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30 Sept. 1821 Jonathan Libby of Scarborough and Eveline Tyler of
Pownal.

20 Nov. 1821 Joseph Ward of Brunswick and Leah Sylvester of Free-
port.

28 Nov. 1821 James Brown and Mary Thoits, both of Pownal.
3 Dec. 1821 Benjamin Peterson of Lisbon and Hannah Merrill.

6 Dec. 1821 Thomas Coombs and Rhoda Douglas, both of Bruns-
wick.

^^o Dec. 1821 Eleazer McKenney and Martha Spaulding.

31 Dec. 1821 Stephen C. Dyer of Unity and Esther Spaulding.

14 Feb. 1822 Francis Merrill of Peru and Asenath Hayes of New
Gloucester.

10 Mch. 1822 James Bishop and Mary Estes.

29 Aug. 1822 Sewell Brown and Eleanor Libby, both of Pownal.

30 Oct. 1822 David Starboard and Nancy Malcomb.

5 Nov. 1822 Benjamin Weymouth and Mary Davis, both of Pownal.
10 Nov. 1822 Ebenezer Sylvester of Freeport and Eliza Tyler of
Pownal.

10 Nov. 1822 Jeremiah Cotton and Salome Sylvester.

21 Jan. 1823 John Duran and Martha Whitmore.

2.2, Jan. 1823 Samuel Matthew and Sarah Welch, both of Harpswell.

5 Mch. 1823 Ebenezer Frye and Lydia Austin.

3 Apr. 1823 Caleb Hawkes and Rachel Philbrook.

17 June 1823 Josiah Walker of Pownal and Joanna Brown.
24 Aug. 1823 Addison Metcalf of Lisbon and Elizabeth Varney of
Brunswick.

2 Nov. 1823 Holway Allen of Fairfield and Hannah Page.

6 Nov. 1823 John Jordan 3d of Raymond and Thirza Brown of
Pownal.

4 Dec. 1823 Daniel Dill and Polly Sawyer.

23 Dec. 1823 Nathaniel Curtis and Hannah Davis.
29 Jan. 1824 Joseph Frye of Bowdoin and Ann Bishop.
6 May 1824 Nathaniel Sweetser of North Yarmouth and Susan Allen
of Pownal.

11 May 1824 George Newbegin and Mary Gee.

31 Aug. 1824 David Allen of Pownal and Sophronia Watts of New
Gloucester.

23 Sept. 1824 John C. Hinkley and Lorania Orr.

6 Jan. 1825 Nathan Hanson and Sarah Austin.

27 Jan. 1825 Benjamin Sawyer of Pownal and Lydia Field of Freeport.

3 Mch. 1825 Cyrus Bufifam and Lydia Estes.



294 HISTORY OF DURHAM

14 Mch. 1825 David Rogers of Raymond and Susannah Harmon.

7 Apr. 1825 Holmes Winslow of New Gloucester and Abigail Duran.

5 May 1825 John Rogers and Lucy Jones.

25 Aug. 1825 Job Merrill and Asenath Stetson.

28 Sept. 1825 Josiah Jones and Mary Austin.

29 Sept. 1825 Elijah Cole and Elizabeth Jones.
29 Sept. 1825 Reuben Cole and Mary Jones.
24 Nov. 1825 Samuel Foss and Sally Sawyer.

1 Mch. 1826 John Brown and Betsey Winslow.

2 Mch. 1826 Amos Bailey of Topsham and Narcina Estes.

6 Apr. 1826 Harry Atkins and Thankful B. Foss.
II Oct. 1826 Benjamin Lemont and Mahala Brown.

28 Dec. 1826 David G. Nore of Hampden and Martha G. Nichols.
20 Feb. 1827 Amos Lambert of Parkman and Martha Kimball.

18 Apr. 1827 Jeremiah Sawyer of Pownal and Elizabeth M. Merrill
of Westbrook.

19 Apr. 1827 Levi Clough of Pownal and Priscilla Merrill of West-
brook.

20 May 1827 Nehemiah Allen, Jr. and Ann Tuttle, both of Pownal.
22 May 1827 Eli Wood and Mary Ann Dunn, both of Gorham.

18 June 1827 Joseph Hamlin and Phebe Libby, both of Gorham.
5 July 1827 Wm. Jones 2d of Lewiston and Data Sawyer.
13 Sept. 1827 Samuel Sawyer 3d and Rhoda Ann Nutting of Pownal.
4 Oct. 1827 W^esley Thompson and Betsey Tyler.

