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The Penobscot, Maine Malings

Can you help William Maling with his family history? Please email him at drumsir at aol dot com if you would like to collaborate!  (Note:  William’s great grandmother, Joanna Augusta (White) Maling, is the sister of my 3rd great grandmother, Caroline (White) Stanwood). 852 more words

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Family Farm January update!

Merry Christmas and a happy New Year from the farm!

It’s been a wild open to the winter season!!! We are again reminded why we did not buy land in a valley, as many of the valley farmers we know are currently watching water flow through their green houses and over their fields. 449 more words


Scouts Joining Efforts to Recycle!

This year is going to be fabulous!  Help support scouts by recycling your Christmas Tree and/or wreath, garland, swag.  They will make sure it is properly recycled and prepared for composting with Lenz. 242 more words

Adventure Time at Friends' Cabins

My friends Ethan and Courtney were generous enough to invite me to their cabins this summer and both those times, I had a blast :) 26 more words


Bradstreets and Days: From Massachusetts to Minnesota, descendants wed

Lavina S. Bursley’s fifth great grandfather, Robert Day, was made a freeman in Ipswich in 1641.  In Robert’s will, he wrote:

“I give to my son John Day after my decease…ye parcell of land lying near the common fence gate wch was part of Mr.

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CSA Status...

We are past week 8 for our CSA.  We had some issues at the beginning (really before the beginning) that made us delay the start by two weeks.   313 more words

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