Fall 2012

Harvestings

Newsletter of the Greater Lowell Genealogy Club of Lowell, Massachusetts

 

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www.rootsweb.com/~maglgc

 

 


Upcoming Events:

September 15, 2012 10:00 am to 1:00 pm at the Pollard Memorial Library.  Please note time change.

 

October 20, 2012 1:30 pm to 4:40 pm at the Pollard Memorial Library.  Remember, October is election month.  If you would like to hold any position, please contact a board member.

 

November 17, 2012 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm at the Pollard Memorial Library.

 

December 2011:  No meeting.  Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukah.

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Note from our president

How often have you needed the 1890 census to find your ancestors?  What do you use as an alternative? I use city directories to find where my ancestors were living between 1880 and 1900; however that only works if I already know where they were living at some time during those 20 years. 

Alternative records like the Overseers of the Poor records for Lowell that we are just finishing indexing can help fill in that gap for many people searching for their ancestors in Lowell. We should all be very proud of what many hands can accomplish in a short period of time. We have indexed just over 3400 records in the past year. If you don’t know many of these records contain names of other family members and for immigrants it notes when and where they arrived and where they lived in between.

We have a few more records to finish being indexed and returned, and then we will post the full indexed list on our Website.

We will be looking for another project like this that we can do to make a difference.

Diane Laferriere

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Past Happenings:

 

April Meeting:  We were luck to have Marian Pierre-Louis for our guest speaker.  She gave a lecture about using New England poverty records to find your ancestors.  

In 1700s and 1800s, towns had stick rules of inhabitancy.  To receive aid a person had to be a legal inhabitant of the town.  This resulted in towns issuing various notifications that are listed in the Town Record books or town reports.  These notifications included: 

Stranger notifications – Inhabitants had 20 days to report any non-resident living with them for longer than three weeks.  Bonds were required by sponsor in the non-resident was staying longer than the three weeks.

Warning Out notifications – By warning out a non-inhabitant, towns were protected from future liability.  People could still live in the town, but could not receive aid from it.  Rhode Island towns would forcibly remove people.  Massachusetts towns were more lenient about letting non-residents stay. 

Cash book line items – found in Treasure’s books showed payments to the poor for food, clothing, health care, shelter, etc.  Some death records can be found in cash books.    

Vendue records – Auctions were

BOARD MEMBERS:

President –- Diane Laferriere – glgcub@msn.com – 978-649-3855

Vice President – Judy Clermont – judi_john@verizon.net

Secretary -  Michelle Robillard - michelle.robillard@gmail.com

Treasurer – Karen Jeffers –

978-663-3664  - karannjeff@yahoo.com

held each year for the care of impoverished residents.  The lowest bidder was then paid the amount of his bid and he was required to care for the people he bid on for that year.

Almshouse records – Some larger town had almshouses for the poor.

 

Below are some books Marian suggested if you want to learn more.

Benton, Josiah Henry.  Warning Out in New England.  Boston: W.B. Clarke Company, 1911

Friend, Esther L. “Notifications and Warning Out: Strangers Taken Into Wrentham, Massachusetts, Between 1731 and 1812.” The New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol 141 (1987): 179-188

Gutman, Robert. “Birth and Death Registration in Massachusetts. I. The Colonial Background, 1639-1800.” The Milbank Memorial Fund Quarterly Vol 36, No. 1 (Jan. 1958): 58-74

Herndon, Ruth Wallis. Unwelcome Americans : Living on the Margin in Early New England.  Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2001.

Lainhart, Ann S.  Digging for Genealogical Treasure in New England Town Records. Boston; New England Historic Genealogical Society. 1996.

Rapaport, Diane.  New England Court Records: A Research Guide for Genealogists and Historians.  Burlington, MA:  Quill Pen Press, 2006.

 

Members in Attendance:  Karen Jeffers, Maureen Famolare, Michelle Robillard, Judi Clermont, Maureen Reilly, Marguerite Sabatino, Barb Saunders and Ed Miller.  (Ed moved this summer to Missouri to be with his daughter and grandchildren.)

 

May Meeting:  We worked on OPR records during the May meeting.  All folders have been distributed.  The index to the OPR records will be on the club website. Unfortunately we were not able to start the foreign passport project.

