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John L. White, Sr
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White Family of Maine

Started Dec 29, 2012 0 Replies

I am presently researching my family geneaology and history; at present I am looking for the relationship between George White (a community leader and Revolutionary war figure)of Vinalhaven and the…Continue


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At 9:27am on August 7, 2013, Pam Beveridge said…

Interesting, and frustrating, about the records that were destroyed during conflicts.  If you would like to add to that, or if there is a website that details it, I could make a new page or put links on the Locales and Ancestral Lines pages.  Thanks!

At 7:38am on August 4, 2013, Pam Beveridge said…

Thought you might like to see this post I did on an autograph album that has pages written by Mr. and Mrs.Theodore Beverage of North Haven.

At 4:36pm on August 3, 2013, Pam Beveridge said…

Interesting...  I never knew if the midcoast Maine family was Beveridge or Beverage as I've seen it both ways.

My kids' ancestor, Adam James Beveridge, came to northern New Brunswick sometime before 1848 with his half-brother, the more famous Benjamin, who figured into the Aroostook War.  Adam's parents were William and Amelia Beveridge, as far as I know, and Adam's birthplace I've seen as Kinrosshire, Scotland, but I don't have anything written in stone, as I haven't given my own family's genealogy the attention it deserves.  Since Adam was born in 1826, he wasn't a contemporary of your James, but there might have been a relationship.  Will try to take a look later.  A long time ago I connected somehow, maybe through eBay, with a Beveridge who worked for Riggs Bank in Washington DC., but we only remarked on the surname.  I wish I still had his contact as he may have had more information on the family.


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