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Does anyone know who owns the copyrights for W. E. Rollin's works? I am asking on behalf of the Eiteljorg Museum in Indianapolis, which owns some of his paintings and would like to have this information on file.
I am looking for any information on Erastus Rollins,
May be Edwards son? It is a missing link in my family tree.
Erastus G was in Mass as a photographer and his father was also an Erastus and Edward came from Rollingsford N.H. any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Warren E. Rollins
Warren E. Rollins is my great great uncle. My Grandfather was named for his father Albert. My Dads name was Albert and so is mine. Believe it or not I just found this out 11/12/07. Please e-mail me.I would like to know more. I own 3 crayon on paper drawings that are signed by him. I hope to hear from you.
Warren E. Rollins
I am the great grand-daughter of Warren E. Rollins. WE Rollins was the son of Albert Jewett Rollins originally of Maine, and Rebecca Bracken, of Arkansas. e-mail me and I can provide more information
Ashton Rollins Woodhouse
I am related to Warren E. Rollins, but I am not positive as to the exact relationship. (My middle name is Rollins.) My great-grandfather was Edward Warren Rollins of Dover, New Hampshire. I suspect that Warren E. Rollins was his brother or a cousin. The town of Rollinsford, NH is named for our family. They settled there around 1650. The name Rollins was evolved from "Rawlings". The Rollins family is related to the Wentworth family of New Hampshire. We currently have one painter in the family, as far as I know, and that is John Davis of Dover, NH.