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For your information:  As in previous years, Karen and  I are pleading with our members to send us tidbits or anything you feel our members may enjoy reading  The newsletter is only as interesting as you, our members and board members, make it.

We all enjoy reading family stories about our co-members.  It’s fun for all of us to see how others lived , worked and played.  Please contact  Maureen  (Jimsmoe@gmail.com) or Karen with any articles.

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Some Interesting Web Sites:

 

http://www.genealogical.com/   A newly found site that seems to have a number of interesting books and cds for sale.  You might find something interesting here.

http://www.newhorizonsgenealogicalservices.com/index.html   New Horizons Genealogy specializes in New England and New York Colonial American Genealogy, Ancestry and Family History. Our record collections include, Vital records, Arnold Collection of Rhode Island Vital Records, Barbour Collection of Connecticut Vital Records, Colonial and State Census records, Federal and State Census Mortality Schedules, Cemetery records, 1840 Census of Pensioners and Revolutionary War Soldiers Buried in New York State.

http://www.namesinstone.com/  Search for a burial record and view the grave location on the map for FREE. Or register for additional benefits. The Limited Membership unleashes the power of the Internet. Communicate with others researching cemeteries, share information about a grave location, a headstone photograph, or an obituary. The Limited Membership is also the gateway to building your own cemetery maps, online!

http://obituarieshelp.org/free_printable_blank_family_tree.html Free downloadable templates to use if you would like to make a fancy family tree gift.

http://www.castlegarden.org/  CastleGarden.org is an educational project of The Battery Conservancy. This free site offers access to an extraordinary database of information on 11 million immigrants from 1820 through 1892, the year Ellis Island opened. Over 100 million Americans can trace their ancestors to this early immigration period.

http://www.ellisisland.org/         In case you would like more current records than Castlegarden we’ve included Ellis Island

http://www.cyndislist.com/        An oldie but goodie.  A comprehensive, categorized & cross-referenced list of links that point you to genealogical research sites online

http://www.italiangen.org/       An Italian Genealogy club based in New York that has searchable databases – most seem to be centered around New York City

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If you are trying to find someone unindexed census, try the following web site to find the correct ED. (enumeration district).  This can be a very helpful tool for the 1930/1940 censuses.

http://www.stevemorse.org/census/index.html

They offer three utilities to compute EDs for 1940 addresses.

The first is Unified 1940 ED Finder in which you will be able to compute the ED from the 1940 address in major cities directly. All cities having at least 25,000 or more in 1940, and many smaller ones as well, are on this website.

The second is a separate 1930/1940 ED Converter utility that will allow you to convert a 1930 ED to a 1940 ED.

The third is the ED Description utility for 1940 which works best for all rural areas, and institutions, but does cover the other EDs as well.

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For a little humor this month we’ve included the following excerpt from Dick Eastman’s online newsletter.

19th-Century Beauty Tips

 

C1890

It is amazing how hard great-grandmother worked at being beautiful. When Barkham Burroughs wrote his Encyclopaedia of Astounding Facts and Useful Information in 1889, he devoted a full chapter to the “secrets of beauty.” Here are some excerpts:

 

Bathe often: At least once a week, but if possible, a lady should “take a plunge or sponge bath three times a week.”

Don’t wash your hair: Water is “injurious” to the hair. Instead, wipe “the dust of the previous day” away on a towel. You can also brush your hair during any long, idle breaks in the day. 30 minutes is a good hair-brushing session.

And never, ever wash your face: Simply rub the skin with “an ointment of glycerine” and “dry with a chamois-skin or cotton flannel.” One “beautiful lady” is admired who had “not washed her face for three years, yet it is always clean, rosy, sweet and kissable.”

