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water, sawing boards at the halves. He moved to Glouces-
ter, Mass., and thence to York, Me., where he died in 1716.
His wife's name was Deborah. They had ten children at
least, of whom Waitstill, also called Waitt, was born in Glouces-
ter, Mass., in 1698. He settled in Harpswell in 1738. His
son, Daniel Webber was born in York, 27 Dec. 1736. He
was a miarine in the French and Indian War of 1755 and
was at the capture of Quebec. His second wnfe w^as Mrs.
Anna (Bibber) Woodworth, dau. of James Bibber, who
came to America from the Isle of Jersey in 1725. They had six
children, of whom Waitstill (see p. 126) was the oldest, born in
Harpswell 17 Sept. 1779. He m. (i) 22 April 1801 Miriam,
dau. of James Booker of Harpswell, b. 26 Mch. 1783, d. 11 April
1825 ; m. (2) 30 Nov. 1826 Peace, dau. of John Collins of Dur-
ham. 6 ch. by first marriage ; 3 by second.

Mary b. i Jan. 1802; m. 3 July 1831 Enoch Stover of Harpswell; d.
3 June 1878.

Margaret b. 13 Feb. 1804; m. Isaac N. Davis; d. 12 June 1849. 4

Louisa b. 26 Dec. 1807; d. 3 Sept. 1808.

Catherine b. 17 Aug. 1814; d. 29 Sept. 1848. Unm.


Eliza Ann b. 17 Aug. 1814; m. 25 Dec. 1834 John Johnson; d. Mch.
1870. II ch.

Daughter b. 9 Sept. 1821; d. 12 Sept. 1821.

Lydia M. b. 18 Jan. 1828; m. 1854 Samuel D. Thompson of Lisbon.
Lives with dau. Eldora at Lisbon. A dau. Belle m. Frank Plummer of
Topsham and died in 1893, leaving two children.

James W. b. 17 Sept. 1830; m. 1855 Jane G. Loring of No. Yarmouth.
She died in 1892; m. (2) Mrs. Bessie Lee Haywood of Lee, Mass. Res.
Lynn, Mass. No ch.

Charles W. b. i Jan. 1835; m. 15 Aug. 1861 Miriam C. Hoag of
Sandwich, N. H. Their children, besides three daughters who died
young, are Daniel W. b. 14 Jan. 1863; m. Nov. 1888 Minnie Williams of
Skowhegan. They have one son, Walter W. b. 4 Dec. 1897. Res.
Lewiston. Mary W. b. 26 Feb. 1873; m. 25 Feb. 1895 Herbert W. Jones
of Freeport, and has a son, Harvey H. Jones b. 26 Aug. 1898. Edwin
W. b. 10 Aug. 1878. Charles W. Webber lives on the old homestead in

James Webster was admitted to citizenship in Cape Elizabeth
17 Aug. 1727. He probably came from Gloucester, Mass. Died
about 1765. His wife's name was Isabel. They had children:
John b. 5 Sept. 1726; Mary m. George McLellan ; James m. 22
vSept. 1756 Patience Webber and moved to Gray; Thomas; and
William, who married 24 Dec. 1769, Mrs. Jane (Little) Yeaton,
and moved to Gray, where he was Capt. of Militia and on the
first Board of Selectmen of that town. He died 19 Dec. 1808,
aged 68 years. His sons were Simon, Joseph and John who all
lived in Gray, and William. The last was born in Cape Eliz-
abeth 30 April 1774. He married Hannah, dau. of John and
Elizabeth (Dunning) Stackpole and was the original settler of
lot 89. He was Captain of Militia in the War of 1812. Farmer
and maker of plows, ox-yokes and farming utensils.

Jane b. 5 Sept. 1796; m. 14 July 1813 Moses Rowe of Danville; d.
1827 at Bangor. They had ch. William; Henry; Jane, who m. Benj.
Hoyt; Sarah, who m. Mr. Sanderson, and Aurelia, who m. Rufus

Betsey b. 11 Oct. 1797; m. 23 Feb. 1826 Wm. Miller; d. in Bristol,
Conn., Aug. 1872.

