Added by Chris Dunham on April 30, 2010 at 5:08pm — No Comments
Samuel Winslow is listed on the 1800 federal census next to my ancestor Abraham Winslow. I am hoping that he might be Abraham's
father, or perhaps a brother. They were living in Freeport.
Abraham was killed by a falling tree in 1806 at age 43. Is there some way to discover the…Continue
Added by Elizabeth Irwin Kane on April 29, 2010 at 4:00pm — No Comments
My 95-year-old Aunt Alice Lunney Gregory of Westfield, Maine told me about a new book she'd read titled "Egypt Road: A Memoir of a Farm Boy" by Ron Laing. It's a memoir about life in Westfield during the 1930's, 40's and 50's. According to Aunt Alice, her baby brother, my Dad, Boyd Lunney and his youthful pranks are featured prominently the book. I asked Dad about it...He denies "any and all youthful pranks...Hah! Hah!"…
[p. 80]ContinuePARIS AND WOODSTOCK, OR NORTH PARIS BAPTIST CHURCH.
THIS church is not a pioneer in the adoption and dissemination of Baptist sentiments in this vicinity;…
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[p. 77]ContinueHARRISON BAPTIST CHURCH.
THE Harrison Baptist Church was organized March 26, 1827, at the house of Samuel Scribner. Ebenezer Bisbee was ordained deacon, and…
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