Maine & Maritime Canada Genealogy

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Surnames Starting with I

Surnames starting with I

Ilsley, Parker - Notice in the Christian Mirror, of May 16, 1839 - "In Eastport [Maine] Parker Ilsley at age 70

Ingalls, Hannibal, born at Bridgton, Maine; noted citizen of Mercer, Maine - 1847 letter from Hannibal to Atty. James Holland at Canton, Maine

Irish, Georgianna "Georgie" (pix), b. 1850, Woodstock, Maine; m. William Stephens Davis (pix), b. 1847, Woodstock, Maine


Isham, Dr. George Snow, b. 1859 Chicago, Illinois; m. Katherine Porter, b. 1866 New York; daughter of Henry Homes Porter, midwest railroad magnate born in Machias, Maine.  The Ishams built a 72 room mansion in Chicago that later became the Playboy Mansion.








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Comment by Peggy Bouchard on October 10, 2011 at 7:58am
Ivey,Sampson b. 1806 in England,married Jane Stokes b. abt 1823 in New Brunswick,Canada,they lived in Eel River,Debec,;Calton Co.New Brunswick,High River Alberta,and in McKensie Corner,York County,Religion Church of England and Episcopalian.They had 10-12 children all boys.Looking for place of burial.Ivey corner in N.B. named for Sampson and brother George Ivey.
Comment by Jana Phariss on June 14, 2010 at 12:05pm
The grandfathers name is Charles Ingraham but I have seen it listed as Ingram in Census. His wife was Mary Ann Rice or Mary Rice.
Comment by Jana Phariss on June 14, 2010 at 12:03pm
One of the great + grandfathers born in 1816 in Cape Breton. He married Mary Ann Rice or Ann Rice who was born in Nova Scotia about the same time. One of their daughters married my great great grandfather Conrad Stock in Ontario. Her name was Ann and she was born in Nova Scotia but after a time her parents moved to Ontario in the eaststanhope area.

Jana Phariss
Comment by Pam Beveridge on May 26, 2010 at 6:19am
I've run across that surname in recent research of another line; just can't put my finger on it. Can you give me some more info - maybe it will spark something.
Comment by Jana Phariss on May 25, 2010 at 10:13pm

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