I think I prefer spending time with one of today's ladies. You can read more 1889 beauty "hints" at http://www.mentalfloss.com/blogs/archives/140115

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As we mentioned previously, Ed Miller (Yvonne’s husband) moved to Missouri.  He dropped off a box of materials to Maureen that contained files he found in a closet.  Karen and I were looking through the box and came upon a wonderful little book called, “Collecting Dead Relatives” by Laverne Galeener-Moore.   This book is a real belly roll laugh, but some of the information is dated.  Ms Galeener-Moore introduces you to various characters you have already met such as the BORE, the BRIEFCASE MAGNET, and the OLD MASTER.  She also discusses sadistic, obnoxious county clerks, research survival tactics, proper etiquette in prying information from reluctant relatives, and acceptable and unacceptable behavior in graveyards. Unfortunately upon checking with the publisher we cannot use any passages from the book as it is copyrighted.  However, we now have a copy of this delightful, entertaining book for our members to borrow.  Just give Karen or Maureen a call.



Overseers of the Poor Collection  1880s—1920s

This office was responsible for dispersing aid to the poor of Lowell. This collection consists of 6000+ individual files of people who applied for aid, ranging from transportation money to burials of the poor. While the amount of aid given or received cannot be publically released, the family history information contained in these files are extensive and often chronicle the complete travel history of many who came to Lowell looking for work.

Another installment of the names from the OPR index.  Note:  Not all names from A- L are in last spring's newsletter and this newsletter.  This is only a partial listing.  All names will eventually be put on the website.

 


INGOLDSBY, NELLIE

INNANDO, FRANK

IRELAND, JOHN

IRVANE, FANNIE

ISABELL, JOHN

IVERS, NELLIE

IVORY, JOHN

JACKSON, JAMES

JACKSON, MARY (CHAPMAN) (MORRISON)

JACOBSON, JAKE

JALBERT, JOSEPHINE

JAMBARD, PETER

JAMES, FRANK

JAMES , CONNOR

JANAKOPULOS, PETER

JARRETT, GEORGE 

JARVIS, MARY

JEAN, MICHAEL

JELLEY, JOSEPH

JELLEY, MARY (HOLLERIN)

JENNINGS, MARIA

JENNINGS, MARY J

JEPSON, ELLEN

JODOIN, LOUISA (BROTHERS)

JOHIN, PETER

JOHN, AMANDA

JOHNSON, ANDREW

JOHNSON, CHARLES A.

JOHNSON, EDWARD

JOHNSON, HENRY

JOHNSON, HERMAN

JOHNSON, JAMES C.

JOHNSON, JENNIE (CAMPBELL)

JOHNSON, MARTHA

JOHNSON, MARY

JOHNSON, NELLIE (GANLEY) McMAHON

JOHNSON OR BAGSHAW, ELIZA (HANSON)

JOHNSTON, WILLIAM H

JONES, AUGUSTUS

JONES, CHARLES E.

JONES, CLARA

JONES, ELIZABETH A.

JONES, EUNICE

JONES, FRANK

JONES, GEORGE

JONES, HENRY

JONES, JOHN F.

JONES, LEWELLYN

JONES, THOMAS

JONES, WILLIAM

JONES , MARY E.

JORDAN, JOHN

JORDAN, LOUIS

JORDAN, MARY (DEMPSEY)

JORDAN , JOHN

JOSEPH, JOHN

JOYCE, ELLEN (O'DONNELL)

JOYCE, FRANK P

JUBINVILLE, AMBROISE

JUDGE, LYDIA (RAIN)

JUDGE, MARY

JUDGE, PATRICK

JUDKINS, MARTHA L

JUSTIN, ROSE ANN

KANE, ALICE

KANE, BERNARD

KANE, BRIDGET (MCGINNISS)

KANE, MARGARET

KANE, MARGARET (SIXTON)

KANE, MARTIN

KANE, MICHAEL

KAVENEY, JOHN

KAY, NORA

KAY, WILLIAM H

KEAN, MARY ELIZABETH

KEARIN, JOHN

KEARNEY, THOMAS

KEARNS, MARY

KEARNS, MICHAEL

KEATING, MARY 

KEATING, THOMAS

KEEFE, ELLEN

KEEFE, JAMES

KEEFE, JAMES H.

