Ancestors of EastMill



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Theodore Edward Trevett and Kathleen Agnes McGinnis




Husband Theodore Edward Trevett

           Born: August 11, 1908 - Lynn, Essex, MA
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           Died: November 10, 1988 - St. Petersburg, Pinellas, FL
         Buried:  - Bay Pines C, St. Petersburg, Pinellas, FL


         Father: Carroll Redmond Trevett
         Mother: Evelyn Augusta Lord


       Marriage: August 11, 1932




Wife Kathleen Agnes McGinnis

           Born: November 1908 - ME
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1988 - St. Petersburg, Pinellas, FL
         Buried:  - Bay Pines C, St. Petersburg, Pinellas, FL



Children

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Peter McGirr and Hannah McGowan




Husband Peter McGirr

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Wife Hannah McGowan

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         Father: James McGowan
         Mother: Catharine Kelly





Children

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Oliver Smith and Abigail S. McGlauflin




Husband Oliver Smith

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Wife Abigail S. McGlauflin

           Born: May 27, 1826 - Charlotte, Maine
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           Died: May 2, 1855 - Charlotte, Maine
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         Father: William McGlauflin
         Mother: Mehitable Smith





Children
1 F Marion Smith

           Born: November 5, 1846
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2 M Oliver Smith

           Born: April 1, 1848
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3 F Leonora Ellen Smith

           Born: February 14, 1851
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Albert McGlauflin and Joanna Noble




Husband Albert McGlauflin

           Born: December 31, 1819 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized:  - Franklin, New Hampshire
           Died: May 1891 - Presque Isle, Maine
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         Father: John McGlauflin
         Mother: Hannah Smith


       Marriage: 

   Other Spouse: Margaret Griffin




Wife Joanna Noble

           Born: 1820
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1873 - Franklin, New Hampshire
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Children
1 F Hannah McGlauflin

           Born: 1843
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1873 - Franklin, New Hampshire
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2 M Albert F. McGlauflin

           Born: October 20, 1849 - Calais, Maine
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           Died: June 6, 1929 - Goffstown, New Hampshire
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         Spouse: Clara Murphy
           Marr: May 17, 1882
         Spouse: Sarah Jane Danfirth
           Marr: December 3, 1871



3 F Myra A. McGlauflin

           Born: 1858
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           Died: 1873 - Franklin, New Hampshire
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4 F Flora E. McGlauflin

           Born: 1861 - Franklin, New Hampshire
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           Died: March 13, 1932 - Malden, Massachusetts
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5 M Horace McGlauflin

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         Spouse: Gertrude McGlauflin
           Marr: December 7, 1880



6 F Myrtle McGlauflin

           Born: 1865
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1873 - Franklin, New Hampshire
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Albert F. McGlauflin and Clara Murphy




Husband Albert F. McGlauflin

           Born: October 20, 1849 - Calais, Maine
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           Died: June 6, 1929 - Goffstown, New Hampshire
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         Father: Albert McGlauflin
         Mother: Joanna Noble


       Marriage: May 17, 1882

   Other Spouse: Sarah Jane Danfirth - December 3, 1871




Wife Clara Murphy

           Born: September 29, 1853 - Garland, Maine
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           Died: May 25, 1936
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Children
1 M Burt McGlauflin

           Born: October 2, 1883 - Lawrence, Massachusetts
       Baptized: 
           Died: September 27, 1914 - Needham, Massachusetts
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Mary Bailey



2 F Flora McGlauflin

           Born: November 21, 1884
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           Died: 
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         Spouse: George Farley
         Spouse: William Moore
         Spouse: Walter Pierce



3 F Myrtle McGlauflin

           Born: April 21, 1887 - Salem, New Hampshire
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1965 - Goffstown, New Hampshire
         Buried: 
         Spouse: George Walker
           Marr: 1938



4 F Clara McGlauflin

           Born: March 9, 1889 - Salem, New Hampshire
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1979 - New Jersey
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5 M Lewis Albert McGlauflin

           Born: June 26, 1892 - Nottingham, New Hampshire
       Baptized: 
           Died: July 1965 - Lakeport, New Hampshire
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Mary Florance Ruel
           Marr: February 3, 1915




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Albion McGlauflin




Husband Albion McGlauflin

           Born: March 19, 1828 - Charlotte, Maine
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         Father: William McGlauflin
         Mother: Mehitable Smith


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Children
1 M Frank McGlauflin

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         Spouse: Elizabeth Pratt



2 F Minnie McGlauflin

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George B. Whidden and Alice McGlauflin




Husband George B. Whidden

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       Marriage: February 11, 1882




Wife Alice McGlauflin

           Born: September 30, 1860
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         Father: Josiah McGlauflin
         Mother: Margaret Griffin





Children
1 F Ruth Whidden

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         Spouse: George Estes



2 F Evelyn Whidden

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Arthur McGlauflin and Sarah




Husband Arthur McGlauflin

           Born: May 10, 1893
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1948
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         Father: Percy McGlauflin
         Mother: Sarah Sadie D. Leighton


       Marriage: 

   Other Spouse: Agnes




Wife Sarah

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Children

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Percival L. Pride and Blanche E. McGlauflin




Husband Percival L. Pride

           Born:  - Portland, Maine
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       Marriage: September 11, 1917 - Portland, Maine




Wife Blanche E. McGlauflin

           Born:  - Portland, Maine
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         Father: George McGlauflin
         Mother: Elizabeth King





Children
1 M Robert Pride

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         Spouse: Donna
           Marr: Private



2 M Joseph Pride

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Harold C. Turner and Cecelia B. McGlauflin




Husband Harold C. Turner

           Born:  - Presque Isle, Aroostook Co., Maine
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       Marriage: December 24, 1938 - Presque Isle, Aroostook Co., Maine




Wife Cecelia B. McGlauflin

           Born: July 7, 1898 - Presque Isle, Aroostook Co., Maine
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           Died: January 1, 1957
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         Father: Percy McGlauflin
         Mother: Sarah Sadie D. Leighton





Children

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Mamhod Shloul and Cecelia Dora McGlauflin




Husband Mamhod Shloul

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       Marriage: June 11, 1976 - Providence, Providence Co., Rhode Island




Wife Cecelia Dora McGlauflin

           Born: March 16, 1923 - Limestone, Aroostook Co., Maine
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         Father: Ivan Leigh McGlauflin
         Mother: Eva Mildred Tilley



   Other Spouse: Ernest Joseph Landy - February 14, 1942 - Presque Isle, Aroostook Co., Maine

   Other Spouse: Santo Balsamo - 1957

   Other Spouse: Santo Domingo Vasquez - August 12, 1969 - Providence, Providence Co., Rhode Island

   Other Spouse: Thomas Ellis Hill - 1960


Noted events in their marriage were:
1. Divorce Filed - Providence, Providence Co., Rhode Island

2. Engagement - Divorce Final


Children

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Santo Domingo Vasquez and Cecelia Dora McGlauflin




Husband Santo Domingo Vasquez

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       Marriage: August 12, 1969 - Providence, Providence Co., Rhode Island




Wife Cecelia Dora McGlauflin

           Born: March 16, 1923 - Limestone, Aroostook Co., Maine
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           Died: 
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         Father: Ivan Leigh McGlauflin
         Mother: Eva Mildred Tilley



   Other Spouse: Mamhod Shloul - June 11, 1976 - Providence, Providence Co., Rhode Island

   Other Spouse: Ernest Joseph Landy - February 14, 1942 - Presque Isle, Aroostook Co., Maine

   Other Spouse: Santo Balsamo - 1957

   Other Spouse: Thomas Ellis Hill - 1960


Noted events in their marriage were:
1. Divorce Filed - Providence, Providence Co., Rhode Island

2. Engagement - Papers Signed By Judge


Children

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David McGlauflin and Rebecca Turner




Husband David McGlauflin

           Born: September 25, 1845
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         Father: David McGlauflin
         Mother: Rebecca Bridges Huckings


       Marriage: 1887 - Portsmouth, New Hampshire




Wife Rebecca Turner

           Born: 1854
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Children

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Don McGlauflin and Wilma




Husband Don McGlauflin

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         Father: Eugene G. McGlauflin
         Mother: 


       Marriage: Private




Wife Wilma

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Children

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Eldridge Steeres and Dorothy Leonard McGlauflin




Husband Eldridge Steeres

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       Marriage: Private




Wife Dorothy Leonard McGlauflin

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         Father: Everett A. McGlauflin
         Mother: Margaret M. Muir





Children

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Earl Albion McGlauflin and Thelma Parmenter




Husband Earl Albion McGlauflin

           Born: July 28, 1889 - Spokane, Washington
       Baptized: 
           Died: April 27, 1963 - Salem, Oregon
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         Father: Albion McGlauflin
         Mother: Aleda Brockway


       Marriage: 




Wife Thelma Parmenter

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Children

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Jacob B. Merrithew and Edna M. McGlauflin




Husband Jacob B. Merrithew

           Born:  - Presque Isle, Aroostook Co., Maine
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       Marriage: April 10, 1909 - Presque Isle, Aroostook Co., Maine




Wife Edna M. McGlauflin

           Born: August 15, 1889 - Presque Isle, Aroostook Co., Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: October 15, 1910
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         Father: Percy McGlauflin
         Mother: Sarah Sadie D. Leighton





Children
1 F Edna Merrithew

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2 F Pearl Merrithew

           Born: October 15, 1910
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         Spouse: Rodney Tarr



3 F Beryl Merrithew

           Born: October 15, 1910
       Baptized: 
           Died: June 1964
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Spencer
           Marr: Private




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Hugh Stewart and Elizabeth McGlauflin




Husband Hugh Stewart

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Wife Elizabeth McGlauflin

           Born: November 3, 1928
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         Father: Wallace Hammond McGlauflin
         Mother: Alice C. Montgomery





Children

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Eugene McGlauflin and Dorothy White




Husband Eugene McGlauflin

           Born: July 15
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         Father: George E. McGlauflin
         Mother: Margaret G. Flaherty


       Marriage: Private




Wife Dorothy White

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Children

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Eugene G. McGlauflin




Husband Eugene G. McGlauflin

           Born: February 2, 1880
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           Died: 1949
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         Father: Eugene O. McGlauflin
         Mother: Nellie Goodrich


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Children
1 F Helen McGlauflin

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         Spouse: Gordon Sciwillis
           Marr: Private



2 M Jack McGlauflin

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3 M Don McGlauflin

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         Spouse: Wilma
           Marr: Private




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Everett A. McGlauflin and Margaret M. Muir




Husband Everett A. McGlauflin

           Born:  - Portland, Maine
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           Died: November 4, 1972
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         Father: George McGlauflin
         Mother: Elizabeth King


       Marriage: September 28, 1921 - Maine




Wife Margaret M. Muir

           Born:  - New Brunswick, Maine
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Children
1 F Irene McGlauflin

           Born: February 1922
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           Died: October 1922
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2 M Everett McGlauflin

           Born: 1925
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           Died: 1925
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3 F Dorothy Leonard McGlauflin

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         Spouse: Eldridge Steeres
           Marr: Private




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Everett M. McGlauflin and Ann Rafferty




Husband Everett M. McGlauflin

           Born: June 25, 1851
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           Died:  - Dover, New Hampshire
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         Father: David McGlauflin
         Mother: Rebecca Bridges Huckings


       Marriage: 

   Other Spouse: Fanny Harper

   Other Spouse: Ivy Kimball




Wife Ann Rafferty

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Children

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Ezra McGlauflin and Melissa A. Sprague




Husband Ezra McGlauflin

           Born: December 11, 1838 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: July 11, 1896 - Blaine, Maine
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         Father: John McGlauflin
         Mother: Hannah Smith


       Marriage: August 18, 1861




Wife Melissa A. Sprague

           Born: March 30, 1837 - Charlotte, Maine
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           Died: 1905 - Presque Isle, Maine
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Children
1 M Ernest Thurston McGlauflin

           Born: July 7, 1863 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: January 25, 1922 - Presque Isle, Maine
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Eva Albertina Griffin
           Marr: January 17, 1888



