Collections of the Maine Historical Society. [1st Ser. Volume 10

Collections of the Maine Historical Society. [1st Ser. Volume 10

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1891 edition. Excerpt: ...419; 6.52; 8.287; his hand-writ-ing, 5.419n; engaged in the Perrin case, 6. 49-50; practised in Au-gusta, 6. 52; major-general of the militia, 6. 52; his likeness in Trumbull's picture, 8. 287; men-tioned, 2. 218; 6. 164; 8. 160. William 3d, son of Arthur, 5. 422; his daughter married Tolman Willey, 5. 422., married Tolman Willey, 5.422. Little Androscoggin river, 2. 113, 130, 157, 160; 3. 322; 4. 303, 304, 350. Cambridge, 6. 89; 7. 382. Chebeag, owned by the Waldos, 1. 147; granted to Silvanus Davis, 1. 147. Compton, 1. 154n, 157, 260n; 2.145; 4. 269, 270; 6. 56n. the Rev. Daniel, married Sarah Coffin, 3. 241; preached at Wells, 4. 242, 243; commissioner, 7. 11; letter to Major Treat, 7. 11-12; speech to the Indians, 7. 16, 17 18; mentioned, 2. 141, 142; 4.244, 255, 256, 261, 273, 293, 294, 299; 7. 8, 10, 11, 13, 15, 18, 220. the Rev. David, pastor at Kenne bunk, 1. 349; had a colleague, 1. 349-350.i Eliza, married David Coffin, 4. 249n. Falls, 4. 330. Harbor, 5. 203; 9. 306n. Josiah, 2.128; 3. 334. Mosiers, 1. 76. Ossipee river, 1. 333, 334; 4.276, 277. Otis, his state of trade in the northern colonies cited, 8. 135n. river, 2. 84, 140, 148. river falls, 5. 335. Dr. Timothy, 2. 153. Valentine, teacher at Brighton, 8. 173. William, signed the treaty of 1717, 6. 261; autograph of, 6. 261. Capt., 7. 237. York, 9. 188. Littleboro, 4. 305, 336. Littlecote, 2. 25a. Littlefield, Anthony, had a sawmill at Wells, 1. 268; settled at Wells, 1. 362. Edmund, to settle the dispute about a boundary line, 1. 361; early settler of Wells, 1. 362. Francis, came from England, 1.345; settled at Wells, 1. 345, 362; supposed to be dead and his brother named Francis, 1. 345; his descendants numerous, 1. 345. Francis 2d, came from England, 1. 345; met his brother of...show more

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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236526856
  • 9781236526854