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McFarlands of Maine (and Grand Manan)

Extensive info on McFarlands and related lines (Brunswick, Maine, some of Boothbay etc) BUT NOT the McFArlands of Bluehill, this is a diffe…

Started by Earl MacFarland

0 Aug 20, 2014

Coffin/Clark Lincoln, Maine

I have seen a file on this site discussing Freeman Coffin of Lincoln, Penobscot, Maine b. 1836, son of Walter Coffin and Nancy Wiggin Clark…

Started by Diane Stefane

0 Jun 29, 2012

Crook's pathetic story

In Perry, Maine, on the boundary with Pembroke on Route 1, is a road called 'Little Egypt'.  In the 1800's this area was called 'Egypt'.  I…

Started by Frederick Gralenski

0 Jun 7, 2012

Witham's of Maine; John B. Witham & Ann P. Akers early 1800's-Massachusetts

I have a John B. Witham married to Ann P. Akers In 1836 in Portland, Cumberland, Maine. Family moved to Chelsea, MA by 1850  Their children…

Started by Renee Marie Boudreau

0 Feb 3, 2012


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