Pamela Tash
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Murders at Montville - Mountain Town

Mountain TownMurders at Montville Montville (Mountain Town), Maine, was first settled in 1780 and then incorporated on February 18, 1807, from an area once known as Davistown Plantation. It is a diamond-shaped rural township of approximately 43 square miles, in what is now Waldo County.  Located approximately 15 miles west of Penobscot Bay, it lies in the shadow of the Frye Mountain State Game Management Area, which occupies the northeast corner, bordering the town of Knox.  But what happened…See More
Jan 9
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Introduction to “Murders at Montville”

Introduction to “Murders at Montville” "Murders at Montville" is the product and culmination of the genealogical research done for the descendants of Mildred E. Whiting. When tracing her ancestry, it was discovered that, when Mildred was 18 years old, she had an illegitimate child, fathered by a married man. That child, born in Holden, Massachusetts, was unwanted and abandoned, brought to Maine, adopted in Albion and renamed. She married a man from Waterville, Maine, whose lineage was also…See More
Dec 20, 2018
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Forensic Genealogy

          Forensic Genealogy is presently recognized by the FBI as an extremely valuable tool for solving decades old crimes and also in identifying previously unknown victims. John Doe or Jane Doe.           Forensics and Genealogy have combined, to provide a powerful and unstoppable force in solving the previously unsolvable. By applying Forensic examination techniques to Genealogy, researchers opened up a myriad of avenues showing them some totally different perspectives.           DNA has…See More
Nov 5, 2018
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Mary Isabelle “Belle” (Sedgley) Steward Hunt 1853-1944

Mary Isabelle “Belle” (Sedgley) Steward Hunt 1853-1944 Sedgley PedigreeRobert Sedgley 1815-1885 & Sarah Leavitt 1833-1891Robert Sedgley & Mercy Hatch            She was born Mary E. Sedgley[1], in Georgetown, Maine, the oldest child of Robert Sedgley[2] and his second wife, Sarah Leavitt[3], who were probably married in 1853 and had four children.           Robert Sedgley was…See More
Oct 31, 2018
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William Henry Smart 1846-1927

William Henry Smart 1846-1927 Smart PedigreeEliphalet Loton Smart 1803-1873 and Susan Robbins 1804-1881Eliphalet Smart 1770-1812 and Sally Bailey 1771-Robert Smart 1741-1818 and Sarah Norris 1741-1841Joseph Smart 1700-1754 and Mary Marston 1710-1754Robert Smart Jr. 1646-1718 and Eleanor “Elnel” Pratley 1646-1699Robert Smart 1620-1703 and Ann?John Smart 1590-1650 and Margaret Scudder 1590-1650 Robbins PedigreeSusan Robbins 1804-1881 and Eliphalet Loton Smart 1803-1873Reverend Daniel Robbins Jr.…See More
Sep 11, 2018
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Lorenzo F. Mace 1855-1886

Lorenzo F. Mace 1855-1886            Lorenzo F. Mace[1] was born in Sangerville, Maine, the son of Joseph Mace[2] and Sophia Ann Page[3], who were married there on February 7, 1847 and had five other children: Joseph Elvin Mace[4], Louisa A. Mace[5], Charles H. Mace[6], Nellie…See More
Aug 27, 2018
Pamela Tash replied to Cynthia Marston Bolivar's discussion 'Thaddeus Marston b1872 - who are his parents?'
"From familysearch.org Josephine Marston mentioned in the record of Ernest C. Ripley Name Josephine Marston birth_place Machias, maine gender Female Husband James H. Ripley Son Ernest C. Ripley Other information in the record of Ernest C.…"
Aug 24, 2018
Pamela Tash replied to Muriel Cushing's discussion 'Simeon Holmes m. Mercy Weston'
"I am confused, who are you looking for? Simeon Weston, Simeon Holmes or Simeon Weston Holmes? And Mary Weston too?"
Aug 22, 2018
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Wilfred Martin Savoy 1921-1991

