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February 13, 1837 handwritten document written at Phililps, Maine, where A. Pease promises to pay W. Norton, or U. Norton, $1.80. The document measures just under 8" by 2-14". A. Pease may have been Albert Pease, who was b...
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February 13, 1837 handwritten document written at Phililps, Maine, where A. Pease promises to pay W. Norton, or U. Norton, $1.80. The document measures just under 8" by 2-14". A. Pease may have been Albert Pease, who was b...
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1854 highway assessment document for a portion of the town of Avon, Maine, directed to Joseph B. Grover, highway surveyor of that portion. The document is signed by Avon assessors: Sheldon H. Beal John Phillips Click on an...
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Quitclaim deed between seller James Towle of Freeman, Maine, and Joseph B. Grover of Avon, Maine, regarding a parcel of land at Avon, Maine, witnessed by Samuel Ricker [not sure of his surname] and signed in the presence of J...
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February 13, 1837 handwritten document written at Phililps, Maine, where A. Pease promises to pay W. Norton, or U. Norton, $1.80. The document measures just under 8" by 2-14". A. Pease may have been Albert Pease, who was b...
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Alexander MacKay, my third great grandfather, arrived in Canada from the Scottish Highlands as a young man of 29. A few years later, when he

2 Blanchard Brothers, Tiffany, First Buried, Stone Bridge, Leno, Andover...
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Edmund B. Clayton, my 1st cousin 5x removed, was born on this date in 1833, in Freeman, Maine, the third of ten children born to Bartholomew

The Book and the Old House, What A Find!
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In April, I discovered two new lines, that of Stearns and Manning. While at the Chelmsford Library in Massachusetts, a big orange book looke

The Genetic Legacy of British India - the FIBIS DNA Project
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The Dudley Garden Memorial at Harvard College, Massachusetts
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If I had stumbled a upon a charming garden, located within the walls of Harvard College, I would have been thrilled. But because the garden

North Andover Historical Society, North Andover, Massachusetts
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Timothy Galvin was born in County Clare, Ireland located in the Mid-West Region, also part of the province of Munster, on February 2, 1776.