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USGenWeb Archives: Oxford Co, Maine Table of Contents
From Sprague's Journal of Maine History Vol. IV June, 1916 No. I pages 29 ... of volunteers who either have electronically formatted files on census records, ...

Kennebec Co, Maine Archives Table of Contents
Burton Bible Record of Clinton, Maine (poorly ... Sprague's Journal of Maine History Volume 9, July, August, September, 1921; No. 3 page 132-134:

MEGenWeb Project ~ a proud part of the USGenWeb Project
History : Newsletter of the ... Maine: Chapter One; Chapter Two; Chapter Three; Chapter Four; ... donating their time by transcribing public domain records or other non-copyrighted primary sources.

MEGenWeb Project ~ a proud part of the USGenWeb Project
History: Relating to the Aroostook Military Road; Making History in The Maine Woods - Culture for the Lumberjack; Projects in Local History in the Aroostook State ...

Somerset County, Maine Table of Contents - USGenWeb Archives ...
Vol 2 #1 May 1914. SPRAGUE'S JOURNAL OF MAINE HISTORY: Courtesy of Androscoggin Historical Society: New Portland: ... Vital records form the Machias Union :

Fort Fairfield Public Library
state, donated his personal library to it. The Drew Room, where the genealogy records, town reports dating back to the late 1800s, the Fort Fairfield Review   Read More...

Thomas Westbrook
Westbrook (1675-1743/1744) was a senior New England militia officer in Maine during Father Rale's War. In addition to this senior militia role he was   Read More...

Marshall Kirk
strategy for the LGBT movement in the 1990s. Marshall was born in Norway, Maine, the third child of Roger Marchant and Kathleen Marie (Murphy) Kirk, and   Read More...

Charles Chauncey Burr
(1817–1883) was an American journalist, author, and publisher. A native of Maine, he became an intimate friend of Edgar Allan Poe and his family, and published   Read More...

Isaac D. Seyburn
resigned his commission in 1864 due to war injuries and initially settled in Maine. He later moved to Louisiana, where he operated a sugar plantation. Isaac   Read More...

Gerald Warner Brace
Island, Suffolk County, New York, and died on July 20, 1978 at Blue Hill, Maine. He was a son of Charles Loring Brace, Jr., an 1874 graduate of Phillips   Read More...

Mark and Emily Turner Memorial Library
existing genealogical records. In addition to the library's resources, the library is affiliated with groups and societies including the "Maine Genealogical   Read More...

List of Latin phrases (D)
taking of chattels). decessit sine prole died without issue Used in genealogical records, often in the abbreviated form dsp, to indicate a person who died   Read More...

Sherman Leland
subsequently the 34th U.S. Infantry, at Eastport, Maine. Leland, Sherman: "The Leland Magazine, Or, a Genealogical Record of Henry Leland, and His Descendants, Containing   Read More...

nature into this generic literature which is also evident in the Books of Uí Máine, Lecan and Ballymore. As Seán Mór held the distinction of ollamh or professor   Read More...

What is the history of Ellsworth, Maine? | Answerbag
What is the history of Ellsworth, Maine? *According to the history of the Passamaquoddy Indians, the Ellsworth area was originally inhabited by members of the ...

What is the history of Oakland, Maine? | Answerbag
What is the history of Oakland, Maine? Oakland was first settled by colonists of EnglandEnglish descent who came from Massachusetts and New Hampshire in the latter ...

What is the history of Phippsburg, Maine? | Answerbag
What is the history of Phippsburg, Maine? Following the abandoning of the Popham Colony in 1608, European settlement of the area around the mouth of the Kennebec ...

What is the history of Scarborough, Maine? | Answerbag
What is the history of Scarborough, Maine? Early in the 17th century, John Stratton opened a trading post on Stratton Island, just offshore. Soon after the ...

What is the history of Wiscasset (town), Maine? | Answerbag
What is the history of Wiscasset (town), Maine? In 1605, Samuel de Champlain is said to have landed here and exchanged gifts with the Indigenous peoples of the ...

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Maine Genealogy Archives: Marriage Records
In Maine: Baptisms and Marriages Performed by Rev. John Morehead, 1732-1764 · Marriages of Maine Residents by Rev. Samuel Perley, 1767-1775 · Alfred Marriages, 1795-1883 · Abstracted Vital Records of Amity · Marriages in Bangor, ...

Maine Genealogy Archives: Marriage Records of Rev ...
Rev. Jonathan Scott was installed July 27, 1796, as pastor in Poland, and after briefly losing his pulpit was reinstalled as pastor of the First Church of Minot, Nov. 12, 1806. Previously he had filled the pulpit at Jebogue, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia.

Finding local genealogy records of Maine ancestors
English fishermen settled the coast of Maine before the Pilgrims landed near Plymouth Rock. And long before Maine separated from Massachusetts in 1820, town clerks in what became Maine were keeping records of town ...

Maine Genealogy Archives: Marriage Records of the ...
Source: New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 74 (Oct. 1920). Members and Baptism Records. [p. 248]. Marriages recorded by the Rev. Mr. John Morse, first pastor of Church in Berwick, Me. May 1, 1755 Benjamin Barrows ...