Maine & Maritime Canada Genealogy

Researching Downeast Maine and Maritime Canada Families Together

So many interesting directions/intersections: Native, Acadian, British, Loyalist, Hessian & more!

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Pam Beveridge posted a status
"5 pix Charbneau family, incl #miniatures expert Jules Louis Charbneau & daughters #genealogy http://goo.gl/zmTFu5"
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Jim Russell posted a status
"Got a message from an Andi Miner of Eastport that looks like a phishing scam."
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Pam Beveridge posted a status
"c1880 2 pix Eliza Ann (Stevens) Norman Jolley, New Jersey & dau Hannah (Norman) Tucker #genealogy http://goo.gl/nxiqlp"
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James Valentino commented on Pam Beveridge's page Jonathan Delesdernier Weston, b. 1782 at Reading, Massachusetts; m. Jane Nelson; lived at Eastport, Maine
"interestingly, don't know how deep they are buried. When city was raised, u had to dig up your loved ones, cause the headstones were set aside area raised and then reset. If u didnt they kept you at same level."
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Taconnett Falls Genealogy Library

 

Taconnett Falls Genealogy Library

Nonprofit Organization

10 Lithgow St, Winslow, Maine

taconnettfalls@yahoo.com

Open Wed & Sat 1-4PM

Winter: Sat 1-4PM only

Monthly meeting: 3rd Sunday of Month 1-4PM

Maine, New England, the Maritimes, USA, Canada, the World; special collection of French lines in North America
Your $10 annual membership will help preserve this unique repository of genealogical resources, including many manuscript items found nowhere else.

Genealogical donations gratefully received.

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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.
 

Maine and the Maritimes

See an interactive map here

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Visit the blog Heirlooms Reunited, which features orphan heirlooms, many of them from New England and the Maritimes

Find Your Family's Orphan Heirlooms

Use the keywords option in Advanced Search to search for surnames/locales listed by private sellers on these online sites. 

Case in point, I found my great grandmother Watt's Bible online!

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Find textbooks at Alibris!

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