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Furmer H. Eaton Jr. 5,369.80

Furmer H. Eaton Jr. 28.05

Howard B. Eaton 937.50

James S. Eaton 1,700.00

Josiah Eaton 8,241.44

Leslie A. Eaton Jr. 141.90

Ralph C. V. Eaton 2,057.00

Ralph D. Eaton 15.00

Ronald M. Eaton 7,242.40

Thomas A. Eaton 1,191-30

Thomas H. Eaton 8,338,21

Carol Ann Emidy 109.75

45



Page 2-Payrolls

Roland A. Emond Sr. . 8,460.18

Charles H. Felch 350.10

Christine T. Felch 15.00

Everett H. Felch 8,185.04

Ralph E. Felch 78.00

Roland L. Felch 4,179.86

Wayne D. Felch 263.20

William E. Felch 10,080.36

Edwin E. Follansbee 9,762.10

Florence Follansbee 13.20

Harold E. Follansbee 1,790.40

Arnold S. Fowler Jr. 8,042.14

Clarence G. Fowler 8,755.40

Gary K. Fowler 646.50

Herbert E. Fowler 400.00

John B. Fowler Jr. 8,382.90

Oliver W. Fowler 400.00

Richard L. Fowler 4,690.68

Robert W. Fowler 8,860.36

Wilbur Fowler 7,925.34

Milton D. Gillespie 173.40

Lydia M. Gould 1,159.73

Nona E. Griggs 507.85

Bernard E. Gynan 1,317.30

Florence D. Haley 875.01

Harold Hewlett Jr. 250.00

Kathleen Hickey 19.25

Alfred C. Janvrin Jr. 3,091.48

Alfred C. Janvrin Sr. 52.80

Ernest D. Janvrin Jr. 9,338.60

Frank B. Janvrin 75.90

Frank E. Janvrin 8,518.30

Harold N. Janvrin 1,918.95

Helen L. Janvrin 5,548.12

Martin P. Janvrin 8,641.20

Martin P. Janvrin 776.00

Walter Janvrin Jr. 864.90

Joseph Jones 16.50

Russell C. Jones 48.00

Ernest L. Knowles 1,624.70

Frances W. Knowles 282.99

Franklin W. Knowles 5,896.40

L. Raymond Knowles • 3,534.60

Warner B. Knowles 8.923.20

William A. Knowles 200.00

Horatio C. Lattime 8,981.80

Clyde F. Littlefield 1,889.80

Walter R. Littlefield 892.30

Robert Locke 356.60

Leo D. MacDonald 48.00

Aristotle T. Markos 1,177.80

John Marshall 2,046.45

Derryl K. Metcalf 78.88

46



Page 3-Payrolls

Betty C. Murphy 103.19

Louis T. Nardello 59.50

Arland J. Nedeau 58.50

Margaret A. Nedeau 6,519.75

Lawrence O'Brien 8,125.05

Carol L. Perkins 1,013.54

Douglas H. Perkins 9,723.80

Earl S. Perkins 400.00

Harry Perkins Jr. 26.40

Joseph Perkins 200.00

Lloyd N. Perkins Jr. 26.40

Rayenold F. Perkins 2,114.20

Russell W. Perkins 8,482.50

Carroll Pineo 250.00

Gary M. Pitts 60.30

Louis J. Promise Jr. 1,060.50

Austin C. Randall 3,907.20

Austin C. Randall 344.52

John L. Randall 756.15

Robert P. Read Jr. 168.88

Barbara L. Richardson 3,606.28

Dean E. Richardson 277.20

Jacqueline W. Salvatore 83.51

Ernest B. Sanborn 5,433.50

Ernest B. Sanborn 267.00

James W. Sanborn III 105.60

Peter A. Sanborn 300.00

Willis A. Sanborn 403.00

Dorothy Small 48.00

Samuel Small 48.00

Virginia L. Small 6,997.80

Robert L. Taylor 608.25

Tristram H. Walton 4,125.30

Deborah S. Watts 115.77

Eugene Welch 26.40

John A. Hell Jr. 2,616.90

George Austin Weare 6.60

Elmer Stetson 6.60

Walter I. Randall 1,200.00

Gross Payrolls $377,202.64



INTEREST

$49,000.00
Paid to the Hampton National Bank 25,643.40

Overdraft $ 2,932.33



47



ART. 37 CENSUS

Appropriation $4,500.00

Expenditures :