William Jr. b. 8 Dec. 1798; m. Mary Grant of Gray; d. s. p. 2 April
1879. His wife died 2 Oct. 1889.

Andrew b. 13 Aug. 1800; d. 17 July 1801.

John S. b. 25 Oct. 1801; m. 25 Dec. 1827 Eleanor Jordan; d. at Web-
ster 4 Oct. 1849. Ch. Elbridge, Rhoda, and Jane.

Simon b. 29 June 1803; d. 1827 at Bangor. Unm.




Joseph b. 26 March 1806; m. (i) 28 May 1834 Lucinda Williams; (2)
Mrs. Harriet (Hale) Webster, widow of his brother Samuel. He spent
most of his life on the old homestead, now occupied by Wm. Stackpole.
He doubly inherited social traits, and is remembered as an honest, in-
dustrious and successful farmer. He died in Lewiston 24 Aug. 1877. A
daughter, Elizabeth J., married Milton C. Wedgwood, M. D., who
now resides in Lewiston, but began his practice as a physician in
Durham in the sixties. Another daughter, Mary E., married Ira A.
Shurtlef?. Many will recall him as a teacher of the High School at S.
W. Bend about 1865. At his death in 1872 he was Supt. of Schools in
Englewood, 111. Their only son, Arthur Webster ShurtlefT, a young
physician of great promise, died suddenly 23 Nov. i895_, aged 24 years.
Mrs. Shurtlefif resides in Lewiston.

Samuel S. b. 23 May 1809; m. Harriet Hale of Portland; d. in Port-
land 16 May 1868. Their only son, Charles Edwin, was born 9 Feb.
1841. Graduated at Bowdoin College in 1866; was a physician in Port-
land; d. 24 Dec. 1892. His son is a student in Bowdoin College.

James D. b. 24 Mch. 1812; d. 30 Dec. 1812.

Hannah S. b. 7 Jan. 1818; m. Dec. 1834 Sewall Cushing; d. in Lynn,
Mass., 20 Jan. 1889.


Benjamin, son of Benjamin and Dorcas Weeks, was born in
Cape Elizabeth 17 ]\Iarch 1771. He married in Scarboro 20
June 1790 Sally Libby. Lived a few years in Gorham and
moved to Durham 1808, settHng near the stone mill. He died
25 Nov. 1850. His wife died i Jtme 1858, aged 89 yrs. 11 mos.
15 dys. Their children were:

William b. 25 Oct. 1790; m. Sophia Knight. He was drowned.
One daughter, Sarah, married Nathaniel Parker.

Dorothy b. 25 Feb. 1793. Unm.

Lavinia b. 27 June 1797; m. John Nason.

Benjamin Jr. b. i Nov. 1799; m. 19 Feb. 1826 Charlotte M. Knight
of Westbrook; d. 3 July 1888. His wife died 19 Oct. 1869. Lived on
the homestead, a respected citizen. Ch. Susannah K. b. 12 May 1827; m.
Wm. B. Newell. Dr. Wm. Henry b. 25 May 1830; d. 5 Mch. 1851.
Nancy E. b. 25 May 1840; d. 25 April 1842. Marcia P. b. 22 Jan. 1847;
m. John Hasty.

Joseph m. (i) Esther Libby. She died 19 Aug. 1843, aged ^j; m. (2)
19 Feb. 1844 Maria Plummer; m. (3) 2 June 1853 Margaret M. Nichols;
d. 19 April 1879, aged 72 years. Wife Margaret d. 27 Oct. 1883, aged 72
yrs. Ch. Allan J. b. 28 July 1829; m. 25 Sept. 1854 Lois Drinkwater.
Three daughters, Harriet, Elsie and Josie. Maria m. Albion Libby.
Joseph Henry, drowned at age of 14 yrs.

