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Re: Children of Rev. Nathan Alger

Posted: 3 Nov 2007 10:59PM GMT
Classification: Biography
Edited: 6 May 2012 7:27AM GMT
Surnames: Alger, Stubbs, Kinney, Freud, Field
Have some additional information on family of Susan Alger:


REV. Nathan W. ALGER conducted several weeks of evangelistic services in Passumpsic, and then became pastor of the Baptist Ch. at Passumpsic in the spring of 1875, pastor 8 years, superintendent of schools. He held other charges in Canada and in Vermont-later went to Santa Cruz, Calif. Pastor there some years. Res. at Albuquerque, N. M., after 1892; revisiting Vermont in 1898.

He married a Miss Freud, b. July, 1840, at Compton, P. Q., Nov., 1860-celebrating their golden wedding at Albuquerque, N. M., in Nov., 1910, a brother of each, who attended the wedding in 1860, being present. He d. at Albuquerque, Apr.
5, 1914, aged 80 years, 3 months.

Children:

I. Minnie J., b. ?, married Edgar J. Field, who d. Albuquerque, March 19, 1914; 2 or 3 children, one of whom, Frances, b. Aug. 1, 1914.

II. John. Graduated Brown University. Prin. Rhode Island State Normal School. Res. Providence, R. I.

III. Edmund J. Graduated San Francisco Dental College. Dentist. in Albuquerque, N. M. Children: Caroline, b. ab. 1911; James, b. ab. 1913; Molly, b. ab. 1918.

IV. Son who d. at Passumpsic.

V. Susie, m. G. W. Stubbs. Res. Albuquerque. Children: Stanley, b. ab. 1907; Helen, b. ab. 1909.

VI. Mabel, b. Passumpsic; m. Dr. Bruce Kinney, Gen. Supt. Midland Div. Bapt. Home Miss. Soc. Res. Topeka, Kan. Children: Dorothy, b. ab. 1902; Marion, b. ab. 1903; Carolyn, b. ab. 1905; Winifred, b. ab. 1911.

History of Barnet, Vermont
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