Museum Closed – Covid Risk Status Very High

Museum Closed to Visitors

Due to the increase in COVID-19 Cases in Maine, the Scarborough Historical Society’s Museum is closed to visitors.

The museum is expected to remain closed to visitors until the COVID Risk Status returns to “High.” Please see Maine COVID Cases for the current Status.

For questions regarding donations or research, please contact the society via:

The Scarborough Historical Society’s Museum is closed to visitors in response to the COVID-19 increases in Maine. The museum is expected to remain closed until the 7-day average drops back to under 100.

Please see the Covid-19 Alert Status for Maine for the latest Coronavirus disease risk assessment.

To contact the Society:

Please, please, get vaccinated, wear a mask, and stay healthy.

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Scarborough Beech Ridge School House Restoration

October 2021 Update

In the Fall of 2018, the Scarborough Historical Society was given the decades-long vacated one-room schoolhouse building, built in the 1800s and located at 184 Beech Ridge Road. With an estimated budget of $280,000 and through donations and grants, $130,000 has been raised to date. We intend to preserve and share this building with the community.

So far, we have lifted the building, poured a new foundation, replaced rotted sills, closed in the open to the element’s back walls in an addition, installed a basement stairwell and bulkhead. The interior was gutted and a temporary electric service was installed. 

We are grateful for very recent donations that will start the next phase as our Scarborough contractor installs replacement windows and doors, reframes interior walls, removes rotted exterior siding, and installs historically accurate sawn clapboards. As far as funds allow at this time, we may also be able to commission the design for a septic system.

Donations may be made via check and US mail to:

Scarborough Historical Society
PO Box 156
Scarborough, ME, 04070-0156

via our Go Fund Me Page. 

or by cash at the museum (647 U.S. Route One) during our normal hours.

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See the Scarborough Bicentennial Quilt at Town Hall

After its display at the Scarborough Public Library, the Scarborough Bicentennial Quilt was moved to Scarborough Town Hall and hung in Chamber B. Early Absentee Ballot voters can view the quilt there until October 28th.

Bicentennial Quilt hanging at Town Hall – Photo by Joyce Alden – Oct 2021

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Mapping Maine With the Osher Map Library – September 21st

Banner: Celebrating - Maine's Bicentennial - 200

Update: The presentation was held and is now available for viewing on the Scarborough Public Library YouTube Channel. See: Mapping Maine with the Osher Map Library

March 15, 2020 marked the 200th anniversary of Maine’s Statehood. The Scarborough Public Library and Scarborough Historical Society began to bring a series of programs to our community in celebration of this bicentennial benchmark in early March. The series was made possible through the financial partnership of the Scarborough Public Library and Scarborough Historical Society, and through a grant awarded by the Maine Humanities Council; all events are free to attend. The first program was held at the Library prior to the pandemic. Dr. Liam Riordan, Adelaide and Alan Bird Professor of History at the University of Maine, delivered his talk Past and Present Perspectives in Maine Statehood on the afternoon of March 1, 2020 in the Library’s Meeting Room. Click here to view the recording.

Please call 883-4723 option 4 or email askSPL@scarboroughlibrary.org(link sends e-mail) with questions about the up-coming rescheduled events in the series.

Upcoming Event

Mapping Maine With the Osher Map Library

Tuesday, September 21, 2021 – 6:30pm

Dr. Matthew Edney

Dr. Matthew Edney will deliver this presentation virtually, via Zoom. Dr. Edney curated the Osher Map Library’s Maine Bicentennial Exhibition, Mapping Maine: The Land and Its Peoples, 1677-1842. Using digital images of the exhibit and additional items from the OML collection, Dr. Edney will provide an overview of this special installation in this virtual presentation. Digital maps of Scarborough’s marshes – an important part of Scarborough’s early and present history – will also be included. 

Registration is required. Click here to register to receive the Zoom link. The lecture will be recorded so those who cannot attend virtually can view it at a later time. Please call 883-4723 option 4 or email askSPL@scarboroughlibrary.org(link sends e-mail) with questions. To request a link to the recording, please email Lucy Norvell, Coordinator of Programming and Communications.  

Dr. Edney has been a professor of geography at the University of Southern Maine since 2007 and is the Osher Professor in the History of Cartography with responsibility for courses in map history. He is also “faculty scholar” in the Osher Map Library and Smith Center for Cartographic Education. Since 2005 he has also directed the History of Cartography Project at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

The Bicentennial series was made possible through the financial partnership of the Scarborough Public Library and  Scarborough Historical Society, and through a grant awarded by the Maine Humanities Council in the fall of 2019. One event was held prior to the Library’s closure due to the pandemic in mid-March. 

Duplicate of information from the Scarborough Public Library.
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Sawyer

Sawyer Family

Surname File – Sawyer

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Lateral File #1

Genealogy Files – Sawyer 

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70.14.17 D – N. Tilton Letter dated 29 Sep 1851

70.14.17 D – Letter – N. Tilton to his children four days before his death.

[Continuing with the “Tilton Papers,” letters, family notes and other materials regarding the Tilton family of Scarborough. The material was originally received in 1970. Many of the items were later transcribed and typed.

This is the fourth item, 70.14.17 D, in the collection. 

It is a letter written 29 Sep 1851 by N. Tilton to his children four days before his death. He talks about his trip to Boston, where he caught a cold, and returned. His letter provides insight into the long and arduous travel process in the 1850s. He died four days after writing this letter, apparently from the cold.

 

[Accession #70.14.17 D]


Scar. Sep 29 – 51

Dear Children,

                        With great pleasure we learnt by
Yours of 21 [sep?] that you reached home in safety not with-
Standing the boats broken shaft. Some anxiety must
Have attended both passengers & friends. But it was of short
Duration. Thanks to kind Providence.

            At the same time of your writing & while your Boston
friends were with you I was myself in Boston. I went
in stage to Port.d Monday last A. M. quite cold – warmed my
self by stove on board the John Marshall, turned into my
berth & lay quietly and comfortably – at last time of waking
perceived ye boat lying motionless at the wharf – it being
only 4 O’Clock I lay till nearly sunrise. From boat I found
my way to State St. & Washington St – where I procured break-
fast. Then to 467 Wash. St seemingly almost Roxbury. I
procured a very substantial article which thus far proves
effective. I had with me no other article whatever but
my staff, think to return by boat that eve. But weather
changed & not knowing how heavy a storm inspired [ed?] I
took the [cares?] at 12½ and arrived at S. Kingston at 1 P M. It
being rainy I got a little outside wetting in walking from depot
to Nathan’s – next day very cold & windy hence my cold
which is hardly broken up now. Two nights at E K one
at Exeter – Friday arrived at Saco at 12 N. & found a wagon
in ye village for B E point got a lift[?] gratis to Lem. Coolbroths &
walked home little past 2 P.M. Thus ended my experience
the jaunt to Boston. I was very much gratified with my visits
at [E ?. Ex.] Would it has been my lot to live with such beautiful cooks           

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Mrs. Stevens does with help – is anxious to see you at Bangor-
Shall certainly try to go down next season – Joseph went to [ye?]
Pool, terried on night. I was urged very much to stay longer.
But I the’t it is wisdom to get home out of storms. Behold next
Day a drenching rain – which is hardly over yet. – We her no-
Thing from Willm Eunice is well. Louise has had ill turns
Confined to bed one or two day. But all are about now. – I am
Using Clark’s medicine according to letter – hope to call on him
Soon. Had I gone to Bangor to eat plums & submit to Dr Gallup
Instead of going to Boston would have been like jumping from frying
pan into ye fire. I trust you will all feel unconcealed[?] to my cousin
as I to myself. All send love with

                                    Your affect.t father  N. Tilton

[ Fold]
[New text by different hand]

‘Father’s last written words
Four days previous to his
decease—
            1851


I struggled with some of the transcription. If you are better at reading Mr. Tilton’s hand, and have suggestions I’d love to hear it. Clicking on the image will bring up a copy of the scanned letter.]

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Coast Watch Newspaper’s News Index

                                                       By Linda Snow McLoon 

“The Coast Watch,” binders are located on shelf K-3.

Beginning in the latter part of the 19th century, a local weekly newspaper served Scarborough residents by bringing them local news from the various villages in the town. At a time before most residents had a telephone, they enjoyed having a weekly newspaper that let them know what their neighbors were up to.

Often the news covered in the Coast Watch might be considered insignificant by today’s standards, but people were interested to read, for example, in the East Scarborough news on March 25, 1898, that Mr. and Mrs. Savage are rejoicing over the advent of a little daughter, Helen Mabel. They also appreciated learning from West Scarborough’s column on March 28,1898 that the gramophone concert that was to have been given by Mrs. S.H. Guptill at Good Templars’ hall Monday evening was postponed until Saturday evening on account of the weather.

The complete program of the 1898 Scarborough/Cape Elizabeth Fair which was held at the fair grounds at Pleasant Hill was included in the newspaper, and genealogy scholars will welcome snippets such as the 1897 obituary for Pine Point’s oldest resident, Oliver C. Merrill. The article included the names of Mr. Merrill’s seven children: Oliver Jr., Aaron, Elbridge, Jefferson, Henrietta, Laura (wife of Austin Leavitt), and Minnie (wife of John Meserve).

The number of Scarborough villages that had their own news columns was large. In addition to the easily recognized sections of Black Point, Blue Point, Eight Corners, Oak Hill, Pine Point, West Scarborough (Dunstan), and Scottow’s Hill, there were also separate columns for news from the East Scarborough, Nonesuch Meadows, North Scarborough and Upper Scarborough neighborhoods.

An index containing over 1,200 names mentioned in the Coast Watch articles is now available online. This finding aid helps in finding articles mentioning individuals. At the museum, you can have great fun checking out the general news items involving horse & carriage accidents, robberies, and much more.

Below is an index to “The Coast Watch,” clippings, Volumes 1 & 2 (AN #99.3.1 and 99.3.2), is available with the collection (Shelf K-3). To find  a particular item, enter it into the Search box. The results shows the pages on which the name appears in “The Coast Watch” book.

