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June 5, 1998

NORTON: Seeking any and all information about Samuel Goodell Norton, any year, anywhere near or somehow connected to Waldo Co., esp. Palermo, and Montville.  I have several Samuel Nortons in my line, which were given to me by a cousin unsourced.  I am trying to verify, independently, the information. Cameron Nickerson, 1504 1/2 Sixth Street, Eureka, CA, 95501:
Reply to: Cameron Nickerson

MORGAREIDGE: John Morgareidge son of Simeon Morgareidge.  John was born April 5, 1789 in Montville, Waldo Co., Maine.  He is my ggg grandfather. 
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GRANT:  Searching for information on Solomon Grant born March 5, l773. Married Katharine Lasdell April l2, l794 at Vinal Haven.  On the l800 census there are 3 Grants listed at Vinal Haven:  Solomon and John as coming from Hampden and Andrew as coming from Berwick.  Also  Ruth Grant from Hampden married to Matahial Luce January l, l799 and Patience Grant married Stephen Shurman of Islesboro April l2, l794.  Perhaps relatives??? Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks so much, Peg
Reply to:   Kel SS 396 <

FLANDERS: Need data on Ellen M. (Nellie) Flanders, born 1849 in Me, died bet.Nov.7, 1910 and April 18, 1911 in Hawthorne, Esmeralda Co., Nevada, married Henry Hill in Silver City, NV on 10 May 1875.  Also, need data on her brothers, M. Flanders, born 1853 Me, moved to Nevada by 1870 and was a miner in Gold Hill, Storey Co., NV. in 1870, married by Nov. 1874 in Gold Hill to a Nellie b. in CA.  M. Flanders father born in Maine and his mother in Ireland.  There were supposedly two other brothers to M. Flanders - a Charles A. and a James Flanders.  Need to know parents, siblings, and anything about the family as I am the grandson of Mrs. Ellen M. (Nellie) Flanders Hill.  Thanks.
Reply to: 
George F. Watson

GRANT:  I'm trying to find out some info on Stephen Grant. In the 1790 census  you have listed Stephen --Samuel--and Alexander Grant  do you have anything on these persons?  Dates of birth or death on Stephen would be a big help. or if the three were related.  Do you have and names of Stephen's son's and daughters??  If you have anything at all it would be of great help to me.  Thank you.  
Reply to: Floyd and Bonnie Grant <

MILLER: Hello, I had posted a query for Miller-James Miller married a Goodell and had a son -George Miller his wives 1 Eleanor Brown  2 Elzora Drinkater. I need to change my e-mail address from cclark @digitalexp.com to dcclark@bellsouth.net. Thanks, Linda Clark 
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May 16, 1998

WITHERSPOON: Do you have any information on the Witherspoons - they were buried on Butter Island?
Reply to: Cindy Spaulding, Benton, ME 

WALDO: How did WALDO CO. get its name? Was it after a founding family or famous person? I have been researching my WALDO family history and am wondering if there is a connection between my ancestors and Waldo Co.? My ancestor Hannah COGSWELL shipwrecked aboard the Angel Gabriel at Pemaquid Pt. ME on 1635 and then married my ancestor Cornelius WALDO in Chelmsford MA in 1652, but I have no history on Cornelius WALDO before that except he came from London. Was he from somewhere in WALDO CO or did he have relatives there? I have lots of interesting info/reocrd/photos/history I would love to share with someone and hope to find a WALDO cousin in the process!! Is there someone you know who may know the answer to this? A historian or WALDO family member or the library? Please write me.Happy trails;
Reply to:
Patti Waldo Swaim

MADDOCKS: My Maddocks and Page relatives lived in Jackson ME in the 1800's and I am looking for info about Jackson. My 83 year old Aunt told her daughter it is no longer there. and that my father who died in 1964 visited with my grandfather and just saw cellars and nothing else. Is that true and can you tell me anything that might be helpful in my search especially for Maddocks? I am just at the start of searching and really don't know how.  Thanks
Reply to: Leslie Hiatt Winston-Salem NC

AMES: Do you have any information on David Ames, b. abt 1823 Peter Ames, d. abt mid to late 1800s, buried in Belmont.   Thank you.
Reply to: Joanne

WITHERLY: Thomas WITHERLY born Abt 1806 in Maine and found in 1830 and 1840 Waldo Co. census. Interested in identifying his ancestors, children, and descendants.
Reply to: Blaine Stauffer <bbstauffer@worldnet.att.net

MAHONEY:  Does anyone know the relationship between 1) Eliza A. Mahoney   b.1821 in Northport, daughter of James and Eliza Mahoney, married John H. Whitcher of Northport, Nov. 26, 1850 and 2) Alice J. Mahoney   b.1813 in Northport, married James M. Stevens of
Reply to:  Walter Whitcher

RICH: Looking for info on the Rich family on Outer Long Island starting in the 1820s. William Rich on Long Island in 1830 and John Rich on the island in the 1840s along with Gilbert Rich. Trying to connect all their relationships. Gilbert's family included Gilbert Jr., Elizabeth, William J. and Mary.   Long Island (Plantation), Frenchboro.
Reply to: Dean Lunt

HODGDON: I am searching for information on Hannah HODGDON, born about 1795 probably in Lincolnville or nearby in Waldo Co.  Hannah married Thomas Miller (1793-1864) of Lincolnville in about 1814.  Their children were William(b.1816), Sarah, Pauline, Mary and Hannah.
Reply to: John Kruse 

May 3, 1998
CURTIS. Looking for information on Lebbeus and Betsey Tibbetts CURTIS, parents of Tabitha, Ebenezer, Ben Franklin, and Hannah. They are buried in the Village Cemetery in Searsport. He died 1832 and she died in 1850. Their daughter Tabitha was my great-great grandmother. She married Captain William BUTMAN. They had one son, Sam BUTMAN, in 1862 and Tabitha d. in 1863. Would really like to know more about her parents. Thanks!
Reply to: Ann Palk Harlow

April 25, 1998
ABBOT.   I am looking for birth, marriage and death info on Abial Abbot, born in Waldo, Waldo Co. in 1810/11. He married a lady named Eleanor and they had 8 children. One of their children, George Washington Abbot, born 26, March 1845, is my g g grandfather. He married a Mary Smith in 1870, here in California.  I am trying to go backward in the family line and am having some difficulty. If you can help with any of this, it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Reply to  Susan Hull

COLMAN.  I would like to find out some information on my great great grandfather. I believe his name is Elijah Coleman (Colman) Dec, 1844. His wife names was Lizzie Dec 1848, he had a son named Arthur Feb 1870, daughter in law Hattie Carlon May 1869, grandson Robert Arthur Oct 1899, grand daughter Thelma, a daughter Ethel Sept 1876, who married an Emery, she had two children, Carl, May 1898, and Hazel, Aug 1899. I obtained this information from the 1900 census of Waldo County Stockton Springs. He was a farm laborer, His son Arthur was a salmon fisherman. According to the census ? Elijah father came from Mass. Which could have been Maine territory just before Maine became a state. He lived in the harbor in Searsport. Next to the old Harbor school. Which has since burnt down. What I need to know is that Elijah was his correct first name. Lizzie's last name so I can try to follow it back further. I know that I do have a lot of information so hopefully someone can help me.Thank you for your time and cooperation.
Reply to:  Margaret Arsenault 

SMITH. Looking for a Manual SMITH who married a Sarah RAYMOND. They had a daughter who married Josiah Seekins of Swanville, ME in 1803. --- I can find no trace of them in the 1820 - 1830 or 1840 cenus, however I find a head of household Sarah SMITH in Castine, 1820. I thought she may be the widow of Manual, but she appears to be younger than the above Sarah (Raymond) SMITH. ?? Any SMITH or RAYMOND family researchers in Maine that someone could point me to? Has anyone run across the name of Manual SMITH? A look at the census index for Maine tells me that tracing the family name SMITH in Maine is no easy task! -- Another "remote" clue -- He "may" have come to Maine from New Brunswick? Thanks
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March 22, 1998

HOLLIS:   Moses Hollis was born 12/27/1778 in Cape Elizabeth, Me. to Richard Hollis (b Weymouth,Mass. 1753) and Sarah Hanscome (b Cape Elizabeth, Me. 1757). Richard served in the Army during the Revolution from 1775 to 1777 (Soldiers & Sailors of Mass. during theRevolution). Much of this information is extracted from the "lost" Pejebscot census of 1790, posted on-line by the Androscoggin Historical Society. Many thanks for posting my query.
Reply to:    TOM DAVIS sksn@epix.net

ALEXANDER: Looking for descendants of John Alexander Sr. John was born in Londonderry, NH on 9 June 1753, married Margaret Boise (?), died in Belfast, Maine 28 January 1813, buried in the Merrill Cemetery. Margaret was born in Londonderry, NH on 8 September 1763, died on 24 October 1847 in N. Belmont, Waldo Co., Maine. From the information that I have, they had 7 children. Thanks.
Reply to:  Michael Alexander

NESMITH: Would like to contact others researching the family of BENJAMIN NESMITH (b. Sept 14, 1734 in Londonderry, NH; d Sept 18, 1800 in Belfast, ME) and his wife AGNES GILMORE (1740-1814). I know of seven children to this union: James, Elizabeth, Benjamin Jr., Jenny or Jane, Jonathan, Mary, and Thomas. I would like to gather biographical information about Benjamin and Agnes and any of their children.  Thank you.
Reply to:  Lael Nesmith Snyder wsnyder@juno.com

FLANDERS: Charles A. or James Flanders in Waldo Co., ME.   I am searching for their wives and list of children of each.  I am hoping my grandmother, Ellen M. (Nellie) Flanders (Flannery) born March 1849 in Waldo or near Bangor, ME. and died bet. Nov. 7, 1910 and April 18, 1911 in Hawthorne, Esmeralda Co., Nevada, who married Henry Hill on 10 May 1875 in Silver City, NV. is a child of either Charles A. or James Flanders of Waldo Co.  Ellen M. (Nellie) Flanders had a brother, M. Flanders born 1853 in Maine and moved to Nevada by 1870 - was a miner in Gold Hill, Storey Co., NV. in 1870, marr. by Nov. 1874 in Gold Hill to a Nellie ? who was born March 1859 in CA.  M. and Ellen's father was born in Maine and their Mother in Ireland.  
Reply to:  George F. Watson GWAT613@Worldnet.att.net.  

