Letter dated May 16, 1904, from Gilford Brinton Butler (1874-1956), Clerk of the Supreme Judicial Court of Knox County, Maine, to James Anderson (1845-1917) of South Thomaston, Maine, in reference to Anderson's request for information on Peter Stamp.
Butler noted that Knox County records show that Peter Stamp was born in Rentsburg [perhaps Rendsburg], Germany, on October 7, 1865 and came to Rockland, Maine, by way of Saint John, New Brunswick, on March 28, 1886.
Interestingly, James Anderson's daughter Emma C. Anderson (1873-1951) married a James P. Stamp (c1866-1898), who was lost at sea at the age of about 32. He may have been the Peter Stamp in question.
It appears that Emma was left with 5 children upon her husband's untimely death.
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