Lovina W. (Wilbur) Briant Pedigree
(Start at generation 3, below.)
Last Change: 28 November 2014
Origin of the surname “Wilbur:”
4 Hiram Wilbur
1. Biographical notes:
Born about 1818.
2. Wife: Margaret (?)
Born about 1822.
a. Lovina W. Wilbur: See generation 3, below.
b. Hiram M. Wilbur: Born about 1851. Married Florence E. Herrick on Thursday, 14 September 1879 at Syracuse, New York. Resided after 19 Sep 1879 at 16 Winslow Street, Watertown, Jefferson County, New York and (perhaps) had the following son:
(1. Clarence Wilbur: Born June 1887. At the time of the 1900 US Census Clarence (age 12) resided in the household of his uncle, John J. Briant (see generation 3, below), who resided next door to his parents in LeRay Township, Jefferson County, New York.
1910 US Census: Clarence, age 22 and single,
was living in the household of his uncle, John J. Briant
(age 70) on Main Street in Evans Mills, LeRay Township, Jefferson
County, New York.
c. Libbie Wilbur: Born about 1854.
d. Jesse E. Wilbur: Born about 1858.
e. Willie W. Wilbur: Born about 1862.
3 Lovina W. “Vine” Wilbur:
Born 1847. Died 1928. Married John J. Briant, paragraph 4.i. of generation 3 of the Briant Annex.
Other, still unidentified, Wilbur names:
1. Lucy A. (?) Wilbur: Born about 1843.
1910 US Census: Lucy A., age 67 and widowed, was heading a household in LeRay Township, Jefferson County, New York. The household also included her son, Will F. Wilbur (age 42, widower, employed as a carpenter); sister, Stella S. Sterling (age 57, widowed); and granddaughter, Mable A. Wilson (age 18, single, employed as a musician & teacher).
Lucy A. (?) married (?) Wilbur and had the following son:
a. Will F. Wilbur: Born about 1868. Employed as a carpenter.
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