Benjamin C Sobotka Jr
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Benjamin C Sobotka Jr commented on Benjamin C Sobotka Jr's blog post 'Carver Migration from Marshfield MA to Knox County ME'
"Thank you for the information!"
Dec 2, 2020
Chris Dunham commented on Benjamin C Sobotka Jr's blog post 'Carver Migration from Marshfield MA to Knox County ME'
"The usual reason for migration was cheap and plentiful land (made possible by the recent expulsion of the native peoples). The earliest deed I find in Lincoln County records for the Carvers of Vinalhaven shows Stephen Carver buying 400 acres on…"
Nov 30, 2020
Benjamin C Sobotka Jr posted a blog post

Carver Migration from Marshfield MA to Knox County ME

Hello, I am researching information regarding why Caleb Carver b.1715 and his son Israel Carver b.1740 migrated to Vinalhaven. I have read some unfounded information that they where actually exiled from mass. after the revolution for being loyalist.Any information regarding them would be much appreciated.Thank you in advance.BenSee More
Nov 25, 2020
Benjamin C Sobotka Jr is now a member of Maine Genealogy Network
Nov 25, 2020

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What Maine surnames are you researching?
Carver
What locations in Maine are you researching?
Vynalhaven, Knox County, ME, Marshfield, MA

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Carver Migration from Marshfield MA to Knox County ME

Hello, I am researching information regarding why Caleb Carver b.1715 and his son Israel Carver b.1740 migrated to Vinalhaven. I have read some unfounded information that they where actually exiled from mass. after the revolution for being loyalist.

Any information regarding them would be much appreciated.


Thank you in advance.
Ben

Posted on November 25, 2020 at 10:32pm — 2 Comments

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