his wife, was a niece of Mrs. Abraham Estabrooks and inheritedher house.'
Birth*: 18 July 1828, Sheffield, Sunbury County, New Brunswick, Canada
Marriage*: 28 October 1858, Principal=Margaret B. Akerley
Death*: 13 April 1912

Parents:

Father: Stephen Potter Estabrooks b. circa 1797, d. 10 May 1870
Mother: Elizabeth Estabrooks b. 8 March 1800, d. 16 March 1876

Family:

Margaret B. Akerley b. 21 January 1839, d. 10 May 1927

John Holton Estabrooks
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Note*: They lived at Scotchtown, Queens County, N.B. He sailed the river boatsfor many years and at one time was mate on the 'May Queenan.' Children:Duncan Emery (!887-1949), Laura May, (m. Sydney Byno), Jarvis Rudolph(never married).
Birth*: 21 December 1841, New Brunswick, Canada
Marriage*: 2 December 1886, New Brunswick, Canada, Principal=Sarah Clark

Parents:

Father: Jarvis 'Deacon' Estabrooks b. 7 June 1802, d. 8 October 1887
Mother: Deborah Gillies b. 5 September 1807, d. 14 August 1876

Family:

Sarah Clark

Children:

Laura May Estabrooks+
Jarvis Rudolph Estabrooks
Duncan Emery Estabrooks b. 1887, d. 1949

John Estabrooks Sr.
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Note*: Note: Swan Creek is a corruption of the Malisect 'Shouankik', meaning' Cranberry Bog'. The Indians still come there in the fall of the year to gather cranberries. (Emma Estabrooks copied the below for Florence C. Estabrooks from The Registry Office). Dec. 18, 1797 John Estabrooks bought lot no. 6 from James Webber. In1811 John Estabrooks bought lot No. 8 from Sam Hart and also lot no. 9 for £350. In 1825 John Estabrooks bought land from Dr. Cushi Hatheway adjoining James Taylor and Reuben Hoben, Jr. He also bought land from Thomas Hatheway. This is probably Isaac Estabrooks' farm. In Mar. 1827, John Estabrooks sold lot no. 9 of his land to William, his son, for about £300. In 1851, John Estabrooks, for £200 sold to his son Abram Estabrooks the land known as the Hart lot no. 8. Abram afterwards sold this land to Stephen Watson. John Estabrooks obtained a large grant of land in the original grant out near Lake Maquapit, Parish of Sheffield in 1809. On Dec.18, 1797 he bought land near Swan Creek in the Parish of Burton (lot no. 6) from James Weber. He evidently had worked this land prior to buying it. He continued buying land in this vicinity until he owned a great deal. He built the first frame house in this section of the country. It now forms the ell of the old homestead. It was here that his father, Elijah Estabrooks, died. John Estabrooks occasionally acted as itinerant Baptist preacher, traveling around the country on horseback. He died Feb 2, 1861. His will is in the record office at Oromocto. His death is commemorated in a poem in 'New Brunswick and other Poems' published by David Palmer in 1869. Catherine, his wife, died July 26, 1865. They are buried in the Upper Gagetown Cemetery.
Marriage*: Sheffield, Sunbury County, New Brunswick, Canada, Principal=Catherine Ebbett
Birth*: 22 January 1769, Portland Point, New Brunswick, Canada
Baptism: 1 July 1769, Baptized by Rev. Thomas Wood at Portland Point, New Brunswick, Canada
Death*: 2 February 1861, Lincoln, York County, New Brunswick, Canada
Burial*: the Baptist Cemetery, Upper Gagetown, Queens County, New Brunswick, (Canada)

Parents:

Father: Sgt. Elijah Estabrooks ,Jr. b. circa 1728, d. circa 11 August 1796
Mother: Mary Hackett b. 1 August 1728, d. 1778

Family:

Catherine Ebbett b. 3 May 1775, d. 26 July 1865

Children:

Eleanor Estabrooks b. 1794, d. 25 Aug 1870
James Estabrooks b. 1796, d. 29 Dec 1816
William Wilmot Estabrooks+ b. 19 Jan 1798, d. 27 Jul 1889
Elizabeth Estabrooks+ b. 8 Mar 1800, d. 16 Mar 1876
Ann Estabrooks+ b. 9 Sep 1802, d. 20 Dec 1901
Zebedee Ring Estabrooks+ b. 4 Nov 1804, d. 24 May 1886
John Estabrooks , Jr. b. 14 Apr 1807, d. 16 Nov 1883
Charles H. Estabrooks b. 19 Jul 1809, d. 18 Jul 1869
Catherine Jane Estabrooks b. 2 Sep 1811, d. 7 Nov 1907
George Haddon Estabrooks b. 11 Apr 1814, d. 19 Mar 1896
Abraham J. Estabrooks b. 29 Dec 1817, d. 2 Apr 1871
Sarah Marsh Estabrooks+ b. 2 Jan 1820, d. 30 Jun 1906

John?Joseph? Estabrooks
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Birth*: after 1720, Swansea, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
Death*: circa 1743

Parents:

Father: Thomas Estabrooks b. January 1692/93, d. after 1760
Mother: Joanna Wood b. 3 July 1724

Joseph Estabrooks
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Birth*: 1838, Canning, (now Waterborough), Queens County, New Brunswick
Marriage*: 1 July 1858, They were married by Rev. Gideon Estabrooks at Kent., Principal=Mary Vandine

Parents:

Father: George Estabrooks b. 6 October 1805
Mother: Mary Abbott b. 26 November 1810

Family:

Mary Vandine

Joseph Estabrooks
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Note*: Joseph moved to the Waterville area of Carleton County in 1816. He hadtwo sons, Joseph (m. Charlotte Stickney), and William Estabrooks (m.Charlotte Burpee).
Birth*: 24 June 1790, Lincoln, York County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

Father: Joseph Estabrooks b. 2 October 1762, d. circa 1840
Mother: Lucretia Handy

Family:

Children:

