Finally got back into the site and saw your note. I research for the Soules but no I wasn't asking about them. Info always welcome tho., My ggggrandmother Sarah Patterson b. 1811 Mass. m. Morey Tucker. 04 May 1832 in…"
"What the name of the Lubec ggggrandmother? Soule? There might be someone on here related to her. Try the search box at the upper right of a page to see if anything comes up on a surname you're seeking. There are also a lot of…"
"I was interested in your site Downeast Maine particularly as I'm a Maine native but my mother was from Edmonton, Alberta. I do research for the Soule Kindred and will be interested if there are more connections in Canada. …"
What the name of the Lubec ggggrandmother? Soule? There might be someone on here related to her. Try the search box at the upper right of a page to see if anything comes up on a surname you're seeking. There are also a lot of photos of Lubec. Believe it or not, one of the other people on here and I drove my funny looking Scion XB in the Lubec Bicentennial parade in July. It had a fabricated birthday cake on the hood, which made driving a bit touchy, but it wasn't stable on the roof because of the wind. We threw out candy and had a blast! Some people walked in period dress, and we felt bad for them because Lubec, like Eastport, is a very hilly town! Next year Lubec celebrates the 50th anniversary of the International Bridge to Campobello (and to Roosevelt Campobello International Park). I was there 50 years ago and saw Eleanor, LBJ, Lester Pearson and several FDR sons. FDR Jr. had to take over the landing of the plane at Eastport because the pilot got freaked out at the fog. No problem, he said - done it many, many times. Eleanor caught a cold there, which some say exacerbated her already fragile health and led to her death. Glad to see you here!