Monthly Archives: January 2021

Event – Joss & Moulton Dispute – 24 Jul 1830

Whereas a dispute has arisen between Nathaniel Joss of Scarborough and Ruben  S Moulton of Scarborough about their respective rights in and obligations to maintain a partition fence in the line between their several lands from the high way running … Continue reading

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Scarboro Annual Warrant – 1821

To Joshua Libby one of the Constables of the Town of Scarboro Greetings You are hereby required in the name of the State of Maine to summon and notify the freeholders and other inhabitants of the said town qualifyed by … Continue reading

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Road – Saco Line to James Parker’s – 1823

Pursuant to a request of the freeholders of the town of Scarborough to us directed to lay out a road from the County line between Scarborough & Saco near David Burnhams Bark Hous to the County road near James Parker. … Continue reading

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Election Warrant – 21 Oct 1820

To Joshua Libby one of the Constables of the town of Scarborough Greeting   You are hereby required in the name of the State of Maine to notify and warn the inhabitants of the said town of Scarborough duly qualified … Continue reading

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Auditor’s Report – 1865-1866

(Auditor Report) This certifies that I have examined the account of the Town Treasurer of 1865-6 (as entered and balanced in the Treasury Book on the 24th day of February last) and also the list of town-orders drawn and town-notes … Continue reading

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A High School Comes to Scarborough

By Linda Snow McLoon Introduction It’s common knowledge that going back to early times Scarborough had over a dozen one-room district schools that offered children a grammar school education. But because no one seems to know much about when Scarborough … Continue reading

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