Louisa m. Elisha Turner.

Howe b. 28 April 1812. See Biog. Sketch and portrait.


Joseph Weeman was the son of Valentine Weeman of Cape
Elizabeth. Tradition in Durham says that he was a native of
Holland. He married 10 April 1774, in Cape Elizabeth, Mary,
dait. of James and Mary (Flagg) Richards, who was born in
Newton, A^Iass., 13 Oct. 1755. She was a sister to the Catharine
Richards, who married Ebenezer Newell. Joseph Weeman set-
tled in Royalsborough on lot 102. before 1782.

Mary b. 18 June 1778; m. 27 Nov. 1806 Ebenezer Strout; d. 7 Aug.


Catharine b. 18 May 1789; m. 29 Sept. 1810 Thomas Herrick; d. 6
July 1859.

Joseph m. 30 Nov. 1815 Betsey Merrill; killed by the falling of the
bridge 8 Aug. 1829. He left four children.

Jesse b. 20 Aug. 1785. See below.

Betsey m. 9 April 1837 Symonds Baker, M. D.

Sally m. (i) Libby; (2) Jordan.

Jesse Weeman, born 20 Aug. 1785, married 19 July 181 1,
Tyla Pope, who was born in Stoughton, Mass., 4 June 1787. He
died 8 June 1855.

Mary R. b. 14 Sept. 1813; m. 11 Mch. 1840 Ira Hurd; d. 8 July 1874.

Harris b. 2 Sept. 1815; d. 19 April 1864.

Abby b. 9 Mch. 1817; d. 25 May 1817.

James P. b. 18 Mch. 1818; m. 11 Jan. 1843 Elizabeth True.

Harriet N. b. 18 Mch. 1820; m. 9 June 1838 T. S. Mitchell; d. 29
Sept. 1844.

Jesse b. 5 April 1822; in. 2 July 1861 Fannie Newell Hurd. Resi-
dence, West Mitchell, Iowa.

Abby S. b. 18 Nov. 1824; m. 28 Sept. 1852 Rev. John Vining Newell.

Luther W. b. 2 Nov. 1826; m. 2 June 1851 Elizabeth Bailey.

Joseph b. 2 Nov. 1829; m. 27 Sept. 1852 Elizabeth Newell.


The Westons were descended from John Weston, who came
from Buckinghamshire to Salem in 1644 at age of 13 and m.
Sarah Fitch in 1653.^

Stephen Weston was born 21 Feb. 1752. He married 28
Nov. 1776 Desire Turner of North Yarmouth who was born 22
Oct. 1758. He purchased his farm in Durham 10 Dec. 1776 and
built his house on '"Weston Flill," County Road. The house is

'See North's Hist, of Augusta, p. 952.



still standing. The first nine children were born in Durham ; the
last two at Crotch Island. He died in Freeport about 1820.

Betty b. 6 Sept. 1777; m. 26 March 1797 John Stackpole, Jr.

Molly b. 5 Feb. 1779; m. 20 April 1797 Benjamin Osgood.

Stephen Jr. b. 3 Dec. 1780; d. 22 March 1784.

Nathan b. 5 Feb. 1783.

Stephen 2d b. 22 July 1785; m. 10 Nov. 1814 Abigail Lambert.
Moved in 1831 to Litchfield. Died there 26 Nov. 1854. Has son Solo-
mon, who m. 26 Oct. 1851 Ann Rowe.

Reuben b. 9 May 1788; m. Comfort . She died, a widow, 6

July 1843, aged 54 yrs. A son, Greenfield, lived for some time in Dur-

Sally b. 29 Sept. 1790.

John b. 17 April 1793; m. 5 Sept. 1819 Thirza Strout. See below.

Nabby b. 17 Aug. 1795.

Solomon b. 7 March 1798.

James b. 23 Oct. 1803.

John and Thirza (Strout) Weston died, leaving three young
daughters who were brought tip by Jonathan Strout, viz.