KEEFE, MARY

KEEFE, PATRICK

KEEFE, WILLIAM

KEEFE AKA O'KEEFE, JOHN

KEEGAN, JAMES

KEEGAN, MICHAEL

KEEGAN , KATE

KEELEY, MARY

KEELEY OR PROCTOR, ANNIE (KEELEY)

KEENAN, DOMINICK

KEENAN, ELLEN 

KEENAN, ROBERT

KEENE, DELIA (DePANCHE)

KEHOE, CHILDREN (6)

KEITH, FRANK A

KELLEHER, JOHN

KELLEHER, PATRICK

KELLEY, ALICE

KELLEY, BRIDGET (CANNON)

KELLEY, BRIDGET (O'SHEA)

KELLEY, CARRIE

KELLEY, ELLEN (MCBRIDE)

KELLEY, FRED E.

KELLEY, JAMES

KELLEY, JENNIE (REED)

KELLEY, JOHN

KELLEY, JOSEPH

KELLEY, KATE (KELLEY)

KELLEY, MARGARET(FINNERTY)

KELLEY, MARTIN

KELLEY, MARY

KELLEY, MARY (HARRIGAN)

KELLEY, MARY (MADDEN)

KELLEY, MICHAEL

KELLEY, PATRICK

KELLEY, PETER

KELLEY, THOMAS H

KELLEY , MARGARET

KELLY, ELLA

KELLY, MARGARET

KELLY, MICHAEL

KELTY, ELLEN (FOLEY)

KENCH, ANNIE

KENDALL, JOSEPHINE

KENDRICK, JABEZ

KENEALLY, KATE (COLEMAN)

KENEALY, HANNAH

KENNEDY, BRIDGET (MCLAUGHLIN)

KENNEDY, BRIDGET AKA DELIA (CONWAY)

KENNEDY, CHRISTOPHER

KENNEDY, ELLEN

KENNEDY, ELLEN (DALY)

KENNEDY, JAMES

KENNEDY, JANE (COOPER)

KENNEDY, JOHN

KENNEDY, MARY

KENNEDY, MARY (MCVEY)

KENNEDY, MICHAEL

KENNEDY, PATRICK

KENNEDY, STEPHEN

KENNEDY, THOMAS

KENNEY, ELIZA AND MARGARET

KENNEY, JANE (WELCH)

KENNEY, JOHN

KENNEY, JOHN H.

KENNEY, KATE (DEMPSEY)

KENNEY, LIZZIE

KENNEY, MICHAEL H.

KENNEY, PATRICK

KENNEY, ROSE

KENNEY, THOMAS

KENYON, DANIEL

KERFOOT, GEORGE W.

KERLER, ROBERT

KERRIGAN, BRIDGET

KERRIGAN, EDWARD

KERRIGAN, MARY  (CULLEN)

KERRIGAN, THOMAS

KERWIN , LIZZIE (DURHAM)

KEYES, EMILY

KIDD, JANE ANN

KIERNAN, JAMES

KIERNAN, PATRICK

KILDUFF, LIZZIE

KILKINNEY, MICHAEL

KILLKINNY, MAGGIE

KILLORN, MARGARET

KILLOY, PATRICK

KILROY, JOHN

KING, ALCIDE

KING, ANN

KING, DELIA (REVERIE)

KING, ELLEN A (KERRIGAN)

KING, MAGGIE

KING, MARGARET T. (GLEASON)

KING, MARY

KING, MARY (FLOOD)

KINGSLEY, GEORGE

KINLOCK, JOHN

KIRKPATRICK, MARTHA

KIRKSHAW, JAMES

KITCHENER, ALFRED T

KIVELL, JOHN M(ICHAEL)

KIVISINNESS, KOSTATENOS

KIVLAN, GEORGE T.

KIZIRIAN, ASADOOR

KNOWLES, ANNIE (FLEMMING)

KNOWLES, CHARLOTTE

KNOWLES, ELBRIDGE G.

KPJMSPM, AUGUST

KYPER, MARY (ARMITAGE)

LA FONTAINE, MARIE L

LA MOINE, LOUIS

LA POINT, LOUIS

LA RUE, NARCISSE

LABATTE, ALPHONSE J

LABOUNTY A.K.A. LABONTE, ODILON

LABRANCH, HERMIDAS

LACEY, JAMES

LACHANCE, AUGUSTUS

LACHANCE, MRS. LEOPOLE (LEMELIN)

LACHAPELLE, ALFRED

LACKIN, BRIDGET

LACOURSE, GEORGE

LACOURSE, LOUIS

LACOURSIERE, ANTOINE

LADD, LILLA

LADUKE, JOSEPH W.

