I am sure third cousin Joe will be interested in this one. These are raw notes I had kept a few years back.
My name Is Dan Hrlic and I am looking fo Info on a Peter Dubia and Laura Banes or Barney. Peter was my great-great-grandfather on mom’s side from Williston, Vermont and Westmister also Tiltion New Hamshire area.
Laura remarried a Joseph Roberts
Children of Peter and Laura
Born Died Married
Fredrick 4-01-1869 10-15-1869
Angie 6-19-1870 ? Jack Johnson
Julia 4-16-1872 11-04-1886
Abraham 5-25-1874 Linda Brake change from Furige
Mathilda 9-27-1875 6-1954 Louis Lavigne
Freddie 3-19-1878 5-02-1960
John 7-29-1880 5-08-1959 Josephine Clairmount
Clara 6-05-1883 1972 Andy Olsen
Frank 8-21-1885 Laura Weeks
Lewis 12-09-1889 12-12-1889
Hellen 3-24-1891 1972 James Broughy
If any one has any info please me at firstname.lastname@example.org (not working)
More raw notes…
Virtual Cemetery Dubia, Peter
Age: 25, credited to Williston, VT
Unit(s): 13th VT INF
Service: enl 9/10/62, m/i 10/10/62, Pvt, Co. F, 13th VT INF, m/o 7/21/63
See Legend below for expansion of abbreviations
Birth: 1837, Canada
Burial: Saint Patricks Cemetery, Newport, NH
May include siblings or parent who were soldiers, location of death vs. burial, etc.
Pension?: Yes, widow Laura, minor
Gravestone Findagrave Memorial #: 0
Cenotaph Findagrave Memorial #: 0 If there is anything besides a zero (0) here, click on the number; there may be additional information available there (also, if we have a photo, there is not a dedicated effort to find/locate Memorials, if we don’t have one, please send it)
Marker/Plot: Not recorded
Gravestone researcher/photographer: Heidi McColgan
Great Grandfather of Brian Dubia, Franklin, NH
Great Granduncle of Judi Bough, Cortland, NY
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Brian wrote his on a forum…
I thought that if there are any Dubias that may be connected to my Abram they might like to know that he had a son Pierre (Peter) who served in our Civil War. He enlisted on Sept 10 1862 with the 13th Vt co. E Inf. from Williston, Vt. He was at Gettysburg. He was born about 1835-37. My brother is a Civil War re-enactor who has a book all about the 13th and I have asked him to find out what other campaigns the 13th were at as we know he was wounded. He mustered out July 21 1863 at Brattleboro Vt.
You never know when raw notes might become handy on Our Ancestors. Peter Dubia was a household name on this blog along with his father Abraham and his mother Geneviève Ballard dit Latour.
This is what is so interesting about genealogy… it never stops. There is always something to feed your frenzy. I have gathered so much information about this family I feel like an adopted descendant.
Having found on Ancestry a photo of Peter Dubia that was shared in 2010 by Scott Lovely made my evening last night.
And I am not even related…