Thirza m. James Curtis. Harriet m. Woodman Gerrish. Caro-
line m. (i) John Macomber, (2) Geo. L. Kingsley, (3) Mr. Gehrig.


John Wilbur is said to have come from Conn, to Scarbor-
ough. He married, 28 Mch. 1761 Elizabeth Larrabee. Nathan-
iel Wilbur, probably his son, married, 12 Jan. 1800, Eunice
Libby, and settled on lot 133. He died 5 June 1848, aged y2
yrs. His wife died 24 Sept. 1843, aged 67 yrs. Their children
were Hanson, Addison, Samuel, Eben, Ethan, Nathaniel, Jr.,
Orin, David (m. 8 x\pril 1819 Charlotte Kelley?) Jane, (m. 19
Aug. 1832 Joseph S. Tarbox) and Huldah.

Hanson Wilbur, married, 24 Nov. 1825, Abigail Thoits and
settled on the homestead. He died 9 Dec. 1886, aged 86 yrs.
His wife died 27 March t88i, aged 83 yrs. Their children were
Joseph, William, Nathaniel, Eben, John and Eunice. Joseph
married Wealthy Jones and settled on the homestead, having
children Villa, Frank and Albert.

John Wilbur, brother of Nathaniel, Senior, married, 14 Oct.
1784, Mary Jones in Scarborough. They had tw^elve children,
none of whom remained long in Durham.



Thomas Williams came from England, Feb. i8, 1717, "when
gooseberries were in blow," and reached Boston, April 17, 1717,
'"when the snow was very deep." He was employed in teaching
Latin in Boston, and subsequently removed to the part of
Georgetown that is now Bath. It is said that he was a physi-
cian, and that he often expressed his regrets at having ever left

The above is cited from Wheeler's History of Brunswick,
p. 757. "Thomas Williams lived at Winnegance in 1729, and
remaining there became the first permanent settler of Bath." So
says Reed's Hist, of Bath, p. 23. He seems to have had sons
Thomas, who married in 1746 Margaret Drummond; George,
who signed a petition for a new parish in Georgetown in 1753,
which parish was afterwards Bath ; and Samuel. Perhaps there
were others. A daughter married James Hunter of Topsham.
Thomas Williams was Lieut, of Georgetown Militia in 1757.

Samuel Williams married (Int. Rec. 14 Sept. 1754) Mercy,
dau. of Anthony Coombs who lived on lot 28 in Brunswick.
This was probably the Anthony Coombs who married in 1722
Mercy Hodgkins in Gloucester, Mass. He migrated to Fal-
mouth and thence to New Meadows, Brunswick in 1739. Sam-
uel Williams bought, in 1761, parts of lots 20 and 7 on Sebascod-
igan or Great Island, Harpswell. He was living at " Duck
Cove" in 1799. It seems that he died soon after. He had chil-
dren, Samuel, Jr., who lived on the Island ; Benjamin, Daniel
and Peter, who all moved to Thomaston ; and George, who
settled in Durham. There were also several daughters. Mercy
Williams, wife of Samuel, Senr., died in Thomaston Sept. 1824,
aged 94 yrs.

Samuel Williams was a private in Capt. James Curtis' Co.;
enlisting 10 June 1775 and serving two months and four days.
He reenlisted 9 Aug. 1775 and served five months and five days.
A Samuel Williams of Harpswell was Sergeant in Capt. Nathan-
iel Larrabee's Co., enlisting 9 July 1775 and serving six months
and seven days. These were probably father and son.

