Anyone able to help me out with this?From a lookup in : Vital Records from Maine Newspapers 1785 - 1820 by David C. Young and Elizabeth Keene Young.A posting on the MGS page on facebook advised me: …Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Barbara Foster Apr 22, 2013.
my 6th Great Grandfather. He fought in many major battles of the 7 year [French & Indian] War as a very young man and got promoted to Lieutenant [he was living in Danvers, MA]. He then moved to…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Laurie Davis Jun 13, 2011.
I am happy to say that there will be a big family gathering in Maine this fall! Everyone who can will be heading to the family homestead and I hope to meet many cousins who I do not know. Between now and then I will be polishing up my genealogy work and hopefully filling in a few blanks, solving a mystery or two. Of course a few extra days added on to the trek to do some research!
Posted on March 10, 2012 at 11:30am
not at all related to Maine but I needed to share...
I have a big tree on Ancestry, pay the fee and am working on several branches that go back to Ireland. My paternal grandmother married a nice "maine boy" but really had no family of her own as various disease made her an…Continue
Posted on January 22, 2012 at 7:00am
Israel Davis and his sons Charles, Israel, Jr and John Dresser all have had their service accepted and verified by the DAR - my Cousin officially admitted earlier this month. Now it will be my turn...
I guess my next adventure will be to find a line on my mother's side - although I figure I will find some loyalists there, perhaps. They originated in the CT area…Continue
Posted on December 31, 2011 at 7:30am — 6 Comments
I received the email today from my first cousin - her application to the DAR via our 6th Great Grandfather Israel Davis has been verified and accepted!
The bulk of our family genealogy work was done by my father [her uncle] and I filled in some blanks, got the records and…Continue
Posted on November 10, 2011 at 6:08pm — 1 Comment