Family located: Otisfield ME
1860 Otisfield (Cumberland) ME
Albion Edwards 34 Farmer 1500 600
Lydia A 28 Wife Norway ME
Nancy Bonney 10
Lorenzo Moors 4 Norway ME
1870 Otisfield (Cumberland) ME
Edwards Albion 44 Farmer 2000 1068 ME
_____ Lydia A 38 Keeping House ME
_____ John H 9 at home ME
_____ Ella J 3 at home ME
_____ John 80 Farmer NH
_____ Eliza 71 Keeping house ME
1880 Otisfield (Cumberland) ME
Edwards Albion 54 Farmer ME NH ME
_____ Lydia A 45 Keeping house ME ME MA
_____ John H 19 Son at home ME ME ME
_____ Ella J 13 Daughter going to school ME ME ME
_____ John 90 Father at home NH NH NH
_____ Eliza 81 Mother at home ME ME ME
Raines Solomon G 80 Uncle Wd Boarder ME ME ME
1900 Otisfield town (Cumberland) ME
Edwards Albion Aug 1825 M 41 ME ME ME Farmer
_____ Lydia A Oct 1831 M 41 3 2 ME ME ME
_____ John H Son Oct 1860 S ME ME ME Laborer
Meserve Eler E Daughter Sept 1866 Wd ME ME ME Servant
1910 Otisfield (Cumberland) ME
Edwards John H 49 S ME ME ME Farmer General Farm
_____ Albion Father 84 Wd ME NH ME none
Meserve Ella E Sister 43 Wd 0 0 ME ME ME none
1920 Otisfield (Cumberland) ME
Edwards John H 62 S ME ME ME Laborer Farm
For more information on the possible ancestors of Lydia Ann Noble, see this section of Clark.ged.
Albion, wife Lydia, and sons John Henry and Marshall are buried in Merrill Memorial Cemetery, Otisfield, ME.
Albion Edwards son of John lived on his fathers old place, east of Ryefield bridge, near the corner of the road, and died there. He and his sister-in-law, Elizabeth, got injured at the R. R. crossing at Oxford Station and he got $3,200 in damages.
John Henry Edwards d 5/8/1941, unmarried.
Source: History of Otisfield by William Samuel Spurr; Reprinted by the Town of Otisfield, 2nd edition
Albion Edwards, his son John and daughter Ella Meserve (who was widowed) are listed in the 1906 Census, living in Otisfield.