George Williams, born in Harpswell 3 Aug. 1777, married
Mabel, dau. of Noah Litchfield of South Lewiston. Noah Litch-
field was born in Scituate, Mass.. 24 Jan. 1753. He married 9
July 1778 Mabel Wade of Scituate, born 9 June 1758. He was














the first Town Clerk of Lewiston and died 17 Nov. 1827. His
wife died 12 July 1838. Mabel (Litchfield) Williams was born
in Scituate, Mass., 29 Feb. 1780 and died in Durham i Nov.
1853. George Williams lived for a few years in Durham, where
his first three children were born. He moved to Lewiston,
returned to Durhami about 1825 and settled on lot 86, where he
died 8 Feb. 1867. He was a carpenter and farmer. His children
were as follows :

Charles b. 17 Aug. 1801 ; m. 9 March 1826 Eleanor Randall; lived
in Lisbon.

Samuel b. 18 Dec. 1802; m. Dec. 1834 Eliza F. Thomas. Moved to
Ind. in 1836.

Mary Louisa b. 2 Sept. 1804; m. 7 Oct. 1828 John Fuller of Carmel
and Bangor.

Barnard b. 15 Feb. 1807; m. 16 Dec. 1841 Elizabeth A. Herrick.

Lucinda b. 26 Nov. 1808; d. 13 March 1810.

AuRELiA C. b. 15 Aug. 1810; m. 25 Feb. 1836 James Jack of Portland.

Lucinda b. 30 Mch. 1812; m. 22 May 1834 Joseph Webster; d. 28
Aug. 1866.

Sumner George b. 20 Dec. 1813; m. Ann Wood of Staten Island.
Moved to Ind. in 1836.

Elvira b. 13 Nov. 1815; m. 19 May 1838 Jesse Snow of Brunswick.

Mabel Jane b. 24 Nov. 1817; m. 4 March 1841 Nelson Strout.

Otis b. i Oct. 1819.

Minerva b. 14 July 1822; m. 29 May 1845 Jeremiah Dingley, Jr.; d.
4 Jan. 1862.

Vesta Ann b. 5 Nov. 1824; m. 29 May 1845 Harrison Strout.

Barnard W'illiams, named above, has spent his life as a farmer
on the homestead in Durham, and is still living at the age of 91
years. His wife was Elizabeth Augusta Herrick, granddaugh-
ter of the Rev. Jacob Herrick. (See Herrick Family.) He has
been a man of irreproachable character, and a good citizen. His
family is here given.

George Jacob b. ii Nov. 1842; nine years a sailor; killed by being
thrown from a carriage by a frightened horse, 27 Dec. 1870.

Oscar Scott b. 2 July 1844. Graduated at Bowdoin College in 1870;
was Supt. of Schools in Dedham, Mass., at the time of his death, 11
Oct. 1893. He m. 1871 Sylvia T. M., dau. of Ham Brooks of Lewiston,
and left several children.

Charles Edward b. 6 April 1848. Graduated at Farmington Normal
School and taught several years. Studied medicine at Bowdoin College
and two years in a New York Hospital. Has practiced at Auburn,
Maine, for some years. He married 3 March 1872 Emma J. Harlow of
Livermore Falls. They have two children, Ethel and Edward.


JosiAH Herrick b. 4 Aug. 1849. Graduated at Farmington Normal
School and while managing the homestead has successfully taught
schools. Is now Supt. of the Schools of Durham. He married 7 Dec.
1872 Edith T. Norton of Matinicus, Me., and has one son, Ralph.

Elizabeth Augusta b. i Dec. 1855; d. 18 April 1856.

Fred McLellan b. 16 Jan. 1857; m. 1883, Ida F. Scamman of Saco;
d. s. p. at Lynn, Mass., 19 Nov. 1897.

Two families of this name appear on the old Town Records.
James Wilson married 20 March 1788 Elizabeth McGray. Their
children were :

Mary b. 10 Dec. 1788; Lemuel b. 15 Oct. 1790; Sarah b. 20 Jan.
I793> m. Simeon Snow; Mercy b. 17 Mch. 1795; and Timothy Horn b.
4 Aug. 1797.

