About the Stebbins

This is the Stebbins Family Website circa 2001-2005.  This site will continue to serve posts related to Stebbins Ancestry research and as a convenient posting place for a few of Michael’s hobbies. Post 2005, you can stay up to date with the family via Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, etc. 

 

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Stebbins Christmas Tree Hunting, November, 2003

More About the Stebbins

We are a family of five in Scotts Valley, California. We are all active in the performing arts, church, sports, and our local community. See our individual pages to learn more.

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10 Comments

Beth StebbinsNovember 19th, 2009 at 2:06 pm

Hi! My name is Beth Stebbins. I would really like to hear from you. I have some great information about our family that I think you would like to hear!

Scott StebbinsFebruary 23rd, 2010 at 10:43 pm

Hi my name is Scott Stebbins from Massachusetts. I directly descend back to Rowland’s son Thomas Stebbins or Lt. Thomas. I find your pre-Stebbins history back to Ferrer’s and back to the Kings of Denmark fascinating. I’d love to know where you got all the info about the ancient history. I think it’s amazing. I have done a great deal of research of my own genealogy. I actually own a set of the Greenlee Stebbins genealogy that came from my grandfather Charles Henderson Stebbins. Love to hear from you.

JeanneApril 9th, 2010 at 5:25 pm

Scott…you must be my cousin…I am also in line from Thomas, son of Rowland. We had a copy of the Greenlee books, but they were lost over time.

On a funny note…my father was Charles Rowland Stebbins and my name is Jeanne Stebbins Henderson.

Love to hear from any and all Stebbins family members.

JohnJuly 3rd, 2010 at 1:47 am

I pretty sure that we are related if you ancestry page is correct. Amazing really… Give me an email I will exchange my tree information.

Nick AllenDecember 6th, 2010 at 11:36 pm

I was doing a little bit of internet treasure hunting and found one of your ancestors found a meteorite near Shingle Springs. Interesting. It seems the name of the blacksmith is lost to history as best as I can tell. I wonder if anyone has searched for more parts of the meteorite? Just looking for ideas for metal detecting with the scout troop I lead. Thought you might find it interesting but you have probably seen this before since it looks like someone is interested in genealogy.

SHINGLE SPRINGS.

El Dorado County, California.

Here also El Dorado County and Los Angeles.

Latitude 38 38′ N., longitude 120 59′ W.

Iron. Ataxite, Cape iron group, of Brezina.

Found 1869-1870.

Weight, 38.5 kgs. (851bs.).

The first mention of this meteorite was by Shepard, 1 as follows:

For my knowledge of the meteoric iron of El Dorado County, I am indebted to Mr. Alfred Stebbins, librarian of
the Mercantile Library Association of San Francisco. A letter from him dated April 26 inclosed a few grams of
turnings obtained during the separation of a slice of the mass destined for the collection of Professor Whitney.

The mass is described by Mr. Stebbins as having the size and shape of a man’s head. It was found in a field,
and, as usual, was first taken to a blacksmith’s shop, where it was soon found to be an unmanageable subject for
working, and hence, fortunately, found its way into scientific hands. Its surface possesses the indentations common
to these bodies the crust or coating being partially oxidized. It weighs 85 pounds.

I find the turnings to have a specific gravity of 7.80, which may perhaps be a trifle above what the mass possesses,
as it is presumable that the turnings have suffered a slight condensation in the process of separation.

aaronDecember 23rd, 2010 at 5:47 pm

I also have found meteorites near shingle springs have you gotten your certified and found out what kinds of metals are in them my name is aaron montalbano please contact me maybe I could see a pic of the meteorite u found

MargaretMay 29th, 2011 at 9:06 am

I don’t know how my great-grandmother happened to have this, but she passed on to me in the 1950’s with some other things not related to your family, an original painting of your family crest – the one with the blue griffin between three crosses.
On the back is hand written ” Stebbins Crest, and Coat of Arms, a family of great anticquity in the Kingdom of Great Britain, the eldest branch residing Yorkshire, desended from Sir Thomas Stebbins Baronet of England where family flourished in time King William Third – Copied by Army & Navy Coop Society from copy lent by (three illegible initials) London July 18 / (18)84 £1.8.6″
If you would like to have this, I can send it to you from here in Edinburgh, Scotland.

MatthewSeptember 12th, 2011 at 11:41 pm

Looks like I have some more family
You all look like your us back in Kansas

Jonathan StebbinsOctober 31st, 2012 at 1:08 pm

Hi i am jonathan Stebbins from massachusetts. this is not a very common name. i do not have much information on my fathers side of the family. but i do find this site very interesting. i will have to do a little home work. I do know my grandfather was alfred Stebbins and he died about 10yrs ago now. he lived and holland mass but died in britt Iowa.

Wayne Edgar Stebbins ArnoldJuly 22nd, 2014 at 3:10 pm

Quite a web-site. I didn’t know it existed. I am a great-grandson of Albert Howard Stebbins who invented the Stebbins Ore Separator and was a circuit judge in California. Been to Stebbing many times.

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