Comerce S.E.S.A. 1,706.00

Payroll 914.28

The Daily News 51.47

Total expenditures $2,672.75

Balance $1,827.75

ART. 29 BUCKET TRUCK

Appropriation $1,800.00

Paid to:

The Exeter & Hampton Electric Co. $1,800.00

ART. 24 TOWN PIER

Appropriation $3,000.00

Expenditures :

Russell Janvrin 56.00

Gene's Atlantic Station 20.90

lafolla Construction Co. 2,291.35

Homer A. Johnson 117.25

Total Expenditures ■ $3,233.80

Overdradt $ 233.80

ART. 30 DUMP STUDY

Appropriation $9,500.00

Expenditures :

N. E. Waste Treatment $6,300.00

Frederick B. Felch Sr. 550.00

Total expenditures $6,850.00

Balance $2,650.00



48



TOWN OF SEABROOK
STATEMENT OF TOWN CLERK'S ACCOUNTS FOR FISCAL
YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1974

MOTOR VEHICLE PERMIT FEES:

$82,282.60
DOG LICENSE FEES:







1


,636.00


FILING FEES:








TOWN ELECTION






46.00


STATE ELECTION






14.00


RECOUNT






10.00


PLANNING BOARD


FEES:




85.00


RESIDENT TAXES:




5


841.00




$89


914.60



RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED
V,|RGINIA L. SMALL, TOWN CLERK



48A



1974
REPORT OF THE WATER DEPARTMENT

During the year, 227,106,080 gallons of water were
pumped, showing a decrease of 38,386,300 gallons from
previous years.

Industrial and Commercial usage dropped 26,636,390
gallons from the previous year.

33 new services were added to the system during the
year.

New pipelines were installed on Folly Mill Road and
Centennial Street. One new well has been installed and is
expected to be operating before summer this year.

We want to thank you for the co-operation shown
during the summer months for limiting outside use of water.



Respectfully submitted,

Douglas H. Perkins

Foreman

Water Department



49



TOWN OF SEABROOK
WATER DEPARTMENT

Summary of Receipts , Expenditures and Proof of Balance

Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1974

Receipts During Year:

Water Sales $ 96,667.80

Installations 1,501.23

Sale of Materials 492.52

Gas Tax Refund 104.35

Repairs to Hydrants 244.85

General Aluminum Corporation 466.86

Hydrant Rental 50,000.00
Reimbursement to Town from

Special Water 60,140.72

$ 209,618.33



Expenditures :

Salaries $ 38,666.74

Electric 13,811.45

Gasoline 1,261.40

Telephone 706.93

Materials 19,850.28

New Equipment 13,236.68

Fuel (Station & Shop) 807.17

Repairs to Equipment 1,066.25

Contract Services 9,162.35

Postage 438.58

Rent, Dues, Shares, Petty Cash 1,214.67

Interest & Bonds 38,800.00

Whitman & Howard, Inc. (Special Water) 79,604.54

$ 218,627.04



50



SEABROOK WATER DEPARTMENT
PROOF OF BALANCE

Balance January 1, 1974 $ 22,231.67

Receipts during year 209 ,618.33

Less checks returned and abated

Plus redeposits and void checks
Expenditures during year



231^


,850.


.00


8,


,599.


.50


223


,250.