William Wilson married 8 Dec. 1796 Dorcas Parker. Their
children were :

James b. 10 May 1797; Mary Reed b. 12 Feb. 1800, m. in Camp-
bell Co., Ky., 24 Nov. 1816 Benjamin Jewett Ricker, d. 26 Dec. 1859;
William Jr. b. 30 Mch. 1802.


Ebenezer Woodbury was born in Salem, N. H., 20 Sept. 1760.
His father was lost at sea. After serving in the Revolutionary
Army Ebenezer came to Freeport and worked one season at
boiling salt. He married, 18 April 1780, Rebecca Pomroy, a
widow, and said to have been a sister to John Parker of Dur-
ham. She was born 28 Feb. 1255 and died in Durham in 1828.
By her first marriage she had a daughter, Sally Pomroy, born
29 Nov. 1773, who married, 4 Sept. 1794, John Blethen of Little

He settled in Royalsborough about 1782 on or near lot 75,
The farm was lately owned by Charles Trufant. Here he died
in 1835. 7 ch.

Edward b. 26 May 1781; m. 28 July 1803 Phila Stoddard; lived at
Lisbon Factory.

Rebecca b. 29 Dec. 1783; m. 2 June 1804 Jonathan True.

Esther b. 28 Jan. 1785; m. 24 Nov. 1805 George Gerrish, Jr.

Priscilla b. 23 June 1788; m. 30 Jan. 1812 Andrew Scott.

Elizabeth b. 16 Jan. 1790; m. Charles Gerrish.

James b. 10 June 1793; see p. 289.

Mary b. 9 Dec. 1795; m. 30 Nov. 1820 John Sydleman. She died 13
Jan. 1880.


James, son of Ebenezer Woodbury, married 20 Oct. 1814

Rebecca Sydleman. In March 1825 he moved to Dover, Me.,

on ox-sleds, leading two cows behind. There were eight chil-
dren, six of whom were born in Durham.

John S. b. 4 April 1815, farmer in Dover, Me.

Eben b. i^ May 1S17, settled in Houlton. Representative, Senator,
member of Governor's Council and Provost Marshal.

George S. b. 17 Nov. 1820, farmer in Dover, Me.

James b. 12 May 1822, lives in Bangor. Alderman and President of
City Council.

Charles H. b. 15 May 1823, trader in Dover, Me. Member of Leg-
i.slature in 1862. Postmaster 28 years. Town Treasurer 50 years.

Rebecca b. 10 Feb. 1825.

Mary E. b. 10 Aug. i8.?2.

Edm'ard E. b. 10 Jan. 1838.


Richard York was in Dover, N. H. (now Durham) in 1648.
He made his will in 1672 and mentioned wife Elizabeth and
several children, of whom Samuel, born 1645 niarried Hannah

and died 18 Mch. 1718. He purchased land in Topsham

in 1670 and lived there some years five miles below the falls. He
thence moved to Falmouth, and thence to Gloucester, Mass.
His son Benjamin, born 1680, married 7 Dec. 1704 Mary Gid-
dings. Their son Samuel, born 13 Oct. 171 5, married, 23 Dec.
1736, Joanna Skdlings in Falmouth and had children, Joanna
b. 12 Dec. 1737; Samuel of Durham; Sarah m. Daniel Har-
mon ; Joseph of Durham ; Susanna m. Vincent Roberts ; Deb-
orah m. George Copson Roberts of Cape Elizabeth.

Samuel York, Jr., and Hannah Hoyt were married in Cape
Elizabeth 26 Aug. 1766. He came to Royalsborough as early
as 1774. Joseph York was his brother. The Yorks lived at first
at "York's Corner," on the back road to Brunswick. Samuel
York, Senior, and wife lived to very old age in the family of
Daniel Harmon. He died about 1808, aged 90 yrs. His wife
died later at age of 98 yrs. Samuel, Jr., died in 1798. His fam-
ily consisted, as nearly as can be judged, of the following per-
sons :

Lettice b. in Royalsborough 10 Oct. 1775; m. 13 April 1797 Daniel
True; d. in Mendon, N. Y., 12 Sept. 1812.

