Maine & Maritime Canada Genealogy

Researching Downeast Maine and Maritime Canada Families Together

Elaine (Selwood) Inkster
  • Female
  • Eastport, ME
  • United States
Share on Facebook Share on Facebook Share

Elaine (Selwood) Inkster's Groups

 

Elaine (Selwood) Inkster's Page

Latest Activity

Elaine (Selwood) Inkster posted a photo

unknown (Pembroke Me)

unknown, photographer appears to be "Reynolds" of Pembroke, Me. Found in an abandoned home in Pembroke many, many years ago by Roscoe Emery, and given to me by his Daughter, Joyce.
Jan 4, 2015
Elaine (Selwood) Inkster replied to Fred Masterton's discussion Eastport Catholic Cemetery? in the group Eastport, Maine Genealogy
"I've had previous requests for info. on the Catholic Cemetery in Eastport, and the only one I'm familiar with is St. Ann's at Pleasant Point, Perry, though I feel sure that there must have been one in Eastport as well.  Perhaps…"
Jun 23, 2013
Elaine (Selwood) Inkster left a comment for Clinton Foss
"I have this line, going back to Claes Simonse from NY.  The name comes from Holland.  The Outhouses are Dutch, settled in New York (New Amsterdam).  They came from the village Uithuysen, which has been combined with another village…"
May 24, 2012
Elaine (Selwood) Inkster posted photos
Apr 7, 2012
Leasa Garvin commented on Elaine (Selwood) Inkster's blog post Woodworth's Tavern
"Hi Elaine, Welcome to Pam's wicked good forum!"
Mar 27, 2012
Leasa Garvin commented on Elaine (Selwood) Inkster's blog post Woodworth's Tavern
"Did you ask Wayne? He's the one who gave the photo for the poster."
Mar 27, 2012
Elaine (Selwood) Inkster posted a blog post

Woodworth's Tavern

Does anyone know who the Woodworth was who had this 1812 Tavern, which sat near the corner of Middle and Boynton Sts.?   It was at one time  the house of Peavey who donated the land for the library.See More
Mar 8, 2012
Elaine (Selwood) Inkster posted photos
Mar 6, 2012
Elaine (Selwood) Inkster joined Pam Beveridge's group
Mar 6, 2012
Elaine (Selwood) Inkster is attending Pam Beveridge's event

1940 Census to be Released in April 2012 at Online! En Ligne!

April 2, 2012 all day
Latest word is that 1940 census will be released on April 2, 2012, though it may be available on the 1st, a Sunday - no one yet knows for sure. This release will be a bonanza for genealogists and has the special feature of covering the years of World War II, when so many were absent from home for such a long period.Now, if only a time traveler could go back to 1921 and prevent the fire that destroyed most of the 1890 census...See More
Mar 6, 2012
Pam Beveridge left a comment for Elaine (Selwood) Inkster
"Try any names or locations in the search box at upper right.  I know there is information on here on Brewster.  I just searched Woodworth and got…"
Mar 6, 2012
Elaine (Selwood) Inkster left a comment for Pam Beveridge
"Researching the following names in the Maine/Maritime area... Selwood (or Sellwood), Cederwall, Brewster, Woodworth, and many more...:)"
Mar 6, 2012
Pam Beveridge left a comment for Elaine (Selwood) Inkster
"Wecome!  What surnames/locales are you researching?  "
Mar 6, 2012
Elaine (Selwood) Inkster is now a member of Maine & Maritime Canada Genealogy
Mar 6, 2012

Elaine (Selwood) Inkster's Photos

Loading…
  • Add Photos
  • View All

Elaine (Selwood) Inkster's Blog

Woodworth's Tavern

Posted on March 8, 2012 at 11:12pm 2 Comments

Does anyone know who the Woodworth was who had this 1812 Tavern, which sat near the corner of Middle and Boynton Sts.?   It was at one time  the house of Peavey who donated the land for the library.

Comment Wall (2 comments)

You need to be a member of Maine & Maritime Canada Genealogy to add comments!

Join Maine & Maritime Canada Genealogy

At 8:33pm on March 6, 2012, Pam Beveridge said…

Try any names or locations in the search box at upper right.  I know there is information on here on Brewster.  I just searched Woodworth and got this: http://downeastmainegenealogy.ning.com/page/babcock-harold-snow-md-born?commentId=4626734%3AComment%3A11459  Hope it's your line.

At 2:26pm on March 6, 2012, Pam Beveridge said…

Wecome!  What surnames/locales are you researching?  

 
 
 

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!

Rare and Antiquarian 125x125

 

Find textbooks at Alibris!

Heirlooms Reunited by Heirlooms Reunited is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
Based on a work atheirloomsreunited.blogspot.com.
Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available atheirloomsreunited.blogspot.com

© 2017   Created by Pam Beveridge.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service