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Robert Estabrooks
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Birth*: 12 August 1705, Swansea, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Parents:

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

Robert Tweedie Estabrooks
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Parents:

Father: Charles Estabrooks b. 23 December 1823, d. 1892
Mother: Martha E. Gilmore b. 9 August 1822

Roland Estabrooks
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Parents:

Father: Handy Chipman Estabrooks b. 24 April 1835, d. 21 April 1857

Roland Mayo Estabrooks
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Burial*: Dyer Brook, Aroostook County, Maine, U.S.A.
Note*: A newspaper clipping (name of newspaper and date not recorded)contributed by Louella Ryan of Island Falls, Maine, reads: Oakfield, May 9 (1944) - The community was shocked Thursday, May 4, tolearn of the sudden death of Roland M. Estabrook, a resident of this townfor the past 29 years. Mr. Estabrook was born in Linneus, May 5, 1885,son of the late George A. and Mrs. Estabrook. When he was a young boy,the family moved to Dyer Brook, where he spent the years of his earlymanhood. In 1914 he married Inez Randall, also of Dyer Brook. In the autumn ofthe same year they moved into their home in this town where, through theyears, he has been a highly respected citizen. Twenty-two years ago Mr.Estabrook, in partnership with Oscar Boutiller, built and opened to thepublic Smyrna Mills Garage. This business he carried on until his deathalthough the partnership dissolved a few years ago and Mr. Estabrookbecame sole owner. Surviving him are his wife and one daughter, a teacher at Norton HighSchool, Norton, Mass. There are also two sisters, Mrs. Weldon Ramsey ofNewport, and Mrs. Bert Kiles (should be Kelso) of Island Falls, and fourbrothers, Frank Estabrook of Linneus, Wyman Estabrook of Dyer Brook, andGeorge and Wilbert Estabrook of this town. Funeral services were held from the home Saturday, May 6. Roy M. Ayes ofRicker Classical Institute conducted the service. There was a profusionof lovely flowers. Internment was in the family lot in Dyer Brook.
Event-Misc*: family lot in Dyer Brook Cemetery, Dyer Brook, Aroostook Co., Maine, U.S.A, Type: Fact #1
Marriage*: Principal=Inez Randall
Birth*: 5 May 1885, Linneus, Aroostook County, Maine, U.S.A.
Death*: 4 May 1944, Oakfield, Aroostook County, Maine, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: George 'Harding' Estabrooks b. 23 September 1839
Mother: Millicent Estabrooks b. 2 July 1851, d. 3 December 1916

Family:

Inez Randall b. 20 June 1887, d. 1979

Ruby M. Estabrooks
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Burial*: Westbrook, Cumberland County, Maine, U.S.A.
Note*: Ruby M., daughter of William and Lydia (Kelly) Estabrooks. She was born22 Sep 1874, at Bancroft, Aroostook County, Maine, and died 06 Jul 1950,also buried at Westbrook. William Estabrooks was a son of Hammond andJemima (Belyea) Estabrooks who were married in the Parish of Brighton,Carleton County, N.B., 15 Nov 1834, and grandson of Hammond and Rebecca(Glasier) Estabrooks. They had two sons and five daughters
Birth*: 22 September 1874, Bancroft, Aroostook County, Maine, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 6 October 1889, Principal=Harry Judson Tedford
Death*: 6 July 1950, Westbrook, Cumberland County, Maine, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: William Estabrooks
Mother: Lydia Kelly

Family:

Harry Judson Tedford b. 15 July 1868, d. 4 February 1939

Rufus Estabrooks
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Note*: Rufus never married but received land in the Parish of Wakefield,Carleton County, in 1816. Rufus ESTABROOKS was born about 1789.
Birth*: circa 1789

Parents:

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

Ruth Estabrooks
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Marriage*: Principal=Michael White
Birth*: 23 June 1827, Prob. York County, New Brunswick
Death*: 1907

Parents:

Father: Hezekiah Estabrooks b. 18 July 1779, d. 4 August 1869
Mother: Sarah Turney b. 1787

Family:

Michael White b. 1827, d. 1917

Children:

Odbur White b. 1849
Sebastian White b. 9 Nov 1850
Whitfield White b. 1854
Hiram A. White b. 1856
Josephine White b. 1859
Sarah E. White b. c 1863

Ruth Estabrooks
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Marriage*: Principal=Thomas McDowell
Birth*: 25 August 1867, Near Penniac, York County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

Father: Frederick Estabrooks b. 23 June 1830
Mother: Christianna Dennison b. 1832

Family:

Thomas McDowell b. 1863

Ruth Amelia Estabrooks
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Note*: Her first husband, William McGowan died and she married Caleb Heustis.They lived at Upper Gagetown. She had one child which died young. The Estabrooks-Palmer Records at the New Brunswick Museum, Saint John,say that Ruth Estabrooks married William Gowan 22 Oct 1863 rather thanWilliam McGowan 14 Sep 1863.
Birth*: 13 February 1836, New Brunswick, Canada
Marriage*: 14 September 1863, New Brunswick, Canada, Principal=William Mcgowan Or Gowan

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:

William Mcgowan Or Gowan b. circa 1821

S. Chesley Estabrooks
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Parents:

Father: Samuel Noble Estabrooks b. 5 March 1836, d. 26 August 1912
Mother: Amanda Turner

Samuel Estabrooks
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Note*: Samuel Estabrooks, baptized at Boxford, Essex County, Massachusetts, Dec.6, 1757. There is no record of him in New Brunswick. Rumor said that hedied young, but possibly he was left behind with grandparents inHaverville.
Death*: died young?
Birth*: 6 December 1757, Boxford, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
Baptism: 11 December 1757, Second Church (Congregational), Boxford, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Parents:

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

Samuel Estabrooks
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Note*: He graduated from Harvard in 1696 and a minister at Canterbury, Conn.,1711-1727.
Name Variation: Reverend (?) (?)
Birth*: 7 June 1674, Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 23 March 1713/14, Massachusetts, U.S.A., Principal=Rebecca Hobart
Death*: 26 June 1727, Canterbury, Windham County, Connecticut, U.S.A.

Parents:

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

Family:

Rebecca Hobart

Samuel Estabrooks
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Note*: In March, 1757, Samuel's name appeared on a muster roll of the third footcompany of Haverhill, enlisted to attempt the conquest of Canada. He was a shipwright and bought Burril's property on Jan. 12, 1761 He married Hannah______. Their son Samuel was Baptized at F. Haverhill(Rocks Village) Church Nov. 7, 1762, married Hannah Silloway ofHaverhill, June 16, 1784, died Haverhill May 7, 1793, aged 32 years. Samuel ESTABROOKS was born on 27 Nov 1738 in Shelburne, MA. He diedbefore 1778 in Enfield, MA 5 children born by this union.
Birth*: 27 November 1738

Parents:

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

Samuel Estabrooks
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Note*: Samuel, a twin of Lois, was in the army at Haverhill, Massachusetts, in1757 (3rd Foot Company). He bought land in Haverhill from Josiah Berrillin 1760. Numerous descendants still live there.
Birth*: 14 September 1732

Parents:

