Winter 2012-2013

Harvestings

Newsletter of the Greater Lowell Genealogy Club of Lowell, Massachusetts

 

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Greater-Lowell-Genealogy-Club

www.rootsweb.com/~maglgc

 

 


Upcoming Events:

January 26, 2013, 1:30 pm to 4:30pm at the Pollard Memorial Library. 

 

February 23, 2013, 1:30 pm to 4:30pm at the Pollard Memorial Library.  Our Guest speaker will be Sara Campbell.

 

March 23, 2013, 1:30 pm to 4:30pm at the Pollard Memorial Library. 

 

April 20, 2013, Field trip to the 12th New England Regional Genealogical Conference in Manchester, NH.

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January Meeting:

At this meeting we will continue working on the passport project.  If you haven’t participated, please come join us.  The passports are amazing to see and very interesting to read.  It’s a wonderful tool to introduce you to Google translate!

 

If you have any genealogy questions or if you have any show and tell, bring them along with you.  After all, the holidays are over and the scenery has become boring again, and we can spice up your life.

 

February Meeting:  Our guest speaker will be Sara Campbell.

 Our genealogy research begins with records of births, marriages and deaths, but finding out what our ancestors did between those dates helps us understand their lives. Recent immigrants may not have held public offices, but other useful information can be found in the reports of the boards or committees in the town where they lived. They may have worked building roads or sewers, or received assistance in hard times.

 

Sara Campbell will present a talk on what kind of information may be gleaned from records kept by local towns; records that we may not have realized existed.

Sara has been researching her own family history for over 20 years and has presented workshops for Greenfield Community College, Holyoke Community College,

and several Western Mass genealogical societies. She recently began working at the Department of Public Works in Greenfield and can often be found in the vault in Town Hall thumbing through the dusty records.

 

March Meeting:

Will be a general meeting.  We may still be working on the passports, but were also interested in any input from members.

 

April Meeting:

We will not have our typical meeting in April. Instead we will be attending the 12th New England Regional Genealogical Conference at the Radisson Hotel 700 Elm Street, Manchester, NH.

If you would like to attend, you will need to register at http://www.nergc.org/index.html

Single day registration is $90.00 this increases to $100.00 after February 28, 2013. The first lecture starts at 8:30.  When you register you can select the sessions you would like to attend. There are about 35 one hour sessions on Saturday. The conference is divided into tracks which include Skills & Methodology, New England Research, Cemeteries, Records & Sources, DNA & Technology, Ethnic Genealogy & Immigration, Writing &Publishing, and New York & Points West.   Under each

 

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

track are lectures pertaining to the titles of the track.

 

We will meet in Tyngsboro at the

Park and Ride off of Rte 3, Exit

We will meet in Tyngsboro at the Park and Ride off of Rte 3, Exit 35 (Route 113) at 7:00 am and leave at 7:15am.

Please send an email to GLGClub@msn.com if you plan to attend and let me know if you would like to ride with someone or just follow us. We will take Rte 3 to the Everett Turnpike in NH which is a toll road. It will take about 45 minutes from Tyngsboro to the conference.

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Note from our president

Special Note regarding Membership Dues for 2013

Due to the ever increasing rate of postage and copies, we are increasing the dues starting on January 1, 2013. If you pay your dues for 2013 prior to January 1, 2013 you may pay at the 2012 rate (see below).

Membership Dues for 2013:

Individual: $15.00 (paid before

         Jan 1, 2013 $10.00)

Family (Household): $25.00 (paid

         before Jan 1, 2013 $20.00)

Senior (62 & over): $7.00 (paid

         before Jan 1, 2013 $5.00)

 

Thank you for supporting Greater Lowell Genealogy Club with your dues and attendance.

 

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Past Happenings:

September through November meetings.

The indexing of the Overseers of the Poor records was completed.  Thank you to all contributors.  The project was swiftly completed.  Michelle Robillard is in the process of updating our web site and will include this index.

Our new project is trying to trace forward the families of immigrants whose passports were left with the city of Lowell.

In October, elections (not formal) were held.  The entire board has agreed to continue for the upcoming year.  We would like to take this time to thank the board for all the hard work in finding interesting projects for us.

