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Clark's from Carlton County

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lily marie stedman young Jan 11, 2017. 1 Reply

I'm looking for information on the Clark's from Carlton County.My Clark's are Moses Clark & Nancy Jane (Haley) ClarkNancy and Moses were some of the first settlers of what became Clarkville.They…Continue

MacDonald married to a McCarty(McCarthy)

Started Feb 26, 2012 0 Replies

Hello I trying to find information on Marsha Velma and Janet Nancy MacDonald their parents would be George Wellington MacDonald and Elizabeth J. Clark.I believe she married to any unknown McCarty…Continue

Thomas Haley and family from Topsfield Maine

Started Feb 15, 2012 0 Replies

I've been working for many years now on my Haley line. The earliest I can find Thomas and family is in 1835 living in what would become Topsfield Maine. Thomas's first wife was Elizabeth A. (sorry no…Continue


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At 5:18pm on December 30, 2010, Leasa Garvin said…
Good job reuniting the bible to Lorraine!
At 10:49pm on December 19, 2010, Lorraine Russell Jurado said…

Karen, I had a kind person nudge me in this direction from I have a Wendell L Brown, B 10 Oct 1907, Princeton, Me,. His dad was Percy Winthrop Brown, and his dad was Orrington Cutts or Cuttle Brown who was my Mother's grandfather. Allison Brown Russell, her dad was Bernal (Burnell) Brown. Bernal married Grace Mercier from GLS.  I would love to have this bible if possible! My e mail is  Thanks for your help!!

At 10:32am on February 5, 2010, Leasa Garvin said…
Hi Karen and welcome to the site. Looks like you may have luck making some connections.
At 6:43am on February 5, 2010, Cory (Wilson) Critchley said…
There's a Thomas Haley in the 1870 and 1880 census in Topsfield. If you don't have that info let me know and I will post it here for you.
At 9:49pm on February 3, 2010, Pam Beveridge said…
Welcome - hope we can all help each other in our family research!

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