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REPORTS OF THE DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS

PRESENTED AT THE ANNUAE MEETINGS,

JANUARY 20, 1904, AND

JANUARY 18, 1905

MEMORIALS OF

MARQUIS FAYETTE KING,
AEBION K. P. MESERVE, M. D.

AND

JOSEPH PORTER THOMPSON,



ALSO, BY-LAWS, LIST OF OFFICERS AND MEMBERS,

AND LIST OF FAMILY HISTORIES IN

THE LIBRARY.




PORTLAND, ME., U. S. A..

Printed for the Society by Tucker Printing Co.

1905



OFFICERS FOR 1905



president
Fredekick Odeli. Conant

vice-president
George Thomas Little

secretary
George Sayward Hobbs.

treasurer
Millard Fillmore Hicks

librarian
Albert Roscoe Stubbs

directors
Frederick Odell Conant
George Thomas Little
George Sayward Hobbs
Millard Fillmore Hicks
Albert Roscoe Stubbs



Gift
The Society



GENERAL REPORT FOR i9oj



SEVEN years have been added to the past since the publication
of our last general report, and whilst the Society has at
several annual meetings, since that time, authorized a publica-
tion, the Directors have an account of the seeming more urgent
calls for money to buy books, postponed printing until this time.

The report for 1896 was prepared by our most efficient
librarian, Mr. Thompson, and will repay your re-reading and
careful consideration, for it is not only a carefully prepared
history of the Society to that date, but enters largely into its
hopes and ambitions for the future.

Since our last publication the number of our honorary and
corresponding members has been greatly reduced by death and
while our roll of active members has been kept fairly well up by
the addition of new members, our losses by death have been
large and to some of us seem irreparable. Vacancies hard to
fill have been made by the deaths of Hon. Josiah H. Drummond,
our most industrious worker and generous contributor, Joseph
P. Thompson, our incomparable librarian, Brown Thurston, the
distinguished genealogist and historiographer, Hon. Marquis F.
King, our honored President, whose help was freely given to all,
and Dr. Albion K. P. Meserve, our Vice President, who for
many years has been a diligent worker in our field of investiga-
tion.

The loss of so many who have taken active interest in our
society and have had its welfare so much at heart, is keenly felt
by the present board.

The growth of the library continues uninterrupted, the
books are in frequent demand and visitors continue to be made
to feel welcome to their use. The indexes prepared by Mr,
Thompson are in almost constant use and are highly appreciated.
Important additions have been made to the library, both by gift
and purchase. In the former we with great satisfaction name,



upwards of sixty bound volumes, from the Kastern Argus Pub-
lishing Co. of their daily issue. The gift of Messrs. Owen &
Strout of a large quantity of back numbers of the Maine
Genealogical and Historical Recorder, which with those acquired
by purchase from the editor, give the Society control of all back
numbers of that valuable periodical, and the right to continue
its publication, now some time discontinued.

Several town histories and genealogies have been printed by
members, but perhaps the most important work of the Society
since its publication of the Lincoln County Probate Records, is
the pubhcation of Books XII and XIII of the York Deeds.

The first title of record in what is now the State of Maine,
was by Basill Parker, Re : Cor., March 15, 1647, and from that
time until 1760, the district being then divided into three
counties, all conveyances of record are in the office of the Register
of Deeds at Alfred. Age is telling upon them and they are
otherwise in jeopardy.

Acting upon the suggestion of Mr. John T. Hull, one of the
founders of this Society, Book I was printed and his name appears
as the publisher. The good work was continued until 1896,
when Book XI was printed and further publications was discon-
tinued.

In January, 1900, this Society authorized its President to
apply to the State Legislature, then in session, for an appropria-'
tion to continue the publication by putting in print Books XII
and XIII. His petition was referred to the next legislature and
in 1902 the appropriation asked for was granted. Contracts were
made with Howard Brackett, Register of Deeds, for the copy
and with Edwin C. Bowler of Bethel for printing and binding.
This work has now been completed, and the Legislature asked
for an appropriation for volumes XIV and XV.

