wardwell.GED Imported Successfully [5 November 2007]
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-WeRelate agent 09:13, 2 April 2007 (MDT)
Not sure how active you are, but I've just started using the site and have found that we have a number of pages in common. I'm trying to do the appropriate merge operations, but of course, you may want to go over things...
-jrm--Jrm03063 14:02, 5 November 2007 (EST)
Great Great Grandfather [5 November 2009]
You have my Great Great Grandfather on your tree Benjamin Woodley. I have some descendants on my tree.--Charlypp 17:18, 5 November 2009 (EST)
Sweet-Wardwell [3 May 2010]
Calvin & Ida are my great-grandparents. Care to share?--DonSweet2 05:51, 3 May 2010 (EDT)
Possible Dunbar Source [12 June 2011]
I found this source on WorldCat and thought you might find it related to the Dunbar lines in Maine you are researching. Dunbar family collection, 20th century, held at the Penobscot Maritime Museum in Searsport, Maine.--Brenda (kennebec1) 09:09, 12 June 2011 (EDT)
Samuel Elwell Woodbury & Clarissa Holt [21 October 2012]
Samuel Elwell Woodbury was bp. 13 Jun 1802 in Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts, USA. . s/o Winthrop Woodbury (1773- ) & Lydia Clark (1774- ) . Samuel Elwell, s. Winthrop, bp. June 13, 1802. C.R.2. Gloucester V.R. (Pg. #790). Samuel E., of Salem, and Clarissa Holt, m. Jan. 9, 1826.* Andover V.R. (Page #353).
d/o Amos Holt (1787- ) & Martha Wardwell (1791- )
Clarissa, d. Amos and Martha, b. Aug. 15, 1806. Andover V.R. (Page #197).