William Estabrooks

Joseph Estabrooks
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Note*: Joseph Estabrooks, b. Oct. 2, 1762, at Cornwallis, Annapolis Co. , NovaScotia, son of Elijah II and Mary (Hackett) Estabrooks. He marriedfirst, about 1784, Miss Clinch, and second, about 1786, Lucretia Handy.He probably lived on lot 26 at Jemseg in Cambridge Parish, Queens Co.,N.B., which he shared with his father. This land was obtained in 1787.In 1796 he obtained land in the vicinity of French Lake in the Parish ofSheffield, Sunbury County, N.B. In July, 1800, he was appointed Deaconof the Baptist Church which was being formed in Canning (thenWaterborough), Queens County. In 1808, he obtained another grant of landat Little River near the Sunbury, Queens County boundary. Then, about1816, he and his sons moved to Carleton County. They obtained grants inthe Waterville area in the Parish of Wakefield. Later some of them movedto the Rockland area in the Parish of Brighton, Carleton County. AfterLucretia died, Joseph went to Rockland and lived with his son, SamuelEstabrooks, where he died about 1840. His children, all by his secondwife, were, Sammuel, Jane, Rufus, Joseph, Ward Hackett, Lucretia, Ann,Elijah, Elizabeth, Jacob Estabrooks. Some above account is found on page 50 in the book, 'Pioneers of CarletonCounty', Compiled by George H. Hayward, 29 Leeds Drive, Fredericton,N.B., E3B 4S7 10 Sep 1998 All the information here is found in the book, 'Genealogy of theEstabrooks on the Saint John River', compiled by Florence C. Estabrooks. The account below was taken from the web site:http://www.parsonstech.com/genealogy/trees/rturner1/Turner.htm of: Ralph James Turner, 14260 Rock Creek Rd, Sheridan, Oregon 97378-9735,Phone: (503) 843-3629 E-mail Birth*: 2 October 1762, Cornwallis, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia, Canada
Marriage*: circa 1784, New Brunswick, Canada, Principal=Miss Clinch
Marriage*: circa 1786, New Brunswick, Canada, Principal=Lucretia Handy
Death*: circa 1840, Becaguimec, Brighton Parish, Carleton County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

Father: Sgt. Elijah Estabrooks ,Jr. b. circa 1728, d. circa 11 August 1796
Mother: Mary Hackett b. 1 August 1728, d. 1778

Family 1:

Lucretia Handy

Children:

Jane Estabrooks+
Ann Estabrooks+ d. 27 Jan 1840
Samuel Estabrooks+ b. 14 Mar 1787, d. 16 Apr 1871
Rufus Estabrooks b. c 1789
Joseph Estabrooks+ b. 24 Jun 1790
Lucretia Estabrooks+ b. 21 Nov 1796, d. 26 Feb 1870
Elizabeth Estabrooks+ b. 1798
Elijah Estabrooks+ b. 17 Mar 1804, d. 19 Jul 1872
Jacob Estabrooks+ b. 19 Jan 1807

Family 2:

Miss Clinch

Joseph Estabrooks
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Note*: Joseph and Elizabeth lived in Canning, that name was changed toWaterborough, and shared with Jarvis Estabrooks, his brother, a doublehouse and lot which was part of their father's original farm. Childrenby his first marriage: Elijah, Phoebe, and Alexander Estabrooks.
Marriage*: Principal=Deborah Donald
Marriage*: Principal=Elizabeth H. Palmer
Birth*: 12 April 1798, Canning, (then Waterborough), Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

Father: Elijah 'Preacher' Estabrooks II b. 16 May 1756, d. 6 September 1825
Mother: Mary Whittemore b. 1761, d. 13 May 1824

Family 1:

Elizabeth H. Palmer b. 19 September 1819, d. 17 April 1858

Family 2:

Deborah Donald d. 1848

Children:

Phoebe Estabrooks
Alexander Estabrooks b. c 1830, d. 18 Sep 1893

Joseph Estabrooks
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Note*: Joseph may have been a storekeeper at Montague, Mass. Joseph ESTABROOKS was born on 10 Aug 1736 in Shelburne, MA.
Birth*: 10 August 1736

Parents:

Father: Elijah Estabrooks ,Sr. b. 25 August 1703, d. 1 December 1740
Mother: Hannah Daniell Or Daniels b. 6 April 1702

Joseph Estabrooks
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Burial*: Twin to Sophia Estabrooks
Note*: Joseph is a twin to Sophia. They lived at Waterville
Marriage*: Principal=Catherine Peed
Birth*: 18 September 1861
Death*: 12 January 1939

Parents:

Father: Chipman Estabrooks b. 16 December 1818, d. 13 April 1890
Mother: Lucretia Twicher Smith b. circa 1827, d. 8 August 1897

Family:

Catherine Peed d. 1950

Joseph 'Deacon' Estabrooks II
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Note*: Joseph Estabrooks III, son of Joseph and Mary (Mason) Estabrooks, wasborn at Concord, Mass., May 6, 1669. He married first, Dec. 31, 1689, atCambridge Farms, Mass., Melicent, daughter of Henry W. Woods, of Conn.She died at Concord, March 26, 1692, and he married second, Hannah, widowof Joseph Loring and daughter of John Leavitt of Hingham, Mass. HannahLoring had a daughter, Submit, by her first husband who married Joseph'sson, Joseph IV, by Melicent Woods in 1713 and thus brought the name'Submit' into the Estabrooks family. Joseph III bought a farm in Lexington in 1693. It was quite near theGreen on the Lexington-Concord road. He was highly respected, commandeda military company, was town clerk, treasurer, assessor, selectman andrepresentative to the General Court. He was also engaged to teach thefirst man's school in the town. He died at Lexington Sept. 23, 1733.His children, born in Concord and Lexington were: Joseph IV; John;Soloman; Hannah; Melicent; and Elijah Estabrooks. Joseph III ESTABROOKS was born on 6 May 1669 in Concord, Middlesex Co.,MA. He died on 23 Sep 1733 in Concord, Middlesex Co., MA. Dismissed fromHingham Church to Lexington Church in 1710. Deacon in Lexington from 1716 until his death. Was head of a militarycompany, was town clerk, treasurer assessor, selectman and representativeto the General Court. Surveyor. Taught the first man's school in town. Bought 200 acres of land inLexington area in 1593, elected to office in 1696 there. Bought this farmfrom Edward Pelham, of RI and it was bounded NE by Cook, SW by Concordroad before Vine Brook. Later occupied by Mrs. L. Turner. Also borderedland of Hayes on the hill.
Marriage*: Principal=Hannah Leavitt
Birth*: 6 May 1669, Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 31 December 1689, Cambridge Farms, Massachusetts, U.S.A., Principal=Millicent Woods
Death*: 23 September 1733, Lexington, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Joseph Estabrooks I b. circa 1640, d. 16 September 1711
Mother: Mary Mason b. 18 December 1640

