March 2011 Blog Posts (9)

Russell's Canada/Maine

I am looking for information on the Russell Family of Linnaeus, New Limerick Maine. My great grandfather Harvey E. Russell was born in Canada, probably near Miramachi, New Brunswick Canada. He is listed on the Maine census for 1910, 20 he immigrated with his father and mother. He had 1 sister Ella, 3 brothers James, David and Fredrick we know little else and have tried finding them on the canada census with little luck? can't figure out… Continue

Added by Deborah M. Stover-Arsenault on March 27, 2011 at 2:51pm — 8 Comments

Harvey genealogy in Freeport and North Yarmouth

I am looking for the parents of Abner Harvey b. about 1775 in Freeport and m. Mary Polly West on Sep. 24, 1799 in Freeport and is in the 1800 Freeport census.  He died between 1807 and 1810.  I have found eight other Harvey's in Freeport that could be Abner's brothers and sisters.  


David Harvey b. about 1751 was in the 1790, 1800, 1810 and 1820 census in Freeport. He m. Mercy Chandler on Oct 28,1773 and m. Sarah Reed on Dec 10, 1782.  I have been unable to link David with…


Added by David Dinsmore on March 21, 2011 at 12:00pm — 3 Comments

Horace & Tryphosa C Morse Aroostook,Sherman.

Horace & Tryphosa Morse


Looking for info on Tryphosa.Horace moved to MN in 1872 with son's Charles and James. He is Widowed

He shows in the 1860 census in Sherman, as "Harris Moss" with the to sons and Tryphosa.

He was in the 1st Maine Heavy Art co.A

I would like any info on her and this family.I know very little on her.


Added by James J Morse Jr on March 20, 2011 at 3:22am — 6 Comments

Join the Maine Genealogical Society in Winslow, April 23 for our annual Spring Workshop

John Philip Colletta, one of America's most sought after genealogical lecturers will bring his extensive knowledge of federal records research to Maine on April 23, 2011 as we get together for the Maine Genealogical Society's annual spring workshop. Join us in Winslow as we learn about researching your family history through passenger arrival records, federal court records, naturalizations and more.


For more information about this annual 1 day topic specific workshop visit…


Added by Brian Bouchard on March 19, 2011 at 11:55am — No Comments


I have been jumping around the net searching for information. I found a wall that wont break down.

Added by Sue Ann Schilling on March 17, 2011 at 7:31am — No Comments

Cemetery location for George & Betsey Greenleaf

I'm looking for the burial location for George & Betsey Greenleaf

George Washington Greenleaf (Dec.-20-1814 - Aug.-11-1896) Death Edgecomb

Death record for George shows burial in the Congregational Cemetery in Edgecomb.Their are no records for a Congregational Cemetery in Edgecomb per the Edgecomb Town Hall and Edgecomb Historical Society. MOCA also has no records listed for a Congregational Cemetery in Edgecomb

Betsey (Madden) Greenleaf (Mar.-17-1822 - Apr.-1-1911)…


Added by Eric Madden on March 13, 2011 at 11:59pm — 2 Comments

hi looking for parents of henry and timothy and james

if anyone can  tell me if they r brothers

Added by kevin wayne miller on March 12, 2011 at 1:46pm — No Comments

Connecting Joel Doore of Atkinson, ME to James Dore of Athens, ME

Due to a lack of written records, the parents of my known ancestor, Joel Doore, who moved to the Dover-Foxcroft area in 1811, have not been positively established.

Laura Mabel Doore Warren (“Aunt Lottie” 1865 – 1966 – great granddaughter of Joel Doore) provided a record of the family of Joel Doore, a handwritten manuscript (circa 1938) in the files of the Thompson Free Library in Dover-Foxcroft, Maine.

Aunt Lottie relates the Doore family…


Added by James H. Doore on March 9, 2011 at 1:03am — 7 Comments

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Added by Brian Bouchard on March 3, 2011 at 7:59am — No Comments

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