The Society is under much obligation to Governor Hill and
Councillor Cook for valuable assistance.

As these records are the only authentic history of the State,
it is hoped that the interest in their preservation may continue
until either by printing or copying they be placed beyond danger
of further loss.



The value of our Liucoln County Book is very much
appreciated by historians and genealogists and it is hoped that we
may have pecuniary encouragement to continue the work so
happily commenced — not only in lyincoln County but through-
out the State, or that example may be followed, being warned by
the disaster that came to the Probate Records of Cumberland
County.

The administration are very grateful for the steadfastness of
our own members and the generosity of friends, " And %ve close
with an earnest appeal to ge^ierous citizens and natives of Maine
everywhere , for ampler means to gather, preserve aiid make knoivn
the history of the families of our dear State, from whose firesides
have gofie forth the boys whose homely training has developed the
character and ability that have ivon them wealth and repute in every
field, and caused their heads to lift high amo7ig their fellows at
home and abroad. ' '



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY.



Portland, Me., January 20. 1904.

To the Presideyit and Me^nbers of the Maine Genealogical
Society: —

IRESPECTFULIvY submit the following report for the past
year, it being my sixteenth report as Secretary.

We have held ten meetings of record, or four more than the
previous year. At these meetings we have elected one corres-
ponding member, Mr. Franklin Senter Frisbee of Concord, N.
H., and nine active members, Mrs. Helen M. J. Little, Everett
H. Pendleton, James S. Rogers, Edward K. Glover, Arthur M.
Devereaux, William H. Hilton, Elmer A. Doten, Frank D.
True and E. C. Bowler, or one more than last year.

We have lost by death five active members :

Moses B Clement, d. January 10, 1904.
Bryce McLellan Edwards, d. March 30, 1903.
Oliver Haley Fernald, d. July 23, 1903.
Philip H. Perkins, d. March 8, 1903.
George Doane Rand, d. January 29, 1903.

and two honorary members :

Rufus K. Sewall, d. April 30, 1903.
Parker McK. Reed, d. December 31, 1903.

One member has been dropped by provision of By-laws for
non-payment of dues.

Three members elected previously have qualified by pay-
ment of dues, viz : Edgar R. Dow, Edward F. Fassett, Walter L.
Mower.

Our membership at this date consists of ten honorary,

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thirty-one corresponding and two hundred and thirty-nine active
members, of whom nine are life members. This shows a gain
of five members as per following summary : —



Honorary members at last report, . 12

Died, l>

Total, — 10

Corresponding member? at last report, MO

Elected, 1

Total, 81

Active members at last report, . 233

Died, 5

Dropped, ...... 1



Elected,
Qualified,





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239

280



Respectfully submitted,

Fred O. Conant, Secretary.



TREASURER'S REPORT.



Maine Grnkalogical SocikTy in account with
M. F. Hicks, Trkasurer.



RECEIPTS.
Balance from old account,

Bank dividends

Life Membership fee, ....
State of Maine, account York Deeds,
Miscellaneous books, ....
Annual dues, .....

Member.ship fees, ....

disbursements
E. C. Bowler, York Deeds, Vol. 12, part 1.
Howard Brackett, acct. York Deeds, Vol. 12, part 1,
Miscellaneous books, .......

Postage,

Insurance, .........

Advertising,

Printing,

Balance to new account, ....

Permanent fund, 8 shares National Traders Bank Stock
2 shares First National Bank Stock,

Life Membership Fund, 1 share First Nat. Bank Stock,
1 " Traders Nat. Bk. Stock,

Library insured for, .......

Portland, Me., January 20, 1904.



