The Maine Genealogist 2016 (Volume 38)


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The Maine Genealogist is the quarterly scholarly journal of the MGS.  It is published in February, May, August and November each year. Volume 38 is available to purchase as a set and includes the following articles and contributions: February: William Briggs of Tauton, Walpole, and Stoughton, Massachusetts, and Augusta, Maine, and his Children by Eben W. Graves and Norman D. Eaton Fallen into Distress: The Treatment of Paupers in Maine Towns in the Nineteenth Century by Sally Furber Nelson Marital Reconciliation? contributed by Michael F. Dwyer Caring For The Poor, South Berwick, Maine 1814-1880 by Ralph Wadleigh Jr. The Windham, Maine, Almshouse Rules by Carol Prescott McCoy “Inhabitants Of Your Town Have Become Charegable In This City As Paupers” The Family of Sylvia (Drew) (Hersey) *Ash) Severance by Joseph C. Anderson May: Searching For Parents Among Friends: Mary Tripp, Wife of Job Hall, of Poland, Maine by Michael F. Dwyer The Barque Isidore of Kennebunk, Maine: Genealogy of a Shipwreck by Priscilla Eaton Philip Hubbard of Kittery and Shapleigh, Maine: His Life, His Family, and Their Migrations by Edward G. Hubbard August: The Families of Samuel and Nathaniel Cummings of Hallowell and Augusta, Maine by Joseph C. Anderson II The Husbands of Sarah Jane Knowles of Maine: William H. Goss, Albert Burrill and Greenfield Prince Hall by Eben W. Graves Bible Record of Benjamin Bradford of Sumner, Maine contributed by Harlan R. Jessup Philip Hubbard of Kittery and Shapleigh, Maine: His life, His Family, and Their Migrations (continued) by Edward G. Hubbard Lincoln County Will Abstracts Articles for consideration in The Maine Genealogist should be sent to the editor.  More information about the Maine Genealogist can be found on the following page: