|Michael Maddocks (#47648424)|
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Primarily linked to Maddocks of midcoast Maine. Research Maddocks and Carleton on my fathers side, and Hill and Leroux on my mothers side. A link exist between Maddocks of midcoast such as Swanville/Belfast back to Boothbay/Southport area, then back to Kennebunk/Wells area, then Watertown, MA. |
Other related family names: D'Alessandro, Bryant, Upham, Rancourt, McTaggart, Ware, Dow, Rand, Spaulding, Tibbetts, Curtis, Welch, Sylvester, Mills, Field, Rea, Creighton, Bourassa, Lefebvre, LaPlante, Leolm.
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|john corliss III||martin corliss|
Thank you for adding this photo of his marker.
It's great to see people still do nice things for people they have never met.
John Corliss III
|RICHARD MORRISON||Henry and Virginia Marsh Photo|
Thank you for taking and posting the photo of their head stone
That photo works for me. Thank you.
Added by Beensker on May 02, 2016 8:09 AM
Thank you for the edit for Agnes Hoyt. I would like to approve it, but I am not able to find a source for the date of death. Would you send it to me, please?
Added by Beensker on Apr 17, 2016 8:47 AM
my wife and I have visited booth bay 2 times. we love it there. one of our favorite places that we have visited.
|Alec Johnston ||RE: Maddock - Hamony Grove Cemetery, Portsmouth,NH|
Do you have any contact information regarding the relatives of Samuel and Evelyn (Keniston) Maddock. I would love to get in touch with them.
|Alec Johnston ||Maddock|
Evelyn Keniston Maddock who I mentioned in a prior message find a grave number is
|Alec Johnston ||Maddocks|
Hi I was wondering how you are related to Evelyn Keniston and her husband Samuel B. Maddocks
Hope to hear from you !
Thank you so much for the Mosman photos, I really appreciate you taking the time to get out there!
Added by KB on Sep 27, 2015 9:24 AM
|Tolford Young||Jerry Hamilton|
I received this as part of an email message from
who wrote: "Horace (Maddocks) the son of Nahum is my 3rd great grandfather." and...
"Long time ago I walked the Green Lawn Cemetery in Swanville. Just across the road from the church at just inside the main gate, there was a road of short Maddocks tombstones in very poor condition at that time. Wish I had taken photos of those stones, for over the years they just disappeared. Could have Zenas and his wife Myra been buried there? I do not know of any small cemeteries on any of the Maddocks farms. With that being said, small cemeteries are showing up all the time."
He also wrote, "What I am trying to figure out is how does Michael Maddocks fit into this tree." He obviously has found my Maddocks Family Tree (a 'public tree') on ancestry.com and the find-a-grave references therein. I replied that you have been a persistent researcher of the family, especially in Maine, and "one of the good guys!".
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