Lizzie A. Lane Correspondence

A transcription of a letter written by a Mrs. Lizzie A. Lane of Stockton Springs, Maine to Vera Partridge Hamilton. Lizzie was born 17 Nov 1871 to Matthew Partridge and Elizabeth Ann Berry.  She married as her second husband, Fred Amos Lane.

Herbert L. Partridge Correspondence

Correspondence (2 letters) between Herbert L. Partridge and Vera Partridge Hamilton. While the dates state the same, what I have is a typewritten copy, and the transcriber (Vera) obviously input the wrong date in one of the letters. This is the basis of what I used to document much more in depth, the Woolwich Maine Patridge Family.

A Glimpse of Early Merrimac, Wisconsin

These three letters were written by temporary residents of Merrimac, Wisconsin, hailing from Templeton, Massachusetts, and throwing interesting light on social and economic conditions in the Badger State in 1857-58. The letters were written to Unity Fales (Mrs. Otis) Partridge at Templeton by her sons James Otis and Maynard. James Otis Partridge, who was born at Templeton in 1828 and died at Partridgeville, a village in the town of Templeton, in 1873, was the father of the contributor.

William Partridge (c1622-1692)

William2 Partridge was born before 1622, likely in England [1]1622 is based on age of about 70 recorded in will in 1692, but any age with a 0 after it during this time frame in history, was often used very liberally. It is probable that he was born … Continue reading. His parentage is unknown, but he is the brother of John Partridge and Margery (Partridge) Mason both residents of Medfield, Massachusetts. He died in 1692 in Medfield. He married (1) Sarah Pierce on 23 Sep 1654 in Medfield [2]Vital records of Medfield, Massachusetts, to the year 1850, p. 163. [3]William Partridge & Sarah Peirce were marryed 23 : …

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