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Descendants of Robert Deeble


      3019. William W.9 Dibble (William8, James7, Benjamin6 Dibol, Jr., Benjamin5, Abraham4, Benjamin3 Dibble, Abraham2 Dible, Robert1 Deeble)7538 was born 16 Nov 18517538, and died 08 Sep 1895. He married Nellie H. Allen7538. She was born 21 Apr 18527538, and died 18 Apr 19087538.
     
Child of William Dibble and Nellie Allen is:
  3536 i.   Edith May10 Dibble7538, born 10 Aug 18737538; died 02 Jun 18847538.


      3021. Clark Slater9 Dibble (John Henry Bitley8, Gradus7, Silas6 Dabol, Benjamin5 Dibol, Abraham4, Benjamin3 Dibble, Abraham2 Dible, Robert1 Deeble)7539 was born 10 Mar 18577539, and died Unknown. He married Catherine Hall7539 16 Feb 1892 in New Jersey7539, daughter of Joseph Hall. She was born 18 Jun 18677539, and died Unknown.

More About Clark Slater Dibble:
Residence: South Branch, New Jersey7539

More About Clark Dibble and Catherine Hall:
Marriage: 16 Feb 1892, New Jersey7539
     
Children of Clark Dibble and Catherine Hall are:
  3537 i.   Joseph Hall10 Dibble7539, born 31 Aug 1893 in Neshoni, New Jersey7539; died Unknown.
  3538 ii.   Effie Frances Dibble7539, born 18 Oct 1902 in Neshoni, New Jersey7539; died Unknown.
  3539 iii.   Leroy Dibble7539, born 11 Oct 1902 in South Branch, New Jersey7539; died Unknown.


      3023. Effie Frances9 Dibble (John Henry Bitley8, Gradus7, Silas6 Dabol, Benjamin5 Dibol, Abraham4, Benjamin3 Dibble, Abraham2 Dible, Robert1 Deeble)7539 was born 21 Nov 18617539, and died Unknown. She married (1) John M. Owens7539 12 Mar 1883 in Leadville, Colorado7539. He died 19 Jul 1887 in Nevada City, Nevada7539. She married (2) Edward Orson Eames7539 19 Jul 1899 in Waukegan, Illinois7539. He died Unknown.

More About John Owens and Effie Dibble:
Marriage: 12 Mar 1883, Leadville, Colorado7539

More About Edward Eames and Effie Dibble:
Marriage: 19 Jul 1899, Waukegan, Illinois7539
     
Child of Effie Dibble and John Owens is:
  3540 i.   Maud10 Owens7539, born 07 Jan 18877539; died 23 Aug 18877539.


      3031. Robert Bosworth9 Dibble (Bosworth8, Levi7, Levi6, Benjamin5 Dibol, Abraham4, Benjamin3 Dibble, Abraham2 Dible, Robert1 Deeble)7540 was born 11 Jun 18697540, and died Unknown. He married Mattie Mapes7540 01 Jun 18937540, daughter of S. R. Mapes. She died Unknown.

More About Robert Dibble and Mattie Mapes:
Marriage: 01 Jun 18937540
     
Children of Robert Dibble and Mattie Mapes are:
  3541 i.   Gallard R.10 Dibble, born Private.
  3542 ii.   Dewey M. Dibble, born Private.


      3032. Ida C.9 Munson (Silas Hardy8, Anson7, Marion6 Dibble, Benjamin5 Dibol, Abraham4, Benjamin3 Dibble, Abraham2 Dible, Robert1 Deeble)7541 was born 18517541, and died Unknown. She married George A. White7541 18757541. He was born 18497541, and died Unknown.

More About George White and Ida Munson:
Marriage: 18757541
     
Child of Ida Munson and George White is:
  3543 i.   Grace Wilcox10 White7541, born in Boston, Massachusetts7541; died Unknown. She married Albert M. Reed7541; died Unknown.


      3034. Elizabeth Jane9 Elliot (Hannah8 Ford, Jerusha7 Cornish, Jabez6, Dorthy5 Dibol, Abraham4, Benjamin3 Dibble, Abraham2 Dible, Robert1 Deeble)7542 was born 18367542, and died 19067542. She married William Ensign7542. He was born 18317542, and died 18777542.
     