Family 1:

Millicent Woods d. 26 March 1692

Children:

Joseph Estabrooks IV

Family 2:

Hannah Leavitt b. 20 March 1663/64, d. 5 October 1728

Children:

John Estabrooks b. 28 Jul 1694, d. 19 Jun 1742
Solomon Estabrooks b. 22 Dec 1696, d. 6 Jan 1696/97
Hannah Estabrooks b. 2 Aug 1698
Melicent Estabrooks b. 21 Mar 1699/0
Elijah Estabrooks ,Sr.+ b. 25 Aug 1703, d. 1 Dec 1740

Joseph A. Estabrooks
Note*: BELGIUM AND LIEGE The early history of Belgium parallels that of England in many respects. In the first millennium B.C. both countries were held by the Celts; bothwere conquered by Caesar and Roman civilization was introduced. In bothcountries the German invasions in the fifth century A.D. drove the Celtsinto the forests and highlands. Christianity was reintroduced into bothcountries at about the same time St. Augustine went to Canterbury in 597and St. Amand to Ghent in 610. He died at Tournai in 651. Charles Charlemagne I, who became king of the Franks in 768 made Aachenthe capital of his territories north of the Alps. It was second to Romein importance. From 813 to 1531the Emperors of Germany were crownedthere. The Franks in Belgium ceased to be known as Franks and were calledDictschen throughout the Middle Ages hence Dutch. In the southern partwhere Celtic civilization survived the Belgo-Romans were called 'Wala',hence Walloons. Liege is about fifteen miles west of Aachen at the junction of the Meuseand the Ourthe, and was German. At first it was merely a convenientstopping place on the way to Aachen. In the 6th century St. Monulffounded a chapel there for the benefit of travellers. St. Lamert wasmurdered there about 705. St.Hubert (706-727) built the church of St.Lambert and made it the seat of an archbishopric. It was attached to thediocese of Cologne. In the tenth century, it's university became famousunder renowned scholars. Besides theology, grammar, rhetoric, andpoetry, music and mathematics were taught in the city which could boastof being a 'Northern Athens'. In the thirteenth century, coal mining was developed and was followed bylarge scale iron working. This industry required capital which wassupplied by the bourgeoisie (middle class) who excised a restraininginfluence on the guilds. The restraint was emphasized by the power ofthe prince-bishops who kept the inquisition out of Liege and dominatedthe nobility. After the Reformation, the town became strongly Calvinist,Charles theFifth (1519-1556) determined to extirpate heresy. He issued 'Placards'from 1523 on. The 'Placard' issued in 1550 was very severe, and wasenforced strictly by de la Marck, the Bishop of Liege. Charles abdicatedin 1556 and his son, Philip II (1556-1598) sent the Duke of Alva fromSpain to suppress heresy. The Netherlands rose in revolt in 1568. Overone hundred thousand people, church intellectuals and skilled workmen,left the country. The Estanmbrugge-Yandells were among these. Elizabeth gave Norwich as headquarters for Flemish weavers, but thepeople of Liege were metallurgists and so they went chiefly to Devon andCornwall. Liege at the time of its foundation was purely Germanic and remainedGerman speaking until the Austrian Hapdburg gained control of thecountry. Then French began to infiltrate and the town gradually becamebilingual. THE NAME 'ESTAMBRUGGE' IN FLANDERS The name 'Estambrugge' occurs in two different sections of Flanders, __Ghent and Liege. I Ghent there was a clan d'Estambrugge to which the following refers: THE ESTANBRUUGE FAMILY IN GHENT (Translation by Dr. Joseph C.Doherty) Estanbberg (d') or Estambrugge was the name of one of the confederatenobles, although there are few accounts of him. Apparently he belongedto the family (clan) d'Estanmbrugge, to which Oliver d'Estambrugge, whowas appointed bailiff of Ghent in 1387, belonged. It has also beensurmised that this *IIeer (of,German Herr) van Estambrugge was a brotherof the Count Van Ligne. If this is so, he subsequently broke away fromthe confederates, inasmuch as he assumed, in the latter part of 1566,command from the National Militia of a hundred Cavalry for the defense ofBrussels. (Cf. te Water, Confederacy of the Nobles; Dll.dl 386-387) *the person referred to is the one mentioned in the first three lines. THE ESTANBRUGGE FAMILY IN GHENT Estanberg (d') ook Estanbrugge geheeten was een der verbondene Edelen,omtrent wien weing berigten bestaan. Misschien behoorde hij tot lietges(e)hlacht d'Estannbrugge, waartoe bhoorde Oliver d'Estambrugge in 1387tot Baljuw van Gent aangestelf. Er wordt ook vermoed dat hij heer vanEstambrugge ent broeder des Graven Van Ligne was. Als dit zoo is. danhecft hij zich spodc dig van de bondgen ooten afgescheiden, want dezeouttving op het laatsf van 1566 het bevel van de Landvoogdes over hondredmiters ter bewaring van Brussel, (Cf. te Water, Verbond der Edel Dll bl386.387) (From Biog. Woordenbock, v. vi F. F. p 234 THE ESTENBRUGGE_YANDELLTRADITIONS OF LIEGE In the middle ages a number of families of the name of Yandell (variouslyspelled Yendall, Yondel, Yendel, etc.) lived in Flanders in theneighborhood of Liege. They were German Flennings (Dictschen). The mainbody of the families lived on the west side of a stream, but aconsiderable number lived on the east side at the end of a bridge. Thesewere called the Estenbrugge-Yandells or briefly 'Estenbrugge'. At the time of the Reformation (about 1517) these people becameProtestants. As a result of the religious wars and the activity of theSpanish Inquisition during the latter half of the sixteenth century theywere obliged to leave the country. A large group went together andsettled in western Devon. Some of these used the name Yandell and somethe name Estenbrugge, which gradually became Anglicized into variousforms of Estabrooks. Colonel Edmond P. Easterbrook of Washington, D.C. who was Senior Chaplainof the United States Army until his death in 1933, wrote that a circledrawn with it's centre in Western Devonshire and a radius of fifty mileswould contain most of the Anglo-Dutch Estabrooks. Hubert Samuel Easterbrooks, Attorney at Law, Torquay,Devonshire, brotherof Col. Edmond Easterbrook, was interviewed by Mrs. Theodore Estabrooksand also wrote that the Estabrooks were farmers of Somerset andDevonshire and were of Dutch descent. So, evidently the traditionsurvives in this family. In the Estabrook Genealogy, compiled by William Booth Estabrook andpublished in 1891 by Andrus and Church of Ithaca, there is a record (page234) of the descendants of John Esterbrook. It states that theEstabrooks were Fleming. John Esterbrook lived and died near Liskeard,Cornwall. Canon Leverton of Liskeard said that the family had come toLiskeard from Ashburton on Dartmoor, Devon. This family settled in theNew York area 1832-1858. They are the pen manufactures. ESTABROOK From 'History of Westminster, by Wm. Sweetzer Heywood' 1728-1893. Page 635 'This name was known in Wales as long ago as 1413, and in Holland underthe Dutch form ESTENBRUGGE at an earlier date. 'It did not appear in this country till 1660 when three brothers born inEnfield, Middlesex Co., England, came hither to make themselves a home. 