Wilfred Martin Savoy 1921-1991 Savoy PedigreeMartin S. Savoy 1895-1989 and Mazy Evelyn Pinkham 1902-1940+Gustavus Savoie 1865-1916+ and Ellen Mary Hall 1873-1945Edmond Aimé Savoie 1832-1917 and Rosalie Basque 1831-1920Jean Savoie 1808-1882 and Monique Comeau 1810-1887Jean-Magloire Savoie 1782-1870 and Esther Breau 1790-1870Firmin J. Savoie 1750-1806 and Marie-Rose BastaracheJean-Baptiste Savoie 1712- and Marguerite Blanchard 1719-Germain Savoie 1682- and Genevieve Babineau 1693-Germain Savoie…See More
Aug 15, 2018
Pamela Tash replied to Dawn Padilla's discussion 'Malaga Island'
"Lots of stuff out…"
Aug 8, 2018
Pamela Tash replied to Gloria Shields's discussion 'Shields Family'
"Look here for your…"
Aug 6, 2018
Pamela Tash commented on Gloria Shields's blog post 'Shields family from Aroostook County'
"Look here for your…"
Aug 2, 2018
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Aug 1, 2018
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Olie E. (Whiting) Lovejoy 1864-1912

Olie E. Whiting 1864-1912 Whiting PedigreeEphraim Whiting 1839-1910 and Francina Ann Spearin 1836-1883Leonard Whiting 1808-1880+ and Hannah Dyer 1807-1849John Whiting 1759-1846 and Margaret Fairbrother 1782-1859John Whiting 1727-1776 and Lucy Farmer 1736-1768Cornet John Whiting 1699-1775 and Sarah Hunt 1709-1745Esquire Oliver Whiting 1665-1736 and Anna Danforth 1667-1737Reverend Samuel Whiting II 1633-1713 and Dorothy Chester 1637-1713Reverend Samuel Whiting 1597-1679 and Elizabeth St. John…See More
Jul 25, 2018

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What Maine surnames are you researching?
Whiting, Hunt, Safford, Vose, Rowell
What locations in Maine are you researching?
Garland, Harmony, Kingsbury, Athens, Dover-Foxcroft, Montville, Thomaston, Belfast, Warren
If you have a website, what is the URL?
http://www.facebook.com/The-Whiting-Women-224276287990961/

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Samuel Dunbar 1800-1853

Murders at Montville - Chapter 1

Samuel Dunbar 1800-1853

 

Dunbar Pedigree

Henry Dunbar 1778-1805 & Sarah Bridges 1779-1864

Daniel Dunbar 1748-1824 & Abigail Kingman 1749-1830

Samuel Dunbar 1704-1786 & Mary Hayward 1704-1793

Peter Dunbar 1668-1719 & Sarah Thaxter 1668-1725+

Robert Dunbar 1630-1693 & Rose 1637-1700

 

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Posted on January 21, 2019 at 1:04pm

Murders at Montville Table of Contents

Murders at Montville Table of Contents

Chapter 1 - Samuel Dunbar 1800-1853

Chapter 2 - Henry Kingman Dunbar 1824-1861

Chapter 3 - George Wilson Rowell 1836-1879

Chapter 4 - Edwin Lewis Vose 1827-1879

Chapter 5 - Hellen Maria Rowell 1844-1894

Chapter 6 - Marcus Aurelius Vose 1841-1895

Chapter 7 – Edward L.…

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Posted on January 21, 2019 at 12:54pm

Murders at Montville - Mountain Town

Mountain Town

Murders at Montville

 

Montville (Mountain Town), Maine, was first settled in 1780 and then incorporated on February 18, 1807, from an area once known as Davistown Plantation. It is a diamond-shaped rural township of approximately 43 square miles, in what is now Waldo County. 

 

Located approximately 15 miles west of Penobscot Bay, it lies in the shadow of the Frye Mountain State Game…

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Posted on January 9, 2019 at 8:14am

Introduction to “Murders at Montville”

Introduction to “Murders at Montville”

 

"Murders at Montville" is the product and culmination of the genealogical research done for the descendants of Mildred E. Whiting. When tracing her ancestry, it was discovered that, when Mildred was 18 years old, she had an illegitimate child, fathered by a married man.

 

That child, born in Holden, Massachusetts, was unwanted and abandoned, brought to Maine, adopted in Albion and renamed. She married a man…

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Posted on December 20, 2018 at 6:13am

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