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Looking for Grave Locations - LIkely Greenwood or West Paris
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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…Continue

Tags: Churchill, Cole, Emmons, Rowe, Yates

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chris Dunham Aug 13, 2015.

Help Needed Deciphering Cause of Death
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I am having trouble with the cause of death. I can't figure out the first word before "abscess of side." …Continue

Tags: Cotton, death, handwriting

Started this discussion. Last reply by Pamela Carter Jan 20, 2013.

Elizabeth "Betsey" Clark Rand
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I am looking for the parents of Elizabeth or Betsey Clark who married Lazarus Rand. I believe she is connected to both the Minot and Woodstock areas. I believe she was born in 1757 and died in 1839…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Pamela Carter Aug 22, 2012.

Dominicus Smith's Parents & Grandparents
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I am trying to find the parents and grandparents of Dominicus Smith who died 22 Jan 1821. He served in the Revolutionary War. I believe his parents may be Roger Smith & Mary Jordan. Roger's…Continue

Tags: Roger, County, Samuel, Margaret, Emery

Started this discussion. Last reply by Pamela Carter Apr 12, 2012.


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What Maine surnames are you researching?
Carter, Cotton, Blake, Yates, Hayes, Rowe, Capen, Stanley, Spurr, Abbot, Abbott, Ackley, Ellingwood, Dunham, Houghton, Emmons, Cole, Lunt, Shepard, Wildes, Williamson
What locations in Maine are you researching?
Bethel, Greenwood, Harrison, Otisfield, Norway, New Gloucester
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Pamela Carter commented on Chris Dunham's blog post 'A Failure of Tradition: The Forgotten First Settlers of Greenwood'
"Nice post! I look forward to reading more. Happy 200th birthday, Greenwood! "
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Oct 25, 2015
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Oct 25, 2015
Chris Dunham replied to Pamela Carter's discussion 'Looking for Grave Locations - LIkely Greenwood or West Paris'
"Gilbert and Laura are buried in Martin Cemetery in Greenwood. I've posted photos of their stones here and here. I haven't run across stones for Sidney and wife, though they should be somewhere around here."
Aug 13, 2015
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Looking for Grave Locations - LIkely Greenwood or West Paris

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 and his wife, Loan (Churchill) Rowe 1844-1912. Based on where they lived and the burials of their relatives, I think they would most likely be in Greenwood or West Paris.See More
Aug 13, 2015
Pamela Carter commented on Sally Furber Nelson's blog post 'Pauper Records in the 1800s'
"Sally, I am very interested in learning more about my ancestors from Mount Vernon. They are Benjamin Perley Philbrick and his wife, Jane Matthews, and their descendants and ancestors. Are you publishing your work somewhere, either currently or in…"
Aug 5, 2015
Pamela Carter replied to Chris Dunham's discussion 'Maine Marriage and Death Indexes Removed From State Archives Website'
"I wondered what happened. One day it was there and then it was gone! Somehow I missed the notice. I'm very disappointed. "
Jun 2, 2015
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"I need some help identifying people. I see Lyndell (Cotton) & her husband Dick (fourth from left), Becky (Carter) & her husband Bruce Bailey (second couple from the right). I'm pretty sure the children who are standing are Tommy &…"
Oct 25, 2014
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Calvin Cole Gravestone

"Do you know if this is Calvin, son of Eleazer or Calvin Cole, son of Calvin, born 1792? "
Oct 25, 2014
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2014-08-31 12.26.18

"Plaque at Fort William Henry"
Oct 25, 2014
Pamela Carter left a comment for Robert Kevin Reid
"I am also interested in the Lunt family - I definitely need more primary documentation of this line. I have secondary sources so far. I don't have Lunts in the Frenchboro area though. Let's keep in touch and see if we can help each…"
Jul 8, 2014
Pamela Carter is now friends with Robert Kevin Reid and Dan Rooney
Jul 8, 2014
Barbara Foster replied to Pamela Carter's discussion 'Colonial Slavery' in the group Colonial Ancestors
"I don't know if your still interested in this subject but the Bangor Daily News had a wounderful article on a former slave and civl war vet who was black.  It is in two parts so you will have to search for the rest of the story.  The…"
May 7, 2013

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Look Before You Leap! The Accidental Death of Edward M. Carter

