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Bob's book : personal life history of Robert Miller Rubush

written by Margaret J. Rubush and Robert M. Rubush
Books/Monographs
English
Seminole, Florida : M.J. & R.M. Rubush, 1999
151 p. : ports.

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Robert Miller Rubush, Jr. was the son of Robert Miller Rubush who was born in 1891, son of Charles C.W. Rubush and Emma Brown Rubush. Robert Rubush, Sr. was raised in Buena Vista, Virginia. He married Sarah Virginia Brown in 1917 and moved to Alliance, Ohio. He later died in 1939. Sarah Virginia Brown was born in Wytheville, Virginia in 1894, daughter of Minnie Noel and John Greever Brown. Robert Robush, Jr. married Margaret Morton Tarter, born in Wytheville, Virginia in 1921. After her death, he married Margaret Blomquist in 1973. Includes short histories of several members of the family. Also includes a transcription of a Bible record of John William Clyne, son of John N. and Elizabeth Clyne, who married Matilda Ann Brown West of Fairfax County, Virginia in 1822. Rubush ancestry is traced to Christian Rubush (1831-1856) who was married to Susanna S. Miller (1835-1915).

Includes Niswander, Cabell, Tarter, Noel, Clyne, and related families.

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