Susie Plaisted
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Maine Genealogy Ebooks Online
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I found a book or books volumes 1-4 that have an index with family surnames to the page the surname can be located.  These books can be viewed online for free.  I found some ancestors of my own in…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Susie Plaisted Feb 19, 2014.

Day Family Of Cornish, York, Maine, Abenaki Ancestry
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I am trying to find out the maiden and first name of my Abenaki 5th great grandmother, her first name might have been Martha, and she was married to Asa Day in 1795, and they had several children,…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Cindy Collins Oct 15, 2018.


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Carlene Keene commented on Susie Plaisted's blog post 'Asa Day, Abenaki Day, Caleb Day, Lydia M. Edgecomb'
"My name is sue spiller and I'm family also!my grand mother was a day. Isabel day.her father was Howard .iv been to Cornish and seen the day farms and even had a tour.been to the cemetery's but no Asa .the town did have a fire and lots of…"
Mar 24
Cindy Collins replied to Susie Plaisted's discussion 'Day Family Of Cornish, York, Maine, Abenaki Ancestry'
"It's been a number of years without activity on this thread so I'm commenting to see if any of you have learned any more about Asa Day and his probable native wife. He is my 4th Great Grandfather. I am descended through Caleb to Russell…"
Oct 15, 2018

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What Maine surnames are you researching?
Day, Lambert, Edgecomb, Littlefield
What locations in Maine are you researching?
York County and Penebscot County

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Asa Day, Abenaki Day, Caleb Day, Lydia M. Edgecomb


I am researching my Day and Edgecomb Lines from York and Penebscot Counties Maine.  I am also trying to find out an Abenaki grgrgrgrgr grandmothers Native or Christian maiden name as well.  I live on the West Coast so I am unable to get to Maine to do research.  I do have the Day line going back to England, but am stuck on finding out the name of this Abenaki women I am descended from.  Here is what I have and am looking for:


Asa Day, born 4, Sept 1760 in…


Posted on January 24, 2013 at 3:45pm — 4 Comments

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