Researching Downeast Maine and Maritime Canada Families Together
Surnames starting with J:
Jameson, Alma Amanda, born 1876 in Carleton County, New Brunswick; m. John Franklin Bolster, born 1869 at Upper Wicklow, New Brunswick
Jameson, Alvah of Topsham, Maine; Captain in the Topsham and Brunswick Rifle Company - 1837 document
Jameson, Annie W., born at Wilton, New Brunswick, in 1880; m. John A. Cumming of Ontario
Jameson, Charles Davis, born 1827 at Gorham, Maine; lived at Old Town, Maine; Civil War Brigadier General; died of camp fever in 1862 - his 1861 letter
Jarvis, Leonard Fitz-Edward, born 1819 at Surry, Maine; 1847 letter to him from George Hathaway at Addison Point, Maine
Jellison, Beth M; Tenants Harbor Maine; her 1905 graduation photo from Eastern State Normal School (includes Wallace Family, Machias & Milbridge)
Jellison, Frank N., lighthouse keeper at Tenants Harbor, Maine
Jellison, William Albert, b abt 1844 Maine; mentioned in Walt Whitman's journal and National Park Service article about soldier graffiti left at Aquia Church; contains photographs of William, his graffiti and an 1897 photo of the scar from his shell would at Rappahannock Station, in support of his pension claim.
Jerrard, Sarah Gage, b Plymouth, 1832; m. Albert Crosby of Albion, Maine; noted woman's suffrage advocate; see her 1870s autograph album
Jewers, William L. and Isabel (Mitchell) of Nova Scotia and Eastport, Maine
Johnson, George Crockett, b. 1832 at Portland, Maine; first chief engineer of Steamer Bay State - his photograph
Johnson, Peter of First Maine Heavy Artillery, his probably fatal encounter with a white shark
Johonnett, Aubrey H., born 1896 at Atkinson, Maine, where his father was pastoring; family from Palmyra, Maine; see 1905 postcard to Aubrey; shows Academy Street, Hartland, Maine
Jones Family of Milo, Maine - several photographs of the family of George A. Jones (born about 1853 at Pugwash, Nova Scotia) and Rachel (Lawrence) Jones, including daughters Jane Amanda Jones and Martha E. (Jones) Prescott and Martha's children
Jones, Emery (1827-1908), Freeport, Maine, figurehead carver - photograph of him in middle age
Jones, Ethel L. or Ethelyn, born about 1862 at Pugwash, Nova Scotia; married Elmer A. Brown and lived at Farmington, Maine; see a snapshot of "Aunt Ethel"
Jones, Jacob Fosterof Gouldsboro, Maine - his signature as Selectman on a document attesting to the character of Walter Sargent of Gouldsboro, an Act'g Master in the U.S. Navy
Jones, Mary B., or Mary Bunker - gem tintype, possibly the Mary of Eden, Maine; Rockland, Maine; and Castine, Maine
Jones, Oliver M. of Franklin County, Maine - 1872 letter while he was a student at Canton Point, Maine, to his mother and sister, then at Boston - they were at DIxfield, Maine and Canton, Maine in 1870.
Jones, Richmond, Jr. of Turner, Maine, and Walcott, Minnesota - letter from him and his 2nd wife Rhoda Hannah (Beeman) Jones at Walcott to Richmond's brother Asa Bradford Jones at Turner, Maine. That link has links to three other letters - from about 1856 to 1871
Jordan, Harriet Bliss of Thomaston, Maine; student at North Yarmouth Academy at North Yarmouth, Maine - her 1846-1847 autograph album
Jordan, Lydia E. Jordan, photos as a girl, by a Belfast, Maine, studio and a Portland, Maine, studio
Jordan, Octavia Masters, born 1850 at Bath, Maine - her 1869-1872 autograph album kept while at Thomaston, Maine, and aboard the bark Martha A. O'Neil
Jose, Laura A., b 1876 at Newport, Maine; m. Frank D. Fenderson
Jose, Theo L., (photos) b 1869 Newport, Maine; m. George M. Barrows; their son Lewis Orin Barrows was a Maine Governor (
Jose, Wallace Hight, b 1872 at Newport, Maine; m. Grace Dexter Manning
Joy, E. C. - 1902 letter from Gene, the cook at the E. C. Joy logging camp at Lily Bay, Moosehead Lake, near Greenville, Maine.
Joy, Elizabeth (Nason), born 1808 at Limington, Maine; m. Hiram Joy; Elizabeth's sad 1871 letter
Jumper, Anne Susan (1824-1881) of Minot, Maine - her diaries