2 F Winfred McGlauflin

           Born: October 22, 1871
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           Died: December 3, 1971
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3 M Seldon A. McGlauflin

           Born: February 20, 1874
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           Died: April 22, 1945
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Maud Porter




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Ezra McGlauflin




Husband Ezra McGlauflin

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         Father: David McGlauflin
         Mother: Rebecca Bridges


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Children
1 M Ira McGlauflin

           Born:  - Pembroke, Maine
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         Spouse: Fanny




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William Moore and Flora McGlauflin




Husband William Moore

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Wife Flora McGlauflin

           Born: November 21, 1884
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         Father: Albert F. McGlauflin
         Mother: Clara Murphy



   Other Spouse: George Farley

   Other Spouse: Walter Pierce



Children
1 M Roger Moore

           Born: December 7, 1916
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Walter Pierce and Flora McGlauflin




Husband Walter Pierce

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Wife Flora McGlauflin

           Born: November 21, 1884
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         Father: Albert F. McGlauflin
         Mother: Clara Murphy



   Other Spouse: George Farley

   Other Spouse: William Moore



Children
1 F Dorothy Pierce

           Born: June 23, 1911 - Goffstown, New Hampshire
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         Spouse: Richard
           Marr: Private



2 F Frances Pierce

           Born: July 24, 1913
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         Spouse: Gale Andrews
           Marr: July 29, 1931




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Alfred W. Searles and Flora E. McGlauflin




Husband Alfred W. Searles

           Born:  - Brownville, Maine
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       Marriage: December 17, 1892




Wife Flora E. McGlauflin

           Born: July 11, 1870 - Mapleton, Aroostook Co., Maine
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           Died: 1925
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         Father: James McGlauflin
         Mother: Mariam C. Greenlaw





Children
1 M Joseph Searles

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2 F Hattie Searles

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Frank McGlauflin and Elizabeth Pratt




Husband Frank McGlauflin

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         Father: Albion McGlauflin
         Mother: 


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Wife Elizabeth Pratt

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Children
1 M Willard P. McGlauflin

           Born: December 25, 1885
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           Died: December 31, 1976 - Calais, Maine
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         Spouse: Olive M. Tyler
           Marr: June 13, 1942 - Maine



2 F Evelyn McGlauflin

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Fred Lewis McGlauflin and Cora Mitchell




Husband Fred Lewis McGlauflin

           Born: September 4, 1866
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           Died: October 23, 1924
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         Father: Benjamin Franklin McGlauflin
         Mother: Eliza Clark


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Wife Cora Mitchell

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Children
1 M Russell Howard McGlauflin

           Born: 1908
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1948
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         Spouse: Mary Vinal
           Marr: 1934




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George McGlauflin and Pauline




Husband George McGlauflin

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           Died:  - Washington
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         Father: Henry  Harry  L. McGlauflin
         Mother: Laura O. Phipps


       Marriage: Private




Wife Pauline

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Children
1 M Robert McGlauflin

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2 M Roger McGlauflin

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George Vail McGlauflin and Adelia Seelye Sealey




Husband George Vail McGlauflin

           Born: December 28, 1858 - Anoka, Minnesota
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           Died: April 30, 1943 - Petaluma, California
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         Father: John Smith McGlauflin
         Mother: Sarah Bunnell Harrington


       Marriage: 




Wife Adelia Seelye Sealey

           Born: November 22, 1858 - Anoka, Minnesota
       Baptized: 
           Died: December 10, 1926 - Petaluma, California
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Children
1 M Guy Earl McGlauflin

           Born: December 23, 1884 - Spokane, Washington
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 10, 1921 - Los Ontos, California
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Inez Goff



2 F Queen Mabel McGlauflin

           Born: 1889
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         Spouse: Charles Hadley



3 M Hallam Clemment McGlauflin

           Born: January 2, 1898 - Sunnydale, California
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1947
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Francesca Bond
           Marr: September 20, 1919 - Petaluma, California




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Horace McGlauflin and Gertrude McGlauflin




Husband Horace McGlauflin

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         Father: Albert McGlauflin
         Mother: Joanna Noble


       Marriage: December 7, 1880




Wife Gertrude McGlauflin

           Born: June 15, 1859 - Mapleton, Maine
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         Father: Josiah McGlauflin
         Mother: Margaret Griffin





Children

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John Waddell and Hannah McGlauflin




Husband John Waddell

           Born: May 7, 1845 - Castle Hill, Maine
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           Died: February 2, 1925
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       Marriage: 




Wife Hannah McGlauflin

           Born: October 21, 1848
       Baptized: 
           Died: December 21, 1929
         Buried: 


         Father: John McGlauflin
         Mother: Hannah Smith





Children
1 M Jesse A. Waddell

           Born: October 10, 1866 - Castle Hill, Maine
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           Died: July 1, 1929
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2 F Mary Waddell

           Born: April 8, 1869
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3 M Edward I. Waddell

           Born: October 19, 1871
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         Spouse: Iva Woodbury
         Spouse: Rosella Humphrey



4 M Ralph Eugene Waddell

           Born: July 19, 1873
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5 M Wallace Waddell

           Born: February 6, 1882
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           Died: July 26, 1951
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Phebe Craig



6 F Susie Waddell

           Born: May 1, 1884
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1975
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Horace Higgins




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Harvey Flavel McGlauflin and Georgia Ethel Wray




Husband Harvey Flavel McGlauflin

           Born: December 31, 1890
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           Died: January 7, 1955 - Presque Isle, Maine
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         Father: Ernest Thurston McGlauflin
         Mother: Eva Albertina Griffin


       Marriage: October 26, 1910




Wife Georgia Ethel Wray

           Born: October 29, 1890
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           Died: November 10, 1963
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Children
1 F Elaine Thelma McGlauflin

           Born: July 3, 1911
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           Died: February 4, 1912
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2 F Irene Dorothy McGlauflin

           Born: May 31, 1913
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         Spouse: Earl Capen



3 M Dana Elmer McGlauflin

           Born: September 5, 1922 - Presque Isle, Aroostook Co., Maine
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         Spouse: Mary Geraldine Johndro
           Marr: December 14, 1942 - Maine



4 M Earl George McGlauflin

           Born: August 5, 1926 - Presque Isle, Aroostook Co., Maine
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         Spouse: Patricia Marion Johnston
           Marr: July 21, 1951 - Presque Isle, Aroostook Co., Maine



5 M Mearl Harvey McGlauflin

           Born: August 5, 1926 - Presque Isle, Aroostook Co., Maine
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6 M Carl Ray McGlauflin

           Born: August 21, 1928 - Presque Isle, Aroostook Co., Maine
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         Spouse: Florence Catherine Johnston
           Marr: November 14, 1952 - Maine




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Gordon Sciwillis and Helen McGlauflin




Husband Gordon Sciwillis

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       Marriage: Private




Wife Helen McGlauflin

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         Father: Eugene G. McGlauflin
         Mother: 





Children

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Helen Mavis McGlauflin




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Wife Helen Mavis McGlauflin

           Born: July 4, 1926 - Rhode Island
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         Father: Charles McGlauflin
         Mother: Ethel Lee





Children

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Henry Harry L. McGlauflin and Laura O. Phipps




Husband Henry Harry L. McGlauflin

            AKA: Harry
           Born:  - Charlotte, Maine
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         Buried: 


         Father: Lorimer McGlauflin
         Mother: Pauline Damon


       Marriage: October 26, 1896 - Charlotte, Maine




Wife Laura O. Phipps

           Born:  - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 M Elmer McGlauflin

           Born: June 3, 1897
       Baptized: 
           Died: April 1983 - Pembroke, Washington Co., Maine
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Gladys
           Marr: Private



2 M George McGlauflin

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Washington
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Pauline
           Marr: Private



3 F Julia McGlauflin

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Emmett Hayden
           Marr: Private



4 M Arthur H. McGlauflin

           Born:  - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Mable V. James
           Marr: August 30, 1933 - Charlotte, Maine



5 M William H. McGlauflin

           Born:  - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Evelyn M. Roy
           Marr: March 8, 1930 - Maine



6 F Thelma E. McGlauflin

           Born:  - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Minden M. Perkins
           Marr: September 30, 1933 - Maine
         Spouse: Harold Hopkins
           Marr: Private




General Notes: Husband - Henry Harry L. McGlauflin

Harry
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Traveller and Ida McGlauflin




Husband Traveller

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Ida McGlauflin

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Lewis McGlauflin
         Mother: Emeline





Children

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Charles Reinhard and Irene McGlauflin




Husband Charles Reinhard

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: Private




Wife Irene McGlauflin

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1940 - Seattle, Washington
         Buried: 


         Father: James Madison McGlauflin
         Mother: Sarah Marie Gillmor



   Other Spouse: Jack Gamon



Children

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Ivan Leigh McGlauflin and Eva Mildred Tilley




Husband Ivan Leigh McGlauflin

           Born: September 9, 1896 - Limestone, Aroostook Co., Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: July 27, 1963 - Augusta, Maine
         Buried: 


         Father: Percy McGlauflin
         Mother: Sarah Sadie D. Leighton


       Marriage: November 16, 1922 - Limestone, Aroostook Co., Maine




Wife Eva Mildred Tilley

           Born: July 23, 1897 - Castle Hill, Maine
       Baptized: November 1980 - Presque Isle, Aroostook Co., Maine
           Died: November 6, 1980 - Providence, Providence, Rhode Island
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Cecelia Dora McGlauflin

           Born: March 16, 1923 - Limestone, Aroostook Co., Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Mamhod Shloul
           Marr: June 11, 1976 - Providence, Providence Co., Rhode Island
         Spouse: Ernest Joseph Landy
           Marr: February 14, 1942 - Presque Isle, Aroostook Co., Maine
         Spouse: Santo Balsamo
           Marr: 1957
         Spouse: Santo Domingo Vasquez
           Marr: August 12, 1969 - Providence, Providence Co., Rhode Island
         Spouse: Thomas Ellis Hill
           Marr: 1960



2 M Ivan Leigh McGlauflin

           Born: November 9, 1924 - Warren, Pennsylvania
       Baptized: 
           Died: December 1, 1992 - Troy, New York
         Buried: 



3 F Avis Ellen McGlauflin

           Born: March 18, 1926 - Presque Isle, Aroostook Co., Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Robert T. Ellis
           Marr: October 9, 1951 - Presque Isle, Aroostook Co., Maine




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John McGlauflin and Ellen Nutter




Husband John McGlauflin

           Born: December 5, 1823 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Northville, New York
         Buried: 


         Father: John McGlauflin
         Mother: Hannah Smith


       Marriage: 

   Other Spouse: Helen Lansing




Wife Ellen Nutter

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Frenchtown, New Jersey
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Nellie McGlauflin

           Born: 1851
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1963
         Buried: 



2 M John Charles McGlauflin

           Born: 1856 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: October 18, 1938
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Charlotte Smith
         Spouse: Helen Lansing



3 F Josephine McGlauflin

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Robertson



4 M Henry McGlauflin

           Born: 1863
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1935
         Buried: 



5 F Bertha McGlauflin

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



6 F Jessie McGlauflin

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1935 - Rock Island, Illinois
         Buried: 




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John McGlauflin




Husband John McGlauflin

           Born: 1920
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: John Charles McGlauflin
         Mother: Charlotte Smith


       Marriage: 1945




Wife

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

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John McGlauflin and Hannah Smith




Husband John McGlauflin

           Born: October 11, 1798 - Charleston, New Hampshire
       Baptized: 
           Died: December 6, 1850 - Charlotte, Maine
         Buried: 
       Marriage: August 5, 1819 - Charlotte, Maine




Wife Hannah Smith

           Born: February 11, 1805 - Pembroke, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: January 5, 1880 - Presque Isle, Maine
         Buried: 


         Father: Hosea Smith
         Mother: Abigail Hersey





Children
1 M Albert McGlauflin

           Born: December 31, 1819 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized:  - Franklin, New Hampshire
           Died: May 1891 - Presque Isle, Maine
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Margaret Griffin
         Spouse: Joanna Noble



