Jeffrey E. Martin
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What Maine surnames are you researching?
Alcock, Allen, Allison, Andrews,Bailey, Banfield, Bangs, Bartlett, Batt, Boody, Boucher, Bradbury, Bryar, Bunker, Canney,Carr, Chadbourne, Cloyes, Coffin,Cooper, Cox, Crediford, Crockett, Cross, Currier, Davis, Deshon, Diamond, Dill, Dixon, Donnell, Eldridge, Emery, Emmons, Evans, Farrington, Fletcher, Frye, Garey, Gilpatrick, Gooch, Goodwin, Guptill, Haley, Hamblin, Hanscom, Hartshorn, Henderson, Hilton, Hodsdon, Huff, Hutchins, Junkins, Kimball, Knight, Libby, Littlefield, Maddox, Marr, Martin, Matthews, McCausland, Merrill, Mitchell, Moody, Moore, Morgan, Moses, Moulton, Myrick, Nason, Nickerson, Noyes, Nunan, Parsons, Plaisted, Rollins, Scammon, Sewall, Shackley, Snell, Spencer, Stackpole, Stanwood, Starbuck, Stevenson, Surplus, Thompson, Treworgy, Turpin, Ware, Warren, Watson, Weare, Wells, Wildes, Wilson, Wingate, Wormwood, Wyman, Young
What locations in Maine are you researching?
York, Kittery, Berwick, Wells, the Kennebunks, Biddeford/Saco, Parsonsfield, Scarborough, Portland, Gardiner/Farmingdale, New Portland, Rockland, Millbridge, MDI
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Jeffrey E. Martin's Blog

By Way of Introduction...


I’m Jeff Martin, a retired family physician and, not so retired, family historian from York Beach. I’ve been doing genealogy for the past 45 years and between my wife and I, I’m convinced that we’re related to EVERYBODY in the state of Maine! My first publication was “A New England Genealogy” in 1987, and I taught a genealogy course through the Windham Adult Ed. Dept for several years. At this point I’m trying to finish an update to “A New England Genealogy” which…


Posted on April 5, 2018 at 12:54pm

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