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Geneva M. Branch, born 1911, Waterville, Maine; m. Erroll P. Libby, b. 1909, St. Albans, Maine


Photograph of Geneva M. Branch at 11 month by the S. L. Preble studio of Waterville, Maine.

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Below is a reprint of a post on the blog Heirlooms Reunited, which discusses the families of Geneva M. Branch and her husband Erroll P. Libby.  After the post are family trees for Geneva and Erroll.


Photograph of Geneva M. Branch at 11 months; Waterville, Maine studio

Photograph of Geneva M. Branch at the age of 11 months; photo by S. L. Preble, Waterville, Maine.

From online research, hopefully correct:

Geneva M. Branch was born about 1911 in Waterville, Maine, the daughter of Chester Arthur Branch and his wife Lena (Richards, I think) Branch of Waterville, Maine.  Her paternal grandparents were Winthrop M. and Emma (Hodges) Branch.  I haven't yet learned the names of the parents of Geneva's mother Lena, or if indeed Richards was her maiden name.  Geneva had a sister, Barbara, who was born in 1912.  She married William A. Chase in 1964.

Geneva M. Branch married Erroll P. Libby or Saint Albans, Maine, on 2 July 1932.  He was born 27 April 1909, the son of Chester Ellery Libby and his wife Susie E. (Emery) Libby.

Sadly, Geneva died in 1938; I'm not sure if she and Erroll had any children.  Erroll P. Libby married a second time in 1939, to Leona Sitnik.

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