LAST NAMEFIRST NAMEPAGE(S) ON WHICH NAME APPEARS
ABBOTTCARRIE49
ABBOTTCHARLES38
ABBOTTHENRY38
ABBOTTMAMIE44
ABBOTTREV. C.M.48 (2),50
ALDENALICE42, 43
ALDENARTHUR44
ALDENEMMA32
ALDENGRACE43
ALDRICHM. A.28
ALEXANDERCORA36, 42
ALLENALEX31
ALLENAMOS L.16
ALLENDR. H.H.10, 11, 12 (2),25,35(3
ALLENGEORGE34
ALLENH.N.9
ALLENJ.B.43, 44
ALLENALEX, MRS.31
ALLENC.S., MRS4
ALLENGEORGE, MRS.6
ALLENJ.B., MRS.43
AMESERANK L.10
ANDERSONCHRISTA8
ANDERSONMARTIN41
ANDERSONMR.27
ANDERSONWILLIAM24
ARCHIBALDGEORGE H.3
AREYNELLIE6
ASHNAULTMR.36
AUGUSTANNA24
AUGUSTANNIE41
AUSTINMASTER7
BABBHOWARD14
BABBMRS.23
BACON COTTAGExxxxxxxxxxx48
BAKERB. A.45 (3) , 46, 47,48,50
BAKERBEN48
BAKERDR. SMITH15
BAKEREDWARD44,48
BAKERETHEL8 (2)
BAKERI.C.8, 48
BAKERJOSEPH44,47
BAKERMAY44
BAKERMRS. B.A.47
BAKERMRS. F.L.8
BAKERMRS. ISAAC45
BAKERMRS. JOSEPH47
BAKERREV. SMITH21
BARBOURE.B.6
BARBOURMILDRED6
BARKERCLARA44,46
BARKERFRANK49
BARKERLILLIAN44
BARKERMRS .22
BARNESWILL28
BARRETTxxxx5
BARTLETTMRS.28
BAXTERJAMES P.14,17
BEALGEORGE39
BEANREV. C. EVER25(3)
BENJAMINCHARLES19,22
BENNETTGEORGE16.18
BENNETTJAMES42
BENNETTMRS .22
BENNETTGEORGE, MRS.44
BENNETTRALPH8
BENNETTROGER8
BENNETTV.D.42
BERRYANSEL30
BERRYCOTTAGE48
BERRYGEORGE28,29,30 (3)
BERRYHIRAM33
BERRYI .46
BERRYMISS9
BERRYMRS. ISAAC46
BERRYSARAH29
BICKFORDPERCY29, 32
BICKFORDWILLARD28
BIGELOWGERTRUDE42
BIGELOWJ.C.41(3),42(2),43
BIGELOWJOSEPH41
BIGELOWMR.40
BIGELOWJ.C., MRS.42 (2),43
BIGELOWVIOLA43
BIMSONMRS .15
BIRDMRS.(3)50
BLAISDELLJ.L.7
BLAKEMRS .38
BLAKEJOHN, MRS.25
BLATCHFORDDR.28
BLOSSOMRUBY36
BONDHATTIE23
BONLEYL.E., MRS. 4
BOOTHBAYLEVI, MRS.49 36
BOOTHBYFRED12,13,15
BOOTHBYGEORGE3
BOOTHBYGEORGE7
BOOTHBYGEORGE50
BOOTHBYGEORGE H.3
BOOTHBYGERTRUDE46
BOOTHBYLEONORA3
BOOTHBYMRS. CLARENC48
BOSTONGEORGE21
BOSTONWILL21
BOWERSGROCER24
BOWERSH.F.24,26
BOWERSHENRY26, 36
BOWLEYCHARLIE11
BOWLEYDANA17
BOWLEYERNEST E.26, 36, 42
BOWLEYESTHA9
J30WLEYESTHER E.3,26,36
BOWLEYMRS. DANA16
BOWLEYMRS. WILLIAM9
BOWLEYSADIE31, 37
BOWLEYW.D.17,41
BOWLEYWILLIAM D.9,14,16
BOWLEYWILLIE G.36
BOYNTONMRS.15
BRACKETTL. J.6
BRADBURYBENJAMIN F.1
BRADBURYGEORGE E.1
BRADBURYJOHN B.1
BRADBURYLEWIS1
BRADBURYMRS. B.F.1
BRADGONMRS. DANIEL41
BRADSHAWMABELLE44
BRAGDONADDIE28
BRAGDONDANIEL40
BRAGDONED49
BRAGDONFANNY6
BRAGDONJOHN7,23
BRAGDONMR.49
BRAGDONMRS. ADDIE(230
BRAGDONMRS. D.L.4
BRAGDONMRS. G.S.7
BRAGDONMRS. JOHN7
BRAGDONORRIE45
BRAGDONORRIL7
BRAGDONORRIN8
BRAGDONSARAH40
BRAGDONSETH40
BRAGDONWILLIAM30
BRAZIERMILDRED4
BRAZIERGRACE38
BRIELMR.43
BRIELPETER43
BRIGGSFRANK35
BRIGGSFRED P.10,11,12
BRIGGSMRS. F.P.24
BROWNALICE7
BROWNLIZZIE36 (2)
BROWNMABEL25 (2)
BROWNREV. MR. ALL27
BRYANTESTEN38
BRYANTJ.F.8
BRYANTJOHN8, 45, 46, 48,49 (2
BRYANTLEWIS35 (2)
BRYANTMRS. CHARLES36
BRYANTMRS. JOHN47
BRYANTMRS. JOHN, S49
BUCKADDISON4
BURBANKMRS .23
BURDITTCHARLES A.16
BURGESSMRS.7 (2)
BURHAMFRANK37
BURNELLMRS. M.C.32
BURNHAMALBERT24
BURNHAMALBERT C.26, 36
BURNHAMALICE24
BURNHAMALICE26
BURNHAMASA32
BURNHAMB.A.49
BURNHAMBENJAMIN46, 49
BURNHAMCHARLES25, 40, 41
BURNHAMCHARLES D.24
BURNHAMEDIE50
BURNHAMEDWARD50
BURNHAMELLA44
BURNHAMELMER40(3), 41(3)
BURNHAMEVE32, 50
BURNHAMFLORA40, 41
BURNHAMFLORA L.4, 6
BURNHAMFRANK37, 39(2), 47(2), 49, 50(2)
BURNHAMFRED L.36
BURNHAMFREDDIE26
BURNHAMGEORGE39(2), 40(2)
BURNHAMGUY47, 50
BURNHAMHARRY50
BURNHAMHENRY22
BURNHAMJ.C.6
BURNHAMJENNIE24
BURNHAMMRS. B.A.46
BURNHAMMRS. BENJAMIN48
BURNHAMMRS. WILLIAM45
BURNHAMNELLIS32
BURNHAMPEARLEY26
BURNHAMPERCY46
BURNHAMPERLEY43
BURNHAMROYAL46, 48, 50
BURNHAMSARAH4
BURNHAMASA28
BURNSMR.16
BUTLERCAPT. GEORGE29
BUTLEREUGENE33
BUTLERF.W.28, 34
BUTLERH.F.28(2), 29, 34
BUTLERHORACE28, 29, 31(3), 32(3), 33(2), 34
BUTLERLOUISE31(2)
BUTLERMR.27
BUTLERMRS. HORACE30, 34
BUTLERRAYMOND31(2), 32, 34(2)
BUTTERFIELDALICE36(2), 37
CAHILLMRS. J.A.49
CAMPBELLMRS. FRANK4, 6
CANHAMREV. W.C.3, 14
CARLLMR.50
CARLSONANNIE36
CARLSONYENS C.26
CARLSONN. A.16
CARSONSH. A.20
CARTERB.F.4, 5
CARTERBENJAMIN F.1
CARTERDELLA3,22
CARTERDOLLIE S.43
CARTERE.B.34(2)
CARTEREZRA2
CARTERGEORGE W.5
CARTERMRS. B.F.4, 6 (7)
CARTERMRS. E.B.4, 6
CARTERMRS. GEORGE6
CARTERSARAH2
CARTERSMITH W.9
CARTERTIMOTHY14
CARTERTIMOTHY21
CARTERH.M.4
CASHG.W.4
CASHGEORGE39
CASHGEORGE W.4.36
CASHHARRY34
CASHHENRY40
CASHHENRY E.9
CASHMABEL EGGART35
CASHMRS. HENRY39
CASTORDR.44
CASTORMRS. DR.7
CENHAMREV.46
CHAMPAINALBERT34
CHAMPAINCHARLES33, 34
CHAMPAINJOHN32 (2)
CHAMPAINJOSEPHINE34
CHAMPAINLEWIS29
CHAMPAINMAMIE32 (2)
CHAMPAINMARY32
CHAMPAINMRS. LEWIS31,33
CHANEYRALPH20
CHAPELLWILLIAM21
CHAPMANETTA29
CHAPMANMOSES33
CHAPMANMRS. LEWIS32
CHAPMANMRS. M.V.44
CHAPMANWILEORD20
CHENRYANNAH46
CHENRYHENRY46
CHOUTEAUMRS.(2)16
CLARKD.W.5(2)
CLARKFRANK48
CLARKHERBERT17
CLEAVESHON. HENRY B21
CLEAVESMRS.14,23
COBBA. D.34,38 (2)
COBBDR.24
COBBMRS. A.D.35.36 (2) ,39 (3) ,41(3) ,42 (2) ,43 (2
COBBMRS. ABBIE39
COBBW. A.34,35(2) ,36,37,38,39(4) ,40(2)
COBBW. A.41(2) ,42
COLERACHEL2,43,43
COLERACHEL43 (2)
COLLINSALBERT S.4
COLLINSETTA4,5(2)
COLLINSHARVEY47
COLLINSHERBERT46,47 (2) , 48
COLLINSLAURA44,47
COLLINSMR.45
COLLINSMRS .44
COLLINSMRS. C.B.44
COLLINSMRS. HERBERT47
COLLINSMRS. WILLIAM46, 47,49
COLLINSPERLEY49
COLLINSPERLIE45
COLLINSWILLIAM44,45,47,49,50
COLSONJAMES45
CONRADJOHN26
CONWAYBESSIE9,18
CONWAYDAN9
COOKALBERT27
COOKEDWARD26
COOKGRACE24 (2) ,25,35,47 (2)
COOKMISS46(3)
COOKMR. AND MRS.25
COOKMRS .24
COOKMRS. EDWARD27
COOLBROTHREV. MR.48
COYLEGEORGE17(2),18
CRAMG.E.(2)35
CROCKERHELEN48
CROCKERIRA45, 46, 47 (2) , 48
CROCKERMRS. IRA48,49
CUMMINGSEDGAR27
CUMMINGSELMER27,28
CUMMINGSFRANK34
CUMMINGSHENRY(2)27 (2) ,28 (2)
CUMMINGSLETTIE27
CUMMINGSMISS28
CURRYJAMES44
DALTONREV. DR.11
DAMEMR.50
DAUNOCKELDELBERT G.24
DAVISMRS .29
DEARINGA. S .25,26
DEARINGANNIE(2)24
DEARINGARTHUR26,27,36, 42
DEARINGFRED24,25 (3) ,26 (2) ,27
DEARINGINA25 (2)
DEARINGMR.27
DEARINGMRS. A.S.24
DEARINGMRS. ANNIE27
DEARINGMRS. FRED25(5) ,26(2) ,27,36
DEARINGWALLACE24