8 Nov. 1827 George W. Morse and Lydia Douglas, both of Bruns-
wick.

II Dec. 1827 Mark Allen of Pownal and Olive Marston of North
Yarmouth.

15 Mch. 1828 Daniel Weston of Cumberland and Nancy Randall of
Pownal.

21 Sept. 1828 John Moulton and Peace Jones.

21 Sept. 1828 Daniel Gould and Lydia W. Wyer.

9 Oct. 1828 Jeremiah Dain of Parkman and Louisa Talbot of Free-
port.

22 Mch. 1829 Zenas Weston of Cumberland and Sally N. Dresser of
Pownal.

23 Apr. 1829 Ammi M. Cotton of Freeport and Mary Lake of Pownal.
13 July 1829 Melzer F. Dillingham and Jane B. Reed, both of Dur-
ham.

22 Sept. 1829 David Bailey of Poland and Nancy Allen of Pownal.

1 Oct. 1829 True Tuttle and Mary Brown, both of Pownal.

24 Dec. 1829 Eliphalet W. Davis and Abigail Dresser, both of Pownal.
II Feb. 1830 David Estes and Mary Ann Grant, both of Pownal.

21 Apr. 1830 Thomas Wright, Jr. of Strong and Helena True of
Pownal.

2 May 1830 Jeremiah D. Estes of China and Sarah J. Kendall of
Durham.



APPENDIX 295

12 Oct. 1830 James S. Rice of Pownal and Eunice S. Johnson of
North Yarmouth.

21 Oct. 1830 Cyrus Royal and Elizabeth Todd, both of Pownai.
24 Oct. 1830 Reuben Grant and Dorothy Grose, both of Freeport.

22 Nov. 1830 John Fogg and Lucy Fogg, both of Freeport.

2 Dec. 1830 Samuel Durrell of Woodstock and Jemima Randall of
Pownal.

5 Jan. 1831 John Tyler of Pownal and Sarah H. Lord of Portland.

24 Mch. 1831 Jacob Turner and Rachel Coffin, both of Freeport.

17 Apr. 1831 John N. Stoddard of Lisbon and Alary Blethen of
Durham.

29 May 1831 George Allen and Sally Randall, both of Pownal.

23 June 1831 George W. Tobie and Sarah Demerit, both of Orono.

5 June 1831 David N. Frost and Elizabeth Newbegin, both of Pownal.

17 July 1831 John B. Sawyer and Hannah Sav/yer, both of Pownal.

18 Aug. 1831 Loring Gould and Mary Littlefield.

13 Oct. 1831 Christopher Dalie of Lincolnville and Lydia Ross of
Pownal.

22 Dec. 1831 Joseph Libby, Jr. and Maria Jones, both of Pownal.

30 Dec. 1831 Ephraim S. Hannaford of Lisbon and Dorcas Ayer.

19 Jan. 1832 William Randall of Pownal and Lydia Haskell.

13 May 1832 Joseph Hammond of N. Berwick and Mrs. Betsey
Thompson of Durham.

29 July 1832 Ira Mitchell and Mary Ann Soule, both of Freeport.

23 Sept. 1832 Gardner Dyer and Sarah Estes, both of Pownal.

25 Sept. 1832 Joseph Sawyer and Rachel B. Sawyer, both of Durham.

30 Sept. 1832 Charles Gowen of Brunswick and Jane Dyer.

20 Jan. 1833 Simon Getchell and Elmina Davis.

2 May 1833 Samuel Libby and Fatima Larrabee, both of Durham.

12 May 1833 James A. Merrill of Falmouth and Achsah Libby of
Durham.

13 June 1833 Hiram Mitchell of Lisbon and Hannah Fickett.
22 Sept. 1833 John Larrabee of Freedom and Mary Bragdon.

6 Apr. 1834 Hanson Bragdon and Ann Ayer, both of New Gloucester.
12 Oct. 1834 Wm. Bacon of Gorham and Jane W. Marston of N.

Yarmouth.

9 Nov. 1834 Samuel Libby of Litchfield and Sally Brown of Pownal.

7 June 1835 Wm. P. McKenney of Brunswick and Lucy Thurston of
Danville.

18 June 1835 Allen G. Sturdivant of Cumberland and Eliza Lang.

21 June 1835 Reuben Dyer of Strong and Sarah Stanford.

^2> July 1835 Elbridge G. Bailey and Betsey L. Warner of New
Gloucester.

