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Renee Marie Boudreau
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  • Marshfield, MA
  • United States
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WITHAM of New England

Started Feb 8, 2014 0 Replies

As some may be aware I am researching my Witham line from Maine.Turns out it goes back to Gloucester, MA before then. My 3rd Great Grandfather was John Benjamin Witham (Sr) born in Portland, ME bat…Continue

Tags: BRAY, LEBARRON, WITHAM

Witham's of Maine; John B. Witham & Ann P. Akers early 1800's-Massachusetts

Started Feb 3, 2012 0 Replies

I have a John B. Witham married to Ann P. Akers In 1836 in Portland, Cumberland, Maine. Family moved to Chelsea, MA by 1850 Their children & Grandchildren: 1. Charles C. Witham (1837-?)   +…Continue

Tags: WEEKS, STITHAM, HASKILL, HOWE, WILLIAMS

WILSON-METIS adoption Waterville, ME or NH or MA

Started this discussion. Last reply by Pam Beveridge Dec 7, 2011. 5 Replies

My Great Grandfather was George Atwood Wilson Jr. On his Military Record from the Nat. Guard of MAINE it says he was born in Manchester, NH in 1872....On his Marraige Record to My Great Grandmother…Continue

Tags: Witham, Metis, Wilson

Nathan Augustus Higgins(abt 1823 in Eastport ME-St. John, NB) and family lines

Started this discussion. Last reply by Paul White Feb 23, 2015. 20 Replies

For years my family told me my Higgins line was Irish (My mother is a Higgins), and we didn't know anything further in our Higgins Tree aside from my Great Grandfather Samuel Nathaniel Higgins (on a…Continue

Tags: Wilson, Campbell, Kyle, Higgins

 

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At 2:19pm on February 8, 2014, Raymond Boudreau said…

Renee, to save me..and you also...valuable time, could you please email me at my server server address ..... farplaces@seidata.com  ???  I am not even sure if my last comment or email reached you.  I knew a Lizzie Kyle, a Miss Higgens was my school teacher one year and...I even have a Campbell inline whom had changed his name from Whitman (soundex) to Campbell  soon after arriving in the Boston area...I was told.  One of my brothers married a Campbell.

 

Ray Boudreau

Indiana

At 2:09pm on February 8, 2014, Raymond Boudreau said…

Hi Renee Marie.  I emailed to the wrong address (naturally) grrrrr  Now will paste it.

Ca va, Renee Marie, greetings...

I have been trying to get some data relative to a home in North Woburn about the same day as Pearl Harbour Day, Dec 7, 1941.

A family named Kyle owned this home on Main Street, to the best of my knowledge. There was an explosion at that home caused by two young boys that a Lizzie Kyle allowed to play in her yard. The boys would keep her yard cleaned of leaves and chestnuts that fell from her trees and she paid ten cents plus candies for their efforts.

Naturally, the event of Pearl Harbour obscured any local events at that time, but I feel certain there must have been something printed somewhere disclosing this explosion.

Newspapers in that era were scattered in various nearby communities as well as the Boston Globe, but I feel I have exhausted all resources by now and thought perhaps some Kyle decendants may have records. So far, I have had no success.

I was one of those little boys, the other was my older brother, Joseph, whom was seriously burnt upward from his chest 100%.

I would like to have aditional data of this event to include with the stories of my Boudreau-Couture families.

Any little tidbit you or others may assist me with would certainly be appreciated.

Thank you so very much for your response to my query.

Oh...by the way, that Kyle home is still standing, should you be interested.

Thank you, Renee Marie,

Ray Boudreau
Indiana

At 6:13am on July 31, 2013, Raymond Boudreau said…

Congratulations, Renee, for your engagement.  I note your wedding is a time ahead yet and that certainly makes preparations more enjoyable.

I do not follow into any of the social media sites, Renee, but most certainly have interest to find hidden treasures of our ancestry.

I descend from the Boudrot son,  Michel (2), and have followed our name in Europe many centuries beyond.

I would definitely be interested to discover more of your line thru Charles Boudrot.

I am searching a valid resource other than census records that indicate Anselme Boudreau to be a son of Michel 2.

I also have some interest in the Campbell line, but am brickwalled because one had changed his name.  Campbell has married into the Boudreau line in Mass.

I notice a tag on your page is of the Kyle line and that interests me also as I am trying to find 1941 history of Kyle(e) in Woburn.

When cold weather arrives here in Indiana  I will have more time in our genealogy venture.

Nice catching you also, Renee.  Lots of hugs, cousin.

At 8:14am on July 30, 2013, Raymond Boudreau said…

Renee... I assume you are married and I would like to know what Boudreau descendency your husband comes from, which one of Michel Boudrots' children.

Thank you,

Ray Boudreau

At 11:37am on December 7, 2011, Pam Beveridge said…

Love your blog!  Informative and shows your passion for family history.

As for the pages I have on blogspot, gosh, I can't tell you off the top of my head - somewhere, there is the option to make some pages - very limited number, as I recall.  I haven't been using them as I should.  

Okay, I just went to my blog and found this: click design at the top, then on the options at the left side of what comes up is "Pages".  After you click it, there's an option "New Page".  Check it out and get back to me.  I have a source who is much better at this than I am.  (As you will be, in no time flat...)

At 9:20am on November 27, 2011, Pam Beveridge said…

Hi, Marie.  Have you seen my blog?  I've collected things for years and have been blogging about them, hoping to have descendants come across my blog when googling.  If you want to send pix, I'll blog about your find.  Do you think there's a relationship between all or most of them?  Here's my blog: Heirlooms Reunited

At 6:26pm on June 25, 2011, Leasa Garvin said…
Welcome Renee! We held a family reunion a couple of summers ago it was a blast! I did up HUGE as in 16 feet x 6 feet wall of charts! If you find more folks in Eastport I will snap pix of the headstones for you.
At 4:34pm on June 25, 2011, Pam Beveridge said…
Welcome - hope we can all help each other with our family research!  What surnames/locales are you researching?
 
 
 

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