DEARINGMRS. E.26
DeCELLEMRS. BURNS49
DeCOSTERE.6
DeCOSTERMISS A.6
DEERINGA. G.41
DEERINGA. S .35
DEERINGEDNA R.28
DEERINGFRED10,25(2) ,26,35(2) ,39,41
DEERINGGEORGE28
DEERINGINA25 (2),34
DEERINGINA26,35 (2)
DEERINGJ.C.4
DEERINGLAVILLE27
DEERINGLIZZIE A.4
DEERINGLOUISE27
DEERINGLOUVILLE27
DEERINGLUVILLE28
DEERINGMARTIN26
DEERINGMRS. A.S.26
DEERINGMRS. FRED4,26, 34,35, 36 (3) , 39, 44
DEERINGMRS.ANNIE(2)26
DEERINGOSCAR4,5, 6 (4)
DEERINGSTAN25
DEERINGTHEODORE27
DEERINGFRED10
DEERINGMAUD26
DeGARUNPROFESSOR8
DENNETTJENNIE31
DENNETTMR.22
DENNETTMRS.29
DENNETTMRS. LEON44
DETRYJACOB37
DEVINEBETSY A.1
DILLINGHAMMR. AND MRS.10
DILLINGHAMMRS. GEORGE15
DIRGINJOHN22
DOBSONMRS.44
DODGEMABEL3, 7
DODGEMRS.28 (2) ,29
DONDASMR.31
DONNOCKERD.G.25,27 (2)
DONNOCKERD.G.27
DONNOCKERMR.26
DOUGHTYCLIFTON28
DOUGHTYFRANK25,28 (2)
DOUGHTYMRS. FRANK25 (2)
DOUGLASALICE32
DOVERCOTTAGE46
DOWMRS .49
DOYENGEORGE D.6
DOYENP. A.6
DOYENP.H.6
DRESSERMISS22
DRESSERW.W.5
DRESSERWILLIAM4
DUCETTAGNES28
DUCETTEVA28
DUCETTMRS. JOHN28
DUNHAMHANNAH16,20,39
DUNNA. H.34
DUNNJ.L.30
DUNNMRS. JERRY30,33 (2)
DUNNRUTH34
DUNNACKREV. H.E.3
DUPREYSTEPHEN44
DURGINJOHN23 (2)
DURGINMRS.38
DYERED5
DYERERNEST43 (2)
DYERETHEL35
DYEREVERARD45
DYERH.E.6
DYERHOWARD38,42
DYERISABEL39
DYERMISS J.E.6
DYERMRS. LEONARD4, 5
DYERW.E.6
EASTMANEDWARD45
EASTMANMR.47
EMERSONMR. & MRS.27
EDWARDSEVANGELIST28
EGGARTIRA35
ELWELLMRS.30
EMERYB. A.42,43 (3)
EMERYHOWARD43
ESTY...36
EVANSGEORGE F.12,20,22
EVERETTMRS. LEWIS37
FARNHAMMR.50
FARRARTHUR13,15,16,17,18
FARREVA20, 36
FARRARMRS.46
FAULKNERLIZZIE29 (2)
FAULKNERMAY29 (2)
FAULKNERMRS.30, 31,33 (2)
FENDERSONADDIE5
FENDERSONADDIE A.4 (2)
FENDERSONADDIE H.6
FENDERSONG.E.7 (2)
FENDERSONLOUISE D.4 (2)
FENDERSONMRS. GEORGE8
FENDERSONN.6
FERNALDMR.23
FERNALDSTATE SEN. B14
FERNEYDR.43
FIELDSE.6
FILESCHARLES30, 32
FINNERTYLILLIAN31
FINNEYALBERTA47
FINNEYLILLIAN48
FINNEYMRS .48
FLETCHERCOTTAGE48
FLETCHEREVELYN44,46,48(4),49
FLETCHERGEORGE47
FLETCHERHARRY31,48,50
FLETCHERJ.50 (2), 46, 48(2)
FLETCHERMR.50
FLOYDMRS .47,48
FLOYDMRS. FRANK33
FLOYDRUBY30
FOGGCHARLES W.7.9.14.17.18.19.20
FOGGDORRIS22
FOGGE.S.14.22.23
FOGGEDWARD8.23
FOGGELLEN22.23
FOGGNELLIE27 (2)
FOGGRUEBEN1
FORDREV. J.A.3(2)
FORTUNEJAMES49
FOSSCARRIE46
FOSSESTELLA46
FOSSESTHER49
FOSSICABOD16
FOSSICHABOD22
FOSSIDA9,16,19,20
FOSSIRA9,13,14,16,18(2),20,32,47
FOSSJOSEPH9,10,11(2),17,19,21
FOSSMRS.46,49
FOSSPHENIE9.16.19.20
FOSSSCHOBAD13
FOSTEREMMA12,13
FOSTERJOHN N.20
FOSTERMR.44
FOSTERWILL38
FOYEEUGENE41
FOYEMRS.43
FREEDOMMR.37
FROSTMRS. CHARLES4
FULLAMJAMES31
FULLERROBERT46(2)
FULLERTONETHEL35
FULLERTONMRS. E.W.43
GARRISONWILLIAM LLOY21
GETCHELLJOHN18
GETCHELLWILLIE18
GILMANA. B.42
GILMANANNA38
GILMANANNIE4,6(2),35,36,37(5),38(4),39(3)
GILMANANNIE40 (5) , 41 (3) , 42 (3) , 43 (2) , 44
GILMANDR. HENRY43
GILMANE.R.5
GILMANEDWARD3,37,42,43
GILMANELLA5,34,35,37(2)
GILMANELLEN40,41
GILMANELVA43 (2),44
GILMANESSELYN43
GILMANETTA5
GILMANEVA41
GILMANFRANK H.4
GILMANG.E.35,36(2),39,40(2),41,43,44
GILMANGEO. E.36
GILMANGEORGE5,36,37
GILMANH. A.41
GILMANHENRY10,35,36(2), 37,38(3),39(2),40(3)
GILMANHENRY41(3) ,42(3) ,43
GILMANISABEL42
GILMANL.E.34,36 (2) , 38 (3) , 40, 42
GILMANLEONA37,38,44
GILMANLEORA42
GILMANLEWIS E.40
GILMANMABEL3(2) ,5,35 (2) ,36 (3) ,37 (3) ,38,39(3
GILMANMABEL40 (3) ,41(2) ,42 (4) ,43 (4)
GILMANMR.39.42
GILMANMRS. B.C.4
GILMANMRS. FRANK35
GILMANMRS. L.E.6,35,36,37,39,40,41(4),42
GILMANMRS. LEWIS35,36,38,39
GILMANMRS. W.A.4.35.38.42
GILMANMRS. W.H.4
GILMANS.E.37
GILMANW. A.35,36,37,38,40,41(2),42(2),43(2)
GILMANW.G.36
GILMANWILL37(2)
GIPTILLMABEL7
GOLMANANNIE43
GOODWINEDWARD8
GOODWINFRANK20,39(2),43
GOODWINMRS. JASPER8
GOODWINNORMAN8
GOODWINPROF. JASPER8
GOODWINREV.46
GOGGINSA. L.20, 34
GOGGINSALONZO8.10.19
GOGGINSCHARLOTTE13.19
GOGGINSCORA7.19
GOGGINSHELEN13
GOGGINSMR.42
GOGGINSMRS. ALONZO10,11
GOGGINSMRS. W.H.4,5
GOGGINSWILLIAM H.21
GOUGHMRS. WILL4
GOULDH. J.48
GOWENCHARLES48
GOWENE.46, 50
GOWENE. A.45,46, 48 (3)
GOWENE.O.50
GOWENEDWIN49
GOWENELLA46(2)
GOWENMR.50
GOWENMRS. E.A.46
GOWENROY48
GRAFFAMJOSIAH2
GRAFFAMW.H.41
GRAFFAMWILLIAM H.10 (4) ,15,19
GRAHAMMR.45
GRAYMISSES28
GREENE . A.50
GREENGROVER28
GREENLEAFE.S.7
GREENLEAFREV.8
GUNNISONLIZZIE20,21
GUPTILLCHARLES45 (2),48,49,50(2
GUSTINALPHONSO27
GUSTINFRANK25,27 (2) ,29,34
GUSTINMRS. ALPHONS34
HACKETTHENRY34
HAGGETTMR.30
HALEYLIZZIE31
HALLMRS. JAMES4
HAMMISS50
HAMMRS.15
HAMBLETTMELVIN33
HAMBLINLILLA30
HAMILTONMR.14
HAMLEYREV. DR.11
HAMLYNC. J.45
HAMLYNMR.48
HANCOCKREV.44
HANNAMISS26
HANNAFORDALVIN22,23
HANNAFORDMR.23
HANNAFORDMRS .22
HANNAFORDMRS. ALVIN23 (2)
HANSCOMHENRY49
HANSINGMR.30
HANSONALICE45, 48
HANSONG.E.5(2)
HANSONMR.26 (2)
HANSONMRS .28
HARDINGCHARLES1,45
HARDINGIDA20
HARDINGMRS .17
HARMONALBERT12
HARMONC.S.6
HARMONCLARENCE29
HARMONCLINTON22
HARMONDIST. DEPUTY10
HARMONJANE E.1
HARMONJOHN6, 13
HARMONJOHN A.13, 17
HARMONLIDA3, 43
HARMONMRS. JOHN A.8,10,13,20
HARMONNELLIE L.20
HARMONNELSON C.20
HARMONREV. C.E.24
HARMONREV. E.C.3,32,34
HARMONREV. MR.24,26
HARMONSEED STORE23
HARRISLEAH49
HARRISMARY22,24,35(2) ,38
HARTMRS.28,46
HARTMRS. EMMA27
HASKELL…..3
HASKELLC.E.24 (2)
HASKELLC.H.25
HASKELLCHARLES26, 37
HASKELLMR. & MRS.26.27
HASKELLMR. CHARLES26
HASKELLMRS.25.27
HASKELLMRS. CHARLES24.41
HASTYCARRIE4
HASTYJENNIE49
HASTYJUDGE WILLIA1
HATCHA.R.26
HATCHEVA M.6
HATCHEVE6
HATCHFRED6
HATCHG.M.4
HATCHMRS.35
HATCHMRS. W.W.6 (2)
HATCHNASON41
HAYNESFRANK49
HEALDFRANK39,44
HERRICKBERT12
HERSOMMABEL11
HIGGINSALEXANDER41
HIGGINSEDWARD22
HIGGINSMARGUERITE27
HIGGINSMRS. MILTON12
HIGGINSRENA27
HIGGINSWALTER23
HIGHTHON. LEROY T44
HIGHTHORATIO13
HILLCHARLES40
HILLF. A.37
HILLLOUISE1
HILLMRS. CHARLES42 ( 3)
HILLMANW.G.40
HILLSMATTIE39
HOMER…..5
HOOPERROSE48
HORTONMRS. JOSIE24
HOYTMRS. WILLIAM8
HUDSONARTHER37
HUDSONARTHUR SCOTT3
HUDSONCORA43 ( 2)
HUDSONG.O.37
HUDSONGEORGE37 (2),38
HUDSONH.S.40.42
HUDSONMARY E.3. 26.42
