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Re: EMERY FAMILY - Piscataquis Co., MEDFORD
Posted by: Edith (stone) Moulton Date: September 22, 2000 at 04:51:08
In Reply to: Re: EMERY FAMILY - Piscataquis Co., MEDFORD by Edith (stone) Moulton of 318

Piscatiquis Forum :oopphs Sorry Betty Thats John And Anthony EMery the emmigrant emery grandfathers, you'will find them in the emery genealogy and Everett Stackpole"s OLd Kittery Maine and Her Families,Yes the older Moulton familes of Lagrange and Maxfield,me that can betraced back to >nH> are related to my husband.I belive Robert was an Uncle,if not he was a cousin at least.You'll have to wait until i See this peraon agin or contact them on the cowan info.a Question among my own records aslo i pretty sure i do have a Female Moulton that Married a certain Mc Cowen in Old town Maine,(i don't think ther was issue) and was found amoung their vital records and the same could possibaley be?found under prehaps one of Ruth Gray's work"s Maine Families in 1790's ,or The marriages ,etc. she has done several volumes for the Maine Historical Societey.these are found in any large lib,and the morman church in Bangor has them the Dover ,Me Lib.has somelib.which contain,Marriages,Vital records,and referances to land deeds,and wills etc. wonderful sources to search,Looks like you and I might have a few Emery and Sandborn cousins in our Ancestey,The Sanborns records
are found in the History of Hampton.N.h. By Joseph Dow.Which you may already Know.this can befounde Thompsons Lib. Dover Hope this helps Edith.

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