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Chris Dunham commented on C Ferrante's blog post 'Mitchell - Livermore, ME'
"I've found mentions of Maccabees chapters organized in Shapleigh, Millinocket, Castle Hill and Guilford. There may well have been another in Carmel or nearby."
17 hours ago
Donna Goodwin commented on C Ferrante's blog post 'Mitchell - Livermore, ME'
"All of the companies, 23 and Me, Ancestry, and some I do not know of have pros and cons.  I prefer FTDNA.  I will email you Roberta Estes blog page.  She has the best informative info on All of the Companies. "
19 hours ago
C Ferrante commented on C Ferrante's blog post 'Mitchell - Livermore, ME'
"Thanks Chris. My suspicion was that it was a tent and that sure does look like the same tent. Next question - how would someone who died in 1898, in Carmel, Maine, become affiliated with the Maccabee organization - especially enough to add their…"
21 hours ago
Donna Goodwin commented on C Ferrante's blog post 'Mitchell - Livermore, ME'
"Wow, never heard of the above Knights.  Interesting.  TKU Chris.  Cheryl, TKU, yes the weather was great yesterday.    Have you done your DNA yet.  FTDNA is a good start for heritage and matches.  I had to…"
yesterday
Chris Dunham commented on C Ferrante's blog post 'Mitchell - Livermore, ME'
"I believe the symbol is a tent, signifying membership in the Knights of the Maccabees. There are more examples here."
yesterday
Kim Sallee is now a member of Maine Genealogy Network
yesterday
C Ferrante commented on C Ferrante's blog post 'Mitchell - Livermore, ME'
"Hi Donna, Did you like the temps yesterday? I do my best... I attached the above picture and maybe someone can tell me what I am looking at. I have my own guess. On my mother's death certificate it states her heritage - English, German &…"
yesterday
Allen J. Voisine and Patti Peppel are now friends
yesterday

Forum

Rev. Harvey Mitchell 1 Reply

I saw a note on a Rootsweb Family Tree that Sarah Mitchell and Abbie Mitchell, who were sisters and both wives of Sewall Black Cross (son of William Cross and Abigail Lewis) were the daughters of Reverend Harvey Mitchell. The note referenced…Continue

Started by Kendal Merrill in Surname Queries: K-M. Last reply by Chris Dunham Feb 13.

Where should I look next in my research? 5 Replies

Hello fellow researchers,I have managed to trace my American ancestors back from Australia to Berwick and York in Maine. Which as you may guess is quite a challenge from this far flung part of the world. I have been relying on what digitised records…Continue

Started by Lisa Apfel in Open Forum. Last reply by Lisa Apfel Feb 1.

Searching for information about Clarence Bumpus, Sr., born ~1878 in Oxford, ME 2 Replies

My wife's great grandfather was Clarence Bumpus born in 1878 in Oxford. He enlisted in the Army on November 5, 1898, and was sent to the Philippines to fight in the Spanish American War. He was discharged from the Army and decided to stay in the…Continue

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Started by Shaun Wright in Surname Queries: A-C. Last reply by Shaun Wright Jan 20.

Margaret Downs born in Portland in an orphanage. Sanford & Lewiston 3 Replies

I  am actually making research about my grand-mother, I’ve been able to find her marriage certificate, her dead certificate, but I can’t find her birth certificate.  I went to Lewiston ME. to the parish center and they told me to contact Boston…Continue

Started by Daniel Dubois in Surname Queries: D-F. Last reply by Chris Dunham Jan 19.

Blog Posts

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Hey there!  I just saw a post to you from Skip…

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Posted by Marsha Whittemore on February 6, 2017 at 4:49pm — 1 Comment

In search of Almira(Elmira) C Bartlett Harris

I'm having the hardest time finding a record proving that Almira C Bartlett , born 1824 Bethel Maine area, is the daughter of Tilden Bartlett (son of patriot Josiah Bartlett who moved to Norway Maine from Plymouth). I have found birth, marriage…

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Posted by Janet Harris Pancoast on February 3, 2017 at 5:00pm — 4 Comments

The Getchells of New England

This blog is about the Getchells History going back to 1600's.   The lines will go like this- Samuel Getchell-

Joseph Getchell of Wells- Capt. John Gatchell of Brunswick along with any new updates and comments made for this blog.     If…

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Posted by T. Getchell on January 28, 2017 at 6:41pm — 13 Comments

Pikes

I am looking for information on the Pike family of Saco Maine.  My great great Grandmother was Elizabeth D. Pike, born 1807 in Saco, married Pliny Groves in 1825/1826, died and is buried in Hamlin, New York in 1881.  

Posted by Kim on January 23, 2017 at 10:27pm — 1 Comment

 
 
 

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