Members in attendance:

October:  Karen Jeffers, Judi Clermont, Peg Leedberg, Diane Laferriere, Michelle Robillard, Dick Anderson (New Member), Jane Pappas, John Pappas

 

November: Karen Jeffers, Maureen Famolare, Dick Anderson, Michelle Robillard, Maureen Reilly, Judi Clermont, Diane Laferriere

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Member News:

We were very sorry to hear of the passing of Donald F. Pattershall in August.  Don and his wife Madeline have been long time members of our club.  We will miss Don’s wonderful sense of humor and his love of genealogy.  Don loved talking about how he discovered family members.  One of his favorite meetings was attending our pot lucks!

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For your information: 

Michelle Robillard is currently redesigning our web site.  Diane was the original designer of the web site and has maintained it.  Michelle volunteered to use her expertise to update the site.  You will be pleasantly pleased with all her hard work.  Her knowledge of working with the clubs new software has produced remarkable results. 

 

Passport Project:

We thought you should have a little more information of the project.  So, Kim Zunino from the Lowell Historic Board asked the club if we would be interested in another project.  Of course we said, “YES!”  Kim had passports that were left at city hall in the early 1900s.  She asked the club to see if we could trace the immigrant forward for the city.  If we can find the families of the immigrants the passports can be returned to them.  If any of you have old family passports you know what a treasure they are.  Not only is the information valuable, but the pictures are incredible.

Diane has indexed the passports and printed an information sheet for each one.  We found ourselves completely fascinated with each and every one of the passports.  I’m afraid not much work was completed because we were so engrossed with the passports themselves.  You would be amazed at how much conversation resulted from just looking at passports.

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Deed Books and the deeds they contain

 

Deed Books are found your county courthouse, and are usually under the jurisdiction of the Register of Deeds.  They contain a record of property transfers.

Deed Books contain records of several kinds of sales:

1.  Deed of Sale (Indenture) – This is a simple sale of property.  The property in question is typically land, but can be next spring’s hogs, household property, or anything else.

2.  “Strawman” Sale – This will be evidenced as a sale by “A” to “B” then “B to “C” (or back to “A”), often on the same day.  Party “B” is the strawman, or trusted intermediary in the sale.  Strawmen were used to ‘clean’ the sale from legal restrictions.  For example, if husband and wife wanted to change their ownership from “tenants by the entirety” to “joint tenants” they would sell it with one type of ownership and then buy it back with the other. (The legal restriction in this case is that you aren’t allowed to sell your property to yourself.)  Or suppose two individuals jointly owned property and one of them wanted to sell his part to the other.  A strawman might be used because the law may not have allowed a simple transfer of part ownership.

3. Lease and Release – You may find deeds of sale (particularly in early Virginia) that are written as a two part transfer.  The first involves party “A” leasing land to “B”, and the second is “A” releasing “b” from the lease obligation.  This was viewed (like a strawman sale) as a cleaner way of passing legal title from one person to another.

4.  Property Distribution (Gift) – Some deeds are clearly written as gifts of property.  You’ll find language such as “for love and affection”, or “for $1 and other consideration”.  Some gifts had restrictions, for example “sd William Perkins agrees to care for his father and mother during their natural lives.” In all other respects the deed will read as a simple sale.

5.  Mortgage Sales – These deed are tricky.  Thy might say “this deed of mortgage” at the outset, so you’re tipped off as to what’s happening.  On the other hand, they may also appear as a simple sale, but at the end there is language such as “said sale to be null and void if sd Perkins pays sd $100 to Smith by March 1st.”  What has happened here is that Perkins ‘sold’ his land to Smith for $100, but gets it back if he can repay the loan on time.  This loan has the land as security (collateral).  If you find Perkins selling the same piece of property several times, check the deeds carefully for this kind of language. 

6.  Estate settlement – When someone dies their property gets distributed according to their will (if present) or by their state’s probate laws.  You may find deeds of sale where some of the children sell their interest in the parent’s property, either to one or more siblings, or to someone else.  Such deeds contain language like “heirs of William Perkins, dec’d”, or “hereby sell their 1/9 interest in sd tract”.  You might find the Sheriff, under orders from the court, selling the land in question.  The proceeds of the sale went into the estate settlement.

