Researching Downeast Maine and Maritime Canada Families Together
Born Germany 1793, parents unknown, siblings unknown. married Mary Polly Clark (Gordon). Lived Steuben, Maine. Died around 1850 unable to find grave.
Found his children.
Please help me. Taylor Fritz Worthington
Added by Taylor Worthington Gilchrist on February 22, 2018 at 12:59am — No Comments
Jeff lived in Melrose, MA until 1961 when the family moved to Topsfield, MA. He graduated from Masconomet Regional High School with honors and was a member of the National Honor Society. After graduation he attended Wake Forest Univ. in Winston-Salem, NC and graduated cum laude with BA degrees in biology and chemistry. While in college he was a member and officer of Alpha Epsilon Delta, the pre-medical honor society as well as a member of Circle K. After finishing at Wake Forest Univ. he…Continue
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Trying to find death record for Olinthia YOUNG, my great-grandmother. Variously known as Olympia, Lindy, Linda. Born Olinthia SEARLES, August 1868 in Campobello, New Brunswick, daughter of Charles SEARLES and Susan DEAN. Married Wayman YOUNG 1887. Wayman (George Wayman) YOUNG died November 1932 at Houlton, ME. Children included John Robinson YOUNG, my grandfather, born 1896 Eastport, Washington, ME. 1910 Eastport census states Olintha aged 38 divorced. 1920 Eastport census Olintha aged…Continue
Added by Carole Newbigging on August 22, 2016 at 3:41am — No Comments
Have school notes and University of Maryland Dental School graduation announcements for him, and school notes for what I believe is his brother Roscoe Patten. Found years ago in family's attic in Orland. Would like family to have them if they are interested.
i have just recently published a compiled genealogy on the Nova Scotia Winchesters. this might be of interest to anyone with planter and loyalist roots in NS, NB and Massachusetts
"THE NOVA SCOTIA WINCHESTERS: Tracing the Descendants of Josiah Hill Winchester, third son of the "planter" Nathan Winchester".
This compiled genealogy presents a genealogical…
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Added by Mark Nitro on November 11, 2015 at 8:46pm — No Comments
Trying to locate the whereabouts of Ethel's writings on the Craig family. Ethel spent the last 20 years of her life working on her family genealogy, some of which was published in newspaper articles. Her daughter-in-law, Ann Rigby, continued her work but has since passed. I am hoping that the family donated Ethel's writings to a library or archive.
Added by Gail E. Gordon on July 9, 2015 at 9:21am — No Comments
Looking for descendants of Robert Alexander, born circa 1822, died 1895 in St. Andrews, NB. I have his signed photograph in my family album. I believe that he is related to my 2nd g.grandmother, Margaret Alexander, as he is listed as one of the two witnesses to her marriage to Moses Craig in 1859 at the Greenock Presbyterian Church. I am trying to determine the relationship between Robert and Margaret.
Added by Gail E. Gordon on January 24, 2015 at 10:21am — No Comments
Looking for information on Thomas Adams born about 1799 in Maine Married a Sarah (sally) HillContinue
One of the towering figures of Charlotte County, N. B., history was the Reverend Duncan McColl, who settled there with the U. E. Loyalists and brought the Gospel to the other settlers. As a young man he served with the Argyll Highlanders and fought in the siege of what is now Castine, Maine. Kirk McColl in Saint Stephen was named after him. His life is fascinating, to me, at least, given that he kept the border folk from fighting each other in the War of 1812. I pulled together his…Continue
My g. grandfather, Joseph Craig, was born in Calais, ME in 1860. His parents were Moses A. Craig and Margaret Alexander, married in 1859 at the Greenock Presbyterian Church, St. Andrews, NB. Moses is a descendant of Loyalists David Craig and Mary Steele. Margaret is a mystery. She may be the daughter of Thomas and Jane Alexander who emigrated from County Down in 1822, but no birth record or death record for her have been found. My g. grandfather moved to Lowell MA in 1879 and that is…Continue
I would like ANY information that can be found surrounding the birth of Oscar Hugh Johnson, son of William Johnson and Catherine McCready. He was supposedly born in Calais on March 16, 1892. He and William then disappear until Oscar shows up again in a WWI draft registration in 1917. Not sure if Catherine and William were even married. We can find no records pertaining to this threesome.
I am in search for relatives of George Henry Atcherson. dob: 6-02-1925 dod:6-30-1998. Any or all information would be greatly appreciated.
Added by Crystal Lindsey on July 1, 2013 at 5:41pm — No Comments
The following is part of an email sent by Carol Sisson McLeod to a Murphy cousin. It examines the theory that the maiden name of Elsa (wife of James Murphy of New Brunswick) was Davis. It also examines the likely birthplace of her first two sons, James D Murphy (1785-1856) and Robert Murphy (c.1786-1829).
From: Sent: April-26-13 10:19 AM To: Subject: Elsa
Added by Carol Sisson McLeod on April 26, 2013 at 10:37am — No Comments
any help would appreciated.
Added by george sanford morrison on February 25, 2013 at 3:00pm — No Comments
It's not indexed yet but these are fabulous files for learning more about genealogy history of those who died in this county. Learned about it from the RootsDig posting this morning and already found out where the SHACKFORDs are in here so I can go back later and review these important genealogy documents.
Added by Joanne Shackford Parkes on February 18, 2013 at 11:44am — No Comments