'One of them settled in Swansea, Mass., another in Concord and the third,Joseph , already prepared for college, entered Harvard and graduatedin1664. THE ESTABROOKS OFSWANSEA, MASS. The Genealogy of Wm. Booth Estabrooks, on page 254, contains thefollowing: 'Thomas Easterbrooks was one of those freely signed the agreement madebetween Mr. Willett and the church in Swansea Feb. 12, 1669 on admissionas an inhabitant '. Swansea was incorporated from Rehobeth in 1667. The residence of Thomasprior to Swansea is not known, but it has been suggested that he may havebeen one of the company of pioneers who came under the leadership of Rev.John Myles to Mass. from Swansea, Wales, in 1663. Swansea, Wales, has been called 'the metallurgical centre of the world. ' Copper has been smelted there since the time of Elizabeth. The Earl ofWarwick brought Flemings there about 1100 A.D. to help garrison thecastle. It would be natural for some of the Liege family to gravitate to Swansea,Wales. Thomas, who was great grandfather of Valentine Estabrooks ofSackville, may have been a cousin of Joseph I of Concord. THE ESTABROOKS ON THE ST. JOHN RIVER, NEW BRUNSWICK, CANADA THE ENGLISH ANCESTRY OF JOSEPH OF CONCORD (MASS.) Joseph A. Joseph has been assumed to be the name of the father of Josephand Thomas of Concord, Mass. The family must have of some consequencefor his son Joseph received a preparatory education for college and inthose days only the higher classes were educated. It seems rather odd that Joseph A. should have been living in Enfield,Middlesex, when his son Joseph II, was born in 1640. However, the civilwar was raging and Devon was the headquarters of Charles I. It wouldhave been a very unsafe place for a wealthy Puritan. Enfield was famousfor it's fine estates. It had also an excellent grammar school. It wasonly twelve miles from London, the stronghold of the Parliamentarians. When Charles II came to the throne in 1660, the family may have returnedto the west. The father was still wealthy for he sent Joseph I toHarvard and later supplied Thomas with the means to buy his farm andbuild his homestead at Concord, Mass. Another son is said to have goneto Concord. Possibly other children remained in Devon. Elijah I and his wifeprobably visited these in 1725-1730. The Yandells, who came to Swansea,Mass. in 1730, came from Wiveliscombe in Somerset. Joseph A. was a cultured Puritan. He was financially independent andenjoyed country life in the English tradition. His American descendants,for several generations, retained the same outlook. All the above accounts from Florence C. Estabrooks, in her book'Genealogy of the Anglo-Dutch Estabrooks Family of The Saint John River,New Brunswick', Saint John, N.B.: privately published, 1935, revised 1958 This has been a well-known family name in Carleton County since the early1800's, and in the southern part of New Brunswick since the 1760's.According to her book, ' Genealogy of the Anglo-Dutch Estabrooks Familyof the Saint John River, New Brunswick', compiled by Florence C.Estabrooks of Saint John, N.B., in 1935, revised 1958, (Saint John, N.B.:privately published, the most remote ancestor of the Carleton Countyfamilies was Joseph A. Estabrooks (sometimes spelled Estatbrook,Esterbrook, East of Brooks and a few other variants). Florence C.Estabrooks said in her book, that Joseph A. Estabrooks has been assumedto be the name of the father of Joseph and Thomas of Concord, Mass. Thefamily must have been of some consequence for his son Joseph received apreparatory education for college and in those days only the higherclasses were educated. After Joseph received his preparatory educationin England, he entered Harvard College at Cambridge, Massachusetts. NOTE: The above was compiled by George H. Hayward, 29 Leeds Drive,Fredericton, N.B., E3B 4S7 10 Sep 1998 E-mail - From: 'George H. Hayward' To: Donald R Coy Date: Fri, 15 Jan 1999 22:40:11 -0400 Subject: Re: Estabrooks Dear Don, Florence C. Estabrooks, in her book 'Genealogy of the Anglo-DutchEstabrooks Family of The Saint John River, New Brunswick', Saint John,N.B.: privately published, 1935, revised 1958, said Joseph A. Estabrookshas been assumed to be the name of the father of Joseph and Thomas ofConcord, Mass. The family must have been of some consequence for his sonJoseph received a preparatory education for college and in those daysonly the higher classes were educated. Joseph A. Estabrooks did not come to America. Florence Estabrooks did not locate the name of his wife, nor I. One wouldneed to look for a marriage record in England. Or maybe in in a LDSmicrofilm? signed, George H. Hayward. NOTE: Ralph James Turner, 14260 SW Rock Creek Road, Sheridan, Oregon,97378-9735 1-843-3629 E-mail: arty@@macnet.com states that Joseph A.Estabrooks was born about 1610 in Devonshire, England. The following was received by Donald Raymond Coy, 3806 51st Ave. SW,Seattle, WA. E-mail: don3127wa@@juno.com by electronic from Major HaroldSkaarup, 2110 Cloverdale Drive, Colorado Springs, Colorado.80920 E-mail:h.skaarup@@worldnet.att.net Below is another version about the Estabrooks ESTABROOKS FAMILY HISTORY Background to the Estabrooks family name: The Estabrooks family that settled on the Saint John River have a longand storied tradition. The name originated in Flanders, where Estauberg(d') or Estaubrugge was the name of one of the confederate nobles. Heapparently belonged to the family or clan d'Estambrugge, to which Oliverd'Estambrugge, who was appointed bailiff of Ghent in 1387, belonged.Heer van Estambrugge may have been a brother of the Count Van Ligne, inwhich case he later broke away from the confederates, as in the latterpart of 1566, he assumed command of 100 Cavalry from the NationalMilitia, for the defense of Brussels. In the Middle Ages, several Flemish families by the name of Yandell (orYendall) lived together long ago in the low countries of Europe (Hollandor Flanders) in the neighborhood of Ghent or Liege. They wereDutch-Flemings. The main body of the family lived on the west side of astream; but a considerable number lived on the east side at the end of aparticular bridge (or bridges), and were therefore called theEstenbrugge-Yandells or briefly, the Estenbrugge. At the time of Reformation, (about 1517), these people becameProtestants. During the religious wars that followed (about 1570-80),and the activity of the Spanish Inquisition during the latter half of thesixteenth century, they had to leave the country. A large group wenttogether and settled in western Devon. Some used the name Yandell andsome the name Estenbrugge, which gradually became Anglicized into variousforms of Estabrooks. The tradition Florence Estabrooks received was the Estenbrugge orYandells lived in Brugges, Liege or Ghent (in present day Belgium).Another tradition however, is that they originally lived in Holland,moved into Flanders, and after a brief stay went on to England. Bothbranches of the family had members who migrated to America, where theyapparently kept contact. Josep Estabrooks of Concord, Massachusetts, was born in Enfield,Middlesex County, England in 1640. His father was also probably born inEngland, but his grandfather may have been born in Flanders, placing theoriginal emigration some time between 1590 and 1600. The family musthave done well in England, as Joseph was prepared for college beforecoming to America and took his four year course after his arrival. Hisbrother Thomas also did well, as he bought a large farm near Concord. Joseph's parents were certainly Puritans. After the death of Cromwelland the Restoration of Chales II, it was the sensible thing for a personwishing to be a clergyman in the Congregationalist Church to come toBoston, Massachusetts. Joseph arrived in Boston in 1880, and attended Harvard College from whichhe graduated in 1664. In 1667he was ordained as a colleague of theReverend Peter Bulkely at Concord, and on Bulkley's death in 1696 becamepastor of the Church, continuing in that office until his death 16September 1711 at the age of 71 years. He had been made a freeman atCambridge, Mass. on 03 May 1665. On 20 May 1668, he married Mary Mason,daughter of Captain Hugh and Esther Mason, at Watertown, Mass. The 'Boston News' reported that the Reverend Joseph Estabrooks 'waseminent for his skills in the Hebrew language, a most orthodox, learned,and worthy divine; of excellent principles in religion, indefatigablylaborious in the ministry of holy life and conversation.'
Marriage*: Principal=Anner Brainerd
Birth*: circa 1610, Devonshire, County Devon, England

