Melissa (Marcure) Greenwood
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Melissa (Marcure) Greenwood

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Melissa E. Greenwood formerly Marcure
Born 1960s.
Ancestors ancestors
Daughter of and [private mother (1930s - unknown)]
Sister of , [private sister (1950s - unknown)], [private sister (1950s - unknown)] and [private brother (1960s - unknown)]
Descendants descendants
Mother of [private son (1980s - unknown)], [private son (1980s - unknown)] and [private daughter (1980s - unknown)]
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Melissa Evelyn Marcure was born December 28, 1961 in Attleboro, Massachusetts, the fourth of five children, to Norman and Jane Mullaney Marcure.

  • Attended Bliss Elementary School 1967-1972
  • Peter Thatcher Middle School 1972-1975
  • Attleboro Technical High School 1975-1979

Married Ronald Francis Greenwood on May 6, 1981 in Worcester, Massachusetts. Together they had three beautiful children.

Author of the books:

  • Lady of Pembrook
  • Mo Ghrá
  • Twenty-five poems

available on Amazon M. E. Greenwood but I wouldn't recommend them...horrible...just horrible.

Lived in:

  • Attleboro in 1961-1981
  • Grafton Massachusetts in 1982-2001
  • Worcester, Massachusetts, 2005-2006
  • Holden, Massachusetts 2006-2009
  • Norwich, Connecticut 2009-present

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These are the projects I'm involved with:

  • Huguenots
  • Quebecois
  • French-Roots
  • Irish-Roots.

You can participate by clicking the corresponding tag on the right of this page.

I look forward to joining the French Migration project


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Hi Melissa,

It has been a couple of weeks since we contacted you about your participation in the France project and we are following up to make sure you wish to remain a member.

If you are planning to remain active, please click here to submit a short Member Interest Form to help us organize and coordinate collaboration.

If we do not hear back from you within the week, we will assume you have moved on to other things and remove you from the project. You will always be welcome to rejoin should your interests shift back in this direction.

Thank you,

Isabelle - Project leader

Hi Melissa,

As part of a revitalization effort for the France Project, we are checking-in with members to see if they are planning to remain active in the project and where their interests lie.

If you are planning to remain active, please click here to submit a short Member Interest Form to help us organize and coordinate collaboration.

If you have other obligations at the moment and would like to be removed from the project at this time, you will always be welcome to rejoin if you find yourself with more time and interest later.

We thank you for your contributions and hope that you are enjoying exploring your roots.

Please respond by commenting on my profile or sending a private message. I look forward to hearing from you.

Thanks Kyla

posted by Kyla H
Hi Melissa,

You will want to switch your "french_roots" followed tag to "france". Please check this out:


Hi Melissa,

Just to confirm in which French Roots team you wanted to be - was it South or North-West? You wrote SW (South) but I prefer to double check.


Mullaney, eh? My Irish ancestors' name was Moloney/Maloney. Mullaney is a variation of the surname Moloney/Maloney, isn't it?
posted by Tanya Kasim
Hi Melissa,

Welcome to the French Roots Project! Please make sure to read the project page and the various Guidelines pages attached to it. You can join our Google discussion group here.


Hi Melissa

I noticed you chose our Integrators Challenge this month. Could you do us a favor and go here to sign up officially:

Got a question, see this page as well:

And if you can please add your name and WikiTree ID to the participant's page for us here:

Also, you can put a sticker on your profile You can do so by adding the words Integrators Challenge with the {{ }} in front and back, in your biography.

Thank you and Good Luck!! Dorothy ~ Integrators Project Coordinator

posted by Dorothy Barry
Yes I think the others were all good. Thanks for your attention on this!
posted by Cindy (Bourque) Cooper
Hi, Melissa, here are the dates:

Acadie, Nouvelle-France locations get ((Acadian}} through 1755

Canada, Nouvelle-France (which became Quebec) gets
Drapeau identifiant les profils du Canada, Nouvelle-France
Melissa (Marcure) Greenwood lived
in Canada, Nouvelle-France.
through 1763

These two Nouvelle-France areas aren't the same.

Hope that helps clarify.

posted by Cindy (Bourque) Cooper
Hi, Melissa I see you put a tag of
Drapeau identifiant les profils du Canada, Nouvelle-France
Melissa (Marcure) Greenwood lived
in Canada, Nouvelle-France.
on Pinet-10. Canada, Nouvelle-France is what became Quebec. Since Anne did not live in Quebec, I removed the tag. Thought you might need to know the difference.

Acadie was called Nouvelle France too, but was a separate entity. The two don't cross over. Best wishes,Cindy You can also see more info on the Quebec Project page:

posted by Cindy (Bourque) Cooper

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