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

Samuel Estabrooks
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Burial*: Old Calvinist Baptist Cemetery, Rockland, Carleton County, New Brunswick, Canada
Note*: Samuel Estabrooks, b. Mar. 14, 1787, in Queens Co., d. Apr. 16, 1871, atRockland, Carleton Co., N.B.; m. 1st, Myra Palmer, and 2nd, May 4, 1819,Ann, daughter of George and Mary (Smith) Hayward of Lincoln, Sunbury Co.,N.B. Myra Palmer was born March 12, 1791, and died Oct. 10, 1818. AnnHayward was born March 25, 1799, and died at Rockland, Carleton Co., Oct.13, 1874. Her brothers, George and William Hayward, lived at Ashland andRockland, and her sister Mary (Mrs. Benjamin Thomas) lived at Rockland.The early settlers at Rockland, as in many other areas of the County,were not strangers in the wilderness. Many were, in fact, friends andrelatives. Samuel Estabrooks, by his marriage to Myra Palmer, had fourchildren. They were: Alban Cole, Levi Handy, Lucretia A., and LouisaJane Estabrooks. . Samuel ESTABROOKS was born on 14 Mar 1787 in Sheffield, Sunbury Co.,NB. He died on 16 Apr 1871 in Carleton Co., NB. He was buried inRockland, Carleton Co., NB. Old Calvinist Baptist Cemetery
Marriage*: Principal=Ann Hayward
Marriage*: Principal=Myra Palmer
Birth*: 14 March 1787, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada
Death*: 16 April 1871, Rockland, Carleton County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

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

Family 1:

Ann Hayward b. 25 March 1799, d. 13 October 1874

Family 2:

Myra Palmer

Children:

Alban Cole Estabrooks+ b. 12 May 1811, d. 12 May 1847
Levi Handy Estabrooks+ b. 29 Sep 1813, d. 13 Apr 1882
Lucretia A. Estabrooks b. 17 Jan 1816
Louisa Jane Estabrooks b. 10 May 1818

Samuel Noble Estabrooks
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Birth*: 5 March 1836
Marriage*: 23 October 1862, Principal=Amanda Turner
Death*: 26 August 1912

Parents:

Father: Alban Cole Estabrooks b. 12 May 1811, d. 12 May 1847

Family:

Amanda Turner

Children:

Annie Estabrooks
Jane E. Estabrooks
Lora Mae Estabrooks
S. Chesley Estabrooks

Samuel W. Estabrooks
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Note*: Samuel W. Estabrooks, b. March 23, 1792, Canning (then Waterborough),Queens Co.; son of Elijah III and Mary (Whittemore) Estabrooks; marriedhis cousin, Jane Estabrooks, daughter of Joseph and Lucretia (Handy)Estabrooks. About 1816 he removed to Carleton Co. and settled on Lot 16, 300 acres, in the fifth tier in the Parish of Wakefield in 1816 justacross the Jacksontown road from his uncle, Ebenezer Estabrooks and theylived there. In 1851 a petition was presented to the legislature signedby Wm. Nevers, Samuel W. Estabrooks and forty-four others asking forlocal self-government. Mrs. Hayward of Hartland said she thought that this family moved moved tothe State of Maine around 1851. It is also said that Jane may have beenhis second wife, his first having died after giving birth to a daughterCaroline? Florence C. Estabrooks says it is possible that Samuel W. married a firsttime Mary and had a daughter Caroline S. who died July 18, 1846 age22yrs. in Fredericton,N.B. The statement below is from the booklet: 'Pioneer Families of CarletonCounty', by George H. Haward, C. G. First printing, January 1994, Secondprinting, with revisions, February 1996. 'Their children were: Henry A., Ward H., Frances, and Mary JaneEstabrooks. There may also have been a daughter from a previous marriageof Samuel's; Caroline Estabrooks, who died July 18, 1846, inFredericton, aged 22 years.'
Death*: Wakefield, New Brunswick, Canada
Marriage*: Principal=Jane Estabrooks
Marriage*: Principal=Mary (?)
Birth*: 23 May 1792, 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:

Jane Estabrooks

Children:

Francis Estabrooks
Mary Jane Estabrooks
Ward Hackett Estabrooks+ b. c 1792
Henry A. Estabrooks+ b. c 1821

Family 2:

Mary (?)

Children:

Caroline A. Estabrooks b. 1824, d. 18 Jul 1846

Sanford Estabrooks
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Parents:

Father: Charles Estabrooks b. 23 December 1823, d. 1892
Mother: Martha E. Gilmore b. 9 August 1822

Sarah Estabrooks
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Marriage*: Principal=Bernard B. Manzer
Birth*: 12 October 1814, Canning (then Waterborough), Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada
Death*: 1857

Parents:

Father: Hezekiah Estabrooks b. 18 July 1779, d. 4 August 1869
Mother: Sarah Turney b. 1787

Family:

Bernard B. Manzer b. 1812

Sarah Estabrooks
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Note*: Most Rideouts of Carleton County are probably related. Chances are goodthey all descended from Nicholas and Sarah (Oliver) Rideout who came fromNew England and settled in Maugerville, Sunbury County, New Brunswick,Canada, probably in 1763. Nicholas and Sarah Rideout had about a dozenchildren, which was an average family in their time. At least three oftheir sons, Nicholas, Thomas and Oliver, removed with their families fromMaugerville and settled in Carleton County. 10. Thomas Oliver Rideout, was born about 1811. His wife was Sarah,daughter of Ebenezer and Charlotte (Lounsbury) Estabrooks, who was bornabout 1817, probably at Jacksontown, Carleton County, New Brunswick,Canada. Thomas Oliver Rideout and Sarah were living in the Parish of Wakefieldwhen the Carleton County Census was taken in 1851. Living with them wasCharlotte Estabrooks , age 69 (b. c1782), Thomas' mother-in-law. The1851 Census, and 'Rideouts in America', show the names of ten children:10.1 Hannah Rideout, b. c1841. 10.2 Stephen Rideout, b. c1843; m. MaryJane Lockhart. 10.3 Abraham Rideout, b. c1845. 10.4 Lucy Lockhart, b.c1847. 10.5 Charlotte A. Rideout, b. c1851; m. Todd Johnson. 10.6Miriam Rideout, b. c1854. 10.7 George W. Rideout, b. c1864. 10.8 Anna F.Rideout, b. c1862. 10.9 Guiford W. Rideout, b. c1864. 10.10 HarriottRideout, b. c1866.> From the boolet, page 26 ' Pioneer Families of Carleton County, NewBrunswick', by George H. Hayward, 29 Leeds Drive, Fredericton, NewBrunswick, Canada. E-mail:
Marriage*: Principal=Thomas Oliver Rideout
Birth*: circa 1817, Probably Jacksontown, Carleton County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

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

Family:

Thomas Oliver Rideout b. circa 1811

Children:

Hannah Rideout b. c 1841
Stephen Rideout b. c 1843
Abraham Rideout b. c 1845
Miriam Rideout b. c 1845
Lucy Rideout b. c 1847
Charlotte A. Rideout b. c 1851
George W. Rideout b. c 1859
Anna F. Rideout b. c 1862
Guilford W. Rideout b. c 1864
Harriett Rideout b. c 1866

Sarah Estabrooks
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Birth*: 19 September 1676, Swansea, 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

