Websites Maintained by MGS Members
We encourage you to visit these websites of our members – perhaps you can find a Maine connection!
And, if you are a member of Maine Genealogical Society and have a genealogical website, let us list it here for you. Simply e-mail the web address to our webmaster or to firstname.lastname@example.org. We want to help you connect with others exploring your family branches.
A site about the 27th Maine Infantry of the Civil War. Member John Dow is writing biographical sketches on each (hopefully) of the 949 soldiers that served in this regiment, nearly all enlisting from York County. The index of all their names is up, and I am in the process of typing up and posting the bio’s that I’ve written so far (perhaps 300+) website of John Dow, Barrington, New Hampshire.
Website of Arlene L. Brown Ackermann. Includes the following family histories: The Descendants of Capt. John Ayers of Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts; The Descendants of James Blackwood of Belfast, Ireland and Dennysville and Pembroke, Maine; The Descendants of Andrew Brown, Sr. of Devonshire, England and Black Point, Maine; The Descendants of Ferdinando Huff/Hough; The Descendants of Claude Prunier of Malzeville, Meurthe-et-Moselle, France; and The Descendants of Thomas and Deborah(?) Skillings of England, Gloucester, Massachusetts, and Falmouth, Maine
Websites of Diane Dellamano Brakeley
A genealogy blog by Pam Schaffner
Website of Pam Stone Eagleson, CG
Website of Sandra Ruffing documenting the Descendants of Peter Garland (the mariner) and Associated Families (Ruffing, Carr, Coleman and Flores/Bernardo.
Website of Norman Jordan
Websites of Nancy (Coffin) Lecompte
In February 2010, Nancy announced a new blog devoted to Native American Research titled Gwilodwôgan. I will be eploring what is known about families with potential Native American heritage in the Northeast, one family at a time.
The Stevens Clan & 4 Generations of Ancestors covering her Irish Burns/Sullivan and English Stevens/Perry lines found in Lewiston, Auburn, and Minot area of Maine; Proctor Family of Maine including a brief history of Early Falmouth (Portland) with 1775 Map and our family involvement in the Salem Witch Trials; Samuel Proctor Descendants (Ancestry.com) and Samuel Proctor of Maine (MyHeritage.com) – Descendants of Samuel Proctor (1685-1765) of Lynn, MA & Falmouth, ME attempting to identify and document at least 4 generations of descendants; My Patriot Ancestors: a brief accounting of the military service of my ancestors during the American Revolution with notes on important events, etc.; The 6th (7th) Massachusetts Regiment of the Continental Line: a story of Maine Men serving at Cherry Valley and in the Sullivan Campaign in the New York Theatre of War; The Cherry Valley Massacre – November 11th, 1778: an account of the event and identity of the soldiers who died or were taken captive by the British and their Indian Allies. Ne-Do-Ba: Your home for Accurate Historical & Genealogical Information Concerning the Wabanaki People of the Northeast.
A member organization that, through PastPerfect Museum software has over 9,000 records to view, including over 5,000 images.
Website of Carol P. McCoy, Ph.D.
A Baker of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, in 1658. By 1729, Edward’s grandson, Edward (Nathaniel’s son), had migrated to Arundel / Biddeford, Maine. Many Melchers descend from Joseph and Samuel (the presumed sons of grandson Edward) who were living in Brunswick / Topsham in 1757. Although claimed in several publications, the relationship of Joseph and Samuel to Edward has not yet been proven. This is the website of Tom Doherty
The website of Dale W. Mower
The personal website of Roland Rhoades – Genealogist, Historian, Time Traveler specializing in Maine families.
Peter Staple of Kittery in the County of Yorke Featuring Staple(s), Wood(s), Boyd, Cann and their kindred families. This is the website of Art Staples
Some great resource material – gravestone photographs and transcriptions, census, directories – and information about the BECKIM family ob Bridgewater and Bloomfield, New Brunswick, Canada. The website of Darlene Walsh.