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Posted by: chris collman Date: October 21, 2001 at 08:05:43
In Reply to: Re: MA>VT>NY by Mary Stewart of 882

Sorry, I am aware of but I don't have any of the ME clan. I bet the Stewart Clan Magazine collection might be very useful to you.

Certain, I am not one to argue with grandparents <grin> and agree. As you probably know, uniform spelling of things was not usual in the 1700's.

May Elloise Merritt, right around 1900, did a lot of genealogy work which included Mann & Steward/T. I notice that she changes the spelling when they left VT and came to Western NY.

Are you saying a group came from England to MA. Left for ME and then returned to MA? I can not find a Montville ME but see one in SW Mass with my Streets and Tips program.


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