LAFFY, NELLIE (LYNCH)

LAFONT, DAVID

LAFONTAINE, CHARLES

LAFORTUNE, PLACIDE

LAHIFF, MARY

LAHIMIERE, EDWARD

LAJENNESSE, DAMASE

LAJOIE, GUILLAUME

LAKE, MARY (SULLIVAN)

LAMB, ELIZABETH (GUNN)

LAMB, JULIA

LAMBERT, ALEXANDER

LAMBERT, HENRY

LAMBERT, JENNIE

LAMBERT, KATE

LAMERE, ADOLPH

LAMERE, JOSEPHINE

LAMOUREUX, DELIME

LAMOUREUX, JOSEPH

LAMPHIRE, RUFUS D.

LANAHAN, GEORGE F.

LANDON, JENNIE

LANDRY, ANGELINE (SHERSHOIRE)

LANDRY, EDMUND

LANDRY, JOHN

LANDRY, LOUIS

LANDRY, MARIE M (DEZIEL)

LANDRY, OCTAVE

LANDRY, PHILIAS

LANDRY, THOMAS

LANE, GEORGE W

LANE, MARTIN

LANGEVIN, ADELARD

LANGLEY, ALFRED

LANGLEY, ORLANDO H

LANGLOIS, ANGELINA

LANGLOIS, DELIMA (VALIERE)

LANGLOIS, LOUIS

LANGLOIS, VIRGINIE 

LANIHAN, GEORGE

LANNAN, BARTHOLOMEW

LANNES, AGELOS

LAPIERRE, ANGELINA (MRS HECTOR)

LAPINE, ROSANNA (LABRIE)

LAPLANTE, AMEDEE

LAPORTE, DELIMA

LAPORTE, HENRY

LAPPEN, JOHN

LAREAN, PROSPER

LAREAU, ARSENE

LARKIN, BRIDGET (BRADLEY)

LARKIN, THOMAS J.

LARNIE, MARTIN

LAROCHE, WILLIES B.

LAROCQUE, MINNIE

LAROSE, LOCADIE

LAROSE, WILLIAM

LAROUCHE, OLIVIER

LARRAGAY, EDWARD

LARSN ALIAS LARSON, JOHN

LARSON, MARY

LATINVILLE, EDWARD

LAURENCELLI, EDWARD

LAURENTAUS, ANDRES

LAVALLE, BRIDGET (GILLBOY)

LAVALLE, JANE  

LAVELLE, MARY

LAVELLE, PETER

LAVERIERE, PIERRE

LAVERY, MARGARET (WARD)

LAVIETRE, ALBINA

LAVOIE, HENRIETTA

LAWLER AKA LAWLESS, THOMAS

LAWLESS, THOMAS

LAWRENSON, MICHAEL

LAWSON, WILLIAM J

LAYCOCK, ELIZABETH

LE BARON, JAMES

LEACES, ANGELES

LEACH, DANIEL

LEACH, JOHN

LEACH, MARY E.

LEACH, SARAH (DOHERTY)

LEAHY, DANIEL

LEAMY, WILLIAM

LEANOS, GEORGE

LEARY, BRIDGET

LEARY, CHILDREN OF MARY

LEARY, JULIA

LEARY, MARY

LEARY, THOMAS

LEBLANC, AMANDA

LEBLANC, ELEANOR (DESCHENES)

LEBLANC, ELI

LEBLANC, JOSEPH

LEBLANC , JOSEPH

LEBLANC , JOSEPH AKA JOHN

LECKIE, ELLEN (JOHNSON)

LECLAIRE, MARY (COTE)

L'ECUYER, ANGELIQUE

LEE, CHARLES H.

