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R/RFHA Newsletter, June 1991                                      P.16


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In 1883, Judge RAWLINGS married Marthabelle Bangs, and. the couple has four children: RALPH H. who is superintendent of his father's plantation interests; Dr. FREDERICK B., practicing physician of Sandersville; Mabel C., a graduate of Wesleyan College; and WINIFRED still attending school.


Spec. 4 Edward Wiessing, 311 Spear, Fort Bragg, NC 28307


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From Linda Blanchard, 89 Franklin Street, Lynn, MA 01902


My great-grandmother, SUSAN A. ROLLINS, was born in Camden, Maine, Aug. 8, 1819. She married Wm. F. Dailey on Dec. 5, 1841, in Rockport, Maine. They had 5 children:

George O. Dailey, b. Aug. 7, 1842; d. Dec. 18, 1862

Erastus R. Dailey, b. Sept. 6, 1845; d. 1863; m. a Celia J.

Boy child, b. Sept. 6, 1845; d. before 1850 (a twin?)

Edwin V. Dailey, b. 1847

Franklin P. Dailey, b. 1852; d. 1909; m. Mary Ellen Haskell


All these children were born in Rockport, Maine.


SUSAN A. ROLLINS' parents were DANIEL ROLLINS and his wife Mary, surname unknown. They had 8 children:

BEULAH ANN, b. Sept. 5, 1813; m. Obadiah Brown 1845

MARTIN, b. May 14, 1815

MARY, b. May 2, 1817

SUSAN A., b. Aug. 8, 1.819; d. July 19, 1863

LENORA/LEONA, b. May 7, 1821; m. Philip Hilt 1842

SOPHIA B., b. Feb. 3, 1824; m. Levi Morton 1849

DAVID, b. Feb. 26, 1826; d. May 5, 1853; m. Mary

JOHN J., b. Oct. 17, 1833; m. Almira Allenwood 1859

WILLIAM IRA, b.date unknown, m. Iona D. Spear 1854

All births, marriages and deaths occurred in Camden, Maine. There were many ROLLINS families residing there in the 1800's, among them a DAVID ROLLINS Jr. who married Mary E McGuire Nov 6 1842


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CORRECTION


From March 1991 issue, P. 6, top of column 2, the date should read Aug. 1825. Also at the bottom of Column 2, it should read Knox Co. Tenn...not Know.


From P. 7, Col. 1, half-way down, it should read Mary Ann, not Mary All.


From P. 4, m. of NANCY ROLLINS to Wm. Hudson, date should be 1845, not 1945.


From P. 6, Column 1, correct Ed Wiessing's address to 311 Spear Drive...and his rank to Sergeant. Congratulations, Ed


P.5, 2nd Column ... RICHARD RALLENS' date should read "Oct. 29, 1636.




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ROBERT CLINTON, b. Sept. 9, 1877, Kansas; died Aug. 11, 1964, Kansas; Married (1) Minnie Miller, had children Thelma Helen, Vesta Agnes, Roy Miller; Married (2) Alta VanBuren, no children


THELMA married Kyle Engler. She was born May 9, 1904-Kansas. She and Kyle m. June 6, 1931, had children Philip V., Robert, and Janet Elizabeth.

VESTA AGNES was b. Oct. 10, 1907, m. H.M. Jones Dec.15,1958, no children.

ROY MILLER, b. March 9, 1909, d. 1988 Kansas. Married (1) Thelma Alspaugh, had children Gwendolyn and Barrel. Married (2) Helen Astle, no children.

JOHN PAUL, b. Dec. 9, 1880, Kansas, d. Nov. 19,1962, Kansas Married (1) Carrie Johnson, had 1 child, Paulina married (2) Pearl Worthen


SARAH ESTELLE "SADIE”, b. Apr.16, 1888, Kansas: d. July 11, 1955, Kansas. Married Walter Taylor, no children                                                   s87***************************************************************************

"If a man is fortunate, he will, before he dies, gather up his civilized heritage and transmit it to his children. And to his final breath he will be grateful for the inexhaustible legacy, knowing that it is our nourishing mother and our lasting life. "

W. & A. Durant

June 1991 p. 16