The NEGHS now have a new searchable database: the 1916-1920 Massachusettes Vital Records through their partnership with Family Search. This also includes amendments to the Vital Records from 1841 to […]
Mind your P’s and Q’s
At local taverns, pubs, and bars, people drank from pint and quart-sized containers. A bar maid’s job was to keep an eye on the customers and keep the drinks coming. […]
President’s Message, September 2018
Greetings Genealogy Junkies! Hope your summer research and travels are fruitful. I was pleased the other day when my grand niece told me that when she goes back to school […]
A reminder that the Old Town library has digitized local newspapers and also town reports.
The Fort Fairfield digitized newspapers have items of interest from nearby local and Canadian towns.
Don’t forget to check out family associations. They may have genealogical information helpful to you. Many have family reunions or picnics etc. Some associations are for descendants of early settlers of […]
There are now on line support groups for people who did their DNA’s and found out they’re not who they thought they were.
This Old Tree, September 2018
August is reminding us that the summer is coming to an end. Meaning that for me it is time to look over all my different lines and see what is […]
You may want to consider searching for digitized papers by town. There may be information out there that you can access without paying a fee. Don’t forget that new information […]
The Caribou library has started to digitize their newspapers.