.50


8


,637,


.35


231


,887,


.85


218


,627,


.04



$ 13,260.81



Balance in Hampton National Bank

as per statement December 31, 1974 $ 49,748.54 OD

Add deposits of:- 2,324.63

62,472.60
892.09
104.35



16,045.33
Less outstanding checks 2 , 784.32



$ 13,260.81



51



TOWN OF SEABROOK
WATER DEPARTMENT
BALANCE SHEET
December 31, 1974



ASSETS

Accounts Receivable
Unmetered
Metered
Installations
Sale of Materials



$ 31,161.75

2,196.89

1,243.07

750.63



$ 35,352.34



52



SEABROOK POLICE DEPT .
REPORT FOR 1974

1973 1974

2873 3901 Investigation, complaint and assist-

ance calls.

271 293 Ambulance calls-includes medical assists

19 50 Motor vehicles stolen

21 38 Motor vehicles recovered

759 Persons summoned, notified or cited
885 Total charges against above figure

246 276 Motor vehicle accidents

27 Motor vehicles injuries

1 Motor vehicle fatality

107 202 Felonies reported

34 37 Felony arrests

27 9 Missing persons reported

COURT RECORD

770 Misdemeanors
24 18 Felonies

53 31 Juveniles brought before tfie Court

$26,834.00 Fines assessed for 1974

Respectfully submittec}
Rayenold F. Perkins, Chief



53



SEABROOK FIRE DEPT. AMBULANCE REPORT FOR 1974



Anna Jacques Hospital 9

Anna Jacques Hospital to home 1

Assistance to person at Weare Apts. 1

Beverly Manor Nursing home to home 1

Call for ambulance - took no one 2

Concord Hospital to Seabrook Beach 1

Exeter Hospital 30

Exeter Hospital to home 2

Exeter Hospital to Seacoast Nursing Home 1

Exeter Hospital to Goodwin Nursing Home 1

Goodwin Nursing Home to Rockingham Home 1

Home to Seacoast Regional Counseling Center, Portsmouth 1

Logan Airport to Seabrook Beach 1
Rockingham Nursing Home to Professional Building,

Hampton, and back to Rockingham Home 1

Seabrook to Baker Building, Boston, Mass. 1

Seabrook to Lawrence General Hospital 1

Seabrook to Seacoast Nursing Home 1

Seabrook to Maiden, Mass. Hospital 1

Seabrook to Portsmouth Hospital 1

V. A. Hospital, Manchester, N.H. 4

There were a total of 62 runs.



Respectfully submitted,

Horatio C. Lattime
Fire Chief



54



1974 Report of Fire Dept. Calls

Acid Tank explode 1
A. D. T. '3

Baby locked in car 1

Barn 2
Just before and just after Halloween for
a total of 18 runs

Boat in trouble 1

Bomb Scare 2

Boiler trouble 7

Brush 6

Buildings 15

Cimarron Apts . 8

Car Accidents 5

Car engine overheated 2

Car fires 28

Cargocaire Sprinkler 1

Cat locked in trunk 1

Dryer 1

Duck blind 1

Electric meter 5

Electric wire 1

Fire place . 1

Forrest Hills Store 1

Gas can 2

Gas wash down 9

Glue kettle 1

Grass 31

Grease on stove 2

House trailers 5

K. J. Quinn Sprinkler 2

Live wire down 1

Lobster trap 1

Locked out of Apt. 1

Lost child .1

Mattress fire 1

Medical aid rescue 1

Oil burners 3

Ornsteen Chemical Sprinkler 1

Pine Crest Shore Apts. 1

Restaurant 1

Road flare 1

Sanitation truck 1

Saw Mill 1

Sheds 5
Station coverage while ambulance was

out on a run 1

Stove fire 1

Toaster 1

Tractor fire 1

Transformer 1

Trash 9

Tree hut 1



55



Page 2 — 1974 Fire Dept. Report

U. S. M. Bailey Division 11

Welpro Shoe alarm 1

Woods 35

Woman stuck in mud 1

False alarms 41

Chief call to send help to other Depts. 15

Of the following calls there were 119 box alarms and 161
still alarms for a total of 280 runs.

