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Early Families of Gouldsboro Maine

By Johnson, Muriel Sampson

Rockport, Maine: Picton Press, 2003. 416 pp. With 30 photos and 36 drawings. Working from vital records, town records, cemetery records, and census reports of the town of Gouldsboro, and neighboring towns, and genealogies of families in the area, Mrs. Johnson has compiled genealogical summaries of over 1,000 families. With index of family names. Near Fine. . Hard Cover.

$150.00

Maine Families in 1790. Five Volumes

By Ruth Gray, Anderson, Joseph Cook, Alice MacDonald Long, Lois Ware Thurston: Editors

Camden, Maine: Picton Press. 1989-1996 Green cloth, titles gilt. Volumes 1-5. Maine Genealogical Society Special Publications 2, 5, 11,18, 25, Five volumes as a set. Each volumes with index of family names. Map endpapers in vols 3-5. All volumes are first printings and are in Fine condition. Photographs available on request.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/As issued, without dust Jacket.

$250.00

Thomas Haley of Winter Harbor and His Descendants

By Davis, Walter Goodwin and Haley, Adelaide

Newburyport, Massachusetts: Parker River Researchers, 1989. 54 pp. Blue buckram, title gilt on spine and front board. A revision and extension of the Haley material in The Ancestry of Charity Haley. Facsimile of the 1930 Southworth Press edition. With two plates, including the frontispiece, and index of family names. Near Fine. Hardcover. Near Fine.

$35.00

Maryland Revolutionary Records

By Newman, Harry Wright

Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing, 1993. 155 pp. Blue cloth. Includes the records of Revolutionary pensioners, and non-pensioners, marriage records and a list of veterans awarded Federal Bounty Land Grants. The records were taken from applications of Maryland veterans of the Revolutionary War, their widows and their heirs for Federal pensions and bounty land. Near Fine. Hard Cover. Near Fine.

$18.00

Thomas Rogers, Pilgrim and Some of His Descendants

By Daniel, Elizabeth S. And Sawtelle, Jeanne E.

Baltimore, Maryland: Gateway Press, 1980. xiv, 662 pp. Includes 95 page index of names. With July 1981 Errata and Addenda. Near Fine.. First Edition. Hard Cover.

$125.00

Genealogies of the Families and Descendants of the Early Settlers of Watertown, Massachusetts, Including Waltham and Weston; to Which is Appended the Early History of the Town with Illustrations, Maps, and Notes

By Bond, Henry

Boston, Massachusetts: The New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1978. viii, 1094 pp. Black cloth, spine title gilt. Facsimile of the 1860 2nd edition, greatly revised and expanded from the first edition. Two volumes in one. Black and white drawings and portraits throughout. With fold-out map. Four appendices. Includes a memoir of the author. Near Fine.. Second Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine.

$45.00

Vital Records of Lee, Maine

By Crocker, Kay Stevens

Rockport, Maine: Picton Press, 2005. vi, 380 pp. Softcover. With index of family names. Very Good + . First Edition.

$50.00

Genealogical History of Jeremiah Kelley of Weston, Maine and Allied Families

By Kelley, Elton Philip

Brewer, Maine: L.H. Thompson, 1987. 196 pp. Includes photographs and several maps. With index. Green buckram, title gilt on spine and front cover, Kelly family emblem gilt on front cover. Near Fine. . First Edition. Hard Cover.

$125.00

The Lymburner Legacy

By Paquette, Susan

Brewer, Maine: Cay-Bel Publishing xiv, 218 pp. A history and genealogy that traces the Lymburner/ Limeburner family, from the time when two brothers set sail from Scotland and arrived at the mouth of the Bagaduce River in Maine. They settled in Brooksville, and fought for the British during the Revolutionary War. One of them, a Loyalist, left after the war for Nova Scotia. Contains a record of Lymburger vessels, genealogical records, letters, black and white photographs and documents, and a transcript of a manuscript written by Alice Lymburger which is a history of the Lymburger family in Canada. Near Fine. . First Edition. Soft Cover.

$35.00

Two Maine Islands: Cousins and Littlejohn Islands, Casco Bay, Town of Yarmouth, Maine

By Tinker, Katherine Prescott; Jones, Alice Prescott; Jones, Augustus F., Editor

South Portland, Maine: Pilot Press, 1979. iv, 128; ii, 112; iv, 38 pp. Scarce history of two Casco Bay islands, Littlejohn and Cousins, in the Town of Yarmouth, Maine. This is combines two earlier histories of the islands by the two sisters who were the wife and sister-in-law of the editor, with additions and corrections by the editor. The editor also adds a 38 page supplement describing the islands back in the early 1920's when he first visitied it. It includes substantial genealogies of the inhabitants of the two islands, two pages of black and white photos and a color photo of "the Connecting Link." on the front cover. Some wrinkling to the spine, probably from the binding glue, minor wear at extremities and a bit of soiling on bottom edge of pages else VG. A nice clean, tight, copy.. 2nd Printing. Soft Cover. Very Good.

$125.00

The Inniss Family of Kennebunkport, Maine - The Descendants and Ancestors of Reuben * Delma (McKenney) Inniss of Kennebunkport, Maine

By Bedard, Richard N. Sr

Columbia Falls, Maine: Self Published, 1992. 70 pp. Includes appendices and index of Family Names, listing the varient spellings Innes, Inness, Inniss and Ennis. Family of Reuben Inniss, born in Southwest Port Moulton, Nova Scotia in 1885, married Delma Emma McKenney in 1909 in South Berwick, Maine, and later lived and died at Kennebunkport, Maine. Pictorial Paper Wrappers with corners bumped. Very Good.. First Edition. Pictorial Paper Wrappers. Very Good.