2 M Lewis McGlauflin

           Born: February 12, 1821 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: January 1867 - Sacramento, California
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Emeline



3 M Thomas McGlauflin

           Born: June 9, 1822 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: April 20, 1864 - Georgetown, Washington, D. C.
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Alice McCabe



4 M John McGlauflin

           Born: December 5, 1823 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Northville, New York
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Helen Lansing
         Spouse: Ellen Nutter



5 M William Vance McGlauflin

           Born: January 2, 1826 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: January 25, 1851 - Charlotte, Maine
         Buried: 



6 F Hannah McGlauflin

           Born: October 19, 1827 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: June 10, 1842 - Charlotte, Maine
         Buried: 



7 M James McGlauflin

           Born: March 13, 1829 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1902 - Presque Isle, Maine
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Mariam C. Greenlaw
         Spouse: Martha Ann Greenlaw
           Marr: December 30, 1852



8 M Josiah McGlauflin

           Born: August 20, 1830 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 3, 1863 - Chancellorville
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Margaret Griffin



9 F Mary McGlauflin

           Born: May 23, 1832
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1911 - Mapleton, Maine
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Levi W. Hughs
           Marr: May 15, 1852



10 F Sarah McGlauflin

           Born: October 14, 1833
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1904 - Mapleton, Maine
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Thomas Griffin
         Spouse: Hall Packard



11 M Isaac McGlauflin

           Born: June 20, 1835 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 3, 1901 - Presque Isle, Maine
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Sarah Eliza Hammond
           Marr: April 7, 1861



12 F Nancy McGlauflin

           Born: January 30, 1837
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1873 - Presque Isle, Maine
         Buried: 



13 M Ezra McGlauflin

           Born: December 11, 1838 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: July 11, 1896 - Blaine, Maine
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Melissa A. Sprague
           Marr: August 18, 1861



14 F Helen McGlauflin

           Born: January 11, 1841
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1902
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Jonathan Elwell Carter



15 F Alvira McGlauflin

           Born: October 29, 1842
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1908 - Mapleton, Maine
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Ira H. Carter



16 F Laura McGlauflin

           Born: December 30, 1844
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 1897 - Mapleton, Maine
         Buried: 
         Spouse: James Wilcox



17 M Willis G. McGlauflin

           Born: December 23, 1846
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1922
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Rose Waldron



18 F Hannah McGlauflin

           Born: October 21, 1848
       Baptized: 
           Died: December 21, 1929
         Buried: 
         Spouse: John Waddell




General Notes: Child - Isaac McGlauflin

Isaac was a soldier in Co. I., 7th Maine Regt., from August 20,1862 to
June,1865.
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John Charles McGlauflin and Charlotte Smith




Husband John Charles McGlauflin

           Born: 1856 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: October 18, 1938
         Buried: 


         Father: John McGlauflin
         Mother: Ellen Nutter


       Marriage: 

   Other Spouse: Helen Lansing




Wife Charlotte Smith

           Born: 1896
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1933
         Buried: 



Children
1 M John McGlauflin

           Born: 1920
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 F Geraldine McGlauflin

           Born: 1925
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




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Robertson and Josephine McGlauflin




Husband Robertson

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Josephine McGlauflin

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: John McGlauflin
         Mother: Ellen Nutter





Children
1 F Carabel Robertson

           Born: 1895
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1980
         Buried: 



2 M Floyd Robertson

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1975
         Buried: 



3 M William Robertson

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




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James Wilcox and Laura McGlauflin




Husband James Wilcox

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Laura McGlauflin

           Born: December 30, 1844
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 1897 - Mapleton, Maine
         Buried: 


         Father: John McGlauflin
         Mother: Hannah Smith





Children
1 M William Wilcox

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 F Gertrude Wilcox

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 M Loren Wilcox

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



4 M Leslie Wilcox

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




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Lewis Albert McGlauflin and Mary Florance Ruel




Husband Lewis Albert McGlauflin

           Born: June 26, 1892 - Nottingham, New Hampshire
       Baptized: 
           Died: July 1965 - Lakeport, New Hampshire
         Buried: 


         Father: Albert F. McGlauflin
         Mother: Clara Murphy


       Marriage: February 3, 1915




Wife Mary Florance Ruel

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: July 1965 - Lakeport, New Hampshire
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Mildred McGlauflin

           Born: August 8, 1918 - Laconia, New Hampshire
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Sam E. Gilman
           Marr: October 28, 1940




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Kenneth Proctor and Mabel L. McGlauflin




Husband Kenneth Proctor

           Born:  - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: December 25, 1928 - Presque Isle, Aroostook Co., Maine




Wife Mabel L. McGlauflin

           Born: October 25, 1905 - Presque Isle, Aroostook Co., Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Seldon A. McGlauflin
         Mother: Maud Porter





Children
1 M Mike Proctor

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




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Wehring and Margaret Joan McGlauflin




Husband Wehring

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: Private




Wife Margaret Joan McGlauflin

           Born: 1928
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Hallam Clemment McGlauflin
         Mother: Francesca Bond





Children

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Harold A. Trafton and Mary D. McGlauflin




Husband Harold A. Trafton

           Born:  - Bangor, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: September 24, 1947




Wife Mary D. McGlauflin

           Born: June 17, 1924 - Bangor, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Wallace Hammond McGlauflin
         Mother: Alice C. Montgomery





Children

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Levi Ramsdell and Mary Mehitable McGlauflin




Husband Levi Ramsdell

           Born:  - Lubec, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 1846




Wife Mary Mehitable McGlauflin

           Born: July 20, 1822 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: April 12, 1895 - Providence, Rhode Island
         Buried: 


         Father: William McGlauflin
         Mother: Mehitable Smith





Children
1 F Clara Ramsdell

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 M John Ramsdell

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 F Abby Ramsdell

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



4 M Thomas J. Ramsdell

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



5 F Mary Ramsdell

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Barnsdell




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Mearl Harvey McGlauflin




Husband Mearl Harvey McGlauflin

           Born: August 5, 1926 - Presque Isle, Aroostook Co., Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Harvey Flavel McGlauflin
         Mother: Georgia Ethel Wray


       Marriage: 




Wife

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Jean Elaine McGlauflin

           Born: June 18, 1954
       Baptized: 
           Died: June 18, 1954
         Buried: 



2 M McGlauflin

           Born: December 4, 1957
       Baptized: 
           Died: December 4, 1957
         Buried: 




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John Smith and Mehitable McGlauflin




Husband John Smith

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Hosea Smith
         Mother: Mary Damon


       Marriage: 




Wife Mehitable McGlauflin

           Born: October 26, 1818 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: William McGlauflin
         Mother: Mehitable Smith





Children
1 M William M. Smith

           Born: September 1, 1839 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 M John B. Smith

           Born: July 5, 1841 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: April 29, 1842 - Charlotte, Maine
         Buried: 



3 M John B. Smith

           Born: September 5, 1842 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: January 15, 1890 - Springfield, Maine
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Delphina Cole



4 M Otis Smith

           Born: January 26, 1844 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



5 M Reuben Damon Smith

           Born: August 28, 1845 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



6 M Hosea Smith

           Born: January 17, 1847 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



7 M Lorenza Smith

           Born: April 14, 1849 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



8 F Irene Smith

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



9 F Hattie S. Smith

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




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George Walker and Myrtle McGlauflin




Husband George Walker

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 1938




Wife Myrtle McGlauflin

           Born: April 21, 1887 - Salem, New Hampshire
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1965 - Goffstown, New Hampshire
         Buried: 


         Father: Albert F. McGlauflin
         Mother: Clara Murphy





Children

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Nancy McGlauflin




Husband

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Nancy McGlauflin

           Born: January 30, 1837
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1873 - Presque Isle, Maine
         Buried: 


         Father: John McGlauflin
         Mother: Hannah Smith





Children
1 M Albert Sprague

           Born: 1854
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 F Florence Sprague

           Born: 1855
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 M Franklin Sprague

           Born: 1857
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



4 F Ida Sprague

           Born: 1858
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



5 M Horace Sprague

           Born: 1859
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



6 M Fred Sprague

           Born: 1863
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1866
         Buried: 



7 M Fred Sprague

           Born: 1867
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



8 M Parker Sprague

           Born: 1869
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



9 M Cassius Sprague

           Born: 1873
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1873
         Buried: 



10 M Clarence Sprague

           Born: 1873
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1873
         Buried: 




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Robert D. McGlauflin and Mary A. Monahan




Husband Robert D. McGlauflin

           Born: October 24, 1920 - South Portland, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 15, 1978 - Lynnfield, Essex Co., Massachusetts
         Buried: 


         Father: George E. McGlauflin
         Mother: Margaret G. Flaherty


       Marriage: June 21, 1947 - Maine




Wife Mary A. Monahan

           Born:  - Portland, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

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Russell Howard McGlauflin and Mary Vinal




Husband Russell Howard McGlauflin

           Born: 1908
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1948
         Buried: 


         Father: Fred Lewis McGlauflin
         Mother: Cora Mitchell


       Marriage: 1934




Wife Mary Vinal

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

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Richard and Ruth McGlauflin




Husband Richard

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Ruth McGlauflin

           Born: 1920
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Guy Earl McGlauflin
         Mother: Inez Goff





Children

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Hall Packard and Sarah McGlauflin




Husband Hall Packard

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Sarah McGlauflin

           Born: October 14, 1833
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1904 - Mapleton, Maine
         Buried: 


         Father: John McGlauflin
         Mother: Hannah Smith



   Other Spouse: Thomas Griffin



Children

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Post and Sarah B. McGlauflin




Husband Post

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Sarah B. McGlauflin

           Born: March 16, 1834 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: William McGlauflin
         Mother: Mehitable Smith





Children

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Herman Sprague and Sarah Lillian McGlauflin




Husband Herman Sprague

           Born:  - Boston, Massachusetts
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Sarah Lillian McGlauflin

           Born: July 21, 1857 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Josiah McGlauflin
         Mother: Margaret Griffin





Children

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Seldon A. McGlauflin and Maud Porter




Husband Seldon A. McGlauflin

           Born: February 20, 1874
       Baptized: 
           Died: April 22, 1945
         Buried: 


         Father: Ezra McGlauflin
         Mother: Melissa A. Sprague


       Marriage: 




Wife Maud Porter

           Born:  - Castle Hill, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Mabel L. McGlauflin

           Born: October 25, 1905 - Presque Isle, Aroostook Co., Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Kenneth Proctor
           Marr: December 25, 1928 - Presque Isle, Aroostook Co., Maine



2 M Selden Philip McGlauflin

           Born: June 1, 1909 - Presque Isle, Aroostook Co., Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: January 8, 1978 - Presque Isle, Aroostook Co., Maine
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Mildred Alice Burtchell
           Marr: September 3, 1938 - Maine




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Stan McGlauflin and Winnie




Husband Stan McGlauflin

           Born: 1915
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Guy Earl McGlauflin
         Mother: Inez Goff


       Marriage: 1940




Wife Winnie

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

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Minden M. Perkins and Thelma E. McGlauflin




Husband Minden M. Perkins

           Born:  - Cooper, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: September 30, 1933 - Maine




Wife Thelma E. McGlauflin

           Born:  - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Henry  Harry  L. McGlauflin
         Mother: Laura O. Phipps



   Other Spouse: Harold Hopkins - Private



Children

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Herman Lindley Sutherland and Vera Alberta McGlauflin




Husband Herman Lindley Sutherland

           Born: August 8, 1899
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 4, 1961
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Vera Alberta McGlauflin

           Born: March 7, 1902
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Ernest Thurston McGlauflin
         Mother: Eva Albertina Griffin





Children
1 M Harold Ernest Sutherland

           Born: March 13, 1924
       Baptized: 
           Died: September 27, 1944
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Marion Marjorie Trombley




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Wallace McGlauflin and Eva Pearl




Husband Wallace McGlauflin

           Born: July 25, 1920
       Baptized: 
           Died: August 1944
         Buried: 