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Some Interesting Web Sites:

http://www.sec.state.ma.us/rod/rodidx.htm

Massachusetts is divided into 21 registry districts with an elected Register of Deeds responsible for each office. Documents related to the ownership of real estate within the district are recorded at the Registry of Deeds. Recorded documents are assigned a sequential identifying number (known as the book and page number) and are then scanned into the registry's computer system. The resulting images are available for viewing on and printing from public access terminals at the registry and at your home or office over the Internet. In addition, all registries microfilm all recorded documents and most continue to produce record books containing document images on paper. In most cases, original documents are returned to the land owner. To assist customers in finding relevant documents, registries create a searchable index that contains the names of all parties to a document and the property address.

 

You can look up your property deeds by searching on your name. You can then view them online or make a copy on your computer On the downside, this only contain records from 01/02/1976-Current.

 

To use the site, click on “Find my Property Records” under Massachusetts Land Records

Next click on registry off you want.

You can now use the search on the top of the page to search by last and first name.  If you want to search on a property, click on search criteria on the top left of the page.  A dropdown menu will appear and click on property search under recorded land.



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- M are in last spring's newsletter and this newsletter.  This is only a partial listing.  All names will eventually be put on the website.

 


MASSON OR MASON, JOSEPH

MASTERSON, ROSE

MAUTARD, MARIE CELINA

MAXWELL, ELIZABETH

MAY, LEWIS THOMAS

MAYBERRY, GEORGIANNA (RAWSON)

MAYOTTE, ERMINE (HOULE)

MAYOU, WM

MC ADAMS, THOMAS

MC CALL, JOSEPH

MC GRATH, PATRICK

MC GUIRN, THOMAS

MC MAHON, OWEN

MCALEER, GEORGE F.

MCALOON, KATE

MCALVIN, ALEXANDER

MCANANEY, JOHN

MCANDREWS, PATRICK

McANNEY AKA McKENNA, MARGARET (RILEY)

MCARDELL, ANNIE (CURTIN)

MCARDLE, JAMES

McARDLE A.K.A. STUART, MARGARET (COURTNEY)

MCARTHUR, JOHN

MCATEE, PATRICK

MCBRIDE, MARY

MCBRIDE, PATRICK

MCBRIDE, RICHARD

MCBRIERTY, HANNAH (SKERRETT)

MCBRINE AKA MCBRIDE, ELIZABETH (CURRAN)

MCCABE, ANN (MCCABE)

MCCABE, BERNARD

MCCABE, BRIDGET (CURLEY)

MCCABE, CATHERINE

MCCABE, JOHN

McCABE, MARY

MCCAFFERY, ANDREW

MCCAFFERY, MARY

MCCAFFREY, JAMES

MCCAFFREY, LIZZIE

MCCAFFREY, TERRENCE

MCCANN, EMILY (LINDSAY)

McCANN, FELIX

MCCANN, JOSEPH

MCCANN, MARY (BUCKLEY)

MCCANN, PATRICK

MCCARRON, BRIDGET (WELCH)

MCCARRON, HJOHN

MCCARRON, PATRICK

MCCARTHUR, SARAH (LARKIN)

MCCARTHY, ANNIE

MCCARTHY, BERNARD

MCCARTHY, BRIDGET

McCARTHY, CATHERINE

MCCARTHY, DANIEL

MCCARTHY, DENNIS

MCCARTHY, ELLEN (MCGILLICUDDY)

McCARTHY, ELLEN (SHANNAHAN)

MCCARTHY, GEORGIANNA (UBERT)

MCCARTHY, JOANNA

MCCARTHY, JOHN

MCCARTHY, MAGGIE

MCCARTHY, MARGARET (MCCARTHY)

MCCARTHY, MARY

MCCARTHY, MARY (MCQUADE)

MCCARTHY, PETER

MCCARTHY, SARAH

MCCARTHY, SARAH (ALLEN)

MCCARTHY, THOMAS

MCCARTNEY, JAMES

McCARTY, MARY (O'NEIL)

MCCASHIN, KATE (BARRY)

MCCAULEY, EMMA (CARR)

MCCLUSKEY, BRIDGET

MCCLUSKY, CATHERINE (KANE)

MCCLUSKY, JAMES F.