Family:

Anner Brainerd b. circa 1610

Children:

Joseph Estabrooks I+ b. c 1640, d. 16 Sep 1711
Thomas Estabrooks I+ b. a 1640, d. 25 Jan 1719/20

Joseph Fletcher Estabrooks
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Note*: Joseph Fletcher Estabrooks, b. c1798; m. his cousin, Ann, daughter ofJohn and Catherine (Ebbett) Estabrooks. Joseph and Ann lived nearChipman, Queens County, N.B. Their children were, Martha Ann, James,Katherine, Etta, Alice, Odbur, and Isabel Estabrooks. Two others died ininfancy.
Marriage*: Principal=Ann Estabrooks
Birth*: circa 1798, Lakeville, Sheffield Parish, Sunbury County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

Father: Ebenezer Estabrooks b. 7 September 1759, d. circa 1851
Mother: Martha Maria Fletcher

Family:

Ann Estabrooks b. 9 September 1802, d. 20 December 1901

Children:

Martha Ann Estabrooks
James Estabrooks
Katherine Estabrooks
Etta Estabrooks
Alice Estabrooks
Odbur Estabrooks
Isabel Estabrooks

Joseph Frederick Estabrooks
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Note*: Joseph Frederick Estabrooks, b. Jan. 30, 1846, m. first, Lois Wade, andsecond, Anna Gravenstein in Minneapolis. He had at least four daughters,names unknown.
Birth*: 30 January 1846, Fredericton, York County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

Father: Jacob Estabrooks b. 19 January 1807
Mother: Adeline Burpee b. 15 August 1804, d. 9 February 1885

Joseph Handy Estabrooks
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Birth*: 10 May 1842

Parents:

Father: Levi Handy Estabrooks b. 29 September 1813, d. 13 April 1882

Family:

Children:

