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1915 graduation program of Yarmouth High School at Yarmouth, Maine. Graduation Exercises of Yarmouth High School Class of Nineteen Hundred and Fifteen at the First Parish Church, Yarmouth, Friday afternoon, June Eighteen at...
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1873 letter from John Owen Patten, "Johnnie", at Bath, Maine, to his friend Amory McLellan Houghton, who was on a voyage and had sent John letters from Liverpool and London, England.  The Pattens and Houghtons were seafaring ...
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1883 Highway Surveyor's Book of James P. Pottle of Perry, Maine, "One of the Surveyors of Highways in the town of Perry, District No. 1.". The book, approximately 6-3/4" x 4-1/4" and with 20 pages, was printed in 1880 by Hoyt...
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February 13, 1853 letter from Annette at Portland, Maine, to her cousin.  From clues in the letter, it appears that Annette was Annette Maria Dearborn; her cousin was presumably Almira Augusta Daggett of Greene, Maine. No sur...
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Letter dated January 25, 1872 sent from Oliver M. Jones at Canton Point, Maine, to his mother, Arabella R. (Newman) Jones and sister, Eliza Ann Jones at 29 Magazine Street, Boston, Massachusetts.  Arabella had apparently rece...
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1879-1880s autograph album that belonged to Daniel Morrison Rowe of Belmont, New Hampshire, while he was attending school at New Hampton, New Hampshire. The album measures approximately 8" by 5" and contains the sentiments ...
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1915 graduation program of Yarmouth High School at Yarmouth, Maine. Graduation Exercises of Yarmouth High School Class of Nineteen Hundred and Fifteen at the First Parish Church, Yarmouth, Friday afternoon, June Eighteen at...
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1873 letter from John Owen Patten, "Johnnie", at Bath, Maine, to his friend Amory McLellan Houghton, who was on a voyage and had sent John letters from Liverpool and London, England.  The Pattens and Houghtons were seafaring ...
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1883 Highway Surveyor's Book of James P. Pottle of Perry, Maine, "One of the Surveyors of Highways in the town of Perry, District No. 1.". The book, approximately 6-3/4" x 4-1/4" and with 20 pages, was printed in 1880 by Hoyt...
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February 13, 1853 letter from Annette at Portland, Maine, to her cousin.  From clues in the letter, it appears that Annette was Annette Maria Dearborn; her cousin was presumably Almira Augusta Daggett of Greene, Maine. No sur...
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Letter dated January 25, 1872 sent from Oliver M. Jones at Canton Point, Maine, to his mother, Arabella R. (Newman) Jones and sister, Eliza Ann Jones at 29 Magazine Street, Boston, Massachusetts.  Arabella had apparently rece...
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North Andover Historical Society, North Andover, Massachusetts
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The North Andover Historical Society contacted me to see if I would be willing to do a post about their Society. Since I have a few ancestor

TIMOTHY GALVIN - PART II
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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.

Threads of Memory 10: Britain's Star for Charlotte Henson
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# 10: Britain's Star by Jean Stanclift Twelve years after the U.S. Civil War was over, an English woman described in her diary a "most inter

The Names Of The Persons Receiving Early Land Grants At Ipswich, Massach...
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Last year, while in Ipswich, my husband and I toured the Ipswich Museum. One of the first things to catch my eye was a wall hanging, listing

THE PORTLAND TRANSCRIPT, May 10, 1873
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MAINE MATTERS SOMERSET Ex-Governor Coburn is steadily recovering. Bernard Cromwell, an eccentric bachelor, of Skowhegan died lately at the a

There Is A Lot to Like About Lowell -- #3 Post
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"There Is A Lot to Like About Lowell" is the city slogan. The Beauty of the Lowell Cemetery The Lowell Cemetery is one of my most favorite p

Saturday Serendipity (September 6, 2014)
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1. UpFront With NGS has an interesting post with links to a Newsweek article and another article discussing how analysis of family photos mi

Memorial Tablets, Revolutionary War and Civil War, Stow, Massachusetts
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These Tablets Are Erected by the Town of Stow on its Two Hundredth Anniversary May 16, 1883 in Commemoration of the Valor and Devotion of it

eBay and Genealogy
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Some of us know you don’t have to leave home to shop or even do our genealogy research. But do we all know about the treasure chest of genea

1871 Census of Canada and the Other Schedules
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The 1871 Census of Canada is an unusual census in that when it was first photographed onto microfilm only Schedule 1, Nominal return of the

Miles Ward and his wife Sarah Massey Ward -- Salem, Massachusetts (Tombs...
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Miles Ward "Ward, Miles Born March 11, 1672 Died August 30, 1764 age 92 years. The son of Joshua and Hannah (Flint) and husband of Sarah (Ma

Iberian R1b Y-DNA: First Movers in Europe
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The disputed origins of haplogroup R1b, most commonly thought of as Celtic, remains split between Iberia prior to the end of the last ice ag

Happy 5th Blogoversary to Me!
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This photo is from our anniversary dessert at the Fairmont Empress Hotel in Victoria, Canada I started this blog on July 27, 2009 with a sto

AMC’s ‘Turn’:Lively Fiction, But Tenuous Connections to Fact | The New Y...
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Oh, dear. What a disappointment. Many who were thrilled by the news that the AMC Channel was creating “Turn”, a television series to tell th

The 169th Anniversary of the First Woman Executed by Hanging
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It was 169 years ago today that Elizabeth Reed was taken from the Lawrence County jail, riding on top of her coffin, to be hanged for the mu

Preserving the Past Using Techniques from the Past
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In the seventeenth century, two settlements in Massachusetts grew up right next to each other. Cambridge and Boston were separated, however,

Weird Search Terms 2014
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Search Term My Comment “five carnals of corn” giggle and blush list all the WWII soldiers In my spare time geneo.ogy really? Londondairy Moo