MCCORMAC, CHARLES

MCCORMACK, MAUDE

MCCORMICK, ELIZA

MCCORMICK, JEREMIAH

MCCORMICK, JOHN

MCCORMICK, JOHN

MCCORMICK, JOHN H.

MCCORMICK, MARY

MCCOY, MARY (FITZGERALD)

McCREADY, JOHN O.

MCCROSSEN, ROSANNA (ARMSTRONG)

MCCUDDY, JOHN

MCCUE, JANE (NUTTER)

MCCUE, JOHN

MCCUE, THOMAS

McCULLOM, LEE

McCULLOUGH, CHARLES H.

MCCULLOUGH, PATRICK

MCCULLOUGH, THOMAS

MCCULLOUGH, THOMAS M.

MCCURDY, DANIEL

MCCUSKER, CORNELIUS

MCDERMOTT, BERNARD

MCDERMOTT, ELIZABETH

MCDERMOTT, HANNAH (CONDON)

MCDERMOTT, HUGH

MCDERMOTT, JAMES

MCDERMOTT, JENNIE

McDERMOTT, JOHN

MCDERMOTT, JOHN M.

MCDERMOTT, LUKE

MCDERMOTT, MINNIE (BURNS)

MCDERMOTT, WILLIAM

MCDID, MARY

MCDONALD, ANN (COSTELLO)

MCDONALD, CATHERINE & MARGARET

MCDONALD, DANIEL

MCDONALD, DELIA (MADDEN)

MCDONALD, DONALD

MCDONALD, ELIZABETH

MCDONALD, ELIZABETH (ROBERTS)

MCDONALD, HUGH

MCDONALD, JAMES

MCDONALD, JANET

MCDONALD, JENNIE

McDONALD, LIZZIE (KUNE)

MCDONALD, MARGARET (PINE)

MCDONALD, MICHAEL

MCDONALD, OWEN

MCDONALD, PATRICK

MCDONOUGH, MARY

MCDONOUGH, PATRICK

MCDONOUGH, ROSE

MCDONOUGH, SUSAN

MCDONOUGH, THOMAS

MCDOUGALL, CELIA (BURNS)

MCDOWELL, MARY

McELHANEY, JOSEPH

MCELROY, ALICE (MCQUADE)

MCELROY, ELLEN (DANAHY)

MCELROY, JAMES

MCELVOY, NELLIE

McEVOY, ELIZABETH

MCEVOY, JOHN

MCEVOY, JOSEPH

MCEVOY, MARY

MCEVOY, ROSE ANN (COLE)

MCFADDEN, ANN 

MCFADDEN, ELLEN

MCFADDEN, MARGARET

MCFARLAND, ANN (MALLEY)

MCFARLAND, JAMES

MCFARLIN, ANN M. (MEALLY)

MCFARLIN, ELIZABETH (COULTER)

MCFARLIN, JOHN

MCFARLIN, PETER

MCGARAHAN, KATE (BOYLE)

McGEE, ROSE (TRAINOR)

McGETTIGAN, CATHERINE

MCGILLIAN, ANNIE

MCGILLICK, MICHAEL

MCGILLICUDDY, JOHN

MCGILLON, MARY (MCGLYNN)

MCGILLON, ROSE (CONWAY)

MCGIMAN, MARY JANE (CONNOR)

MCGINLEY, JOHN

MCGINLEY, KATE

MCGINN, JAMES

MCGIRL, LIZZIE (MONTGOMERY)

MCGLENNON OR GLENNON, MARY

MCGLINCHEY, MICHAEL

MCGOFF, ANN

MCGOVERN, BRIDGET

McGOVERN, MARGARET

MCGOVERN, MILES

McGOVERN, TERRENCE

MCGOWAN, ANDREW

MCGOWAN, CHARLES

MCGOWAN, ELLEN K. (MCKENZIE)

McGOWAN, MAGGIE

MCGOWAN, WILLIAM

MCGRADE, FRANCIS

MCGRANE, MICHAEL

MCGRATH, ALICE

MCGRATH, ELLEN (FAHEY)

MCGRATH, HENRY

MCGRATH, JOHN

McGRATH, MICHAEL R.

