Added by Victoria Toscana on February 27, 2011 at 2:34am — No Comments
Added by Nancy Lecompte on February 25, 2011 at 7:30pm — No Comments
I'looking for my G.G.G. Grandfather, Sam Clark who was married to "Sally" or Sarah. I don't know Sally's last name or who her or Sam's parents were. This is what I have so far on the Clark side of my family.
Samuel 1779 - 1860? m. Sally ? 1779 - 1850?
Children: Sarah Clark 1804 - ?
Samuel Clark 1806 - 1875
Charles Clark 1815 - 1885 m. Bulah Lombard 1817?…Continue
Added by Mary Clark Kesilewski on February 23, 2011 at 2:32pm — No Comments
I'm doing research on some church histories in New Sharon: Baptist, Universalist and the two Free Will Baptist. Goal is to publish histories of these former churches. Anyone who wants to add data, please contact me.
I am trying to find out the parents of my grandmother on my moms side. Her name is Mary L Griffin maiden name Newman. She was born April 27, 1928 and died August 26, 2000. She married George K Griffin on June 9, 1952. They have a daughter, Sharon Ann born on March 14, 1954 (who is my mom).
I am also trying to track down relatives of my grandfather, George K Griffin. Born February 16,1927 and died May 1,1994.
They lived in Scarborough, S Portland and Portland…Continue
I need not explain the names like BROWN are extremely difficult to trace.
I have been tracing my Brown line for 10 years + and because I am stubborn refuse to drop my search.
My Samuel Brown was b. 1814 and died 6 Feb 1883 in Yarmouth, Maine.
He married twice...#1 Alphonza Drinkwater #2 Sarah Mariah True ( my line)
It is my theory my Samuel was the son of Benjamin Brown ( a spendthrift) and Rachel Stevens both b. Greene, Maine
In the 1850 census…Continue