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Re: 1840 census look-up, anyone?
Posted by: Edith (stone) Moulton Date: October 03, 2000 at 11:01:44
In Reply to: Re: 1840 census look-up, anyone? by Tracy McHatten of 779

Aroostook county Me. Genealogy Forum.Prehaps one of you thar are doing lookup can answer my questions,In the 1840's part of Aroostook and canada before the borders lines were settled we had many united States citizens who were found on the the Canadian side of the river, as my family were amoung those settelers that were fond to be in canada at the time the boundry was settled and there are the madawaska's two in canada and one in
Maine, which one is located about 18/18 miles
from? either caribou or Presque Isle (I belive it's The later) and it's located or was located at the time they lived there near a place called "Little Falls" Victoria New Brunswick ;Canada Where to day would this be located and where would i go to find Canadian census records. Thank you Edith


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