7 Oct. 1835 Stephen M. Blackstone of Pownal and Susan Warner of
New Gloucester.

25 Oct. 1835 Nathaniel Mirch and Mercy Sawyer, both of Westbrook.

26 Nov. 1835 George B. Litchfield and Sarah Ann Field, both of Free-
port.



296 HISTORY OF DURHAM

10 Dec. 1835 Charles Knight of Freeport and Cincinnati Fogg oi
Bath.

10 Dec. 1835 Samuel F. Hemmenway and Martha Knight, both of
Freeport.

3 Jan. 1836 Jacob Larrabee, Jr. of Danville and Jane Larrabee of
Durham.

14 Jan. 1836 Hiram Jennings and Sally D. Mcintosh.

7 Jan. 1836 Sidney Bailey and Aurillia Benson, both of Durham.

I Feb. 1836 Thomas Murry, Jr. and Mary Fickett, both of Portland.

12 June 1836 A. Bisbee of Lisbon and Clarissa Gould of Durham.

7 July 1836 Daniel L. Weymouth of Topsliam and Eveline T. Her-
rick of Lisbon.

24 July 1836 Joseph Thrasher, Esq. of Durham and Thirza Tuttle of
Povi^nal.

13 Nov. 1836 Elias Knight and Olive Libby, both of Pownal.
ID Apr. 1837 Alfred Cox and Adaline Estes, both of Lisbon.

11 May 1837 Paul Douglas and Emily Sawyer, both of Durham.

30 Nov. 1837 John Higgins of Cape Elizabeth and Sarah Robinson
of Durham.

24 Dec. 1837 Abner Dennison and Eliza Sylvester, both of Durham.

20 Mch. 1838 Thomas Paine 2d and Susan Dresser, both of Pow^nal.

29 Apr. 1838 James A. Merrill of Falmouth and Eliza Libby.

24 June 1838 Edward T. Cushman of Portland and Mary B. Jones
of Pownal.

20 Sept. 1838 Artemas Moody of Standish and Abigail R. Hopkins
of Brunswick.

24 Sept. 1838 John R. Plummer of Pownal and Huldah Bragdon.

I Nov. 1838 Stephen M. Noyes of Falmouth and Thankful Marston
of N. Yarmouth.

6 Nov. 1838 Joseph Tuttle 2d and Elizabeth M. Davis, both of
Pownal.

II Nov. 1838 Joseph Hunnewell and Bethina Larrabee of Durham.
29 Nov. 1838 Seward Stoddard and Lois Knight, both of Freeport.

13 Dec. 1838 Aaron L. Rose and Catharine Staples, both of New
Gloucester.

24 Jan. 1839 Wm. A. Larrabee and Susan D. Sawyer of Pownal.

17 Feb. 1839 Michael Knight and Jane L. Brown, both of Pownal.

12 Mch. 1839 Joseph E. F. Gower of New Gloucester and Jane Soule
of Freeport.

15 Dec. 1839 Jesse Webber of Lisbon and Alice Hammon.



APPENDIX 297

ALL BIRTHS RECORDED IN DURHAM, NOT MENTIONED
IN FOREGOING GENEALOGIES, DOWN TO 1865.

Ch. of Hugh Marwick. He married Mary Atwood in old Falmouth
6 Aug. 1772. He returned to Falmouth, where the births of other chil-
dren are recorded.

Mary Worring 11 April 1778; Atwood 22 Jan. 1781.

Ch. of Samuel Smith.

Molly 17 Nov. 1775; Jonathan 6 Mch. 1779; Sarah 2 Jan. 1782.

Ch. of Jeremiah Smith.

Margaret 24 Nov. 1774; Percy (or Persis) 9 Feb. 1778; Betty 13 Feb.
1780, d. 15 Mch. 1781; Simeon 10 April 1776, d. 9 Sept. 1778; Jeremiah
28 Feb. 1782; Samuel 10 June 1800.

Ch. of Jeremiah Mitchell.

Samuel 3 Oct. 1786; Joseph 7 June 1789; Martha 30 April 1792.

Sally, dau. of Betsey Spades 15 April 1792.
Lydia, dau. of David Coffin 15 Oct. 1796.
Wm. Oliver, Jr. 14 Sept. 1799.
Nathan, son of Peggy Mcintosh 19 Jan. 1798.
Miriam, dau. of Joshua Dyer 17 Jan. 1800.

Ch. of Aaron Allen.

