Monthly Archives: October 2022

The Villages of Scarborough

By Becky Delaware Oak Hill, Part IV In the early 1900s, all the land from the corner of Black Point Road and Route One (current location of Amato’s) to the Bessey School apartments and extending back to the Old Eastern … Continue reading

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Town Annual Reports

By Becky Delaware If you enjoy local history, town annual reports are a great source of information. The earliest Scarborough reports date from the 1850s. Those from the 1880s on are the most common; however, the earlier the report, the … Continue reading

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12th Maine Regiment (Civil War)

A transcript of the first page of a 1908 flyer for the Twelfth Maine Regimental Association. It mentions how to get to Dunstan via the electrics. There is also a link to a digital copy of the document that includes … Continue reading

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Updates September 2022

During September, the following items were added to the website: Foss Folder Foss – Birth Returns – Circa 1798. Jocelyn/Josselyn Folder Not Dated 89-9305 – “Men of Scarborough” – Text – PDF 89-9306 – “Henry Jocelyn” – Text – PDF 89-9307 … Continue reading

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