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Penny Kresl replied to Keith Sargent's discussion 'Early Sargent Immigrants and Y-DNA Analysis'
"Let us know the name of your Langlais when he tests so I can go in and look @ the YDNA analysis @ FTDNA. Just remember , Benjamin Sargent had three children taken from the Saco area. or they could have also been taken in 1703 when John(the father)…"
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Chris Dunham commented on Troy Jordan's photo
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Sockalexis Newell

"The Newells moved around so much, I'm not sure even Socklexes knew where he was born. Loren and Susan had five children baptized 23 Feb. 1879 at St. Joseph's in Old Town, but they had been born all over northern New England. The only…"
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Meridith Bolster commented on Troy Jordan's photo
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Sockalexis Newell

"I think with the 2 census records, perhaps the census taker toon the info directly from the Penobscot census assuming they were living on the island at the time- and probably why the wife's name is wrong. She was also listed as Indian on that…"
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Meridith Bolster commented on Troy Jordan's photo
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Sockalexis Newell

"I have a copy of a letter written to one of his sons by the church in Old Town that says that Loren brought all the children in the same day to be Baptized, and that the year Sockalexis was born, the family was living in New Hampshire at the time.…"
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Troy Jordan commented on Troy Jordan's photo
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Sockalexis Newell

"I have to say the records are all over the place with this ancestor.  I found 2 1880 census records, one listing a 5 year old Sockalexis, parents Loren and Jane Newell enumerated in Old Town; the other has a 3 year old "Soc", parents…"
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E L TEBBETTS Spool Co

"I stand corrected, Steve.  Thanks for the edit.  I took the photo at face value on the one "T" at the end. I have no excuse for substituting the "E" for an "I" other than a momentary brain lapse. :)…"
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David A Gilliard replied to David A Gilliard's discussion 'Johannes Petrus Walther aka John Peter Walter'
"Update. I recently found that Walther was taken to Cambridge after his capture at Saratoga and was paroled. He then served with Ge. Denny  McCobb."
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Seek Parentage of Samuel Robinson 2 Replies

I'm looking to see if there is any connection between the Samuel Robinson abt 1740-1785 who married Mercy Staples in 1786 Deer Isle and the Robinson who came from Gloucester Mass. Samuel was a common name for the Gloucester family.There is a Samuel…Continue

Tags: Gloucester, Isle, Deer, Robinson

Started by Steve Le Bel in Surname Queries: Q-S. Last reply by Steve Le Bel Aug 17.

Elwell-Dunel/Donnell Marriage in Biddeford

I am looking for information on Elizabeth Dunel/Donnell (Dunnell?, Donald?) m. John Elwell on 20 Jan 1732 in Biddeford, ME. (NEHGR 71, April 1917, Vital Records of Saco and Biddeford). Spelling in this record is John Elwel and Elizabeth Dunel.Walter…Continue

Tags: Biddeford, Dunel, Donnell, Elwell

Started by Pamela Carter in Open Forum Aug 11.

Johannes Petrus Walther aka John Peter Walter 1 Reply

I am searching for any information on the service and life of Johannes Petrus Walther AKA John Peter Walter who was a Hessian solider at Saratoga who came to Waldoboro with Gen. Denny McCoob and may have served the American cause. Her married Maria…Continue

Tags: Wolfsgruber, Wolvsgrover, Walter, Walther

Started by David A Gilliard in Surname Queries: T-Z. Last reply by David A Gilliard on Sunday.

Caleb and Isaac Cross, sons of Caleb and Judith (Hooper) Cross

I'm looking for more information on Caleb Cross (b.28 Jun 1797 Vassalboro) and Isaac Cross (b.1 Apr 1799 Vassalboro), both sons of Caleb Cross (c.1753-c.1843) and Judith Hooper (c.1765-c.1809). All I currently have is their names and birth dates.…Continue

Started by Kendal Merrill in Surname Queries: A-C Jun 19.

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The Whiting Women Introduction

What if almost everything your parents told you about their families wasn't true?  The stories they told you were just that, pieces of fiction woven together to create a better past than what really existed.  You might think that…

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Posted by Pamela Tash on September 15, 2017 at 11:47am

Ancestry dna

Soooo I took the ancestry Dna test along with my oldest daughter, youngest son, 2 youngest daughter, my mother,and my mother's 1st cousin who happens to be also 3 of my kids' great grandfather, also got my uncle (moms brother) to do the…

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Posted by Lisa Ann Adams Lord on August 24, 2017 at 5:57pm

HENRY F. SLACK GENEALOGY

WILLIAM SLACE

born; 2 Nov. 1731 Weston, Ma.

died; 10 Apr. 1832 Strafford, Vermont

Father; unknown

Mother; unknown

married on; ?

ALICE WOODS

born; 23 Apr. 1757 Groton, Conn.

died; 23 Jan. 1833 Strafford,…

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Posted by Junior Libby on August 11, 2017 at 5:00pm

PEOPLE WHO HAVE DIED IN ACADIA NATIONAL PARK

It is hard to imagine that a place as peaceful and beautiful as Acadia National Park is - that people die there from horrible accidents nearly every year. The most tragic death to me seems to be the young college student who had his entire life…

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Posted by Junior Libby on August 10, 2017 at 6:34pm

 
 
 

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