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Nancy Lecompte replied to Amy Middleton's discussion 'Descendant of Samuel Proctor' in the group Colonial Ancestors
"Hi cousin, I descend from Samuel Proctor the 3rd. Sam 1 should be buried in Portland (old Falmouth), but no stone found Sam 2 may be buried near Prides Corner or in the Penley Cemetery on the River Road in Auburn (originally Pejepscot, then…"
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Amy Middleton added a discussion to the group Colonial Ancestors

Descendant of Samuel Proctor

I'm a descendent of Samuel Proctor. He had a daughter Elizabeth who married John Dain. Their grandson was Nathaniel Dain, from Lisbon ME. He moved to NY and had a daughter Emily Bradley Dain Reynolds. Her son Eugene B Reynolds had one daughter my…See More
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Colonial Ancestors

A group for those whose ancestors lived in Maine prior to the American Revolution.
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"Trying to connect Joseph Curtis b. 1817 of Winterport, ME to Charlotte Lombard married to James Curtis of Frankfort, ME"
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Donna Goodwin left a comment for Brian Edward Doore
"Brian, If you are still on this site I would very much like to correspond with you.  I had my cousin do his Ydna with FTDNA and looking for another Dore/Door/Door etc who may have take the test.  I am 97% sure (with documentation) that…"
Dec 11


Curo or Cureux? 2 Replies

Hi everyone! I am researching my Curo ancestors who were in New Brunswick, Maine and Minnesota. I was curious if anyone found a connection to the Cureux dit St. Germaine's who were also in Aroostook? On the census the Cureux name shows up as…Continue

Started by Zoe in Surname Queries: A-C. Last reply by Zoe Dec 6.

QUESTION: On-site records search Kennebec County

I will be in Maine during Thanksgiving week this year. Knowing that offices will only be open Monday and Tuesday, I would like to know the best place to focus my search for members of the Leighton family in Kennebec County. I am particularly…Continue

Tags: Tibbetts, Webber, Leighton

Started by Gayle in Locality Queries: Kennebec County Nov 11.

Free Access to Military Records This Weekend is offering free access to its U.S. military record collections though November 12th. A full list of available…Continue

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Free Databases at Through November 13th

The New England Historic Genealogical Society is offering free access to their databases through November 13th. Highlights for…Continue

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Forensic Genealogy

          Forensic Genealogy is presently recognized by the FBI as an extremely valuable tool for solving decades old crimes and also in identifying previously unknown victims. John Doe or Jane Doe.


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Mary Isabelle “Belle” (Sedgley) Steward Hunt 1853-1944

Mary Isabelle “Belle” (Sedgley) Steward Hunt 1853-1944


Sedgley Pedigree

Robert Sedgley 1815-1885 & Sarah Leavitt 1833-1891

Robert Sedgley & Mercy…


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This trail, as well as all other trails that led up to the summit of Huguenot Mountain were abandoned by the National Park Service with…


Posted by Junior Libby on October 26, 2018 at 3:47am

Looking for any information on William and Hannah Walton

William and Hannah Walton had a son, Henry A Walton born in 1840 in Portland Maine. I can find no birth certificate. Henry then shows up on the 1850 census living with John Walton .. not sure what the relationship is. I found a clipping stating a…


Posted by Stephanie Rideout on October 21, 2018 at 9:18am — 1 Comment


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