MCGRATH, NORAH

MCGRATH, PATRICK

MCGRATH, THOMAS

MCGREW, JAMES

MCGROGAN, SARAH (CONWAY)

MCGUANE, MARGARET

MCGUANE, THOMAS

MCGUIGAN, HENRY

MCGUINNESS , ANNIE

MCGUIRE, ELLEN

MCGUIRE, JOHN D

MCGUIRE, MARGARET

McGUIRE, PATRICK

McGUIRN, MICHAEL

MCHUGH, EDWARD J.

MCHUGH, JOHN

MCHUGH, MICHAEL

MCINTIRE, MARY

MCINTYRE, TERRENCE

MCIVER, ANNIE

MCKAY, THOMAS C

MCKENNA, HELEN

MCKENNA, JOHN

MCKENNA, MARY (MARTIN)

MCKENNA, PATRICK

MCKENNA, THOMAS

MCKENNEDY, (MRS) JAMES

MCKENZIE, ALICE (HARRINGTON)

MCKENZIE, ANNIE

MCKENZIE, BRIDGET (McCRANN)

McKENZIE, MARY

MCKEON, LOUIS

MCKEON, MARY (HUGHES)

MCKEY, ELIZA (PARTLAND)

MCKIDDIE, MARGARET (RAMSEY)

MCKIERNAN, ELLEN (MCNALLY)

McKINLEY, AGNES (BOYLE)

MCKINLEY, ROSE

MCKINLY, MARGARET

MCKINNON, JAMES

MCKINNON, JOSEPH

MCLANE, GARDNER E

MCLAUGHLIN, CATHERINE

McLAUGHLIN, CYNTHIA (BEST)

McLAUGHLIN, DELIA

MCLAUGHLIN, EDWARD

MCLAUGHLIN, ELLEN

MCLAUGHLIN, FRANK

MCLAUGHLIN, JOHN

MCLAUGHLIN, MARGARET (KERRIGAN)

MCLAUGHLIN, MICHAEL

MCLAUGHLIN, MINNIE

MCLAUGHLIN, MRS MARTIN (MARGARET) (FOLLEN)

MCLAUGHLIN, ROSE

MCLAUGHLIN, SARAH 

MCLAUGHLIN, SUSAN

MCLAUGHLIN, WILLLIAM

McLAUGHLIN , MARY J. (MORAN)

MCLAUGHLIN OR MCLANE, JAMES

MCLEAN, JOHN

MCLEARY, JULIA ANN (BURNS)

MCLENNY, THOMAS

MCLEON, CHRISTINA

MCMAHON, DELIA

MCMAHON, MARGARET

McMAHON, MARY

MCMAHON, MARY (FIERNEY)

McMAHON, RICHARD

MCMANUS, BERNARD

MCMANUS, CATHERINE (GUNN)

MCMANUS, EDWARD

MCMANUS, JOHN

McMANUS, KATE (KANE)

MCMANUS, MARY

MCMANUS, MARY A.

MCMULLEN, THERESA

MCMURRAY, FELIX

MCNABB, JOHN

MCNABB, MARY

MCNALLY, BARTHOLOMEW

McNALLY, LIZZIE (LYNCH)

MCNALLY, MARTIN

MCNALLY, MARY

MCNALLY, MARY (HARKINS)

MCNALLY, OWEN

MCNALLY, THOMAS

MCNAMARA, ANNIE (WILLIAMS)

MCNAMARA, CATH.

MCNAMARA, CATHERINE (DOYLE)

MCNAMARA, ELLEN

MCNAMARA, JANE

MCNAMARA, JOHN

MCNAMARA, MICHAEL F

MCNAMARA, MICHAEL T.

MCNAMARA, OWEN

MCNAMARA, THOMAS

MCNAMEE, JOHN

MCNEAL, BRIDGET

MCNEALEY, PATRICK

MCNULTY, MARY (COFFRY)

McNULTY, MARY (HALPIN)

MCNULTY, SARAH

MCNUTLY, THOMAS J

MCPARLAND, FELIX

MCPHEE, BESSIE

MCPHEE, JOHN

McQUADE, PATRICK

MCQUAID, WILLIAM 

McQUILEN, BRIDGET 

MCRANN, FRANK

MCRANN, PATRICK

MCRAUN, SARAH

MCSHEA, JOHN H

MCSHEA, MARY

MCSORLEY, BRIDGET

MCSORLEY, JOHN F.

