Daniel Lute
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Daniel Crockett

I'm trying to find the parents of Daniel Crockett of Windham (and elsewhere) who married Mary Noyes of Newbury, MA in 1763.  Many family trees on Ancestry.Com list his parents as Richard Crockett and…Continue

Started Jan 13, 2011

Cemetery Records in Rumford
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Are there cemetery records available for the Rumford area?  I'm looking for Abbotts, Howes, Lufkins. Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Daniel Lute Feb 20, 2011.

Vital Record from Rumford
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Does anyone know if Vital Records are available from the Town Clerk in Rumford?  I tried once before and was unsuccessful.  I have gotten Vital Records from Bethel, Paris and Caribou.  Another member…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chris Dunham Dec 3, 2010.

Benjamin Bacon of Greenwood
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Chris- my last question must have been too easy for you!  Here is another mystery (at least to me).  Benjamin Bacon of Paris married Rebecca Holmes about 1802 in Paris and then moved into Greenwood. …Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chris Dunham May 3, 2010.


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At 7:40am on December 2, 2010, Mary L Ennis said…
Hi Daniel,
Am glad the information I sent was what you wanted. What about contacting the Rumford Historical Society for copies of the records you're looking for?
At 6:44am on May 7, 2010, Mary L Ennis said…
The records I had to go through are like journals. Back before births, etc were required to register, the town just kept a list. You could request copies of the information but there is a fee and I assume a charge for mailing. Duplicates of these records are kept at the Historical Society in Bethel. Sorry I didn't get you what you were looking for.
At 5:24pm on May 6, 2010, Mary L Ennis said…
I spent a couple hours this afternoon researching your Fosters and have more information - some of which you may already have.
Numerous town meetings were held at Abner Foster's homestead. By 1810 Abner had died as it referenced a meeting was held at the dwelling house of the late Abner Foster. Lydia Foster (Abner's spouse) died 1/3/1809.

Asa and Anne Foster's children are as follows:
Joel born 9/21/1790 (marriage intention to Maria Jackson filed 7/24/1815
Asa, Jr born 12/19/1791
Nathan Ames born 5/6/1793
Betsey born 8/31/1796 (marriage intention to David Emery filed 2/19/1841)
Enoch born 1/2/1799 (marriage intention to Persis Swan filed 6/25/1826)
Anna born 9/16/1800
Eli born 7/4/1802
Silas born 2/17/1804
Benjamin born 3/25/1806 (married intention to Lovisa Coburn filed 2/19/1827
Mitty born 3/4/1808
Lydia born 1/6/1810 (married intention to Jesse Baker, Jr filed 4/2/1831)
Polly born 8/15/1813 (married intention to Andrew Stow, Jr filed 5/15/1836)

No early death records other than the ones I have indicated. My next move will be to visit the cemetery in Sunday River.

Hope this is of some help. Mar
At 8:45am on May 6, 2010, Mary L Ennis said…
Hi Daniel,
I have found info on the Fosters: Abner came to Newry in June 1786; Asa, May 1787. They settled on a small stream called Sunday River. Both Abner and Asa appeared on the 1790 census. Asa and Anna Bartlett were married in Fryeburg 5/6/1790. I am under the assumption that Lt. Asa came here to settle on land given to him as payment for being in the war. Abner & Asa were also among those who petitioned the Commonwealth of Mass that the township known as Bostwick, County of York become an incorporated town known as Newry (1805).Asa was a selectman 1807-1819 and 1827-1828. He was also town treasurer from 1805-1828. Asa was also on the committe to lay out and contract land for two cemeteries (Bear River and Sunday River). I was not able to get to the town office but will check their records as well as where Asa and Abner may have been buried (I assume the Sunday River cemetery as that was the area where they lived.
At 10:49am on May 5, 2010, Mary L Ennis said…
I just called the Newry town office and they have birth & death records back to early 1800. I will run down and see what they have on Abner, Asa & Eli. I believe Eli died in Bethel.
At 8:07am on May 3, 2010, Mary L Ennis said…
I got a message from my sister in law and she said the Newry Town clerk's office has birth and death records for Newry and Upton. Marriage records and deeds are in South Paris. Please let me know who you specifically would like info on and I'll run that by her and find out what the charge might be (if any).
At 9:05pm on May 2, 2010, Mary L Ennis said…
Census information is available for Newry, Rumford, etc on the website Oxford County Genealogy Notebook. My sister in law works at the town clerk's office in Newry so will call her in the morning to see what information they have locally. I believe all the records are at the county court in Paris. Will get back to you tomorrow with the information. I have Abbotts in my family (through the Ellingwoods) but not your line. There are Bartletts listed on the 1810 Census for Newry.

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