         Father: Wallace Hammond McGlauflin
         Mother: Alice C. Montgomery


       Marriage: 




Wife Eva Pearl

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

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Wallace Hammond McGlauflin and Alice C. Montgomery




Husband Wallace Hammond McGlauflin

           Born: February 1, 1891 - Bangor, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: July 1, 1974 - Rochester, Stafford Co., New Hampshire
         Buried: 


         Father: Percy McGlauflin
         Mother: Sarah Sadie D. Leighton


       Marriage: February 3, 1920 - Bangor, Maine




Wife Alice C. Montgomery

           Born: August 7, 1897 - Bangor, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 1981 - Farmington, Strafford Co., New Hampshire
         Buried: 



Children
1 M Wallace McGlauflin

           Born: July 25, 1920
       Baptized: 
           Died: August 1944
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Eva Pearl



2 M James McGlauflin

           Born: 1923
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1929
         Buried: 



3 F Mary D. McGlauflin

           Born: June 17, 1924 - Bangor, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Harold A. Trafton
           Marr: September 24, 1947



4 F Cecelia F. McGlauflin

           Born: August 30, 1925 - Bangor, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Elton J. Ellsworth
           Marr: December 24, 1945 - Bangor, Maine



5 M Harold McGlauflin

           Born: April 16, 1926
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



6 F Elizabeth McGlauflin

           Born: November 3, 1928
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Hugh Stewart



7 F Irene E. McGlauflin

           Born: January 16, 1930 - Bangor, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 1, 1976
         Buried: 



8 M Charles McGlauflin

           Born: 1933
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1934
         Buried: 



9 M Robert McGlauflin

           Born: 1934
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1934
         Buried: 




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Willard P. McGlauflin and Olive M. Tyler




Husband Willard P. McGlauflin

           Born: December 25, 1885
       Baptized: 
           Died: December 31, 1976 - Calais, Maine
         Buried: 


         Father: Frank McGlauflin
         Mother: Elizabeth Pratt


       Marriage: June 13, 1942 - Maine




Wife Olive M. Tyler

           Born:  - Calais, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

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William McGlauflin and Mehitable Smith




Husband William McGlauflin

           Born: June 1790 - Acworth, New Hampshire
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 24, 1871 - Charlotte, Maine
         Buried: 
       Marriage: November 16, 1816




Wife Mehitable Smith

           Born: February 1, 1800 - Pembroke, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: June 1, 1887 - Charlotte, Maine
         Buried: 


         Father: Hosea Smith
         Mother: Abigail Hersey





Children
1 M William Smith McGlauflin

           Born: June 5, 1817 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1883 - Anoka, Minnesota
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Susan S. Morgan
           Marr: 1845



2 F Mehitable McGlauflin

           Born: October 26, 1818 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: John Smith



3 M James Madison McGlauflin

           Born: September 6, 1820 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: October 31, 1866 - Anoka, Minnesota
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Sarah Marie Gillmor
           Marr: 1854
         Spouse: Irene Gillmor
           Marr: 1849



4 F Mary Mehitable McGlauflin

           Born: July 20, 1822 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: April 12, 1895 - Providence, Rhode Island
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Levi Ramsdell
           Marr: 1846



5 M Samuel G. McGlauflin

           Born: April 5, 1824 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1905 - Anoka, Minnesota
         Buried: 



6 F Abigail S. McGlauflin

           Born: May 27, 1826 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 2, 1855 - Charlotte, Maine
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Oliver Smith



7 M Albion McGlauflin

           Born: March 19, 1828 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



8 M John Smith McGlauflin

           Born: November 11, 1830
       Baptized: 
           Died: October 16, 1906 - Anoka, Minnesota
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Sarah Bunnell Harrington
           Marr: December 1, 1853 - St. John's, New Brunswick
         Spouse: Alice R. Jordan
           Marr: August 10, 1881



9 M Benjamin Franklin McGlauflin

           Born: June 14, 1832 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 4, 1886 - Charlotte, Maine
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Eliza Clark



10 F Sarah B. McGlauflin

           Born: March 16, 1834 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Post



11 M Thomas J. McGlauflin

           Born: June 26, 1836 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Wisconsin
         Buried: 



12 F Rachel W. McGlauflin

           Born: July 31, 1840 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Anoka, Minnesota
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Wesley Case



13 F Almira S. McGlauflin

           Born: January 1, 1843 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: January 25, 1858 - Charlotte, Maine
         Buried: 



14 F Hannah Eliza McGlauflin

           Born: March 31, 1846 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: September 3, 1861 - Charlotte, Maine
         Buried: 




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William H. McGlauflin and Evelyn M. Roy




Husband William H. McGlauflin

           Born:  - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Henry  Harry  L. McGlauflin
         Mother: Laura O. Phipps


       Marriage: March 8, 1930 - Maine




Wife Evelyn M. Roy

           Born:  - Pembroke, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

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William Henry McGlauflin and Lucy Culver Sibley




Husband William Henry McGlauflin

           Born: October 2, 1856 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: March 8, 1927 - Quincy, Massachusetts
         Buried: 


         Father: Thomas McGlauflin
         Mother: Alice McCabe


       Marriage: September 28, 1887

   Other Spouse: Alice Gertrude Coe - September 5, 1912




Wife Lucy Culver Sibley

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

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William Smith McGlauflin and Susan S. Morgan




Husband William Smith McGlauflin

           Born: June 5, 1817 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1883 - Anoka, Minnesota
         Buried: 


         Father: William McGlauflin
         Mother: Mehitable Smith


       Marriage: 1845




Wife Susan S. Morgan

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Hamilton, New York
         Buried: 


Noted events in their marriage were:
1. Engagement - Intentions Of Marriage


Children
1 F Mary E. McGlauflin

           Born: July 1, 1847
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Hanscom



2 F Martha Minnie Gardner McGlauflin

            AKA: Minnie
           Born: May 31, 1849 - Charlotte, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 22, 1922 - Rochester, New York
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Eldon Herbert Lovett
           Marr: 1871 - Alton, Illinois



3 F Harriet L. McGlauflin

           Born: March 2, 1851
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Funt




General Notes: Child - Martha Minnie Gardner McGlauflin

Minnie
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Willis G. McGlauflin and Rose Waldron




Husband Willis G. McGlauflin

           Born: December 23, 1846
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1922
         Buried: 


         Father: John McGlauflin
         Mother: Hannah Smith


       Marriage: 




Wife Rose Waldron

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Alice McGlauflin

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 F Emma McGlauflin

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 F Clara McGlauflin

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



4 M Fred McGlauflin

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




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Edward McGlinchey




Husband Edward McGlinchey

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 M Patrick McGlinchey

           Born: 1817
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: January 5, 1848 - Inverclyde Burial Grounds, Greenock, Scotland
         Spouse: Eliza McGowan
           Marr: 1837




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Alfred Georges Pelletier and Elizabeth Anastasia McGlinchey




Husband Alfred Georges Pelletier

           Born: March 29, 1876 - Matane, Québec, Canada
       Baptized: 
           Died: June 1, 1955 - Winchendon, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
         Buried: June 1955 - Calvary Cemetery, Winchendon, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA


         Father: Jean Pierre Pelletier
         Mother: Marie Antoinette Poir


       Marriage: June 28, 1904 - St. Paul's Curch, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

   Other Spouse: Marie Anne Delima Gertrude Dozois - October 2, 1929 - St. Mary Church, Lynn, Massachusetts, USA

Noted events in his life were:
1. Christened - St. Jérome, Matane, Québec, Canada




Wife Elizabeth Anastasia McGlinchey

           Born: 1877 - Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: June 1, 1926 - Winchendon, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
         Buried: June 4, 1926 - Calvary Cemetery, Winchendon, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA


         Father: Andrew McGlinchey
         Mother: Anne Kelly




Noted events in their marriage were:
1. Marriage License


Children
1 F Elizabeth Anastasia Pelletier

           Born: March 12, 1905 - Winchendon, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: September 10, 1980 - Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
         Buried: September 13, 1980 - Calvary Cemetery, Winchendon, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA



2 F Marie Antoinette Pelletier

           Born: October 3, 1908 - Winchendon, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: March 25, 1998 - Belmont, Massachusetts, USA
         Buried: 



3 F Anne Marie Pelletier

           Born: September 17, 1910 - Winchendon, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: June 21, 1995 - St. Vincent's Hospital, Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA
         Buried: June 26, 1995 - Calvary Cemetery, Winchendon, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA
         Spouse: Robert Emmett Gray
           Marr: April 25, 1942 - St. Mary, Lynn, Massachusetts, USA



4 M Charles Albert Father Joseph Pelletier

           Born: April 24, 1912 - Winchendon, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: August 31, 1986 - St. Vincent's Hospital, Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA
         Buried:  - Fiskdale, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA



5 F Evelyn Gertrude Pelletier

           Born: October 15, 1915 - Winchendon, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 16, 1994 - Belmont, Massachusetts, USA
         Buried: February 19, 1994 - Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
         Spouse: Robert Burns Luick
           Marr: November 21, 1942 - Sacred Heart, Watertown, Massachusetts, USA




General Notes: Husband - Alfred Georges Pelletier

Graphic Designer

Godparents: Georges-Louis Pelletier - Marie-Emma (Rinfret) PelletierProbably baptized at home on the day of his birth.

Occupation: Physician Practiced General Medicine in Winchendon, MA, from1900 until his death.

Medical School: University of Laval - QC, Graduated Summa Cum Laude, June1898 College: Petit Séminaire de Rimouski, Rimouski, QC, Canada



TITL: PLAC M.D.


General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth Anastasia McGlinchey

Teacher, Housewife

Godparents: Occupation: High School Teacher & Housewife College: Radcliff


Notes: Marriage

Elizabeth Mcglinchey Died Ontario This Date

The Ceremony Was Performed By Rev. John J. Ryan

The ceremony was performed by the Rev. John J. Ryan Alfred's brother andsister, Gustave and Blanche served as witnesses.


General Notes: Child - Elizabeth Anastasia Pelletier

Godparents: Paul Bartel (from Gardner) and ??? Occupation: High SchoolTeacher, Boston, MA Betty taught languages, and was Head of the LanguageDept at Brighton H.S., Brighton, MA College: Radcliffe - She andMarie-Antoinette (Toni) lived together for many years
TITL: PLAC (Betty)


General Notes: Child - Marie Antoinette Pelletier

High School Teacher

Godparents: ??? and Mae Dollard Occupation: High School Teacher College:Emmanuel College She and Elizabeth (Betty) lived together for many years
TITL: PLAC (Toni)


General Notes: Child - Anne Marie Pelletier

Social Worker, Teacher & Housewife

Godparents: Andrew McGlinchey and Martha McElroy Occupation: SocialWorker & Housewife College:


General Notes: Child - Charles Albert Father Joseph Pelletier

Priest - College Professor - Athletic Director - Author

Godparents: Occupation: College Professor - Athletic Director - Author Hewas a member of the Augustinians of the Assumption He was ordained apriest in Rome on February 20, 1937 College: Assumption College FatherJoe spent his adult life at Assumption College as a professor,administrator, athletic director, director of development, and author ofmany books and articles on the apparitions of Our Lady. His maininterests in this field were Fatima, Garabandal, and Medugorje(??)(Yugoslavia) His name is inscribed on the Founder's Wall in theBasketball Hall of Fame, Springfield, MA
TITL: PLAC a.a.


General Notes: Child - Evelyn Gertrude Pelletier

Godparents: Occupation: College: A beautiful eulogy was given by Evy'sdaughter, Susan Good. A copy of the text is in the Pelletier Genealogytext...