LEE, HANNAH (BOGUE OR BOGNE)

LEE, LIZZIE

LEE, MARGARET (FLAHERTY)

LEE, ROGER

LEEHY, MARY

LEFEBRE, ADELINE 

LEGACY, FRANCIS

LEGARE, MARY JANE (SCOTT)

LEHEY, ELLEN (SCANLAN)

LEIGHTON, LYNN

LEMAY, ABBIE

LEMAY, JENNIE

LEMAY, (ALIAS) BELLEROSE, MARIE (TANCREDE)

LEMOINE, ALBERT

LEMPRONE, DELAIDE

LENAS, ISRAEL

LENNON, JAMES

LENNON, PETER

LENNON/LEONARD, BRIDGET

LEONARD, LAWRENCE

LEONARD, MARGARET (STAPLETON)

LEONARD, MARY (BOLLERD)

LEONARD, MARY (SHARKEY)

LEPAGE, JOSEPH

LEPP, JOSEPH

LESLIE, ALBERT W

LESSARD, ADELARD

LETIMER, WINNIE (JUDGE)

LEVESQUE, JOSEPH E.

LEVESQUE, MAUD (KING)

LEVOIR, ELI

LEVY, SAMUEL

LEWIS, CHARLES

LEWIS, EDWARD

LEZOTTE, LEANDER

LIBERTE, MARGARET

LIGNIERE, BENJ.

LINDEROTT, AUGUST J.

LINDQUIST, OLAF

LINDSAY, JOHN G

LINNEHAN, DENNIS

LINNEHAN, MARGARET (WOLFE)

LINNEHAN, MARIA

LINNEHAN, MARY (TWOHEY)

LINNEHAN, MARY A

LINNIHAN, JOHN

LINSKEY, PETER

LITTLE, ROSE (FISHER)

LIVINGSTON, ANNIE L   AKA CLARA

LLOYD, DAVID

LLOYD, JAMES

LOCKE, MARY

LOFTUS, WILLIAM T

LOGAN, JAMES

LOMBARD, MARY 

LOMBARD, THOMAS

LONG, MARTIN

LONGHARAN, THOMAS

LONGLEY, MARY E.

LONGTIN, HERMIDAS

LONMOS, ANASTASIO

LOONEY, ANN (MATTHEWS)

LOONEY, NORAH

LOORAM, ALICE

LOORAM, JOHN

LORD, GEORGE FRANKLIN

LORD, JENNIE (KNOWLES)

LORIN OR LOORAM, ELLEN (RYAN)

LOUF, PIERRE

LOUGHLIN, MARY

LOUGHLIN, MICHAEL

LOUIS PLANT, JOSEPH

LOUNEY, JEREMIAH

LOVE, MARGARET (GALLAGHER)

LOVELL , MARY (LOFTYS)

LOVETT, (MRS) GEORGE

LOVETT/LEAVITT, RICHARD

LOWE, WILLIAM J

LU, MICHAEL

LUBUNTI, NELLIE

LUCHIA, ALICE

LUFTUS, MARTIN

LUKENS, GEORGE W.

LUNDAY, JOHN

LUNDGREN, HILMAR

LUNDGREN, JOHN

LUSCOMB, MARY E.

LYDEN, MARY

LYDEN, PETER P.

LYNCH, ANN (O'BRIEN)

LYNCH, JEREMIAH

LYNCH, JOHN

LYNCH, JOHN J.

LYNCH, MARY

LYNCH, MARY (LYNCH)

LYNCH, MARY (MURPHY)

LYNCH, MARY (ROAN)

LYNCH, MARY JANE

LYNCH, MATTHEW

LYNCH, MICHAEL

LYNCH, NORA

LYNCH, PATRICK

LYNCH, PETER

LYNCH, THOMAS

LYNCH, THOMAS P

LYNN, JAMES

LYNN, THOMAS

LYONS, EMMA

LYONS, FRANK

LYONS, JOSEPH

LYONS, KATE

LYONS, KATE (SMITH)

LYONS, THOMAS

MACK, ELLEN 

MACK, JAMES

MACK, SAMUEL

MACKEY OR LOOBY, HANNAH

MACURDA, MARIA F

MADDOX, HENRY

MADDOX, JANE (WOOD) BROWN

MADDOX, MARGARET (MURPHY)

MADEERE, JACINTHE

MADIGAN, SARAH (DEVINE)

MAGUANT, AURELIE (WILLETT)

