The Dibble family reports are mostly the work of VanBuren Lamb, Jr.In the 1940's he published his work in the magazine "Your Ancestors" which included Dibbles from Robert Deeble of Dorchester, Massachusetts through eight generations.On his final submission he wrote:
"This is the end of the eighth generation - that is as much as I have been able to work together, to date (25 Mar. 1951).I have records of many Dibbles who belong in here somewhere, but having no help from the branch of the family to which they belong, I shall just have to wait until I have the time and money to search the records in their locality personally.
There are remaining in my records of families allready placed, about enough material to fill another 200 pages.This will cover generations 9,10,11,12,13,14,and 15.It will be sent to the libraries within a years time - I hope."
I understand that Mr. Lamb died about 10 years ago and left all his records to the LDS Family History Center in Central Bridge, N.Y, except for the Dibble records, which were given by Mr. Lamb to a relative name Stephen Dibble.
Recently, through the magic of the Internet, Rev. Stephen Dibble contacted me.His nephew, Charles Ryerson, apparently was surfing the net and came across this page.Rev. Dibble gave the records to a relative who transcribed them to disk.Recently, files and note cards have been obtained.They are currently being inventoried and decisions have yet to be made on their future.
There currently is a free e-group of Dibble Family Researchers that share queries, and information, and files.Please see link below. (This group was created on 27 July 2001). It has about over 70 members who are very interested in the Dibble Family surname.Would be happy to have interested member join.
ROBERT DEEBLE REPORT UPDATED 13 JAN 2001
|George Arthur Dibble, III|
3256 Northrop Avenue
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- Your Ancestors, pg. 239 (70 KB)
Dibble Family by VanBuren Lamb, Jr. 9th page
- VanBuren Lamb, Jr - circa 1925 (31 KB)
Mr. Lamb, to my knowledge, spent over 60 years reseaching the Dibble surname.Most all the Dibble information on this site is due to his dedication, and desire to freely distribute.
- Your Ancestors pg 115 (104 KB)
Dibble Family by VanBuren Lamb, Jr. first page
- Your Ancesors, pg 116 (84 KB)
Dibble Family by VanBuren Lamb, Jr. second page
- Your Ancestors, pg 143 (91 KB)
Dibble Family by VanBuren Lamb, Jr. third page
- Your Ancesors, pg 144 (103 KB)
Dibble Family by VanBuren Lamb, Jr. 4th page
- Your Ancesors, pg 179 (117 KB)
Dibble Family by VanBuren Lamb, Jr. 5th page
- Your Ancestors, Pg. 180 (70 KB)
Dibble Family by VanBuren Lamb, Jr. 6th page
- Your Ancestors, pg. 209 (93 KB)
Dibble Family by VanBuren Lamb, Jr. 7th page
- Your Ancestors, pg. 210 (89 KB)
Dibble Family by VanBuren Lamb, Jr. 8th page
- Origins of Dibble Family in England (8 KB)
Information received by VanBuren Lamb, Jr. from Celia & John Dibblee of Warwickshire, United Kingdom.
- Line of Joseph Dibble boilerplate (8 KB)
I have receive a few transcripts VanBuren Lamb, Jr. sent out to individuals.This one, received from Carolyn Dibble, of Ohio, is a typical boilerplate, which would be followed by number of pages of genealogy for that individual.
- Dibble name origins (11 KB)
John Dibblee corresponded with VanBuren Lamb, Jr. about Dibble genealogy.This is one of the files sent to me by Stephen Dibble/Charles Ryerson.
- Philo Dibble and Joseph Smith (96 KB)
This book exerpt describes the life of Philo Dibble, an friend of Joseph Smith, founder of the Morman faith.