TITL: PLAC Evy
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Patrick McGlinchey and Eliza McGowan




Husband Patrick McGlinchey

           Born: 1817
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: January 5, 1848 - Inverclyde Burial Grounds, Greenock, Scotland


         Father: Edward McGlinchey
         Mother: 


       Marriage: 1837




Wife Eliza McGowan

           Born: 1818 - Byncrana, Donegal, Ireland
       Baptized: 
           Died: September 4, 1882 - Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
         Buried: September 5, 1882 - Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA


         Father: James McGowan
         Mother: Catharine Kelly





Children
1 M Andrew McGlinchey

           Born: 1839 - Byncrana, Donegal, Ireland
       Baptized: 
           Died: March 29, 1897 - Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
         Buried: 1897 - St. Paul's Cemetery, Arlington, Massachusetts, USA
         Spouse: Anne Kelly
           Marr: August 20, 1867 - St. Peter's Church, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA



2 M James McGlinchey

           Born: 1841 - Greenock, Scotland
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 M John McGlinchey

           Born: 1843 - Greenock, Scotland
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



4 F Kate McGlinchey

           Born: 1846
       Baptized: 
           Died: September 1, 1872 - Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
         Buried: 1872 - Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
         Spouse: James Bolger



5 M Patrick McGlinchey

           Born: 1847 - Greenock, Scotland
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




General Notes: Wife - Eliza McGowan

She came to Cambridge, a widow, in 1852. She lived on the site of theKennedy Library. They took her home by eminent domain. She bought itback, and moved it halfway up Boylston St., now called Kennedy St.


General Notes: Child - James McGlinchey

He was wounded in the Civil War


General Notes: Child - John McGlinchey

He died in the Civil War


General Notes: Child - Patrick McGlinchey

He died on the way to the Yukon
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Terence Cullen Ryan and Catherine Clare McGoldrick




Husband Terence Cullen Ryan

           Born: October 17, 1897 - Rumford Falls, Oxford, ME
       Baptized: 
           Died: July 6, 1956
         Buried: 


         Father: Matthew Francis Ryan
         Mother: Rosella Mary Rush


       Marriage: September 4, 1929




Wife Catherine Clare McGoldrick

           Born: April 21, 1899 - Milltown, Charlotte, New Brunswick
       Baptized: 
           Died: March 5, 1987 - Springfield, Hampden, MA
         Buried: 


         Father: James Henry McGoldrick
         Mother: Annie Letitia Ryan





Children

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James Henry McGoldrick and Annie Letitia Ryan




Husband James Henry McGoldrick

           Born: January 16, 1859 - Milltown, Charlotte, New Brunswick
       Baptized: January 23, 1859 - St. Stephen Parish, Milltown, Charlotte, New Brunswick
           Died: February 3, 1929 - Belmont, Middlesex, MA
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Annie Letitia Ryan

           Born: January 6, 1857 - Baileyville, Washington, ME
       Baptized: 
           Died: November 15, 1918
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Catherine Clare McGoldrick

           Born: April 21, 1899 - Milltown, Charlotte, New Brunswick
       Baptized: 
           Died: March 5, 1987 - Springfield, Hampden, MA
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Terence Cullen Ryan
           Marr: September 4, 1929




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James McMenamin and Margaret McGoldrick




Husband James McMenamin

           Born: 1908
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Henry McMenamin
         Mother: Margaret McMenamin


       Marriage: February 22, 1933




Wife Margaret McGoldrick

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1981
 Cause of Death: Stroke
         Buried: 



Children

General Notes: Husband - James McMenamin

Emigrated to New Zealand in 1927; back to Ireland, 1932, and married Margaret McGoldrick in 1933; no children.
They left the outbacks in 1953, came to Auckland; he worked for the Auckland Gas Co., 16 years.
Margaret "Maggie" died in 1981 after surviving a stroke for 4-1/2 years previous; she worked in a hotel for 8 years.

(Copied from a booklet published by Joseph P. McMenamin)
THE TRUE SAGA OF JAMIE MC MENAMIN, OR, OLD DROVERS NEVER DIE

LETTER FROM JAMES McMENAMIN
OF AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND TO
JOSEPH McMENAMIN, OAK PARK, ILLINOIS IN JUNE 1982

Dear Joe:

