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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Taylor Worthington Gilchrist posted a discussion

Researching My Faminly

Am trying to find my 4th GGrandfather Henry Fritz, borth 1793 Germany.  His parents and siblings  are unknown. Died about 1850 in Maine unable to find Grave.Any information will be appreciated.Taylor Fritz Worthington-GilchristSee More
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Taylor Worthington Gilchrist posted a blog post

Looking for 4th GGrandfather Henry Fritz

Born Germany 1793, parents unknown, siblings unknown. married Mary Polly Clark (Gordon).  Lived Steuben, Maine.  Died around 1850 unable to find grave.Found his children.Please help me.  Taylor Fritz WorthingtonSee More
13 hours ago
Jim Russell left a comment for James Paxton
"Have you found New Brunswick Genealogical Society? They are very helpful on early settlers. We just got back from Italy, which is why I couldn't furnish some info. Arnie Krause also furnished info on the Grantees of New Brunswick. This was in a…"
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Researching My Faminly

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In search of M Cook

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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

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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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