Sarah Estabrooks
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Birth*: 13 August 1719, Swansea, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Parents:

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

Sarah Estabrooks
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Birth*: 12 January 1727/28

Parents:

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

Sarah Estabrooks
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Birth*: 14 April 1750, Johnston, Providence County, Rhode Island, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 10 August 1769, New Brunswick, Canada, Principal=Job Seaman
Death*: 27 April 1819

Parents:

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

Family:

Job Seaman b. 1748

Sarah Estabrooks
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Note*: Sarah Estabrooks died in Fredericton in Jan. 2, 1844.Child Estabrooksdied at 5 days old.
Birth*: 25 May 1755, Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
Birth: 25 May 1755, Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
Death: 30 May 1755, Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
Baptism: 1 July 1769, By Rev. Mr. Wood at Saint John; (Letter in N.B. Museum), New Brunswick, Canada
Baptism: 2 July 1769, Baptized by Re. Thomas Wood, Portland Point, New Brunswick, Canada
Marriage*: 15 July 1790, Canning, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada, Principal=John L. Marsh
Death*: 2 January 1844, Fredericton, York 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:

Marriage*: 15 July 1790, Canning, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada, Principal=John L. Marsh

John L. Marsh b. 1758

Children:

Thomas Lothrop Marsh b. 20 Sep 1791, d. 16 Jun 1793
Elizabeth Marsh b. 9 Jul 1793, d. 12 Jan 1814
Charles William Marsh b. 20 Oct 1794, d. 7 May 1867
John Lothrop Marsh+ b. 12 Jul 1796
Elijah Marsh b. 27 Oct 1799, d. 21 Aug 1821
George Marsh b. 25 Dec 1802

Sarah Estabrooks
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Parents:

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

Sarah Adelia Estabrooks
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Birth*: circa 1850, 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

Sarah Esther Estabrooks
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Parents:

Father: Elijah Estabrooks b. 17 March 1804, d. 19 July 1872
Mother: Sarah Burpee b. 16 March 1801, d. 23 August 1844

Sarah M. Estabrooks
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Name-Com: Sarah Estabrooks
Birth*: 1864, Near Penniac, York County, New Brunswick

Parents:

Father: Frederick Estabrooks b. 23 June 1830
Mother: Christianna Dennison b. 1832

Sarah Marsh Estabrooks
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Marriage*: Principal=George W. Hoben , Esq.
Birth*: 2 January 1820, New Brunswick, Canada
Death*: 30 June 1906

Parents:

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

Family:

George W. Hoben , Esq. b. 1819

Children:

Henry Hoben b. 1841
Helen Hoben b. 1843
John Hoben b. 1849
Kate Hoben b. 1851
Sarah Hoben b. 1853
Georgina R. Hoben b. 1858

Scott Estabrooks
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Parents:

