I am digging thru my notes and found her emails but, not her address...her name was Janet......she was looking for a Samueln Weymouth who married Elizabeth Sargent 1770.................i will keep looking if you haven't already…"
I believe some or at least one of her children were from David Cane....they were involved in a fornication charge for the state of NH in march 1692 "google it".......I will try and get back to Portsmouth Athenaeum this week and…"
My Granny was a Bridges from York Maine where the family was before some moved North ....they originally came from Topsfield /Ipswich mass........I have a Thomas born 1745 son of John Bridges and Elizabeth Provinder dau. of Isaac…"
"Thank You. We believe our family group is the largest researchers of Maine McKenney/Mckinney's out there. We descend from the McKinney's of Montsweag, very close to Georgetown and no relation to that group. If there is any question we are…"
"From what I have found so far my husband McKenney line comes from enfield, Georgetown. I have a Matthew McKenney Sr. who was born in ballymoney, Antrim, Ireland, abt. 1712. Not sure if this helps.
"Not entirely sure Kyla but, do know my Grandad was a RR man and he talked about certain buildings that were rounhouses where the train or trolley would pull in and they would turn it around so it could go the other way on the same track where a rr…"
I have for years tried to idnetify Artina whose picture is in a cousins hands. It appears to be 1890-1900 ish . She appears to be 20-30 the portrait was taken at the Rocceau(sp) studio on Lisbon St. Lewiston. Then handwritten on the back Artina McKinney..do not know if it is maiden or married name, but, she must be family and it is a mystery.See More
Just found your note to me of May 28th. You mentioned that I might be interested in Matthew. What was the sir name? I am interested in a Nancy McKinney (or McKenney as spelled in the Vital Records of Phippsburg of Maine To The Year of 1892) who married Sgt. Nicholas Oliver and is is my 3rd Great Grandmother. Thanks for the note- warren
Yes I am desperateley seeking a "Nna" Vahey w/o Frederick Merrill and daughter Bertha M Merrill b Bangor, abt 1886. Bertha was my grandmother. Story goes she died in childbirth with my Mother, Nina and Fred were Bertha's parents. Mom's Dad died when she was 7,she was in boarding school/orphanage. But foster parents ,Goodwins, had big stonehouse close to light house in Cape Elizabeth.I guess she was there part of the summers,my sister thinks the address was #10 Beach Road. House was still there in first half of the 1960's. Mom's dad was Edw J Leighton. His brother Joseph had small house in Cape Eliz
My s/o is Leslie F Farley. He is named after his paternal ggrandfathers. Leslie Mckinney, and Frederick Farlely. Both of what I think is Aroostook Cty,Me. Les McKinney was a farmer.
He only had one leg. His hobby was sulky racing. Les has been to the farms in Maine. The kids used to spend part of the summers there. But that was over 50 years ago.