Maude Estabrooks
Ella Estabrooks

Joseph Estabrooks I
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Note*: FIRSTGENERATION IN AMERICAN THE CONCORD_LEXINGTONANCESTORS OF ELIJAH (2) (JOSEPH (I) Joseph (2) Elijah (1) Concord, Mass,, which was to be the first home in America of the FlemishEstabrook Family, was founded in 1655 by a group of colonists under theRev. Peter Bulkeley, who came from England expressly for that purpose.The colonists purchased from the Indians, six square miles of land withthe present Monument Square as the centre. On the eastern side of Monument Square rises a hill. On this, colonistsbuilt their first church and located their first burying ground. Againstit's side, they built their rude shelters for the winter. Peter Bulkely, their leader, was well suited to his task in many ways.He was stern and autocratic by nature __ qualities which so impressed theneighboring Indians, that in one of the wars, their chief forbade histribe to take part, declaring that the White Leader had too muchinfluence with the Great Spirit. However, he was not so fortunate in dealing with his own countrymen.Some of the Concord colonists resented his arrogance so much, that theymigrated in a body to Connecticut. Florence C. Estabrooks wonders if thethird Estabrook brother may have joined this group. Joseph I arrived in Boston in 1660. Possibly his brother, Thomas,accompanied him then or he may have joined him later. Their father mayhave arranged that Joseph's share of his estate, should go into hiscollege course, while Thomas should have means to buy and equip his farm. This has been a well-known family name in Carleton County since the early1800's, and in the southern part of New Brunswick since the 1760's.According to her book, 'Genealogy of the Anglo-Dutch Estabrooks Family ofthe Saint John River, New Brunswick', compiled by Florence C. Estabrooksof Saint John, N.B., in 1935, revised 1958, (Saint John, N.B.: privatelypublished, the most remote ancestor of the Carleton County families wasJoseph A. Estabrooks (sometimes spelled Estatbrook, Esterbrook, and a fewother variants). Florence C. Estabrooks said in her book, that Joseph A.Estabrooks has been assumed to be the name of the father of Joseph andThomas of Concord, Mass. The family must have been of some consequencefor his son Joseph received a preparatory education for college and inthose days only the higher classes were educated. After Joseph receivedhis preparatory education in England, he entered Harvard College atCambridge, Massachusetts. Joseph Estabrooks Jr. was born in England about 1640 and arrived inBoston in 1660. He entered Harvard and was graduated in 1664. He wasmade a freeman, (1). one enjoying civil political liberty. (2). onehaving the full rights of a citizen. Websters Collegiate Dictionary, ©1993) at Cambridge, Mass., May 3, 1665. In 1657 he was ordained ascolleague of the Rev. Peter Bulkeley, minister of the church in Concord,Mass., and on Mr. Bulkeley's death in 1696, became pastor of the church,continuing in that office until his own death Sept. 16, 1711, at the ageof 71 years, in Concord, Mass., when he was succeeded by John Whiting (H.C.) 1661). On May 20, 1668, he married at Watertown, Mass., Mary,daughter of Capt. Hugh and Esther Mason of that place. She was born Dec.18, 1640. He was a man eminently fitted for his office. His appearance carriedwith it so much dignity that people were induced to love him as a friendand reverence him as a father. These distinguished traits in hischaracter obtained for him in the latter part of his life the name of'The Apostle'. His salary at Concord was £80 of which £40 was to be in money and £40 ingrain. On the 12th of March, 1681, the town voted: 'that everyhouseholder that hath a team shall carry yearly one load of wood to theminister, and every other householder or votable person shall cut woodone day for the minister, and that the wood be equally divided to theminister as the selectmen shall appoint'. On his death the Boston 'News Letter' of Sept. 18, 1711, said: 'This daywas interred in Concord the Rev. Joseph Estabrook, minister of thegospel in said town for about 44 years (and many of them was colleague tothe famous Mr. Bulkeley). He was eminent for his skill in the Hebrewlanguage, and a most orthodox, learned and worthy divine; of excellentprinciples in religion, indefatigably laborious in the ministry, and ofholy life and conversations.' (Shattuck's History of Concord, W.B. Estabrook's Genealogy) The church in which Rev. Joseph Estabrooks preached was the church on thehill near the centre of the old burying ground. It was the one firsterected by the colonists. After his death the congregation decided tobuild a larger, more convenient edifice; so down near the square in 1712they built the beautiful colonial building which was to witness some ofthe most stirring events of the American revolution. The children of Rev. Joseph and Mary (Mason) Estabrooks were: Joseph;Benjamin (Harvard, 1690, minister at Lexington, died 1697); Mary; Samuel(Harvard, 1696, minister at Canterbury, Conn., 1711-1727); Daniel; andAnn Estabrooks. Reverend Joseph II ESTABROOKS was born about 1640 in England. Middlesexor Devon Co. He died on 16 Sep 1711 in Concord, Middlesex Co., MA.Attended a Preparatory school in England. Arrived in Boston, MA 1660.Graduated from Harvard 1664. Freeman in Cambridge, MA 3 May 1665.Ordained 1657, Concord, MA His salary was 80 pounds (40 in grain) andfirewood from parishioners. Pastor 1670 in Concord until 6 Sep 1711, age71. FAMILY OF JOSEPH OF CONCORD INENGLAND The facts regarding the family of Joseph I, Massachusetts, are ratheruncertain. His father must have been a man of means because Joseph goyhis course at Harvard and his younger brother, Thomas, got a good farmand built a fine house on it at Concord after Joseph I got hisappointment with Mr. Bulkeley. An Item contained in 'Early Settlers, West Dunstable, Monson, and Hollis,N. H.' by Chas. S. Spaulding, 1915, is interesting: 'Joseph A. Estabrooks came over from Ipswich High, Suffolk County, England, in 1634 and settled in Concord, Mass'. Now Peter Bulkeley brought a party of English Colonists over from Englandin 1634 - 35 for the express purpose of setting Concord, Mass. Joseph A.Estabrooks of Ipswich High may have been among these. If so, he musthave decided that the Country was too rough, returned to England, settledin Enfield, which was a lovely place with a famous School, and brought uphis family there. His son, Joseph I was ready for College, thesituation, both in the old World and the New, had greatly changed.Cromwell was dead and under Charles II the Puritans were having a hardtime. In Boston, Harvard University was founded in 1638. PossiblyJoseph A. Estabrooks got in touch with Peter Bulkeley, at any rate JosephEstabrooks I entered Havard in 1660. To get a picture of the family in England is difficult. Joseph A.Estabrooks of Ipswich High in Suffolk was probably born there about1610. His father may have been born in England around 1585; but behindthat looms the question, 'When did the Estambrugge - Yandels leave Liege?' The Emperor Charles V abdicated in 1555, and his son Phillip IIimmediately decided to extirpate heresy in the Netherlands. In 1558 thecountry rose in revolt against Alva and the Inquisition.
Burial*: the Old Burial Ground, Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
Name Variation: Reverend (?) (?)
Birth*: circa 1640, Enfield, County Devon, England
Marriage*: 20 May 1668, Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., Principal=Mary Mason
Death*: 16 September 1711, Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Joseph A. Estabrooks b. circa 1610
Mother: Anner Brainerd b. circa 1610

Family:

Mary Mason b. 18 December 1640

Children:

Joseph 'Deacon' Estabrooks II+ b. 6 May 1669, d. 23 Sep 1733
Benjamin Estabrooks b. 24 Feb 1670/71, d. 22 Jul 1697
Mary Estabrooks b. 28 Oct 1672
Samuel Estabrooks b. 7 Jun 1674, d. 26 Jun 1727
Daniel Estabrooks b. 10 Feb 1675/76, d. 7 Jan 1734/35
Ann Estabrooks b. 30 Dec 1677

