Early Jonesport Families

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WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Leonard F Tibbetts; Darryl Byron Lamson. Find more information about: ISBN: Early Jonesport Families (Paperback) / Author: Tibbetts / Author: Lamson ; ; Genealogy, heraldry, names and honours, History of specific subjects.

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Books. Go Search Hello Select your Author: Tibbetts, Lamson. JONESPORT, MAINE EARLY FAMILIES - This is a spiral bound soft cover book listing the early families of Jonesport, Maine by Tibbetts & Lamson published ( pages). x 11 soft cover $ HISTORY OF KENNEBUNKPORT, MAINE - Written by Charles Bradbury and printed by James K.

Remick-Kennebunk, Maine Buy Early Jonesport Families by Tibbetts, Lamson (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Tibbetts, Lamson. ( pages) 8 ½ x 11 soft cover spiral bound book $ Eastport, Maine-Early Recorded Families ’s. This book was transcribed by Maureen Calnan from the 1 st record books of Eastport, Maine.

The book gives birth, death, and marriage data of the First Families. Of Eastport. Early Pleasant River families of Washington County, Maine Item Preview Most of them were from Jonesboro, which is adjacent to the area covered in this book. Although I learned nothing new about my direct lines, I was able to make a correction in my tree regarding a 5x great uncle.

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Jonesport shares the Great Wass Archipelago nature preserve with the adjoining town of Beals. A monument to the vessel Nellie Chapin Day stands at the town’s entrance to the bridge.

The ship, according to the inscription, left with New Englanders sailing to Jaffa, Palestine inarriving “to help restore the land of Israel.”. Leonard F. Tibbetts is the author of WASHINGTON County, Maine, Early Pleasant River Families of ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews), Early Jonesboroug 5/5(1).

Darryl B. Lamson and Leonard F. Tibbetts wrote and published several historical genealogy books based on the settlers and early families of the Jonesport and Washington County areas in Maine. The research that went into our personal tree by Lamson is on par with the published books but as far as I know our Kelley tree was not published.

Lamson & Tibbetts books: Narraguagus River Families Pleasant River Families Jonesborough Families. Family Histories: Lamson Family of Jonesport John Huntley of Lyme CT (I & II) The Descendents of John McKusick & Mary Barker George Hall & His Descendents The Wilsons of Cherryfield – Other books: Early families of Gouldsboro The.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Including early Pemaquid, Damariscotta, and other contiguous places, from the earliest discovery to the present time, together with the genealogy of more than four hundred families.

South Thomaston History of Thomaston, Rockland, and South Thomaston, Maine, from their first exploration, A. ; with family genealogies (Volume Vol. Jonesborough and Jonesport.

This tract of land of 48, acres was granted to John Coffin Jones and others of Boston, Jan. 1, It included what is now Jonesborough, incorporated March 4,and Jonesport incorporated Feb. 3,Buck's Harbor in Machiasport and Little Kennebec, now in Machias.

The Smith Family Book 1 The Smith Family Book 2 The Cleaves Family by Eleanor V. Spillar Following and with the Wakefield Families Families: Robeinson, Rolf & Sargent, Sawyer, Shaw, Parkman, Small Steuben & Milbridge Census, Mayflower line of the Brown & Strout Families.

WikiTree is a community of genealogists growing an increasingly-accurate collaborative family tree that's % free for everyone forever. Please join us. This WRIGHT index was pre-built so it loads quickly. Regarding the various Dobbins families from the Jonesport-Beals area, here is a compilation of the various information I have been able to gather: From the book titled "The Early Families of Jonesport Maine" by Tibbetts and Lamson, I have this: "The Dobbins family came from Ireland to southeastern Pennsylvania near Philadelphia.

Town of Jonesport Tax Assessors' Invoice and Valuation Form Book and Record of Assessments of Taxes Town of Jonesport, Maine Statement of the Municipal Officers, Jonesport, Maine, Jonesport, previous to its incorporation, was a part of the town of Jonesboro, which was granted a charter January 1, Previous to this it was known as Plantation Number twenty-two.

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The present town of Jonesport was incorporated as a town by Act of the Legislature, February 3, According to the research of Leonard F. Tibbetts and Darryl B.

Lamson as found in their book, Early Jonesborough Families of Washington County, Maine (), John Alley was born in the town of Frankfort on Janu and died at Great Wass Island on August 6, at the age of He is buried at the Alley’s Bay Cemetery.

found in their book, Early Jonesborough Families of Washington County, Maine (), John Alley was born in the town of Frankfort on Janu and died at Great Wass Island on August 6, at the age of He is buried at the Alley’s Bay Cemetery.

In correspondence with Darryl Lamson, co-author of "Early Jonesport Families," Lamson says that Francis Miller " to have been a strongly individualistic, resourceful, or opportunistic person without much respect for authorites." Book 3,p. 10, gives an inventory of the estate of Francis item is. Pedigree charts and family group records are important genealogical tools, so bringing or creating on site a big family pedigree (or family tree) is sure to draw attention; at the same time, have plenty of blank family group sheets available for individual families to complete and submit to go into a "Lamson family record book," which you can.

The Jonesport wharf bustled on a foggy summer morning. Pickup trucks packed the parking lot, a sure sign that the Washington County town’s lobster fleet had gone to sea with the sunrise early that morning.

Donald Woodward and Charles Alley know the scene well, having grown up and raised their own families in Jonesport. JONESPORT - Daniel H. Tucker, 78, passed away Sept. 9,with his family by his side at Sunrise Care Facility, after a brief illness.

Dan was. Jonesport is a small fishing village located along Maine's rugged "Downeast" coast. This island harbor is where Samuel de Champlain anchored in the early s while mapping the area for the French King Henri IV.

There is an old quarry dock on Head Harbor Island. Giller’s research into the Clark and Floyd families found that after the breakup of the colony, their trail led beyond Jaffa. The tour continued to Jerusalem, where in the early 20th century Herbert Clark built an elegant house on a street that would later be known as Mamilla.

Today the reconstructed house stands in the middle of the Mamilla.The book details his early life, through his retirement years, with remarkable stories of a way of life that will never again be repeated.

The book includes a large selection of historic family and lighthouse photos and a bonus section on the history of the lighthouse where Corbett was the last official Lighthouse Service keeper on the eastern.