Child of Elizabeth Elliot and William Ensign is:
  3544 i.   Franc Adele10 Ensign7542, born in Pardeville, Wisconsin7542; died Unknown. She married Paul Moffett7542; died Unknown.


      3039. Anna9 Dibble (Willis8, Reuben W.7, Reuben6, Moses5 Debol, Abraham4 Dibol, Benjamin3 Dibble, Abraham2 Dible, Robert1 Deeble)7543 died Unknown. She married George Foster7543. He died Unknown.
     
Child of Anna Dibble and George Foster is:
+ 3545 i.   Neil10 Foster, died Unknown.


      3040. Amasa9 Holcomb, Jr. (Keturah8 Dibble, Reuben W.7, Reuben6, Moses5 Debol, Abraham4 Dibol, Benjamin3 Dibble, Abraham2 Dible, Robert1 Deeble)7543 died Unknown.
     
Children of Amasa Holcomb, Jr. are:
  3546 i.   Eva10 Holcomb7544, died Unknown. She married William Storey7545; died Unknown.
  3547 ii.   Grace Holcomb7546, died Unknown. She married Whitney Steer7547; died Unknown.


      3050. Burton Edwin9 Dibble (Alfred S.8, Chandler7, Reuben6, Moses5 Debol, Abraham4 Dibol, Benjamin3 Dibble, Abraham2 Dible, Robert1 Deeble)7548 was born 06 Oct 1862 in Westfield, Massachusetts7549, and died 18 Nov 1948 in Springfield, Massachusetts7549. He married Mattie Abigail Bridge7549 20 Oct 1886 in West Newton, Massachusetts7549, daughter of Watson Bridge and Harriet Bringham. She was born 16 Dec 1861 in Union St., Springfield, Massachusetts 7550, and died 26 Dec 1930 in Springfield, Massachusetts7550.

Notes for Burton Edwin Dibble:
"Burton Edwin and Mattie Bridge Dibble were the founders of the Dibble family of Springfield, Mass., whose living children, grandchildren and great grandchildren are recorded in this genealogy. In their home of many years, at 107 Harvard Street, they raised three sons. They were amonth the first to build in Harvard Street, in the so-called "Armory Hill" section which was part of the extensive Thompson Farm, then considered on the outskirts of the city. Later in a nearby house lived melville Wells Bridge, uncle of Mattie Abigail Dibble, Treasurer of Hampden County. Before her marraige, Mattie Abigail Dibble lived in the home of this uncle at 1 Lincoln Street.

Harvard Street from St. James Avenue to Cornell Street was unique in the early days because many long-time residents built homes there. The streets in that area were named after colleges and were served by two electric trolley lines from downtown, one up State Street through St. James Avenue and the other up Worthington Street and St. James Avenue to Princeton Street. For a time, Clarke V. Wood, president of the Springfield Street Railway Company, lived in Cornell Street, around the corner from Harvard Street.

Next to the Burton E. Dibble's residence was the home of Samuel Dibble Sherwood, partner of an insurance agency and a 33rd Degree Mason. Also living on the street were the following: William A. Lester, Police Commissioiner; the Whitings, the Cheneys, the Cowles, the Wyckoffs, Harris Walton Baker of the G. & C. Merriam Company, publishers of Webster's Dictionary, (president Orlando M. Baker lived a block away and Asa G. Baker lived nearby,) Wallace Edwin Dibble, a son of Burton, later was the architect for the new Merriam Building; James E. Duckworth, owner of the Duckworth Chain Manufacturing Company; the Coes, the Irelands; A. Willard Damon, president of the Sprinfield Fire and Marine Insurance Company, the Puffers, the Spooners, the Holtons and the Hinsdale Smiths. Nearby lived Rev. Dr. Neil McPherson, pastor of the first Congregational Church; the Rev. John Kilborn, pastor of the Park Congregational Church; Dr. William G. Ballantine, a professor at American International College; Dr. William Stafford Moxom, pastor of the South Congregational Church, of which the Dibble family were members. Dr. Robert Nye, a famous bacteriologist lived on Dartmouth Terrace, the next street.

In addition both were literary. Mattie wrote poems of unusual depth and beauty, and children's stories, all of which are cherished by her descendants. Burton was a member of the Reality Club, a group of college professors, clergymen, lawyers, editors and authors, and wrote an read papers on philosophical subjects to that club.

