Maine & Maritime Canada Genealogy

Researching Downeast Maine and Maritime Canada Families Together

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Lily marie stedman young replied to Karen's discussion Clark's from Carlton County
"Would this clark family be descended from thomas clark who came on the mayflower?  My Susannah clark was married to joshua shaw and they moved from reading to bath."
Jan 11
Lily marie stedman young replied to Lily marie stedman young's discussion Shaw family in maine
"Reply to correct.  He was from bath."
Jan 11
Lily marie stedman young posted a discussion

Shaw family in maine

I am a descendent of joshua clark shaw who was from ba third aND camenities to texas around 1837 or 38.  He came with his wife, lucy parker weston shaw form eastport, their first child and several family members that I will not dwell on right now.  Lucy died in galveston in 1850 and he married my ggggrandmother in 1852 and our family began on my mother's side.  Any information is welcome. See More
Jan 11
Paula Carmichael left a comment for Pam Beveridge
"Hi!  Sorry re great delay, ended up near crippled with arthritis a few years, doing better now on new drug regimen and getting back into geneology.  I hope you are happy and doing well.  Answering your first question:  Some of my…"
Jan 3



Clark's from Carlton County

Started by Karen in Surnames starting with C. Last reply by Lily marie stedman young Jan 11. 1 Reply

Shaw family in maine

Started by Lily marie stedman young in Surnames starting with S. Last reply by Lily marie stedman young Jan 11. 1 Reply

Commemoration of the 200th Anniversary of War of 1812 and Capture of Eastport, Maine

Join us in planning for and celebrating the 200th anniversaries of the War of 1812, the Capture of Eastport, Maine, by a British fleet in 1814, the end of the War in 1815 and the reunification of Eastport and the United States in 1818.

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Maine and the Maritimes

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