Hello Eugene, I wonder how we are related?Who is the "Grammy Gram" that you refer to in your posting?The name Fielder does seem to be repeated through the generations:Fielder Botting seems to be the first of Frances and William Botting's children to have been born in Oxbow (1945).Fielder's sister, Mary Ann Botting (b. 6 May 1839/1842 in Madison, ME) was my g-g-grandmother. Mary Ann Botting was the dau. of William Botting (b. 1802 in England) and Frances Routh (b. 16 April 1821 in Dublin, Ireland [according to her cemetery stone], or on the Atlantic Ocean [according to the 1850 Maine Census], or on the Thames River [according to New England Families, vol. 1 1915]. The cemetery stone for Frances R. Botting is in Oxbow, ME and states that she died at age 70 years, 4 months, and 24 days. The stone also records Henry Botting, died and buried at Harper's Ferry, VA on Dec. 6, 1862, age 18 years, 8 months, and 25 days; member of Co. H 20th Reg't. Me. Vols. Frances Routh was age 27 at the 1850 Census; William was 48. The children of Frances and William Botting: 1. William b. 1837 in Madison; m. Elizabeth Curo 2. Elizabeth b. 1830 in Lower Canada; m. James Curo 3. Rosanna b. 1840 in Madison; m. Hiram Smith 4. Mary Ann b. 1842 in Madison; m. Thomas Fleming; d. 1910 5. Henry b. 1844 in Madison; d. 1862 6. Fielder b. 1845 in No9R6; m. Mary McKee 7. Frances b. 1847 in No9R6 8. Maria b.1850 in No9R6 Children 1-8 are listed in the 1850 Maine Census. However, Frances and Maria are not listed in New England Families, vol. 1 1915. That source lists children 1-6 and then continues: 7. James 8. George 9. Charles 10. Helen Eliza 11. Grace Viola
The children of Mary Ann Botting and Thomas Fleming (b. 1822 in Summerside, PEI)are: 1. Thomas H. b. 1865; d. 1888 2. George A. b. 1870; m. Eliza Taylor (1870-1897) 3. Gertrude b. 12 Nov. 1873 in Oxbow; m.Miles B. Stone on 20 Dec. 1898; d. 6 June 1954. 4. William b. 8 Oct. 1877; m.Mattie Reed;d.2 Jan.1950 5. Wilmon b. 8 Oct. 1877; m. Mary Lannigan 6. Fred J. b. 1880; m. Vesta Carson; d. 1958 7. Ida b. 1872; m. Henry Smith 8. Ina m. McCorkendale; m. Orin Coffin
Mary Ann and Thomas Fleming are buried in the cemetery in Oxbow, Maine.The Oxbow Cemetery is located about 4 miles in from Rte. 11 on the left on the Oxbow Road.There are several other Flemings buried there. William and Frances (Routh) Botting are buried in a small family plot located about 7 miles in from Rte.11 on the right side (it is now in someone's backyard, not visible from the road).
Hope this helps, and I would like to know what info you might have to tie this together. Thanks, Jane