|Message||My father is Charles Frothingham of New Hampshire that Michael Dexter speaks of. We are cousins Michael n I was named after his sister, your mother Kathleen. His brother is Walter. Will provide more info at a later date|
|Message||Thank you for providing this info Arlene|
My mother's 1st cousin on her father's side has Frothinghams in her tree. Ann Spurling Jackson married a second time to John Luther Frothingham b1810 and married 1840. My cousin is directly decended from Ann's first husband, but Ann had 4 sons with John L Frothingham.
John was born in Newburyport, Essex, Massachusetts. Do you how he might relate to your family? I do not have anything for his parents.
I am helping Marilyn work on her tree and have been contacted by a Barney Frothingham who is 80 and a grandson of John Luther.
|Message||I am the great great grand daughter of Howland Fish and Eliza Frothingham . my great grandfather was Frothingham Fish my grandfather was Leonard Frothingham Fish and my father was Howland Leonard Fish.|
I'm wondering was this the Eliza Frothingham from your family line?
I recently visited Fultonville, Ny . looking for my ancestors and found Many Fish Family monuments there at the old fultonville cemetery.
I have no other information except that which I have been able to find with ancestry.com.
I'm curious to see some ancient pics of Eliza Frothingham or her father.
|Message||As a desendant of Agusta Frothingham and James Archbald I am also the owner of a slant-front desk attributed to Thomas Frothingham. The desk is similar to the slant-front Frothingham desks in the Garvin collection at Yale and in the Metropolitan Museum in New York.|
|Message||My mother was Kathleen Frothingham, daughter of Walter Frothingham of New Hampshire. She had 2 brothers, Walter and Charles who of course were my uncles.|
My mother married Richard Darwin Dexter.
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|Message||I am through the Frothinghams and Hunnewells to the Bowman's and Ripley's. I found the preface page to your relationship to the Frothinghams interesting and put another piece of this puzzle we call family into perspective.|
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|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.|
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