Thomas Saxbury b. 1865 Information

December 16th, 2008 by Barbara

Notes below provided by Fran Price on March 7, 2000

Thomas Saxbury, born 25 Jan 1865 in Pike County, Il, was the son of Edson/Edison and Nancy A. (Hendrickson) Saxbury. At age 27 and resident of New Canton, he married Nancy Ann Whitley, born 27 Nov 1862 [census puts her birth year at 1856] in Adams County, Il, daughter of of Samuel & Mary (Salmons) Whitley. She was also a resident of New Canton. They married 24 July 1889 in New Canton. Thomas died 15 Feb 1941 at St. Mary’s Hospital in Quincy, and Nancy died 19 Feb 1938 in New Canton. Both buried at Shearer cemetery.

Three children were born to the according to the 1900 census. One surviving in 1900 was Fred B. Saxbury, born 5 Sept. 1890 in New Canton, IL. He died 15 Aug 1951 in Hull, IL. Buried Kinderhook Cemetery. He married 1) Gladys Bolin d/o William and Elizabeth (Fisher) Bolin. To this union was born Marjorie Elizabeth Saxbury 13 Dec 1912 in New Canton. Marjorie died 8 May 1985, is buried Shearer Cemetery. Marjorie married Harold Bradshaw (2 times), Charlie Gosnell, Emmit Triplett, Jack ____, Harry Hatton, perhaps others.

Fred and Gladys apparently divorced, because they remarried 11 June 1914 in Pike County.

Fred then marries Lulu Masters d/o Sam and Ella (Maple) Masters on 3 Sep 1920 in Quincy Il. Lulu has a son Lewis Virgil Masters born 1910 died 1978. Lulu was married to George Carlin, s/o Charles X. Carlin and Rosella Saxbury. They had 2 sons, Pat Carlin and Lawrence Ernie Masters Carlin born 1914 in Hull. Lulu died 1 Mar 1974 in Hull.

To Lulu and Fred was born Maxine Saxbury in 1922 in Hull. She married Howard W. Davis of Hull. She died 1968, buried Kinderhook Cemetery.

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