Daniel m. 9 Nov. 1797 Hannah Johnson.

Hannah m. 23 Dec. 1804 Edmund Fogg of New Gloucester.




Submit m. 4 Dec. 1806 Thomas Roberts; d. about 1827.
Zebulon bap. 1784; m. 8 Feb. 1810 Zilpah Sylvester; moved to
Strong, Me., about 1814.

Elizabeth m. (Int. Rec. 15 Jan. 1815) Thoinas Williams of Bath.
Eliot ?

Joseph York and Abigail B'lint were married, as Durham
Records say in Oct. 1765, but the Rev. Samuel Deane of Port-
land, in his Journal, says that he attended their wedding 8 Aug.
1774, and this date is undoubtedly correct. She was born in
Falmouth 10 Mch. 1747 and died in Durham 17 June 1779.
Joseph York was born in Cape Elizabeth 10 Jan. 1749. The
Records of Cape Elizabeth say that he married (2) 4 Nov. 1779
Margaret Roberts. He was last taxed in Durham in 1794. His
children are recorded in Durham as follows :

Lydia b. 27 June 1775; Robert b. 10 Oct. 1777.

Joseph b. 9 July 1778; Nathaniel b. 17 and d. 21 Oct. 1780.

Abigail b. 9 and d. 30 May 1781; Hugh d. young.

Samuel b. 19 Oct. 1784. Mary b. 9 Nov. 1787.

Abigail b. 25 Mch. 1790.




10 Sept. 1789 Josiah Jones of Bowdoin and Eleanor Mitchell.

6 Dec. 1792 Henry McKenney and Mehitabel Vining.

20 Jan. 1793 Benjamin Avery of Gilmantown, N. H., and Sally Parker.

6 Nov. 1794 Jedediah Robinson and Polly Nichols.

18 Nov. 1795 Seth Mitchell, Jr. of North Yarmouth and Ruth Merrill.
9 Feb. 1796 James Jordan of Bowdoin and Abigail Dingley of Pejep-


12 Feb. 1796 Isaac Peaks of Brunswick and Thankful Coombs of

9 Mch. 1796 Solomon Dyer and Sarah Woodbury, both of Pejepscot.

24 Mch. 1796 Edward Oakes and Elizabeth Mitchell, both of North

26 May 1796 Joseph Larrabee and Abigail ^IcKenney, both of Little

20 Nov. 1796 William Dingley, Jr. of Pejepscot and Sally Atkins of

26 Jan. 1797 Thomas Row and Polly Gross, both of Pejepscot.

19 Mch. 1797 James Parker and Betty Vining.

6 Apr. 1797 Charles Moody and Mrs. Sally Blanchard.

26 Apr. 1797 James Aymes and Rebecca Crockett.

27 Nov. 1797 Abraham McKenney and Molly McKenney. .

20 Mch. 1798 John Larrabee and Mrs. Huldah Brown.
17 June 1798 Thomas Goss and Betsey Witham.

30 Oct. 1798 Timothy Dunton and Phebe Getchall.
6 Jan. 1799 John Orr and Lissa Bragdon.

10 Apr. 1799 James Winslow of New^ Gloucester and Mary Eaton.

25 Aug. 1799 Joshua Moody and Betty Moody, both of Pejepscot

21 Nov. 1799 Matthias Vickery and Sally Dingley.
19 Dec. 1799 James Douglas and Eliza Millbanks.
25 Dec. 1799 Moses Brown and Hannah Larrabee.
23 Feb. 1800 Clement Orr and Nancy Knight.