VERRILL/HART: Hannah VERRILL m. 1858 in Monroe, Shepard HART.  They had one known child, George HART, b. 1859.  The family moved to Lowell, MA by 1868. Shepard and Hannah probably divorced by 1870.  Desire to know what happened to Hannah and her son, George.  Thanks for any help.
Reply to:   Ardell Lynds

ELLIS: Searching for any record of my g.g. grandfather Elisha T. Ellis, born 1815 in Maine, moved to Illinois in the 1840's. There is a Elisha Ellis listed in Monroe, Maine in the 1840 Maine census,  but I cannot be sure it is him. He may have had a relative that came with him to Illinois name Mirriam. The age listing for the 1840 census looks like it could be him, but the census is just too vague. Thank you for your help.
Reply to: Mark S. Ellis

March 8, 1998

FOSTER: Searching for the proof of death on Rachael Alice Foster, b. 16 Sep, 1848, Montville. M. Almond W. Clements, b. 10 Aug 1840 in Waldo, Me. She died 22 May 1919 in Belfast, Me.  I believe she is buried in the Belfast cemetery (according to her granddaughter) .  Can't find proof.  She was the second wife of Samuel Kingsbury.  She had two girls, Marie and Caroline.   Thanks,
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HOWARD:  I'm researching an ancestor who was born in Jackson, ME in1819.  I believe Jackson is in Waldo County.  Would vital records be available somewhere for 1819?  I am searching for verification and parentage of Levi Howard.
Reply to: Judy

March 1, 1998

BUTMAN: Butman, William, b. June 7, 1802 Beverly, Mass. m. (third wife) Tabitha Tibbetts Curtis  b. Sept 23, 1824.  William died June 11, 1873.   Tabitha died December 23, 1863, just one year after her son Sam was b. December 23, 1862, in Searsport.  William and Tabitha both died in Searsport.  Sam Butman was my great grandfather. Thanks for your help.  Do you have available any information on any of the Butmans who were sea captains and sailors out of Beverly, Mass. and later from Searsport? William Butman was my great-great grandfather.  He was born in Beverly, Mass. June 7, 1802 and moved to Searsport about 1830.  He died June 11, 1873.   His son Sam Butman, Sr. was born at Searsport December 23, 1862, and died in Taylor County, TX May 11, 1856.  The old Butman family home remained in the family until after at least 1983. Thanks for any information you can send me or anyone to whom you can refer me for help finding out more about the Butman family.
Reply to: Ann Harlow fharlow@mail.wcc.net

WARREN: I am looking for the father of Mark Bemis Warren born 1806 in Waldo, Maine or Bangor, Maine.
Reply to: Dave, 2dsapp@cwo.com

O'RILEY FITZGERALD: William married in Monroe (VR) 30 Nov. 1821 Betsy Curtis dau of Samuel and Elizabeth (Stimson) Curtis. William died - disappeared before Dec 1827 when Betsy Curtis FITZGERALD married Benjamin Ward as his 2nd wife. Betsy & William had one son George Washington Riley Fitzgerald was born in Monroe 4 Feb 1823. As he was brought up in the Ward family.  He was only known as GW Riley. Any clue to gr.gr.gr.grandfather came from - where did he go?
Reply to:  Piagene@aol.com

DAKIN/Stockton Lodge: Would you please direct me to someone who may be able to provide information on Stockton Lodge # 155, of which my grandfather, Carl N. Dakin, was a member.  I'm not sure if it still exists. Thank you.
Reply to: Roy A. Dakin

FRYE: Would like to correspond with anyone researching or familiar with the FRYE family in the Belfast, Belmont, Durham, Unity areas.  Jonathan FRYE m. Mercy WILSON of Durham in 1813.  Mercy's sister Mary m.Joseph MACDONALD, but named one of her children Jonathan Frye MACDONALD.  This doesn't make sense.  I have quite a bit on the Frye family inherited from my Grandmother, but I don't know why she accumulated it as I don't see we're directly related.  Need help from someone who knows this family. Thank you.
Reply to: Fred Howe.

February 15, 1998

AREY, W.A.; born 1850, in Winterport ME. Son of W.R. and Laura S. Arey.This family is said to be of Scotch descent. W.R. AREY, is said to be a son, of a sea captain. W.R. AREY, is said to have been part owner in a barque "L. Willis Ridge". Looking for any info on this line.
Reply to:  Sue Wilson  

PENDLETON:  I am interested in the Pendleton sea captains who were descendants of Brian Pendleton as Phineas was.  The ones I know of in my direct line are Thomas Pendleton (1718-1809), Gideon Pendleton (1751 -1847), and James Gilkey Pendeton (1784-1867) - all who lived in Isleborough for a large part of their lives. I am also interested in any Gilkey, although I have no first name to supply except maybe John. Thanks for any information you can give.
Reply to: Leah Pendleton North, 630 Stagecoach Trail, San Marcos, TX 78666
: leahnell@centuryinter.net

GRANT, Elisha l799-l869: I am trying to find out information on my ggg grandfather Elisha GRANT.    He married Sylvina PHILBROOK  of Islesboro March l7, l825 in Vinal Haven, Maine. They later moved to Palmyra and  then to Otis.  Their children are Harriet, Jason R., Daniel G.,Silvina A., Andrew N., Isaac N., Catherine, Dama E., Adaline, and Clara A. GRANT born in Islesboro.  I'm trying to find out who his parents were and where he was born, etc.  Thanks for any information you might share...
Reply to: Peg

GROVER - I'm looking for info on family of Charles Benjamin GROVER, b. June 29, 1851 in Brooks, ME.  Mother was Elmira BAGLEY, what was father's name?  Charles and a brother (name?) were orphaned around age 12 and went to live with a Bagley relative.  Any info on this would be helpful.    Thank you .
Reply to: Sherrill Brown sherrill@megalink.net

LORDS/SPENCER: Seeking any information on William Lords, born abt 1795 in MA, now ME. Married Marinda/Maribah/Mary B. Spencer March 5, 1812 in Belfast, (now) Waldo, (now) Maine. Both died abt 1825 leaving at least 2 small children William Spencer Lords (Oct 13 1820) and Maribah Lords (abt 1822).  The children went to live with an aunt.  William Spencer Lords ran away at age 10 to join the army as a drummer boy.  I would appreciate any information on either William or Marinda - birth, birth place, parents of either, death, or death place.  Thank you for any help.
Reply to: Larry Lords -

February 6, 1998

CLARK: Am looking for information about the family and ancestry of James CLARK, (B. c1774,  resided Northport, Waldo), and Samuel CLARK (B. 1807, Lincolnville).
Reply to: Sena Spear Havasy 
Coordinator,  KnoxGenWeb http://members.aol.com/vsena/knox/Index.html

February 1, 1998

READ: I'm looking for info on Nathan Read of Belfast. (b. 1759). Thanks, Donna Reed,  Santa Rosa, CA
Reply to: Donna L. Reed  dlmreed@ix.netcom.com

SMITH: looking for Ada Louise Smith,b 1860 in ME, Belfast, Bucksport or Parsonsfield possibly. m. Stephen F. Shackford Mar 21, 1878, in Eaton NH-who are her parents? siblings? (have much info on 13 children) thank you
Reply to:
Karen Mairs Lange DoverRental@worldnet.att.net    or Doverrental@locallink.com

SMITH: Does anyone know the death date and place of Simon Peter Smith d. approx. 1865? Spouse of Mary H. Larrabee. I think his father was Peter Smith from Sanbornton N.H., but not sure. Thank you.
Reply to: Carol A. Mushero majikpaw@mint.net

January 29, 1998

GILKEY: Is anything known about the birthplace of John Gilkey of Islesboro? (b. approx 1740). 
Thanks, Paul Haddon  Sacramento, CA
Reply to: Paul Haddon phaddon@ibm.net

CLEWLEY: I was searching the net by the surname of "Clewley" and came across your website. What a wonderful service you are offering by the way! I would love to have any information you possess on this family name. I had thought that the name had origins in Westphalia Germany so I'm very interested in the "French Connection" found in Waldo County. Thank you,
Jamie L. Bedford
375 Heron's Run Drive #908
Sarasota, FL  34232

Reply to: Jamie Bedford jbedford@ggitpa.ggise.com

KNOWLTON: I'm looking for the ancester of Percival L Knowlton born abt 1900 in Liberty, married Lila Daggett born 1896 died 1975 & Violet French or Whitter 5/9/1923. Percy had two sons Desmond & Lewis. Percy's father might be Ernest Knowlton. Thank You.  Ray Henshall
Reply to:
Raymond M Henshall rmhen@pacbell.net

