Maine Genealogical Society


Chapter Member - Email Address
Surnames Being Researched

Maxine R. Brown - 
Brown from New Brunswick, MA & ME and Fletcher, Ferguson & Frazier from New Brunswick & ME

*Cheryl Willis Patten -
Frederic(ck)(cks), Farrand as well as Starks, ME

*Joanne Page -
Russell, Follett, Lancaster, Longley

*Melanie Farmer -
Stockbridge, Judkins, Morse, Richardson, Bernier, Marquis, Labrecque, Roy, Lis

*Raymond T. Wing - 
Wing, Sanborn, also early settlers of Embden, ME

*Flossie Harnden Dere -
Dere Harnden, Masterman, Buker, Carleton and families living in Avon, Phillips and Weld

*Jim King -
Burr, Kirby, Soule, King, and Flaherty

*Deb Probert -
Tripp, Sturtevant, Hollis, Fogg, Leavitt, Lancaster, Meservy, Teague, Hiscock/Hescock, Knight, Storey, Tilton, Fuller, Hood, Boothby, Heald, Merrill, Knowles, Fern(e), Cobb, Bonney, Heald, Probert

*Judith (Cheney) Granger -

Kittery area: Gerrish, Pepperrell, Frost, Frisbee, Deering, Eliot, Heard, Libby, Jackson, Staples, Bachilor/Bachelder

Auburn/Danville/Gray: Small, Austin, White, Pride, Hobbs

Falmouth: Leighton, Hall

Judy’s Research Project names: re early 1800s Anti-Slavery Societies and free Black families:
Samuel Henry Davis & Prudence, &  Sam, William, Matthias, John, Francisco, Nancy, of Temple
Abbot and Perkins of Weld, Temple, Farmington, Hallowell
Titcomb, of Farmington

Black families:
Pomp and Margaret Russell, son Peter of Weld
Peter Russell and Prudence Davis, of Weld and Temple


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