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Updated September 6, 2000

I am attempting to learn more about my ancesters by researching the surnames of RIDEOUT, RIPLEY, GREENLAW, GETCHELL & CALDWELL. Most of my activity is in, but not limited to, the State of Maine, and New Brunswick , Canada.
My RIDEOUT missing link is information on the parents and siblings of Oliver Bradford Rideout born 1795, St. Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada. Place of birth not verified. Oliver married Lucy Greenlaw on September 24, 1819 in St. Andrew's Parish. Oliver and Lucy had four boys and four girls born from 1821 to 1843. It is said that all were born in St. Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada but this has not been verified. One of his decendants moved to Washington County, Maine. Any information on any member of the family will be greatly appreciated.

My RIPLEY missing link is information on the parents and siblings of James E. Ripley b. Abt. 1791 in Jefferson, ME., he died Abt. 1850. He and his family were early settlers of Waite, Washington Cty., ME. He married Eunice Linscott b. Abt. 1792 in Nobleboro, ME., she died Feb.4, 1858. They had six children; Cushing B., b. 1821 in Searsport, ME., Sylvinaus, b. 1823, Albert, b. 1825, Edward Ripley, Sr., b. Abt. 1828 in Waite, Me., Nathaniel, b. 1834, and Thomas, b. 1837. Any information on the parents, siblings and children would be greatly appreciated.

My GETCHELL family information is fairly extensive. Anyone interested in any of my genealogy research please contact me.
Ben Rideout

Benjamin Paul Rideout
222 West Hanover Avenue
Morristown, NJ 07960-2713
United States

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