The Lewiston Daily Sun - July 24, 1923


Bethel Man Hit by Auto on State Road Succumbs From Internal Injuries

Well Known in Bethel Where He Was Engaged in Lumbering Business With Father

Edward Carter, aged 43, of Bethel died at Ste. Marie's hospital yesterday morning from injuries sustained when he jumped from a wagon on the Lisbon-Lewiston road about midnight Sunday directly into the path of an automobile owned and…


Posted on November 12, 2012 at 4:04pm

Mammoth Mart

The Geneabloggers daily prompt of Shopping Saturday got me thinking about my earliest shopping experiences. When I was born, we lived on the same farm as my dad's parents. There were two houses with the barn dooryard between the two. I was the first grandchild and my grandmother spoiled me rotten. She took me everywhere with her. One of her favorite places to shop was the Mammoth Mart in Rumford (Maine). We would go in her VW bug and my favorite place to ride was in the well above the motor…


Posted on August 25, 2012 at 11:19am — 2 Comments

Murder in Agamenticus

Catherine Cornish and possibly Thomas Footman and/or John Hull, Jr. murdered Richard Cornish, Catherine's husband. He was found in the river with a head wound and a pole stuck in his side. His canoe had been filled with clay and sunk. He bled to death. My 12th great-grandfather, Roger Garde, presided over he trial. Thomas Footman is my 10th great-grandfather and her suspected lover. (See disclaimers below)

Catherine was indicted, tried, and hanged for her husband's murder. Catherine…


Posted on August 23, 2012 at 8:30pm — 1 Comment

A Wall of Fire

I'm sure you've heard the term "brick wall" in genealogy. Well, I have a  "fire wall." I am trying to find the parents of Elizabeth "Betsy" Clark born 9 Oct 1758 in Falmouth (Portland) and died 23 Feb 1839 in Minot (Auburn), according to records in Woodstock, Maine. Betsy married Lazarus Rand just about time that the Revolutionary War broke out. She was recovering from the very difficult birth of their first child, James, when Lazarus sailed on the Bagaduce Expedition (more on that in…


Posted on August 22, 2012 at 6:00pm — 1 Comment

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At 11:55pm on March 31, 2012, Chris Dunham said…

Thought this might interest you. It's from the Lewiston Evening Journal of Tuesday, 5 Nov. 1878:

At 3:53am on July 20, 2011, Chris Dunham said…

Sorry, no luck tracking down "Grammy Philbrick."


Since you mentioned the possible name "Lizzie," I did wonder about the aunt Lizzie Merrill who was living with the Cottons in 1900. She was Elizabeth (Cox) Merrill, a sister of Christiana (Cox) Cotton, born March 1822 in Auburn, died 5 Apr. 1906 in South Paris. But I couldn't find any record of her having married a Philbrick, and she died before Ray and Annie Cotton's children were born.

At 2:36pm on July 19, 2011, Chris Dunham said…
Francis Llewellyn Cotton's wife was Lillie Esther Shaw, daughter of George Boardman and Esther Ann (Rowe) Shaw, born 19 Sept. 1868 in Paris, died 4 Aug. 1923, aged 54 years, 10 months, 16 days.
At 8:54pm on June 3, 2011, Bill West said…

Pamela, are you on Facebook? There's a "Ellingwood Reunions!" page there with
information. The reunion is on Aug13th at Jerry Ellingwood's house in Norway, Me.

Email me at and I'l send along what I have!





At 10:00pm on May 13, 2011, Bill West said…

Hi Cousin!

I have some files and images I can send you if you don't have them. Do you have Asa's Civil War Pension File? I've been posting the transcriptions to my blog West in New England. I can send you that if you want.  Do you attend the Ellingwood Family Reunion? I'll be there this year,

At 2:02am on May 13, 2011, Bill West said…

Hi Pamela.

What Ellingwoods are you researching? I'm  descended from Asa F Ellingwood and

his wife Florilla Dunham.


Bill West

At 10:32am on March 4, 2010, Ann (Micklon) Thomas said…
Hello Pam! Welcome to this site. I recognized your grandparents in these photos, I remember them to be some of the nicest people I have ever met. I am Yvonne Micklon's daughter, our parents dated awhile back and are still good friends. I think that I am Lorna's age, if I remember correctly, anyway, good luck with your searches. The people on this site are very helpful and will do what they can, for you. I don't think that we're in the same groups but I'll still keep my eyes and ears open to your queries. I would love to see some more of your family photos... Good luck to you and your searches!!

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