January 18, 1998

JONES: Elisha Allen Jones born in 1820 (where?), died 24 Mar 1862 in Lincolnville. Married Fannie Tower Milliken who was also born in Lincolnville  18 July 1818 and died in Nov 1889 in Lincolnville.   Elisha's father was Samuel Jones born 1794 in New Hampshire.He married Abigail,b. 1798, in 1819 in New Hampshire.
This is according to IGI of LDS church.  Will appreciate help with the accuracy of this information. Will share all info I have.
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December 30, 1997

RICH:  Amos RICH  left Jackson Me. abt 1820, moved to Charleston Me..Married to Emma BODEN. The family was originally from Truro Mass. His parents, Lemuel RICH and Elizabeth CATES moved to Gorham Me. abt 1763. Looking for any information on Amos or other RICH family members in Jackson Me. Thanks!
Reply to: Alan Rich

HOLLIS: I am searching for information on the parentage of my GGGG Grandfather Moses Hollis, (b 1778 where?) who settled at Unity, Me. about 1800. His wife's name was Margaret__(?)___ . They produced 9 or 10 children. In 1832 his son Solomon (b.1811) married Rachel,d/o Josiah Segar and Jane Meserve. Their son Charles Hollis served in the 143rd NY regt. during the Civil War. Moses wife Margaret died in 1832 and Moses married a second time, an Elizabeth Roberts of Brooks, Me. and produced a second family of four children between 1834 and 1840. Anyone having or needing information on the Hollises.
Reply to:
sksn@epix.net  or  Tom Davis, RD#2 Box 329, Harveys Lake, Pa. 18618  Ph.(717) 639-5705

December 7, 1997

FENDERSON: I have just learned (thanks to John Haldane) that my Fenderson connection is to Monroe, Waldo County. I am seeking ancestors and descendants of Ivery Elijah FENDERSON b. 04 Jan 1803 and his wife Lydia CLEMENTS b. 28 Oct 1807, d/o Elijah CLEMENTS and Elizabeth HILL. Parents of Ivery could be John FENDERSON and Keziah CROXFORD. Thank you.
Reply to: H. D. Hilton

November 30, 1997

DAVIS: John H. and Almira DAVIS lived in Waldo co., Palermo twp. in 1850 (census record). They were m. 25 May 1845 in Penobscot co. Almira's maiden name was MERRILL. Was she a daughter of Francis MERRILL who, according to 1840 census record, lived in Bangor, ME. Who were the children of Francis MERRILL 'itemized' in 1840 census? John and Almira went to Morgan co., Windsor twp., OH abt. 1858-59. Abt. 1869 they travelled on to Stearns co., MN where they remained. Am interested in finding the parents of John and Almira. His parents b. in ME. Her father b. ME, mother b. NH. Also desire more information on cluster migration of DAVIS & MERRILL families to MN.
Reply to: Chas & Ellen Horner

HALL: I am looking for the birth record of my great-grandfather Virgil L. Hall. From my grandfathers birth certificate (Cecil L. Hall), he was listed as a grain dealer with residence and birthplace as Belfast. I am guessing his age at 20-30 which would put his birth year from 1877-1887. Appreciate any assistance provided.
Reply to: Mark S. Kuehl

MCLELLAN: My grandfather Captain John McLellan or (McLennan), a Cape Horner, was born in May 8th,1853 in, or around, Portland, Maine. He ran away to sea as a cabin boy, and eventually worked his way up to first mate on a Clipper Ship (name unknown) and became Captain when the ship's Captain became ill. My grandfather brought the tea back in time and was given command of a ship. We are looking for any record of his life as a Clipper Ship Captain and any record of ships which he may have sailed. Unfortunately, his Captain's Logs were lost long ago. His last name was McLellan, but he may have used at one time the name 'McLennan'. Any information would be deeply appreciated.
Reply to: John M and Bruce C. McLellan

WISWELL: Under Maine cemeteries in the town of Frankfort was listed Wiswell Cemetery. I need help in locating the following individuals that are part of my family research if you have the cemetery listings:
Name: Wiswell, Samuel G. (A.K.A. Gilmore Wiswell)
Born: December 12, 1830 in Frankfort, Maine
Died: Sometime between 1866 - 1869
Name: Wiswell, Electa S.
Born: 1836 in Maine
Died: Sometime between 1880's and 1890's in Maine
If these above lineal descendants of mine are found, I would appreciate as
much information about them that you have. For your time in this matter, I
would like to thank you in advance.
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November 22, 1997

  • CLARK: Lemuel CLARK is listed in the 1790 Census in Frankfort Town, ME (now in Waldo Co.), but it states that he came from "Gouldsborough." This leads me to believe he may have been born there, but I have no access to vital records or other sources. I know very little about him-- no birth, marriage, or death dates, although I know he is buried in the cemetary off Goshen Road in Winterport, ME, and that his wife's name is said to be Nancy LITCHFIELD. His son Stephen CLARK was born in Frankfort, ME on 03/27/1807 and died in Winterport, ME on 06/?8/1845. He married, c. 1819, probably in Frankfort, one Prudence MARTIN, daughter of Holbrook MARTIN and Lydia HOSMER, originally of Marblehead, MA. Steven CLARK had a son, Colonel Joshua Martin CLARK, born in Winterport, ME on 04/24/1824, died Topeka, KS 10/09/1912. He married, date unknown, place unknown (perhaps in Ohio), one Lucy CHAMBERS, daughter of John CHAMBERS and Sarah NIXON (no further information known).
    Do you have any records of this Lemuel CLARK, or of his wife Nancy LITCHFIELD, or any of the other family members mentioned above? I am specifically trying to find out the names and dates of their parents, and from whence they came before they settled in Frankfort.
    Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Please let me know if you need any more information from me; feel free to edit and post this query as needed.
  • KNEELAND: - Prospect, Waldo, Maine. I am looking for any information on Edward KNEELAND, b. 2 Feb 1775 Boston, came to Cape Jellison 1792, married Polly STAPLES 8 Dec 1803, d. 27 July 1849. I have a lot of info to share. Any other descendants of Edward - this is a Mayflower line, descending from John ALDEN and Priscilla MULLINS. Thank you!
    Reply to: Georgeia Mangione