23 Mch. 1800 David Davis of Lewiston and Molly Pierce.

21 Aug. 1800 Jeremiah Smith and Dolly Jackson.

3 Dec. 1800 Elijah Galusha of Bowdoin and Anna Fisher.

22 Aug. 1802 Edmond Knight of Pittstown and Jane Eaton.


3 Oct. 1802 Phinehas Frost of Pejepscot and Nelly Witherell.

29 Nov. 1802 Ebenezer Guardner and Hannah Sawyer.
10 Jan. 1803 Samuel Merrill and Betsey Wilbour.

3 Feb. 1803 Walter Fogg and Dolly Mclntire.

3 Mch. 1803 Thomas Preble of Bowdoinham and Elizabeth Douglas
of Freeport.

30 Mch. 1804 William Goddard of Brunswick and Patience Clough.
27 May 1804 Thomas Heze (?) and Joanna Woodman, both of Free-

7 Oct. 1804 Thomas Henderson of Lisbon and Phebe Stoddard.
2"] Oct. 1805 Thomas Trafton of Lewiston and Sarah Crabtree.

2 Feb. 1806 Josiah Libby of Freeport and Lydia Davis.
16 Nov. 1806 Asa Gould of Brunswick and Hannah Orr.
30 Sept. 1807 William P. Allen and Peggy Randall.

14 Nov. 1807 Joseph B. Allen and Susannah Roberts.

9 Nov. 1809 Richard Hustin and Polly Douglas.

26 Jan. 1810 Rushworth Fickett and Hannah Dyer of Cape Elizabeth.

14 Oct. 1810 William Blake and Abigail Plummer.

29 Nov. 1810 Aaron McKenney and Phebe McKenney.

3 Jan. 181 1 Stephen McKenney and Eleanor Bragdon. .

6 Jan. 181 1 William Brumajoin of Monmouth and Mary Fisher.

7 Apr. 181 1 John Hinkley of Brunswick and Hannah Clough.
2 Feb. 1812 Isaac Cox of Brunswick and Desire Estes.

26 Aug. 1812 Peter Kelley and Maria Foss.

I Sept. 1812 John H. Leach and Sally Hill.

15 May 1813 Wm. Tuttle of Pownal and Deborah Sylvester.

29 Sept. 1813 Samuel Ward and Annie Bailey.

24 Jan. 1814 Shubael Hinkley and Betsey Spade.
12 Jan. 1815 James Dyer and Sarah Dunham.

22 Oct. 1815 Calvin Cowin of Lisbon and Taniar Dyer.

27 Dec. 1815 Nicholas Varney of Brunswick and Sarah Langdon.

15 Nov. 1815 Samuel Garcelon of Lewiston and Hannah Robinson.

25 Jan. 1816 Samuel Browning and Mary Burgess.

12 Mch. 1816 Joshua Bangs of Brunswick and Mary Creasy.

II Apr. 1816 Sylvanus Harrington and Lucy Douglas.

4 Dec. 1817 Levi Bragdon and Mary Sawyer.

I Jan. 1818 John Lunt and Phebe Goddard, both of Brunswick.
I Feb. 1818 John Francis of Lisbon and Miriam Cooper.

23 July 1818 Daniel Douglas and Sarah Bailey, both of Freeport.

20 Dec. 1818 John Sylvester of Freeport and Lydia Ward of Bruns-

12 Feb. 1819 Silas Kemp of Harpswell and Betsey Bishop.

30 Aug. 1819 Charles Dicker and Rhoda Francis.

26 Sept. 1819 Amasa D. Morlin and Hannah Hinkley.
Jan. 1820 Benjamin Burgess and Almira Sawyer.

8 Feb. 1820 Wm. Estes of Brunswick and Lydia Libby of PownaL
12 Nov. 1820 Levi Bragdon of Falmouth and Sally Pettengill.


20 Nov. 1820 Matthew Campbell of Bowdoin and Hannah Douglas
of Freeport.

21 Nov. 1820 Rufus Moses and Margaret Freeman.

1 Feb. 1821 Daniel Lunt of Brunswick and Esther Tuttie.

8 Mch. 1821 Sylvanus Harrington and Hannah Lord of Lisbon.
30 Apr. 1821 Jonathan Richardson and Elizabeth Wagg.

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