$67.21

72.00

25.00

1,600.00

30.50

20.3.00
18.00

f;l ,.500.00

100.00

128.00

6.45

27.50

8.25

3.10



«;2,015.71



800.00
200.00

100.00
100.00

$6,000.00



1,774.29
241.42

$2,015.71



$] ,000.00



200.00



M. F. Hicks, Treasurer.



Certificate of Auditors appended as follows :
Examined and found correct, and funds of the Society pre-
sented and found as stated.

Charles B. Rogers, | Auditing
F. L. LiTTLEFiEivD, j Committee.



LIBRARIAN'S REPORT,



January 20, 1904.

To the Presidettt and Members of the Maiyie Gefiealogical
Society: —

I HAVE the honor to report the following brief statement of
the condition of yonr library at this date.

The total additions during the past year have been 95
volumes and 95 pamphlets, of which 74 volumes and 41 pam-
phlets and 55 parts have been gifts.

Thus 21 volumes and 55 pamphlets have been from purchase
or exchange.

In 1902 the additions were 111 volumes and 84 pamphlets.

The library now contains 2,619 volumes and 2,486 pam-
phlets.

The value of the library today is $6,662.80, not including
the cost or value of cases and other articles belonging to the
Society ; nor does this include the value of duplicate books,
magazines, etc., pertaining to the library, some of which are in
this building and some stored elsewhere.

The additions to the library in 1903 included 26 genealogies
— volumes and pamphlets — of which 10 were gifts.

At the end of this report is also a list of the societies and
institutions, and members and other persons, 66 in number, who
were donors to the library in 1903.

The subscriptions to genealogical and other similar periodi-
cals have been continued, and many are ready for binding and
will form substantial additions to the number of volumes in our
library and the convenience and usefulness thereof.



Although the books received during the past year have been
few in number compared with some previous years, it is not easy
to select from the list those we might consider of special interest
and value, without passing by others worthy of mention.

In connection with this matter attention should be especially
called to two works, for which the grateful acknowledgements of
historical students and others are due to our president, in a
peculiar degree, representing an amount of personal devotion
and labor whose results are greatly to his credit. I refer to his
Annals of Oxford, Maine, his native town, and to the 12th Vol.,
Part 1 of the York Deeds already issued, and Part 2 now in the
press.

Respectfully submitted,

Joseph P. Thompson, Librariayi.



GIFTS TO THE LIBRARY IN i9o3,



American Historical Association

Ancient and Honorable Artillery

Andover Theological Seminary

Berwick Academy

Boston Public Library . . .

Boston Registry Department

Bowdoin College

Dedham Historical Society

Delaware Historical Society

Fitchburg, Mass. City of

Huguenot Society of South Carolina

Johns Hopkins University

Library Bureau, Boston

Middlebury College

Maine Sons of the American Revolution

Maine State Library

New England Historical and Genealogical Society.

New York Public Library

New York Historical Association

New York State Library

Ohio Archaelogical and Historical Society

Portland Public Library

Providence, R. I. Record Comm

Rhode Island Historical Society

U. S. State Department

Williams College

Yale University

Thomas Baker .'

Franklin R. Barrett

E. C. Bowler, Bethel

Dr. Charles Burleigh, Maiden

Albert W. Butler

George E. Congdon, Sac City, Iowa

Henry P. Cox

George Allen Dary, Boston

Dr. L. D. Dennett, Saco

J. H. Drummond's Heirs

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Walter G. Davis, Jr

William P. Frye, Washington

John J. Gerrish

Arthur H. Gould

Henry Gray, London

Lucy H. Greenlaw, Boston

Herbert Harris, Machias

David B. Jack, St. John, N. B

Rev. Henry M. King, Providence, R. I

Mrs. Horatio King 24

Gen. Horatio C. King, New York

Marquis F. King

Frederick W. Lamb, Manchester.

