Early families of Shapleigh and Acton, Maine
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Early families of Shapleigh and Acton, Maine by Frederick R. Boyle

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Published by P.E. Randall in Portsmouth, N.H .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Shapleigh (Me.),
  • Acton (Me.)

Subjects:

  • Shapleigh (Me.) -- Genealogy,
  • Acton (Me.) -- Genealogy

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementFrederick R. Boyle.
GenreGenealogy.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF29.S5 B69 2002
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3553557M
ISBN 100972047905
LC Control Number2002005913
OCLC/WorldCa49750294

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Early Families of Shapleigh and Acton, Maine () provides genealogies of about separate families of these rural York Co. towns. The time frame carries a family from its arrival in Shapleigh or Acton, many prior to , to the births of children born in those towns about Early Families of Shapleigh & Acton - Fred Boyle ; Early Families of Sanford & Springvale - Fred Boyle ; Later Families of Sanford & Springvale - Fred Boyle ; Early Families of Waterborough - Fred Boyle ; Maine Genealogy, Volumes - ; History of Acton - . York County ME Histories and Genealogies. USA (1,,) > Maine Early families of Shapleigh and Acton, Maine Family History Library History of Acton, Family records entered in the first book of town records of Limington, Maine WorldCat History of Limington. Early Families of Shapleigh and Acton Maine, FR Boyle. lists an Aaron Jellison b. Shapleigh, probable son of Aaron and Olive Nason Jellison, d. Shapleigh 19 June m. Shapleigh 11 June Sophia Tarbox b. Shapleigh Children: [1] Laura E. b 18 Dec d. Rochester, NH 21 Oct m. (1) Shapleigh 12 May Joseph Nathaniel Trafton b.

In his book "early Families of Shapleigh and Acton, Maine," Frederick R. Boyle tells us that William served in the Revolutionary War. The Centennial Edition of the "DAR Index" lists our William Stanley as a private. Fischer's "Patriots of the Revolutionary War - Maine" also includes our William. Shapleigh, in York County, is bounded on the east by Alfred and Waterborough, on the north by Limerick and Newfield, west by Acton, and south by Sanford and Acton. The area is stated at 20, acres by the Maine Register acres by York County Atlas. Its nearest railroad connection is at Springvale on the Portland and Rochester railroad. Hello, I'm hoping someone with a copy of the book "Early Families of Shapleigh and Acton, Maine" by Frederick R. Boyle can do a lookup for me. I'd like to know if the book mentions the NASON families of Shapleigh, as they were circa , in any detail. From the Review in The Maine Genealogist, May , by Joseph Anderson, II, editor. Other books by Frederick R. Boyle Early Families of Sanford-Springvale, Maine () Later Families of Sanford-Springvale, Maine () Early Families of Shapleigh and Acton, Maine () Early Families of Waterborough, Maine () Early Families of Lyman.

The first U.S. Census in lists the town with families, with a total population of persons. This major work is an alphabetically arranged male-line genealogical study of the early families of Standish up to about (and occasionally into the mids), with a brief introductory sketch of each family.4/4(1).   According to Frederick Boyle's book, "Early Families of Shapleigh and Acton, Maine", page , Dorcas Yeaton, b. 3 July , d. Shapleigh 5 Nov (Lebanon VR, NGR, p. 15). According to the Key in Boyle's book, "NGR" refers to Nathan Goodwin's Book of Remarks. [Nathan Goodwin of Shapleigh chronicled deaths in town from Page - This book is a preservation photocopy. It was produced on Hammermill Laser Print natural white, a 60 # book weight acid-free archival paper which meets the requirements of ANSI/NISO Z (permanence of paper) Preservation photocopying and binding by Acme Bookbinding Charlestown, Massachusetts o The borrower must /5(3). history of shapleigh In the winter of a man by the name of Francis Small began keeping a “trading house” somewhere in the vicinity of what is now Limington and Cornish. Many Indians became largely indebted to him, promising him furs and other valuables in the spring.