Abigail 25 Nov. 1797; Martha 21 Oct. 1799; Mary 21 Jan. 1802.

Ch. of Thomas and Sarah (Jones) Austin.

Thomas b. 25 Dec. 1804; Mindwell b. 14 Jan. 1809; William M. b.
April 1810; David b. 30 April 1812; Esther b. i May 1818.

Ch. of John and Mary Barstow.

Nancy Ann b. 26 Oct. 1820; Abigail b. 18 Feb. 1823; Elizabeth b. 5
May 1825; Mary Jane b. 18 Feb. 1832.

Ch. of William and Jane Johnson.

David b. 20 Sept. 1812; Wm. Rhodick b. 10 Dec. 1816.

Ch. of Jeremiah Moody.

Silvanus b. 29 June 1815; Lovina b. 28 Sept. 1817; Allen Peterson b.
24 Dec. 1818; Lois b. 12 May 1821 ; Humility b. 5 Dec. 1822; Hannah
Prior b. 10 Mch. 1823; Sophia b. 20 Oct. 1825.

Ch. of Paul and Nancy Douglas.

Almina b. 5 May 1825; Harriet Jane b. 3 Oct. 1831.

Geo. Washington, son of Simeon Bailey b. 5 Mch. 1827.
Sarah J., dau. of Henry and Rhoda Moore b. 6 Feb. 18-28.
Charles, son of Wm. Porterfield b. 30 Aug. 1820.



298 HISTORY OF DURHAM

Ch. of Zebulon and Betsey Tyler.
Geo. Ferguson b. 3 Sept. 1822; d. 19 April 1824.
Zebulon, Jr. b. 6 Mch. 1824; d. 12 July 1824.
Wesley Thompson d. 4 April 1828.

Mary, dau. of Jeremiah Brown i June 1801.

Ch. of Wm. Phillips, who m. 9 Sept. 1798 Polly Dyer.
William, Jr. 18 April 1799; Samuel 4 Mch. 1801; Sally 2"] June 1803;
Michael and David 3 Aug. 1807.

John Coffin b. at Lewiston 12 June 1779.
Dorcas Coffin b. at "Harrycecet" i April 1783.
James, their son, b. at Durham 10 Jan. 1803.

Ch. of Elias Staten.

Samuel 3 Sept. 1797; Kezia 11 Nov. 1800; Sally 11 Mch. 1802.

Moses, son of Michael Davis 14 Oct. 1786.

Ch. of "Meseck" Purrington.

Lorenzo 31 Oct. 1801; Sarah 20 Aug. 1803; Joseph Rowland 16 Aug.
1805, d. 18 Mch. 1806.

Ch. of David Gross.

Betty 29 Jan. 1792; William 5 Aug. 1794; Reuben 25 Aug. 1796; John
27 Sept. 1798; Daniel 12 Oct. 1800; George 31 Jan. 1802.

Ch. of John Larrabee.

Patience i Feb. 1799; Hannah 17 Nov. 1801; Mary 29 Oct. 1803.

Ch. of Clement Orr.

"Judea" I Sept. 1800, "dead"; Lorana 10 Mch. 1803.

Ch. of William Garcelon.

Harvey 25 Jan. 1803; Harris 15 Sept. 1804.

Moses Larrabee 8 Dec. 1776.
Eunice Larrabee 12 June 1779.
Pamelia Larrabee 19 Nov. 1801.
Hiram Larrabee 12 Oct. 1803.

Joseph, son of SamUel Estes 24 Sept. 1832.

Ch. of Benjamin Harrington.

Alvin 13 Nov. 1825; d. 2.-] June 1827.

Caroline 26 Jan. 1828; Benjamin 5 May 1830.

Ch. of Israel and Alice Getchell.

Emery 4 Feb. 1831; Lindly M. H. 4 July 1833; Eveline Lovina 2 July
1835.

Ch. of Isaiah S. and Nancy Trufant.

Eveline 15 Aug. 1834; James b. 22 Mch. 1836; Joseph Henry 4 May
1839.



* APPENDIX 299

. of Edward and Mary Titcomb.

^ward Payson 15 Nov. 1833; Joshua Miller 21 Sept. 1835; Mary

•^24 July 1838; Frances Robinson 20 June 1841; Harriet Marston

Ellbv. 1842.
22

h. of Sewell and Sarah J. Reed.

lien A. 29 Nov. 1847; John S. 6 May 1850.

imeralda F. 2 Sept. 1852.

,"h. of Alfred and Charlotte W. Baker,
osiah 27 Mch. 1852.

