|Scott Leonard (#47229103)|
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San Francisco-based genealogist. Feel free to use my images in your family research. Any written composition in my blog - please accredit your use of same by quoting me, and link to my blog site. Thanks.|
Would love to discuss the following lines in New England:
-Leonard (Portraine Ireland to Portland Maine)
-Fuller (Mayflower to Lowell, Mass and Maine)
-Petersen (Aalborg and Copenhagen Denmark to Westbrook Maine)
-Morgan (Waldo County Maine and Rutland Vermont)
-Mortensen (Svendborg Denmark to Berlin, New Hampshire)
-Clark/Clarke (Jamestown Settlement to East Haddam, Connecticut and Maine)
-Tooker (Lyme Connecticut)
-Temm/Timm (Hamburg Germany to Scarboro Maine)
-Morrill (Sandwich & Tuftonboro NH & Berwick & Portland Maine)
-Jameson (Rockland, Friendship, Thomaston, Maine)
-Murch (Rockland, Gorham, Bangor, Hampden Maine)
-Holland (Germany to Jay & Hampden Maine)
-Osborn (East Hampton New York to Fairfield and Winslow Maine)
-Brownrigg (Nova Scotia to Portland Maine)
-Harvey (Nottingham New Hampshire to Atkinson Maine)
-Bell (Nova Scotia to Jay and Dover Maine)
-Holmes (Plymouth Massachusetts to Winterport Maine)
-Bean (Scotland to Exeter NH and Carroll County NH)
-McLellan (Ulster Ireland to Portland Maine)
-Howlett (Portraine Ireland)
-Wyman, Chick, Burrill, Sibley (Central Maine)
-Martin, Hall, Lord, Mather, Harvey, Phelps, Peck, Coult, Tiffany, Brainerd, Warner, Dart, Rathbone, Beckwith, Seldin, Chapman (Central Connecticut)
-Hadlock and Harvey (Rockingham, NH)
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|Marianne J. Chapman||New Info re: William Blake|
My research has revealed that the old death record for William Blake was probably recorded from an old tombstone. I just finished two pieces in my blog about William and Samuel Blake. This William is the grandson of Jasper Blake and was born in old Falmouth in 1774. He was not the William from Cape Ann and the shipmaster, married to Sarah Starbird. His second wife was Sarah Eaton and they were married April 5, 1810.
The other William and Sarah Starbird were married Set. 25, 1806. William Blake, Jasper's grandson's first wife died two years after their marriage in 1805; May 26, 1807.
I imagine that the two William's could be related, but I haven't figured out how yet.
#115847108 this george tate never married. the george tate who died 1842 burried next to esther libby is her husband.
Added by ivan on Apr 03, 2016 6:22 PM
|Bob McLellan||Eliza Blake|
Many thanks for the memorial transfer of Eliza.
|Bob McLellan||Dana Transfers|
Scott, thank you very much for the Dana transfers from the Eastern Cemetery which allowed me to link Elizabeth to her parents.
|Karen (Howard) Blood||Danish relatives|
Just stopping to say hi. I saw you manage a few Ham memorials (I am descended from a few Hams, but not the ones in Tuftonboro, NH)
I noticed in your profile you are researching some lines in Denmark. I too am related to some Petersens (but mostly Hansens) in Denmark. I am curious how you are coming along with that research. Do you speak/ read Danish?
Look forward to hearing from you.
Thank you for transferring ownership of the Robert Hope Memorial. Kathy & Jon
|Skip Colcord||RE: Eastern Cemetery|
Thank you for your kind words! Wish I lived closer to Portland, Maine, so I could do more work on this cemetery.
|Christine Clark Tucker||Spouse of John Clark of Plymouth/Lyme|
The spouse that is connected to this profile, John Clark of Plymouth/Lyme, CT is the wrong one.
Sarah Smith Clark was married to John Clark of New Haven, not the John Clark of Plymouth, MA/Lyme, CT
She was married to http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=67080846
Further research on GENI shows both families.
Please disconnect the incorrect spouse. Thank you.
|Cindy||RE: Caleb Blood|
Thank You, Scott!
Added by Cindy on Oct 19, 2015 5:57 PM
|Joseph R. Klett||Springer transfers|
Please accept my belated, but very sincere, thanks! All the best to you.
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