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Photos taken by Johna and Celia Dibblee

My parents, John and Celia Dibblee, took up family history as a retirement hobby. They lived in England, but travelled to America and Canada for some of their research. This website is based on their work. They took photos of relevant places and memorials, unfortunately of the quality that you would expect at that time (not good!) I have used them to illustrate various pages of this site, but have also gathered them togther here.

Founders stone in Windsor, Connecticut
St John's Church, Stamford, Connecticut
Memorial to Rev. Ebenezer Dibblee
Christ Church, Woodstock, New Brunswick
Grave of Rev. Frederick Dibblee
Grave of George Jarvis Dibblee



Founders stone in Windsor, Connecticut

This stone in Windsor claims to give original foundors of Windsor. Thomas Dibble is on the list. Click here for more.

Founders stone in Windsor, Connecticut



St John's Church, Stamford, Connecticut

Rev. Ebenezer Dibblee was involved with this church (if not, perhaps, this actual building)

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St John's Church, Stamford, Connecticut





Memorial to Rev. Ebenezer Dibblee in St John's church, Stamford, Connecticut

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Memorial to Rev. Ebenezer Dibblee in St John's church, Stamford, Connecticut





Christ Church, Woodstock, New Brunswick

Christ Church is the church of Rev. Frederick Dibblee, but I don't think that this is the original church described in Rev. Frederick Dibblee's diary. See W. O. Raymond's accounts of Rev. Frederick Dibblee.

Celia Dibblee, wife of John Dibblee, Rev. Frederick Dibblee's great, great grandson, is in the photo.

Christ Church, Woodstock, New Brunswick





Grave of Rev. Frederick Dibblee in Christ Church, Woodstock, New Brunswick

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Grave of Rev. Frederick Dibblee in Christ Church, Woodstock, New Brunswick Sacred
to the memory of
The Revd. Frederick Dibblee
Rector of this Parish
who was born
at Stamford in Connecticut
on the 9th of December 1753
and died
on the 17th of May 1826
in the LXXIIId year of his age
and the XXXVth of his Ministry.

Erected as a tribute of
Filial Affection
By His Children.




Grave of George Jarvis Dibblee in Fredericton, New Brunswick

Grave of George Jarvis Dibblee in an old cemetery, Fredericton, New Brunswick, with his great grandson, John Dibblee (my father).

Grave of George Jarvis Dibblee in an old cemetery, Fredericton, New Brunswick

Inscription on grave of George Jarvis Dibblee in an old cemetery, Fredericton, New Brunswick