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Eileen pelletier (#46520005)
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I was born in Lewiston Me. in 1936, my parents were Myron and Eileen "Parsons" Campbell. Lived in Auburn and then Minot Me. until I got married, have been in Rochester NH for 37 of my 53 years of Marriage. I'm interested in genealogy, cemeteries, and the Civil War in particular. Find A Grave, Ancestry.com, RAOGK and NEHGS has put me in touch with my ancestors, old family friends, the towns where they were born, lived and died. This makes them real people that had real lives, some lived to be very old and other died far too young. Recently a kind lady sent me pictures of my Indiana relative's graves and their obituaries.Thank you Judy... Eileen Gloria...
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Laurel Martin
Irena Pierce
She well could be one and the same, since the census records show her father, Nathaniel, and children of hers living with William Arno in 1880. I found one record stating that William died in Dexter, so am not too sure where he might be buried as yet.

I do know Irena's first husband, Aaron Sanborn, was buried across the Kennebec River from Caratunk, in Carrying Place Plantation in 1871. That particular township was abandoned and the land is now owned by CMP. The grave stone for Aaron and his son, Nathaniel, was still on the site of the former township and is difficult to get to now.
Added by Laurel Martin on Apr 03, 2015 11:02 AM
Sally - Midcoast Maine
RE: Pine St. Cemetery Auburn Me.
I wonder why they call it Pine Street. I have not been there yet, but hope to at some point.

Sally
Added by Sally - Midcoast Maine on Feb 01, 2015 7:46 AM
Calmly Searching
RE: Mount Auburn Cemetery
Thank you so much for the note. I would love to visit there someday. I can only imagine the family histories you must know and I so appreciate you sharing so much of it with me.
Mary and Rosamond's photos are remarkable. Did your family know them? I think about you often, and wonder how you are doing.
Thanks again,
Phyllis
Added by Calmly Searching on Apr 12, 2014 4:56 PM
Raymond Wing
Re: Nathaniel Norcross
Thanks for volunteering to photograph Nathaniel Norcross' gravestone at Fayette Mills Cemetery this Memorial Day. It would be GREATLY appreciated.


Ray
Added by Raymond Wing on Feb 25, 2013 6:52 AM
Kahpo
RE: James Arno
I put up the rest of the photos I had for Sawyer cemetery and I did not find one with his name on it. Good luck
Added by Kahpo on Nov 27, 2012 11:55 PM
Calmly Searching
RE: James Albee Parsons
Hello Ilene,

Yes, I would like to have a copy of this obituary. Please send it . Thank you. Phyllis
Added by Calmly Searching on Oct 23, 2012 7:57 AM
Michelle Barr
RE: You must be dad's cousin
The State of Maine doesn't have any before 1890 or something like that. We really wanted to see it, but unless a paper copy is floating around, we will not. Sad :(
Added by Michelle Barr on Jun 20, 2012 7:48 PM
sandpipertoo
RE: Henry S Parsons
Hi Eileen,

I have transferred these memorials to you. Because you are family. Hope you don't mind.

Have a super day.

Added by sandpipertoo on Mar 17, 2012 12:53 PM
sandpipertoo
RE: Henry S Parsons
Hi Eileen,

Thank you so very much for this information.

Added by sandpipertoo on Mar 17, 2012 12:26 PM
Derbyhat
RE: James Parsons
Thank you for the updates.

It is remarkable what our ancestor had to endure during those troubled days with little or no shelter from rain and cold, food commonly foraged on both sides and sometimes a friend or relative on the far side of their gun.

Before you get to Salisbury, contact Sue at the Salisbury Confederate Prison Association. She has the roster that I got from a hard-bound document "Report of the Commissioner on the Monument at Salisbury, NC, 1908" at the Maine State Library in Augusta. There is one for an Andersonville Monument (1906), but no other prisons.

I have been distracted from putting the names of the 205 Maine POWs at Salisbury into a format resembling the original Mustering in Cards. I'll bump it up on my priority list and get it to Salisbury and the Maine State Library.

Keep up the family research for you might uncover something special as I did. For five years I picked up scraps of info here and there. Just in time for Christmas, I found an "Ebenezer" in my tree. Then I found his father Ebenezer and his grandfather Ebenezer. about four generations I found George Alden, the father of John Alden of Plymouth Colony. John also come up into Kennebec Valley in Maine near where I live now. I hope you have even better success!
Added by Derbyhat on Feb 04, 2012 3:38 PM
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