Maine & Maritime Canada Genealogy

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Antone Family of Pembroke, Maine

This family has been hard to trace online because of conflicting information. I believe the original Antone, whose name may have been a variation of Anthony, was born in Portugal and was a fisherman or sea captain.

 

His son, possibly named John D. Belbarb Antone, married a Jane Denbow from Lubec. I don't know if Denbow was her maiden name.

If you have any corrections, additions or insights regarding the information presented in the family tree below, please leave a comment in the comments box or contact Todd House directly. Thanks!

 

Please notice at the bottom of the page a 1917 postcard showing Fort Devens, Ayer, Massachusetts, sent by F. C. D. to  Phil Antone.

 

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