Monthly Archives: June 2022

MUSEUM OPEN – Masks Optional

MUSEUM OPEN – Masks Optional The current COVID Community Risk Level is LOW for both Cumberland and York Counties. 

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Naming the Two Rod Road

FROM THE EPHEMERA….          By Linda Snow McLoon There are a number of ways various roadways in Scarborough got their names. In early times, roads were often named after a family who lived on the road – the Fogg Road, … Continue reading

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70.14.17j1 – Letter – re The Meeting House 2nd Parish

Tilton Letter 70.14.17j1 – Re: The Meeting House 2nd Parish (20 pages). Also available: The Original Typewritten Transcript The Original Handwritten Letter Text The Meeting House 2nd Parish in Scarboro, was a large building . I know not it’s dimensions … Continue reading

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89.9.1979 – Letter from N. & M. Tilton to their children – 19 July 1846

Besides Tilton, the following surnames are mentioned: Burnham, Storer, Hatch, Finney, Perkam, Strickland, Smith, Wiggin, & Chase.  There is an interesting story about Sidney Burnham, with an ax, being arrested. This OCR text version has not been reviewed or edited … Continue reading

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Updates May 2022

I created a new page:  Cemetery Information and added a map of Dunstan Cemetery – Map and a map of Scarborough Memorial Cemetery – Map Library – Middle Room Collections I added – 81.53 – Otho Baker Collection includes ephemera … Continue reading

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