George T. Little, Brunswick

George McAleer

Mrs. Alice F. Moody (deposit)

Mrs. William H. Moulton

Rev. Charles T. Ogden

Eben Putman, Boston

Frederick Robie, Gorham 1

Charles B. Rogers 1

James S. Rogers, Boston 1

Henry S. Ruggles, Wakefield

Mrs. Edward H. Sargent 6

Dr. James A. Spalding

George A. Thomas 5

Joseph P. Thompson

Eben R. Tremaine, New York

James J. White & Co. , New York 1

Total, 66 donors 74



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LIST OF FAMILY HISTORIES

IN THE

LIBRARY OF THE MAINE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY

(May, 1904—934 Titles.)



ABBOTT, pp. 197, Boston, 1847.
ABBOTT, JOHN, pp. 2, Portland, 189(5.
ADAM, pp. 16, Albany, 1848.
ADAMS, pp. 64, Boston, 1861.
ADAMS, pp. 139, Franklin, 1874.
ADAMS, pp. 84, New York, 1893.
ADAMS, pp. 87, Rutland, 1894.
ADAMS, pp. 61, Calais, 1895,
ADAMS, pp. 1238, Rutland, Vt., 1898.
AINSWORTH, pp. 212, Boston, 1894.
ALEXANDER, pp. 129, Buffalo, N. Y., 1898.
ALLEN, pp. 8, Albany, N. Y., 1867.
ALLEN, pp. 88, Boston, 1869.
ALLEN & WITTER, pp. 251, Salem, O., 1872.
ALLEN, pp. 47, Salem, Mass., 1888.
ALLEN, pp. 80, Lowell, 1896.
ALLEN, pp. 66, Boston, 1896.
ALLEN, pp. 8, Portland, 1898.
ALLERTON, pp. 166, New York, 1888.
ALLERTON, pp. 149, Chicago, 1900.
ALLERTON, pp. 7, Boston, 1890.
ALLISON, pp. 312, Boston, 1893.
ALVORD, see BURKE.
AMES, pp. 55. Concord, 1890.
AMES, pp. 15, Boston, 1898.
ANDREWS, pp. 652, Chicago, 1872.
ANDREWS, pp. 234, Audubon, Iowa. 1890.
ANDREWS, pp. 9, Boston, 1897.
ANDREWS, pp. 8, Boston, 1898.
ANGELL, pp. 209, Providence, 1872.
ANTHON, pp. 22, New York, 1872.
APPLETON, pp. 183, Boston, 1850.

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ARCHER, pp. 76, London, 1861.
ARMSTRONG, pp 19, Portland, 1883.
ASHLEY, pp. 472, New Haven, 1896
ATKINS, pp. 154-9, Las Vegas, N. M., 1891.
ATWATER, pp. 64, New Haven, 1873.
AVERY, pp. 366, Plymouth, Mass, 1893.
AYLESWORTH, pp. 495, Providence, 1887.
AYERS, pp. 55, Boston, 1870.
BAILEY, pp. 90, Haverhill, 1858.
BAILEY-BAYLEY, pp. 23, Bradford, 1894.
BAILEY-BAYLEY, pp. 34, Somerville, Mass, 1897.
BAILLIE, pp HI, Green Bay, Wis., 1898.
BAKER, pp. 99, Syracuse, N. Y., 1867.
BAKER, pp. 12, Comstock, N. Y., 1896.
BAKER, p. 1, Portland, 1901.
BALCH, pp. xxxii-553, Salem, 1897.
BALLOU, pp. 1324, Hopedale, Mass., 1888
BANGS, pp. 360, Montrose, Mass, 1896.
BANKS, pp. 21, Boston, 1890.
BANTA, pp. 412, New York, 1893.
BARBER, pp. 166, Philadelphia, 1890.
BARKER, pp. 102.

BARKER, pp. 36, Middleton, N Y., 1897.
BARRETT, pp. 294, St. Paul, Minn., 1888.
BARTHOLOMEW, pp. 752, Austin, Texas, 1885.
BARTLETT, pp. 114, Lawrence, 1876.
BARTLETT, pp. 112, New Haven, 1892.
BARTON, pp. 148, Oak Park, 111., 1900.
BASCOM, pp. 79, Boston, 1870.