At last I have got round to writing a line in reply to your welcome and interesting letter. It was rather a surprise to me. I know I have many relatives in the U.S.A. but do not know them or their addresses. The only ones I ever corresponded with were my uncles Patrick and Hugh. That was in the early 1930s when I was in New Zealand the first time. I learned from my uncle Edward (or Ned) that I had four uncles in the U.S.A., Mick, Owen, Patrick and Hugh. There was another whose name was James. He returned to Ireland from America in the 1860's after losing all his money in a bank swindle - something like 700 pounds sterling. A nice sum in those days. He returned home and later sailed for Australia where men were reported to be finding gold like a man digging potatoes at Ballarat.
Alas, it was wishful thinking. Uncle James worked hard for many years on cattle and sheep runs, where the owners counted their holdings by the square mile. Like most of the family, he could neither write nor read; getting on in years he returned to Ireland with 800 gold sovereigns in his belt and bought into a sizeable farm in Co. Fermanagh where he started farming on his own. But it didn't last long. After so long in the Australian sunshine, the damp, wet climate of Ireland was too much and he came down with rheumatic fever and ever after suffered much with rheumatism.
As a result of Uncle James illness my father, whose name was Henry, had to leave Edenreagh, the ancestral home of the Mac Menamins, and go to Fermanagh taking with him my mother and us 4 children. For a while things went all right. Then my mother took ill and died leaving us with Uncle James and my father. I was 5 then — Mick 4, Annie 3, and Lena 1. My uncle said he would have no woman in the house and he would look after us himself, and so he did. He had learned all about washing, cooking, etc. while in Australia. He was a wonder, but in 1918 he died, aged 68, with a hernia. They did not know what to do with a hernia in those days. He often told us that he regretted leaving Australia.
A year later my father sold the farm in Fermanagh and we came back to Edenreagh, where still lived my Uncle Ned and my Aunt Kate who soon passed away, aged 80. Next to go was my dad, aged 63, with pneumonia. He had been tough as whalebone as a young man - short but solidly built. Uncle Ned was left in charge of us; it is of him I would like to say a few words as it was he who taught me all I know about the history of the Mac Menamins. Ned was born with crippled feet and was of no use at manual work. So he was sent to school where he became a brilliant scholar. Having gone as far as the teacher, who was a well learned man, could take him, he then studied two trades, one a surveyor and the other a valuator of land. Luck was with him for it was the time that Gladstone had decided to buy out the great landed gentry, the Irish landlords who had been the curse of Ireland for centuries. My uncle found plenty of employment in surveying and valueing; he always worked for the tenant farmers on the Irish Land Commission but would never work for a landlord as he hated them like vermin. He was a great reader, and as to the history of Ireland, since the dawn of time he could repeat it like he was saying his prayers.
The Mac Menamins originally came from a place called Slavin Glen, a beautiful glen a few miles from Drumquin, a small country town in County Tyrone, about 10 miles from Armegh which was the largest town in Tyrone. They had lived there since time immemorial. One of them went to Edenreagh with the Earl, Lord, or Marquis “of so and so" who had bought the town land of Edenreagh from the previous land lord. The first thing the new owner did was to turn out all the tenants of the land. He put them on the road side with the help of Military Land Police who were always at his disposal. He left them to perish. But some relief society with dollars it had got from America chartered a coffin ship as they were then called, and took them to Queensland in Australia where they settled, took up land as it was free for the taking, and did well. Today their descendants are well to do, still with a love of Ireland and deep hatred of everything English. The landlord stocked Edenreagh with cattle and employed my ancestor as a herd or stock man as we would call them here. He seems to have gotten on fairly well with this landlord for after a few years he talked him into renting or leasing 100 acres of land to him.
So the Mac Menamins were established in Edenreagh; things flowed quietly until my great great grandfather* came on the scene. As a young man he went to America where he managed to get himself a bit of education - something then impossible in Ireland for a Catholic to get. After some years he returned and took over the farm. He built the first two storied house ever seen in that district, settled down and married - had one boy and one girl. The boy's name was Michael.
Edenreagh was sold again, this time to Lord Tennant; a good and kind man, but an absentee who only came to Ireland for the shooting season. He liked my great great granddad, and always stayed with him while in Ireland, but he made one fatal mistake as far as we were concerned. He appointed a man named John or Jack Johnstone as his agent and he was a devil. He had a good farm himself or an other estate. But he had two on-coming Sons and was looking for farms for them; he was a bitter Orange man and hated Catholics like poison. He disliked my ancestor because he knew he was Fenian, and a Molly Maguire, another society that put terror into landlords and agents. A family named Connally had managed to rent a farm on the estate at a rent they could not pay. So Johnstone jumped them and threw them out on the road side. One farm for one of his sons! Now for the next.
Then my great great granddad walked straight into the net. He saw the Connallys starving on the roadside on a bleak, cold March evening so he said to them, “Come with me, I will give you food and shelter.” The news soon reached Johnstone for there is always in Ireland the informer. On hearing this he dryly remarked, Mac Menamin will soon be looking for shelter himself.” True to his word, some days later he approached the house accompanied by six members of the Royal Irish Constabulary with carbines on their shoulders and revolvers in their belts. Johnstone nailed a notice on the door giving the occupier 7 days to be clear of the property. He had another farm for his son!
My ancestor fled to a bleak mountainside where he built a temporary shelter for himself and his family; it was made of sod and thatched with rushes. Then he called on the Fenians and the Molly Maquires to help him. They frightened Johnstone, but not enough. He would only return 16 acres of the 100 he had confiscated. Eventually seeing he could do no better, my ancestor accepted it and passed peacefully away leaving his son James and daughter Ann on 16 acres.
James married and raised 8 sons and one daughter. Ann married a man called William Monteith who was non-Catholic but he became one, or at least pretended to do so. They had three daughters, the last two twins. On getting married Ann demanded half the land and my grandfather gave it to her, leaving himself 8 acres, too small to live on and too big to live off, as I found when I tried it in later years. Ann died shortly after the birth of the twins and William Monteith, not knowing what to do, was delighted when Mrs. Johnstone, daughter-in-law to the man who robbed us of the land, offered to take the three and bring them up as Protestants. Monteith had no objections. Mrs. Johnstone's husband died without making a will. His brother came and claimed half of everything which amounted to 800 pounds. Mrs. Johnstone, not having any money, had to raise a mortgage on the farm.
When she died she left everything to the Monteith girls along with the mortgage. It looked for a long time as if the land would return to us again, as the Monteith girls were much older than us and we were their nearest relations. But it was not to be; that mortgage spoiled everything. If I could have paid it off in 1932 when I returned from New Zealand I would have got the property, but I had no hope of raising 800 pounds in the middle of a world wide depression -- especially in Ireland. However, a neighbor of theirs who was well off with a farm of 400 acres lent them the money they wanted on conditions their property went to him when they passed away. They did not even return the 8 acres their father had taken from my grandfather. They sold it to another farmer.
So ends the Story of the Mac Menamins in Edenreagh. There are none of them there now. Now, Joe, I have written a lot so will have to come to close; Before doing so, I will ask you a question: which of ny uncles are you descended from? It is not clear in your letter. You referred to a man or girl named Grace. I remember Uncle Ned getting letters from a girl of that name. She sent him an American paper, the Chicago Tribune, for many years. Margaret Bleakly, your contact in Ireland and our distant relative, would know her maiden name. My brother, John, in Fermanagh has been ill for a long time with a heart complaint called angina. It killed Nick and Lena, my brother and sister, and now I suffer with it myself. I am ill now and since my Maggie died last September life is very lonely. I have relatives here, but they live long distances away, except for Mary, one of Mick's girls, who lives in Auckland. But at the other end of it she comes to see me quite often. Her brother John in Tokoroa is the last chance for the name of McMenamin surviving here. Well, Joe, this is all now except to ask you to write to me again. I will be very glad to hear more from you.
Yours sincerely,
J. MacMenamin
*Editors Note - This will be checked since it may be a great grandfather.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF JAMES McMENAMIN OF AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND
SENT TO JOSEPH P. McMENAMIN IN 1983
On March 25th, 1927, I boarded a Ship called the Mataroa. (Shining Cloud in the Maori language) at Southampton in the South of England. The anchor was weighed and we sailed down the English Channel in a stiff breeze, each of us with a rather sad look, and why not? Weren’t we bidding goodbye to all we had known in life so far! Our country, our friends, our relations, and all the happy scenes we had witnessed in our childhood. I can tell you there was little gayêty for a while.
Other things began to attract our attention - passing ships and the lowering weather. I remember meeting the great ship Majestic (then the largest passenger ship in the world) on her return voyage to England. We looked like a banana boat compared to her. Soon the weather looked ugly and big waves began to rise making the “Mataroa” roll with unpleasant results. Passengers began to feel squeamish and expressed wishes that they had never come. They little knew what was ahead of them in the next three days:
Five o’clock sounded and most of us went off for our first dinner at sea. Some did not stay for the three courses but took off to their cabins below. I felt quite good then and ate a hearty dinner, later deciding to get out on deck and have a look around. But a deck officer approached me and told me it would be better to get to my cabin and stay there as there was a storm on the way and he expected a nasty night. I took his advice. The cabin and beds looked nice and neat. I got a top one which proved lucky later on. My luggage consisted of one suitcase which was easily looked after.
Getting into bed I was soon asleep; I hadn't had any sleep for several nights, what with the farewells and a "convoy" in Ireland the night before I left. There was not much chance of any sleep. The trip across the Irish Seas was not one of repose, for the excitement kept one going. Awakening during the night, I was much alarmed at the rolling of the ship. She would roll over on one side, linger a minute or so, then right herself only to do the same thing again. Another thing that alarmed me even more was the swishing of water into the cabin as the ship rolled. I managed to switch on a light and what a sight. Suitcases and clothes were floating around in a foot of water; everyone was awake and everyone sick and vomiting. It made me sick, too, and for the next three days and nights our cabin was a terrible sight. When day came stewards came in and fastened belts across our beds to prevent us being thrown out. They also brought crates of sodawater in small bottles which they urged us to drink as they said it would ease the sickness.
Three days and nights we wallowed in the Bay of Biscay, making little headway. On the morning of the 4th day the ship was steady again. We jumped out of our bunks and rushed up on deck to find a nice calm blue sea and warm sunshine. The big storm was over, in a day or so we would be passing the Canary Islands. Hope soon returned as we sailed on, the weather getting warmer all the time; the sea was like a mill pond. When we reached the tropics we took our blankets and slept on deck at night as it was much cooler. One woke up in the morning feeling so good.
Then we talked alot about Oa Tea Roa. (The land of the long white cloud, in Maori.) We had heard everything good about it. The paradise of the Pacific. “The land of milk and honey." It had plenty of milk and honey all right, but we would learn it stopped there.
Further on the way we stopped at Panama, which was interesting. It was owned and run by the U.S.A. then. We also stopped at Pitcairn Island, some thousand miles north of New Zealand. The natives came out in boats and sold us fruit and curios.
We reached the promised land on May 1st, 1927, and berthed at Princess Warf, Auckland. We admired the beautiful harbour, but that was the last of our admiration. After many hours of red tape, we were allowed to go ashore. There was no welcome of any kind and one could smell an air of hostility among the few people on the wharf, especially the labourers themselves, The government officials were not prepared to offer any help whatsoever. After all the propananda they had put across in England and Ireland inviting immigrants, they now told us that New Zealand was in a depression and that we would have to fend for ourselves. This was anything but encouraging after coming so far. However, a little ray of sunshine broke through; a ships officer came forward to tell us that all who had not already arranged accommodation for that night were welcome to stay on board and have breakfast. With that the shipping company's responsibility ended.
After breakfast I came out onto Quay Street. I thought it better to have a look at my purse; it contained nine shillings and six pence (less than three dollars at the rate of that time) not very much for one who didn't know a soul in the southern hemisphere. I got into conversation with a man who had come up from the country to meet a relative of the Ship and he said that he knew an old farmer named Williams who wanted someone to help him on the farm; he lived alone and milked the cows twice a day and he was stone deaf. He would pay 1:5 shillings per week as wages. I thought it over and decided to have a look at it.
After a lot of trouble, I found my way out in the country long after dark. There was no life or light in the house, but I Spotted a small light some distance away. I went to see what it was and discovered it was the cow shed. The old fellow was milking by the light of a hurricane lamp. The communication between us was very poor as he could not hear. He took me back to the house where he lit a kerosene lamp and then returned to the cow shed to finish the milking. I had a look around inside the house. It was absolutely filthy and stank to high heaven. I sat down on a chair and cried my heart out. What had I done, I asked myself, to get into such a fix? The old coot returned later and started to prepare a meal. I had often seen the pigs fed in Ireland but their meal was much better and cleaner than that one. Our means of talking was two pieces of paper and pencils and it was question and answer all the way.
I suffered with Williams for four months until I had put a bit of money together and in the meantime had got to know another man who had a farm a few miles further along the track. His name was Ted Farr, Australian born and very proud of it. He was a big tall lanky fellow and always wore the slouch hat of the Australians like my Uncle Jamie did in County Fermanagh. He had been in World War I and had built a neat little house of three rooms and had a neat, clean cow shed. Unlike old Williams, he was an excellent housekeeper and cook and milked some 30 cows. He seemed so well off, owned several hundred acres, most of it still in native bush. He asked me if I would like to come and work for him. I said I would be delighted to do so, as I had taken a liking to him. We got on very well. He was my first friend in New Zealand and one of the best. We kept in touch for several years after I left for the South Island.
A race of people I would like to mention here are the native Maori, a brown-skinned people that are Polynesian. They are very like the Irish in many of their manners and customs; if you call at their homes, however humble some of them might be, you are welcomed with real hospitality. Only the best is good enough while you stay.
One night while Ted was talking he made a suggestion which was to change things for me; he suggested I go to the South Island where I would feel more at home there because the people were more friendly. Ted knew that I understood and loved horses and that I was a Champion stacker of hay, wheat, oats, and barley and he explained that those crops, unlike the Auckland area, were quite common there. Although he was sorry to lose me, he said that he would not stand in the way of a young fellow bettering himself, so I went to the South. My first job was a big one, 3,000 acres of wheat to stook (shock) and then stack. Wages were 2 shillings per hour (about 50 cents) and work as long as you were able to do. The work was hard and the climate hot when harvest started in January.
After harvest was over I went potato gathering at one shilling per bag. After that I went on to a big farm as a ‘teamster”, that is, a driver of a team of six big Clydsdale horses hitched to a three furrow plough. I liked this work. It was easy as there was a seat on the plough. The horses knew what to do themselves.
But the human heart or mind is never content and always yearns for something else. I used to see big droves of wild cattle being driven along the roads on stock routes by men and dogs. These men were known as “drovers” and their dogs “Cattle dogs”. At last the desire to become a drover overcame me, so I went and bought myself a well-trained stock horse at a fancy price and two good cattle dogs, one a “heeler” the other a “leader” or dog that guides the mob of cattle in the right direction. I joined up with a gang of drovers but first had to learn how to use the stock whip. And let me tell you, that takes some learning. I gave myself many nasty cuts in the process. The whip is Australian in origin, and is made of pleated kangaroo hide cut into thin strips or strings, then pleated. The handle, 18 inches long, has a light steel bar up its center and the back is ‘roo’ hide that tapers down towards the end of the lash to almost a string, like a leather shoelace. The Australian whip is 18 ft. in length and the New Zealand one 12 ft. In the hand of one who knows to use it, it cracks like a rifle firing and it sure can move cattle.
We headed way up North from Christchurch into the foothills of the Kaikouras, one of the loveliest range of mountains in this world, and moved into wild, broken country, where without the dogs, it would have been hopeless. We would send them to the bush in the morning and not see them till late evening, when one could see the cattle emerging from the gullies and hear the dogs barking. Oh, for one of those days again.
That chapter of our lives was soon to fade as the great depression of the 1930’s was on us and everything seemed to fold up overnight. There was still plenty of work, but no money. The working man could not afford to work for nothing or he would starve. In 1932 I tried hard to find work but all in vain. New Zealand was a different country then that it is now; it had no industries; it was simply a farming country. At last I was fed up and decided to go home. I walked into Thomas Cooks office in Christchurch and found a fellow asleep behind a desk. “Wake up,” I roared. “You’ve got a customer. ’‘What is it?”, he said. "A passage on the first ship out of here,” I replied. That was easily settled as the “Rangitiki’ was sailing in a few days from Wellington. All was needed was 2:10. Later when I boarded ship I was sorry that circumstances had compelled me to leave. As I lay in my bunk at night, I would sometimes remember the poem of a "bush” poet that ran as follows.
It was "A Drover's Horse" and as I thought of it my hand began to close on a fancied rein.
“For I felt the swing and the easy stride
of the grand old horse that I used to ride
In drought or plenty, in good or ill
the old grey horse was my comrade still.
The old grey horse with his honest ways
was a mate to me in the droving days."
We had a pleasant trip home. Quite a number of Irish people were returning as well as myself. We landed at Tilbury and got a train to London. We tasted plenty of good Guinness stout which we hadn’t seen for a long time as New Zealand is a beer drinking country. It was a bit heavy and not being used to it, we became sleepy. Then we had a meal, toddled off to Euston Station to catch the express for Liverpool which we reached at 10 o’clock that night. There the “Ulster Queen” would take us across the Irish Sea to our homeland. We got aboard had some more Guinness and decided to have some sleep as it had been a long day.
We woke up to a beautiful clear morning and came on deck. What a sight met our eyes, one I will never forget. Away to the southwest of us against the skyline were the beautiful Mourne Mountains which looked lovely in the early morning sun. We parted in Belfast after a round of Old Bushmills Irish whiskey, never to meet again.
I made my way to Edenreagh to receive the usual Irish welcome. Times were not as bad as I expected in rural homes - no one was hungry. There was plenty of potatoes, Irish and American bacon. Porridge and plenty of soda bread were cooked in a camp oven over a peat or turf fire. People had little money though; prices of things they had to sell were low but anything one had to buy was cheap. One thing that came to my attention as soon as I arrived was the cheerfulness of the people themselves. I had been sickened before I left New Zealand at the moaning and whining about the bad times. I never heard a murmur in Ireland. Could it be that the Irish people, having been innured to hardships for centuries accepted it as part of llfe.
That was the year 1932. Great events were on the way both for Ireland and me, although we did not realize it at the time. First, I met a lovely girl named Margaret McGoldrick whose people like our own had lived in the Castlederg district for generations. We were married on February 22, 1933, and settled down to live on our little farm at Edenreagh.
On the political scene events began moving in 1932. Mr. De Valera was elected Prime Minister by a large majority of what was then called the Irish Free State. His first move was to inform the British government that a sum of money known as Land Annuities (amounting to 10 million pounds yearly) would no longer be paid to them as they had no rightful claim to it. They were surprised. “What sort of man is this,” they asked. Mr. De Valera told them he was willing to put this matter before any international court in the world and he would abide by that Court’s decision. They said “No, this is a domestic dispute and must be settled within the Empire.” DeValera replied that Ireland considered it a dispute between two independent nations. The British retaliated by imposing a tariff of $6 a head on Irish cattle.
At this time most of Ireland’s cattle surplus was exported to England and Scotland. This new head duty meant the death knell to the Irish cattle farmer. But if his cattle could be gotten into the six northern countries illegally, the tariff could be ignored.

