Private Message added 2011-08-05
|Message||I've just started researching my Frothingham ties and find it very interesting. I am related to the Hunnewell-Frothinghams and the Bowman-Howe-Hunnewell-Frothinginghams. (I know this sounds terribly long and complicated). I now reside in Avon CT and my grandfather was Ripley Bowman; great-grandfather was Charles Abel Bowman who married Maud Ripley and then the Frothinghams and Hunnewells kick in. If anyone can fill me in I would be grateful.|
|Message||Michael John Frothingham Born 7-11-1966 |
Son of John Stewart Frothingham Born May 30th, 1939
Grandfather was Clark B. Frothingham Born 1911
All Chicago area.
|Message||My father's middle name was Frothingham. His full name was Spencer Frothingham Klein.|
I have a photo in my family ablumn of one Harry A. Frothingham, taken August 16, 1917. He appears to be wearing a military uniform, and I can see Captain's bars on his shoulder.
My father was born in Rutherford, N.J. in 1913.
Do you think we might be somehow related?
Private Message added 2011-07-26
Private Message added 2011-07-18
|Message||My dad's name is Clayton Frothingham. His brothers are Freeman(he had a wife and children), Uliss(Jack), Norman (his wife is Daisy), and Harold. They are from the Tullahoma(Wartrace or Bell Buckle) area of Tenn. and have lived in Detroit, Mi. They have a half brother, his name is John. He has lived in Milwaukee, Wi. and Detroit, Mi. I have some information on this part of the Frothingham's. I would like to talk with anyone that is related to these brothers. I believe that my dad has children from a different mother than mine. It would be great to find and talk with these people. My email is email@example.com, please only serious people reply. Thank you.|
|Message||Fun. I came looking for Eleanor Frothingham Smith.|
I met her in 1972 or 73 at Middlesex Community College in Middletown, Ct. My mother's maiden name was Dorothy Frothingham Bullitt and my father's sister was Mary Frothingham Brinley. Yes, even if my parents had not married to each other they would have been distantly related all of Philadelphia, Pa., but three generations earlier from CT.
|Message||you may be interested in knowing that Alice Wellington Rolin's book "The Story Of a Ranch", is about her younger brother Edward W Wellington and his ranch, Monte Carneiro, which was approx 4-5 miles SW of the Frothingham ranch. It was one of the earliest large ranches in Ellsworh county. Later, Wellington helped develope the business district of Ellsworth. He came out from Boston in 1877 or 78 and my very well have known your ancestors while they were in Ellsworth county.|
|Message||on my e-mail that i just sent you,i forgot to correct it,firstname.lastname@example.org i accidentally put in dlkgann2hotmail.com.|
|Free guestbook provided by UltraGuest.com|