Published January 1, 1990
by Picton Pr .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||416|
An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Maine families in Item Preview remove-circle Vol. 2: Associate editor, Alice MacDonald Long Vol. 3: Associate editor, Joseph C. Anderson, II Pages: Vol. 2: Associate editor, Alice MacDonald Long Vol. 3: Associate editor, Joseph C. Anderson, II Vol. 4: edited by Joseph Crook Anderson II and Lois Ware ThurstonPages: MAINE FAMILIES IN THE CENSUS: MAINE VITAL RECORDS Volumes Compiled/Ed. by Ruth Gray +/or Lois Ware Thurston +/or Joseph Anderson. Volumes Compiled/Ed. by Joseph Crook Anderson II, CG, FASG. Volume 3 is no longer available. See website for indexes. #2 MAINE FAMILIES IN VOL 1. pp. 16, To date eleven volumes have been published and these document nearly 2, families living in Maine in Not only has Maine Families in become one of the first sources to consult for Maine genealogical research, it has also allowed researchers to get in touch with the other persons working on the same families since the names of all submitters are published.
Bailey, John Maximilian Woolwich 52 Bailey, Joshua Woolwich 51 Bailey, Nathaniel #5 East of Machias 53 Bailey, Nathaniel Pittston 43 Bailey, Samuel Conduskeag 27 Bakeman, John Penobscot 30 . With this volume, the total number of families treated in the series is now 2, (or 17% of all families living in Maine in ). The usefulness of these books for genealogical research cannot be overstated. The Maine Families in series is simply the most comprehensive and up-to-date resource on families living in the state during the. Maine Families in Volume 11 was recently delivered from the printer. Preorders have shipped, but there's still plenty of copies left for those that were waiting to make their purchase. With more t names in this edition's every name index, this volume will be a most welcome addition to many researchers libraries. Name index and images of birth, marriage, and death returns acquired from the State Board of Health, Division of Vital Statistics and the state archives. Records are organized by surname and date. The collection is divided into three parts: Vital Records Prior to , 80 towns; Vital Records, ; and Delayed returns for births, deaths, and marriages,
Click to read more about Maine Families in Volume 2 by Ruth Gray. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for bookloversAuthor: Ruth Gray. There entries in Vol. 1; 18, in Vol. 2; 17, in Vol. 3; 12, in Vol. 4; 11, in Vol. 5 and c. 20, in Vol. 6 for a massive total of 95, entries. Maine's entire census population was o! It is difficult to conceive of any Maine research which does not start with reference to the Maine Families series. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Genealogical and family history of the state of Maine; Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Records Images Family Tree Genealogies Catalog Books Wiki. BACK TO SEARCH RESULTS. PRINT; Catalog Print List (0) Maine families in Index to volumes of Maine families in Notes. Volume 4 edited by Joseph Crook Anderson II and Lois Ware Thurston. Volumes edited by Joseph Crook Anderson II.