Every once in a while you will come across another researcher as eager as you to resolve the mysteries of your family tree. In my case, I’ve been fortunate to communicate with several people as avid as I am in researching the Partridge name, irregardless of where the family derived. There’s one person though who […]
One would think that proving four generations of Josiah Partridge’s would be relatively simple. But this line of the Partridge family has remained difficult to track for over a century. It starts with Josiah Partridge, son of Nathaniel and Lydia (Wright) Partridge of Medfield, Massachusetts. Nathaniel was the eldest son of William and Sarah (Pierce) Partridge of Medfield, Massachusetts. Josiah was the 9th of 13 children born to his parents, and his descent is the easiest to prove of the four!
The following information is correspondence (2 letters) between Herbert L. Partridge and Vera Hamilton Partridge. While the dates state the same, what I have is a typewritten copy, and the transcriber (Vera) obviously imput 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.
The following is 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 and Elizabeth Ann (Berry) Partridge. She married as her second husband, Fred Amos Lane. Apr. 21, 1935 Have been hoping to get and to look up […]