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Kimberly Brown left a comment for Joan Vining McGovern
"My Brown ancestors hailed from Cherryfield and Addison Maine"
Jun 16
Marianne Lindley Girten is now a member of Maine Genealogy Network
Jun 16
Chris Dunham replied to Kathrine Cole Aydelott's discussion 'Thank you!'
"Thank you so much for your kind words, Kathrine!"
Jun 16
Kathrine Cole Aydelott posted a discussion

Thank you!

Dear Chris,I'm sorry to hear that the social network at Maine Genealogy is closing. You've helped me on several occasions, and I've enjoyed reading your posts (I'm sure we must be cousins). Thank you for helping so many of us and for providing us…See More
Jun 15
HAttie Irish replied to Manuel Joseph Amaral's discussion 'attempt to locate bio father'
"Have you contacted the State and see what the requirement is for releasing info on adoptions? The other avenue is to take a commercial DNA test and see what happens."
Jun 15
Gayle replied to Manuel Joseph Amaral's discussion 'attempt to locate bio father'
"Also, an alternative spelling for your mother's maiden name could be Auclair?"
Jun 15
Anne Holtz left a comment for Kimberley Knox-Lawrence
"Hi Kimberly,   I’m researching my ancestors sir name “knox” in Biddeford and Saco ME. my GGG grandfather name is Supply Goodwin Knox married to Betsy A Sessions in Saco ME. I would love o know more about the…"
Jun 15
Anne Holtz left a comment for John Robert Knox
"Hi Robert im researching my GGG grandfathers name Supply Goodwin Knox as well as the “Sessions “ name in Biddeford and Saco ME. Would you be able to help me trace the “Knox” lineage there in ME? Supply Goodwin Knox was…"
Jun 15

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Thank you! 1 Reply

Dear Chris,I'm sorry to hear that the social network at Maine Genealogy is closing. You've helped me on several occasions, and I've enjoyed reading your posts (I'm sure we must be cousins). Thank you for helping so many of us and for providing us…Continue

Started by Kathrine Cole Aydelott in Open Forum. Last reply by Chris Dunham Jun 16.

attempt to locate bio father 3 Replies

Hello members, I was born in 1941 In Augusta,Maine.. My bio mom was not married at that time. Being baptized and mom not married the priest would not allow any fathers name on my baptismal certificate. I guess at that time they thought they were…Continue

Started by Manuel Joseph Amaral in Open Forum. Last reply by HAttie Irish Jun 15.

Marriage in New Hampshire

I suspect I may already know the answer to this question but would like confirmation.Why did so many couples go to Portsmouth, New Hampshire to marry? No waiting period?Continue

Started by Gerry York in Open Forum Apr 5.

Sophia W Greenlaw (1823-1908) daughter of Ruth Webb (1792-1876) additional Birth Proof desired/needed

If you can help I would appreciate it.  I am looking for a primary source or an additional secondary source for Ruth Webb being the mother of Sophia W. Greenlaw.  As she is in our family we know it to be true.Sophia W. Greenlaw is my 2nd Great…Continue

Tags: W., Ebenezer, Sophia, County, Webb

Started by Karl Swenson in Surname Queries: G-J Apr 3.

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Spillers of North Raymond

Does anyone have information about Native American heritage in the Spiller family of North Raymond?  I believe my great, great grandmother, Dorcas Cobb Verrill was Native American.  Does anyone have any updated information?  Thanks.  

Posted by Meg on March 17, 2021 at 6:52pm

Cooper, Maine Resources

I am looking for any information on the Ireland Family of  Cooper, Maine. Silas, James, Abraham, early to late 1800's. I am looking for things that are not in the online paid sites or historical societies in the area that may have local…

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Posted by Terry Ireland on March 13, 2021 at 8:59am — 2 Comments

Looking for information on Olive Landers

I am looking for death information on Olive Landers, Born: 16 Feb 1789 in Greene, Maine daughter of Albisha Landers and Mary Fuller. She married Silas Ireland in Greene on 6 Aug 1807. I have seen various family trees that have posted she died in…

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Posted by Terry Ireland on January 5, 2021 at 9:59am — 2 Comments

Case Study: The Last Purrington

Early the morning of July 9, 1806, Martha Ballard awoke to the news that "Capt Purington had…

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Posted by Chris Dunham on January 1, 2021 at 6:00pm

 
 
 

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