November 11, 1997

  • LAMB, BROOKS, HARRINGTON, INNIS: The family I am working on were descendants of Thomas Lambe of Roxbury, MA who came with hs family with the Winthrop Fleet in 1630. One of his sons, John, moved to Springfield, MA. Several genearations later, Joshua Lamb went to Nova Scotia, however during the Revolution he relocated to Lincolnville, Maine where the family remained. Lorenzo Dow Lamb moved to Port Byron IL in the 1860s. The families who lived in Lincolnville (Ducktrap and Canaan) were there before the 1790 Census and descendants remain there today. Related family names in Waldo Co. in direct line inclue Lamb, Brooks, Harrinton and Innis.
    Reply to:
    AnnL7777@aol.com Anne Lamb
  • SAMUEL NICKELS/NICHOLS: Hi. Looking for info on subject sea-captain. Do you have any?
    Reply-To: Paul and Brenda Nichol
  • BLAKE: There was a Nehemiah Blake in Belfast in 1820, and in Swanville in 1830. Is he in any way related to the Nehemiah Blake b. 1817, Maine, who married 1837 Wellington, Piscataquis Co. Nancy H. Lawrence?
    Reply-To: Ardell Lynds
  • BRYANT/HAMILTON - Seeking information on Mary Hamilton, born 10/27/1816 in Palermo. Parents were Silas Hamilton and Vilot Bryant. Mary married David Bryant (cousin?) and lived in the Lincoln/Passadumkeag area. Children were Sylvenous Jefferson, Joseph T, William Morrill, Clarissa, David Jr., Oscar, Elija & Elisha (twins) and Jacob. They all moved to Minnesota after the Civil War.
    Reply to: Susan
  • PEASE: Pease, Abijah. Parents and birthplace unk. Died 15 Sept. 1877 in St. George, Me. age 74 yrs., 11 mo. and 17days. Identified as witness to deed from Thomas and Love Brown to Seba Pease (son of Havilah) in 1822
    in Vinalhaven, Me. Mar. to Love "Lovey" Brown 25 April 1826 in Vinalhaven, Me. On 1830 VHaven census as "Elijah", on 1840 VHaven census as Abijah and on 1850 St. George, Me census as Abijah and as Abijah thereafter.Ch. are: Issac R., Hannah Jane, Warren, Abijah J. Jr., Julia A, Serena, Esther, Irene, Mary, Bethiah, William, Lizzie(Elizabeth) and Charles H.
    Reply to: Bob Pease
November 2, 1997
  • BELFAST MAYOR:Who was the mayor of Belfast during the early 1900's?
  • BRAZIER: I am looking for Thomas BRAZIER and his wife, Eliza. According to the death certificate of their son, John N. BRAZIER, they were born in Belfast ME. John was b. Apr 1798 in Boston, Suffolk, MA, m. bef. 1823; d. 18 Nov 1871 in Gloucester, Essex, MA. and married Susan SMITH, b. 1793 in Gloucester, Essex, MA and died there 25 Jul 1879. She was the daughter of Benjamin and Nancy SMITH. I should appreciate hearing from anyone who has information on Thomas and Eliza. Thank you.
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October 30, 1997
  • RUSSELL: Looking for info on Peter Russell abt 1809 England. Married a Mrs Main. when?? 3 children his. Rachael Corretta 1841 Searsmont, Maragaret, & Peter. who is their mother and who was Mrs. Main?
    selmag@pacbell.net Selma Grant
  • BURNS: I am seeking information on a John Burns who appears first (that I have seen) in an intent to marry Margaret Achorn (sp. also Acorn, Eichorn, Eckhorn) filed at Waldoboro in February 1805. John and Margaret resided in Waldoboro until 1813-1815, based on where the births of their 15 children were recorded. I have a great deal of information on other Burnses in the Waldoboro area prior to my known ancestor, but cannot link him to them. Can you provide any assistance? I would be most grateful if you have any ideas!
  • RIDEOUT/HUNTER: I have been trying to find my grandparents marriage in the 1920's, I think in 1923 because my uncle was born in 24 and passed away shortly after. There names were Searle Rideout and Frances Hunter and all three children were born in Belfast. All the Rideouts that I have found are related in one form or another and they are all pretty much up country in Maine. I hope you can help.
    Reply to:
    wisdom@mix-net.net (Mistey Charrier)
October 17, 1997
  • GILKEY: I would appreciate any info on the Gilkey families of Maine. I'm trying to trace my GGrandfather
    James W. Gilkey b Apr 1854 in Meigs Co, OH; he married Martha Lewis 12 Feb 1881 in Meigs Co, OH; their son Lester William Gilkey was my grandfather, who was born in Meigs Co, OH on 10 Jun 1884. You may take a look at our Web Page:
    www.earthlink.net/~marian11/ I had the book titled The Town of Gorham, but not the one written by McLellan, which I understand has more Gilkey info. Please let me know if their are any books about Gilkey's??
    Reply to: Marian Sohn
  • CENSUS PAGES: Hi How do I get copies of the following [1790] census pages? 23 Mayo, Joshua 79 Bartlett, Israel 80 Bartlett, David 81 Bartlett, Christopher 82 Bartlett, Christopher Jr 83 Bartlett, Elias 87 Mayo, Joseph. Thanks for any help you can give me.
    Reply to: PEGGY ANN VIPOND
  • ARMOR/ARMOUR: Am searching for info on the ARMOR/ARMOUR family: Betsey ARMOR
    (1796-1889) md. 30 Nov. 1823 at Belfast Thomas A. McCLURE, both born NH. Betsey was daughter
    of Capt. Gawen & Betsey ARMOR. Gawen d. Belfast 3 Oct. 1826 and his wife, also at Belfast, 17 Nov. 1833. Both are buried at Head of Tide cemetery. Gawen first appears in Belfast records about 1816...lived in Windham, NH, possibly also in Francestown, NH, son of Andrew ARMOUR. Am interested on any info regarding Gawen ARMOR or his family. Does "Captain" signify ship captain?
    Reply-To: Mary Beth Wheeler
  • McCLURE: Am searching for the McCLURE family of Brooks, Waldo Co., ME. Thomas A. McCLURE md. Betsey ARMOUR 30 Nov. 1823 at Belfast. Children: Thomas Clarendon, Edwin N., Margaret, possibly Lovenia (md. Monoah ELLIS) and possibly Emily. I have much info on Thomas Clarendon and McCLURE antecedents and would be happy to exchange info.
    Reply-To: Mary Beth Wheeler
  • BLAKE: Amaziah Dodge Blake married Abigail Tibbetts. I am researching his ancestors and descendants.
    Reply to:
    carlblake@worldnet.att.net Carl Blake
October 11, 1997
  • MILLER: Looking for information on and decendants of James MILLER of Lincolnville, Maine who
    m. Marion GOODELL of Prospect, Maine. They had one known child George W. Miller b 09 Sept. 1863
    d 10 Aug. 1932 in Belfast, Maine . George W. Miller married 1) Elizabeth BROWN and 2) Elzora DRINKWATER. Any information is greatly appreciated.
    Reply to:
    cclark@digitalexp.com Linda Clark
  • TRUNDY/SMITH: Looking for marrage record of George Trundy and Theodate Smith of Knox Plantation 1812? Also looking for birth record of Theodate Smith born in 1793. Any information on the parents or siblings of George Trundy or Theodate Smith. I have a picture of the 1930, Searsport High School girls basketball team, which shows my mother Josephine Trundy and other members of the team. Contact me if you are interested in a copy.
    Reply to:
    JohnPezzu@aol.com John Pezzullo
  • FLETCHER: I would appreciate any information (or a steer in the right direction) regarding Thomas FLETCHER of Prospect/Frankfort in the late 1700's. His daughters Susannah and Elizabeth married John and Thomas HOUSTON of Belfast. Who were Thomas' parents and where did he come from? What was his wife Mary's maiden name? Sincerely, Bett Houston
  • VIDETO: Seeking information on Videto [different spelling] in Freedom and vincinity. James P. VIDETO m. Martha CLARK had child George W. b. 1851. We believe James to be the son of Jasper & Charlotte [WARREN] VIDETO. every effort is appreciated.
    vidito@tigerpaw.com Dwight Vidito
  • LEAR: My name is ALEX ALAN LEAR; I currently live in Morrill, Maine. I have done extensive research
    tracing my family line back through the years and have found that the ones I have found lived in Waldo County. My great-grandfather, NORMAN ROBERT LEAR, was born around 1902 in Belfast. His father, ERVING CHARLES LEAR, was born around 1870 in Northport. ERVING's father, WILLIAM A. LEAR, was born around 1850 in Northport. The earliest direct ancestor that I can trace is WILLIAM's father, AARON LEAR, who was born somewhere in Maine around 1820. I would really liketo know who AARON's father is and would greatly appreciate any help that any of you might be able to give.
  • HOPKINS: Do you know where I can find a record that would show ship's papers for someone in 1860-1870. Looking for Alfonzo A. Hopkins shown in 1850 census in Waldo County, 9 years old. Family history has that he started as a cabin boy and worked up to first mate on a relatives whaling ship. Left the sea at 21 and moved to Pa. Would appreciate your help. Thank you
    Reply to: Bonnie Goforth
  • KNIGHT/SEELEY: am looking for ANY information about Thomas KNIGHT and Abigail SEELEY of Northport, parents of Polly/Mary KNIGHT born 1774 married David GAY 1793, Northport, ME. Other than the GAY line I have no information about any of them so ANYTHING will be gratefully accepted.
    Reply to: Kitty
  • KEEFER: Looking for any information on Thomas KEEER(Keeler?) married to Abigail with a daughter Laura KEELER b. 9-16-1866 in Castine, Me. d.1948-58 in Castine, Me.
    Reply to:
    bubbles@sjigger.net Barbara Smith
September 20, 1997
  • McClannen: I found this name in your 1790 Maine Census. My name also is Mcclannen. There are very few of us around. Could you help me with any other infomation you may have on this James Mcclannen. Reply to: Keith Mcclannen Zaqwsx12@aol.com
September 14, 1997
  • RHODES: Hi. I live in San Francisco, and I'm trying to trace my ancestry to a Jacob Rhodes (or Rhoades) who purportedly was born in "Waldoboro." I can't find anything other than Waldo County, ME. Also, we have determined that an Edward Alphonso (Rhoades) was born in Northprt, ME on October 13, 1819, married one Atlanta Augusta Bowles in October 1847, and died in Northport on September 24, 1896. I found two Rhodeses listed as heads of households, James and Thomas, from Bristol. Might you have any additional information on them? Can you tell me if either Jacob of Edward A. appear in local historical records, and if so, do the records go beyond them? Any record of a Bowles family? Edward may also have married a second time - an Atlanta McCobb. Any record of aMcCobb family? Any suggestions on who to contact in Northport? Anxiously awaiting your reply,
    Reply to:
    JR72444@aol.com Judson Rhodes San Francisco
  • HEAL/HEALD: Robert P. Heal born in Waldo, Maine, 1800. Soldier in Florida at the time of the Seminole War. Married Minerva Moseley-maybe in Kentucky. Did the 49 Ca.Gold Rush, after fathering 5 children, then upon his return to Ky, had 5 more. Children included:George, Presley, Hiram,Johnny, Gorham,Jane, Henry, James, Steven D., D.F. Several went on to Oklahoma as homesteaders. Looking for ancestry of Robert P. Heal.
    Reply to: Mary Ann Brown e-mail:
  • WARD/BAGLEY: I am looking for the descendents and ancestors of Ruel Ward and Flora Bagley who were married around 1875 to 1880 probably in Unity. They had 11 children and I am interested in the son Fred G. Ward who is my grandfather. I am also looking for information on the FARWELL family in Thorndike. Thanks.
    Reply to:
    pauclair @ aol.com   [Note that this may no longer be a valid email address]
September 7, 1997
  • GIBNEY: Looking for data on James B Gibney m 28 Aug 1864 in Waldo County.
    Reply to: Michael Gibney
  • LONGFELLOW - Seeking information re: Samuel LONGFELLOW b. 1784 in Palermo, Waldo Co. Could use any help re info on Samuel and his descendants, especially son Michael. Glad to share.
    Reply to: Jill Parry
  • GROUT: Seeking family of Amos Grout of Frankfort, ME. Amos, b.c. 1782, s/o William and Hannah (Jennison) Grout, married 10 July 1806 Rachel, b.c. 1781, d/o Joshua and Elizabeth (Grant) Couillard of Bucksport, ME. Need children names, birthdates and locations, etc. of this couple. Who was Abigail Grout who married December 1830 Enoch M., b. 21 November 1804, s/o Oliver and Mary (Nye) Couillard? Was she related to Amos and Rachel, and if so, how?
    Reply-To: Roger N. Whiting
  • HOLLAND: Looking for parents and siblings of Albert A. Holland, b. abt. 1830 in Belfast, ME (according to marriage record in Gloucester, MA) Parents given as John and Nancy. Vital Records of Belfast do not show Albert, but do have Cordelia I. m. Samuel Tuttle of Portland 25 Aug 1833; Hannah M. m. Edward Henderson, 7 Dec 1836; and Susan Ann m. Charles Ingram of Brooks 8 Oct 1836. Since Albert named his daughter Susan Cordelia, b. 1854 in Boston, MA, I thought there might be a connection. Any information on the family, or sources to try would be appreciated.
