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Lindor Cox loses wife and 2 kids to food poison

Can anyone find an article about the deaths of Ida Cox,Carrie E. Cox and unnamed female Cox in Mount Vernon. 1880-1889 somewhere.Continue

Started by Angelina Wilson in Surname Queries: A-C Jul 27.

Upton Family Cemetery on Upton Bros. Road, Norway, Me. 1 Reply

Is it still there?  Drove up and down the road several times and was so disappointed not to spot it.  It was there in 2010 because wonderful photos were posted by Chris Dunham on this site.  Help so much appreciated!Continue

Started by Anne Kinney in Open Forum. Last reply by Chris Dunham Jul 27.

Father of Simon Elwell 5 Replies

I've been searching for the parent's of Simon Elwell. Someone posted a will in 2001 on of a Joseph Elwell, farmer (YCP 24:464) of Wells. It lists a son Simon who was less than 21 yrs in 1800 as he leaves "$10 to be pd at ae 21y." [My…Continue

Tags: Wells, York, Machias, Elwell

Started by M. Anne Albee in Surname Queries: D-F. Last reply by M. Anne Albee Jul 26.

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Joseph Getchell of Wells, York Maine

Joseph Getchell of Wells Maine.

Posted by T. Getchell on August 2, 2015 at 5:10pm

Capt. John Gatchell of Brunswick

Capt. John Gatchell of Brunswick.

Posted by T. Getchell on August 2, 2015 at 5:09pm

The Nasons of New England

Abraham Nason married Anna Hearl (Erriles) Aug. 1762.

Children :…


Posted by T. Getchell on August 2, 2015 at 5:00pm

Pauper Records in the 1800s

I am transcribing the VRs of Mount Vernon, Maine, and have recently discovered many pauper records from the 1840-1870 era. This has led to much curiosity about how paupers were treated during this period. It looks like people bid at the town…


Posted by Sally Furber Nelson on July 25, 2015 at 1:33pm — 4 Comments


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