Z\\. of Daniel and Amelia Dyer.

Samuel A. 10 Aug. 1851; Isaac N. 10 Sept. 1853.

Ch. of Benjamin F. Estes.

Mary Louisa 24 May 1867; Walter Edgar 8 Dec. 1868; James Henry

Nov. 1870.
S
Frances A., dau. of Daniel B. and Joanna Libby 2S June 1856.

Ch. of David and Charity C. Goddard.

Alvin Rufus 12 Sept. 1855; Estella Angle 26 Sept. 1857.

Nellie May, dau. of Edward and Jane Newell 16 Jan. 1865.
Wm. W., son of Wm. B. and Laura A. Brown 2^ May 1864.



ALL DEATHS RECORDED IN DURHAM. NOT MENTIONED
IN FOREGOING GENEALOGIES, DOWN TO 1888.

Sarah Welch 9 Jan. 1791.
Patrick Welch 17 Feb. 1804.
John Robinson 28 Mch. 1840, aged 88 yrs.
Martha, wife of John Robinson, i Oct. 1848, aged 92 yrs.
Mehitabel, wife of Benj. M. Moses 28 Mch. 1870.
Clement J. Haskins 14 Sept. 1870.
Amos Lunt 18 Nov. 1870, aged 64 yrs. 6 mos.
Emma, wife of Elbridge Webster, 2 June 1881, aged 26 yrs.
Nathan Bangs 17 Sept. 1881, aged 70 yrs.

Frances, wife of Nathan Bangs, 20 Mch. 1888, aged 51 yrs. 4 mos.
5 days.

Almon Bailey 2 Jan. 1882, aged T2) yrs.

Mary Butterfield 22 Mch. 1882, aged 74 yrs.

Hermon Sawyer 18 April 1882, aged 54 yrs.

Rebecca Webber 7 July 1882, aged 79 yrs.

Martha, widow of Andrew N. Sawyer, 6 Sept. 1883.

Margaret, widow of Joseph Weeks, 27 Oct. 1883, aged ^2 yrs.

George W. Bennett 7 Feb. 1884, aged 82 yrs.

Oliver B. Strout 3 June 1884, aged 45 yrs.

Nathan Weston 22) Jime 1884.

Israel T. Wyman 11 Aug. 1884, aged 76 yrs. 9 mos.



300 HISTORY OF DURHAM

Sarah, widow of Jonathan Carpenter, 27 Dec. 1884, aged 83 yrs.

Joseph Burton 10 May 1885, aged 86 yrs. 4 mos.

.A.bbie, wife of John P. Larrabee, 28 Sept. 1885, aged 63 yrs.

Mrs. Eliza Dennison 8 Oct. 1885, aged 84 yrs.

Mrs. Dill C. Harmon 5 Dec. 1885, aged 46 yrs. 6 mos. 5 days.

George West 30 Jan. 1836.

Wm. B. Bennett 18 Jan. 18S7, aged 77 yrs. 4 mos.

Mary, wife of Wm. B. Bennett, 18 Jan. 1887, aged 63 yrs. 2 mos.

Betsey Collins 30 Mch. 1887, aged 73 yrs.

Thomas Estes 27 Mch. 1887, aged about 50 yrs.

Wm. H. Parker drowned in the Androscoggin 17 May 1887.

Susan, widow of Lot P. Nelson, 16 June 1887, aged 81 yrs.

Philip B. Douglas d. in Wales 13 June 1887, aged 71 3'rs. 24 days.

John S. Parker 4 Oct. 1887, aged ,56 yrs. 8 mos. 9 days.

Ansel Wescott 27 Oct. 1887, aged 74 yrs. 7 mos. 26 days.

Daniel Dyer 2 Dec. 1887. aged 67 yrs. 9 mos. 5 days.

Mrs. Annie C. Whitney 18 Jan. 1888, aged 87 yrs.

Mrs. Susan Larrabee 18 Jan. 1888, aged 85 yrs.

Henry W. Paine, drowned in the Androscoggin 3 June 1888.

Eliza Ann, wife of Henry W. Paine 9 Jan. 1888, aged 67 yrs.

COMMITTEES OF ROYALSBOROUGH.
The Plantation had no Selectmen. The leading ofificials were
styled a committee. Up to 1783 the Committees of Correspond-
ence, Inspection and Safety, named on page 90, seem to
have done the business of the town. From that date the follow-
ing Committees appear :

1783, Joseph Davis, John Gushing, Esq., Benjamin Vining.'