Assistance called to help local Dept. 4



Respectfully submitted

Horatio C. Lattime
Fire Chief



56



SEACOAST HOME HEALTH ASSOCIATION

1973—1974

SEABROOK

Fiscal Year 1971-71 1972-73 1973-74

Total calls 3886 4206 4775

Seabrook 1185 1235 1431

During fiscal year July 1, 1973 through June 30, 1974, 1431 calls
were made in Seabrook. Of these calls 447 were made free of
charge or at a reduced fee. It is agency policy to scale fees
or provide service on a no charge basis to those patients unable
to pay. In addition to skilled nursing care, the services to
our Physical Therapist were utilized by several Seabrook residents

Currently 195 children from Seabrook are being followed at our
Well Child Clinic. They receive physical exams, immunization,
counseling, blood tests, developmental screening, urine tests
and vision and hearing tests. We also had a Dental Clinic
for those children who are in our Well Child Clinic which in-
cluded cleaning, topical fluoride treatment and dental health
teaching.

In addition to the above mentioned programs , monthly visits are
made to those persons who are included in the State TB programs
to observe for any adverse reactions to their prescribed medi-
cations and to assist them in making appointments for adequate
follow-up care.

We are also involved with the Aftercare program in conjunction
with the Seacoast Regional Counselding Center. Patients who have
been discharged from New Hampshire Hospital are followed, appoint-
ments are made for them to be seen at the counseling center
for medication reviews and additonal assessment and much
emotional support is given to both the patient and family.

Referrals are made to appropriate agencies when the need arises.
Some of the resources we frequently use are the Family Plan-
ning Clinic, Crippled Children's Clinic, Pediatric Cardiac
Clinic, Child and Family Services, Welfare, Legal Aid, etc.



Doris Gardner
Nurse Supervisor



57



FACT SHEET FOR 1974

CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES
of N.H.

SEACOAST REGIONAL OFFICE



WHO:



WHERE:
WHEN:



WHY:



Seacoast Regional Office of Child &. Family Services
of N.H. serves the Seacoast Area of Rockinging
County and Durham in Strafford County. We are
members of Family Service Association of America
and Child Welfare League of America. Our Staff all
Master of Social Work degrees.

We are located at 24 Front St., Exeter. Tel. 772-3786

Families are in crisis turn to us for counseling be-
cause of marital discourd, uneasy parent-child
relationships, conflicts in adolescence, unwanted
pregnancy, or any other problem.

Our counseling practices insure concern and confiden-
tiality. We are available when people are upset.
By working with whole families we help members to-
ward better communication. We also see people
individually and we use the group method whenever
it seems likely to be most helpful.



In Seabrook we worked with 11 families this way in 1974



58



HIGHWAY SAFETY COMMITTEE
REPORT FOR 1974

The Smithtown Rotary was finally completed as to directional
signs, norht and south, yield signs to slow up merging
traffic, and the elimination of unsafe cross traffic at
Folly Mill Road .

The 55 M.P.H. State Limit sign at the entrance to New
Hampshire on route 1, was eliminated because of the
confusion it created with the 35 M.P.H. regulatory speed
on this road.

The "RADAR CONTROL" program got under way officially with
the placing of the State "SPEED CONTROLLED BY RADAR"
signs by Bill Felch's boys. Placing ot these signs,
legalizing the use of the Radar equipment, brought the
State Police into the program of controlling speeds by
electronic scanning.

The Safety Committee worked with the officers of the new
Seabrook Bank in an attempt to ease the unsafe conditions
existing at the Post Office — Railroad Avenue — Lafayette
Road conflict. The architect, with assistance and ideas
from the committee, have in effect, created the basis for
a nice appearing and relatively safer intersection. The
single entrance/exit to both the post office and the bank,
together with traffic light control at the Railroad
Avenue - Lafayette Road intersection will once and for all
solve 4 or 5 major "neighborhood complainst".

Once again the Safety Committee provided refresher course
for Police Officers using the new American Red Cross
Ambulance Course. With the assistance of Lt. William
Sullivan of the Hampton Fire Department several officers
were brought up to date in the use of "Cardiopulmonary
Resuscitation", better known as "CPR" , or attack on heart
attack victims.