HUDSONR.E.34, 35, 37( 2) , 38( 2) , 40, 41,42
HUDSONROYAL43
HUNNEWELLJ.A.39,41
HUNNEWELLJOHN3, 15, 25( 7) , 35( 2) , 36( 2) , 38, 39,40
HUNNEWELLM.P.9, 24, 25, 26, 27( 2),41
HUNNEWELLMELVILLE P.10 ( 2) , 14,16
HUNTOONG.H.6
HUSTONMRS.23 (2)
HUTCHINSONPHILLIP6
INGALLSCHARLES15
JACKDR. W.L.48
JACOBSMISS27
JENKINSFRED24 , 38 (2)
JENNESSJ.H.4
JEWELL…...22
JEWELLM.H.20
JEWELLMARGARET19,29
JOCELYNREV. R.N.44
JOHNSMISS31
JOHNSONALICE2 6
JOHNSONDORTHEA26 , 36, 42
JOHNSONE. 0.27
JOHNSONELBRIDGE G.24
JOHNSONFLORA33
JOHNSONFLORENCE33
JOHNSONFRANK25
JOHNSONG. A.9, 17
JOHNSONGEORGE W.49 (2)
JOHNSONGUSTAVE37
JOHNSONHAZEL3, 44(3)
JOHNSONINI TA29
JOHNSONJ.W.26
JOHNSONJAMES24 ,25
JOHNSONL. A.14
JOHNSONLILLIAN26
JOHNSONLOUISE44 (2)
JOHNSONMAUD M.26,42
JOHNSONMAUD MARIA3
JOHNSONMISS28
JOHNSONMR.35
JOHNSONMR. & MRS.25
JOHNSONMRS. G.9, 17,26
JOHNSONMRS. GUSTAVE38 , 44
JOHNSONMRS. J.G.26
JOHNSONMRS. LILLIAN26
JOHNSONNEILS S.36
JOHNSONRALPH3, 26, 37
JOHNSONRUTH3, 44
JOHNSONWILL30
JONESA. SCOTT20 (2) , 37 (2)
JONESELIZABETH43
JONESF. A.40
JONESFLORA11 , 12
JONESFLORA A.9
JONESFLORENCE17,25,38,40,41,42
JONESHENRY9 2),10,11,14(2),20,22,26(2
JONESLIZZIE41
JONESMRS.42
JONESMRS. H.S.9
JONESMRS. HENRY6 3) ,11
JORDANARABELLA38 , 39
JORDANBELLE5
JORDANEDGAR L.4
JORDANGEORGE32
JORDANJAMES C.15,16,18,19
JORDANMARY E.6
JORDANMR.16
JORDANMRS.32 (2)
JORDANMRS. EDGAR L4
JORDANMRS. GEORGE28
JORDANMRS. ISRAELIS
JORDANMYRA38
JORDANREV. ISAAC20
JORDANREV. ISRAEL3, 16 (2) ,20 (2) ,21,23
JORDANREV. MR. & M17
JORDANSCOTT5
JOSEHATTIE H.1
JOSEMARY30,32 (2),33 (2)
JOSEMRS. W.W.5
KALERADDIE3,18,23
KALERHARRY16
KALERIDA9
KALERJ.M.22,41
KALERJOHN M.8,10,17
KALERMRS. HARRY40
KALERMRS. JOHN M.15
KELLYCORA48,50
KELSEYMISS39
KILBORNSCOTT23
KIMBALLB.G.35 (2),38,41
KIMBALLB.S.35
KIMBALLBENJAMIN24
KIMBALLBURR25
KIMBALLCHARLES29
KIMBALLDR.38
KIMBALLLIZZIE44
KIMBALLMRS. B.G.38
KIMBALLMRS. B.S.6
KNIGHTA. L.28
KNIGHTALBERT42
KNIGHTBEN30
KNIGHTELDER33
KNIGHTGEORGE19 (2) ,29
KNIGHTJENNIE31
KNIGHTJOSEPH29, 32
KNIGHTLEWIS30
KNIGHTMATTIE47
KNIGHTMRS. A.L.32
KNIGHTMRS. SAMUEL32
KNIGHTMRS. TURNER28,29,30 (3)
KNIGHTNETTIE29,32 (3),34
KNIGHTPERCY34
KNIGHTRALPH28 (2),31
KNIGHTS.B.28
KNIGHTSADIE29, 32,34 (2)
KNIGHTSAMUEL33
KNIGHTTURNER10(2),19,30,31(2),33
KNIGHTAMMON33
KNIGHTGEORGE47
LACEYBLANCHE8
LAIDLAWWILLIAM S.3
LANDSBURYMRS. L.4
LAMBCHARLES40
LANEHARRY21
LANEMRS. N.B.4
LANEN.B.4,5,6(2),9,12,17,18
LANINCART.7
LANOBERFRANK20
T !JOSEPH S.19
LARKIN4
LARKINMISS26 (2)
LARKINSUSIE24
LARKINWILLIAM P.25
LARKINWILLIAM, JR.25
LARRABEEA. B.36 (2),41
LARRABEEA. L.38
LARRABEEALVAN B.14
LARRABEEALVIN36
LARRABEEALVIN C.41
LARRABEEB. SCOTT6 (2) , 9, 14, 17,20 (2) ,21,23
LARRABEEB.S.5(5) ,6
LARRABEEBENJAMIN9,13,14,23 (2)
LARRABEEDANIEL31
LARRABEEFRANK9,12,13(2),19
LARRABEELUCY32
LARRABEEMARY10
LARRABEEMRS .29 (2)
LARRABEEMRS. A.W.11
LARRABEEMRS. B. SCOT19
LARRABEEMRS. BENJAMI5,11,14,16,17
LARRABEEMRS. DR.22
LARRABEEMRS. FRANK8
LARRABEEP. J.31 (2)
LARRABEESADIE9, 38
LARRABEESARAH13
LARRABEESETH44
LARRABEESUSIE14,23,31
LARRABEEWALTER15
LARVOSALLELENA44,46
LARY & ESTEY• » »8
LEACHMARGARET21
LEARYISA33
LEARYJOHN25,27
LEARYMRS .30
LEARYMRS. ISA32
LEAVITTJ.W.4
LEAVITTA. B.8
LEAVITTA. W.8
LEAVITTALICE7
LEAVITTALL IE44
LEAVITTALMON7
LEAVITTALVIN46, 48,50 (2)
LEAVITTAUSTIN1,48
LEAVITTBERTHA45(2)
LEAVITTCARRIE46
LEAVITTCHARLES8
LEAVITTCULLEN45
LEAVITTG.E.8
LEAVITTGEORGE W.47 (2)
LEAVITTGEORGE WASHI47
LEAVITTH. J.8
LEAVITTHARRIS49
LEAVITTHORTENSE8,46, 48,50 (4)
LEAVITTI.8
LEAVITTIDA4 (2)
LEAVITTIRVING8
LEAVITTJ.F.48
LEAVITTJ.H.7,8,41,44,45,48(2)
LEAVITTJOHN H.1,10 (2),15,18,19
LEAVITTL.8
LEAVITTL.E.8
LEAVITTLAURA1
LEAVITTLAURENCE45
LEAVITTLAWRENCE8,49,50
LEAVITTLEIA B.7 (2)
LEAVITTLEON44,49,50
LEAVITTLUCY7,47
LEAVITTMR. & MRS.25
LEAVITTMRS.8
LEAVITTMRS. ALMON B7
LEAVITTMRS. CULLEN45(2)
LEAVITTMRS. G.E.8
LEAVITTMRS. J.H.46
LEAVITTMRS. L.E.8
LEAVITTVIDA7, 8
LEAVITTA. B.7
LEAVITTA.N.7
LEEMANJ.G.36
LEIGHTONCHARLES48
LEIGHTONMRS.23
LENNARDSLIZZIE45
LEONARDSGEORGE16,18,19
LEONARDSLIZZIE46
LEOVITTJ.H.18
LESLIEMISS LEO39
LESLIERALPH44 (2)
LEWISMASTER16
LIBBEYABBIE28
LIBBY~GRAPHOPHONE28
LIBBY~JOCELYN HOU12
LIBBYA.D.T.29, 30
LIBBYA. E.36
LIBBYABBIE27 (2) ,28,29,30
LIBBYADA9,12,13,15,18
LIBBYALBION D.28
LIBBYANNIE8 (2),9,11,39
LIBBYANSEL8
LIBBYARTHUR8 (2)
LIBBYASBURY37
LIBBYAUGUSTUS29, 30, 31 (3)
LIBBYBERTHA25,35,39(2)
LIBBYBERTHA 0.12,38,41
LIBBYBESSIE8
LIBBYBLANCHE30
LIBBYC.S.5,28,29
LIBBYC.W.17,23
LIBBYCAROLYN28
LIBBYCARR. .5
LIBBYCARRIE25(2) ,26,28,29(3) ,30,31 (2) ,32 (2
LIBBYCARRIE33 (3),41
LIBBYCARRIE E.24 (3) ,25,27 (3)
LIBBYCARRIE W.29
LIBBYCHARLES1,29,31,44
LIBBYCHARLES B.9
LIBBYCHARLES E.10 (2),17,20,27
LIBBYCHARLES W.8,12 (2),13(3),15,16 (3),18
LIBBYCHARLES Z.26.27
LIBBYCLARA13, 17
LIBBYCLARA J.5, 6, 9,12(2),45
LIBBYCLARK41
LIBBYCLIFFORD8,25,28,30,31,33 (3) ,36,41
LIBBYCLIFFORD H.26.27
LIBBYCORP. A.D.29
LIBBYD.C.31,32
LIBBYD.S.25.26
LIBBYDANIEL28,29,30 (2) ,31
LIBBYDANIEL C.1,15,18,29
LIBBYDEACON HENRY27
LIBBYDEACON JOSHU1
LIBBYDILLIE19
LIBBYDOROTHY8
LIBBYE.H.28 (2)
LIBBYE.S.4 (2),35,36,37,41,42
LIBBYEBEN S.6 (4) ,20,36
LIBBYEBENEZER1
LIBBYEDNA47
LIBBYEDNA E.24 (2) ,25,27 (4) ,28,35
LIBBYEDWARD J.28
LIBBYELIZA24 (2)
LIBBYELIZABETH C.5
LIBBYELIZABETH P.4
LIBBYELLA26, 35 (3) , 36, 37,38,43
LIBBYELLA W.28
LIBBYEMMA19
LIBBYESTELLE3.22.40
LIBBYESTHER28
LIBBYESTHER E.28
LIBBYETTA42, 45
LIBBYEUGENE24.26
LIBBYEUGENE H.27 (6),28(4)
LIBBYE.S.26
LIBBYFANNIE20
LIBBYFERDINAND P.19
LIBBYFLORENCE27
LIBBYFRANK13,25
LIBBYFRANK B.10,13,18,19,20
LIBBYFRED9,30,31 (2) ,32 (4),33 (2)
LIBBYFRED A.26
LIBBYFRED F.26
LIBBYFRED J.30 (3),34
LIBBYFREEDOM9.40
LIBBYFREEMAN9(2) ,13
LIBBYMISS46, 47
LIBBYMISS CARRIE26
LIBBYMISSES28 (2),33,35
LIBBYMOULTON28
LIBBYMOULTON C.28
LIBBYMRS.28,32
LIBBYMRS. ANSEL17
LIBBYMRS . C.W.17
LIBBYMRS. CAPT. S14
LIBBYMRS. CHARLES26
LIBBYMRS . CHARLES10
LIBBYMRS . CHARLES11,19
LIBBYMRS . CHARLES11