MAGUINN, PIERRE

MAGUIRE, ANNIE (EARLEY)

MAGUIRE, BRIDGET  (CURRY)

MAGUIRE, CORNELIUS

MAGUIRE, EDWARD

MAGUIRE, HUGH

MAGUIRE, JENNIE

MAGUIRE, NELLIE

MAGUIRE, ROSE A (HANLEY)

MAGUIRE, THOMAS

MAHAN, SARAH

MAHER, CATHERINE

MAHER, JOHN

MAHON, THOMAS

MAHONEY, CATHERINE

MAHONEY, EDWARD

MAHONEY, JAMES

MAHONEY, JOHN

MAHONEY, KATE

MAHONEY, MARY

MAHONEY, MARY(CONNORS)

MAHONEY, MICHAEL E.

MAHONEY, NELLIE 

MAHONEY, THOMAS F

MAHONEY, TIMOTHY C.

MAHONEY, WM

MAHR, KATE

MAILLOUX, FRANCOIS

MAINVILLE, JOSEPH

MALLINSON, FRED

MALLON, MARGARET (CONNORS)

MALLON, MARIA (CUMMINGS)

MALLOY, JAMES A

MALONE, EDWARD

MALONE, JANE

MALONE, JOHN

MALONEY, ANNIE (FLANNERY)

MALONEY, BRIDGET

MALONEY, ELLEN (FITZGIBBONS)

MALONEY, JOHN

MALONEY, JOHN F.

MALONEY, LIZZIE

MALONEY, MAGGIE

MALONEY, MICHAEL

MALONEY, PATRICK

MALONEY, WILLIAM

MANCHESTER, MORRISON C

MANDEVILLE, LOUIS

MANGAN, JAMES

MANNING, MARGARET

MANNING, MARY (GUIAHEEN)

MANNING, MARY (SULLIVAN)

MANNING, NELLIE (MURPHY)

MANNING, PATRICK

MANNING , JAMES

MANSFIELD, JOHN

MARCEAU, CELESTIN

MARCET, JOSEPHINE

MARCHAND, CECELIA

MARCHAND, LOUIS C

MARCIL, HERMIDAS

MARCON, EDWIDGE

MARCOTT, MARY

MARCOVITCH, JACOB

MARKET, CHARLES

MARQUIS, MARIE

MARR, AGNES

MARSDEN, MARGARET (TASKER)

MARSH, CHARLES

MARSHALL, AMOS

MARSHALL, CATHERINE (BURNS)

MARSHALL, FRED

MARSHALL, WILLIAM

MARSHALL , MARGARET (LIVINGSTON)

MARSHAUSKY, IDA

MARTE, MARIE LOUISE

MARTEL, LOUIS

MARTIN, ELIZABETH

MARTIN, ETIENNE

MARTIN, JAMES

MARTIN, JOHANNA

MARTIN, JOHN F.

MARTIN, JOSEPH F.

MARTIN, MARGARET

MARTIN, MARGARET (GILL)

MARTIN, MICHAEL

MARTIN, PATRICK

MARTIN, RICHARD

MARTIN, ROBERT

MARTIN, ROBERT F.

MARTIN, WILLIAM

MASOFSKY, MOSES

MASON, MELISSA B. (BLAIN)

MASSE, ANTOINE

MASSE, JULES

MASSEY, FRANK

MASSEY, MARY A. (SCANLON)

MASSICOTTE, CHARLES 

MASSON, PIERRE



 

 

 

 

 

 

If you have any suggestions for projects that the club could do, please give us the information below or send an email to an officer.

 

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2013 DUES!!!!!!!!

(Remember, dues run January to December)

 

The membership rates are as follows:

 

 ___   $10.00 per Individual

 ___   $20.00 for a Family

 ___   $5.00 per Senior (age 62 and over)

 

Enclosed please find $_________ for 2013 dues.

 

Name    __________________________________________

 

Address__________________________________________

             __________________________________________

Phone   __________________________________________

E-mail  __________________________________________

 

Send form and check to:

Greater Lowell Genealogy Club

c/o Karen Jeffers

35 Franklin Street

N. Billerica, MA  01862-1441