The October meeting of the Pejepscot Genealogical Society (PGS) will be held in the Morrell Meeting Room of the Curtis Memorial Library, Brunswick, Maine on Sunday, October 11, 2015 at 2pm.
Our guest speaker will be Brian Bouchard, former president of PGS and current vice president of the Maine Genealogical Society. Mr. Bouchard will discuss the history around those early Brunswick settlers interred in what he calls…
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The History Of The Irish In Portland, Maine…Continue
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The following query was recently posted on the Maine Genealogical Society's Blog: http://mainegenealogical.blogspot.com/
New member, Kim, writes us with the following inquiry....
I am looking for information on Anne Ladner Fuller. I have found her family including her parents and husband buried at the Ladner cemetery in Easton Maine but I cannot seem to find any thing about her death (when and…Continue
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Maine Genealogical Society members are now getting an extra special deal on top of already discounted items. The popular Maine Families in 1790 Series Value Bundle includes 3 volumes from the 10 volume set at more than 50% off their retail price! Volumes 5, 6 and 7 are included in this limited time deal and include more than 1,600 poages of family sketches. The Every Name Index for just these three volumes includes more than 40,000 names!
Retail these books sell for a…Continue
Query from a new Maine Genealogical Society member, Jaci Hall:
Looking for the parents of Simeon Miller born in Hampden, ME 1825, married to Harriet Barrows 1849 and died in Bangor 1900. He is buried in the Lakeview Cemetery in West Hampden amid all the Millers and Barrows to whom I know he is related. Any help greatly appreciated.
To help Jaci: firstname.lastname@example.org
Maine Genealogical Society member Roger Cressey recently sent us this request:
I wish to be in contact with anybody doing the Cressey genealogy.
Daniel was born ? in the Balltown area around 1760 He had a son Daavid B. b. 7 Oct 1801. m. 13 Oct 1824 to a Martha Jane Brazier. He died 13 Jan 1853 Boothbay. He was a powder boy in the war of 1812 Fort Popham.
Please contact me by e-mail…Continue
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Join Maine Genealogical Society members and non-members at the Augusta Civic Center on April 13th for A Workshop on Federal Census Records presented by MGS President, Helen Shaw, CG.
We'll start with an introduction to the census, the different types of federal census records that exist, and the types of information you can find in each one. From there we'll move on to tips and tricks for finding your ancestors in census records, particularly when an index doesn't…Continue
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Do you live in Maine, or want an excuse to visit this great State? How about joining the Maine Genealogical Society for our annual conference in September?
To learn more about the conference, visit the official conference website:
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MOUNT DESERT ISLAND
are proud to present
Friday, October 7, 2011
7:00 PM (doors open at 6:30)
Jesup Memorial Library
34 Mount Desert Street
Bar Harbor, Maine
A donation at the door is requested (no advance reservations).
Dancing at the Mill depicts life on Mount Desert Island from the mid-1700s
through the late 1940s. It begins…
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We have a full day of educational lectures planned - a variety of topics for a variety of interests and experience levels. We start the day with a discussion of some uncommon resources that perhaps haven't been considered. A revisit to some foundational areas is designed to share knowledge and new insights in the are areas of newspaper research, probate research and census research. Have you considered looking at almshouses for you ancestors? Just how do you do that and what might you…Continue
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The May meeting of the Pejepscot Genealogy Society will be held on the second floor of Brunswick's Curtis Memorial Library at 2:00 pm. Hubbard Goodrich of Harpswell will show us how to find hidden genealogy in ledgers.
Hubbard has been doing research on the commerce (exchanges of goods) in Colonial America prior to 1790. Who would think of looking in old ledgers for genealogy…
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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…Continue
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Web 2.0 technologies give even the most apprehensive internet user an opportunity to connect almost instantly with hundreds or thousands of people with similar interests. If you're a regular visitor to the Maine Genealogy Network then you already know about the power of Community Based web sites. Perhaps you are one of the many, many people who have already found a way to dramatically accelerate your genealogy research, and help others kick start their own with the use of Social Networking…Continue
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I've been working on behalf of the Maine Genealogical Society to get the word out about the Fall Conference and realized I haven't seen much (if anything) about it on this site, so I wanted to share with folks who may not know about the conference, or the Society itself.
The Maine Genealogical Society was founded in 1976 "to collect, exchage, preserver, and publish genealogical records, related documents, and information; and to promote and encourage interest and scholarship…Continue
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