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Pejepscot Chapter of the MGS to meet Sunday, Nov. 9th

Pejepscot Chapter of the Maine Genealogical  Society will meet on Sunday, November 9, 2008 at 2  PM in the Morrell Meeting Room of the Curtis  Memorial Library, Brunswick.

Jeffrey Brown, keeper of the keys to what you  want to find at The Maine State Archives and the records  contained therein will speak on the information you've been  seeking.

Come early for a social time and discover a  relative!

FMI  833.7371



Last Updated (Friday, 07 November 2008 18:56)


New Book Posted In the Books Collection

In cleaning out some old files this past weekend, I came across a transcription of a book I did for another project I used to volunteer for.  That project has since gone inactive, so I thought it was worth posting here as well.

 The book is titled (believe it or not)  An Account of John Burbeen, who came from Scotland and settled at Woburn Massachusetts, about 1660 and of such of his descendants as have borne the surname of BURBEEN and was published in 1892.

 You can view the text of this transcription by going to the Books Collection link under Our Projects and clicking on the small pdf icon to the right of the Books Title.

 As always, if you have any trouble accessing this text, please let me know.  Everyone should have access.

 - Brian 

Last Updated (Wednesday, 05 November 2008 12:18)


Oct 20: Today in Maine History

1901: Composer, and Disney Legend, Frank Churchill (Peter Pan, Dumbo, Bambi, “Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?”, “Whistle While You Work”, “Some Day My Prince Will Come”) is born in Rumford, Maine. 

For more information about Mr. Churchill and his work, visit the Wikipedia website at:

Last Updated (Monday, 20 October 2008 14:17)