Father: Richard Scott Estabrooks b. 22 April 1833
Mother: Martha B. Graham

Sgt. Elijah Estabrooks ,Jr.
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Burial*: Garrison Graveyard, Canning, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada
Note*: Sergeant Elijah Estabrooks II who was born c1728, in Enfield, MiddlesexCo., England, (died Abt. 1796 at his son, John's homestead at Swan Creek,Sunbury Co., N.B, ), and later came to the Saint John River married, atHaverhill, Mass., Nov. 14, 1750, Mary, daughter of Ebenezer and Hannah(Ring) Hacket, of Salisbury, Mass. The marriage ceremony was atHaverhill but is recorded in the Second Congregational Church atSalisbury. She was born in Salisbury Aug. 1, 1728. Her family were shipbuilders. Born about 1727, as a boy before the death of his father, Elijah (junior)must have been in Sherburne with his family between 1734 and 1740. Duringthis time he acquired a good education for his journal is well written.After his father's death, his uncle Joseph Frost or the Daniels probablylooked after him. The formal guardianship assumed in 1746 was 'probably asurety for him going out into the world.' Elijah soon found his way to Haverhill. His mother was there and therewas plenty of work in connection with ship-building. He was admitted tothe Second Church (Congregational) at East Salisbury on 04 March 1750. Hemarried Mary Hackett of Salisbury on 14 November 1750, with the weddingceremony being performed at Haverhill, Massachusetts, although it isrecorded in the Second Church at Salisbury. The family apparently lived in East Haverhill from 1750 to about 1757 asthe baptisms of the first three children are recorded in the FourthChurch (Congregational): Hannah, baptized 25 August 1751; Molly, baptized18 March 1753, and Elijah, baptized 23 May 1756. Elijah then appears tohave moved to Boxford, close to Bradford, about 1727, as baptisms of twoof his children appear in the records of the Second Church(Congregational) in Boxford: Samuel, baptized 11 December 1757, andEbenezer, baptized 09 September 1759. Elijah's wife, Mary Hackett, was born in Salisbury 01 August 1728. Shewas the daughter of Ebenezer and Hannah (Ring) Hackett, and her familywere ship-builders. Elijah's diary records two periods of service, he completed his firsttour of duty (after the battle at Ticonderoga) on 07 November 1758 andre-enlisted 06 April 1759. He went by ship to Halifax and during his tourof duty in Nova Scotia he became a Sergeant. His family remained inBoxford. He left Nova Scotia 25 November 1760 and arrived home 15December. During the next two and a half years, Elijah made preparations to movehis family the Saint John River, an area that was still called NovaScotia. Governor Lawrence of Nova Scotia was urged by the Lords of Tradeand Plantations to re-people the lands vacated by the French withsettlers from New England. Colonel McNutt went through the Essex Countysection of Massachusetts urging men to better their fortunes. In theNewbury-Haverhill district, a group organized and decided to examine thesituation. In the winter of 1761-1762, the Governor of Massachusettsappointed Israel Perley in charge of 12 men in the pay of Massachusettsto make a snowshoe journey through the wilderness from Maine to the SaintJohn River. Hugh Quinton was one of this party. Elijah was also one of this group. They went by boat to Machias and madetheir way by trails until they descended the Elijah and Mary (Hacket) Estabrooks apparently lived in East Haverhillfrom 1750 to 1757 for the baptisms of their first three children arerecorded there in the Fourth Congregational Church. They probably movedto Boxwood, Mass., about 1757 for the baptisms of two children arerecorded in the in the Second Congregational Church. The Estabrooks were a Pre-Loyalist family, whose ancestor, ElijahEstabrooks II had fought at Crown Point and Ticonderoga, had taken partin the capture of Louisburg and was in the army in Capt. Israel Herrick'sCompany, Col. Jedediah Prebble's Regiment, during 1758 and was dischargedNov. 7 of that year. He re-enlisted, April 6, 1759, and was sent toHalifax, Nova Scotia, where he remained until November 25, 1760. Duringthis time he became a Sergeant while in the army, 1758-1760. Elijah'sdiary records that he had helped with raising of the spire of Mather's(St. Matthews) Church in Halifax. His diary which is still extant, maybe seen among the Estabrooks-Palmer records in the Archives Department ofthe New Brunswick Museum, Saint John, N.B. A portion Journal of ElijahEstabrooks, 1758-1760 .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. May 21st 1758: We marched from Haverhill 9Massachusettes) as far as Captain Forster's (8miles) in Andover and lay there that night, and the 22nd day we marchedfrom there to Citerges about 7 miles and from there to Concord about 9miles and about 10 o'clock in the morning we marched from there toCaptain Curtase's about 4 miles from Worcester staid (sic) there untilthe 24th day, and then marched into Worcester which is 25 miles fromConcord, and staid there that night and the 25th day we received ourbilleting money, and guns and accouterments. The 26th day we received our allowances and marched off in theafternoon. And Colonel Hore drew up our Company and gave us a treat.And then we marched out of Town as far as Hubbard's (6 miles) and the27th day we marched in the morning early as far as Walker's in Brookfieldabout 13 miles and lay there that night and we left one man sick, AmosHardy by name, with the fever and ague and one Edmund Cheney to tend himand we marched from there to Cold Spring 18 miles and lay in the MeetingHouse and the 28th day we marched from there to Simons. And from thereto Devil's (Dwight's) 5 mile from Cold Stream. And went to dinner (onThe) 29th day and there to Hadly 8 miles and billeted out in Hadly untilthe 4th day of June. And then came orders to march over to Northamptonto receive our allowances in order to march through the woods to Pantuckand we marched about 6 miles in the woods and camped that night. And the5th day we marched in the morning as far as the Salter-House where wasliquors of all sorts and victuals ready dressed (15 miles) and campedthere that night and 6th day we marched to Westfield River and camped.And from there to Pantuck fort 16 miles and lay there that night. Andthe 7th day we marched from there (5 miles) to Fort Connaut and haltedabout an hour, then marched off as far as the half-way house on a brookand camped there that night. And the 8th day we marched from there andgot to the half-way house from Canterbruck to Greenbush about 12 o'clockand we heard that Colonel Preble had arrived at Albany which caused us tomarch to Greenbush. And came to Greenbush about sunset and camped on ahill. And the 9th day we marched down to the tavern and received ourallowance. And that night we backed (baked) our flower (flour) for thewhole company. And the 10th day we marched the East Side of the river upas far as the flats (4 miles) and from there to Harmony (possiblyHalfmoon) 4 miles and lay there that night. And the 11th day we marchedas far as Stillwater, 13 miles, and stayed there until the 18th day forour Captain was Commander of the fort. And the 18th day there cameCaptain Burke and took our Captain's place And we marched off toSaratoga and we got to Saratoga about sunset (14 miles) and camped onthis side of the river. And the 17th day we marched off to Fort Edward 7miles and camped on this side of the River until the 20th day. And thenreceived our tents and we pitched our tents and lay in them until the22nd day. And then we had orders to remove our tents near the river andpitch them and we also did. And lay there until the 24th day. And thenwe had orders to strike our tents in order to march off for the Lake.And we came to the Lake about 8 o'clock in the evening and we pitched ourtents and lay there until the 28th day. As Elijah was recording these events, the French sent an emissary. 'Onthe last day of June, a lieutenant of the French Marine went to FortEdward under a truce. He was not permitted to return, for he had seentoo much.' The officer was Sier Woolf of the French regulars, and he had beensent to carry letters from the Marquis de Vaudreuil to GeneralAbercrombie, on a matter of an exchange of prisoners. TheEnglish held Sier Wolf until the 9th of July, (the day after thebattle). They sent him back with the answer that the King ofEngland had declared the capitulation of Fort William Henry null. Elijah reported ':Nothing remarkable from the 28th day to the 3rd day ofJuly 1758.' Sometimes a great many soldiers lives are claimed on the battlefield.Som times, there is a great deal of 'scurrying around,' for little greatreason. Elijah pointed out one example of this on 'July the 5th day of1758,' when they were camped out and one of their sentries 'heard arattle snake which caused him to cry out and aroused the whole camp...which caused our officer to order the whole to embark and haul off to themiddle of the lake and lay there until morning.' You have to imaginewhat Elijah and his mates were thinking as they realized that they wereall sitting in the middle of a lake because of a snake. On the other hand, Elijah made note of many of his comrades who did notsurvive the campaign. Elijah lived to tell his tale, and if I (Harold'Hal' Skaarup) may him the last word, it is (for Hal) the single mostimportant line in his Journal: 'And the 15th day (of November, 1760), Igot home to my family.' The last entry in the diary records his departure from Halifax. 