    Reply to: Diana Nelson Santa Cruz, CA
  • HARDEN: Looking for info on Harriet M. Harden, b. about 1830, d. 2 Jan 1869, buried in Mount Cemetary, Burnham. She married in October, 1852 (prob. Clinton, marriage in VR book) William M. Rolfe. They had at least three children, but maybe as many as five: Abbie, Ellen Nettie, George and possibly Eva and Lizzie. I am stuck on Harriet, any clues greatly appreciated.
    Reply to: Betty Caldwell
August 25, 1997
  • GUTHRIE: My Great Great Grandfather was born in Maine in 1816. He later moved to Baltimore, MD. I have no way of knowing about his father, My Great Great Great Grandfather, I have no name or dates. I have no way of knowing what county Joseph was born in. I have a feeling that he came by ship to Maine, but that is just a feeling. Could you point me in the right direction. I have been to my Family History Center in Mesa Arizona, and I am unable to find anything. There is very little information on Joseph, and of course nothing on his father.
    Reply to: Mary Ellen Guthrie Augustine
  • HICKEY: I am looking for any information on Joseph John Hickey, born in Belfast, ME. on December 22nd. 1857. His father, Joseph Hickey immigrated from Ireland. Thank You Matt Douglas Hickey, son of James Weston Hickey, son of William Ellsworth Hickey, son of Joseph John Hickey, son of Joseph Hickey.
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  • BAKER: My ancester, Jedediah Y. Baker lived in Searsport around 1870. Although there is not a list of what you have to do look-ups, if you would in whatever it is, I would appreciate it. Thank you for your help.
    Reply to: Karyn Williams Witt
  • BRAY: I am looking for information on the following family and their ancestors: James Bray and John Bray, of Stonington, Deer Isle were lost at sea, aboard the ship Anna N. Torrey in 1879. James was married to Louise Thompson, and had Charles Bray and James Bray Jr.
    Reply to: Adam Bray
  • HIGGINS: I am seeking any info on Benjamin Higgins- Born April 15, 1821 Waldo Co. Maine. Perhaps had a brother William born in 1818. Benjamin left Me. and went to Iowa in 1840's. Settled in Dubuque. Would appreciate any info on Benjamin.
    Reply to: Robert Ramey
August 3, 1997
  • REED/BAGLEY: I'm looking for information on Enoch and Rachel (Reed) Bagley who had son, Reuben, born 16 Dec. 1822 in Troy. Enoch was the son of Enoch Bagley and his wife, Miriam (Hoyt); Enoch was in the Rev. War and died in Troy 30 Nov. 1842.
    Reply to: Abby Balderama frab2can@pacbell.net
  • WEST: I am looking for the parents of Roland L. West born in 1835 and in Orrington in the 1850 census. Is he possibly the son of Phineas and Eliza (Clark) West both born in Frankfort? In Frankfort in the 1850 census they had children born 1833 and 1837. Please post this as a Waldo County Query.
    Reply to: Patsy Jordan patsy@downeast.net
July 20, 1997
  • POTE: I'm researching the Potes, especially the Waldo Co. ones as they are my husband's direct ancestors (Robert Pagan Pote m. Ellen Jones 1840).
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July 13, 1997
  • CLARK: I have recently found out that Rev. John Clark and Elizabeth (Wallis) Clark were the parents of my GGGrandmother Nancy Jane Clark of Prospect, Me. Nancy was born 12 March 1826. I need to know any and all information about my "ne" ancestors!
    Reply to: Marion Whitney Leska
  • SEGAR family: (Seger, Seiger, Seager) in Unity, Maine. Josiah SEGAR b. 11 Oct 1745 in Newton, MA.
    He resided at Bethel, ME in 1787, at Standish in 1795. He appeared on the census in 1810 in Vasselboro, ME and at Unity in 1820. He m. Jane MESERVE about 23 Oct 1787 (other sources indicate 6 Mar 1788) at Fryeburg, Maine. Children:
    Orilla SEGAR b. 27 Aug 1788 Rumford, Maine. She d. 4 Feb 1865 in Brewer, ME. She m. Charles BICKMORE on 30 Oct 1811 in Unity.
    Dorcas SEGAR b. 29 Aug 1790 Rumford, ME.
    Josiah SEGAR b. 22 Jun 1792 Standish, ME.
    Betsey SEGAR b. 5 Dec 1794 Standish.
    Thankful SEGAR was born on 20 Oct 1796 in Standish.
    Edmund SEGAR b. 12 Nov 1798 Standish. He m. Mrs. Nancy CROSBY 8 Jul 1819 in Freedom.
    Charlotte SEGAR b. 1 Sep 1801 Unity, Maine. She d. 12 Nov 1882 in Unity. She m. Sedate BICKMORE 12 Feb 1824 at Unity.
    Joseph SEGAR b. 28 Oct 1803 Unity
    Clement SEGAR b. 27 Jan 1806 Unity. He was married to Mary SCRIBNER.
    Nathaniel SEGAR b. 5 Mar 1808 Unity. In about 1857, he moved to Sibley Co., MN. He died 13 Sep 1872 in Henderson, MN. He m. Sophia Ann ----- about 1832 in Maine (prob.) Sophia b. 5 Nov 1810 in ME.
    Delinda SEGAR b. 27 Jul 1810 Unity
    Rachel SEGAR b. 5 Apr 1813 Unity
    Charles SEGAR b. 2 Jun 1816 Unity
    Reply-To: Brad & Carol
  • BAGLEY/HASELTINE (HAWES): Specifically Sadie Edwina BAGLEY b.1885 (mother) Alice Jane HASELTINE (father) George L. BAGLEY. Any information will be greatly appreciated. Will assist anyone with research in West Tennessee area.
    Reply to: Robert Patterson
  • CLARK/BOWDEN: Am seeking ancestral information on ELIPHALET CLARK (b 1786 d 1875) from the
    Belfast area. He married E(A)LICE BOWDEN and together they had eleven children:
    David (1809-1880) m. Sally Flagg
    Ira (1811-1885) m. Sally Clark (?)
    George (1815-??) m. Louisa Flagg
    John (1820-??) m. Lovica
    Sally (1822-1865) m. ??
    Olive (1824-1902)
    Alis (1827-??)
    Nancy (1829-??
    Lydia (1831-1908) m. Nathanial Shaw
    Eliphalet (1832-?? m. Rosilla Coombs
    James (1836-??)
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June 30, 1997
  • KITCHIN, VARNEY, APPLETON: researching named families in and around Palermo, ME. particularly one John Richardson KITCHIN. From what I can find out the town records were destroyed in a fire around 1906.
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  • SNOW/WARD/ROYAL: Seeking info on Solomon Snow b.7-18-1820 d. 12-8-1889. marr. Elizabeth Ward -b. 11-28-1827 d. 11-1-1895. They had 5 children - Lucy A Snow b. 1-1-1850 d. 12-1857. Freeman Snow
    b. 2-13-1852 d.? Everlyn b. 6-20-1855 d. 12-1857. Maderson b. 5-25-1857 d. 12-1857. Lucy Evelyn b. 9-22-1859. d. 10-12-1918. Elizabeth was the daughter of John Ward and Eunice Royal.Any info would be helpful. Also looking for possible cemetary sites and why three children died the same time. Would like any information on any of these families.
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  • NORTON/BLACK: Looking for Sally (Sarah Jane) NORTON, b. 1813 and died 14 Sep 1843. She is buried in the Smith Cem. in Palermo. She was the wife of Benona (Benoni) BLACK of Palermo (b. 1815, d. 1854), who remarried and went to Dedham to raise his four small sons(plus two new daughters). Would like to find the parents of Sally & Benona.
    Alan C. Wright 67 Mulberry Rd. Mansfield Center CT 06250
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June 9, 1997
  • HIGGINS/LADD: Am seeking information about Reuben Higgins, who lived in Morrill/Belfast in the early to mid 1880's. I need to know names of his parents, and where they came from. Names of some of his children were Ariel(Royal), Jedediah, John. His wife was Betsey BRIDGES, who died in January of 1870 at age 99 years. Am also looking for information about Benjamin LADD, who was the father of Hannah, who married Ariel HIGGINS. When did he arrive in the Belmont/Morrill area, and who was his wife? Am willing to share whatever information I currently have. Dorothy Kimbro, 301 First Avenue No, Greybull, WY 82426
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  • GAY: Looking for David Gay md. to Thankful Hayward abt. 1762. They had 2 children in Waldo County,
    Maine, Edward born 1785 and Lucy born 1789. I will gladly exchange information. Thank you. I will have this e-mail until Sept.
    Suzette Thompson
    2025 S. Little Valley Rd.
    Wallsburg, Utah 84082
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  • GILKEY: I am descended from William Gilkey and Nancy Gustavia Smart. I am looking for the grandparents of Nancy Smart. I know her grandfather was John Smart of Jay and later Gorham, Maine. John's wife was Sarah? Her mother was Nancy Clough. Who were Nancy Clough's parents? Any help you can give me would be greatlyappreciated. Nadine Davis
  • KENNEY: My g g g grandfather is Luther Kenney, born in Belfast. I am looking for names of his parents, dates, wife actually anything. I am guessing he was born between 1810 and 1825 because his son, Calvin was born in 1842 in Foxcroft. Thanks, Lynn
    Reply to: REDEEN@aol.com
May 18, 1997
  • KNIGHT: We are looking for information on the Knights of Northport ME. I have found quite a bit from 1600"s to 1800"s but from there till about the 1930's I am missing quite a few pieces of this puzzle. If you could help us we would appreciate it. My Great-Grnadmothers name was Mary Belle (Elwell) Knight and my Great-Grandfathers name was Charles Knight. After the death of Mary Belle all of the land was donated to the town of Northport as a park and there is also a pond on this property called Knights pond. Thank you
    Reply to: Dannette Sawyer
  • LAUGHTON: I am looking for information on Captain Charles Laughton who was a sea captain that was LOST AT SEA. He was married to Susan Rivers of St. George Maine. Family history is that he sailed to China and back most of the time Any information would be greatly appreciated.
    Reply to: John Clark
  • GOODELL: I am looking for information on Marion Goodell of Prospect, Maine. She married a James Miller and had at least one child by the name of George Miller.I would appreciate any information. George Miller was born in 1853.
    Reply to: John Clark
  • RANDALL: RANDALL, Harriet married to TRUE, William on 5 June 1852 in Belfast, Waldo County, ME. How would I go about getting a copy of the marriage license? Also, looking through your pages with the 1850 census I would like information on Henry TRUE from Chester in Belfast; Joseph PRESCOTT from Epping in Canaan; and John CLARK from Wells, in Frankforth. Actually I am looking for information on Stephen PRESCOTT with a son possibly named W. O. PRESCOTT, and a Joel and Debley CLARK with a daughter named Sarah. Pat Dietrich, Coordinator Rusk County WI GenWeb Project https://sites.rootsweb.com/~wirusk
    From: Patricia Dietrich
  • BOWEN: I'm searching for the parents of Samuel Bowen. According to DAR and Rev War pension records, he was born March 09, 1760 in Rehoboth, Bristol Cty, MA and died May 25, 1840 in Brooks, Waldo Cty, ME. He was married to Polly Holmes b Taunton, MA in 1763 and died in Brooks, ME in 1840 (she was a descendant of John Alden through the Delano family). Samuel served under his Uncle Lt. Levi Bowen in the Rev. War. I strongly believe Samuel is a 6th generation descendant of Richard Bowen, Sr (b circ 1600 Swansea, Wales, d 1673/74 in Rehoboth, MA). Any help would be greatly
    appreciated. Thank you.
    Reply to: John Bowen
  • MITCHELL: Jeremiah Mitchell b. 22 Jun 1779; m. 16 Sep 1802 at Unity, Polly Simmons b. 23 Jul 1784. Need proof that Jeremiah was the son of John and Mary (Vickery) (Weston) Mitchell. John Mitchell participated in the battle of the "Margaretta" at Machias and was next one of the first settlers of
    Unity. Polly Simmons was the dau. of Libbeus Simmons, poss. of Troy. Jeremiah's birthplace has been a big stumbling block in this Mitchell line. Would appreciated any help at all.
    Reply to: Joan B. Brown
  • HARFORD: Looking for any information on HARFORD from Belfast. All I have is Frederick William Harford Born in Belfast, Maine no date (He was a Master Mariner). Married to Annie/or Amy M.(Maude?)paterson/or Patterson also born in Belfast, Maine Married November 15, 1897 Had at least 5 children Earl Fredrick Jr, Nell, Willis, Forrest and Goldie ( this might be a nickname) Thank You, Barbara Smith
    Reply to: Barbara Smith
April 17, 1997
  • STAPLES: Looking for ancestors of Sarah (Sally) STAPLES. She married Samuel TREVETT in about 1810. They lived in Frankfort, Waldo, ME. She is buried in Maple Grove Cem, Prospect, Waldo, ME. Where was she born, and who were her parents?
    Mailto:Bruce Bardes
  • WIGGIN: Need any family information on LUCRETTA WIGGIN b abt 1827 Freedom,ME and her parents FRANKLIN and HARRIET WIGGIN.
    Reply to: BETSY GRASSI
  • 4TH MAINE REGIMENT: I am currently researching the history of the 4th Maine Infantry Regiment,
