Windsor, George Watermand

Windsor, George Watermand

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  • Name Windsor, George Watermand  [1
    Gender Male 
    Died Unknown 
    Person ID I72526  Sackett
    Last Modified 6 Jun 2022 

    Family Evans, Chloe Anna,   d. Unknown 
    Children 
     1. Windsor, Evelyn,   b. 13 Mar 1887, Annin Township, McKean County, Pennsylvania, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Unknown
    Last Modified 6 Jun 2022 
    Family ID F29110  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsChild - Windsor, Evelyn - 13 Mar 1887 - Annin Township, McKean County, Pennsylvania, USA Link to Google Earth
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  • Histories
    Excerpts from The Trowbridge genealogy. History of the Trowbridge family in America, Francis Bacon Trowbridge, (New Haven, Conn., Printed for the compiler [Press of the Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor company], 1908).
    Excerpts from The Trowbridge genealogy. History of the Trowbridge family in America, Francis Bacon Trowbridge, (New Haven, Conn., Printed for the compiler [Press of the Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor company], 1908).

  • Sources 
    1. [S2803] The Trowbridge genealogy. History of the Trowbridge family in America, Francis Bacon Trowbridge, ( New Haven, Conn., Printed for the compiler [Press of the Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor company]), 672 (Reliability: 2), 5 Jun 2022.
      1310. Marshall Grant Trowbridge (Charles F.1215, Alpheus M.1106, James1049, William1022, James1010, William1004, James1000, Thomas1), born July 21, 1883, in Franklinville, N. Y.; resides in Franklinville; married October 16, 1906, in Franklinville, Evelyn Windsor, daughter of George Waterman and Chloe Anna (Evans) Windsor, born March 13, 1887, in Annin township, McKean county, Pa.

      Marshall G. Trowbridge attended a country school and in the fall of 1901 entered Ten Broeck Academy, Franklinville, N. Y. Eager to earn a livelihood, he left the academy at the end of the second year and secured employment on the Pennsylvania railroad, later being employed on the Erie railroad. He has always loved a good home life and, therefore, in 1906 he returned to Franklinville, where he married and has since resided. His present employment is as expressman for the Adams Express Company in the village of Franklinville.

      NO CHILDREN.

      Transcribed by Ted Smith


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