Annie Eveline LOBO

Annie Eveline LOBO

Female 1872 - 1963  (90 years)

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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Annie Eveline LOBOAnnie Eveline LOBO was born 15 Oct 1872, New Bedford, Bristol Co., Massachusetts (daughter of Joseph N. LOBO and Phebe Ann CRAPO); died 30 Jan 1963, Gloucester, Essex County, Massachusetts.

    Other Events:

    • Census: 1880, living with parents in New Bedford, Bristol Co., Massachusetts

    Annie married William Holloway SOFFORD Abt 1893, New Bedford, Bristol Co., Massachusetts. William was born 06 May 1860, Baltimore, Maryland; died 20 May 1942, Gloucester, Essex County, Massachusetts. [Group Sheet]


Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Joseph N. LOBOJoseph N. LOBO was born 15 Dec 1841, Ilha Da Graciosa, Angra Do Heroismo, Portugal (son of Joseph M. LOBO and Marianna LAZERO); died 13 Jul 1913, New Bedford, Bristol Co., Massachusetts.

    Other Events:

    • Birth: 1842, New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts
    • Census: 1870, Living in Flint, Genesee Co., Michigan
    • Occupation: 1870; Works at saw mill
    • Census: 1880, Living in New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts
    • Occupation: 1880; Grocery Clerk
    • Census: 1900, Living in New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts
    • Census: 1910, Living in New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts
    • Occupation: 1910; Church Janitor
    • Death: 1913

    Notes:

    Information from "The Drexler/Drechsler & Mansir Family Tree at RootsWEb by Robert Drexler:
    Also known as, "Jose Dehart". At the age of nine he was picked up in the Azores to be company for a Capt. Dehart's nine year old son, Alex Dehart. Jose made 2 or 3 trips as a cabin boy etc, under the name Dehart. Changed his name back to Lobo when he married Pheobe Ann Crapo (her request) of Dartmouth, MA.

    Joseph married Phebe Ann CRAPO 16 Feb 1865. Phebe (daughter of Joseph H. CRAPO and Sarah E. SISSON) was born 10 Sep 1843, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts; died 1919. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Phebe Ann CRAPOPhebe Ann CRAPO was born 10 Sep 1843, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts (daughter of Joseph H. CRAPO and Sarah E. SISSON); died 1919.

    Other Events:

    • Birth: 1844
    • Census: 1870, Living with husband in Flint, Genesee Co., Michigan
    • Census: 1880, living with husband in New Bedford, Bristol Co., Massachusetts
    • Census: 1900, living with husband in New Bedford, Bristol Co., Massachusetts
    • Fact: 1900, Lists having 3 children with 2 living.
    • Census: 1910, living with husband in New Bedford, Bristol Co., Massachusetts
    • Fact: 1910, Listed as Eva A. in the census

    Children:
    1. Louis Crapo LOBO was born 02 Mar 1875, New Bedford, Bristol Co., Massachusetts; died 28 Sep 1922, New Bedford, Bristol Co., Massachusetts.
    2. Edgar Crapo LOBO was born 06 Feb 1869, New Bedford, Bristol Co., Massachusetts; died 18 Feb 1869, New Bedford, Bristol Co., Massachusetts.
    3. 1. Annie Eveline LOBO was born 15 Oct 1872, New Bedford, Bristol Co., Massachusetts; died 30 Jan 1963, Gloucester, Essex County, Massachusetts.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Joseph M. LOBO was born Abt 1820, Western Islands.

    Joseph — Marianna LAZERO. Marianna was born Abt 1820, Western Islands. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Marianna LAZERO was born Abt 1820, Western Islands.
    Children:
    1. Manuel G. LOBO was born Abt 1847, Azore Islands; died 30 Mar 1926, New Bedford, Bristol Co., Massachusetts.
    2. 2. Joseph N. LOBO was born 15 Dec 1841, Ilha Da Graciosa, Angra Do Heroismo, Portugal; died 13 Jul 1913, New Bedford, Bristol Co., Massachusetts.

  3. 6.  Joseph H. CRAPO was born 04 Dec 1812, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts (son of Jesse CRAPO and Phoebe HOWLAND); died 07 Oct 1892, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts.

    Joseph married Sarah E. SISSON 29 Nov 1832, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts. Sarah (daughter of Allen SISSON and Elizabeth ESTES) was born 15 Jul 1813, New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts; died 19 Feb 1894, New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts. [Group Sheet]


  4. 7.  Sarah E. SISSON was born 15 Jul 1813, New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts (daughter of Allen SISSON and Elizabeth ESTES); died 19 Feb 1894, New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts.
    Children:
    1. Elizabeth S. CRAPO was born 29 Sep 1833, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts; died 04 Oct 1906, New Bedford, Bristol Co., Massachusetts.
    2. Sarah Adelaide CRAPO was born 01 Mar 1835, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts; died 05 Aug 1908, Falmouth, Massachusetts.
    3. William Howland CRAPO was born 21 Jan 1837, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts; died 09 Jun 1912, Boston, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.
    4. Jesse F. CRAPO was born 15 Sep 1841, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts; died 02 Jul 1894, San Jose, California.
    5. 3. Phebe Ann CRAPO was born 10 Sep 1843, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts; died 1919.
    6. Albert Allen CRAPO was born 25 Oct 1846, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts; died 01 May 1917, New Bedford, Bristol Co., Massachusetts.
    7. Joseph E. CRAPO was born 26 Dec 1852, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts; died 01 Aug 1854, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts.


