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Stevens of Pemaquid (Woolwich)Sagadahoc County / Pemaquid

Joseph St.Amand (View posts)
Posted: 21 Apr 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Stevens, Caswell
Sagadahoc County / Pemaquid: Stevens crossing:

My ancestor, Katherine Stevens, b. 1678, dau/of Thomas Stevens and Merry Caswell of Pemaquid, was captured (with John Stevens, a boy, and Samuel Stevens) by Abenaki Indians 5 Aug 1689 and carried off to Canada where she was later married to Jacques Pacquet 1 Aug 1697 at Quebec. I am looking for information regarding her parents who lived at the crossing toward the north end of the Stevens river; at least a Thomas Stevens (perhaps her grandfather, age 80, in 1685) lived there. A Thomas Stevens was at Pemaquid in 1665, and probably settled there (came from ?) prior to that date. Would you have any information re Katherine's parents, etc.? Did they come directly from England to Maine? Are there any known ancestors, etc.?
Thankyou. Joseph St.Amand

Re: Stevens of Pemaquid (Woolwich)Sagadahoc County / Pemaquid

Posted: 1 May 2009 8:24PM GMT
Classification: Query
Joseph,

Are you still there? Is this Thomas Stephens the son of Thomas Stephens of Pejepscot who owned land over near Brunswick. I have done A LOT of research on Thomas Stevens of Pejepscot (1621-1689)and would be pleased to correspond with anyone who has the same interests.

Kirk Moulton

Re: Stevens of Pemaquid (Woolwich)Sagadahoc County / Pemaquid

Posted: 7 Sep 2011 10:41PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Stevens
I am very interested in Thomas Stevens line and it is reported to link to Thomas Stevens 1730-1799 of Georgetown, Me. It is confusing as there are a number of Thomas' and too many unsupported claims of who relates to who. Would be interested in any information on Thomas of Pejescot and his offspring. I've seen the information in http://www2.curtislibrary.com/history/wheeler/ww_ch1.html, History of Brunswick, Topsham, and Harpswell, Maine: including the ancient ...
By George Augustus Wheeler. Thanks for any conversation on Stevens of Maine and sorting some out. ;)

Re: Stevens of Pemaquid (Woolwich)Sagadahoc County / Pemaquid

Posted: 1 Feb 2012 2:47PM GMT
Classification: Query
I am also looking for information on Stevens (Stephens) from that location and time period and would like to correspond with anyone who has information.

Re: Stevens of Pemaquid (Woolwich)Sagadahoc County / Pemaquid

Posted: 1 Feb 2012 4:23PM GMT
Classification: Query
In the nequasset cemetery there are four persons buried.
Jariel d. 1878, Roxanna d. 1905, Herbert d. 1873 and Sadie d. 1875
All Stephens

Objet : Re: Stevens of Pemaquid (Woolwich)Sagadahoc County / Pemaquid

Posted: 20 Feb 2012 3:50AM GMT
Classification: Query
I would be interested in any information you would be willing to share about Katherine-Françoise Stevens Paents, Thomas Stevens & Merry Caswell. Your help is appreciated.

Luc Blanchette

Re: Stevens of Pemaquid (Woolwich)Sagadahoc County / Pemaquid

Posted: 8 Jan 2013 2:09PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Stevens

Kirk,
I am descended from Katherine Stevens of Pemaquid 1689.
I now have only Robert or James who both paid taxes at Pemaquid in 1687 as possible father for her. I would greatly
appreciate any info on Thomas that you could share.

Chuck

Re: Stevens of Pemaquid (Woolwich)Sagadahoc County / Pemaquid

Posted: 13 Feb 2013 2:34AM GMT
Classification: Query
My uncle has found information on Thomas Stevens. I believe he came from england in 1620 and can find out more information. I found out today that am the 13th generation of Stevens that has lived in Maine! Amazing!
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