BASSETT-POCOCK, p. 1, , Iowa, 1895.

BATCHELDER, pp. 623, Chicago, 1898.
BATES, pp. 145, South Braintree, Mass., 1900.
BATT-BILEY, pp. 28, Boston, 1897.
BEAL, pp. 8, Boston, 1865.
BEAN, pp. 4, Smithtown, N. H., 1893.
BEAN, pp. 195, 5 parts.
BEAN, pp. 22, Typewritten.
BECKWITH, pp. 384, Albany, 1891.
BECKWITH, pp. 88, Elkhorn, Wis.. 1899.
BELLOWS, pp. 125, New York, 1855.
BELLOWS, pp. 357, Keene, N. H., 1898.
BELLOWS, pp. 14, Burlington, Vt., 1901.
BEMIS, pp. 287, San Francisco, 1900.
BENJAMIN, pp. 112, Winthrop, Me., 1900.



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BENTON, pp. 354, Bostou, 1901.

BETHUNE-FANEUIL, pp. 54, New York, 1884.

BICKNEIvL, pp. 32-xiv, Boston, 1880.

BIDWELL, pp. 123, Albany, N. Y., 1884.

BIGELOW, pp. 517, Worcester, Mass., 1890.

BIGG, pp. 10, Boston, 1875.

BINGHAM, pp. 249, Harrisburg, Pa., 1898.

BINNEY, pp. 278, Albany, 1886.

BISBEE, pp. 48, Augusta, Me., 1876.

BLAKE, pp. 140 Boston, 1857.

BLAKE, pp. 64, Boston, 1881.

BLAKE, pp. 147, Boston. 1898.

BLYNMAN, pp. 8, Boston, 1899.

BOARDMAN, pp. 88, Albany, N. Y., 1885.

BOCHEE-BOUEQUET, pp. 158-ix, Poughkeepsie, 1897.

BOIS, p. 1, 1901.

BOLTON, pp. 85, Albany, 1889.

BONNEY, pp. 178, Chicago, 1898.

BONTECOU, pp. 29, Hartford, 1887.

BONYTHON, pp. 7, Boston, 1884.

BOODY, pp. 297, Lowell, 1880.

BORDLEY, pp. 158, Philadelphia, 1865.

BOUTON-BOUGHTON, pp. 684, Albany, 1890.

BOWDOIN, pp. 52, New York, 1894.

BOWEN, pp. 245, Cambridge, 1897.

BOWKER, McCOBB, REED, pp. 15, Typewritten.

BOYD, pp. 318, Conesus, N. Y., 1884.

BOYDEN, pp. 267, Boston, 1901.

BOYNTON, pp. 40, Syracuse, N. Y.. 1884.

BRACKETT, pp. 56, Boston, 1860.

BRACKETT, pp. 4, Everett, Mass., 1896.

BRACKETT, pp. 8, Everett, Mass., 1897.

BRADBURY, pp. 320, Portland, 1890.

BRADBURY, p. 1, chart.

BRADFORD, see Spencer Genealogy.

BRADLEE, pp. 45, Boston, 1878.

BRADLEY, pp. 69, Newark, N. J., 1894.

BRAINERD, pp. 303, New York, 1857.

BRALEY, pp. 8, Mansfield, 1878.

BRECK, pp. 252-xxix, Omaha, 1889.

BRIDGMAN, pp. 168, Hyde Park, Mass., 1894.

BRIGGS, pp. 51, Cleveland, O., 1878.

BRIGGS, pp. 265, Cleveland, O., 1880.

BRIGGS, pp. 144, Boston, 1887.



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BRIGHAM, GROUT, GOULDING, pp. 182-16, Boston, 1859.

BRIGHT, pp. 345, Boston, 1858.

BRINCKERHOFF, pp. 188, New York, 1889.

