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According to her Death Record, Martha was an invalid.
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Seth was a lumberman. They lived for several years in California.
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Christopher was a blacksmith in Topsfield, Maine.
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James was a lumberman.
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Cyrus was a farmer.
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Orrin died from typhoid fever at Lowell, Massachusetts.
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Esther had a twin brother, John Isaac Abbott.
Harvey and family moved to Gardiner, ME, in December of 1854 and lived there 42 years. He was a manufacturer of machines and mill works. In THE ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF KENNEBEC COUNTY [op. cit.], an article on page 613 reads:
"Harvey Scribner came to Gardiner from Casco, Me., in 1854, and in 1856 rented of J.E. Ladd & Co. a new building on dam No. 1, and began making shafting, pulleys and lumber machinery. In 1872 he bought the building and did millwright and machine work till January, 1890, when he was burned out. One week from that time Mr. Scribner bought his present factory of Captain Joseph Perry, in which he employs sixteen men."
The Kennebec history mentioned above also recalls, on page 1255, that "about 1850 a stage route was established from Augusta to Bangor, passing through Waterville and Clinton village. The first driver on this route was Harvey Scribner."
Harvey was elected a director of Merchant's National Bank in Gardiner in 1889.
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Edward was referred to as "Deacon Edward," because he was a Deacon of the Congregational Church for 45 years He was a farmer in Casco most of his life, living on his father's old place on Mayberry Hill.
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Inez attended Bridgton Academy. She taught in the Gray Public Schools and was a bookkeeper in Peabody, Massachusetts, before marrying Victor. They moved to Gray in 1908. She was the first female Tax Collector in Gray history, serving from 1936 to 1944. She and Victor were involved in the Gray Grange, the Odd Fellows and Rebekah Lodges, Order of the Eastern Star and the Baptist Church. She was a past Noble Grand of Hiawatha Rebekah Lodge, while Victor was a past Master of the Gray Grange. Victor and Inez are buried at Highland Cemetery, West Poland, Androscoggin, Maine (Wentworth and Mancini, page 5 of Moors Genealogy).
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ROSELLA'S PARENTS: Jonathon was born 29 May 1780 in Otisfield. He died 16 June 1857. His first wife was Sally Patch of Otisfield, whom he married 15 January 1804. His second wife (Rosella's mother) was Thirza, whom he married 22 December 1819. She was born 5 August 1792 and died 5 January 1859 (Wentworth and Mancini, GENEALOGY OF THE FOLLOWING FAMILIES [op. cit.], page 4 of the Moors Genealogy).
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David " lived first on Bell Hill across from the schoolhouse, then at Pugleyville but sold to Johnson Lovell and moved to Harrison and then on to Bridgton. He was a fine looking man and dealt in horses" (OTISFIELD HISTORY [op. cit.], 572). He also worked as a stagedriver.
During the Civil War, David served as a Musician in Co. B of the Maine Coast Guard Regiment. He enlisted 29 October 1861 and received a disability discharge 10 June 1862.
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William was a pattern maker.