1784, John Gushing, Esq., Benjamin Vining, Josiah Day.

1785, John Gushing, Esq., Caleb Estes, Benjamin Vining.

1786, Matthew Duran, John Gushing, Esq., Caleb Estes.
1787-8. No Records.

SELECTMEN OF DURHAM.

1789. John Gushing, Esq., Nathaniel Gerrish, Thomas Fisher.

1790. Aaron Osgood, N. Gerrish, Thomas Fisher.
1791- A. Osgood, N. Gerrish, Caleb Estes.

1792. A. Osgood, N. Gerrish, Caleb Estes.

1793- A. Osgood, N. Gerrish. Wm. True.

1794- A. Osgood, N. Gerrish, Wm. True.

1795- N. Gerrish, Matthew Duran, Sam'l Merrill.
1796. N. Gerrish, Sam'l Merrill, Reuben Tuttle.
1797- N. Gerrish, Sam'l Merrill, Joseph Estes.
1798. N. Gerrish, Isaac Davis, Hugh Getchell.
1799- N. Gerrish, A. Osgood, Isaac Davis.



APPENDIX 301

1800. A. Osgood, Isaac Davis, Caleb Estes.

1801. Isaac Davis, Geo. Ferguson, Caleb Estes.

1802. Isaac Davis, Caleb Estes, Josiah Burnham.

1803. Isaac Davis, Josiah Burnham, Joseph Knight.

1804. Isaac Davis. Josiah Burnham, Joseph Knight.

1805. Joseph Knight. Thomas Pierce, Joseph Estes.
1806-7. Josiah Burnham. I. Davis. Joseph Estes.

1808. Josiah Burnham. \Vm. Stoddard, Thomas Pierce.

1809. Josiah Burnham, Isaac Davis, John Collins.

1810. I. Davis, J. Collins, Joshua Miller.

181 1. I. Davis, J. Burnham. Thomas Pierce.