BRONSDONand BOX, pp. 312, Lynn, Mass., 1902.

BROOK, pp. 66, Philadelphia, 1899.

BROWN, pp. 126, Burlington, 1868.

BROWN, pp. 18, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1895.

BROWNELL, ALDEN, ect., pp. 53, Ithaca, N. Y., 1893.

BUCK, pp. 142, Philadelphia, 1893.

BUCKINGHAM, pp. 384, Hartford, 1872.

BULFINCH, pp. 15, Woburn, 1895.

BULKELEY, pp. 288, Hartford, 1875.

BULLARD, pp. 22, Worcester, 1878.

BURBANK, pp. 24, Saco, Me., 1880.

BURKE and ALWORD, pp. 239, Boston, 1864

BURLEIGH-BURLEY, pp. 200, Portland, 1880.

BURNHAM, pp 292, Hartford, 1884.

BURR, pp. 457, New York, 1878.
BURT, pp. 617, Springfield, Mass., 1893.

BUTLER, pp. 192, New York, 1886.
BUTLER, pp. 162, Albany, N. Y., 1888.
BUTLER, pp. 26, Lowell, 1896.
CALDWELL, pp. 80, Boston, 1873.
CALDWELL, pp. 8, Ipswich, Mass., 1885.
CAMERON, pp. 478, Inverness, 1884.
CANDEE, pp. 240, Cleveland, O., 1882.
CAPRON, pp. 263, Boston, 1859.
CARNEY, pp. 4, New York, 1895.
CARPENTER, pp. 70, New York, 1883.
CARR, pp. 540, Brockton, 111., 1894.
CARTER, pp. 301, Canonsburg, Pa., 1883.
CASEY, pp. 46, Newport, R. I., 1893.
CATE-CATES, pp. 52, Frederick, Md., 1904.
CAVERLY, pp. 196, Lowell, Mass., 1880.
CAVERNO, pp. 36, Dover, N. H., 1874.
CHAMBERLAIN, pp. 16, Weymouth, Mass., 1897.
CHAMPION, pp. 560, New Haven, 1891.
CHAMPNEY-PARK, pp. 36, Boston, 1855.
CHANDLER, pp. 1315, Worcester, 1883.
CHANDLER, pp. 6, Ripon, Wis., 1899.
CHAPMAN, pp. 34, Portland, Me., 1878.
CHAPMAN, pp, 139-viii, Concord, N. H., 1893.
CHAPMAN, pp. 11, Portland, Me., 1898.
CHASE, pp. 18, Augusta, Me., 1878.



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CHASE, p. 1, Taunton, Mass., 1873.

CHASE, see LAWRENCE-TOWNLEY-CHASE.

CHATFIELD, pp. 32, Seymour, Conn., 1896.

CHAUNCEY, p. 1, Boston, 185H

CHENEY, pp. 582, Boston, 1897.

CHESMAN, pp. 103, Salem, O., 1893.

CHILD, pp. 842, Utica, N. Y., 1881.

CHIPMAN. pp. 44, New Gloucester, Me., 1897,

CHOATE, pp 458, Boston, 1896.

CHURCH, pp. 85, Providence, R. I., 1887.

CHUTE, pp. 216-cclxxvii, Salem, 1894.

CILLEY, pp. 47, Augusta, Me., 1877.

CLAP, pp. 62, Boston, 1854.

CLAPP, pp. 436-80, Boston, 1876.

CLARK, pp. 94, Hartford, 1882.

CLARKE, pp. 121, Boston, 1883.

CLARKE-CLARK, pp. 176-xiv, No. Greenfield, Wis., 1884.

CLASON, pp. 160, Augusta, Me., 1892.

CLEIVELAND, pp. 7, Boston, 1885.

CLEVELAND, pp. 260, Chicago, 1879.

COFFIN, pp. 64, Nantucket, 1881.

COFFIN, pp. 141, Boston, 1886.