Joseph Estabrooks IV
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Marriage*: 1713, Principal=Submit Loring

Parents:

Father: Joseph 'Deacon' Estabrooks II b. 6 May 1669, d. 23 September 1733
Mother: Millicent Woods d. 26 March 1692

Family:

Submit Loring

Josephine Agada Estabrooks
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Birth*: circa 1857, Parish of Saint Marys, York County, New Brunswick

Parents:

Father: Benjamin Harding Estabrooks b. 28 May 1825, d. 29 December 1900
Mother: Lucy Jane Brown b. 1828

Judith Estabrooks
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Parents:

Father: David Estabrooks b. circa 1791
Mother: Judith Fletcher b. 1790

Judson Alonzo Estabrooks
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Birth*: circa 1853, Parish of Saint Marys, York County, New Brunswick

Parents:

Father: Benjamin Harding Estabrooks b. 28 May 1825, d. 29 December 1900
Mother: Lucy Jane Brown b. 1828

Julia Estabrooks
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Birth*: 1849, Canning, Queens County, New Brunswick

Parents:

Father: Elijah Estabrooks b. 28 October 1812
Mother: Abigail Dennison b. circa 1823

Kate Estabrooks
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Birth*: 1859, Canning, Queens County, New Brunswick

Parents:

Father: Turney Estabrooks b. 1820
Mother: Catherine McLean b. 1826

Katherine Estabrooks
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Parents:

Father: Joseph Fletcher Estabrooks b. circa 1798
Mother: Ann Estabrooks b. 9 September 1802, d. 20 December 1901

Kathleen Mary Estabrooks
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Note*: They lived in Freeport, Sagadahoc County, Maine. Information taken from , 'The Estabrooks of New Brunswick', by Darryl Bonk at the Provincial Archives, Fredericton, N.B.
Death*: Bangor, Penobscot County, Maine, U.S.A.
Birth*: 18 January 1924

Parents:

Father: Alvin Theodore Estabrooks b. 21 August 1901, d. 27 December 1955
Mother: Leonora Mabel Quinn b. 17 March 1903

Kitty Estabrooks
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Note*: Kitty Estabrooks die 23 Oct 1886 when she was 27 years old of Consumption(Tuberculosis)
Birth*: circa 1860
Death*: 23 October 1886, Unknown GEDCOM info: Tuberculosis, (Consumption)

Parents:

Father: Cavalier Estabrooks b. circa 1811
Mother: Sarah Ann Wood b. circa 1816

Laura May Estabrooks
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Death*: Died Young
Name Variation: Laura Estabrooks

Parents:

Father: John Holton Estabrooks b. 21 December 1841
Mother: Sarah Clark

Family:

Children:

Erma Elizabeth Byno+ d. 30 Sep 1991

Leander M. Estabrooks
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Note*: Leander M. Estabrooks. b. May 8, 1853 at Swan Creek, Sunbury Co., N.B. (8 at 1861 census, 17 in 1871, 27 and living at home in 1881). d. Oct. 27, 1917 at Saint John, Saint John Co., N.B. Buried in Upper Gagetown Baptist Cemetery. Listed as a farmer in 1871. For many years he was a captain on the Saint John River and harbour. Captain Leander began his steam boat career in 1878 with Captain McMulkin on the steamer May Queen and later acted as mate and purser with his brother Captain G. L. Estabrooks on the steamer Star. When Captain Lud went to the David Weston, Captain Leander became Captain and dart owner of the Star running to Waseddemoak Lake. Later, he commanded the Springfield running to Hatfield's Point. Moved his family to Saint John in 1890. m. Henrietta Rebecca Hoben, daughter of Col. Reuben and Elizabeth Ann (Currey), on Dec. 27, 1882 at Upper Gagetown, Queens Co., N.B. Their children: Florence Cecelia Estabrooks. b. Oct. 31, 1883 at Swan Creek, Sunbury Co., N.B. d. 1966 at Upper Gagetown, Queens Co., N.B. She received a B.A. from McGill University, with the Chapman medal for classics. She taught for four years at Neepawa, Man. before returning to Saint John where she taught at Saint John High School until her retirement in 1946. Stella Maretta Estabrooks. b. May 25, 1885 at Swan Creek, Sunbury Co., N.B. d. Jun. 20, 1915 at Saint John, Saint John Co., N.B. Arthur Lee Estabrooks. b. Jul. 25, 1888 at Swan Creek, Sunbury Co., N.B. d. Sep. 22, 1910 at Saint John, Saint John Co., N.B. Never married. Walter Harold Estabrooks. b. Jan. 17, 1891 at Saint John, Saint John Co., N.B. d. Feb. 12, 1958 at Saint John, N.B. m. Marion Thompson on May 19, 1926. He served during WW I in the 55th Battalion. George Hoben Estabrooks. b. Dec. 16, 1895 at Saint John, Saint John Co., N.B. d. Dec., 1973 at Hamilton, Madison Co., NY. m. Maude Martha Juvet on Jul. 20, 1933 at Rome, Italy. She was from Chateau d'Oex, Switzerland. He was a university professor, author and a Rhodes scholar. He became Associate Professor of Psychology at Colgate University, NY. Their child: Son Estabrooks. b. Sep. 22, 1938. Died in infancy.
Birth*: 8 May 1853, Swan Creek, Sunbury County, New Brunswick, Canada
Marriage*: 27 December 1882, Upper Gagetown, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada, Principal=Henrietta Rebecca Hoben
Death*: 27 October 1917, Saint John, Saint John County, New Brunswick, Canada
Burial*: Upper Gagetown Baptist Cemetery, Upper Gagetown, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

Father: William Wilmot Estabrooks b. 19 January 1798, d. 27 July 1889
Mother: Nancy Jane Coy b. 17 November 1811, d. 27 February 1879

Family:

Henrietta Rebecca Hoben b. 5 August 1859, d. 4 February 1944

Children:

Florence Cecelia Estabrooks b. 31 Oct 1883, d. 1966
Stella Maretta Estabrooks b. 25 May 1885, d. 20 Jun 1915
Arthur Lee Estabrooks b. 25 Jul 1888, d. 22 Sep 1910
Walter Harold Estabrooks+ b. 17 Jan 1891, d. 12 Feb 1958
George Hoben Estabrooks+ b. 16 Dec 1895, d. Dec 1973

