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 grandmother Jean Beaumont Reynolds, who had my mother Evelyn Stoddard Houghton who had me.
I would love to see any pictures of the Dain's or Proctors. I currently live in Maine and would also love to know where Samuel Proctor and the Dain's were buried.
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 Danville), no stone found
Sam 3 was buried in a cemetery on the river bank near his home around the Lewiston/Lisbon town line. This cemetery was washed out in flooding in the early 1800s. Some remains were recovered and re-buried in a nearby cemetery. Most remains went out to sea. No stone found in the other cemetery.
I had his name added to the Military Memorial at the Falls in Lewiston so at least there is be some recognition of his life and sacrifice during the American Revolution.
I had a nice website on rootsweb that told the story of Sam and John Dain's military service, but it has disappeared!
Sorry don't have any pictures.
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