Does anyone have a tree for the Dolley family of Norway Oxford ME

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My great, great grandmother was Lucy Crockett (nee Dolley) 6 July, 1813- 6 April, 1875.

Married Neslon Crockett 1834. Buried in Saccarapa Cemetery, Westbrook ME
in Genealogy Help by Living Crockett G2G1 (1.6k points)

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Familysearch.org (FS) has the following information available 

Try this

1 Go to your familysearch.org account if you have one OR open a familysearch.org account 

2 Click on “Family Tree” and in the drop down menu select FIND

3 In “Last Names” enter Dolley and tick box at end

4 Select “Unspecified”

5 Select “Birth” and in place of “Birth” enter “Norway, Oxford, Maine” If you tick the box at the end of this line it will only search for births in Norway, Oxford, Maine, United States. This will return only one entry

6 If you Enter Maine, United States and  tick the box at end this will return 15 pages of surname Dolley who were born in Maine

6 In Birth Year (Range) enter the years you wish to search. I tried 1650 to 2020 

If you tick the box at the end of a line it will “Match Exactly” 

NOTE: I am passing this on for your information – I can only be guided by what is on that site, correct or not

Cheers Ross Geissmann

by Ross Geissmann G2G6 Mach 2 (25.0k points)
edited by Ross Geissmann

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