Category Archives: Blanchard

Ancestor Bio – Minnie Mable Bodge (1872-1948)

52 Ancestors – Week 191 By Don Taylor I consider successful ancestor research if I can learn and document the vital records (birth, marriage, and death), follow the individual through all the Census records during their life, and learn the … Continue reading

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Frederick W. Blanchard – Orphan, Widower, & Plasterer

By Don Taylor Frederick W. Blanchard had one of the most difficult lives I have ever researched — Orphaned young, possibly left standing at the altar, a widower by the age of 19, and dead by automobile accident when he … Continue reading

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Ancestor Biography – Annie Evelyn Chase (1908-1976)

52 Ancestors – 52 Weeks Utterstrom – Chase Line Blanchard Project 2017 – Ancestor #7 Annie Evelyn Chase (1908-1976) Birth Annie Evelyn Chase was born 24 May 1908 in Patten, Penobscot, Maine.[i] She was the second of six children of … Continue reading

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Biography – Albert Thomas Utterstrom (1898-1973)

  Albert Thomas Utterstrom[1] was born on 12 July 1898 in Deering, Cumberland County, Maine[2],. He died on 1 June 1973 in  Maine, aged 74[3], was buried in Falmouth Cumberland County, Maine at Pine Grove Cemetery[4]. He is the son of Olaf … Continue reading

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Newspaper Articles – Albert Utterstrom (1898-1973)

Select Newspaper Archives articles found via Find My Past regarding Albert Utterstrom (1898-1973) United States, Maine filter applied – Sorted by Date Ref: Find My Past Search (Paid site Link – $$ required.) Articles found are “Copyright: ‘Fair Use’ allowed. NewspaperARCHIVE.com.” … Continue reading

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Searching for the Blanchard arrival in Maine.

[Sometimes you just have to skip a generation in your research to find the answer to the question.  If you do so, it is important to have a clear reason and a clear explanation of how any why you skipped … Continue reading

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