May 2013 Blog Posts (10)

The Morrell Cemetery, Eliot, Maine

MORRELL CEMETERY RESTORATION PROJECT UPDATE: 

 

 

The Morrell Cemetery Restoration Project began early last Spring … Students from the Marshwood High School of Eliot, Maine as part of their Annual Community Service Project cleaned the cemetery of leaves and debris in preparation of the restoration … James Driver, a Boy Scout from Eliot, Maine selected this cemetery restoration as his Eagle Scout Project with the assistance of Donald Driver, his father and troop leader…

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Added by Gary Posson Glynn on May 26, 2013 at 7:30pm — No Comments

Chandler Families in Maine

I am interested in contacting Chandler Family Members to share genealogy.  I know you are out there!

Added by Vicki Chandler Watson on May 26, 2013 at 1:16pm — 1 Comment

Blabon Family

I have just joined the Maine Genealogy Network.  I am researching the Blabon Family.  Richard Blaban settled in Wells, York County, Maine.  I have located him as a Revolutionary War Soldier from Wells.  His son, Richard Jr. was born in 1766 in Wells.  I am working on  updating a Family History I wrote in 1983.  I have found so much more information to add to what I had and correcting mistakes that I had made.  I have already found a map of Franklin County on this site and located where two…

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Added by Irving Blabon on May 19, 2013 at 1:23am — No Comments

Looking for Joseph Clifford of Woodstock, Maine

I am looking for info about Joseph Clifford who was the father of Jonathan T clifford.

Where did he originate from?

Added by Donna Frisoli on May 13, 2013 at 1:44pm — No Comments

Boisvert, Victorien buried in Togus cemetery E. section V

Found in Vol II History of Chelsea, maine

Added by Nikon Mom on May 13, 2013 at 10:18am — No Comments

Vibon Boisvert

I research Vilbon Boisvert married to Lodia Cote On january 1920 . He lived in Waterville, Maine. He was known as "uncle Bill"He came from Canada and started an oil business known today as "Bill's oil". I would like to know where he and his wife were buried. I believe he died around 1975 and his wife Lodia Cote around 1988. I'm not sure if they were buried in Waterville, I also heard the names of Lewiston, Augusta and Bangor when I grew up in Canada.

I would like to thank anyone who…

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Added by Marcel Belanger on May 8, 2013 at 3:28pm — 5 Comments

Sawyers

If your looking for Sawyer Family's in Maine. There is an eBook on Googleplay: A History of Eaton, by C. S. Lebourveau.

Added by Barbara Foster on May 8, 2013 at 5:21am — No Comments

George Sweet

Thank you for answering my Blog. George SWEET was born ABT 1796 in Ardoise, Nova Scotia . He married Mary Elizabeth Smith in Ardose, Nova Scotia;They had the following children:

1: Joshua Sweet 

2:Benjamin Sweet

3: Sarah Ann Sweet

4: George Henry Sweet

5: Unnamed Sweet 1830-1830\

6: John Albro Sweet 1832-1848

7 James Edward Sweet 1834-1859

8: Nelson Page Sweet 1835-1929   ( MY GR. Grandfather )_

9:Caroline S. Sweet…

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Added by Searle Sweet on May 5, 2013 at 3:17pm — No Comments

Domithilde Mercier-Joseph Cote

Hello to all

I am researching the death date of Domithilde Mercier and her husband Joseph Cote. Domithilde Mercier was born on August 19 1866 in St Lazare, Bellechasse, Quebec. She married Joseph Cote on February 16 1885 in St Damien Bellechasse, Quebec. They moved to Waterville about 1905. She is buried in St Francis cemetery in Waterville. I don't know where her husband is buried, but I assume it would also be in St Francis Cemetery.

These people were my great…

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Added by Marcel Belanger on May 4, 2013 at 11:27am — No Comments

George Sweet

Would like to know where George is buried: Born abt 1796 Ardoise, Nova Scotia; Died 7 May 1879, Lincoln, Maine. Lincoln says he is buried in Brewer, Maine. Their records are either water soaked or burned for that period. 

Added by Searle Sweet on May 2, 2013 at 11:17am — 3 Comments

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