During "Summer '74" the traffic lights at Washington
Street - 286 "froze" with the green lights in the east-
west direction, and red on Washing Street direction, and
usually this occurred during the week-end heavy traffic
periods. The Committee requested State Traffic Division
to re-do and modernize these controls. The lights
having failed at least 16 times during the worst of traffic
loads created an "emergency" and the State was able to
change the entire system immediately.

All road painted signals and guides were renewed, and
several new ones added at our request.

STOP, YIELD and CAUTION-CHILDRED signs as well as NO
PARKING were placed as State Regulations indicated. Roads
that have suddenly become quite active have received the
CHILDRED signs especially.



59



page 2 - Highway Safety Report

9. Project 107, both at the track entrance and the Route 95
exit and entrance ramps, the problem of lighting is still
with us. Officers on Traffic duty at these ramps have
asked for better illumination to safeguard their traffic
control positions. Flood-lights have been tried as well
as other forms of illumination. However, these requests
are being followed up, new methods will be tried, but at
the moment the requests are not entirely consistent with
good engineering practice.

10. It should be mentioned that the Safety Committee had been
successful in obtaining a grant of $2,500.00 to be used
as a Traffic Control cruiser funding base, like amount to
be raised by the Town. The Town pays full price for its
cruisers. This Federal Type Standard cruiser would have
saved 507o. It was unfortunate that we lost the use of
this "handout".

Seabrook folks in great numbers have co-operated with
our safety efforts, and to those who have died safety
hazards to our attemtion, to those who have gone out of
their way to commend improvements, and especially to
those who have accepted our safety admonitions and made
them their driving guids , our sinderest thanks.

Respectfully ,

William Felch, Highway Supt.
Richard P. Beckman, for Schools
Robert Tiffany
Rayenold F. Perkins, Chief of

Seabrook Police Dept.
C. Wendall Lever, Chairman
Seabrook Highway^ Safety
Committee



60



SUMMARY

OF
WARRANTS



(For Currari: Year's Levy)

SUI- StaiY OF U,:'JgliUJTS

PROPERT Y . RESIDENT /:JTD YIELD TAXEE

LaVY OF 1974

- DR. -



faiccs Coromi tCed to C oll actor :

l-'rop"^i-ty Taxes

Resident Taxes

National Sanl; Ctock T'xcc



■" • •3^>iJ.0'.00
' • * • O'.OO



Total Ur.rrants
2lcl T.-res ....



^ l,597ji|29.96



Added Taxes:



Propju-ty laxGG $ . . ^/SSCT.OO



Resident Taxes



Over payments Durlr.;?: Year :



.2,723*68



a/c Property Ta::es Jaopardy .Ags^gs, $ iu83

a/c Resident Taxes ♦ . . . .0.»00

i|.83

Inte rest Colle cted on Dellnquen': Property Taxes 0»00

Penalties Collected on Resident Tcxes . .IJiltOO



TOT/i DI'BITG



RemittT-nces to Trcp-sure'r:



$.1,^00, 563.91



Property Taxes $ .l»2i].].,§i)5»63

Resident T^xes ;L7., QO.0.00

Ifetional Bank Stock Taxes .0.00

Yield Taxes $6i|-.l^.i|

Interest Collected P'OO

Penalties on Resident Taxes . j-M-J- ^QO _^„ , _^

C J».258, 651.07

Discounts Allowed ^'^^

Abatements i-Iade Dtirin;-; Year :

Property Taxes . . . 2., 65,9. 36

Residev-it Taxes 3.0.00

Zield Taxes P-^0



,2,689.36



Unc o 1 1 cc ted Ta;:cs - December 31, 19 74 :
(As Per" Collector's List)



Prooertv Taxes ? . .3.21,.^3.3.ij8

Resident Taxes 17,690.00

Ylpld Taxes ' 0.00

. .339^223.118

TOr^L CREDITS $ l,.690,^63.91



62



- 2 -

SUifrM.Y OF WARRANTS
PROPERTY, RESIDEI'Tr AI'M YIELD TAXES
LEX'Y OF 1973



April 17
U. icol lj cted Taxes - As of gj(t>agQtXK. 1974 :