MCSWEENEY, MILES

MCTEAGUE, ELIZABETH (HILL)

McVEIGH, JULIA (HINSBAR)

MCVEY, HECTOR

MCVICKER, ANGUS

MCVICKER, JANE

MCWILLIAMS, MARY

MEAD, FRANCIS

MEAD, JOHN P.

MEAD, MARY J. (CULLINAN)

MEAD, SUSIE

MEADE, SARAH (LAVELLE)

MEALEY, ELIZABETH (RILEY)

MEANEY, EDWARD

MEANEY, PATRICK

MEEHAN, ELLEN

MEEHAN, JOHN

MEEHAN, MARGARET 

MEEHAN, MARY

MEHAN, JOHN

MELIA, THOMAS

MELLEN, JAMES

MELLEN, JOSEPH

MELLEN, LAWRENCE

MELLO, ANNIE JULIE

MELOY, ANNIE A (SHIELDS)

MENEZE, JOAQUIN VEIRA

MERCIER, NARCISSE (AKA NELSON)

MEREDITH, EDWARD (CHILDREN OF)

MERRIAM, JOSIAH H.

MERRILL, ROBERT

MESSIER, JULIA (VIGER)

MGGREW, LIZZIE

MICHAEL, AARON

MICHAEL, JOHN

MIDDLEMAS, CHARLES F

MIDGELEY, ELIZA J.

MIERHAEGHE, JOSEPH J

MIGRAD, CYCIOS

MILLER, GEORGE

MILLER, JOHN

MILLIARD, FIRMIN

MILLMAN, AMBROSE

MILLS, MARGT

MILLS, MARY (WELCH)

MILLS, MICHAEL

MILLS (DEVLIN), CATHERINE

MINER, ANNE (BOYLE)

MINER, JOHN

MITCHELL, ADELAIDE

MITCHELL, LAWRENCE

MITCHELL, MARGARET

MITCHELL, SOLOMON

MITCHELL, WILLIAM

MOENNE, FELICITE

MOFFITT, AGNES (HADDEN)

MOFFITT, DAVID P

MOFFITT, ELIZA (JUDGE)

MOFFITT, MARGARET

MOGGO, ABRAHAM

MOLLAHAN, MARY

MOLLER, ADOLPH

MOLLOY, ANDREW

MOLLOY, HUGH

MOLLOY, JAMES

MOLLOY, JOHN

MOLLOY, LILLIAN (HUNT)

MOLLOY, NELLIE (O'NEIL)

MONAHAN, HENRY

MONAHAN, HENRY S.

MONAHAN, KATE

MONAHAN, MABEL

MONAHAN, MARY A

MONAHAN, MINNIE

MONROE, MURDOCK

MONTAGUE, MAGGIE (MCGEE)

MONTENBEAU, XAVIER

MONTGOMERY, FRED A.

MONTLE, ALVINA

MOONEY, BRIDGET (SHERLOCK)

MOONEY, DAVID E.

MOONEY, JAMES

MOONEY, MICHAEL

MOONEY, WILLIAM

MOORE, BENJAMIN M

MOORE, CATHERINE

MOORE, FRED

MOORE, GEORGE

MOORE, SARAH (MARCHAND)

MOORE, WILLIAM

MOORE, ALIAS CAMPBELL, MARIE (HACKETT)

MORAN, ADA (DOOLEY)

MORAN, BRIDGET (MURPHY)

MORAN, DELIA (WOLFE)

MORAN, EDWARD

MORAN, FRANK J.

MORAN, JAMES

MORAN, MARY

MORAN, MARY (MCALVIN)

MORAN, MICHAEL

MORAN, PATRICK

MORAN, THOMAS

MORAN, WILLIAM

MOREAU, JOSEPHINE (PARADIS)

MOREAU, THEODORE

MOREL, NELLIE

MORGAN, ELIZABETH

MORGAN, EMMA M.

