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Collected Notes on the Guides and Pioneers from Numerous Sources
Collected Notes on the Guides and Pioneers from Numerous Sources
 
 
2
Durham and Barrington Johnsons
Durham and Barrington Johnsons
Map and select timeline of John Johnson m Prudence Crosby and Joseph Johnson m Mary in Barrington and Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire, sons of John Johnson m Hannah Lewis from Greenland. 
 
3
Early Gideon Seeleys of Stratford
Early Gideon Seeleys of Stratford
 
 
4
Ephraim Seeley Connecticut Militia
Ephraim Seeley Connecticut Militia
 
 
5
Ephraim Seeley Guides and Pioneers Service Records
Ephraim Seeley Guides and Pioneers Service Records
 
 
6
Ephraim Seeley Military
Ephraim Seeley Military
 
 
7
Ephraim Seeley Revolutionary War Connecticut
Ephraim Seeley Revolutionary War Connecticut
 
 
8
Greenlaw Land on Deer Isle before the Revolutionary War
Greenlaw Land on Deer Isle before the Revolutionary War
 
 
9
Holland's Ferry
Holland's Ferry
 
 
10
John Black Grant
John Black Grant
A discussion about John Black's grant of Lot 7 in Digdeguash, and how it was divided. 
 
11
Newcastle Town Records During the Revolutionary War
Newcastle Town Records During the Revolutionary War
 
 
12
Notes on the First Greenlaw Generation in Maine and New Brunswick
Notes on the First Greenlaw Generation in Maine and New Brunswick
 
 
13
Pownalborough Town Records Revolutionary War
Pownalborough Town Records Revolutionary War
 
 
14
Samuel Johnson Farm in Waweig
Samuel Johnson Farm in Waweig
 
 
15
Samuel Johnson Military January 2018
Samuel Johnson Military January 2018
 
 
16
Samuel Johnson Revolutionary War Records
Samuel Johnson Revolutionary War Records
 
 
17
Samuel Johnson's Lot in Balltown
Samuel Johnson's Lot in Balltown
 
 
18
St Andrews Rural 1805
St Andrews Rural 1805
A look at the families living on the Penobscot Association Grant in the rural part of St Andrews, New Brunswick, around 1805. 
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The Jonathan Greenlaw Problem
The Jonathan Greenlaw Problem