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Done and To Do in Cape May for James D. Hamilton

James D Hamilton was not found in any of the following:

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Family of Richard Cragg and Sarah Ann Tower

Some time ago, I tried to help a descendant find the mother of Eleanor Cragg who was born in Boston in 1900, likely "out of wedlock."

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Found on Roadside

While looking through the Irish Catholic parish registers, I found this entry ...

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Henry "Harry" Billups, Pittsburgh, 1890

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Henry Billups was last known to be alive in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in January and February 1890.

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Joseph Page of Orono, a Timeline

Before 1775: Lived for sometime in Rhode Island ... 1775: Living in the area of present day Bangor, then called Kenduskeag Plantation.

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Joseph Page of Orono, Maine

Joseph Page was among the first non-Native American settlers in the area of Orono, Maine, arriving there no later than 1783. Joseph was born about 1727, possibly in Rhode Island ...

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Michael Malone, a butler, of New York City

Died at sea: Name: Michael Malone, second cabin passenger.

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Missing Grandfather, Boston or Bangor

Do you recognize the man in this picture? He may have come into your family's history about 1925, probably in the East Boston or Roxbury, Massachusetts area but possibly in Bangor, Maine.

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Oscar Cowan of Rockland, Maine-Solved

I am looking for information about an "Oscar Cowan" of Rockland, Knox County, Maine. I have some reason to believe that this was an alias for William Jerome Page, husband of Margaret Jenkins. I would like help either confirming or disproving that suspicion.

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Samuel Crim of Pedricktown, New Jersey

According to Kurtz - Sittler Genealogy Lines database at rootsweb.com, Aaron Crim and Lydia Harrow of Pedricktown,Salem County, New Jersey, had four children ...

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The Father of James D. Hamilton of Cape May

Assuming the father of James D Hamilton was living with his wife when James was born, and assuming that James actually was born in Cape Island (Cape May) ...

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Was Charles Jenkins Really Samuel Crimm?

That question will only make sense to you if you let me explain the mystery we are facing: It begins with Margaret Louise Jenkins, who was born in East Boston, MA, on March 27, 1889 ...

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William Page and Oscar Cowan—Where They Are Not

William Page/Paige is not buried in Wyoming Cemetery, Melrose, where his father, mother and his brother Augustus are buried. ... Nor with his brother Stover ...

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About
Most of the information here is about my family or my wife’s, or about families with ties to Cleveland, Ohio, or the area near Rostrevor and Kilkeel in County Down, Ireland. There are also some unrelated families included that I came across. Whatever the case, I hope the material is helpful in your own efforts.
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-- Ed Hamilton