'Nov.the 25th day, 1760: We embarked on board the ship and the 27th day wewent out to sea and about noon we had like to be cast away and we putinto Halifax again and laid there until the second of December, and wethen put to sea again and the 13th day we got into Boston and the 15thday I got home to my family.' His family remained in Boxford,Massachusetts. Elijah's diary records two periods of service, he completed his firsttour of duty (after the battle at Ticonderoga) on 07 November 1758 andre-enlisted 06 April 1759. He went by ship to Halifax and during his tourof duty in Nova Scotia he became a Sergeant. His family remained inBoxford. He left Nova Scotia 25 November 1760 and arrived home 15December. He got home from Halifax December 15, 1760, and during the next 2½ yearsmade preparations to remove his family to the Saint John River. GovernorLawrence, of Nova Scotia, was urged by the Lords of Trade and Plantationsin England to settle the lands on the Saint John River which were vacatedby the Acadians with people from New England. This resulted in asettlement at Maugerville, Sunbury County, New Brunswick, in 1763, byabout 80 families, most of them from New England. During the next two and one half years, Elijah Estabrooks II madepreparations to remove his family to the Saint John River. Early in 1763he moved them to Halifax, then to Cornwallis near Digby, N.S., intendingto leave them there until he made arrangements for their settlement atMaugerville in Sunbury County on the river which was a wilderness. Hecrossed the Bay of Fundy and joined Israel Perley's party which was goingup the Saint John River to occupy their lands. It is said he took hisson, Elijah III, a boy of seven years, with him to see the country in thespring of 1763, and finding the lot he had drawn in Maugerville floodedunder water. He decided not to use it and he returned to Cornwallis. During the next two years he was apparently exploring the possibilitiesof new land. Tradition says he paid a visit to Sackville, N.B., whereValentine Estabrooks had settled. However, he was apparently set on theriver, and on 18th of October, 1765, he entered the employ of Simonds andHazen and White, who operated a trading post, a fishery, a fur trade, andother businesses, at Portland Point (Saint John, New Brunswick). Eightyears later, in 1773 he made an agreement with William Hazen and JamesSimonds to settle in the Township of Conway near the mouth of the River,where the City of Saint John is now located. The lot grant to Elijah wasNo. 5, next to ship building plant. The lot next to him, No. 6, was ownedby his son-in-law, Zebedee Ring. Hazen and Simonds guaranteeing him 250acres of land. An old census return dated August 1, 1775, shows that hehad cleared and improved seven acres of land and built a log house bythat time. The first act of aggression in Saint John after the outbreak of theAmerican Revolutionary War occurred August 1, 1773, when a party fromMachias, Maine, entered the harbour in a sloop. They burned FortFrederick on the Conway side and captured a brig in the harbour which wasloaded with provisions for the British troops in Boston. The raids wererepeated several times later. The inhabitants of Conway took to thewoods to avoid the depredations of the marauders, their houses werelooted, and some burned. And the experience was repeated several timesas the war progressed. Eight years later, in 1773, he made an agreement with William Hazen andJames Simonds, to settle in the Township of Conway, at the mouth of theRiver, where the City of Saint John is located, Hazen and Simmondsguaranteeing him 250 acres of land. An old population return, datedAugus 1, 1775, shows that he had cleared and removed seven acres, andbuilt a log house. His lot was No. 5, next to the ship building plant.The lot next to him, No. 6, was owned by his son-in-law, Zebedee Ring. The first act of aggression in Saint John after the outbreak of theRevolutionary War, occurred in August, 1775, when a party from Machias,Maine, entered the harbour in a sloop. They burned Fort Frederick andcaptured a brig in the harbour which was loaded with provisions for theBritish troops in Boston. The raids were repeated several times later.The inhabitants were terrorized, houses were looted, and some burned. In May, 1777, John Allen, one of the most determined Americansympathizers, set out from Machias with 43 men for Saint John in fourboats. They spent several days on the River, and took Simonds, Hazen andWhite prisoners, later releasing them. After that experience, Simonds moved up the river to Sunbury Co., wherehe built a log house and lived for nine years. Elijah Estabrooks removedfrom Saint John also, to Gagetown, in Queens Co. On June 30, 1783, asurvey party sent up the River from Saint John by Maj. Guilford Studholm,to record who was in possession of lands, recorded for Gagetown: 'ElijahEstabrooks has a wife and eight children, a log house with two rooms, andabout twelve acres of land cleared. Came from Cornwallis about 16 yearspast; settled at the mouth of the river and says he was drove up by therebels.' In 1777, Eliah Estabrooks II, and those of his family who were stillliving at home, removed from the from the mouth of the river to landwhich was part of the Spry grant at Gagetown, on Grimross Neck. Thefollowing year, 1778, Mary (Hackett) Estabrooks died and probably buriedin the old Garrison graveyard on the Jemseg opposite Gagetown. He thenmarried, 17 Dec 1778, Sarah, widow of James Oakes and daughter of PhilipHammond of Marblehead, Mass., who was living at Cornwallis. When the Loyalists arrived in N.B. in 1783 some of them were determinedto dispossess the pre-Loyalists and occupy their land. Elijah EstabrooksII and his family at Grimross Neck found themselves harassed by theLoyalists and decided to remove to the Jemseg. He applied for andreceived 1½ of lots 25 and 26 in Cambridge Parish, Queens County. Hissons Ebenezer and Joseph received the other halves of the two lots. Hisso Elijah III was granted ½ of lot 3 at Jemseg, and lot 32 on theintervale. The lots in Cambridge were beautifully situated on a ridge overlookingthe Jemseg River near Grand Lake. The Garrison graveyard was just overthe fence on a slope stretching down to a creek. Elijah II and twomarried sons, Ebenezer and Joseph, moved to their two lots in 1787. Hebecame active in the Baptist Church in Cambridge and is mentioned severaltimes in a book published by Rev. Walter R. Greenwood, M.A. Th.D., in1941 entitled 'The Early Baptists of Cambridge Parish, Queens County,New Brunswick.' The children of Elijah and Mary (Hacket) Estabrookswere: Hannah (m. Zebedee Ring), Mary (m. Samuel Hartt); an infant whichdied five days after birth; Elijah III (m. Mary Whittmore); Samuel(died young); Ebenezer (m. 1st, Maria Fletcher, 2nd, CharlotteLounsbury); Joseph (m. 1st, Miss Clinch, 2nd, Lucretia Handy); Sarah(m. John L. Marsh); Abigail (m. William Harper); John (m. CatherineEbbett); and Deborah Estabrooks (m. Moses Clark). By his secondmarriage to Sarah (Hammond) Oakes, Elijah Estabrooks II had two children:Elizabeth (m. Martin Holts); and Hammond Estabrooks (m. RebeccaGlazier). Elijah Estabrooks II is said to have remained hale and heartyto the last. He spent his latter years with his son John at Swan Creekon the west side of the Saint John near Upper Gagetown. It is said therewere two things he used to pray for. His grandson's wife, Mrs. AbrahamEstabrooks, said that he used to tell of old times to his grandchildren.She said there were two things that he prayed for, one was that he shouldnever be sick and the other that he should die at his work. He used topound grain for the chickens in a mortar. One summer afternoon in 1796after working for a while he lay back in his chair and covered his facewith his hat. His grandchildren, who were playing around, thought he wasasleep but when they went to waken him for supper they found that he wasdead. He was buried in the Garrison graveyard at Jemseg, N.B. The above statement is found on pages 45, 46 and 47 in the book, 'PioneerFamilies of Carleton County, New Brunswick', Published for privatedistribution by George H. Hayward, C.G., 29 Leeds Drive, Fredericton,N.B. E3B 4S7, First printing, January 1994, Second printing, withrevisions, February 1996. George's E-mail: ghayward@@ndnetnd.ca His chief assets were the two half lots in Cambridge. His widow soldthese to her sons James and Benjamin Oakes in 1803. James had marriedRachel Olts 07 July 1792. The Oakes men probably lived there until 1813when they sold the lots to Archelaus Purdy and moved up to CarletonCounty. The Estabrooks men sold theirs about the same time, and moved upto Wakefield, Carleton County. Some of the Oakes men went on to Ontario.Sarah (Oakes) Estabrooks may also be buried in the Garrison graveyard. Florence Estabrooks tried to locate the site of Elijah's burial.Fragments of a gravestone with Elijah Estabrooks name had been scatteredin the graveyard located on Jefferson Dykeman's farm. The graves wereclearly defined but the stones were gone. Elijah's grave was about tenfeet straight in front of the entrance. The tombstone had a curved topand the name clearly cut. Florence indicated that the place had grown upin 1951. Elijah's children: (By Mary Hackett): Hannah, Mary, Sarah, Elijah, Samuel, Ebenezer, Joseph,and Sarah, Abigail, John, Deborah; (by Sarah Hammond-Oakes): Elizabeth,and Hammond. Elijah's son Ebenezer was baptized in Boxford, Massachusetts, 28 August1759. He married Maria Fletcher before 1783 and they had nine children.They settled on Gagetown Neck, but were dispossessed by the Loyalists in1785. He settled for a time on his grant in Cambridge (half of Lot 25);but by 1796 he was living in Lakeville, Sheffield. He was one of thosewho signed the covenant of the Church at Waterborough 20 October 1800.This was the occasion of forming the Baptist Church. He moved to Lincolnabout 1808. In the same year he received land on Little River. On 25December 1813 Ebenezer Estabrooks and a number of others applied to