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The Aroostook War - unique in history

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Re: The Aroostook War - unique in history

Posted: 25 Feb 2008 10:08AM GMT
Classification: Query
Thank you. I finally did send the information to Chip Gagnon this morning in the mail so I suspect he will get that census information on line on his site fairly soon. The penmanship is fairly easy to read but I am unfamiliar with many of the French names so didnt even want to try.
My website is www.rootsweb.com/~me1837 my email is
nome1837@gwi.nwt. I also have a Canadian ancestry-my father's father(Henry Earl Bartley) was born in Carleton County, NB 1895 his father's(Havelock Bartley) mother's(Abigail Fulton) father (Fulton) migrated to Mars Hill, Maine in the early 1860's and Havelock joined his maternal grandfather in 1907. I have been able to trace back to Digby, Nova Scotia 1820 but then get stuck.
Bertie
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Sharyn McGlin... 13 Dec 2004 4:50AM GMT 
obnn91191 24 Feb 2008 7:23PM GMT 
Sharyn McGlin... 24 Feb 2008 11:42PM GMT 
obnn91191 25 Feb 2008 12:03AM GMT 
Sharyn McGlin... 25 Feb 2008 12:57AM GMT 
obnn91191 25 Feb 2008 5:08PM GMT 
Scrapma1 14 Jan 2010 8:01AM GMT 
nome1837 15 Jan 2010 11:09AM GMT 
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nome1837 17 Jan 2010 7:57AM GMT 
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