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New book -- Lives of Consequence: Blacks in Early Kittery and Berwick in the Massachusetts Province of Maine. Author: Patricia Q. Wall.

,Dear fellow family researchers,     Results of my six years of searching for early Blacks (including Africans, a few Indians and persons o…

Started by Patricia Q. Wall in Open ForumLatest Reply

War of 1812-Civil War Veterans buried in Chesterville, ME, cemeteries?

Seeking any known War of 1812/ Civil War Veterans buried in Chesterville, Franklin County, ME, cemeteries?! The town has authorized repair…

Started by Deborah Tripp Probert in Locality Queries: Franklin CountyLatest Reply

Evidence-based Reasoning Reveals the Parents of Cynthia (Day) Bursley

For those researching the Day and Bursley families, a new post has been added to Genejourneys.com: http://genejourneys.com/2014/12/05/evide

Started by Lauren Mahieu in Surname Queries: D-FLatest Reply

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Bran Family in Kennebec County, circa 1760

I am researching Lydia Bran born around 1769 in Winslow (prior to incorporation).  She married Joab Bragg (1760-1832) 20 August 1792 in Win…

Started by Rick Bragg in Locality Queries: Kennebec County

4 Sep 29
Reply by Jon Reed

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…

Started by Gayle in Locality Queries: Kennebec County

8 Sep 28
Reply by TM Raymond

Looking for Parents of Abigail Lewis (c.1799-1851), wife of William Cross (1799-1886)

Looking for the parents of Abigail Lewis, born about 1799 and died 10 March 1851 in Vassalboro, married in 1823 to William Cross, born abou…

Started by Kendal Merrill in Surname Queries: K-M

1 Sep 28
Reply by TM Raymond

Looking For Parents of Noah W. Cross (c.1823-1874) of Gardiner Maine

I'm looking for the parents of Noah W. (Wesley?) Cross, born about 1823, died 10 January 1874 in Gardiner, Maine. His wife was Emeline Chas…

Started by Kendal Merrill in Surname Queries: A-C

2 Aug 17
Reply by Kendal Merrill

Rev. Harvey Mitchell

I saw a note on a Rootsweb Family Tree that Sarah Mitchell and Abbie Mitchell, who were sisters and both wives of Sewall Black Cross (son o…

Started by Kendal Merrill in Surname Queries: K-M

3 Aug 16
Reply by Chris Dunham

Johannes Petrus Walther aka John Peter Walter

I am searching for any information on the service and life of Johannes Petrus Walther AKA John Peter Walter who was a Hessian solider at Sa…

Started by David A Gilliard in Surname Queries: T-Z

3 Aug 7
Reply by David A Gilliard

28th Infantry Regiment, D Company, Private Richard H. McKenney

Good Evening,  I am new to the group. Thanks. I joined because myself and my wife came across the discharge paper of a soldier of the 28th…

Started by Felix Alicea in Surname Queries: K-M

2 Jul 12
Reply by Felix Alicea

Turn of the century Greenwood fire?

Hi Chris, Are you familiar with the Greenwood records, one part of which are prefaced by the 1971 note by Town Clerk Rowena Dunham, that s…

Started by Kathrine Cole Aydelott in Open Forum

4 Jun 26
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Usher's Grant?

Greetings! Chris, and others: is there any information about Usher's Grant, which seems to have been a part of No. 2 (later Franklin Plant…

Started by Kathrine Cole Aydelott in Locality Queries: Oxford County

2 Jun 15
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William F. Hopkinson, Fort Fairfield

William was a very prominent person in Ft. Fairfield in mid 1800s. He was a lawyer, at one point its town clerk and possibly a State Senato…

Started by Ryan Ford in Locality Queries: Aroostook County

2 Jun 14
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