    organized from Knox, Waldo and Lincoln Counties and mustered into Federal service in Rockland in May 1861. Any information concerning these men would be most helpful. I would be most grateful if you would post my request for information in the Waldo County Web Site.
    Reply to: Talbot Hackett
  • REED: I recently obtained copies of marriage & birth records for an ancestor born in MA. It listed his mother as AUGUSTA M. (Madora, I believe) REED b. abt 1847 in Prospect, ME. Family oral history said she was Native American, which may or may not be true. Can you possibly tell me where I may write to obtain a copy of her birth record? I have no idea if she was Native American which tribal group she would have been a part of, so whatever help you could give would be greatly appreciated. Also is there anyone who does lookups for the books listed in the bibliography for Waldo County? Thank you so much, Kathie
    Reply-To: Kathie & Steve Cunningham
  • JORDAN: Searching for the Parents of Isaac JORDAN Jr who married 23 May 1854 in Monroe, Sarah M. CUNNINGHAM. They had the following children all born in Monroe, William born 14 Aug 1856, Julia M. born 9 May 1858, and Isaac E. 3rd born 11 Apr 1860.
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March 17, 1997
  • SHAW: Seeking any relatives of Daniel Shaw (died 1913) and his wife, Sarah A Shaw (died 1923) possibly located in Waldo County,Maine.
    From: Preston Carpenter
  • WHITCOMB/HALL/ELWELL:Looking for information on the family of Achsah Whitcomb HALL
    (born April 12, 1821 in Thorndike, Waldo, Maine) to a man named HALL (nothing further known)
    and a woman named Achsah WHITCOMB. She married Ebeneezer Cobb ELWELL(born August 12, 1809 in New Gloucester, Cumberland, Maine). Their son, Benjamin Franklin ELWELL was born February 7, 1853 in Brooks, Waldo, Maine. They also had a son, John Bagley ELWELL, born January 12, 1844 in Brooks, a son Samuel Morgan ELWELL born November 15, 1855 in Brooks, and other children presumed born in Brooks: Charles ELWELL, Samuel ELWELL (3-3-1846), Lorenzo Eames ELWELL (3-20-1848), Horatio Littlefield ELWELL (4-27-1850), and Mary Catherine ELWELL (2-27-1859). Any information on these families is appreciated.
    Please respond to
March 15, 1997
  • WALLS/COTTRELL: Lucinda R Walls (b 1815 Jackson; d 1900 Lynn, MA)married Capt. Thomas P. Cottrell (ca 1815 Northport; d ????). They had Jefferson, Justin, Alfonso, Charles M. and Emma. They were in Belfast in 1850 and 1860. Who were Capt. Cottrell's parents and when/where did he die?
    Bob Bowers boblex@ma.ultranet.com
  • HUTCHINS/KIDDER: Looking for parents of William P Hutchings/Hutchins born c.1822 in Penobscot, Maine. Married Harriet Kidder born c. 1834 in Penobscot, Maine on 8 APR 1849 in Tremon, Tazewell Co. Illinois.
    Reply to: From: DSNC40A@prodigy.com (
  • BOWLER/BOLLER/BOWLWARE: Am researching the BOWLER/BOLLER/BOWLWARE family; William Ormskirk BOWLER was a British soldier b. 1760?; came to US during Revol. War; married Jane LANG/LANGE IN 1780?; children born in Palermo; family moved to Brown Co. OH then to Decatur Co., IN; d. after 1850.
    Reply to:
    April Robbins arobbins@csulb.edu
  • PARTRIDGE/POLAND:Thomas PARTRIDGE b ca 1795-1800 m Judith POLAND in or about Prospect
    Maine. One known son John Austin PARTRIDGE b 1842 in Searsport MAine
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    Mary Lou Harline mlharline@aol.com"
  • COOMBS: Ephraim Coombs, b Islesboro, Lincoln Co., 1776, d Islesboro, 9 Jan 1812, age 36. Father Anthony Coombs, mother Ruth Gatchell, md Sarah Richards of Bristol, Lincoln Co.need info on brothers,sisters; verification of parents info.
    Reply to:
    Doris Reecedreece1952@aol.com
  • Ephraim Coombs, b Islesboro, Lincoln Co., 1776, d Islesboro, 9 Jan 1812, age 36 father Anthony Coombs, mother Ruth Gatchell, md Sarah Richards of Bristol, Lincoln Co. need info on brothers,sisters; verification of parents info.
    Reply to:Mary Lou Harline mlharline@aol.com
  • VARNEY: My 2nd-great grandfather, Bradford Varney of Jonesboro, was shown in Jonesboro town records as born in Palermo (Jun, 1821). I have to date found only a Richard Varney, b. c. 1789, (w/ wife &quot;Leisa&quot;)in Palermo during this time period. Can you verify Bradford's parents names? Who were their parents?
    Reply to:
    Gil Varney, Jr. gevjr@micronet.net
  • OTT: looking for Ott family in Belfast,Camden or Rockland. Have Staples information.Thank you Jeanne Curtis.
    Reply to:
    Deborah H Carney hightops@acadia.net
  • WODCOCK: Looking for info on Ambrose WODCOCK born in Searsmont in 1818. Need info on his father and family possibly from Mass.
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  • TRUNDY/SMITH: Am looking for marriage of George TRUNDY and Theodate SMITH married in 1812 at KNOX PLANTATION. Have been unable to find any information on Knox Plantation, do you have any ideas on where to look?
    Reply to:
    John Pezzullo JPezzu4991@aol.com
March 1, 1997
  • GOODHUE: Looking for the birth record of Cora Goodhue, daughter of Freeman Goodhue and Susan Martin (granddaughter of Joseph Plumb Martin). Cora was born November 30, 1862 in Stockton Springs. Would you have any information? My wife, the ancestor of Joseph Plumb Martin, would like to join the DAR but needs a birth record for Cora Goodhue. Thanks for your help.
    Reply to: Paul and Dianne Germann 2008 Iris Drive Columbia, Missouri 65202 Phone: 573-445-3086
  • THOMPSON: Researching the family of Thomas Thompson, born about 17 Feb 1776; was a soldier in War of 1812; died 8 Nov 1853; resided at Montville, ME. Married to Mary (Polly) Gowen. They had at least 1 child, Thomas Thompson. Any help with any descendants of this family greatly appreciated. This is one of my wife's families and has had me stumped for years.
    Reply to: Jeff Linscott, RR1 Box 552 Lakeview Dr., So. China, ME 04358-9402 207-445-3970
  • LINSCOTT: Request information on the naming of Linscott Branch, a small creek that runs from Bowder Pond and Saban Pond south to Seepscot Pond. It crosses under Route 3 in Palermo, and for the most of the year, is usually dry. Researching all named Linscott. Any help would be appreciated.
    Reply to: Jeff Linscott, RR1 Box 552 Lakeview Dr., So. China, ME 04358-9402 207-445-3970
  • WOODCOCK: Seeking info on Ambrose Woodcock b Searsmont Me 1818. I believe this is the same Ambrose Woodcock on the 1850 census from the town of Levant in Penobscot co. He listed as being a physician with a wife Margaret and a daughter Sarah. Does anyone know of his parents or when he died? Any info would be apprciated.
    Please contact Allan Woodcock at
February 23, 1997
  • FOWLES/LADD: Searching for a Loren or Loring Fowles, born 1852 in Searsmont and his wife Nancy Ellen "Nellie" Ladd, born same year and town. Need info on parents. Loring and Nancy had following children: Frederick Hartson, Elmer Edwin, George H., Burton A., Milton L., and Bernard H., all born Belfast or Searsmont between 1874 and 1901.
    Reply to Debby Fowles
  • CLARK: Need any information concerning the Rev. John Clark who was buried in the Clark Cemetery at Prospect, Maine, died 1871 at the age of 78. His wife Elizabeth, who was born in 1796 and died 1887 at 91 years. I particularly need a list of their children. Am particularly seeking parentage of Nancy Jane Clark, b.12 Mar 1826 and married Calvin F. Whitney at Prospect, Me. 24 May 1847. Her father was a circuit preacher and that is all I know about her ancestry, except for the tintype photo I have picturing him holding his Bible.
    Reply to: Marion Whitney Leska
February 16, 1997
  • BARRETTSTOWN/DAVIS TOWN: In fact, I have traced the John Davis whom I believe is my ancestor
    to Barrettstown thanks to your information. Now I have what I hope are a couple of simple questions:
    Where exactly is (or was) Barrettstown? I can't seem to find it on my map of Maine. Also, I noticed that
    there is a Davis Town in the 1800 census. In researching the surname Davis, I can't help but be excited to hear of such a town. Do you have any further information about Davis Town or know of where I might be able to find more information for myself?
    Reply to: John Schaidler
  • PENDLETON/EATON: Please send information on Capt. Phineas Pendleton I and II. Do you have information on Capt. Hiram Eaton?
    Reply to: Donna
  • PARTRIDGE/POLAND: Thomas PARTRIDGE b ca 1795-1800 m Judith POLAND in or about Prospect
    Maine. One known son John Austin PARTRIDGE b 1842 in Searsport Maine.
    Reply to: Doris Reece
  • COOMBS/GATCHELL: Ephraim Coombs, b Islesboro, Lincoln Co., 1776, d Islesboro, 9 Jan 1812, age 36 father Anthony Coombs, mother Ruth Gatchell, md Sarah Richards of Bristol, Lincoln Co. need info on brothers,sisters; verification of parents info.
    Reply to: Mary Lou Harline
  • EATON: Am looking for Theophilus, Moses, Benjamin and Amaziah Eaton. All from either Sedgewick or Deer Island, ME. Also, Patience Bridges and Abigail Fellows, the wives of Moses and Theophilus. Can you help? I couldn't access the census for these two places. Do you have any ideas for me?
    Reply to: susannah stewart
  • BRADFORD/BACHELDOR: Searching for info on Elijah BRADFORD, b1817, Camden.Married , as his second wife, Eliza Ann BACHELDOR, b.1838, Thorndike or Mercer. Marriage Intentions; 23 June 1856. Her birth place? Parents? Children? also verification of marriage.
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  • BRADFORD/THOMPSON: Information on Joseph BRADFORD, father. B. 16 Mar 1784, Rockport. Also on mother, Elinor THOMPSON, B.1785, Megunticook(Actually listed as Medumcook). Marriage Intentions 23 June 1856. Their parents? Other children?
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  • BAKERSTOWN PLANTATION: Where was the exact location of the Bakerstown Plantation?
    Reply to: Angelina Bittues
  • ELLIS/STAPLES: I am searching for the parents of Pininah ELLIS, b. 1791, d. 1876, married Miles Staples May 14, 1812, in Stockton (Prospect). (This Miles is the son of Jotham Staples, who is also son of Miles and Sarah - a brother to your John!) I did note a Levi and a Manoni Ellis on the 1800 census on your website. There's probably a connection there.
    Reply to: Georgeia Mangione
  • PARSONS/HAMILTON: I am also searching for any information relation to Josiah PARSONS, (b. 15 May 1817, d. 20 Apr, 1882) who married Margaret HAMILTON (b. 7 March 1825, d. 9 Feb, 1907) They came to Stockton Springs after their marriage in Isle Au Haut and both died in Stockton Springs.
    Reply to: Georgeia Mangione
  • HOWARD: Willard HOWARD b. abt 1782 in ME. Married 2 Mar 1803/7 in Isleboro, Waldo Co., ME to Mercy TOOTHAKER b. 1779 in Harpswell, Cumberland Co., ME. Daughter of Nathaniel and Ruth (Coombs) TOOTHAKER.Their children were: Mercy md. John WHITTEN, Elson Lacefield md. Mary Crockett HIBBARD, Mehitable md. Aaron KIMBALL, Ruth md. Mr. WHITTEN, Sabina Jane md. Eli SKEERS, Eliza md. David THOMPSON, Albert md. Jedidah BEACH, and Almira md. Alexander KIRK. This family migrated form Waldo Co., ME to Muskingum Co., OH by 1838 and then to Jefferson Co., IA by 1852. Would like to share information on this family.
    Reply to: dmerrill@fastlane.net Donna.Merrill@fastlane.net
  • TOOTHAKER: Nathaniel TOOTHAKER b. 23 Dec 1749 in Harpswell, Cumberland Co.,ME son of Ebenezer and Mary/Mercy (Hall) TOOTHAKER. He married 24 Oct 1782 in Harpswell, Cumberland Co., ME to Ruth COOMBS daugher of Anthony and Ruth (Getchell) COOMBS. Thier children were: Marcy/Mary md. Willard HOWARD, Bethia md. Frederick SCHNERINGER, Polly md. Nathaniel EVANS, and John md. Beersheba TRIMM. The latter two childrren were born in Waldo Co., ME. All the children were married in Waldo Co., ME. Would like to share information on this family.
    Reply to:
    dmerrill@fastlane.net <Donna.Merrill@fastlane.net>
  • DOLLOF/BROWN: Seeking the parents of both Daniel B DOLLOF Sr and Sarah E BROWN. Daniel was born about 1811/12 in Maine and is buried Thorndike, ME. Sarah was born 12 Oct 1822 in New Brunswick, Canada and died 7 Sep 1867. Children: Daniel B DOLLOF Jr who was born 2 Aug 1842 in Wicklow, New Brunswick and died 9 May 1909, buried in Thorndike, ME. His wife was Asenath Haskell PENDLETON
    Sarah Elizabeth Dollof born 1844/1845
    James W Dollof born 1846/1847
    Wilbert Dollof born 1850
    Mary Dollof born 1853
    John Dollof born 1855

