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Seek Parentage of Samuel Robinson
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I'm looking to see if there is any connection between the Samuel Robinson abt 1740-1785 who married Mercy Staples in 1786 Deer Isle and the Robinson who came from Gloucester Mass. Samuel was a common…Continue

Tags: Gloucester, Isle, Deer, Robinson

Started this discussion. Last reply by Steve Le Bel Aug 17, 2017.

 

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Steve Le Bel replied to Kim Rae Nugent's discussion 'Need Documentation for David Place Palmer's Parents'
"Oxford County Deeds are sometimes helpful. Here is a link to start with. Click on "Early Books." https://searchiqs.com/meoxe/SearchAdvancedMP.aspx Here is the link to Piscataquis County deeds, login as guest works…"
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"The 1810 census for Arundel is missing 2 of the pages on Ancestry and Family Search. Where are the original documents stored?"
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Steve Le Bel commented on Steve Le Bel's blog post 'Mortality Schedules'
"Thank you for the link. I couldn't find that. I'll get in touch with the Archives for the others."
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Chris Dunham commented on Steve Le Bel's blog post 'Mortality Schedules'
"All of the mortality schedules are available at the State Archives on microfilm. FamilySearch has the 1880 Maine schedule here."
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Mortality Schedules

The 1850 Mortality Schedule for most of Maine is available on FamilySearch but the 1860, 1870, and 1880 ones are not. Does anyone know where they are? State Archives? Brown Library?I say most of 1850 as Rumford, Oxford County is missing. The one I need of course.See More
May 13

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What Maine surnames are you researching?
Smith, Grant, Maddox, Harriman, Oldham, Stinson, others
What locations in Maine are you researching?
Lyman, Peru, Deer Isle
If you have a website, what is the URL?
http://www.asweepingview.com

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Mortality Schedules

The 1850 Mortality Schedule for most of Maine is available on FamilySearch but the 1860, 1870, and 1880 ones are not. Does anyone know where they are? State Archives? Brown Library?

I say most of 1850 as Rumford, Oxford County is missing. The one I need of course.

Posted on May 13, 2019 at 8:55am — 2 Comments

Samuel Robinson, husband of Mercy Staples

I am looking for the parentage of the Samuel Robinson who married Mercy Staples about 1765 and died in Sedgwick Maine about 1785. Mercy then married Jonathan Torrey shortly thereafter.

Posted on June 5, 2017 at 10:04pm

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