Generation: 4

  1. 12.  Jesse CRAPO was born 22 May 1781, Freetown, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA (son of Peter CRAPO and Sarah WASTE); died 11 Jan 1831, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts.

    Other Events:

    • Census: 1820, Dartsmouth, Bristol Co., Massachusetts

    Notes:

    Excerpt from "Certain Comeoverers"; In 1798, Peter Crapo purchased from Thomas Russell a farm of ninety acres extending from Buzzard's Bay westerly to the Bakertown Road half way between the road from Smith's Neck to Russell's Mills and Macomber's Corner, near the "Gulf Road." It may be that Jesse was sent by his father to cut the hay off the salt meadows and perhaps he boarded with Henry Howland. If so he must have found the accommodations somewhat limited in a little farm house with fifteen children more or less. However it happened, he picked out Phebe Howland as his helpmeet, and she proved, in deed, his better half.
    After they were married they lived for a time with Jesse's father, Peter Crapo, in Freetown near the Dartmouth line, or in Dartmouth near the Freetown line, I know not which. It was there that your great grandfather Henry Howland Crapo was born, May 24, 1804. Evidently the plan arranged for the newly married pair was that they should acquire a farm on the Rockadunda Road not far from the bride's birthplace. Soon after the marriage the work on the new home must have commenced. It was very soon after 1804 that Jesse Crapo and his wife with their little son Henry Howland moved into the new house. The deed of the property from Barnabas and William Sherman to Peter Crapo was given in 1807, and not recorded until 1826. Perhaps Jesse Crapo with the aid of his father and his brothers and sisters did not finally pay for his property until 1807. It seems clear, however, that he was living on the Rockadunda farm soon after 1804. In 1822, he purchased of Silas Kirby five acres adjoining. In 1830, he purchased of Reuben Kelley seven acres adjoining. He also owned the "Barbary Mash" purchased of Barbary Russell, and an undivided fourth part of the marsh at the "Great Meadows" which his father had left to him and his brothers Charles, Reuben, and Abiel.
    Jesse Crapo was a kindly, lovable man, whose gentle nature and recognized rectitude led him to be chosen on several occasions as an arbitrator in the disputes of the neighborhood. In him the restless ambition which distinguished his father and his great grandfather lay dormant, in order, perhaps, that he might transmit it in redoubled intensity to his eldest son. It is characteristic of him that he should have been a private in the militia company of which his son, who had not reached his majority, was the Captain. Hard, unremitting labor brought from the farm a mere subsistence. He would not, indeed, have been called poor as Dartmouth farmers went. It was a good sized farm with considerable land in tillage. He had stock, and doubtless a horse and chaise. The farm buildings were substantial. The dwelling house unusually ample and comfortable for its day. Yet surplus money and the opportunities and luxuries which money may bring were never within his achievement. He died January 11, 1831, in the fiftieth year of his age. Just before he passed away he asked to have your grandfather, William Wallace Crapo, who was a baby of eight months, placed on his bed beside him.

    Jesse married Phoebe HOWLAND Between 23 Apr and 10 Jul 1803. Phoebe (daughter of Henry HOWLAND and Rhoda CHASE) was born 29 Mar 1785, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts; died 22 Dec 1870, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts. [Group Sheet]


  2. 13.  Phoebe HOWLAND was born 29 Mar 1785, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts (daughter of Henry HOWLAND and Rhoda CHASE); died 22 Dec 1870, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts.
    Children:
    1. Henry Howland CRAPO was born 24 May 1804, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts; died 23 Jul 1869, Flint, Genesee County, Michigan; was buried , Glenwood Cemetery, Flint, Genesee Co., Michigan.
    2. David CRAPO was born 16 Sep 1808, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts; died 01 Jan 1879, Odessa, Ionia County, Michigan; was buried , Lakeside Cemetery, Lake Odessa, Ionia County, Michigan.
    3. 6. Joseph H. CRAPO was born 04 Dec 1812, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts; died 07 Oct 1892, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts.
    4. Phebe Ann CRAPO was born 06 Mar 1817, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts; died 13 Jun 1894, New Bedford, Bristol Co., Massachusetts.
    5. William Wallace CRAPO was born Jun 1824, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts; died 24 Jul 1825, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts.

  3. 14.  Allen SISSON was born 15 Feb 1790, Massachusetts, USA; died 11 Oct 1860, Massachusetts, USA.

    Allen — Elizabeth ESTES. Elizabeth was born 12 Mar 1789, Massachusetts, USA; died 19 Jun 1872, Massachusetts, USA. [Group Sheet]


  4. 15.  Elizabeth ESTES was born 12 Mar 1789, Massachusetts, USA; died 19 Jun 1872, Massachusetts, USA.

    Other Events:

    • Fact: Daugher of Joseph Estes and Edith Wood

    Children:
    1. 7. Sarah E. SISSON was born 15 Jul 1813, New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts; died 19 Feb 1894, New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts.
    2. Hannah SISSON was born 06 Apr 1815, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts.
    3. William SISSON was born 06 Apr 1817, Massachusetts, USA.
    4. Sylvia Ann SISSON was born 02 Nov 1819, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts; died 02 Oct 1882, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts.
    5. Edith C. SISSON was born 16 Nov 1823, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts; died 06 Mar 1858, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts.
    6. Elizabeth E. SISSON was born Abt 1826, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts.