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Ellen Sturdevant-Frazer

Ellen Sturdevant-Frazer

Posted: 21 Jul 1999 6:24PM GMT
Edited: 10 May 2002 9:45PM GMT
I am looking for any information on the
Sturdevant family. Ellen was my great-great
grandmother. b:3 Mar 1859 Canada believed town
of Lambton, Ontario, d: 18 Jul 1917, Flint, Mi
Ellen's father believed to be Hamlet. Help is
appreciated. Please contact me at JMPOOLE@
swbell.net Jeanne Frazer-Poole

sturdevant

angela foster (View posts)
Posted: 27 Mar 2000 12:15PM GMT
I was also looking for some sturdevants in canada she would be my great great gramother her name was leora sturdevant her fathers name was levi and mothers was elizabeth hunt they were from broome quebec

Sturdevant relation

Matthew Spina (View posts)
Posted: 8 Jul 2000 10:49AM GMT
My Grandfather was Horactio Algernon Sturdevant. He went under the name of Alger, or Al. He was born in upstate New York in 1903, in a place he refered to as Mungult Pond(sp?). He had two Brothers, Ted (Theodore?) and Leslie, and one sister, who passed away when I was young. I beleive her name was Elinore.

When these children were still relatively young, the family moved to Sussex, New Jersy, dairy country, where Ted still lives.

Al moved to Clifton NJ, where he spent most of his adult life. He married Rose Hladic, and had two children, my uncle, Robert, and my mother, Kathleen.

My Grandfather passed away in 1981.

The only other reference I have about the Sturdevant history was releted to me through a biography some one had written about my grandfathers employer. His name was Mr. Takomini (sp?). He was Japanese, and his family presented many of the Cherry trees now in Washington DC to our government. Im not sure why, but this book contained the geneologies of many of the people Mr. Takomini was aquainted with. My Grand father was on of these. I glanced at this book once many years ago, and I only remember one interesting thing. One of the men in the family tree, a couple of hundred years prior, had been shanghi off the London Bridge, and forced into service a multy year voyage. That is all I can recall. If I get any responce to this posting I'll see if I can get a copy of the book, or at least the pages refering to the Sturdevants.


Sturtevant relations

T. Surtevant (View posts)
Posted: 2 Aug 2000 6:33PM GMT
Matthew, I have been researching my family for many years. I would be interested in any information you have, especially on the older Sturtevants you mention in the biography.

Re: Ellen Sturdevant-Frazer

Posted: 7 Apr 2010 9:34PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Sturdevant
Ellen Sturdevant was the sister to my great-grandmother Alice b. 1871, all info I have been able to locate confirms father as Hamlet. His father possibly Paul(?) married 3 times. Lydia Eddy is 1st wife and listed as mother to Hamlet, however, Hamlet is married to Julia (unknown) in 1820 and Hamlet was born 1824/5(?). Hamlet and wife Sarah Ann Henshaw had 8 kids and lived in Lambton until 1864? and moved to St. Clair county, MI. Found in Kimball on 1870, 1880 and 1900 census.

Re: Sturdevant relation

Posted: 5 May 2010 1:52AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Sturdevant
Matt,

I married into the Sturdevant family about 11 years ago. As prep for a family reunion, I found a family history prepared and revised the last time in 1968. Interestingly, it opens with the story about being kidnapped off London Bridge.

If you are still with this - 10 years later, please respond.

Re: Ellen Sturdevant-Frazer

Posted: 7 May 2010 2:27AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Sturdevant
My line of Sturdevant's left New York around 1800 and many are still in Michigan. Although your families do not appear to be directly related mine I encourage you both to check out the very active Sturdevant family researchers at yahoo groups.com/sturdevant. We have hundreds of members and I am sure you folks might find connections and directions from our members.

Re: Sturdevant relation

Posted: 26 Mar 2012 10:39PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Sturdevant
Hi Matt,

Wuvs you!

MOM
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