Burton Edwin Dibble early became interested in the drug business and as a young man went to Springfield from Westfield to enter the employ of George A. Hill, proprietor of a drug store. He later became a registered pharmacist, one of the first to receive the certificate after the establishment of the Massachusetts Board of Pharmacy. Soon after his marraige he was invited to accept a position with the large wholesale drug firm of Carter, Carter & Meigs of Boston. For many years he represented that company in Western and Central Massachusetts.

When that firm merged with a Worchester company, he joined the New York Life Insurance Company as a special agent in Springfield and continued in that capacity for thirty years until his death.

He was a member of the South Congregational Church, after an earlier membershhip in Park Congregational Church. He was a member of the Springfield Lodge of Masons, the Springfield Commandery, Knights Templar and was a Shriner. He was a pioneer golfer of Springfield and with his family was a member of the Springfield Country Club. He was also a member of the Winthrop Club, a social organization for business men and others. Apart from other business connections he was a director of the Highland Cooperative Bank until his death." - Editor: Ralph Brigham Dibble, "Genealogy of the DIBBLE FAMILY of Springfield and Southwick Massachusetts," May 1965, Adenda, November 1966, 11-13

Notes for Mattie Abigail Bridge:
"Mattie Abigail Dibble lived in Malden, Mass. until 1873, receiving her early education there. Although she was born early in the Civil War, in which her father was a captain, as a small child she remembers the excitement of her father's return. She later lived in Wilbraham, Mass., for a short period and attended Wilbraham Academy, then known as Wesleyan Academy. Moving to Springfield she entered high school in the class of 1878.

Before marriage Mattie Dibble was a Methodist and her grandfather, Rev. Jonathan Davis Bridge was a Methodist minister and leader, and preached at Trinity Methodist Church in Springfield, of which Mattie was an early member. She also belonged to the Springfield Tuesday Morning Music Club." - Editor: Ralph Brigham Dibble, "Genealogy of the DIBBLE FAMILY of Springfield and Southwick Massachusetts," May 1965, Adenda, November 1966, 11-13

Marriage Notes for Burton Dibble and Mattie Bridge:
"This marriage united the descendants of robert Deeble withthe family of John Bridge, 'The Puritan,' of whom Mattie Abigail Bridge was a direct descendant. See Appendix A." - Editor: Ralph Brigham Dibble, "Genealogy of the DIBBLE FAMILY of Springfield and Southwick Massachusetts," May 1965, Adenda, November 1966, 9.

More About Burton Dibble and Mattie Bridge:
Marriage: 20 Oct 1886, West Newton, Massachusetts7551
     
Children of Burton Dibble and Mattie Bridge are:
  3548 i.   Burton Avery10 Dibble7552, born 23 Mar 18887553; died 30 Apr 1887554.
+ 3549 ii.   Wallace Edwin Dibble, born 27 Aug 1889 in Springfield, Massachusetts; died Unknown.
+ 3550 iii.   Ralph Brigham Dibble, born 24 Jun 1894 in Springfield, Massachusetts; died Unknown.
+ 3551 iv.   Robert Smith Dibble, born 29 Dec 1900 in Springfield, Massachusetts; died Unknown.


      3054. Henry9 Spring (Daniel8, Eliza7 Dibble, Reuben6, Moses5 Debol, Abraham4 Dibol, Benjamin3 Dibble, Abraham2 Dible, Robert1 Deeble)7555 died Unknown. He married Sarah McCourty7555. She died Unknown.
     
Children of Henry Spring and Sarah McCourty are:
+ 3552 i.   Flora10 Spring, born Private.
  3553 ii.   Cora Spring, born Private. She married Chris Hine Private; born Private.
  More About Chris Hine and Cora Spring:
Private-Begin: Private

+ 3554 iii.   Carl Spring, born Private.


      3055. Flora9 Spring (Daniel8, Eliza7 Dibble, Reuben6, Moses5 Debol, Abraham4 Dibol, Benjamin3 Dibble, Abraham2 Dible, Robert1 Deeble)7555 died Unknown in Bronson, Michigan7555. She married George Carpenter7555. He died Unknown.
     
Children of Flora Spring and George Carpenter are:
  3555 i.   Clifford10 Carpenter7555, died Unknown.
  3556 ii.   Clifton Carpenter7555, died Unknown.
  3557 iii.   Clare Carpenter7555, died Unknown.


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