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Subject: Re: Noah L. Furbush, b. 1814, Lebanon, ME s/o John Furbush
Date: 3 Apr 2005 16:41:36 -0600
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Thanks to my sister, I found out that you had contacted me on this message board. Of course I remember you. That was a number of years ago. My dad has since died, about six years ago, but my mother is still with us here in Kennebunk. I am sorry to hear about you heart attack, and hope that you are getting stronger each day. I too have serious health problems, which actually forced me to leave teaching. I now live alone in Kennebunk, where I have a small shop in my home. Health problems have such a huge impact on your life-I cannot even remember the last time I was without pain. Anyway, I would love a copy of your work. I have not had as much time as I would like for genealogy. I really do love the research and have actually made a great discovery regarding Noah Furbush just in the last year. I will send you that information soon, as I cannot remember all of the details off the top of my head. I made the connection finally throught information on Lyman Furbush who wa!
s living with Noah in 1850. He was Noah's half brother. Same father, different mother. Lyman was actually Timothy Lyman Furbush which was why I was having such difficulty finding him.
I have been thinking about you as I was wondering if you might know the whereabouts of all of the pictures and information that Louise Hunt Staples had. I know that she and her husband and I believe her daughter had all passed away and I did not know if you might know where all of her papers etc. finally went.
I will get back to you soon with the information on Noah and look forward to staying in touch. God bless and hope that you are doing better.
Karen Norby Temple
89 York Street
Kennebunk, Me 04043