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200th year anniversary of Sebec, Maine

A small news article of …Continue

Started Mar 1, 2012

West Brighton Maine Cemeteries
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Does anyone know the locations of any cemeteries in the West Brighton area of Maine, I have a few death records of people that state they were buried there, I have one cemetery named York Cemetery…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ben York Aug 13, 2011.

Harry H Elliott
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Looking for Parents of Harry H Elliott B. Feb 1866 Maine D. 1948 Buried and lived in Lemoine, Hancock, Maine. Married Edith E Foss, January 1887. Earliest confirmed census record is 1900 living in…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tammy Ann Elliott MacDonald Aug 14, 2016.

 

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What Maine surnames are you researching?
York, Wentworth, Nelson, Mitchell, Tuttle, Corson, Elliott. and others
What locations in Maine are you researching?
Kennebec and Somerset Counties

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Pleasant Cemetery, Canaan, Maine

Looking for Pleasant Cemetery in Canaan, Maine for final resting place of a Family relative. here is an obituary for her.

Posted on February 7, 2012 at 12:58pm — 1 Comment

White School House Cemetery location

 I'm looking for a White School House Cemetery, In possibly Winthrop, Me. Here is a copy of an ancestor's death record and I am trying to find her burial place. Any Ideas?…

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Posted on February 7, 2012 at 12:32pm — 2 Comments

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At 3:20pm on February 7, 2013, Trixie Abbott said…

Hi! I'm new to this site. I'm trying to do my Dalrymple line. I was wondering if you could help me? Jacob Dalrymple is my 5th great grandfather. My mother and I do have some information that we have found at public libraries. My father remembers a story of 4 brothers coming over from Scotland into Canada. He wants me to find out if its true orjust a story. Can you please help me?

At 5:33pm on April 22, 2012, Sheri Lynn Dodge said…

Thanks, Ben! I'll add that to my tree right away.

At 3:45pm on March 28, 2012, James Clinton Widdecombe said…

Her name was Edith Fern Richardson. Maiden name was Mills

At 4:23pm on March 9, 2012, Chris Dunham said…

Thanks, Ben. I'll add those to the database when I find the time.

At 12:26pm on March 5, 2012, Ken Dicken said…

Hi Ben, Ken Dicken- Clem A Hart's parents were both born in Maine.  Clem was married to Margaret C Hart (Jonas) around 1907.  I don't know his date of death but he was living in Washington Sate in the 1920 census.  Thank you Ben, Ken

At 6:34pm on February 21, 2012, Curtis Dalrymple said…

Could they have come in from Scotland,surely there must be a birth on anywhere i can go to find out?Jacobs father? Ben i cannot thank you enough!

At 5:53pm on February 21, 2012, Curtis Dalrymple said…

Ben,This is wonderful can you find out what happened to Lester? When did he die and who was his father? OH This is getting good! Bless You!

At 3:15pm on February 21, 2012, Curtis Dalrymple said…

HI Ben, It's Curtis Dalrymple, My dad was Lawrence dalrymple he was born in Shaker village in 1929 in Canterbury NH All I know is my dads name Lawrence Earl Dalrymple 006-24-6244 SS# and his dad I do not know his name, but his step father was Lester and his mother was Natina Dalrymple.So she got married over to Lester. I want to trace my roots and my grandfathers etc. Can you help? Thank You! Curtis

At 12:12pm on November 20, 2011, Merrylyn Sawyer said…

Thank you, Ben, so vey much. He was actually born in 1762, in Prussia.  He came over with the British. He had a son born about 1790, Lewis II and he had a son, Lewis III, so maybe the grandson was born about 1852.  Thanks again for looking. Maybe it was such a quiet, out of the way town of Starks and when someone died no obit was written. Oh well. Thought I"d try to find something on him. 

At 11:29pm on November 19, 2011, Merrylyn Sawyer said…

Sometimes, as in a census, his name was referred to as Lewis Skillin without the 'g'. 

 
 
 

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