bedismissed from the church at Canning to join in forming a Baptist Churchin Fredericton. This was the beginning of the Brunswick St. BaptistChurch. In 1816, Ebenezer took up a large farm in Jacksontown, Parish ofWakefield, Carleton County, where he died about 1851. About 1814 hemarried a second time; his second wife was Charlotte Ann Lounsbury, born1782, died 1860. Ebenezer and Charlotte Ann had another five children.After Ebenezer's death, Charlotte Ann lived with the Rideouts, dyingabout 1860 at the age of 90. Ebenezer's children: (By Maria Fletcher): Ebenezer, Maria, David E., Thomas Fletcher, StephenPotter, Joseph Fletcher, William Wilmot, Deborah, and Harriet; (byCharlotte Ann Lounsbury): Ebenezer, Chipman, Sarah, George, and CharlotteAnn. Chipman was born 16 December 1818. He married Lucretia Smith 01 May 1849in Houlton, Maine, and lived in Waterville, Carleton County, where theyhad 12 children. Chipman died in Waterville 13 December 1890. Chipman's children: (By Lucretia Smith): Albert, Ebenezer, Stephen, Frederick, Wilson, John,Clara, Amelia, Joseph, Sophia, Annie, and Rhoda. Joseph was born 18 September 1861 and married Catherine Peed. They hadthree children. Joseph and his sister Sophia were twins. Joseph died 12January 1939, Catherine died in 1950. Joseph and Catherine's children: Walter, Minnie, and Frank. Walter married Myrtle Olmstead Walter and Myrtle's children: Kathyrn, Gaynelle, Frederick, Beatrice, Bernard and Wilhelmine. Beatrice Leah Estabrook married Aage C. Skaarup Beatrice and Aage's children: Harold, Dale and Christopher. Harold married Faye Jenkins Harold and Faye's children: Jonathan and Sean The following statements below is found in the book, ' The St. John Riverand its Tributaries ', by Esther Clark Williams, Copyright 1966. 'He looked for land at Horton, but found the best land taken up, andsettled on the St. John River. He had been eight years at the mouth ofthe river, and the eight years at Gagetown, according to the 1783 reporton the settlers. His log cabin at Conway had decayed, and probably theseven acres he had cleared there had grown up. He and his wife and eightchildren were living in a log house with two rooms, and he had twelveacres cleared at Gagetown. Turned off his lands at Gagetown, ElijahEstabrooks moved across the river, where he leased land from Captain Spryon the Jemseg. Two of Elijah Estabrooks' thirteen children die young,but the six daughters and the five sons who grew up and married did theirshare of contributing to the development of St. John River communities.' When Loyalists arrived in New Brunswick in 1783, there was a lot ofcompetition for land. Some of the old inhabitants had no deeds, ortitles that had never been recorded. The new arrivals had recordssearched, and when they found old inhabitants without sufficient title,they attempted to gain possession of their lands. They were determined todispossess the pre-Loyalists and occupy their land. This causedconfrontations, and in some cases, riots, and a few belligerents were putin jail.' This likely prompted Elijah and his family, including two married sons,Ebenizer and Joseph, to move from Gagetown in 1787 across the Saint JohnRiver to the Parish of Cambridge, in Queens Co., near Jemseg, where hewas granted Lot #32 on the Jemseg River, 58 acres, January 13, 1787.Ebenezer was granted Lot #25, 61.5 acres, and Joseph Lot #26, 114 acres,nearby, on the same date (N.B. Dept. of Natural Resources, Crown LandGrants index). Note: The Estabrooks-Palmer Records, George H. Hayward saw at the NewBrunswick Museum Archives in Saint John, New Brunswick, in 1978, say thatElijah's second wife was Widow Oakes who had, by her first husband, fourchildren: James, Benjamin, Sarah and Christopher Oakes. I (George H.Hayward) do not know if the Widow Oakes and Sarah Hammond are the sameperson. Elijah Estabrooks is said to have remained hale and hearty there to thelast. He spent his latter years with his son John at Swan Creek on thewest side of the Saint John near Upper Gagetown. His grandson's wife, Mrs. Abraham Estabrooks, said that he used to telltales of old times to his grandchildren. she said there were two thingsthat he prayed for. One was that he should never be sick. The other wasthat he should die at his work. He used to pound grain in a mortar forchickens. One afternoon after working for a while he lay back in hischair and covered his face with his hat. His grandchildren, who wereplaying around him, thought he was sleeping, but when they went to wakenhim for supper, they found that he was dead. Abraham Estabrooks, Elijah's grandson, was a son of John Estabrooks. Hiswife was Elizabeth Watson. Abraham and Elizabeth lived at Swan Creek,Sunbury Co., N.B., on the farm that formerly been owned by Abraham'sfather, John Estabrooks. Elijah died before Abraham was born. It isassumed that Elijah Estabrooks II died there, on his son John's farm.But he is said to have been buried in the Garrison Burying Grounds, nearJemseg in the Parish of Cambridge, Queens County, N.B. Some of the references above: George H. Hayward, 'Pioneer Families ofCarleton County, New Brunswick', Published for private distribution byGeorge H. Hayward, C.G., 29 Leeds Drive, Fredericton, N.B. E3B 4S7, Firstprinting, January 1994, Second printing, with revisions, February 1996. Some of references above: Florence C. Estabrooks, 'Genealogy of theAnglo-Dutch Estabrooks Family of The Saint John River, New Brunswick'(1935; rpt., Saint John, New Brunswick: privately published, 1958), Pages10-11, 15, 17-21.-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Below is from the website of: Ralph James Turner, 14260 Rock Creek RD,Sheridan, Oregon 97378-9735 E-mail: arty@@macnet.com (or)arty@@been-there.com Website: http://www.parsonstech.com/genealogy/trees/rturner1/Turner.htm Sergeant Elijah, II ESTABROOKS was born in 1728 in Enfield, MiddlesexCo., England. He was buried in 1796 in Canning, Queens Co., NB. GarrisonGraveyard He died about 1796 in Canning, Queens Co., NB. ElijahEstabrooks II is said to have remained hale and hearty to the last. Hespent his latter years with his son John at Swan Creek on the west sideof the Saint John near Upper Gagetown. It is said there were two thingshe used to pray for. One was that he should never be sick and the otherthat he should die at his work. He used to pound grain for the chickensin a mortar. One summer afternoon in 1796 after working for a while helay back in his chair and covered his face with his hat. Hisgrandchildren, who were playing around, thought he was asleep but whenthey went to waken him for supper they found that he was dead. He wasburied in the Garrison graveyard at Jemseg, N.B. In Cap. Israel Herrick'sCo., Col Jedediah Prebble's Reg. in 1758, stationed at Lake Champlain.Fought at Ticonderoga, NY. Discharged 7 Nov 1758. Re-enlisted 6 Apr 1759,sent to Halifax, N.S. until 25 Nov 1760. Sergeant. His family remained inBoxford, MA. Returned to Boxford 15 Dec 1760. He removed his family toHalifax and then Cornwallis, N.S.. Went up the St John River in 1763 tofind his lot. On 18 Oct 1765 he was employed by Simonds, Hazen and Whitewho operated a fur trading post and fishery at Portland Point, St John,NB. in 1773 he settled in Conway Township at the mouth of the river (StJohn now) on 250 acres of land. By 1 Aug. 1775 he had cleared andimproved 7 acres and built a log house. on lot 5 next to the shipbuilding plant. Lot 6 was owned by Zebedee Ring, his son in law. Heremoved from St. John to Gagetown in Queens Co during the American Rev.He joined the Cumberland party to help the Revolution by trying to takeFort Cumberland with Eddy. On 30 Jun 1783 a survey party sent up theriver recorded that he had a wife and 8 children, a log house with 2rooms and 12 acres cleared. Moved from Gagetown in 1787 across the riverto Cambridge Parish in Queens Co., near Jemseg where he was granted lot32 on Jemseg River, 58 acres. Granted lot 25, 61.5 acres on 13 Jan 1787. Mary HACKETT was born on 1 Aug 1728 in Salisbury, MA. She died in 1778 inCanning, Queens Co., NB. Children were: i. Hannah Hackett ESTABROOKS. ii. Mary ESTABROOKS was born on 9 Mar 1753. She died in 1792. iii. Sarah ESTABROOKS was born on 25 May 1755. iv. Reverand Elijah ESTABROOKS was born on 16 May 1756 in Haverhill, MA.He died on 26 Sep 1825 in Upper Gagetown, Queens Co., NB. He was buriedin Upper Gagetown, Queens Co., NB. He was Baptist. Probably the ElijahEsterbrooks who was granted 138 acres with Ebenezer Esterbrooks (lot 25)in the Parish of Waterborough, Queens Co., NB on 30 Jan 1787 by GeorgeIII. Cleared and improved about 7 acres of land and had built a loghouse but it fell into decay when he moved up river to Township of Conwayon account of the danger of his earlier position on land from Hazen andSimmons. He was noted as having moved against Cumberland and thus was asuspected rebel. v. Samuel ESTABROOKS was born on 6 Dec 1757. vi. Ebenezer ESTABROOKS was born on 28 Aug 1759 in Boxford, MA. Probablythe Ebenezer Esterbrooks who was granted 138 acres with ElijahEsterbrooks (lot 25) in the Parish of Waterborough, Queens Co., NB on30 Jan 1787 by George III. vii. Joseph ESTABROOKS. viii. Sarah ESTABROOKS was born on 10 Oct 1764. She died on 2 Jan 1844. ix. Abigail ESTABROOKS was born on 28 Dec 1766. x. John ESTABROOKS was born on 22 Jan 1769. He died on 2 Feb 1861 inLincoln, NB, Canada. xi. Deborah ESTABROOKS was born on 14 Aug 1772.
Name Variation: Sergeant (?) (?)
Birth*: circa 1728, Enfield, Middlesex, England
Marriage*: 14 November 1750, Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., Principal=Mary Hackett
Marriage*: 17 December 1778, New Brunswick, Canada, Principal=Sarah Hammond
Death*: circa 11 August 1796, Swan Creek, Parish of Burton, Sunbury County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