    Reply to: David Sylvester, PO Box 135, Searsport, Maine 04974 davids@agate.net
  • DYER: I have reason to believe that the following George DYER was a son of Levi DYER and Serviah SPRAGUE, though I don't have proof. Levi was born to William "the younger" DYER and Elizabeth SMALL(EY) and was christened 12 Nov 1738 in Truro, MA. He married Serviah daughter of Abiel and Hannah SPRAGUE on 2 Jan 1761 in Scarboro, ME and died 16 Apr 1798 at Cape Elizabeth, ME.
    Children of Levi and Serviah (if my sources are correct):
    George DYER Sr born 1774/1775, died 28 Jun 1838 at Thorndike, ME. Married 15 May 1799 at Winslow, ME. to Antiope PATTEE. After her death he married Lydia Still.
    Dolly Dyer Married Daniel Ridley Jr on 21 Nov 1799. In any case I'd like to find the parents of George DYER or find proof that the above is true. Here is some further information on George DYER:
    George DYER b. 1770/75, m. 15 May 1799, in Winslow, ME, Antiope PATTEE, b. ABT 1780, Vassalboro, ME, (daughter of Ebenezer PATTEE and Mary STINSON) d. 13 Aug 1825, Thorndike, ME.
    i Mary S Dyer b. 17 Sep 1801, Thorndike, ME.
    ii LEVI Dyer b. 17 Feb 1804, Thorndike, ME.
    iii Benjamin Dyer b. 29 Oct 1806, Thorndike, ME.
    iv George Dyer b. 10 Aug 1807, Thorndike, ME.
    v Relief Dyer b. 5 Jun 1809, Thorndike, ME.
    vi Abigail Dyer b. 6 Jun 1811, Thorndike, ME.
    vii Sylvia Dyer b. 15 Mar 1813, Thorndike, ME.
    viii Jane Dyer b. 4 Apr 1815, Thorndike, ME.
    ix William Dyer b. 2 May 1817, Thorndike, ME.
    x John Colby Dyer b. 18 Oct 1819, Thorndike, ME.
    xi Ebenezer Dyer b. 26 Dec 1821, Thorndike, ME.

