Black Point (and Prouts Neck)
From the 1844 copy of a plan made by John Godsoe, Surveyor, for the use of ye Supreme Court in ye case of Prout and Trickey – June AD 1741.
The map shows houses, roads, and rivers south of a line between the Nonesuch River and the Spurwink River from about a mile north of the Black Point Road and Spurwink Road split.
Thanks to the Prouts Neck Historical Society
Download map from Digital Maine.
Scarborough Maine – Past & Present – Map at Digital Maine.
This map shows the approximate locations of some of the homes of early inhabitants of Scarborough are shown superimposed over a present-day roadmap. Two maps entitled “Black Point in the Province of Maine” and “Blue Point and Dunstan” from the History of Scarborough from 1633 to 1783 by William S. Southgate were used as a basis for plotting the locations of these home:
Homesteads identified include: Alger, Arthur; Alger, Andrew; Alger, John; Boaden, Ambrose; Collins, C.; Fogg, Lt. D.; Foxwell, R.; Harmon’s Landing; Jocelyn, A.; Jocelyn, H.; Libby, John; Moore’s Brook; Moulton, John; Roberts, Giles; Sheldon, Godfrey; Small, Dea.; & Winnock, John.