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

Family 1:

Marriage*: 14 November 1750, Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., Principal=Mary Hackett

Mary Hackett b. 1 August 1728, d. 1778

Children:

Hannah Hackett Estabrooks+ b. 14 Aug 1751, d. 13 Jul 1837
Mary Estabrooks+ b. 9 Mar 1753, d. 1792
Sarah Estabrooks+ b. 25 May 1755, d. 2 Jan 1844
Elijah 'Preacher' Estabrooks II+ b. 16 May 1756, d. 6 Sep 1825
Samuel Estabrooks b. 6 Dec 1757
Ebenezer Estabrooks+ b. 7 Sep 1759, d. c 1851
Joseph Estabrooks+ b. 2 Oct 1762, d. c 1840
Abigail Estabrooks+ b. 28 Dec 1766
John Estabrooks Sr.+ b. 22 Jan 1769, d. 2 Feb 1861
Deborah Estabrooks b. 14 Aug 1772

Family 2:

Marriage*: 17 December 1778, New Brunswick, Canada, Principal=Sarah Hammond

Sarah Hammond b. 21 October 1739

Children:

Elizabeth Estabrooks b. 3 Oct 1779
Hammond Estabrooks+ b. 29 Jan 1783

Shepherd Handy Estabrooks
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Birth*: 3 October 1838
Marriage*: 27 January 1863, Principal=Agnes Edgar Carter
Death*: 18 September 1883

Parents:

Father: Alban Cole Estabrooks b. 12 May 1811, d. 12 May 1847

Family:

Agnes Edgar Carter

Children:

George Estabrooks
Arthur Estabrooks
Alvaretta Estabrooks
Hannah Estabrooks
Nellie Estabrooks

Solomon Estabrooks
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Note*: iii. Solomon ESTABROOKS was born on 22 Dec 1696. He died on 6 Jan 1697.
Birth*: 22 December 1696
Death*: 6 January 1696/97

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

Sophia Estabrooks
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Note*: Joseph is a twin to Sophia.
Burial*: Twin to Joseph Estabrooks

Parents:

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

Stella Maretta Estabrooks
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Birth*: 25 May 1885, Swan Creek, Sunbury County, New Brunswick, Canada
Death*: 20 June 1915, Saint John, Saint John County, New Brunswick, Canada
Burial*: the Baptist Cemetery, Upper Gagetown, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

Father: Leander M. Estabrooks b. 8 May 1853, d. 27 October 1917
Mother: Henrietta Rebecca Hoben b. 5 August 1859, d. 4 February 1944

Stephen 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

Stephen Harris Estabrooks
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Note*: Florence Estabrooks' notes say 'Stephen was educated at the BaptistAcademy in Fredericton, N.B., and became a school teacher. But for atime he kept a store in Wicklow, Carleton County, where he and Judith AnnMilbury were married on the 28th of Sept. 1854.. The Milbury s wereEnglish, from Yorkshire. Stephen and Judith returned to Swan Creek about1865 and he returned to teaching. He died at Oromocto about 1900.'Their son, Theodore Harding Estabrooks was the founder of the Red RoseTea Company.
Birth*: 1826, Sheffield, Sunbury County, New Brunswick, Canada
Marriage*: 28 September 1854, Wicklow, Carleton County, New Brunswick, Canada, Principal=Judith Ann Milbury
Death*: circa 1900, Oromocto, Sunbury County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

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

Family:

Judith Ann Milbury b. 1834, d. circa 1907

Children:

Emma Estabrooks
Theodore Harding Estabrooks b. 28 Dec 1851

Stephen Potter Estabrooks
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Note*: Stephen Potter Estabrooks, b. at Sheffield in 1797, d. May 10, 1870; m.Sept. 1, 1825, his cousin, Elizabeth , daughter of John and Catherine(Ebbett) Estabrooks. Florence Estabrooks' notes say ' they lived justbelow McGowan's wharf and went to Grammer school there in Sheffield but,because of spring flooding, removed in 1852 to Swan Creek, Queens Countyin the Parish of Burton where he bought a farm from Whitehead Barker andbuilt a beautiful home which was inherited by his son Henry.' In 1852, Stephen P. Estabrooks bought lots 11, 12 and 13 from WhiteheadBarker and his wife for £525. His children were, Stephen Harris, John Frederick, William T., George,Elizabeth, Henry Albert.
Birth*: circa 1797, Sheffield, Sunbury County, New Brunswick, Canada
Marriage*: 1 September 1825, Principal=Elizabeth Estabrooks
Death*: 10 May 1870, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

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

Family:

Elizabeth Estabrooks b. 8 March 1800, d. 16 March 1876

Children:

Stephen Harris Estabrooks+ b. 1826, d. c 1900
John Frederick Estabrooks b. 18 Jul 1828, d. 13 Apr 1912
William T. Estabrooks b. 1832
George Estabrooks b. 1836
Elizabeth J. Estabrooks b. 1837
Henry Albert Estabrooks+ b. 21 Feb 1841, d. 26 Jun 1918