1812. T. Pierce, Job Sylvester, Jr., David Osgood.
1813-14. J. Burnham, Secomb Jordan, Elijah Macomber.

1815. J. Burnham, Secomb Jordan, T. Pierce.

1816. J. Burnham, Symonds Baker, Thomas Freeman.

1817. J. Burnham, Elijah xMacomber, James Strout.

1818. F. Freeman, Elijah Macomber, James Strout.

1819. Secomb Jordan, T. Pierce, Gideon Curtis.

1820. Secomb Jordan, T. Pierce, Elijah Macomber.

1821. Gideon Curtis, James Strout, Daniel Harmon.
1822-4. J. Strout, Elijah Macomber, Thomas Pierce.

1825. Thomas Pierce, Joseph H. Hoyt, Ivory Warren.

1826. Thomas Pierce, Joseph H. Hoyt, Jacob Herrick, Jr.

1827. Jacob Herrick, Jr., Thomas Pierce, Simeon Bailey.
1828-29. Jacob Herrick, Jr., James Strout, Waitstill Webber.

1830. James Strout, Allen H. Cobb, T. Pierce.

1831. James Strout, Jonathan Strout, James Newell.

1832. Jacob Herrick, Jr., David Douglas, Wm. Newell.
1833-5- James Strout, Joseph Warren, Thomas Estes.

1836. James Strout, Henry Moore, Joseph Reed, Jr.

1837. Joseph Warren, Joseph Reed, Jr., Simeon Bailey.

1838. Joseph Warren, S. Bailey, Thomas Estes.

1839. James Strout, Daniel Booker, Daniel Harmon.

1840. Joseph Warren, Jonathan Strout, John Smith.
1841-2. Joseph Warren, S. Bailey, Solomon Grossman.

1843. Solomon Grossman, Job P. Sylvester, Jr., Alvah Marston.

1844. James Strout, A. Marston, Joseph Warren.

1845. Ivory Warren, James Newell, Jeremiah Dingley.
1846-8. Joseph Warren, A. Marston, Retiar Drinkwater.

1849. Joseph Warren, A. Marston, William Robinson.

1850. Joseph Warren, R. Drinkwater, Wm. Robinson.
1851-2. Joseph Warren, R. Drinkwater, Wm. Newell, Jr.

1853. Joseph Warren. Sewall Libby, Emery S. Warren.

1854. Joseph V/arren, E. S. Warren, David Bowie.

1855. Nelson H. Gary, Wm. D. Roak, John D. Osgood.

1856. Joseph Warren, Wm. D. Roak, John D. Osgood.

1857. Joseph Warren, Wm. H. Johnson, Sewall Strout.



302 HISTORY OF DURHAM

1858. Wm. D. Roak, John D. Osgood, Barnard Williams.
1859-60. Emery S. Warren, Sewall Strout, W. H. Johnson.

1861. Sewall Strout, H. C. Libby, R. C. Michaels.

1862. Sewall Strout, Gideon Bragdon, Washington Parker.

1863. Sewall Strout, W. Parker, Elisha Beal.

1864. Joseph Warren, E. S. Warren, Alfred Lunt.

1865. Joseph Warren, A. Lunt, James Strout, Jr.

1866. John D. Osgood, Joseph Miller, T. C. Pinkham.

1867. Wm. D. Roak, Joseph Miller, Joseph H. Davis.

1868. Nathaniel Dunning, Geo. Douglas, Jona. Haskell.

1869. Wm. D. Roak, G. Douglas, Wm. C. Hascall.

1870. Wm. C. Hascall, J. H. Davis, John C. Merrill.

1871. Alfred Lunt, Wm. B. Newell, A. Littlefield.
1872-3. Alfred Lunt, Charles W. Harding, William Long.

1874. Chas. W. Harding, Wm. B. Newell, Daniel Dyer.

1875. Joseph W. Davis, Alfred Lunt, Benj. F. Nason.

1876. Alfred Lunt, Joseph W. Davis, Leonard Macomber.

1877. Alfred Lunt, Chas. W. Harding, Lewis C. Robinson.

1878. Joseph W. Davis, Wm. S. Miller, Henry Sylvester.

1879. Wm. B. Newell, Joseph H. Davis, Henry Sylvester.

1880. Wm. B. Newell, Lorenzo S. Lambert, Alfred Littlefield.
i88r. Wm. B. Newell, Leroy S. Bowie, Emery S. Warren.

1882. Alfred Lunt, Leroy S. Bowie, Wiley L. Davis.

1883. Alfred Lunt, Lorenzo S. Lambert, John H. Merrill.

1884. Lorenzo S. Lambert, Wm. B. Newell, John H. Merrill.

1885. Alfred Lunt, Chas. H. Bliss, Leroy S. Bowie.
1886-7. Wiley S. Davis, Samuel B. Libby, Chas. W. Varney.
1888. Henry Sylvester, Chas. H. Bliss, Rufus Parker.
1889-90. Joseph H. Davis, Samuel B. Libby, William Stackpole.
1891. Horace M. Beal, Wm. B. Newell, George H. Estes.
1892-3. Alfred Lunt, Horace M. Beal, Melvin Bowie.

1894. Alfred Lunt, Samuel B. Libby, William Stackpole.

1895. Samuel B. Libby, Joseph H. Davis, Walter F. White.

1896. Samuel B. Libby, Walter F. White, Charles M. Varney.

1897. Samuel B. Libby, Joseph H. Davis, C. M. Varney.

1898. Alfred Lunt, William B. Newell, Fred H. Miller.

TOWN CLERKS.

ROYALSBOROUGH.

1774-7. Charles Hill. 1778-86. Benjamin Vining.

Durham.
1789-90. Ebenezer Newell, 1791-1806. Martin Rourk.

1807-11. Isaac Davis. 1812-14. Symonds Baker.

1815-29. Jacob Herrick, Jr. 1830-1. Allen H. Cobb.

1&32. Jacob Herrick, Jr. 1833-50- Allen H. Cobb.

1851-3. James Strout, Jr. 1854-6. John C. Merrill.



i857.
1859-
1S66-
1870.
1872-
1876-
1879.
1887.
1889.
189 1.





APPENDIX


Emery S. Warren,


1858.


■64. James Strout, Jr.


1865.


■7. Wm. F. Morrill.


1868-9.


Ralph H. Hascall.


1871.


■3. Wm. B. Newell.


1874-5-


■7. Wm. B. Newell.


1878.


Wm. D. Roak.


1880-6.


Ralph H. Hascall.


1888.


Marcus W. Eveleth,


1890. (


Royal A. Rich.


1892-8.



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Merrill W. Strout.
Wm. B. Newell.

John C. Merrill.
Emery S. Warren.

Wm. H. Thomas.
Ira Goddard.

George E. Warren.
Luther L. Newell.
George W. Nichols.

George E. Warren.



1833-4- Allen H. Cobb.
1848. Alvah Marston.