LIBBYMRS. E.H.28
LIBBYMRS . EUGENE27 (2)
LIBBYMRS. FRED31(2) ,32
LIBBYMRS . FREEMAN4
LIBBYMRS. GEORGE50
LIBBYMRS . GEORGE21
LIBBYMRS. HENRY R26 (2)
LIBBYMRS. IRVING15
LIBBYMRS. J.H.4,10,15 (3)
LIBBYMRS . J.M.31
LIBBYMRS. JOHN30 (3),32,33 (2),34 (3
LIBBYMRS. JOHN A.10
LIBBYMRS. JOHN H.11,15
LIBBYMRS. JOHN M.30
LIBBYMRS. JOSHUA24
LIBBYMRS . LUCY30
LIBBYMRS. S. A.25 (2)
LIBBYMRS. SILAS14
LIBBYMRS. SIMON14
LIBBYMRS. T. A.38 (2),42,43,44
LIBBYMRS . T . C.9, 17
LIBBYMRS. THOMAS15
LIBBYMRS . W.S.4
LIBBYNANCY32 (2),33
LIBBYNELLIE27
LIBBYP. A.38
LIBBYPHIL36
LIBBYPHOEBE21
LIBBYPROF.37
LIBBYRALPH26
LIBBYRICHARD14
LIBBYRICHARD M.19 (2)
LIBBYROBERT16
LIBBYROSCOE39
LIBBYRUTH39
LIBBYRUTH E.27 (3)
LIBBYS. MANSON20
LIBBYSADIE8
LIBBYSALLY MAYNAR9
LIBBYSAMUEL26, 35
LIBBYSAMUEL J.10, 12
LIBBYSARA T.19
LIBBYSARAH T.11 (2),17,22
LIBBYG.8
LIBBYGEORGE43,49,50
LIBBYGEORGE B.11,15,18,20
LIBBYGEORGE 0.26
LIBBYGEORGE P.15 (3)
LIBBYGEORGE T.20
LIBBYGEORGIA24
LIBBYH.R.25,26
LIBBYHAROLD 0.36
LIBBYHARRY33
LIBBYHARRY B.5
LIBBYHARRY R.26
LIBBYHATTIE17 (2)
LIBBYHELEN25,27,28 (2)
LIBBYHENRY28
LIBBYHENRY D.24
LIBBYHENRY R.9,24(4) ,25 (5) ,27
LIBBYHORATIO12
LIBBYIONA1
LIBBYIRVING 0.14,15,16
LIBBYJ. AUGUSTUS2, 6 (2),28,29,30,31,33(2),34
LIBBYJ.A.5(2) ,28,29,30,31,33 (2) ,34
LIBBYJ.H.9, 15, 16, 17 (2) ,21
LIBBYJ.M.31,33
LIBBYJ.R.30
LIBBYJENNIE27
LIBBYJOEL36
LIBBYJOHN29,30,31,32(6),33(6)
LIBBYJOHN A.15,16(2) ,21
LIBBYJOHN H.8,11,22,14 (3)
LIBBYJOHN L.9
LIBBYJOHN M.18,29 (2),30 (2) ,32,34
LIBBYJOHNSON9
LIBBYJOSEPH9
LIBBYJOSEPHINE28
LIBBYJOSEPHINE M.27
LIBBYJOSEPHINE W.27,28
LIBBYJOSHUA1,26
LIBBYKATIE F35
LIBBYL.H.28
LIBBYLIDA25,34,35 (2),36,39,40(2),41,42,48
LIBBYLIDA E.2,3, 12,24 (2) ,26,27 (2) ,35,37 (2) ,41
LIBBYLIZZIE31,32 (2),33
LIBBYLIZZIE C.S.37
LIBBYLORA18
LIBBYLUCY32,37,43
LIBBYLUCY M.24,26 (2) ,27
LIBBYLUCY MAY25
LIBBYLUELLA42,45
LIBBYLULU9
LIBBYLYDIA26
LIBBYMARGARET42
LIBBYMEHITABEL13
LIBBYMILDRED28
LIBBYMIRANDA4
LIBBYMISS12
LIBBYSIMON17,23
LIBBYSIMON H.18
LIBBYSUMNER33
LIBBYT. ALONZO9
LIBBYT. A.36, 38,42 (2)
LIBBYT.C.13, 14
LIBBYTENA8
LIBBYTHERESA28 (2) ,29 (6) ,30 (5)
LIBBYTHERESA33 (6)
LIBBYTHOMAS C.9, 10
LIBBYVARANUS20
LIBBYW.S.18, 19
LIBBYWASHINGTON24
LIBBYWILL29 (2) , 31
LIBBYWILL M.29,30,31 (2)
LIBBYWILLIAM S.15, 16 (2) ,20,26
LIBBYWILLIE8
LINCOLNDR. A.W.28
LINGDON26
LINGDON L.27 (3)
LINGE.E.24 (3) ,25 (2) ,38
LINGED36
LINGEDWARD41
LINGEDWARD E.24 (2) ,26 (3)
LITCHFIELDANNA45
LITCHFIELDEDWINA8
LITCHFIELDELLA8
LITCHFIELDHELEN40 (2) ,41
LITCHFIELDLEWIS3, 10,35,38,39(2),40, 41
LITTLEMR.50
LOCKEALLEN28,31,29(2)
LOCKEJOE28,29(2) ,30,31 (2)
LOMBARDJOHN37
LOMBARDBERTHA38 (2)
LOMBARDCHARLIE37
LOMBARDCLARENCE37
LOMBARDCLARENCE39
LOMBARDDR.35,39,42
LOMBARDDR.42 (2)
LOMBARDDR. L.38
LOMBARDDR. L.S.36.37
LOMBARDDR. S.L.6
LOMBARDETHEL35 (2)
LOMBARDJ.H.36
LOMBARDJOHN35 (3)
LOMBARDJOHN H.36.37
LOMBARDL.S.40 (2)
LOMBARDLESTER37
LOMBARDMASTER REGIN40
LOMBARDMR.50
LOMBARDMRS. J.H.36
LOMBARDMRS. JOHN34 (2) ,35(2)
LOMBARDMRS. JOHN H.36, 37 (2)
LOMBARDMRS. L.S.4 (2),35,38 (2),39 (2)
LOMBARDMRS. U.J.39
LOMBARDN. J.41
LOMBARDOCTAVIA4
LOMBARDREGINALD37,38
LOMBARDU. J.41 (2)
LOMBARDW. J.5
LOMBARDCHARLIE M.36
LOMBARDCLARENCE W.36
LOMBARDHOMER36
LOTHROPADA8
LOTHROPE . A.8
LOTHROPELIAS7
LOTHROPH. A.8
LOTHROPHOWARD8
LOTHROPJ. A.7(2)
LOTHROPJOS IE7(2)
LOTHROPM.8
LOTHROPMELVILLE7, 45
LOTHROPELLSWORTH A.1
LOVEGEORGE32
LOWEELIZA33
LOWEGEORGE29, 30
LOWEI.P.28,29
LOWEMR.28
LOWEMR. « MRS.33
LOWEMRS.30 (2
LOWENETTIE16
LOWET.M.34
LOWETRISTRAM29, 33
LUCAS~BRICK MAKER28
LUCASWILLIAM34
LUNDELSIE4 (2)
LUNDHANS20
LYONSJAMES W.36
LYONSMRS. STEPHEN14 (2
LYONSPERCY H.3,26
LYONSSTEPHEN8 (2), 9, 17
MABRYDR.44
MAINSLOTTIE M.3,26
MAINSJ.L.7
MAINSMRS. J.L.8
MAINS0.41
MAINSORIN44
MAINSSAMUEL44
MANCHESTERH.40
MANCHESTERH.B.10, 17
MANCHESTERHORACE16,28
MANCHESTERMRS.45
MANCHESTERMRS. H.B.9, 17
MANCHESTERMRS. H.F.39
MANCHESTERMRS. HORACE40
MANCHESTERROYAL40
MANCHESTERH.B.9
MARSHALLREV. MR.29
MARTINAL14
MARVINMRS. EZRA44
MASONBESSIE29
MAXWELLC.A. ~STATE7
MAYBERRY DR. ERANK50 32
MCLELLENROBERT6
MCDERMOTTSETH41
MCDONALDGERTIE48
MCDONALDIDA8,46
MCDONALDJ.M.45
MCDONALDJOHN (2)46
MCDONALDKENNETH46, 48
MCDONALDMR.46
MCDONNELLC.H.34
MCKENNEY~jeweler~4
MCKENNEYBERT26
MCKENNEYGRANVILLE2
MCKENNEYMR.33
MCKINNEYLUTHER F.16
MCLAUGHLINMRS. W.H.4
MCLAUGHLINW.H.5,15 (2),18(2),30
MCLAUGHLINWILLIAM N.10
McLELLANALBERT31
McLELLANANNIE29,30,31 (2) ,32 (7) ,33
McLELLANC.O.31,33 (3)
McLELLANCHARLES28 (4),29 (4),30(2),31(3),32, 33
McLELLANHAZEL30 (2),31,32 (3)
McLELLANMRS.30
McLELLANMRS. C.O.30
McLELLANMRS. CHARLES31
McPHEEED47
McPHEEG. A.8
McPHEEGEORGE47, 50
McPHEEJ.E.8,45 (2) ,48 (2) ,49,50 (2)
McPHEEJOHN46,47,48,50
McPHEEJOHN E.48
McPHEELESTER45 (2) ,47(2)
McPHEEMR.45
McPHEEMRS. EDWARD47
McPHEEMRS. J.E.45, 49 (2)
McPHEEMRS. JOHN47
MEANSMARY18
MERRICKJ. VAUGH, JR20
MERRILLAARON1,45, 47,50 (2)
MERRILLALICE7
MERRILLBESSIE8
MERRILLBROTHERS45
MERRILLCARRIE45, 49, 50
MERRILLD.8
MERRILLDR. J.G.23
MERRILLELBRIDGE1,49
MERRILLELSIE50 (2)
MERRILLFANNY50 (2)
MERRILLFRANK49, 50
MERRILLFRED7,44,46(3),47,48
MERRILLFRED L.4
MERRILLG.H.45
MERRILLGEORGE49
MERRILLGEORGE F.10
MERRILLHARRY48(2),50
MERRILLHENRIETTAI, 7
MERRILLJ.D.46.49
MERRILLJ.H.46
MERRILLJEFFERSON1
MERRILLLAURA1
MERRILLLELAND45 (2) ,46
MERRILLLENA7.45.47.49
MERRILLMINNIE1
MERRILLMRS.45
MERRILLMRS.46
MERRILLMRS. AARON46 (2) , 47,48,50
MERRILLMRS. D.H.8
MERRILLMRS. FRED49
MERRILLMRS. FRED C.45(2)
MERRILLMRS. G.17
MERRILLMRS. J.D.II, 15,46,47
MERRILLMRS. J.G.15
MERRILLMRS. JAMES12
MERRILLMRS. T.G.4
MERRILLOLIVER28,45, 47 (2) , 48 (2) , 49, 50 (3)
MERRILLPERLEY4,8,10,11,12 (2)
MERRILLRACHEL(2)50
MERRILLREV. DR.8(2),9,12,13(2),14(2),15,22,23,46
MERRILLREV. JAMES G12,16
MERRILLVINA45
MERRILLWALTER45,47
MERRILLWILL F.9
MERRILLWILLIAM46
MERRILLFRED E.7(2) ,8
MERRITTWILLIAM22
MESERVECHARLES15, 34
MESERVEDR.13
MESERVEE. A.34
MESERVEEDITH8