Lebaron Estabrooks
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Birth*: 1854

Parents:

Father: Lebaron Estabrooks b. 1835
Mother: Elizabeth Ann Coy b. circa 1836

Lebaron Estabrooks
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Note*: Leboron Estabrooks b. 1835, son of Jesse and Rebecca (Hoben) Estabrooks,m. 1st, Elizabeth Ann Coy in 1848, 2nd, Eva McIntosh, and 3rd, JeanMcIntosh. He moved to Roxbury, Mass. His children were: Lebaron,Rebecca, Percy, and Gordon.
Birth*: 1835
Marriage*: 1848, Principal=Elizabeth Ann Coy

Parents:

Father: Jesse Estabrooks b. 12 September 1807
Mother: Rebecca Hoben

Family:

Elizabeth Ann Coy b. circa 1836

Children:

Lebaron Estabrooks b. 1854
Rebecca Estabrooks b. 1856
Percy Estabrooks b. 1858
Gordon Estabrooks b. 1860

Lebaron Estabrooks
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Death*: Died in infancy

Parents:

Father: Calvin L. Estabrooks b. 1832
Mother: Catherine Lawrence b. 8 October 1835

Lemuel Sanford Estabrooks
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Birth*: 11 April 1842, Swan Creek, Sunbury County, New Brunswick, Canada
Census*: 1861, He was 19 at 1861 census.
Marriage*: 17 July 1866, Burton, Sunbury County, New Brunswick, Canada, Principal=Rosella Amanda Knox
Death*: 8 October 1872, Nackawic, York County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

Father: William Wilmot Estabrooks b. 19 January 1798, d. 27 July 1889
Mother: Nancy Jane Coy b. 17 November 1811, d. 27 February 1879

Family:

Rosella Amanda Knox b. 1845

Children:

William Estabrooks
Lily May Estabrooks b. 3 Aug 1870

Leola Estabrooks
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Event-Misc*: New Limerick, Aroostook County, Maine, U.S.A., Type: Fact #1
Note*: This clipping from the Northern Maine Pioneer Times (date not recorded)was contributed by Louella Ryan of Island Falls, Maine: Leola Burton, 79, of Houlton, died Jan. 27 at a local hospital. She wasborn April 19, 1904, in Linneus, the daughter of Frank and IsabelEstabrook. She was a member of the Houlton United Methodist Church andthe Order of The Eastern Star. Survivors included her husband, WilliamBurton of Houlton, one brother Herman of New Limerick; one sister, HelenBates of Houlton; a sister-in-law, Hazel Grant of Houlton; several niecesand nephews. Funeral services were conducted Monday from the Dunn Funeral Home withthe Rev. Desmond Parker officiating. Interment will be in New LimerickCemetery. Friends who wish may make donations in her memory to theMethodist Church Building Fund.
Birth*: 19 April 1904, Linneus, Aroostook County, Maine, U.S.A.
Death*: 27 January 1984, Houlton, Aroostook County, Maine, U.S.A.
Burial*: New Limerick Cemetery, Aroostook County, Maine, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Frank C. Estabrooks b. 6 February 1875, d. 23 February 1966
Mother: Isabel Little b. 15 January 1880, d. 1962

Leslie Estabrooks
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Parents:

Father: Jarvis Estabrooks b. 17 October 1833
Mother: Margaret Ann Brooks

Levarn Estabrooks
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Death*: Died in infancy

Parents:

Father: Calvin L. Estabrooks b. 1832
Mother: Catherine Lawrence b. 8 October 1835

Leverett Estabrooks
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Note*: He bought a farm in Prince William, New Brunswick. After his wife's death he went to live with a daughter, Helice Estabrooks, who married James Steeves in Saskatchewan, Canada.
Marriage*: Principal=Annie Jerusha McAdam
Birth*: 6 October 1833, Canning (then Waterbourgh), Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada
Death*: 26 June 1912, Saskatchewan, Canada

Parents:

Father: John Estabrooks b. 4 June 1790, d. 29 April 1876
Mother: Mary Coy b. circa 1809, d. 1882

Family:

Annie Jerusha McAdam b. 6 March 1833, d. 30 June 1894

Children:

Helice Estabrooks
Ethel M. Estabrooks b. 14 Mar 1866, d. 14 Jan 1888
Lilly May Estabrooks b. 1 Jul 1867, d. 16 Sep 1867
Estella Amy Estabrooks b. 10 Jun 1875

Leverett Evans Estabrooks
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Parents:

Father: Thomas Fletcher Estabrooks b. 1794, d. 1823
Mother: Jane Munro

Levi Handy Estabrooks
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Note*: Levi Handy Estabrooks, b. Sep. 29, 1813, Sheffield, N.B., d. Apr. 13,1882; m. May 11, 1836, Mary Ann, daughter of Joseph and Mary (Ackerson)Noble. She was b. Sep. 3, 1815, and d. Jan. 19, 1895, and was sister ofJane Noble who married Levi's brother, Alban Cole Estabrooks. Theirchildren were: Elmira Ann, Joseph Handy, Caroline Amelia, Althea Jane,and Louise Letitia Estabrooks.
Birth*: 29 September 1813, Sheffield, Sunbury County, New Brunswick, Canada
Marriage*: 11 May 1836
Death*: 13 April 1882

Parents:

Father: Samuel Estabrooks b. 14 March 1787, d. 16 April 1871
Mother: Myra Palmer

Family:

Children:

Elmira Ann Estabrooks b. 3 Aug 1838, d. 26 Apr 1842
Joseph Handy Estabrooks+ b. 10 May 1842
Caroline Amelia Estabrooks b. 16 Dec 1845
Althea Jane Estabrooks b. 17 Mar 1848
Louise Letitia Estabrooks b. 17 Nov 1851, d. 13 Jan 1923

Lillian Estabrooks
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Birth*: 1863, Canning, Queens County, New Brunswick

Parents:

Father: Turney Estabrooks b. 1820
Mother: Catherine McLean b. 1826

Lillian Estabrooks
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Note*: resided in New Brunswick.

Parents:

Father: Hammond Estabrooks b. 29 January 1783
Mother: Rebecca Glasier d. 1864


         

Compiler:
David Walker
Edwards, Ontario, Canada

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