he was born feb 5,1794 and died april 5,1871.he married sally swan. and he was in the war of 1812
Added by kevin wayne miller on January 28, 2011 at 2:34pm —
Looking for information on the following person: Malcolm Corey. Malcolm was b. 1840 in NB. He married first Bessie May Ryan and second, Annie Carvelle. Both marriages were in Houlton, ME. There were seven children of Malcolm's marriage to Bessie May Ryan -- two were twins, Frank and Charles Henry who may have settled in Maine. (I believe that William Allen Corey of E. Holden may have been the son of Charles Henry.) I can find no information on the place and death of Malcolm, Frank or… Continue
Added by Paula Corey on January 26, 2011 at 9:40am —
Added by Sheri Lynn Dodge on January 22, 2011 at 9:06pm —
I am searching for information on Alfred Isaac Philbrook, b 10 Dec 1870 in either Aroostook County or Canada. He married Maud Mae Cossar 13 Jul 1897 in Carroll, Maine. Family history dictates Alfred was adopted and his mother's name was most probably Annie. He was either born a Monroe or raised by a family named Monroe but I cannot find any information prior to his marriage to Maud. I'm not even sure if the adoption was formal. Any suggestions for doing further research is greatly appreciated.
Added by Sheri Lynn Dodge on January 22, 2011 at 9:49am —
Looking for any new info on my grate grate grandfather ben f chase his mother submit woodman his father benjami. Tappin his cuzin cyrus woodman born in buxton at the chase tavern in 1850s moved to wisconsin working for his cuzin cyrus woodmen wild living in nealsvile joned. The 19th wisconin int reg after the civil war be ale the first atterny in augusta wis. Died 1909 looking for any pics and any corisponedances with his family in maine he had a brother willom and 4sisters. In in 1889 he… Continue
Added by david a stiglitz on January 9, 2011 at 10:00am —
Among the resources at the new FamilySearch website is United States, New England Naturalization Index, 1791-1906.
The index consists of 3x5 inch cards arranged by state and thereunder by name of petitioner, arranged according to the soundex system. The index refers to the name and location of the court that granted the certificate of naturalization, and to the volume and page number (or…
Added by Chris Dunham on January 8, 2011 at 2:00am —
I am searching for Radolphus B Coose, born in 1838 in Hope, Maine. He is the son of Robert Elwell Coose and second wife, Lydia Mo(w)rey. Lydia died when Radolphus was only two and his father remarried when he was three. In 1850, Radolfas(his name is spelled several different ways, including Rudolphus) is twelve and living with his father and step-mother in Camden, Maine. After this census, Radolphus disappears. I do know he was named after a man named Rudolphus(?)… Continue
Added by Sheri Lynn Dodge on January 6, 2011 at 5:54pm —