Questions tagged [maine]

For questions about ancestors and records in the US state of Maine, including questions pertaining to the period before the state's admission to the US (1820) when it was British and French territory, and then part of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

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Seeking US death record from about 1912?

The family story says that my Grandfather Harry Avery died sometime in 1912. In 1906 he was in Jefferson Maine. [PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER]. In 1908 he was in Attleboro, Massachusetts where he married ...
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Meaning of occupation codes in Maine Town Register?

What is the meaning of 'ph' in records? I found this abbreviation in the 1906 Town Register of Jefferson, Lincoln County, Maine next to my grandfather's name. He was listed as ptr, and ph. His name ...
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Seeking immigration record John Redonnett, born in France, who came to US ca 1840s?

John Redonnett appears to have come to the US circa the 1840s but can you suggest where I could look for more information? Two records indicate that he was born in France. He is in the 1850 US ...
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Meaning of “vous condition” on baptism records from Maine and Canada in Drouin Collection?

In the Parish records (Drouin Collection) in Maine and Canada I have found several baptism records that state "vous condition". I do not speak french and I am not sure of the first word as the ...
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How to find birthplace and parentage of Maine individuals given known details of 19th Century death?

I am looking for the birthplace and parentage of Ambrose Sayward , born cir 1805 and died in Burnham, Maine 14th Mar, 1875. He is buried in the Reynolds cemetary in Burnham, Maine.
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What did it mean to come of age in 1684 at Saco (now Maine, USA)?

John Presbury died 1679 of Saco, now Maine, USA, but then Massachusetts Bay Colony. John left minor sons including William Presbury. John's estate was administered by others until his son, William, "...