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The Descendants of
Rowland Stebbins
(1592-1671)
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Richard L. Hardesty
P. O. Box 130158
Coram, MT 59913
(406) 387-5513



Stebbins cousins! Always glad to hear from new Stebbins cousins!  Drop us a note.
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Ultimate Family Tree, ver 2.0
HARDESTY Project Version 56
August 29, 1998.

This page last revised 19/10/02


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This  is  only a direct  line  descent until it reaches Lucien Palmer  Stebbins,  and
then we  concern ourselves  only with the offspring  of  his  second  marriage,  to
Eva H. Hall.     Stebbins  family  researchers  should  visit  the  Stebbins  site  for
much  more  information  on  this  family.   And  while  you're  there,  see  about
joining  the  Stebbins  Ancestral  Society!   We are a happy bunch, and have put

together one whale of a data base. Cousin Marianne Stebbins Beck is the Keeper
of the Keys (President of the SAS) and maintainer of the Society mailing list.
You can also visit Capt. Rod Stebbins' site, if you dare!



A  NOTE  ABOUT  THE  BLISS   FAMILY  TREATED  HERE:    The Blisses
treated  herein  are  descendants  of  Thomas Bliss of Hartford, CT.   The Bliss
genealogy says that  his father is unknown and discusses some of the possibilities
of his identity and origins. He concludes that Thomas is undoubtedly a descendant of
John Blisse of Tyringham, a feudal serf, but that cannot be proven.  It is mentioned
that as his wife, Margaret Hulins (Hulings), resided at Rodborough, Gloucestershire,
England, his presence there
was probably due to her as no other Blisses were in the
immediate area at that
time.


 The Bliss (Blysse) family which is associated with the FULLER family, q. v., and is
dealt with separately is from Thomas Blisse of
Rehoboth, Massachusetts,
who was in turn a descendant of William Blysse of Daventry, Northamptonshire, England.

The Bliss Family in America has a marvelous website, and if you wish further information
on that family, that is where you should begin.

REFERENCE:
Bliss, Aaron Tyler, comp. Genealogy of the Bliss family in America.  3 vols. Midland, Michigan: Published by the author, 1982.

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