    Reply to: David Sylvester, PO Box 135, Searsport, Maine 04974 davids@agate.net
  • HASKELL: Looking for parents of Alice A HASKELL. Alice A HASKELL b. 20 Mar 1841, Unity, ME, m. 28 Sep 1865, in Thorndike, ME, Parris DYER, b. 2 May 1840, Thorndike, ME, (son of Levi DYER and Mary Jane HARMON) d. 11 Sep 1929, bur: Thorndike, ME. Alice died 8 Jan 1911, bur: Thorndike, ME.
    Children: i Edgar Willis DYER b. 30 Sep 1867, ME, m. Anna May DOLLOFF, b. 21 Sep 1874, ME,
    (daughter of Daniel B DOLLOFF and Asenath Haskell PENDLETON) d. 20 Jan 1916,
    Thorndike, ME, bur: Thorndike, ME. Edgar died 3 Apr 1931, Belfast, ME, bur: Thorndike, ME.
    ii Minnie Dyer b. 1872.
    iii Lewis Berton Dyer b. 20 Nov 1882.

    Reply to: David Sylvester, PO Box 135, Searsport, Maine 04974 davids@agate.net http://www.agate.net/~davids/geneal.html
  • COCHRAN: Seeking parents of Randall Nelson COCHRAN. His mother's name was Esther. Randall was born 14 Aug 1836 in Palermo, ME and died 14 Jun 1905. His wife was Phebe Elizabeth GLIDDEN who was born 11 May 1840 in Carmel, ME. the daughter of William Stinson GLIDDEN and Rosanna DUNHAM.Children:
    Linnie Belle Cochran born 24 May 1861
    ______ Cochran
    Ira Nelson Cochran born Apr 1865 died 16 Apr 1933
    Evelyn Lissie COCHRAN born 20 Apr 1868 in Etna, ME. missing 1917.
    Spouse of Dummer Michael SYLVESTER who she married 4 Jul 1891.
    George Manton Cochran born Nov 1871 died 11 Nov 1938
    Guy Milton Cochran born 8 Jan 1881

    Reply to: David Sylvester, PO Box 135, Searsport, Maine 04974 davids@agate.net http://www.agate.net/~davids/geneal.html
  • BLACK/STOWERS: am putting together all of the descendants of Henry Black. I have several gernerations but have data for many others that should fit into this line. I have been working on the descendants of Daniel Black of Boxford MA as well (Bangor area and Hancock County Blacks) and also descendants of Colonel John Black of Ellsworth most of which moved to the Boston area. Do you have any data on Henry Black's father John (Chelsea) and his parents?
    Reply to: Darryl Rowles drowles@servecom.picker.com or
  • HARVEY: Looking for all information regarding Harvey ancestors and allied families. John HARVEY of Northport m. Lucy KNOWLTON of Northport in 1789. Son(s) Joseph HARVEY of Swanville m. Elizabeth "Betsey" SMITH in 1820. His brother William HARVEY of Swanville, m. Mary E. CURTIS of Swanville. Their sister, Lucinda HARVEY of Swanville m. Clinton NASH of Swanville in 1827 and sister Jane M. HARVEY of Lincolnville m. William RANKIN of Lincolnville in 1818. Other allied families include Sarah WARREN of Islesboro or Vinalhaven, SEEKINS of Swanville, and BOWEN of Searsport.
    Reply to: Randall W. Harvey,1348 Ranchwood Dr.,Clearwater, FL 34624 or e-mail at RanHarv@aol.com
  • KNOWLTON: My ancestor, REUBEN KNOWLTON, whose family originated in Wenham, MA, came to the Northport area in c1785. According to the 1790 census,Reuben came from Londonderry, NH. I have found no proof to support the NH origins. He and his family lived in Northport near Reuben's brothers THOMAS and WILLIAM. Reuben died c1803, survived by his second wife, Sarah "Sally" French. Prior to his death, Reuben's children had moved to Goose Pond (now Swanville). This is the location of the family cemetery. Do you have any knowledge of this family? What of the NH origination? Reuben had served in the Rev War. Do you know of this wife's burial? I have been unable to locate Reuben's burial location. Do other sources exist for research other than 1790, 1800, 1810 censuses and town vital records?
    Generations later...Searching for any info re: WILLIAM HENRY KNOWLTON, resident of Swanville and Belfast. bn 1818, Swanville, ME; d. Nov 1890, Belfast, ME. Married 1)Sarah Allen (d. April 1844); 2) Betsey Bruce (d. Dec 1898). I believe he served in Civil War - perhaps Co G, 30th Maine Reg...???? Any ideas or clues....Thank you for your time and energy in this matter. Primary source research is a bit difficult 3000 miles away. I must plan a visit soon...Any help is most appreciated.

    Reply-To: Andrew E. Reno" <areno@earthlink.net>areno@earthlink.net
  • POTTLE: We are looking for any Pottle descendants or people with information on any Pottle family in
    Waldo County. We have a database of around 3900 Pottles, some who settled in Waldo County towns of Belfast, Knox, Searsmont, Palermo and Waldo.
    Please contact: Donna L. Cook-Lambright at
  • WALLS/CARTER: Seeking info on William Walls b ca 1785 MA? d 20 Aug 1833 Montville, ME; m Sally Carter b ca 1787 Woburn? MA d ca 1845 Montville, ME. They had: Mary Jane, Sally, Lucinda, Jacob Roberts (twin), Nathaniel Eels (twin) and Mary Eels. William's parents elude us. Sally Carter's birth tentatively thought to be 21 April 1787, Woburn, Middlesex Co., MA., dau James and Lucy Carter. Would appreciate any info on this family. Thanks much for your efforts. . . . . . .
    Please contact: Bob Bowers, Lexington, MA at boblex@ma.ultranet.com
  • GILKEY: I am interested in finding more info about the Gilkey family. I descend from James Gilkey b. abt 1710 in Ireland to John Gilkey b. 1764 in ME, to Ebenezer Gilkey b. 1790 in ME to Caroline Gilkey b. 1838 in OH. I noticed you have the Gilkey's as Sea Captains... do you have additional info?
    Paulette Delano Dias
    paulette@america.net From: PAULETTE DIAS <paulette@America.Net>
  • HARRIMAN: I'm searching for info on DUSTIN R. HARRIMAN. Born 1830(?). Married Ellen (Elen?) Rand. Daughter, Grace Ella Harriman, born 1864 in Frankfort. I have photographs of Dustin Harriman in what appears to be a naval/sea captain uniform. There are also photos (of the family) during his latter years which have the name of a photographic studio in Searsport inscribed on them. Is he, indeed, one of the Harrimans in your source?? Any information at all which you can give me - or lead me to - will be most thankfully appreciated!!!! I have no biographical info about him or his wife or their parents and really wish to learn more (and be able to tell my father about it!). Thanks again.
    Reply to: wilcox@MIT.EDU (Karen Wilcox)
  • BITHER: I am researching the Peter Bither-Byther who was born in Portsmouth, England about 1753. He married Eunice Strout at Cape Elizabeth Feb. 4, 1777. They had eleven children and lived in Limington, Limerick, Unity and Freedom. Peter died in Freedom, March 1827. I am looking for marriage records, death certificates etc... Any assistance would be very appreciated. I maybe reached:
    Please contact
    Sandra Bither Fitzgerald fitz777@oncentric.net
    1010 South Franklin Denver, Colorado 80209 303-722-8336
  • PAGE: Researching Nathan PAGE of Jackson, Waldo, ME and all descendents. Where was he born and who were his parents? Nathan was a Revolutionary War soldier and received his pension from Jackson until his death in 1840. He was born in 1768, allegedly in Concord, Massachusetts. He married Hepzibeth HUNT in Rindge, NH and had Jonathan Foster PAGE in Cabot, VT in 1799. I struggle to chase him from Massachusetts to Maine through NH and VT. Any help appreciated. THANKS.
    Jennifer Montgomery jlms@teleport.com
  • NEALLEY: Researching Joseph NEALLEY of Monroe, Waldo, ME and all descendents. Where was he born and who were his parents? Know very little, only a possible background in New Hampshire. Md Cynthia and had Susan Bowdoin NEALLEY in Monroe, Waldo, ME, in 1801. Any help appreciated. THANKS.
    Please contact
    Jennifer Montgomery jlms@teleport.com
  • SMITH/BOWEN: Looking for information about the lineage of Abigail Smith who married in Belfast, ME.--Samuel Bowen. Abigail was born abt 1791? was from Washington, ME on the marriage information. Any help you can be, I will be greatful. P>S> The Belfast laundrymat is wonderful =:)
    Please contact Jennie Lee
  • THOMPSON/STOWERS/STAPLES: Looking for ancestors of Robert Thompson of Frankfort (then Hancock Co.). Married either (or both) Elizabeth Stowers or Theodocia Staples c1800.
    Please contact
    Jane Ciosek