This Old Tree, March 2019

This is the rest of the story on Charles Tray and Catherine Bishop. Part 3 I was able to know who the oldest two Children in the Family, Emma and […]

Back in the 60’s when my grandmother and I were going through a container with old jewelry and broken necklaces etc. I came upon a wedding band. It was engraved […]

Don’t forget that there is an LDS Library in Caribou. It’s open most Thursdays from 6-9 p.m. and Saturdays from 10- 2 p.m. We don’t want to lose this valuable resource […]

Gleanings from the NEHGS weekly e-newsletter

Look up Civil War Photo Sleuth. You’ll find an article in Slate and other articles which will explain their use of facial recognition software. One of the photos they examined […]

Just a reminder that you should always look at the back of headstones and also look at the sides. Much information could be missed otherwise.

From conversations with other ACGS members

During WWII English probate records went to Wales for safe keeping. Frances doesn’t know if they came back. Brenda found one cemetery in Andover N.B. and one in Mars Hill […]

Canopy Beds

There was nothing to stop things from falling into the house. This posed a real problem in the bedroom where bugs and other droppings could mess up your nice clean […]

Archival Notes, March 2019

Archival Tour Report On February 12, 2019, twelve persons attended a tour of the Caribou Public Library Archives which includes the Aroostook County Genealogical Society Library. It was not a […]

President’s Message, March 2019

Greetings, I hope as we (hopefully) reach the beginning of the end of winter, we have started to think and plan for interesting genealogical adventures for the coming year. One […]