Hi everyone! I've been doing my genealogy for many years and have heard rumors that there's Native American in my family. I have searched and searched but found nothing at all. My grandmother was Susie Emma (Tibbetts) Fitts and she honestly looked full blooded Native American, but I have no idea which side it could have been on, if it was on the Tibbetts or her mothers side (she was Etta Kelley Seavey) I've traced both/all lines back to England and I can't find any names that remotely sound…Continue
Added by Amanda Fitts on April 22, 2016 at 5:39pm — No Comments
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 you wish to email me. Please do at Pugz50@aol.com. Hope you enjoy the blog. Also Pleas Join Me on Facebook with The Getchells Genealogy Group is where you will find us, hope to see you there also.
In Memory of Sylvia Fitts Getchell…Continue
That Blaisdell Blood: A Novel, is a book that morphs the facts of the Blaisdell family’s journey to America in 1635 into the near future where the first woman President, a scion of the Blaisdell clan, recalls her family’s past.
The idea for this book came in 2009 when I wrote an article for the Mensa Bulletin entitled, “The Journey of the Blaisdells.” This was a nonfiction exploration of the oral history carried down through generations by my mother’s…Continue
Added by Louise Butler on April 17, 2016 at 12:15pm — No Comments
This is the third in a series of posts I am writing in celebration of the bicentennial of my hometown of Greenwood in Oxford County, incorporated Feb. 2, 1816. Information on this summer's celebratory events may be found on the Greenwood Historical Society's website.
The advance and final retreat of the Laurentide…Continue
Added by Chris Dunham on March 23, 2016 at 7:00am — No Comments
.........A Genealogical and Geometric study 165 pgs, vbe bind (lays flat)
The material is intended to represent a genealogical account of the early settlers, who resided as head of household within the current town boundaries of Freeport, prior to founding plus 1 year (which gives the convenient data base of the first Census—the year 1790). Obviously, these people lived beyond 1790 and this research attempts to follow them to the end…Continue
This is the second in a series of posts I am writing in celebration of the bicentennial of my hometown of Greenwood in Oxford County, incorporated Feb. 2, 1816. Information on this summer's celebratory events may be found on the Greenwood Historical Society's website.…Continue
FamilySearch has collection pages for town records from Massachusetts, Vermont and New Hampshire, but not from Maine. Nevertheless, images of the records from many Maine towns are in fact available on FamilySearch, if you know…Continue
Added by Chris Dunham on March 7, 2016 at 4:00pm — No Comments
HI, I AM DAVID VOLK. I WAS BORN ON DECEMBER 20, 1977 AND ABANDONED A FEW HOURS AFTER MY BIRTH IN A MCDONALD'S RESTAURANT IN NEWARK, NJ. A WOMAN WEARING NURSING SCRUBS WAS SEEN LEAVING THE BATHROOM PRIOR TO THE MANAGER DISCOVERING ME.
I HAVE DNA RESULTS ON ANCESTRY, FTDNA, FIND23ANDME, AND GEDMATCH.
I AM MATCHING THE FOLLOWING SURNAMES ON MY MATERNAL SIDE: LEVESQUE, COTE, BOUCHARD, SOUCY AND CHASSE.
I AM MATCHING THE BELYEA SURNAME AS PER MY…Continue
Added by david volk on February 28, 2016 at 10:00am — No Comments
I am trying to find where and when Timothy Burnham was born in N.H. and who his parents were. What I know so far is that he married in Winthrop, Maine Sarah Prescott on Aug 8, 1799. Sarah was also born in N.H. but migrated to Monmouth, Maine with her family. They had two children, 1st a son, Nathan, born in Monmouth July 23 1801 died in Corinth, Maine 14 Jan. 1838. and 2nd a daughter, Anna. I have no info on Anna. Thank you for any information.
This is the first in a series of posts I am writing in celebration of the bicentennial of my hometown of Greenwood in Oxford County, incorporated Feb. 2, 1816. Information on this summer's celebratory events may be found on the Greenwood Historical Society's website.…Continue
Trying to find if there was two Solomon Jordan,s, one born in 1744 and another born in 1755? Which one was a Veteran of the Rev. War? And which one relocated to Trenton, Maine. Thanks for any help to clear this up.
I will add a note about the Niskanens. I saw this online, but no one has added since 2013, so I am not sure this will be seen.
I am related to quite a few Niskanens through Julia Kuula Stein, who came to Maine in the early 1900's. Julia moved to New Hampshire after marrying my grandfather, John Elmer Stein. Her mother was Gustava Niskanen Kuula, who moved to Fithcburg, Mass around that time.
Brother of Gustava Niskanen is Johan Niskanen. Distant couisns are Matts Niskanen ,…Continue
Added by Ellen Zinder on December 11, 2015 at 5:14pm — No Comments
I am looking into my grandmother's family; Irene M. Potter Brown. She married my grandfather Hector MacNeil Brown. I believe her father's name was George B. Potter and mother was Blanch S. Kilgore. I believe her brothers were Rufus L. Potter (1902-1937) and Lawrence Potter. I am wondering if Robert Leon "Bob" Potter is related. Rufus Potter married Margaret F. Gillman. Irene M. Potter Brown lived in Gray, Cumberland, 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 Deborah Haupt. (father was John Haupt of Waldoboro, Maine) Their son Hector MacNeil Brown married Clara A. Grant. Their son, Hector MacNeil Brown (third in line) married Nellie I. Blood. Their son, Ralph W. Brown married Ethel D. Bartlett aka…Continue
Added by hilary Anne brown Chinnery on November 10, 2015 at 12:00pm — No Comments
We have a web site for our research of the Stephens Mills area of Woodstock. It is www.stephensmills.net. It will be an ongoing work in progress as we have new information and photos to add.We both hope that our journey in this research will be fun and interesting.
Added by Belinda Hagar on October 14, 2015 at 2:53pm — No Comments
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 on this and other who lived in the Captain Samuel Stephens homestead as we did. We are putting together what we can find to preserve the history of this area where we grew up. We are working on a web site to be able to share with others what we have…Continue
Added by Belinda Hagar on October 9, 2015 at 6:22pm — No Comments
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.
Our guest speaker will be Brian Bouchard, former president of PGS and current vice president of the Maine Genealogical Society. Mr. Bouchard will discuss the history around those early Brunswick settlers interred in what he calls…
Added by Brian Bouchard on October 8, 2015 at 10:26am — No Comments
Until I can get some grave dates or other data that will document this line of Nasons, I am hoping to chat with someone who has a lot of Nason Lineage. But for now this is what I have. Feel free to leave me a message if you want to add any thing to this line. This blog will change from time to time as the new information comes in.
Johause Nason married Elizabeth Rogers…Continue
I've been trolling the new Wills and Probate records resource at Ancestry. Very useful!
I write a blog about what I find for my family history. If you are a Smith cousin, you might be interested in this:
Added by Christine Fitzgerald on September 13, 2015 at 11:25am — No Comments