THE SMUGGLERS
So now the three most thrilling years of my life began, and the three hardest. No one, only those who went through it, will ever know the hardships we went through with cold, wet, hunger, and above all fatigue and want of sleep. Still, it had a fascination for us that is hard to understand now. I well remember my first assignment.
It was a lovely evening in September, 1933. I was busy cutting a little field of oats on my small farm in a primitive way with a scythe just as my grandfather had done 100 years ago. A man, whom I knew slightly, approached me and said. “Put that scythe away; I have better work for you.” His name was Con Connally, a big cattle dealer who bought large mobs of cattle in Ireland and took them to England and Scotland, where he sold them at a good profit. He owned a good farm outside Castlederg. He told me he had 60 head over the border at Stranorlar in Donegal, and if I would drive them to his farm at night he would pay me one pound per head. I thought it over and agreed to do the job. He said he did not think there was much danger as the customs had not got the hang of things yet. But if there was trouble, I was to forget the cattle and make my own escape. This was the rule smuggling men laid down afterwards. I told my Maggie what I decided to do. She did not object but was a bit anxious about my safety. Next evening as day was fading, with my faithful dog I set out for Stranorlar some eight or ten miles away. Being a fast walker, it did not take me very long to get there.
I was welcomed by the family where the cattle were held and was soon having a hearty meal. There is no other place in this world for hospitality like Donegal as I was to learn in the following years. We sat afterwards and talked. I told them of the droving days in New Zealand and how it was done there. At midnight I had my mob at the line that divided Ireland. I said a little prayer to the Mother of God for her protection and over we went along the main road to Castlederg, to Connally’s farm, putting the cattle in a field, or paddock as we would call it in New Zealand. I then headed for home, happy and contented. There I found that my Maggie was still afoot. She had stayed up waiting my return. I gave her a lecture not to do that again. Connolly came around and handed me sixty pounds, which when I considered it later was the most unlucky money I ever got. It was tempting, I know, for it caused me to overlook the real big money. I, myself, could have kept away from the border, employed an agent to buy for me and get other smugglers to bring them across to the north. Then I could arrange with the well-to-do Protestant farmers to sell them for me at a pound a head. But I was too young and foolish then to see all that. Daring the customs officer and police to catch me and the moving of mobs of cattle had something appealing in it. Though it differed every way, even to the cattle themselves, from the New Zealand scene, the allure never changed. The cattle in Ireland were docile while their cousins in New Zealand were partly wild and dangerous, would turn on man and horse when roused and severely injure or in some cases kill both.
In Ireland the summer months were the most pleasant for us but they had one drawback. The short nights didn’t give one so much chance if one had to go a long way. Once you crossed the border, the further you got away from it, the safer you were. Two brothers who were twins, John and Joe Donaghy, joined with me. They were both shrewd cattle dealers, and quite a lot of the stock we put over belonged to them. At the start it was one pound per head, but competition grew fast and the price dropped to ten shillings. However, a few men in the business preferred the old drovers who had learned the ropes, and could be trusted; so they continued to pay them the higher price. (God knows we earned it.)
To go on roads and lanes was suicide as these were patrolled day and night by police and customs men in cars and vans. The rugged mountain country, lonely glens and marshy bogs were our routes. It became worse when we got into the farm lands with hedges, ditches, barbedwire fences and stone walls. Noise and lights had to be out. If a beast got injured or bogged in swamp land, it had to be left behind. Time could not be lost.
Many were the stirring episodes that took place involving hair breadth escapes. If I could write a book on it, it could be a best seller. We would cross the border as darkness fell and head for Carrigaholten Mountain which was on the northern side; it was a grim place on a winter night, covered with rocks and heather, leaving nothing to guide you. Lakes, and what was far more danqerous, blind lakes or swamps, were death traps to man or beast. Carrigaholten is not very far from Edenreagh. Most of the cattle for the Castlederg and Drumquin districts came over to Carrigaholten. The Drumquin trip was a tough one for no sooner had you cleared Carrigaholten and gotten across the main road from Enniskillen to Derry (which took some doing) then you ran straight into the Carriaga Stohen Range for the rest of the journey. A dog could be used only if it didn’t bark. How I longed sometimes for a queensland heeler. The cattle were often very tired and sore footed. When we took them over at Lettercran or the Tyrone-Donegal-Fermanagh border, it was a rugged ten Irish miles. The winter nights were cruel, but we were young then and didn’t notice the cold so much; the wet was the worst. Lack of sleep and weariness was another problem. Many times on the bleak slopes of Carrigaholten we lay down in the shelter of a rock and slept for a few hours, while the cattle stood patiently by, glad of a rest also. When we awakened one could hear our teeth chattering.
A cat and mouse game was played between us and the customs guys. When we were putting over a big mob of valuable stock, we would pick out two or three of the least valued and send them ahead with someone who could run. If any customs were in ambush, they would jump out, seize the few cattle and take them off to their station. They seldom worried about the drovers. We would follow an hour later when the way was clear. This method worked for about a year, but our opponents were slowly learning, They would lie "doggo” when the few cattle came along, knowing there were many better to follow. As we learned tricks, so did they.
Finally the Northern Ireland Parliament grew very wrathful at the number of cattle smuggled in so they decided to do something. They blamed the well-to-do Protestant farmers in the North for aiding the smugglers which was true. Weren’t we Irish paying these Loyalists, one pound per head for selling them for us. And wasn’t Sir Basil Brooke, the Prime Minister, the biggest smuggler of all? The British customs got busy and took a census of every animal on every farm within ten miles of the border. They came around often to check and see if anyone had anything not already listed. They had to show evidence how they came to have it. Otherwise, it was seized and the owner fined three times the value or six months hard labor. This happened near the end of 1935 and it almost crippled our industry. A few tried to carry on but the game was nearly over.
One thing we smuggling fellows felt proud of was that the customs hadn’t beaten us. We could put thousands of cattle across if we could only get people to handle them on the other side. A few made fortunes, the shrewd ones, by exploiting others. Others made plenty and spent it as they made it, enjoying themselves. I would say now they were the winners. Still others lost all they had. It was a gamble with a lot of hard work and hardships in it, such as not having your clothes off for a week or seeing a bed in that time. The want of sleep was the worst of all.
The only regret I have, if you could call it that, is that I started at the wrong end of the business financially. I had a lot of fun and excitement. I have no regrets now. My two mates made a lot of money, but in a way, what good was it? John is in his grave many years, and Joe is in a mental hospital. I am still alive and well (thank God).
In 1935, I picked up a newspaper and read big headings that said Labour wins election in New Zealand. I rushed inside and said to my Maggie, “Start packing!” She said, “What for?" I said, “We are on our way to New Zealand.” Maggie was pleased and said, “I won't have to worry about you at night anymore.” So we booked a passage on the Orient liner "Arsova” and sailed via Suez. Called at Gibralter, Marseilles, Toulon, Naples, Port Said, Eden, Colombo, Fremantle, Melbourne and Sydney; crossed the Tasman Sea to New Zealand.
I worked first for a while on farms but seeing no future there, I gained a job with the Lands and Survey Department, the largest farmer in this world as I was to learn. This was 1936. Three years later I saw their stock census published in a paper. It was as follows: sheep—sixteen million, cattle—four million, horses-five hundred thousand. I worked with them 27 years and all that time never was out of sight of cattle, sheep, and horses. It seemed to me that I was doomed to be with them. Sometimes as I slept out at mustering, with the Southern Cross looking down on me, my thoughts would wander back to my smuggling days. I still remember a line or two I composed about them:
"I am wondering today if the old spirit lives
For the men who lived it I vow
A long lease of ease would willingly give
To be back on the border now!"
Jamie McMenamin
9 Islington St.
Hem Bay
Auckland 2 N. 2
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James McGoogan and Nancy McQuillin




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Elmore Slauenwhite and Helen Celia McGowan




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Wife Helen Celia McGowan

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         Father: Harry Stanislaus McGowan
         Mother: Myrtle Charlotte Gregory



   Other Spouse: Gerald Guy Leavitt - October 31, 1954 - Millinocket, ME



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         Father: Harry Stanislaus McGowan
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2 F Sheila McGowan

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         Spouse: Joseph Wildes



3 M James McGowan

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TITL: PLAC "Colonel"
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Albert Louis Summers and Stella Lakin McGowan




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           Born: June 25, 1893 - Dexter, Maine
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         Father: Albert Asa Summers 1
         Mother: Penelope Lawless 2


       Marriage: November 22, 1912 - South Portland

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Softball, and in 1937 while playing for Burnham & Morril went to the
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2nd game. He was the Catcher, he was also the shortest and the oldest
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1 F Dorothy Patton

           Born: 1750 - Londonerry Ulster Ireland
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           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 M Steve Sorg

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



4 M Bob Sorg

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



5 M Mark Sorg

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Elida Sorg




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Benjamin McGrath and Phoebe Theriault




Husband Benjamin McGrath

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: November 2, 1908 - Sheridan, Maine




Wife Phoebe Theriault

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Joseph Theriault
         Mother: Marie Sophie Pelletier





Children

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Douglas Stephen Trueman and Elizabeth Betty McGrath




Husband Douglas Stephen Trueman

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Stephen Edward Trueman
         Mother: Vessa Maud Cadman


       Marriage: 




Wife Elizabeth Betty McGrath

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 M Stephen M. Trueman

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Bonnie Sue Ann Bird



2 M David Edward Trueman

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Nancy Crawford



3 F Donna Marie Trueman

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Geoff Wardrop




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Thomas McGrath and Olive Richardson




Husband Thomas McGrath

           Born: 1773
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 

Noted events in his life were:
1. Residence - Removed To Ohio




Wife Olive Richardson

           Born: August 20, 1775 - Attleborough, Massachusetts
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Henry Richardson
         Mother: Olive Blackington



Noted events in her life were:
1. Residence - Removed To Ohio



Children

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Earl McGraw and Ethel Moyer




Husband Earl McGraw

           Born: 1880 - WI
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 1900 - Fayette, WI




Wife Ethel Moyer

           Born: 1884 - WI
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1967
         Buried: 


         Father: Joseph William Moyer
         Mother: Annetta Smith





Children

General Notes: Husband - Earl McGraw

info-G.Benson 1997


General Notes: Wife - Ethel Moyer

/Degraw/

info-G.Benson 1997
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Kenneth Walston and Opal McGraw




Husband Kenneth Walston

           Born: 1919 - NB
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 1938 - NB




Wife Opal McGraw

           Born: 1921 - NB
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

General Notes: Husband - Kenneth Walston

info-Edna W. Ingham 1965


General Notes: Wife - Opal McGraw

/Walston/

info-Edna W. Ingham 1965
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McGreevy and Slauenwhite




Husband McGreevy

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: McGreevy
         Mother: Faloon


       Marriage: 




Wife Slauenwhite

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 M McGreevy

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




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McGreevy




Husband

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife McGreevy

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: McGreevy
         Mother: Faloon





Children
1 F McGreevy

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




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McGregor and Young




Husband McGregor

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Young

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Coburn I. Young
         Mother: Viola I. Currier





Children
1 F McGregor

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 F Young

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 M McGregor

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



4 M McGregor

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - McGregor

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General Notes: Wife - Young

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General Notes: Child - McGregor

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General Notes: Child - Young

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General Notes: Child - McGregor

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John Miller and Annabella McGregor




Husband John Miller

           Born: 1819
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1880
         Buried: 
       Marriage: January 25, 1845 - Prince Edward Island, Canada




Wife Annabella McGregor

           Born: December 21, 1823 - Black River, Queens, Prince Edward Island, Canada
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1895 - West Devon, Prince Edward Island, Canada
         Buried: 


         Father: James McGregor
         Mother: Jane Brown





Children

General Notes: Wife - Annabella McGregor

!BIRTH: listed in family Bible of James & Jane (Brown) McGregor


Notes: Marriage

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Bernard S. Sargent and Clara Violetta McGregor




Husband Bernard S. Sargent

           Born: July 27, 1887 - West Branch, Ogemaw Co., Mich 3
       Baptized: 
           Died: September 16, 1962 - West Branch, Ogemaw Co., Mich 3
         Buried: 
       Marriage:  - West Branch, Ogemaw Co., Mich 3




Wife Clara Violetta McGregor

           Born: October 4, 1889 - Mt. Morris, Genesee Co., Mich. 3
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Aberdeen McGregor
         Mother: Mehetabel Day





Children
1 M Herbert Macgregor Sargent

           Born: March 24, 1913 - West Branch, Ogemaw Co., Mich 3
       Baptized: 
           Died: April 21, 1976 3
         Buried: 



2 M Bernard H. Sargent

           Born: Private
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Carolyn Lynn Harrison
           Marr: Private



3 M Jack Graham Sargent

           Born: Private
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Florence Artman
           Marr: Private




