Nancy Lecompte
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  • Lewiston, ME
  • United States

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Nancy Lecompte replied to Gerry York's discussion ':Black Will" of Berwick and connections to John Black of Bailey Island' in the group Colonial Ancestors
"E-mail me off line to get on our DIG invitation list. You are not expected to attend every meeting and you don't have to speak or contribute - you can just say hi and listen. We have a code of ethics that basically says what you see and hear in…"
Apr 27
Nancy Lecompte replied to Gerry York's discussion ':Black Will" of Berwick and connections to John Black of Bailey Island' in the group Colonial Ancestors
"I am not a Black or Blake, but this is a very interesting puzzle you are working on. I am an experienced genetic genealogist willing to offer a few pointers. It may be possible to unravel this mess using DNA matches, but you are looking at a huge…"
Mar 20

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What Maine surnames are you researching?
Native Americans primarily in Western Maine, Northern New Hampshire, Lower Quebec as the Research Director for Ne-Do-Ba. In my personal genealogy I am researching Samuel Proctor of Lynn, MA & Falmouth, (Portland), ME. Also Larrabee of North Yarmouth and Falmouth, Coffin of Freeport, Porter of Bridgeton, Hatch of Lewiston, Verrill, Cordwell, and many others - but I seldom get to work on my own folks!
What locations in Maine are you researching?
Western Maine mostly
If you have a website, what is the URL?

Other Websites I am Involved with

My new (Feb-2011) Research Journal Blog


An article I wrote and presented at Androscoggin Historical Society and for Mary Dillingham Chapter of DAR turned into a website

6th Regiment of the Mass. Continental Line


My own family


An article I researched and wrote on about the soldiers who were killed or taken captive as result of The Cherry Valley Massacre during the Revolution.


The Ne-Do-Ba "TNG" database

Nancy Lecompte's Blog

Civil War Challenge - Identifying Alburgh, Vermont's unnamed "Indian" soldiers.

I am trying to identify the Civil War soldiers mentioned in the Alburgh (VT) Town Record simply as "Four Indians". I need assistance from anyone interested in helping. Please help in any way you can and please take a moment to spread the word around to any interested parties.

My name is Nancy Lecompte. I am the Research & Education Director for Ne-Do-Ba, a Maine Nonprofit 501(c)3 Corporation.

Below is the introduction from my blog post of April 25, 2011 concerning these… Continue

Posted on April 25, 2011 at 1:08pm

Ne-Do-Ba has a new blog!

Hi, I am writing to introduce my new Research Journal Blog titled Gwilodwôgan.

The word refers to exploration or investigation in the Western Abenaki dialect.

I will be exploring what is known about families with potential Native American heritage in the Northeast, one family at a time.

It is my hope the blog will serve as a teaching tool for any beginning researcher, a… Continue

Posted on February 25, 2011 at 7:30pm

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At 3:28pm on April 12, 2011, Troy Jordan said…

I did read a little excerpt from the book when I visited the Ne-Do-Ba site.  Is this book still in print and available?  I would love to purchase a copy if you could tell me where I can get one. Its very possible my father-in-law, Bellmont House, was named after Louis, but he has never made reference to it, so he may be unaware that it's an old family name.  I am very curious about that side of the family as I have been unable to gather much information online.  Look forward to hearing from you.




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