This section lists the state-wide associations of Maine. It then lists county associations from Cushing to Fryeburg giving details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
The association was established in 1976, its aims being to collect, preserve and publish genealogical records and information, and to promote and encourage interest in family history and genealogy, especially in Maine.
They are in the process of compiling an index to people living in Maine in 1790. So far Volumes 1-10 have been published and an Every Name Index is available through Picton Press.
A quarterly newsletter is published by the society, and an Index of Tables of Contents is available on the site covering 2005-2011.
Many publications are available for sale, which include Vital Records of Alna. If you are not a member of the association you have to order this publication through Picton Press, or you can become a member at the same time as ordering the book.Website:
Many books are available in Cushing Library and an on-line catalogue of these is available on the site, which include books relating to Marriages, Cushing History, Genealogy, Miscellaneous papers from the organisation and School Records.
Books relating to Town History, which include 1790, 1800, 1801 and 1811 Census Returns and Settlers Lists, can also be accessed in Cushing library.
A Burial Index for Cushing Cemeteries is accessible on the site, along with a list of Cemeteries in the area.Website:
The association was established in 1974 and now has over 300 members. Many resources are accessible in their Genealogical Research Facility, which incorporate:
In addition, books relating to Maine and further afield, such as England and Wales, are also accessible.
Some additional information is accessible, which incorporates:
Details of descendants of Major James Warren and William Jones is also available.
Some publications are sold by the Society, including: