I am not researching this particular group of Fairbrothers, but located this information in the course of investiagting Robert and Thomas Fairbrothers parents.
Vestal Center Cem on Rt 26
Vestal, NY (Broome County)
born died age Comments
Fairbrother Aurilla P. Young 9/9/1848 10/19/11 Wife of Leonard W. Fairbrother
Fairbrother Elizabeth 3/22/1884 89 y Wife of Thomas Fairbrother
Fairbrother Eutarpa Pickett 10/6/1890 77 y Wife of William Fairbrother
Fairbrother Florance A. 1850 1934 Wife of S. L. Fairbrother
Fairbrother John 9/7/38 68 y 5 m
Fairbrother Mary 3/20/1837 67 y 11 m Wife of Mr. John Fairbrother
Fairbrother Leonard W. 11/19/1841 10/12/08
Fairbrother S. L. 1846 1916
Fairbrother Thomas 3/9/1878 83 y
Fairbrother William 11/11/1868 84 y
Personal Briefs from
History of Broome County
Fairbrother, Almon H.
Fairbrother, Almon H. p.o. Vestal Center, born in Vestal September 5, 1840. farmer, owns 85 acres; wife, Addie M. Jenner, daughter of Henry and Jane (Horton) Jenner of Pa., married in 1865; children,Wilie H., Minnie A. and Lewis C. Parents, William and Eutarpa (Pickett) Fairbrother the former was born in Vestal and his father John was born in England, came to Vestal 1796.
Fairbrother, Leonard W.
Fairbrother, Leonard W. p.o. Vestal Center, born in Vestal in 1842, farmer, owns 40 acres; wife, Aurinna Young, daughter of Hugh and Isabella (Ross) Young of Castle Creek, who came from Scotland in 1832, married in 1871; one child, Thomas R. Parents, Thomas and Elizabeth (Giffen) Fairbrother, who came from New Hampshire.
Adeliade m. Alvin Fairbrother tinsmith and farmer of Broome Co
Amanda m. Sylvanus Fairbrother of Broome Co
The area surrounding Vestal Center was a good example of the wilderness described above, as witnessed by descendants of John Fairbrother, neighbor of Daniel Price. "John Fairbrother came here in 1796," the History relates, "and settled about a mile south of Vestal Centre, where some of his descendants now live. According to the statement of one of his sons, made a few years ago, that section was then occupied only by Indians and wild beasts; the Choconut creek region was infested with great numbers of panthers. His son told William Mersereau that his father has shot 2,500 deer."
Blass, Henry J.
Born Feb. 9, 1894 in New York City, son of Jacob and Johanna Blass, natives of Germany, married Apr. 3, 1919 Winifred Fairbrother, born in Vestal Center, July 17, 1892 daughter of Sylvanus and Florence Amanda (Jenner) Fairbrother, owned a general hardware store and identified with State Bank of Endicott.
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Tom Nevlud, Raleigh, NC