$18.00

Colby Oracle Vol. XCVIII [1898]

Waterville, Maine: Published by the Students. Colby University, 1898. 224, xl pp. Gray cloth, title stamped in silver. Includes b&w photos, biographies of class and classmates and local commercial ads. Light wear to edges, lightly soiled; an attractive copy. Oversize book: overseas customers please request a shipping quote, or anticipate a request for additional postage; the book will ship at cost.. Hard Cover. Very Good.

$75.00

Records of Rev. Edward F. Cutter of Maine 1833-1856

By Cutter, Edward F. (Edward Francis), 1810-1880

Camden, Maine: Picton Press, 1989. vii, 88 pp. Genealogical records of Belfast and Warren, Maine families. Includes bibliographical references and index. Transcribed by Elizabeth M. Mosher. Introduction by David Nichols. Maine Genealogical Society: Special publication No. 3 Near Fine. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/None Issued.

$35.00

Index to American Genealogies; and to genealogical material contained in all works such as town histories, county histories, local histories, historical society publications, biographies, historical periodicals, and kindred works, alphabetically Arranged

Albany, New York: Joel Munsell's Sons, 1900. 352 pp. "Enabling the reader to ascertain whether the genealogy of any family, or any part of it, is printed, either by itself or embodied in other works." Spine reads "Munsell's Genealogical Index 1900." Arranged alphabetically, with surnames in bold black type followed by a list of references with page citations. From the library of Francis Greene, historian and author of 'The History of Boothbay, Southport, and Boothbay Harbor, Maine', the definitive history of the Boothbay region, with his name stamps on feps and bookplate on the rear pastedown. Maroon cloth, faded on spine, with faded "ghost" outline of an adjacent book on back panel, foxed endpapers. Text block is still tight and strongly attached into the covers. VG. Fifth Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good.

$50.00

The Ancestors of My Children and Other Related Children of the Generations Living in the Morning of the Twentieth Century

By Clark, William Copeland.

Bangor, Maine: Thos. W. Burr Ptg, 1906. 216 pp. With appendix, index to names, index to places, miscellaneous index, errata. Maroon cloth, title gilt. 18 b&w plates. A little wear at corners and tail of spine, front hinge starting, one plate detached but present, ghost of a paper wrapper to endpapers. Genealogies of Lincoln, Maine families: Clark, Copeland, Rice. Appendix has short genealogies of 54 families.. Hard Cover. GVG.

$75.00

Dear Miss Hyde. The Friendship Between Ellen Hyde, Principal of the First State Normal School in Framingham, Massachusetts, and the Chafee, Sharpe, & Gamble Families As Chronicled By Their Letters 1898 to 1929

By Cook, Sheila Gamble

Cambridge, MA: Self Published, 2003. [viii], iv, 354, [4] pp. Bibliography, b&w photos, map, genealogical charts. Inscribed by the author on title page.. Presentation Copy. Soft Cover. Near Fine.

$22.50

History of Scituate, Massachusetts, from Its First Settlement to 1831

By Deane, Samuel

Boston: James Loring, 1831. [iv], 406, [2] pp. Appendices, index. A protective 19th century cloth has been attached at the endpapers over the original leather binding . Front board loose, previous owner's name, foxing throughout. A reading copy.. Hard Cover. Fair.

$100.00

Historical record of the posterity of William Black, who settled in this country in the year seventeen hundred and seventy-five : also a sketch of 23 English families and some early settlers from New England, who settled at the head of the Bay of Fundy Ab

By Black, William

Amhurst, Nova Scotia: Amherst Gazette Steam Printing House, 1885. 209, [1] pp. Includes index. In 1774, William Black made an visit of inspection before he risked bringing his family to Canada a year later. He was impressed with the hard working Baptist families in the Amherst area, most of whom had been recruited from New England to replace the recently evicted Acadians. Blind-stamped green cloth with title gilt. Back hinge has been mended by overstitching the last gathering to the text block. This repair is many years old, and is still firm. The rear free endpaper has been re-attached with reversable paste..

$85.00

Reminiscences of Old Dunstable [Nashua] with Sketches of Events and Persons of the Early Times of That Town

By Hill, John B(ancroft)

Nashua, New Hampshire: E. H. Spalding, 1878. furthur subtitled: also Genealogical Tables of Portions of the Families of Henry Farwell, Robert Fletcher and John Jones of Concord, and Thomas Bancroft of Reading, and James Cutler of Watertown, from the earliest immigrant Ancestor to the Present Generation. 125, [1] pp. Genealogies of the families of Farwell, Bancrolt, and other names enumerated on the title page, are also found here. A good example of Hill's scholarship is his treatment of a local legend from the French & Indian Wars, in which an Indian leader named Pagus was killed by a colonist named Chamberlain. An early broadside, " Expeditions of Lovewell," says Pagus and Chamberlain stopped in mid-fight to wash their flint lock muskets in a stream; and then Chamberlain having finished first, shot Pagus. Hill showed that this version of events was not only wrong, but patently ridiculous. (He felt the early settlers should have known you can't fire loose black powder in a wet pan!) Fannie Hardy Eckstorm cites his approach to the story of Pagus in a journal article. Chipping along spine of blue paper wrapper has been archivally stabalized. List of names of families included in the work written on front cover.. First Edition. Paper Wrappers. Very Good.

$125.00

Lotz - Coldwell Family History.

By Lotz, Jack Coldwell.

Jacksonville, Florida: Carolina Printing, 1989. 53 pp with index. Gray cloth, title stamped in silver. Very Good+.. Hard Cover.

$25.00

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