March 2012 Blog Posts (13)

MARY BARTER and JOHN STOVER

This is the following information I have for Mary Barter and John Stover

 

MARY BARTER

daughter of Joseph Barter (1745-1840) and Lydia Matthews (1745-     )

b. October 27, 1768, Barters Island, Maine

d.

m. JOHN STOVER

     March 16, 1790, Boothbay (Lincoln) Maine

     b.

     d.

Added by Gary Posson Glynn on March 30, 2012 at 6:51pm — No Comments

Getting Ready for the 1940 Census Release

When will the census be released?

On Monday, April 2nd, at 9:00 AM Eastern, images of the 1940 census will be available to view at 1940census.archives.gov. The images will begin appearing at…

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Added by Chris Dunham on March 29, 2012 at 8:30pm — No Comments

Fisher Angus

Added by Deborah M. Stover-Arsenault on March 25, 2012 at 4:02pm — 1 Comment

Roberts Father

Seems like roberts father may not nbe francis russell although all the first names fit Margarets maiden name was Stuart not MacDonald as seen in the books about the early founding of the Miramichi Valley. So now I'm stumped !?????????????????? still more questions than answers.

Added by Deborah M. Stover-Arsenault on March 25, 2012 at 3:49pm — No Comments

Robert and Margaret Russell

OK so Harvey R Russell's marriage registers his fathers Birthplace as Miramichi N.B. Canada and says margaret born there as well but Fisher Angus Russell record of birth register's Margarets birthplaces as Papan Canada. Where would Papan be? is that PEI or glenelg parrish along the coast?

Added by Deborah M. Stover-Arsenault on March 25, 2012 at 3:45pm — No Comments

Comeau

I am currently working on my Comeau line.  They came from New Brunswick to the Lewiston area and then Lisbon. My granduncle was Angus Luc Comeau (born Auguste Luc according to the 1891 Can. census). His parents were Luke (Luc?) Comeau and Virginie Caissie.  He married Sophie Waquier(changed to Walker in US).  They had 3 children; Joan Rose, and Theodore. Joan married Rosario Joseph Croteau May 3, 1947. It was his second marriage, her first.  I believe she is still living today at the age of…

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Added by Tom King on March 25, 2012 at 9:27am — 9 Comments

Maine Genealogical Society's Spring Workshop: April 21

The Maine Genealogical Society's Annual Spring Workshop will be April 21st in Augusta, ME.
 
This year's special guest will be Maureen A. Taylor, The Photo Detective. Taylor will educate us on some good ways to help identify all those ancestors who lay, without a name, in shoe boxes around the globe. We'll listen to the stories of some of the earliest people to have their photographs taken,…
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Added by Brian Bouchard on March 16, 2012 at 8:11am — No Comments

Carson Family Search from Maine

My great great grandmother was Mary Ellen Carson born in WI. Her parents were David Morrill Carson and Mary Jane Robinson both born in Maine. David's parents were James B Carson and Mary Polly Greeley. James' parents were William Carson and Hannah Savage. William's parents were Adam Carson and Alice Ellice Anderson. All from Maine. I don't know much about them. Dates seem to get a little missed up going back that far. I would like to know more and hopefully learn about some Irish heritage.…

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Added by Paula Cary on March 15, 2012 at 9:33pm — 2 Comments

Looking for CRAMS

I am looking for information about my husband's grandfather Frank Pearl Cram born in Sherman in 1890.  His wife Margaret Louise Kelley is buried in St Benedict's cemetery, Benedicta.  I have the basic info, but am looking for his parent's names.

 

Thanks

Added by Roberta Cram on March 12, 2012 at 4:23pm — 1 Comment

Morrell Cemetery - Eliot, Maine

Below you will find photographs of the Morrell Cemetery in Eliot, Maine ... Two views of the cemetery in its current condition along with headstones of Sarah Morrell (mother), Horace Morrell (son), Henrietta Morrell (daughter), Franklin J. Morrell (son), Charles E. Morrell (son) and Andrew J. Morrell ...

Added by Gary Posson Glynn on March 10, 2012 at 12:38pm — No Comments

Gathering...

I am happy to say that there will be a big family gathering in Maine this fall!  Everyone who can will be heading to the family homestead and I hope to meet many cousins who I do not know. Between now and then I will be polishing up my genealogy work and hopefully filling in a few blanks, solving a mystery or two. Of course a few extra days added on to the trek to do some research!

Added by Laurie Davis on March 10, 2012 at 11:30am — No Comments

The Morrell Cemetery Restoration Project - Eliot, Maine - Spring 2012

The Morrell Cemetery Restoration Project Eliot, Maine – Spring 2012

The Morrell Cemetery is located just west of River Road in Eliot, Maine on Old Cottage Lane ... This cemetery for generations was in the Morrell Family until their land was sold and since then the cemetery has been greatly neglected … Today, I visited the cemetery to photographs its current condition and to locate some of the gravestone that…

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Added by Gary Posson Glynn on March 8, 2012 at 8:30pm — No Comments

Fillion Family

 I am trying to find the Fillion side of my family,majority were from Lewiston,ME.I have a couple pieces of info but always run in a block wall.Working full time and running after 5 kids kinda keeps me doing very little research these days!If anyone may know anything it would be great to pass on.My great grandfathers name was Napoleon J. Fillion and his wife Marie Louise Bolduc.I have no idea where they are from only that they were married in Lewiston,had all there children  there and…

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Added by Lila A. Zemp on March 8, 2012 at 2:08pm — 2 Comments

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