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At 7:27pm on March 16, 2013, Christine Curtis GR said…

Hi Jean I found some info for you I just want to make sure this is the same family we are talking about the following is the info

Maine Death and Burials 1841-1910  ................prehaps died in East Machias
Name:     Samuel Bagley
Gender:     Male
Burial Date:     
Burial Place:     
Death Date:     07 Jun 1865
Death Place:     
Age:     87
Birth Date:     1778
Reference ID:     269

1860 census town of East Machias Washinton County dated June 11 1860 page 30 & 31

 Samuel bagley age 66  occupation Lumber Labour
 Sarah                  age 56
Elizabeth              age 23
Samuel                 age 20
Daniel U               age 17
John A                  age 14
James A               age 11
Arthur A               age 5
Winslow               age 1

1870 census East Machias Maine Washington County dated June 2, 1870

      Household     Gender     Age     Birthplace
    Sarah Bagley     F     66y     Maine
    Arthur A Bagley     M     13y     Maine

At 4:57pm on March 16, 2013, Shirley Mae Cook said…

Jean, I have a friend who is a Bagley and has a lot of info into the family. Lets be "Friends" and I will give you her name address etc.  She is from your Samuel and Moses etc

At 6:55pm on March 15, 2013, Marilyn Rea Sargent Hubbell said…

Thankyou for responding to my info.  I was going through some papers and found some info on my Father's family.  My Grandfather, Guy Haskell Sargent was born in Castine ME on Dec 14th 1873.  He was married to Clara Strange Rea Sargent also born in Castine in September 1875.  Guy's parents were William George Sargent born in Sedgwick, Hancock ME Mar 8, 1848.  He was married to Flora A Herrick. I am new at this but would like to work my way back.  According to a paper I found written by my Father's brother many years ago the first Sargent came to this country in 1630 and settle in the Rockport, Gloucester, MA area. His first name was William.  It says in the paper that this William was the first person arrested and jailed for defying the tea tax, the tax that led to the Boston Tea Party.  Also my Uncle stated that a great uncle, Herbert Redmond Sargent was captain of the 5th Maine infantry during the civil war.  The info that my uncle stated that someone in the family gave him the info but there is nothing to back it up.  So I don't know how much is true or just heresay.  I would really appreciate any help you can give me.  Thank you again. Marilyn Sargent Hubbell

At 12:33pm on March 15, 2013, Susan D'Alessandro said…

I haven't been able to find too much on the D'Alessandro line.  My Great Grandfather was Luigi D'Alessandro and he came from Italy to Brooklyn, NY.  As far as I know right now, we don't have any relatives in MA.

At 8:14pm on March 14, 2013, Barbara Foster said…

Hi Jean that a good looking dude you have there. Mind if I ask who that is...

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