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  • Ens. Francis Littlefield, the Younger (c.1628 - bef.1675)
    From page 101 of Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, Volume 1 By Henry Sweetser Burrage, Albert Roscoe Stubbs
  • Mary French (1646 - 1719)
    iii. LITTLEFIELD, FRANCIS, bapt. 17 Jun 1619; lliving 1700; d. bef. Nov. 1712; m. (1) JANE2 HILL, d. at Woburn, Mass., 20 Dec. 1646, dau. of Ralph1 of Plymouth, Woburn, and Billerica, Mass.; m. (2) abt...
  • David Littlefield (1668 - 1751)
    !5 David(12), miller, Wells, age 76 in November 1746, 79 in March 1749,with brother Job inherited the Ogunquit land. He had deed of the Cross arm from Saml. Hill in 1713, one-fourth of Kennebunk Falls ...
  • Dependence Littlefield (1671 - 1757)
    260. Dependence Littlefield, born 1671; died 1757. He was the son of 520. Francis Littlefield and 521. Rebecca. In Feb 1706/1707 when Dependence was 35, he married Hannah SNELL, daughter of Capt. Georg...
  • Nicholas Littlefield (1595 - 1595)
    Sources: New England Historical & Genealogical Register V, LXXXVIII 1934 Oct. 'Gleanings from English Records', G. Andrews Moriarty Pub. by the Society, Boston, MA. Court of Requests, Charles I, ...

This Project is for the Descendants of Edmund Littlefield of Wells, Maine. We will document their Geni profiles, merge together duplicates, and clarify any ambiguities.

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Best Practices for Geni Data Entry

  • Geni is a powerful application that is several things at once, but at core, it is a database with a visual and dynamically shifting on line diagram: the tree.
  • See Naming Conventions for notes on historical periods that may be within scope but not covered below.

Naming Conventions for Colonial America

Make sure the name fields of the Master Profiles include first name, middle name, last name, maiden name if known, otherwise blank, suffix for Sr., Jr., etc. In the display name field only add titles such as Gov. or Dr. preceding.

For example

FN Reuben MN (blank) LN Coffin MN (blank) Display name is Captain Reuben Coffin


The United States did not exist until 1789 and the United Kingdom was formed in 1707. Please be careful about using autocomplete. It is better to use the "place" field and type out the place name. Use place names such as England and South Carolina and spell out the country name with historical accuracy.

For example

Colonial America: Charleston, South Carolina

The Geni Master Profile

Overview tab

It makes it easier to read a profile if the "about me" information is filled out in this fashion:

Media tab


The media tab of the MP should be used for documentation files. Websites, biographies, census reports, image files -- the richer we make the profile, the more historically and genealogically accurate and meaningful it will be.

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Sources tab

-- Adding a source validates the MP, and creates a "timeline" for each life represented by a profile. The more information we add, the more detailed and accurate.

-- Original source data includes: birth certificates, census reports, immigration records, ship rosters, obituaries, marriage licenses ....

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Suggested Reading

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