MESERVEEDWARD28,29(2) , 30, 31,32,33 (2)
MESERVEELEAZER14
MESERVEELLA28,29,30 (2) ,31,32,33 (2)
MESERVEESTHER33
MESERVEFLORENCE20,31(2) ,33
MESERVEFLOSSIE29
MESERVEGLADYS34
MESERVEHANNA31
MESERVEHANNAH29 (2) ,31 (2) ,32 (3) ,33 (2) ,34
MESERVEHARRY31,32(2),34
MESERVEHIRAM30,33
MESERVEIRMA8,29,30
MESERVEJAMES33
MESERVEJERRY32
MESERVEJOHN1,27
MESERVELIZZIE22
MESERVEMATTIE31,32 (2) ,34
MESERVEMINNIE1,7, 8
MESERVEMISS48
MESERVEMRS.32 (2)
MESERVEMRS. HIRAM30 (2),31
MESERVEORIN, MRS.17, 21
MESERVEROBERT, MRS.30 (3)
MESERVEWILLIAM, MRS29, 31
MESERVEN.C.34
MESERVENELLIE7, 45, 49
MESERVENELSON29,31 (2) ,32,33 (5) ,34 (3)
MESERVEPERCY13
MESERVEPERLEY29
MESERVEROBERT28,29,31,33,34
MESERVESARAH17,20
MESERVESURNER18, 19
MESERVEWALTER28,32
MESERVEWILL29,30,32
MESERVEELEAZER18
MESERVEJ.R.8
MILLERDORA8
MILLERDOROTHY3,22
MILLERF. A.14,17,41
MILLERFRED10 (2) ,14,21,22
MILLERRAUD42 (2)
MILLERRRS.43
MILLERRRS. F.A.6,17,19
MILLERRRS. FRED38,39
MILLERRRS. R.V.43
MILLIKENC.45
MILLIKENCARL44
MILLIKENE.49
MILLIKENE. ADELE47 (2) ,49
MILLIKENE.C.10
MILLIKENEARLE50
MILLIKENERRA26 (2) , 47 (3) , 48,50 (3)
MILLIKENEZRA C.19
MILLIKENGEORGE37,39,41
MILLIKENGEORGE H.10 (3) ,15,16,20
MILLIKENHAROLD45,48,49
MILLIKENIRA44
MILLIKENLYDIA A.1
MILLIKENR.F.44,45 (3),46 (4),47 (2),48,49 (4
MILLIKENR.F.49 (4) ,50(3)
MILLIKENR. I.9
MILLIKENRARK18
MILLIKENRARY48
MILLIKENRELVILLE3
MILLIKENRISS46
MILLIKENRR. & RRS.48,35
MILLIKENRRS. GEORGE42
MILLIKENRRS. IRA50
MILLIKENRRS. R.F.46, 48 (2) , 49 (5) , 50
MILLIKENRRS. WILLIAR8
MILLIKENOCTAVUS F.19
MILLIKENRARK L.19
MILLIKENALICE RAUD26
MITCHELLAGNES34
MITCHELLCLIFFORD22 (2)
MITCHELLEDWARD22,23
MITCHELLELSIE30
MITCHELLGUS28
MITCHELLMARY32
MITCHELLMRS.32
MITCHELLMRS. W.H.6
MITCHELLW. AUGUSTUS33
MITCHELLW.H.4
MITCHELLWILLIAM30
MITCHELLWILLIAM31
MOGANMR.30
MOODYE.S .26
MOODYELEANOR37
MOODYEMERY20
MOODYHATTIE37
MOODYJENNIE25
MOODYMISS ELEANOR26
MOODYMISSES20
MORGAN~HOUSE~31
MORGANMR. AND MRS.30
MORRILLPHOEBE9, 13
MORRIS. •1
MORRISLAURA6
MORRISONA.5
MORRISONFRANK29, 32
MORRISONHENRY4 (2)
MORSEFLORENCE34 (2)
MORSELUELLA34
MORSEMRS. FRANK30, 49
MORSERUTH49
MOSESEDWIN39
MOSESIVA26
MOSESMR. & MRS.26
MOTLEYHARRY8
MOULTONA. F.4,21,41
MOULTONALVIN10 (2),15,27,41
MOULTONANNIE27
MOULTONARNOLD8
MOULTONAUGUSTUS F.2
MOULTONCHARLES28
MOULTONDANIEL2
MOULTONEDWIN16
MOULTONFRED10 (2),18,19
MOULTONFREEDOM2
MOULTONGEORGE H.4
MOULTONH. A.18
MOULTONHENRY A.15
MOULTONHON. AUGUSTU3, 14
MOULTONJONATHAN2
MOULTONJOSHUA2,29
MOULTONLIBERTY27,28
MOULTONMATHIAS28
MOULTONOLIVE27
MOULTONREV. H.F.44
MOULTONROBERT2
MOULTONSARA39
MOULTONTOBE47
MOULTONWILLIAM2
MOULTONMARSHALL13
MCGRIDGEMRS. JOHN8
MUGRIDGEREV.3,46
NELSONMR.27
NERNEYPETER49
NEWCOMBMARY23
NEWCOMBBERTHA13, 43
NEWCOMBD.L.34,41
NEWCOMBEDITH22,44 (2)
NEWCOMBELIZABETH22
NEWCOMBF.M.15
NEWCOMBFRED10(4) ,13,16(3) ,17(3) ,19
NEWCOMBFRED20 (2) ,24,37
NEWCOMBHAROLD5,19,22
NEWCOMBJ. HAROLD5(2)
NEWCOMBJ.R.36, 40 (2) , 41
NEWCOMBJAMES45
NEWCOMBJESSE14(2) ,16,17,18(3) ,19(3) ,20
NEWCOMBJOSEPH32,50
NEWCOMBMARY29
NEWCOMBMRS. F.M.43
NEWCOMBMRS. FRED43, 44
NEWCOMBMRS. J.36, 45, 46
NEWCOMBMRS. SAMUEL6(3)
NEWCOMBS.T.7(2),45
NEWCOMBSAMUEL30, 33
NEWCOMBEDITH42
NEWCOMBELIZABETH42
NEWCOMBMRS. F.L.42
NICHOLSL. J.4
NORTONC.C.36
NORTONHARRIET N.14
NORTONMRS.38
NORTONMRS. C.C.14,34(2),36
NOYESCHARLES4
NUGENTHANNAH24 (2) ,25,26(2) ,27,37,40
NUGENTHANNAH41 (4),42
NUGENTMAGGIE26
NUGENTMARGARET25
NUGENTMRS .25 (2)
NUGENTP.H.24 (2) ,26,27,35,37,41 (3)
NUGENTPATRICK25 (2)
NUGENTWILLIAM36
NUTTENEBEN22
NUTTERFLORENCE39
NUTTERFRANK38
NUTTERMARTHA22
NUTTERMRS. FRANK C39
OLIVEREDMUND12
OLIVER44
OLIVERE.S.9,14,15,17,18,19,20,22,41
OLIVERELBRIDGE S.10
OLIVERFRANK14(3) ,17(2) ,20(2) ,21
OLIVERFRED17
OLIVERG.M.41
OLIVERGEORGE M.15 (2),18,19
OLIVERLINDA9, 11,12,19,20
OLIVERMARIAN8,13 (2),16,19
OLIVERMARION17,18,21
OLIVERMRS. FRANK19
OLIVERMRS. LUTHER16, 18
ORMSBY~teacher~26
ORMSBYB.H.35
ORMSBYB.W.36
ORMSBYJ. RALPH26
ORMSBYKATHERINE45
ORMSBYKATIE25,47,48
ORMSBYLULU B.36
ORMSBYW.H.3,19,35 (3),39
ORMSBYW.W.37
ORMSBYWILLIAM H.11, 19
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PARDERESUSIE42
PARDUEMR. & MRS.42
PARKERJOHN50
PARKERMRS. GEORGE31
PARKERTHEODORE21
PARSONMR.39
PARSONMRS .7
PARSONP.F.39,40,41
PARSONCARL38
PARSONSHERIFF7
PECKMRS.46
PEDERSONSELWUS22
PERKINSCARROLL8
PERRYHORATIO9
PERRYJOSEPH13
PERRYOLIVE9
PERRYHORATIO10
PETERSONJENNIE CHRIS16
PETERSONLENA8
PETERSONLEWIS8,41
PETERSONLOUIS22,23
PETERSONMARY5
PETERSONMR. & MRS.44
PHILLIPSCAROLINE28
PHILLIPSCLARENCE27
PHILLIPSEDA28
PHILLIPSEVA36
PHILLIPSWENDALL21
PHINNEYHATTIE6
PHINNEYMRS .44 (2)
PIERCEMISS49
PIERCESADIE46, 48,50
PIKEDR.47,49
PILLBURYI .W.45(2)
PILLBURYSUSIE32
PILLBURYBARTLETT33
PILLBURYBLANCH44
PILLBURYBLANCHARD47,48 (3) , 50 (2
PILLBURYCLARA45(2)
PILLBURYGUY11
PILLBURYI .W.44, 45(2) , 46, 47,48 (3) , 49(2) ,50
PILLSBURYMADELEINE49
PILLSBURYMILDRED C.43
PILLSBURYMISS28
PILLSBURYMISSES3
PILLSBURYMRS. L.L.5
PILLSBURYMRS. RALPH32
PILLSBURYNOAH45 (2) ,46
PILLSBURYRALPH32,33 (2)
PILLSBURYSCOT46
PILLSBURYSUSIE3
PINECHARLES2
PLACEGEORGE6
PLACEMRS. GEORGE38
PLACEMRS. L.M.4, 6
PLOWMANEDWARD32
PLOWMANJAMES31
PLOWMANOLIVER31
PLUMMERABBIE32,36
PLUMMERADA38
PLUMMERALBERT35
PLUMMERALICE L.38
PLUMMERALL IE38,44
PLUMMERBENJAMIN6
PLUMMERCHARLES A.15
PLUMMERCLIFFORD38
PLUMMERD.D.38
PLUMMERD.F.34(3) , 36, 37,38,39, 40, 41 (3), 42 (2
PLUMMERD.O.25,26,35(2) ,40
PLUMMERDENNIS14(2) , 17
PLUMMEREUGENE11
PLUMMERFRANCES44
PLUMMERHARRY11
PLUMMERHELEN38
PLUMMERHENRY S.36
PLUMMERISABEL42.43
PLUMMERJOHN11 (2),15,17,20,22
PLUMMERJOS IE25 (2),34,35,39
PLUMMERMARY42
PLUMMERMARY A.41
PLUMMERMARY E.6
PLUMMERMI DA6(3) ,21
PLUMMERMRS. D.F.40
PLUMMERMRS. ALICE39
PLUMMERMRS. D.F.4, 5, 36(3),38(2),39,40 (2)
PLUMMERMRS. D.F.41.42.43 (3)
PLUMMERMRS. D.O.25,27
PLUMMERMRS. EUGENE49
PLUMMERMRS. P.F.43
PLUMMERMRS. S.L.24.44
PLUMMERMRS. SETH37.38.43.44
PLUMMERMRS. SETH L.36, 43 (4)
PLUMMERMRS. WALTER42, 43
