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Kristen Anderson joined Chris Dunham's group

Revolutionary War Ancestors

A group for those researching Maine's soldiers and sailors in the American Revolution.
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Kristen Anderson added a discussion to the group African-American Ancestors

African American former slaves in Maine around 1770 - current. Surnames: Atus and Henry

Hi There,We are searching for anyone else who is a descendent of London Atus, who was born in NY or NJ in the 1750's and moved to Machias, Maine with his former "owner" Reverend James Lyon. They came to Machias around 1772. London married and had…See More
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African-American Ancestors

A group for those researching Maine's African-American families.
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Colonial Ancestors

A group for those whose ancestors lived in Maine prior to the American Revolution.
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Lynden Rodriguez added a discussion to the group Native American Ancestors

Searching for Info for Mary Penobscot

I am hoping to find something forMary Penobscot:Born 1677 in Maine, Colonial AmericaWife of Christopher Walker — married 1695Mother of Sussannah (Walker) ThrelkeldDied 1737 in Virginia, Colonial AmericaI would be grateful to hear anything at all.See More
Lynden Rodriguez joined Chris Dunham's group

Native American Ancestors

A group for those researching Maine's native peoples.
hilary Anne brown Chinnery commented on Chris Dunham's blog post 'Finding L. L. Bean's Birthplace'
"My grandfather h. macneil  brown and the L L Bean family had close ties at one point.  I don't have much information but my grandmother, irene p. brown used to work for the company.  There was also talk about an island."


Looking for Herbert Alton Bacon information. 5 Replies

Was looking for more on Alton Bacon. I seem to not find anything on him after the 1940 census.He was born in1876 in Woodstock and was the son of Herbert and Alice Bacon. He married Stella Bowker in 1901. Any information would be very much…Continue

Started by Belinda Hagar in Surname Queries: A-C. Last reply by Belinda Hagar Nov 2.

Looking for Grave Locations - LIkely Greenwood or West Paris 1 Reply

I am looking for the cemetery locations/grave stones of Gilbert W. Yates 1835-1925 and his wife, Laura (Emmons) Yates 1852-1894. Also Sidney/Sydney Hayes 1820-1893 and his wife, Apphia Delphina (Cole) Hayes 1823-1895 and Charles H.N. Rowe 1841-1910…Continue

Tags: Churchill, Cole, Emmons, Rowe, Yates

Started by Pamela Carter in Open Forum. Last reply by Chris Dunham Aug 13.

Need information on McIsaac family tree 3 Replies

Does anyone have any information on my great-grandmother who is my grandmother's mother here in Maine.  She was married to Merle Leavitt and has two children which it was Anna Leavitt (Bickford is her married name which it was my grandmother) and…Continue

Started by Daishun Bickford in Surname Queries: K-M. Last reply by Chris Dunham Aug 4.

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Chad Brown, Benjamin Brown, Hector MacNeil Brown, Ralph W. Brown - Brown family from RI to Maine

Greetings:  Am looking to follow lineage from Chad Brown of Rhode Island to Benjamin Brown - Surgeon who settled in Waldoboro, Maine.  Family names pops up in Waldoboro, Rockland, and in Camden, Maine.  Benjamin's son Hector MacNeil Brown married…


Posted by hilary Anne brown Chinnery on November 10, 2015 at 12:00pm

Stephens Mills Woodstock

We have a web site for our research of the Stephens Mills area of Woodstock. It is It will be an ongoing work in progress as we have new information and photos to add.We both hope…


Posted by Belinda Hagar on October 14, 2015 at 2:53pm

Captain Samuel Stephens (Stevens)

Have been doing research for Captain Samuel Stephens of Woodstock. He was noted for his brick mills at what was Stephens Mills or Woodstock corner. I have been trying to discover what he was a captain of. My sister and I have been doing research…


Posted by Belinda Hagar on October 9, 2015 at 6:22pm

Gatchell Cemetery: Brunswick's Most Famous Forgotten Burial Ground

The October meeting of the Pejepscot Genealogical Society (PGS) will be held in the Morrell Meeting Room of the Curtis Memorial Library, Brunswick, Maine on Sunday, October 11, 2015 at 2pm.…


Posted by Brian Bouchard on October 8, 2015 at 10:26am


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