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    1. ([PAERIE])Mabie Family of Erie, Fairview, and Tionesta
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    3. Desparetly trying to find the parents of Colby D Mabie  (ca 1826-1882)  [sometimes called Charles D Mabie or C D Mabie] who was born about 1826, somewhere in New York, in the Erie, PA  by 1850. He married Elizabeth M Neal and had two children Harry Clyde Mabie and Frank Eugene Mabie He may have separated from Elizabeth in the early 1870's, but the family stayed in touch.  When he died, his sons brought him back to Erie for burial in the Neal Plot of Fairview Cemetery. below is a family profile: Colby D. Mabie^1 <> M, #27721, b. circa 1826, d. 23 February 1882 Name Variation Colby D. Mabie was also known as Charles D.^2 <> Birth* circa 1826 He was born circa 1826 at New York.^3 <> Marriage* 22 May 1850 He married Elizabeth M. Neal <> on 22 May 1850 at Erie County, Pennsylvania. "Married On Wednesday, the 22d ult., by Rev. D. Smith of Girard, Mr. Colbey Mabie and Miss Elizabeth M. Neal both of Fairview."^4 <> Census* 24 November 1850 Colby D. Mabie appeared on the census of 24 November 1850 at Fairview Township, Erie County, Pennsylvania. Colby Maby, 26, M, Teamster, NY.^5 <> Census* 1 June 1860 Colby D. Mabie and Elizabeth M. Neal appeared on the census of 1 June 1860 at Conneautville Borough, Crawford County, Pennsylvania. Charles D. Mabie, 34, M, Staging, NY, $2000, $1000 Elizabeth Mabie, 33, F, PA, $1200, — Frank E. Mabie, 9, F, PA, attended school Harry C. Mabie, 2, F, PA.^6 <> Census 4 June 1870 Colby D. Mabie and Elizabeth M. Neal appeared on the census of 4 June 1870 at Tionesta, Forest County, Pennsylvania. Charles D. Mabie, 43, M, W, Hotel Keeper, $15000, $4000, NY Elizabeth Mabie, 37, F, W, Keeping House, $1000, —, PA, mother foreign born Frank Mabie, 19, M, W, Clerk in Hotel, PA Harry C. Mabie, 11, M, W, Attending School, PA.^7 <> Note* 24 June 1874 Sheriff's Sales Daniel S Knox vs Elizabeth Mabie and Charles D Mabie, her husband, owners or reputed owners, and Charles D Mabie, contractor, to wit: The said building is located in the Borough of Tionesta in the County of Forest, and the State of Pennsylvania, on Lots numbered 58, 59, and 60 in the plot of G G Sickles, said lots fronting on Elm street and bounded on the east by said Elm street: the said building is a two story storied frame building 32' 9" in length and 20' 7" in width [This building was to replace to the Holmes House hotel destroyed by fire on Dec 10, 1872] on 24 June 1874 at Tionesta, Forest County, Pennsylvania.^8 <> Divorce* circa 1875 Colby D. Mabie and Elizabeth M. Neal were divorced circa 1875.^9 <> Death* 23 February 1882 Colby D. Mabie died on 23 February 1882 at Kinzua, Warren County, Pennsylvania.^10 <> oObit* 1 March 1882 On 1 March 1882 at Tionesta, Forest County, Pennsylvania, Colby's obituary read: It is with sincere regrets that we are called upon to chronicle the sudden death of Mr Charles D Mabie, which took place at Kinzua, Warren county, Pa, on Thursday, Feb 23, 1882. His complaint was pneumonia, and he lived but a few days after he was attacked. He had written to his family but a few days previous, stating that his health was good, and that he was succeeding nicely. His two sons, Frank and Harry arrived shortly after his death, and conveyed his remains to Fairview, Erie county, where the funeral took place, and he was laid to rest in the cemetery beside other relatives, gone before. Mr Mabie was well known throughout this section of the country, and at one time was one of the most successful businessmen in Cranford county, where he spent the greater portion of his life, principally in the hotel business, in which he had few equals.... Although 58 years of age when he died he worked hard up to the day he was taken sick.      The Forest Republican (Tionesta, Pennsylvania), 01 Mar 1882, Wed, Page 4 Mr Chas D Mabie who will be remembered by many of our citizens as proprietor of the Power House in this place (Conneautville) a score of years ago, died in Kinzua, Warren county, on Thursday of last week, of pneumonia, after a brief illness. He was a resident of Erie, where he leaves a wife, a sister of Mr S. D. Neal, of this place, and two sons, Frank and Harry Mabie. The remains were interred at Fairview on Saturday.      The Conneautville Courier and Record (Conneautville, Pennsylvania), 03 Mar 1882, Fri, Page 3.^11 <> Burial* He and Elizabeth M. Mabie were buried at Fairview Cemetery, Fairview, Erie County, Pennsylvania.^12 <> Family Elizabeth M. Neal <> b. 7 Sep 1827, d. 16 May 1910 Children * Frank Eugene Mabie <>^13 <> b. 8 Apr 1851, d. 8 Mar 1903 * Harry Clyde Mabie <>*+*^14 <> b. 29 Jul 1858, d. 14 May 1931

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