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Maureen Taylor is coming to Maine!  Please share with anyone you know who may be interested.
LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER... You don't have to be a member to join us, but MGS members do enjoy a discount at this and other events & publications... The annual Maine Genealogical Spring Workshop is one day, deep dive sessi...
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New Book on Windham, ME History
Time for a good book? If you're interested in Windham history, you may enjoy reading Kay Soldier's latest book about Windham's "Northeast Road" -- the old time name for Route 202 or Gray Road. Read about the old Revolunary soldiers who settled in the Easter...
Time for a good book? If you're interested in Windham history, you may enjoy reading Kay Soldier's latest book about Windham's "Northeast Road" -- the old time name for Route 202 or Gray Road. Read about the old Revolunary so...
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Call For Papers
Proposals for talks are now being accepted for the MGS Fall Conference, September 13, 2014, at Jeff’s Catering in Brewer. There are three openings for one-hour presentations. Speaker compensation is $100 plus registration and lunch the day of the conference...
Proposals for talks are now being accepted for the MGS Fall Conference, September 13, 2014, at Jeff’s Catering in Brewer. There are three openings for one-hour presentations. Speaker compensation is $100 plus registration and...
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Query; Mary FERNALD
Seeking the parents of Mary FERNALD b. 20 Jun 1753, Kittery, ME; d. bef 1830, m. 10 Jan 1773, Daniel FIELD in Kittery, ME. Any help is appreciated. Please email: knighthawk5@roadrunner.com
Seeking the parents of Mary FERNALD b. 20 Jun 1753, Kittery, ME; d. bef 1830, m. 10 Jan 1773, Daniel FIELD in Kittery, ME. Any help is appreciated. Please email: knighthawk5@roadrunner.com
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Query: BEALE/PERCIVAL
Emeline BEALE PERCIVAL born about 1818. 1830 married Gordon Percival in Bangor.
Some trees show parents as Horatio and Elizabeth/Julia. Others as Isaac and Elizabeth Stevens. None seem to have supporting documentation.
Emeline died 1874, buried in Hudson,...
Emeline BEALE PERCIVAL born about 1818. 1830 married Gordon Percival in Bangor. Some trees show parents as Horatio and Elizabeth/Julia. Others as Isaac and Elizabeth Stevens. None seem to have supporting documentation. Emelin...
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Last Week to Register for the 2014 MGS Spring Workshop
LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER ... You don't have to be a member to join us, but MGS members do enjoy a discount at this and other events & publications... The annual Maine Genealogical Spring Workshop is one day, deep dive session into a specific aspect of geneal...
LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER... You don't have to be a member to join us, but MGS members do enjoy a discount at this and other events & publications... The annual Maine Genealogical Spring Workshop is one day, deep dive sessi...
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Query: Hannah CHELLIS
I am looking to help with a brick wall.... Hannah CHELLIS, wife of Samuel BOOTHBY (16 Dec 1794 in Limerick, York, Maine - 20 Dec 1860 in Limington, York, Maine), and mother of Charles, Asa, Sophia, John, and George.  I believe she is the daughter of David C...
I am looking to help with a brick wall.... Hannah CHELLIS, wife of Samuel BOOTHBY (16 Dec 1794 in Limerick, York, Maine - 20 Dec 1860 in Limington, York, Maine), and mother of Charles, Asa, Sophia, John, and George.  I believ...
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Query: SCANLIN/SCANLAN/SCANLON
Searching for ancestors/descendants of Patrick SCANLIN b. 1819 (1822?), Dannygal or Sligo Co. Ireland, d. after 1871, Parish of St. James, Charlotte Co., New Brunswick, Canada.  His wife Anna MEREDITH/MERDITH b. 1826, _, Scotland, d. between 1865 and 1870, ...
Searching for ancestors/descendants of Patrick SCANLIN b. 1819 (1822?), Dannygal or Sligo Co. Ireland, d. after 1871, Parish of St. James, Charlotte Co., New Brunswick, Canada.  His wife Anna MEREDITH/MERDITH b. 1826, _, Scot...
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Query: ROBBINS, Jonathan
Jonathan ROBBINS b abt. 1740) lived on the Fox Islands (North Haven Island) pre-Revolutionary War. Per The History Of Vinalhaven  he was from Dedham, MA. Is he the descendant of the William ROBBINS who lived in Walpole in 1638? This Jonathan then had, presu...
Jonathan ROBBINS b abt. 1740) lived on the Fox Islands (North Haven Island) pre-Revolutionary War. Per The History Of Vinalhaven he was from Dedham, MA. Is he the descendant of the William ROBBINS who lived in Walpole in 1638...
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Back By Popular Demand: Silhouette Artist, Ruth Monsell
Ruth Monsell of Artful Heirlooms, noted Maine silhouette artist, will be a
vendor at our September 21 workshop in Brewer . Ruth has been...
Ruth Monsell of Artful Heirlooms, noted Maine silhouette artist, will be a vendor at our September 21 workshop in Brewer. Ruth has been quickly capturing excellent likenesses in cut paper for over three decades. Sittings take...
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If you're not familiar with Ruth's work, check out her website: http://www.artfulheirlooms.com and view some examples of her silhouette work.
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The Maine Genealogical Society (MGS) is a non-profit charitable and educational organization. It was founded in 1976 to collect, exchange, preserve, and publish genealogical records, related documents, and information; and to promote and encourage interest and scholarship in genealogy and family history of the State of Maine.

We do this work in a variety of ways. There are nearly 70 titles in our Special Publications collection including vital records transcriptions for more than two dozen of Maine's early towns, family sketches of nearly 1/2 the families enumerated across the state as part of the 1790 federal census, and various church, mariage and probate records from across the State.

We support at least one major conference each September, which includes multiple tracks of learning so there is something for everyone, vendor and open discussion areas and features a well known national speaker. We also offer a smaller workshop each spring that dives into a more specific topic in greater detail.  In addition to the events of this organization, we support a number of chapters across the State which generally focus on reseatrch more localized in their area.

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