COFFIN, pp. 53, Boston, 1896.

COGSWELL, pp. 683, Boston, 1884.

COLE, pp. 308, Columbus, O., 1887.

COLE, pp. 63, London, 1867.

COLEMAN, pp. 24, Philadelphia, 1867.

COLEMAN, pp. 36, Detroit, Mich., 1898.

COMEE-COMEY, pp. 9, Boston, 1896.

CONANT, pp. 640, Portland, 1887.

CONVERSE, pp. 7, Boston, 1896.

COOMBS, see WHITE-HASKELL.

COOMBS, Ms. pp. .50.

COOPER, pp. 11, Boston, 1890.

CORLISS, pp. 337, Yarmouth, Me., 1875.

CORWIN-CURWIN, pp. 284, New York, 1872.

COTTON, p. 1, Tabular.

COX, pp. 24, Portland, 1871.

COX, pp. 72, in parts.

CRAFTS, pp. 803, Northampton, Mass. 1893.

CRANE, pp. 27, Boston, 1893.

CRANE, pp. 201, Worcester, 1895.

CRAWFORD, see JOHNSON,

CRESSEY, pp. 13, Boston, 1877.



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CROMWELL, pp. 286, London, 1897.
CROMWELL-WILLIAMS, p. 1, Surry, Eng., 1894.
CROSBY, pp. 143, Lowell, 1877.
CUMMINGS, pp. 39, Topsfield, 1899.

CUMMINGS, pp. 23, Portland,

CURTIS, pp. 29, Boston, 1869.

CUSHING, pp. 104-xiii, Montreal, 1877.

CUSHMAN, pp. 665, Boston. 1855.

CUTLER, pp. 20, So. Norwalk, Ct.. 1897.

CUTTS, pp. 658, Albany, 1892.

DANE, pp. 16, Boston, 1854.

DANIELSON, pp. 3, Salem, 1895.

DARLING, CHAUNCEY, etc., pp. 109, Utica, N. Y., 1888.

DART, pp. 16, Seymour, Conn., 1888.

DARY, pp. 25, Boston, 1903.

DAVENPORT, pp. 432, Stamford, Conn., 1876.

DAVIS, pp. 610, No. Andover, Mass., 1884.

DEACON, pp. 394, Bridgeport Conn., 1898.

DEAN, pp. 35, Portland, Me., 1902.

DEAN, pp. 13, Ms.

DEANE, pp. 12, Boston, 1883.

DELANO, pp. 561, New York, 1899.

DE VEAUX, pp. 302, New York, 1885.

DE WITT, pp. 18, New York, 1880.

DIAMOND, pp. 179, Albany, 1891.

DINSMOOR, pp. 178-48, Boston, 1891.

DIXON, pp. 223, Albany, 1889.

DOANE, pp. 533, Boston, 1902.

DOD, pp. 221, Newark, N. J., 1864.

DODGE, pp. 233, New York, 1886.

DODGE, pp. 448, Madison, Wis., 1894.

DODGE, pp. 220, (450-667) Madison, Wis., 1898.

DOGGETT-DAGGETT, pp. 686, Boston, 1897.

DORLAND, pp. 304, Washington, D. C, 1898.

DOTY-DOTEN, pp. 1035, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1897.

DOUGLASS, pp. 563, Providence, 1879.

DOWS-DOWSE, pp. 348, Lowell, 1890.

DRAKE, pp. 51, Boston, 1845.

DRAKE, pp. 323, Boston, 1896.

DRINKWATER, pp. 15, Belfast, 1901.

DRISKO, pp. 3, Machias, 1897.

DRIVER, pp. 531, New York, 1889.

DRUMMOND, p. 1, Portland, 1896.

DUDLEY, p. 1, Boston.



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DUDLEY, pp. 144, Bostou, 1848.

DUDLEY, pp. 1201-52, Wakefield, Mass., 188(J-181)2.

DUDLEY, pp. 96, Wakefield, Mass, 1898.