PLUMMERRAYMOND42
PLUMMERRECORD L.36
PLUMMERREV. JOHN18
PLUMMERS. JOSEPHINE26
PLUMMERS. JOSEPHINE24,25,26(2) ,47,50
PLUMMERS.D.35 (2) ,36,37,40 (3
PLUMMERS.JOSEPHINE47
PLUMMERS.L.37,38,40,42(2),43
PLUMMERSETH24,36, 37 (4) , 38 (2)
PLUMMERSHERIFF36
PLUMMERW.E.6,26, 35, 36, 38,39
PLUMMERWALTER24,25,36,42,43 (2)
PLUMMERAl. B.26
PLUMMERD. 0.42
PLUMMERHENRY S.26
PLUMMERJOHN E.20
PLUMMERMARY ANN42
PLUMMERMRS. S.L.42
PLUMMERS.D.37
PLUMMERSAMUEL D.1
PRATTANNIE32
PRATTANNIE33 (2)
PRATTJOSEPH32 (2)
PRATTMRS .29, 34
PRATTMRS. JOSEPH31
PRITCHARDALBERT11
PRITCHARDBERTHA8,10 (2)
DOCTORMRS. WILLIAM8
DOCTORWILLIAM8
PRUDDENDAVID22
PUGSLEYCHARLES47
PUGSLEYMRS. CHARLES47
PURCHASEJOHN43
PUTNAMWILLIAM L.2
RAMSDELL5
RAMSEYWILL37
RANDALLDR.46
RANDALLDR.49, 50
RANKINEVA36
RAYMONDCHARLES33, 34
RAYMONDMR.26,27
REDLONREV. AMOS19,21
REED~meat dealer23
REEDALLAN29
REEDARTHUR30, 33
REEDCLARA33
REEDFLORENCE29,32 (2),34 (2)
REEDH.G.33
REEDHON. T.B.46
REEDHON. THOMAS49
REEDL. A.33(2) ,34
REEDMISS28
REEDMRS. ALLAN30
REEDMRS. L.A.30
REEDMRS. L.A.32,34
REEDR.R.37
REILLYKATIE39
REILLYPETER36,37,42
REYNOLDSHON. E.C.11,35
RICER.M.33
RICHARDSAGNES50
RICHARDSONCHARLES3
RICHARDSONLORIN23
RICHARDSONLORING21
RICHARDSONMRS.23
RIDLONDR.34
RIELLYKATIE43
RIGBY• »40
RIGGSARTHUR49
RIGGSARTIE36
RIGGSFRANK13, 49
RIGGSHENRY47
RILEYKATE38
RILEYPETER24,41 (2)
RINESS .M.19
ROBERTSMASTER16
ROBERTSA. C.40 (3) ,43
ROBERTSALBERT C.38
ROBERTSALVIN26,27,36
ROBERTSBLANCHE3,24,27,37,39
ROBERTSEMILY44
ROBERTSEVELYN42,43
ROBERTSGEORGE44
ROBERTSLAURA3, 32(2)
ROBERTSMISS32 (2)
ROBERTSMR.40
ROBERTSMRS.40
ROBERTSMRS. A.C.27
ROBERTSMRS. CYRUS6
ROBERTSMRS. G.G.4
ROBERTSMRS. GEORGE44
ROBERTSMRS. L.H.4
ROBERTSNELLIE39
ROBERTSRUTH42
ROBERTSW.H.27
ROBERTSWILLIAM6(2)
ROBICHAUDJAMES7
ROBICHAUDJENNIE44
ROBINSONCHARLES4,10(2),14,21,22
ROBINSOND.W.28 (3)
ROBINSONGEORGE22 (2)
ROBINSONGEORGIE10
ROBINSONLILLIAN22
ROBINSONMRS .39, 42
ROBINSONMRS. C.L.23
ROBINSONMRS. CHARLES11
ROBINSONMRS. L.5
ROBINSONSUSIE41
ROBINSONWALTER23 (4)
ROBINSONWILLIAM14,23 (2)
ROGERSDR.14
ROGERSJ.K.P.6
ROGERSMR.50
ROGERSMRS .22
ROOTANNA24,25 (2)
ROSBOROUGHANNIE M.34 (2)
ROSENBERGWILLIAM29,30 (2) ,31 (2
ROWEAL31
ROYALMRS. FRED35
RUSSELLMISS8
RYERSONJ.B.F.49
RYERSONJ.F.50
RYERSONJ.Q.49
RYERSONJ.V.46
RYERSONJ.V.F.47,48
RYERSONMAE47,49
RYERSONMAY47,49
RYERSONMRS. J.V.49, 50
SANBORNB. FRANK8
SANBORNBENJAMIN F.21
SANBORNJAMES21
SANBORNLOUISE30, 32
SANBORNMR.22,34
SANBORNMRS.31
SANBORNMRS. ORRIS E6
SANBORNORMAN29
SANBORNW.R.21
SANDERSONM.46
SANDSMR. & MRS.17
SANFORDDR.35 (2)
SARGENTFRANK44
SARGENTSARAH44
SARGENTMRS.24,27
SAVAGEHELEN MABEL22
SAVAGEMR.22
SAVAGEMR. & MRS.23
SAVAGEWILLIAM37
SAWYERDR.15,23 (2) ,36,38
SAWYERFRANK37
SAWYERGRACE24
SAWYERJ.W.35, 36, 37
SAWYERJOSEPH23 (2),35,37
SAWYERMRS. J.W.4, 5
SAWYERN. I.4
SAWYERMR. & MRS.26
SCAMMANFRANK4
SCAMMANGEORGE S.10
SEARSZANA49
SEAVEYBERTHA8
SEAVEYDANIEL P.14
SEAVEYE.8
SEAVEYEBEN8 (2),9,13,19
SEAVEYETHEL46
SEAVEYFANNIE45
SEAVEYFRANK13, 14
SEAVEYGEORGE8,44,45
SEAVEYJENNIE13
SEAVEYJOHN10,13,18
SEAVEYLIZZIE13
SEAVEYMARCIA7 (2)
SEAVEYMARIA8
SEAVEYMRS. B. FRAN19
SEAVEYMRS. EBEN12, 13
SEAVEYROSE45
SEAVEYSEAVEY8
SEAVEYWALTER8
SEAVEYZ.L.20
SEAVEYZENAS13
SEAVEYGEORGE8
SEWALLDR. & MRS.46
SEWALLMILDRED48
SHACKFORDJESSIE M.8,35
SHACKFORDMISS9
SHAWD.B.41, 43
SHAWGEORGE C.31
SHAWMR.12
SHAWMRS. D.B.42, 44
SHAWMRS. P.B.43
SHAWVALORUS17
SHEEANELIZABETH49
SHERMANETTA28,30,31 (2) ,32 (2)
SHERMANGEORGIA30 (3),31,32,33 (2)
SHERMANHARRY28,29 (2) ,30 (2) ,31 (2) ,32,33 (3
SHERMANJOE30, 34
SHERMANLENA29,32,33, 34
SHERMANMASTER JOE31
'HERMANMILDRED28,29,32,33,34
SHERMANMRS .32
SHERMANMRS. WILL30,31,32,33
SHERMANO.E.31,32,34
SHERMANORA29
SHERMANORRA31,32,33
SHERMANW.G.29,34 (2)
SHERMANWILL32 (2)
SHOPPEEMRS.35, 38
SHOREYBESSIE35
SKILLINHENRY25
SKILLINJULIA24,25
SKILLINL.P.25
SKILLINLEONARD P.26
SKILLINMABEL30 (2) , 31
SKILLINRUBY24,25
SKILLINSARAH24,25
SKILLINWILLIAM W.24
SKILLINGSALPHEUS13,14,21
SKILLINGSBERT45,47 (2) ,49
SKILLINGSCLARENCE8,26
SKILLINGSEDWARD17,21,47,49
SKILLINGSELSIE48
SKILLINGSETHEL8
SKILLINGSEVERETT8, 43
SKILLINGSF.A.5(3)
SKILLINGSFRED18
SKILLINGSHASWELL M.14 (2)
SKILLINGSMRS.32
SKILLINGSMRS. BERT45
SKILLINGSMRS. ED45
SKILLINGSOLIVE3,
SKILLINSW.W.26
SKINNERJOSEPH7
SMALLE.S.23
SMALLHARRY8,
SMALLHENRY S.20
SMALLJAMES16
SMALLKATE M.23
SMALLMRS. JAMES26
SMALLWALTER35
SMITH■ * *7
SMITHARTHUR22
SMITHCHARLES27
SMITHMISS15
SMITHREBECCA7 (
SMITHREV. ARTHUR15
SMITHVIRGIL39
SMITHWALTER25
SNOWANNA46
SNOWCARRIE7 (
SNOWCARRIE F.7
SNOWCARRIE FREDO49
SNOWCARRIE W.3
SNOWE. A.8
SNOWEARL44
SNOWELIZA8
SNOWEMMA7
SNOWFREEMAN19
SNOWGEORGE8
SNOWH.B.8
SNOWH.F.8
SNOWHARRIS B.7
SNOWHARRY50
SNOWHAZEL8,
SNOWI. WARREN7
SNOWI .W.8
SNOWIRA W.7
SNOWJ.R.8
SNOWJOHN45
SNOWJOHN A.8
SNOWJOHN H.7
SNOWJOSIAH48
SNOWLAURA7 (
SNOWLAWYER8
SNOWLOTTIE44
SNOWMRS. ALBERT49
SNOWMRS. ANNAH8
SNOWMRS. E.L.8
SNOWMRS. H.F.8
SNOWMRS. JOHN47
SNOWMRS. JOSIAH7,
SNOWN.R.8
SNOWNELLIE45
SNOWNELLIE C.35
SNOWOLLOE45
SNOWR.L.45
SNOWREUBEN48, 49
SNOWROY45
SNOWS.A.8
SNOWSADIE F.5
SNOWT.8
SNOWW.E.45
SNOWWESLEY44,46,48,49
SNOWWILBUR47,50
SOMERSM.E.26
SOMERSMAY26
SOMERSMISS42
SOMERSMRS.41 (3)
SOMERSMRS. R.F.25,26
SOMERSMRS. ROBERT26
SOMERSPERCY26,27
SOMERSROBERT24
SORRENSONN.P.27
SOULECOL. ARTHUR11(2) ,35
SOUTHLIZZIE28,29 (3) ,30 (4)
SOUTHLOTTIE28
SOUTHMRS. WILL32
SOUTHWILL31
SOUTHWORTHMR.21
SPARROWW.C.43
SPEARD.D.41,42
SPEARDAVID38,39
SPEARMRS. J.C.42
SPILLERW.B.35
STANFORDGEORGE22 (2)
STANORTHFRANK31
STANOTHFRANK A.4
STANWOODROBERT R.4
STAPLESE.W.35
STAPLESFRANK10,35(2),41 (2),42
STAPLESG.L.20
STAPLESM.E.19
STAPLESMRS .22
STEARNS4
STETSONW.W.24
STEVENS4
STEVENSLAWYER49
STEVENSMR.46
STEVENSS .A.44
STEWARTWALTER13
STOCKMANMRS. W.H.4
STOCKMANWILLIAM38
STONEMR.28
STOREYFRANK29
STOREYJ. FRANK10 (2)
STOREYJ.F.18, 41
STOWKENT15
TROUT3
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Beech Ridge School Update (Sept 2021)