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David Lawson McGregor and Emily Wakefield




Husband David Lawson McGregor

           Born: September 7, 1827 - Black River, Queens, Prince Edward Island, Canada
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 19, 1895 - Somerville, , Massachusets
         Buried: 


         Father: James McGregor
         Mother: Jane Brown


       Marriage: November 16, 1857 - Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusets




Wife Emily Wakefield

           Born: August 11, 1834 - Alfred, York, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: January 5, 1913 - Somerville, , Massachusets
         Buried: 



Children

General Notes: Husband - David Lawson McGregor

!BIRTH: family Bible of James & Jane (Brown) McGregor
OCCUPATION: Harness maker


Notes: Marriage

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Benjamin Toombs and Eliza Jane McGregor




Husband Benjamin Toombs

           Born: 1845
       Baptized: 
           Died: November 21, 1911
         Buried: 
       Marriage: March 28, 1864 - Charlottetown, Queens, Prince Edward Island, Canada




Wife Eliza Jane McGregor

           Born: January 28, 1843 - Rustico, Queens, Prince Edward Island, Canada
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1922 - Moncton, , New Brunswick, Canada
         Buried: 


         Father: James McGregor
         Mother: Jane Brown





Children

General Notes: Wife - Eliza Jane McGregor

BIRTH: listed in Family Bible of James & Jane (Brown) McGregor
Resided in EPIuntil 1874


Notes: Marriage

_UIDDB9AEC2D1AEDD411B4E8A57E81D81615BD48
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Harry Burton McGregor and Edith Smith




Husband Harry Burton McGregor

           Born: September 17, 1886 - Blackville, Northumberland, New Brunswick, Canada 3
       Baptized: 
           Died: January 16, 1958 - Detroit, Wayne Co., Mich 3
         Buried: 


         Father: Aberdeen McGregor
         Mother: Mehetabel Day


       Marriage:  - Mich 3




Wife Edith Smith

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

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Stuart A. Milster and Janith Lenore McGregor




Husband Stuart A. Milster

           Born: Private
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: Private

Noted events in his life were:
1. Unknown, Christened, Private




Wife Janith Lenore McGregor

           Born: Private
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Leon Clayton McGregor
         Mother: Camilla A. Parliament



Noted events in her life were:
1. Unknown, Christened, Private



Children
1 F Milster

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Herbert A. Mahne




Notes: Marriage

Custom Field:<_FA#> Private
_MSTATPrivate
_MENDPrivate
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John McGregor




Husband John McGregor

           Born: 1802 - New Perth, , Prince Edward Island, Canada
       Baptized: 
           Died: November 19, 1879 - New Perth, , Prince Edward Island, Canada
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 1858 - Prince Edward Island, Canada

   Other Spouse: Elizabeth  Eliza Brown - 1830




Wife

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

General Notes: Husband - John McGregor

Name Suffix:<NSFX> Jr


Notes: Marriage

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Leon Clayton McGregor and Camilla A. Parliament




Husband Leon Clayton McGregor

           Born: March 11, 1885 - Blackville, Northumberland, New Brunswick, Canada 3
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 20, 1958 - Bay City, Bay Co., Mich. 3
         Buried: 


         Father: Aberdeen McGregor
         Mother: Mehetabel Day


       Marriage: December 25, 1909 - Mich 3




Wife Camilla A. Parliament

           Born: October 5, 1882 - West Branch, Ogemaw Co., Mich. 3
       Baptized: 
           Died: March 16, 1979 - Saginaw, Saginaw Co., Mich. 3
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Janith Lenore McGregor

           Born: Private
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Stuart A. Milster
           Marr: Private




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Joseph Robinson and Mary McGregor




Husband Joseph Robinson

           Born: September 17, 1810 - Charlottetown, Queens, Prince Edward Island, Canada
       Baptized: January 20, 1811
           Died: November 18, 1889 - Bracken Point, Queens, Prince Edward Island, Canada
         Buried: 
       Marriage: September 21, 1854 - Charlottetown, Queens, Prince Edward Island, Canada




Wife Mary McGregor

           Born: September 29, 1829 - Black River, Queens, Prince Edward Island, Canada
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 9, 1859 - Rustico, Queens, Prince Edward Island, Canada
         Buried: 


         Father: James McGregor
         Mother: Jane Brown





Children

General Notes: Wife - Mary McGregor

!BIRTH; listed in Family Bible of James & Jane (Brown) McGregor
BURIED: Brackley Point Cemetery, PEI


Notes: Marriage

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Edward James Mier and Nina Mae McGregor




Husband Edward James Mier

           Born: May 9, 1889 - Klacking Creek, Mich. 3
       Baptized: 
           Died: April 24, 1981 - Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., Wis. 3
         Buried: 
       Marriage: May 4, 1914 - West Branch, Ogemaw Co., Mich 3




Wife Nina Mae McGregor

           Born: February 2, 1888 - Mt. Morris, Genesee Co., Mich. 3
       Baptized: 
           Died: April 2, 1980 - Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., Wis. 3
         Buried: 


         Father: Aberdeen McGregor
         Mother: Mehetabel Day





Children
1 F Nina Jane Mier

           Born: Private
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: James Carroll Weir
           Marr: Private



2 M Arthur James Mier

           Born: Private
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Esther M. Cole
           Marr: Private




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Samuel Perry and Mary McGrew




Husband Samuel Perry

           Born: 1742 - Pennsylvania, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1810 - Kentucky, USA
         Buried: 


         Father: Samuel Perry
         Mother: Annis Watson


       Marriage: 




Wife Mary McGrew

           Born: 1746
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 M Robert Samuel Perry

           Born: 1787
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1852 - Louisiana
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Ezemily Boothe




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John McGrigor and Mary Moor




Husband John McGrigor

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: November 23, 1792 - Newburgh, Fife, Scotland




Wife Mary Moor

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Marion McGrigor

           Born: September 26, 1793 - Newburgh, Fife, Scotland
       Baptized: September 29, 1793 - Newburgh, Fife, Scotland
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 M David McGrigor

           Born: June 3, 1795 - Newburgh, Fife, Scotland
       Baptized: June 7, 1795 - Newburgh, Fife, Scotland
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 M Robert McGrigor

           Born: October 26, 1797 - Newburgh, Fife, Scotland
       Baptized: October 29, 1797 - Newburgh, Fife, Scotland
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Janet Morris
           Marr: November 28, 1821 - Newburgh, Fife, Scotland



4 M Thomas McGrigor

           Born: January 15, 1800 - Newburgh, Fife, Scotland
       Baptized: January 19, 1800 - Newburgh, Fife, Scotland
           Died: 
         Buried: 



5 M James McGrigor

           Born: August 15, 1802 - Newburgh, Fife, Scotland
       Baptized: August 22, 1802 - Newburgh, Fife, Scotland
           Died: 
         Buried: 



6 M Andrew McGrigor

           Born: August 15, 1802 - Newburgh, Fife, Scotland
       Baptized: August 22, 1802 - Newburgh, Fife, Scotland
           Died: 
         Buried: 



7 F Margaret McGrigor

           Born: March 2, 1806 - Newburgh, Fife, Scotland
       Baptized: March 9, 1806 - Newburgh, Fife, Scotland
           Died: 
         Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - John McGrigor

The marriage of John to Mary Moor is recorded in the O.P.R. Newburgh, Co. Fife (450/1) marriages/Proclamations


General Notes: Child - Robert McGrigor

The marriage of Robert to Janet Morris is recorded in the O.P.R. Newburgh, Co. Fife (450/2) Marriages.
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Robert McGrigor and Janet Morris




Husband Robert McGrigor

           Born: October 26, 1797 - Newburgh, Fife, Scotland
       Baptized: October 29, 1797 - Newburgh, Fife, Scotland
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: John McGrigor
         Mother: Mary Moor


       Marriage: November 28, 1821 - Newburgh, Fife, Scotland




Wife Janet Morris

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Mary Ann McGregor

           Born: February 26, 1822 - Newburgh, Fife, Scotland
       Baptized: 
           Died: March 11, 1895 - Warren, Worcester, MA
         Buried:  - Pine Grove Cemetery, Warren, MA
         Spouse: James Chapman
           Marr: September 26, 1841 - Arngask, Fife, Scotland




General Notes: Husband - Robert McGrigor

The marriage of Robert to Janet Morris is recorded in the O.P.R. Newburgh, Co. Fife (450/2) Marriages.


General Notes: Child - Mary Ann McGregor

Mary Ann's birth record is found in O.P.R. Newburgh, Co. Fife (450/2) Births/Baptisms.
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James McGuigan and Laura Murphy




Husband James McGuigan

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Bernard McGuigan
         Mother: Rose McGee


       Marriage: 




Wife Laura Murphy

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: James Murphy
         Mother: Margaret McCarney





Children
1 M Philip Barney McGuigan

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Christina Margaret Doiron




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Charles Tumelty and Ann McGuire




Husband Charles Tumelty

           Born: June 5, 1810 - Enniskillen, County Fermanaugh, Ireland
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1871
         Buried: 


         Father: Patrick Tumelty
         Mother: Mary McGuire


       Marriage: March 1, 1835 - Lowell, Massachusetts, USA

   Other Spouse: Ellen Caden - November 29, 1838 - Lowell, Massachusetts, USA

Noted events in his life were:
1. Immigration - Montpelier, Vermont, USA

2. Naturalization - Lowell, Massachusetts, USA




Wife Ann McGuire

           Born: 1809
       Baptized: 
           Died: September 19, 1836 - Lowell, Massachusetts, USA
         Buried: 



Children

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Michael Swaim and Elizabeth McGuire




Husband Michael Swaim

           Born: 1806 - Surry County, North Carolina, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Michael Swaim
         Mother: Priscilla Sherwood


       Marriage: April 26, 1828 - Surry County, North Carolina, USA

   Other Spouse: Martha Jane Vestal - Surry County, North Carolina, USA




Wife Elizabeth McGuire

           Born: 1812 - NC
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Priscilla Pris Swaim

           Born: 1841 - Maryland
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - TX
         Buried: 
         Spouse: William Claiborne Farrington
           Marr: March 14, 1862 - Jonesville, Surry County, North Carolina, USA



2 M L. Michael Swaim

           Born: 1846 - Yadkin County, North Carolina, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Jonesville NC Area
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Jane E. Farrington
           Marr: February 15, 1867 - Surry County, North Carolina, USA




General Notes: Husband - Michael Swaim

/SWAIN/

fam hist-M.Jagmin 1996

blind, popular preacher

had 12-children (4-boys, 8-girls)

RN=15941 was illigamate ch of RN=15942 and 16225


General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth McGuire

/Swaim/

stayed in NC

fam hist-M.Jagmin 1995

had 12-children (4-boys, 8-girls)


General Notes: Child - Priscilla Pris Swaim

/Farrington/

/SWAIN/

lvd in SC, Lawton OK, Shreveport LA & TX

was in Source: book, "Farrington Families of the South and Allied Lines" by Margaret Farrington Jagmin, pub 1996

Marriage records, Yadkin County, NC married 03-14-1866 and ther bond date was 03-14-1866


General Notes: Child - L. Michael Swaim

/SWAIN/

stayed in NC

was in fam hist-M.Jagmin 1996 pg 37

lvd Booneville, NC

was in IGI NC Apr 1988

svd Conf Army 1861-1865 Co I 28th Reg

first name was Little in some records
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Mooney and Joan McGuire




Husband Mooney

           Born: 1840
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Joan McGuire

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: December 31, 1868 - Rec'd Middletown, VT
 Cause of Death: brain fever
         Buried: 


         Father: James McGuire
         Mother: Sarah





Children

General Notes: Wife - Joan McGuire

OCCUPATION:
1868: farmer [VVRdr]

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Sources


1 Birth Certificate.

2 Ross Graves, William Schurman - Loyalist (Genealogy of the Schurman Line from 1590).

3 Brøderbund Software, Inc, World Family Tree Vol. 4, Ed. 1 (Release date: August 23, 1996), Tree #0898.


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