Prooerty Taxes $ .217> 1.72.^1

Reside.it Taxes . .3,Q.20>P ^

J^)&J30(!mSK $ ?'^P>^'52,91

National iiank Stock Taxes 8.50

A'idod Ta-:as:



Property Taxes $

Resident Taxes



0,00
6*26.00



620,00



Overpaymei'ita :



i/c Property Taxes Qash 9n Hand , . $ , . .91+9.69



i/c Resident Taxes



.00



Interest


Collected i


on


Del


inquen;


; Proper


■tv


Tr-


:es














Pena!


[ties Collected


or


I R.2


sident


Taxes


,



. 11^ 5,70.711
.99.00



TOTAL DEBITS



,9lj.9.69



11,669.71+
•////. $ 233,^^0.81+



- CR. -

Remittances to Treasurer Durln;^, Fiscal Year

Ended December 31, 1974 : Cash on Hand 91+9.69

National Bank Stock Taxes . t, / -,T§*rP
Property Taxes $ .<iiD^ ,-i-i-O.UM-
Resident Taxes 99Q.P0

Y;eld Taxes • ^.PO

Intcx-est Collected Durir.':- Year il*57Q.71+

Penalties on r.esident Taxes . . . .9J..0 , „

$ §29,.936^37

Abatements Ma da D uring Yea r :

Property Taxes $ . . . 6t^k»l\7

Resident Taxes O.PO

Yield Taxes • ■ . O.P O



Un collected Ta;:BS - DecGin'oer 31, 1974:
(As Per Collector's List)

Property Taxes $ . . . . O.PO

Resident Taxes . .2^6^59.0



.051^-1^7



2, ,6 50,, 00



Tor/.L CREDITS $ 233,.^40..8U



63



Smm -T.Y 0? WARRANTS
PROPERTY, RgSIDLTMT AIID YIELD TAXES

Levies of 196« to 1972



April 17, 1971+
Jncollecte d Taxe s - As of yJtowycraOJyX-y^Tjfef

PropGi'ty Taxes $ . .9 ,.09^1^ ^2

Rasid'-ic Taxes O^QO

Yield Tsxes 0^ QO



$ .9*091+.. 82



AcMed Tar.c-is:



Property Taxes
Resident Taxes



0.00

.o..qo



O.OO



Overpayments :



a/c Property Taxes $ . . . .0.»Q0

a/c Resident Taxes . . . .0.»QQ



Interest Collected on Delinquent Property

- ^f^^^s $ . . . 28.22



Penalties Collected on Resident Taxes



0.00



- CR. -

Remittanc e s to Treasu r er During Fiscal Yea r
Ended Oe c ember 3 1 , 197/-^ :



Property Taxes

Resident Tcx^s

Yield Taxes

Interest Collected Durins Year
Penalties on Resident Taxes . ,



31 3.. 90

0,00

■ 0.60

28*.22
,0.90



.0..Q0



28.22



TOTAL DEBITS $ . '^.*l^^'.'^^



$ . .3ll2..12



Abatements ilads Durin;"; Year:



Property Taxes $ . . . ^^-'^^

Resident Taxes Q»?0

Yield Taxes . . . . Q'QQ



I+7..5O



Uncollected Taxes - Dece.iiber 31, 1974 :
(As Per Collector's List)

Property Taxes $ . .8i733»'j-2

Resident Taxes . . . . Q«9

~~ .8»733»4 2

TO'TAL C_REDITS $ . ?»P-2.3fOi|

64 =====



Smt-IARY OF TAX SALEG ACCOUNTS
FISCAL YEAR EIOTED DECEtffiER 31, 1974
- DR. -
- Tax Sale on Account of Levies of:



Previous

1973 1972 1971 Years

v-a) Balaace of Unredeemed'.