MORGAN, MARY

MORGAN, WILLIAM

MORIARTY, DAVID

MORIN, CLEMENCE (LAFORGE)

MORIN, FRANK

MORIN, PHOEBE (DUCLAS)

MORIN , ANGEL  (LARVIE)

MORRILL, SOPHIA (BEDFORD)

MORRILL OR MCCARVILL, KATE (WHALEN)

MORRIS, ANN

MORRIS, BERNARD

MORRIS, CATHERINE (FINN)

MORRIS, MARGARET F

MORRISON, JOHN

MORRISON, MARCELINE

MORRISON, MARY (LANG)

MORRISON, NORAH

MORRISON, ROSANNA (HAUGHEY)

MORRISON aka (WILSON), MARY (MCQUAID)

MORSE, MARY

MORSE, NELLIE

MORSE, SEWARD P.

MOSELEY, ALFRED

MOULE, MARIA (BUTCHER)

MOULTON, JOSEPH S.

MOUNTAIN, WILLIAM

MOUSSE, CELINA

MOYLAN, MARTIN

MOYNAHAN, DENNIS 

MULCAHY, HONORA (TRACY)

MULDOON, ANNIE (HARRINGTON)

MULDOON, JAMES

MULHEARN, THOMAS

MULHOLLAND, ANNIE (KANE)

MULHOLLAND, HANNAH

MULLALY, THOMAS

MULLANEY, ANN

MULLANEY, ANNIE (MULLANEY)

MULLANEY, MARY

MULLANEY, MARY (BRENNAN)

MULLANEY, MICHAEL 

MULLARKEY, MARY

MULLARKEY, MARY A. (RYAN)

MULLEN, MARY ANN (MURPHY)

MULLEN, PATRICK

MULLEN, SARAH (GALLAGHER)

MULLIGAN, BRIDGET (CURRY) (ALIAS KATE CURRY)

MULLIGAN, MARGARET

MULLIGAN, THOMAS

MULLIGAN, WM

MULLIN, BARTHOLOMEW

MULLIN , DANIEL

MULREADY, THOMAS P

MULVANITY, ANNIE

MULVEY, KATE (CONDON)

MULVEY, PATRICK

MUNGOVAN, BRIDGET

MUNGOVAN, MARY (SHEA)

MUNSON, ADOLPH

MURNINGHAM, PATRICK

MURPHY, BRIDGET

MURPHY, CAROLINE (APPLEBY)

MURPHY, CATHERINE

MURPHY, DANIEL

MURPHY, DANIEL W

MURPHY, DAVID

MURPHY, ELIZABETH

MURPHY, FLORENCE

MURPHY, HATTIE (KEIRNAN)

MURPHY, JAMES

MURPHY, JAMES F

MURPHY, JOHN

MURPHY, JULIA

MURPHY, MARGARET

MURPHY, MARY

MURPHY, MARY (SMITH)

MURPHY, MARY (SULLIVAN)

MURPHY, MICHAEL

MURPHY, NELLIE

MURPHY, NORAH

MURPHY, PETER

MURRAY, ANN

MURRAY, BERNARD

MURRAY, DELIA (QUIRK)

MURRAY, ELLEN (KELLEY)

MURRAY, FRANK

MURRAY, HANNAH (LEE)

MURRAY, JEREMIAH

MURRAY, JOHN

MURRAY, JOHN J

MURRAY, KATE

MURRAY, MARGARET

MURRAY, PATRICK

MURTHA, ALICE (DIGUAU)

MYERS, WILLIAM

MYHILL, ELLEN

MYSHILL, BESSIE

NABB, CATHERINE M.

NAGLE, MARGARET

NASH, ELLEN

NASH, HANNAH

NASH, JAMES

NASON, JOSEPH F

NASON, MARY 

NAUGHTON, MARTIN

NEAL, CHARLES H.

NEGA, NICHOLAS

NEIL, MARY O.

NEIL, NELLIE P.

NELSON, CLEMENS T.

NELSON, MARGARET (FITZHARRIS)

NEQUHART, FLORA HOWARD

NESSON, JENNIE (MEEHAN)

NESTER, MARY

NESTOR, BRIDGET (DOHERTY)

NEVINS, KATE (LEAVITT)


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:

 

 ___   $15.00 per Individual

 ___   $25.00 for a Family

 ___   $7.00 per Senior (age 62 and over)

 

NOTE: These are the new rates. If you are paying before January 2013, see Note from President for old rates.

 

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