Stephen Potter Estabrooks
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Birth*: 18 September 1871

Parents:

Father: Henry Albert Estabrooks b. 21 February 1841, d. 26 June 1918
Mother: Idella Cecelia Hoben b. October 1851, d. 23 May 1928

Submit Estabrooks
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Note*: They lived in Canterbury, N.H.
Birth*: circa 1730, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 16 November 1757, East Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., Principal=Aaron Sargent

Parents:

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

Family:

Aaron Sargent

Children:

Elijah Sargent

Thelma Annetta Estabrooks
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Birth*: 8 December 1906
Death*: 7 June 1957

Parents:

Father: Theodore E. Estabrooks b. 20 April 1870, d. 20 January 1948
Mother: Lida Stamp b. 28 April 1876, d. 8 December 1947

Theodore Estabrooks
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Birth*: 1840, Canning (then Waterborough), Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada
Death*: 8 December 1855, Upper Gagetown, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada, Cause of death: drowning.
Burial*: the Baptist Cemetery, Upper Gagetown, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

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

Theodore E. Estabrooks
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Note*: Theodore moved back and forth between New Brunswick and Maine. Information taken from, 'The Estabrooks of New Brunswick', by Darryl Bonk at the Provincial Archives, Fredericton, York Co., N.B.
Birth*: 20 April 1870, Canning (then Waterborough), Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada
Census*: 1871, In the 1871 Census they give his age as 11 months on April, 1871.
Marriage*: 1890, Principal=Lida Stamp
Divorced*: 1918, They were divorced in 1918., Principal=Lida Stamp
Death*: 20 January 1948, Saint John, Saint John County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

Father: William Estabrooks b. 7 July 1831, d. 15 November 1904
Mother: Phoebe Jane Akerley b. 26 October 1841, d. 29 May 1927

Family:

Lida Stamp b. 28 April 1876, d. 8 December 1947

Children:

Lorriston Emery Estabrooks+ b. 24 Apr 1891, d. Apr 1955
Hazel Estabrooks b. 1893
Edward Duncan Estabrooks b. 20 Feb 1896, d. 1917
Douglas Orrin Estabrooks+ b. 19 Nov 1898
Alvin Theodore Estabrooks+ b. 21 Aug 1901, d. 27 Dec 1955
Linnell Estabrooks b. c 1903
Thelma Annetta Estabrooks+ b. 8 Dec 1906, d. 7 Jun 1957
Irene Estabrooks b. 16 Jul 1913, d. Oct 1943
Marvin Lionel Camp Estabrooks b. 17 May 1915, d. May 1962

Theodore Harding Estabrooks
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Note*: 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 ancestors (sometimes spelledEstatbrook, Esterbrook, East of Brooks and a few other variants).' 'The Wilmot farms were bought some fifty years ago by Thomas HardingEstabrooks or Esterbrooks was the founder of the Red Rose Tea Company in1890, and it was he who planted the orchards.' The statement above is on page 133 in the book, ' The St. John River andits Tributaries ', by Esther Clark Wright, Copyright 1966. A letter written on: August 29, 1997 To Redco Foods Inc. PO Box 879 Windsor, CT 06095-4701 To the historian of the Company. Dear Sir or Madam, My name is Donald Raymond Coy. I am searching forthe full name of the founder of the Red Rose Tea Company, who is T. H.Estabrooks, an ancestor of mine. I have a family tree program on my computer with over 5250 names of myancestors on it. T. H. Estabrooks lived in New Brunswick, Canada and isreferred to in the book, 'The St. John River and It's Tributaries',written by Esther Clark Wright, copyright Canada, 1966. I do know thathe bought the Wilmont Farms in St. John, New Brunswick, in the early1900's and it was he who planted the orchard tree. He had at least onesister named Emma, who kept the records of the Sunbury County, NewBrunswick, Canada. Is it possible for you or someone in your company that is thehistorian, could research the records of the Red Rose Tea Company, tofind anything out for me? Please try to find something out for me, also, it might help you peoplefind out more about your company and it's founder. Thank you for trying. I like your Red Rose Tea and usually have it hotmost every evening. Signed ... Donald Raymond Coy 3806 51 Ave. SW Seattle, WA. 98116-3615 Donald Raymond Coy has in his possession a type written letter, which wasthe response to the letter above from 'REDROSE', Redco Foods, Inc., 100Northfield Drive, P.O. Box 589, Windsor, Connecticut, 06095 (860)688-2121 Fax: (860) 688-7844, dated 17 September, 1997, stating: September 17, 1997 Mr. Donald Raymond Coy 3806 51st Ave. SW Seattle, WA 98116-3615 Dear Mr. Coy, Thank you for your letter of August 29 regarding information about T.H.Estabrooks. The spelling of the last name is different, it is Mr. ThomasEsterbrooks who began the Red Rose company in 1890. I'm sorry to say thatis all the information we have. Sincerely, (signature) Loretta Macaluso Consumer Relations
Birth*: 28 December 1851, Oromocto, Sunbury County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

Father: Stephen Harris Estabrooks b. 1826, d. circa 1900
Mother: Judith Ann Milbury b. 1834, d. circa 1907

Thomas Estabrooks
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Note*: Resided in Swansea, Massachusetts and Warren, Rhode Island.
Marriage*: Principal=Joanna Wood
Birth*: January 1692/93, Swansea, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
Death*: after 1760, Swansea, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Parents:

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

Family:

Joanna Wood b. 3 July 1724

Children:

John?Joseph? Estabrooks b. a 1720, d. c 1743
Valentine Estabrooks+ b. 1725, d. 1770
Sarah Estabrooks b. 12 Jan 1727/28
Thomas Estabrooks b. 22 Feb 1729/30
Lois Estabrooks b. 2 Sep 1732
Samuel Estabrooks b. 14 Sep 1732

Thomas Estabrooks
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Birth*: 22 February 1729/30

Parents:

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

Thomas Estabrooks
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Birth*: 1767, Sackville, Westmorland County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

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

Thomas Estabrooks
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Name Variation: Thomas Sherman Estabrooks

Parents:

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

Thomas Fletcher Estabrooks
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Note*: Thomas Fletcher Estabrooks b. 1794 at Sheffield in 1794; d. 1823 atLakeville in the Parish of Sheffield in 1823; m. in 1818, Jane Munro ofMaugerville. After his death, she married Francis Hunter and, in 1831,they moved to Hodgdon, Maine. Thomas was granted Lot 3 in the sixth tierin the Parish of Wakefield, Carleton Co., near Briggs Corner, but henever took possession. He and Jane lived at Lakeville in the Parish ofSheffield, Sunbury County. His children were, Eliza, Louise, LeverettEvans, and Francis Estabrooks.
Birth*: 1794, Sheffield, Sunbury County, New Brunswick, Canada
Marriage*: 1818, Principal=Jane Munro
Death*: 1823, Lakeville, Carleton County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

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

Family:

Jane Munro

Children:

Eliza Estabrooks
Louisa Estabrooks
Leverett Evans Estabrooks


         

Compiler:
David Walker
Edwards, Ontario, Canada

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