DUDLEY, pp. 103, Salem, 1893.

DUNSTER, pp. 333, Central Falls, R. I., 1876.

DUTTON, pp. 112, West Chester, Pa., 1871.

DYER, pp. 130, New York, 1884.

EATON, pp. 128, Halifax, N. S., 1885.

EDDY, pp. 71, Augusta, Me., 1877.

EDWARDS, pp. 206, Boston, 1871.

EDWARDS and TODD, pp. 38, Springfield, 111., 1894.

EDWARDS, pp. 4, Portland.

EDWARDS, pp. 2, Portland, 1901.

ELIOT, pp. 184, New Haven, 1854.

EMERSON, pp. 537, Boston, 1900.

EMERY, pp. 18, Taunton, 1888.

EMERY, pp. 22, Salem, 1889.

EMERY, pp. 610, Salem, 1890.

EMMERTON, pp. 244, Salem, 1881.

ESTABROOK, pp. 359, Ithaca, N. Y., 1891.

ESTES, pp. 17, Skowhegan, 1892.

ESTES, pp. 401, Salem, 1894.

EVANS, pp. 107, Conway, N. H., 1893.

EVANS, see HODGDON.

FABENS, pp. 26, Salem, 1881.

FAIRBANKS, pp. 867-xci, Boston, 1897.

FAIRMAN, pp. 36, Palmer, Mass., 1898.

FARNHAM, pp. 91, Shanghai, 1886.

FARNSWORTH, pp. 122, Pawtucket, R. I.

FARNSWORTH, pp. 514, Manti, Utah, 1897.

FARRINGTON, pp. 24, Portland, 1880.

FARRINGTON, pp. 64, Portland, 1899.

FARWELL, pp. 254, New York, 1879.

FAXON, pp. 377, Springfield, 1880.

FELT, pp. 568, Hartford, 1893.

FELTON, pp. 260, Marlborough, 1886.

FENNER, pp. 43, Providence, R. I., 1886.

FENNO, pp. 11, Boston, 1898.

FENTON, pp. 34, Willimantic, Ct., 1867.

FERGUSON, pp. 10, Eliot, Me., 1899.

FERNALD, pp. 20, Concord, N. H., 1896.

FERNALD, p. 1, Boston, 1900.

FIELD, pp. 105, 1860.

FIELD, pp. 12-4, Albany, 1863.



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FIELD, p. 1, chart, Albany, 1863.

FIELD, pp. 1196, Chicago, 1901.

FILLOW, pp. 274, Albany, 1888.

FISHER, pp. 243, Troy, N. Y., 1890.

FISKE-FISK, pp. 654, Chicago, 1896.

FITCH, pp. 23, Boston, 1902.

FLETCHER, pp. 10, Lowell, 1898.

FOLLETT, FASSETT, SAFFORD, pp. 249, Columbus, O., 1896.

FOLSOM, pp. 297, Concord, N. H., 1882.

FORBES, FORBUSH, pp. 199, Chicago, 1892.

FOSTER, pp. 24, Boston, 1876.

FOSTER, pp. 32, Philadelphia, 1885.

FOSTER, pp. 384, Ithaca, N. Y., 1897.

FOSTER, pp. 26, Hartford, 1898.

FOWLER, pp. 247, Salem, 1883.

FRANCIS, pp. 17, Minneapolis, 1900.

FREEMAN, pp. 456, Boston, 1875.

FRENCH, pp. 109, Boston, 1893.

FRENCH, pp. 594-8, Boston, 1896.

FROST, pp. 27, Boston, 1851.

FRYE, pp. 4, Portland, 1891.

GARDINER, pp. 170, St. Louis, Mo., 1890.

GARDINER, pp. 29, Augusta, Me., 1898.

GARLAND, pp. 214, Biddeford, Me., 1897.

GATES, p. 1, chart, New York, 1896.

GATES, pp. 370, New York, 1898.


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