SENATORS.

1842-4. James Strout.
1883-6. Wm. D. Roak.



REPRESENTATIVES.
Although the Town Records do not show the election of any
Representative before Josiah Burnham, the Records of Massa-
chusetts General Court mention one earlier.



1798. Samuel Merrill.
1807. Christopher Tracy.
1814. Josiah Burnham.
1820-9. Allen H. Cobb.
1833-4- Henry Moore.
1837. Jonathan C. Merrill.
1840-1. Jonathan Strout.
1845. Alvah Marston.
1851-2. Joseph Warren.
1855. Hezekiah Gerrish.
Sewall Strout,
Nelson Strout. 1866.

1871.

1876.

1886.

1894.



i860.
1S64.
1869.
1874-
1879-
1890.
1898.



Jonathan Libby.
Leonard Macomber.
William H. Thomas.
Joseph H. Davis.
Andrew G. Fitz.



1802. Josiah Burnham.
1810. Josiah Burnham.
1812-13. Secomb Jordan.
1830-2. James Strout.
1835-6. Joseph Warren.
1838-9. Thomas Estes.
1843. Simeon Bailey.
1847. Sewall Libby.
1853. Wm. Newell, Jr.
1837-8. Wm. D. Roak.
1861. Emery S. Warren.

James H. Eveleth.

John D. Osgood.

William Stackpole.

Charles W. Harding.

Samuel B. Libby.



COLLEGE ALUMNL
Samuel Newell, Harvard, 1807.
O. Israel B. Newell, Bowdoin, 1819.
John H. Converse, Bowdoin, 1830.
Lewis Alden Estes, Bowdoin, 1844.
Charles B. Stetson, Bowdoin, 1854.
Nelson Dingley, Dartmouth, 1855.
Henry Newell, Wesleyan University.



304 HISTORY OF DURHAM

John Duran Stetson, Bowdoin, 1858.

David Osgood Stetson, Bowdoin, i860.

Henry N. W. Hoyt, Bowdoin, 1864.

Wm. Henry Lambert, Waterville, 1865.

Oscar Scott Williams, Bowdoin, 1869.

Frederick Howard Eveleth, Waterville, 1870.

Everett S. Stackpole, Bowdoin, 1871.

Lorenzo S. Lambert. Amherst, 1872.

J. H. Tompson, Wesleyan University, 1878.

Frederick Morris Warren, Amherst, 1880.

Henry H. Morrill, Harvard, 1882.

Charles Henry Stackpole, Wesleyan University, 1884.

Howard Leslie Lunt, Bowdoin, 1885.

Fred Webster Newell, Bates, 1889.

Frank Herbert Knight, Bowdoin, 1894.

George William Thomas, Bates, 1896.

Eugene Conrad Vining, Bowdoin, 1898.



INDEX OF SUBJECTS



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INDEX OF SUBIECTS



Agricultural Fair 134

Bagley's Gore 4, 5, 10, 38

Bears 132

Betterment Act 25

Bridges 39

Brooks. . . 28, 31. 33, 34, 79, 83, 133
Bowdoin College.. 10. 15, 16, no,

113

Brunswick 44, 89, 169, 193

Camp Meeting 58

Cemeteries 3^, 43. 187

Churches 29, 36, 44

Ferries 35, 36, 39, 40

Freeport 16, 52

Great Meadow 27, 77, 78

Harrisicket 13, 28, 29, 47

Incorporation 20-23, 45

Indians 33, 151

Lewiston 29, 30, 127

Little River 35, 36

Marriages 16, 105, 236

Methodist Corner 56, 142, 240

Mills 17, 29, 36, 82

Old Houses.... 13, 15, 16, 32, ,33,

185, 179, 189, 200, 223



Pejepscot 31

Pejopscot Gore 6

Pejepscot Proprietors 2, 4, 25

Phippsburg 47

Pound 129

Powder-House 129

Population 23

Price of Land 3, 6, 211, 248

Front's Gore 5, 38

Revolutionary War and Soldiers

21. 44, 88-96, 152, 155, 195, 210,

215, 216

Roads 27

Royalston 3

Royalsborough 3, 4, 20

Schools 17, 29, 33, 62, 77

Ship-building 82, 87

Slaves 9, 162

South West Bend. . . 17, 28, 29, 30,

32, 87

Taverns 31, 32, 86, 87, 178

Temperance 130, 131

Town House 129, 130

Wildcats 132

Warning to Leave Town 24



INDEX OF NAMES



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