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Sargent Family Album

I especially would like to thank Linda Walls for all the photos and other wonderful information that she has donated not just for the Sargent Family but for other families as well.

If you have any questions that you would like to ask of Linda you may contact her at her email address

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  This is a photo of Abram D. Sargent (1836-1927) He was from Freedom NH, son of Jesse and Almira Leavitt Sargent.. He was married to Maryanna and had one son Joseph. He was a farmer and blacksmith. He was the 3rd recipient of the Boston Post Cane for Freedom, NH.


This is a photo of Estella Ida Robinson Sargent (1863-1938). She went by the name Stella or Ida. She was the wife of Frank Linvill Sargent of Freedom, New Hampshire. She was an orphan but her death record states that her mother's name was Rosalind Knox.


Frank Linvill Sargent born June 5, 1864 in Freedom, New Hampshire the son of Josiah and Paulina Linscott Sargent. He died May 30, 1944 in Freedom. He also lived in Brownfield and Porter Maine. His wife was Estella Ida Robinson. He was the father of 3 children: Flora Alice Sargent Weeks, Bertha May Sargent Libby Roberts, and Ernest Fred Sargent.


This is a souvenir school photo that belonged to my grandfather, Ernest Sargent. The school was located near the top of Godfrey Hill in Freedom but is no longer there.


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At the time this photo was taken, about 1913, this was the home of Frank and Stella Sargent in Freedom New Hampshire on Rice Hill.
Pictured in the photo are: left to right Percy Weeks, Frank Sargent, unknown man, Gerald Weeks (child), Stella Sargent, Ernest Sargent, Flora Sargent Weeks, Dana Weeks, Abram Sargent, unknown child. The house was then the home of Ernest and Hattie Sargent. October 23, 1986 the house was destroyed by fire.
   Linda has also donated several  official Deeds for the Sargent, Drown and Glines Families. Please check these out on the  Recorded Documents page.







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