By Karlene Osborne

Beech Ridge Schoolhouse
August 2021.

Restoration of the 1800s schoolhouse at 184 Holmes Road continues. Since the donation of the building to Scarborough Historical Society in the fall of 2018, the Society has been busy stabilizing the structure. Of an estimated budget of $250,000 for the restoration, $95,000 has been raised to date. These funds enabled us to put in a new foundation, restore rotted sills, enclose the exposed backside of the building, install temporary electrical service, etc. To secure the building for the coming winter, plastic sheets have been placed over the broken windows. Ten replacement windows have been purchased and delivered and three were installed in the back walls this past spring. We hope volunteers will help with the staining and painting.

The next phase, estimated to cost $25,600, will begin when additional funds are received. This phase will include reframing and repair of interior walls, installation of windows and doors, demolition of exterior siding, and installation of a weather-resistant barrier and exterior clapboards.

Interior – Beech Ridge School
August 2021

Please consider a donation by sending a check to Scarborough Historical Society, PO Box156, Scarborough, ME, 04070-0156. The Society’s Beech Ridge Schoolhouse Project GoFundMe page is https://www.gofundme.com/f/SHS-Restore-Beech-Ridge-School. Your gift is tax-deductible, as we are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Thank you for helping to save a part of Scarborough history.

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The Villages of Scarborough

By Becky Delaware

North Scarborough

Continuing our series about the villages of Scarborough. . .

O. E. Sherman & Son
Photo: SHS Archives

The Village of North Scarborough is often more closely associated with Gorham or Westbrook. For a long time, residents in this area had a Gorham telephone prefix and a Westbrook mailing address. It’s been noted that many residents of this area have felt alienated from Scarborough, as they usually were the last to get any public services and even had to argue intensely to receive them. As true of most villages, North Scarborough had a church, a store (Sherman’s), a school (District #13), a fire station, and a post office (located in Sherman’s store), as well as the Grange. The closest banks were in Gorham and Westbrook!

Coal Kiln School – SHS Archives

I am told the stagecoach ran through this village and there was at least one stagecoach stopover. There’s a cemetery, now in South Gorham but originally in North Scarborough, in which many Scarborough people are interred. It’s rumored there might also be an unmarked African American burial ground. Other businesses included a blacksmith, first Charles McLellan, then Bert Libby and finally Arthur Roberts; gas station, the first run by a McKenny (Herb?) on Route 114 and later Leon Vaill on Route 22; The Pines, known for its oyster dinners and dancing afterward, run by the Libby/ Larrabee women; a lumber mill, Herb McKenney; a shingle mill, Carl Temm; and a building-mover, Merry & Sons. Very early there was a soap manufacturer. A “World’s Fair” was held until the late 1940s (as far as I can find). Schools were closed so all could attend the fair. The fair had activities typical of today’s fairs: horse-pulling, livestock competitions, etc.

From the 1871
Atlas of Cumberland County, Maine

North Scarborough also was commonly called “Kokill,” Maine-speak for Coal Kiln Corners. There were at least three coal kilns located here. The kilns looked like overgrown beaver houses and were eight- to twelve feet high. The kilns were used to burn alders into pea coal that could be burned in residence stoves. I have read that most of this coal was shipped to Portland for use in apartments.

The boundaries are vague. Roughly, the North Scarborough boundary ran to the Westbrook lines on both Saco Street and Route 22. How far up Route 22 is open to discussion, but probably as far as Crystal Springs Trailer Park. Again, it could be further up or nearer to the corner? The boundary extended down Beech Ridge Road until the border of the Beech Ridge area, again at least to the foot of the steep hill, Lord’s Hill, but maybe a bit further? If you lived there, you knew the boundaries!

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From the Ephemera

By Linda Snow McLoon

Pine Point School District #8

Last Pine Point district school, built in 1940
Rodney Laughton Collection

When the Boston & Maine Railroad added its new route from North Berwick to Portland in 1872, its plan was for the tracks to cross the Pine Point marshes and the Scarborough River en route. But before the project could go forward, a deal had to be struck with the town. In consideration for allowing the railroad to build a long bridge across the mouth of the Scarborough River without a draw- bridge, the B&M Railroad paid the town a portion of the cost to construct a roadway from Blue Point to Pine Point and one to connect Dunstan Landing to the depot at Blue Point. For the first time, there would be a roadway from Dun- stan directly to Pine Point.

Before these roadways were built, Pine Point was accessible only by water and was a mostly uninhabited part of town. The new transportation options, along with a roadway to Old Orchard Beach that was subsequently built, provided direct access to Pine Point and a number of families moved there to take advantage of great fishing and clamming opportunities.

A decade later, Pine Point had become an important village in the town, making it necessary to form a new school district. In 1883 Pine Point became School District #8 and building a school there was the next order of business.

Notice of District #8 establishment.

After the proposal to build a school was approved at the September 1883 meeting, an application to borrow the needed funds was made to the Portland Savings Bank. A document spells out the agreement between the bank and “the inhabitants of School District #8” to fund the new schoolhouse for the Pine Point children. A $900 loan plus 5% interest was to be repaid in five annual payments of $185, and as was the custom with the
building of earlier district schools, the debt burden would be carried by the residents of that school district only. Aaron A. Morrill, the chosen agent for the school, signed the loan agreement.

1884 Loan Document

Over 20 years later in1905, at the dedication of the White School, Scarborough’s first high school building, Hon. Augustus Moulton commented on the district school system of Scarborough:

Time brings its changes. School districts have been abolished with general approval and for the most part with good results. Taking all in all, the change is for the best, but the old system also had its advantages. With all its faults, there was much about it that helped to develop independence and strength of character. One of the principal objections to the system was that the appropriations to a school district were based on the number of scholars, so that a district with few pupils had short terms and poorly paid teachers. Petty quarrels and disagreements also often crept in, to the injury of the schools. It was wholly on account of feelings aroused by the location of a schoolhouse that a large tract in one of the best parts of the town seceded and became a part of Gorham.

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