Taxes of 3QBOe:fX^V":i9^ $ . . . . $2l^,.9Q5i.73 $ Iv3s7?5..58$1^.0»0p8..66

April 17, 197U o , ,^

(b) Taxes fold to Town During' °^^^ Payment 8li|.65

Current Fiscal Year . . . 5'+#3L58»33 ....

Interest Collected After Sale , . .73.97 . .8^7*99 . .6^9..16 .2,2^5..97

Redemption Costs . . ],36»05 .... .... ....

TOTAL DEBITS $ 5i|^5.65.35 $2.6,.5§8^37 $\U,I+;l^.7U<; 142,2714. 63



- CR. -

Remittances to Treasurer
DurinR Year :

Over Payment Slip. 65



Redemptions $ .S^$3h'h^ $1.0x22l|..93 $ .3,9.76.53^ .5,3.23ol5

Interest £: Costs After Sale . .2.10.02 . .8^7.. 99 . .689.. 16 .2,265.97

39U,.16 . .6,84.314- . .6.21.35

0.00 OoOO 0.00



Abatements Durin.q Year 0,00

Deeded to Tox.m Durinp, Year . . . 0.00

Unredeemed Taxe s -

December 31. 1974 .... l|-8., 823.93 ^X-t,



TOTAL CREDITS .... $ 5^.»568.35 $26,^



286.6U ^9,061^.73 ^Ij-, 061^ .16



588.37 $ lU,l|-.lli.7l4$ 1^2,271^.63



65



TOWN OFFICIAL'S SURETY BONDS
American Fidelity Company
1974



NUMBER



AMOUNT



TAX COLLECTOR

Florence D. Haley 33-09-88

TOWN CLERK

Virginia L. Small 33-09-88

TREASURER

Lydia M. Gould 33-09-88

SELECTMEN'S CLERK

Margaret A. Nedeau 33-09-88

CLERK OF WATER DEFT.

Barbara L. Richardson 33-09-88

TRUSTEE OF TRUST FUNDS

Gary K. Fowler

Stanley A. Hamel

Raymond C. Sturgis
TAX COLLECTOR

Bessie S. Adams 33-09-88

TOWN OF SEABROOK FOOD STAMP PROGRAM

36-05-50



33-


-40-


-75


33-


-40-


-75


33.


-40-


-74



$108,000.00

108,000.00

108,000.00

7,000.00

7,000.00

2,000.00
2,000.00
2,000.00

108,000.00
10,000.00



66



PROPERTY OWNED BY TOWN
ACQUIRED THROUGH TAX COLLECTOR'S DEEDS



TAXED TO:



DESCRIPTION



Walter H. Clark
Joseph Delong
Albert Dow, Hrs.
Edw. L. Perkins, Hrs.
Jacob Smith, Hrs.
Edith Thurlow

Willard Fowler, Est.
Wm. Fowler, Hrs.
D. Geo Jewell
Dr. E. B. Goodall
Julia Hodgekins
John Moody
Albert Merrill
Est. Ellen O'Connor
Elbridge Steven
Charles Sullivan
Howard Towle
Geo. Walton, Est.
Theresa Walton, Est.
William Dow, Est.
Thomas Charles, Est.
Chas. W. A. Lamprey
Chas . Brewster, Hrs.
Harrison L. Eaton
Ruth Short
Effie Bagley , Hrs.
Susan Sibley, Hrs.
Dennie Laimard

Emily Smith, Hrs.



James Smith Hrs.

Ethel Thurlow
Harry Evans

Geo. Locke, Hrs.
N. B. Pevear, Hrs.

Jerome Evans, Hrs.

Donald Clark

Ethel Souther

Phillip or Phyllis Dagget

Elbredge Felch, Hrs.



"certain parcel/tract of land

4% a. Marsh

Marshland

3% a. Marsh

la. Boynton land

3a. Dow wood

% a. Marshland

Marshland

Marshland

% of 2 a. Marshland

5a. Perkins woodland

7 a. land

3% a. Marshland

3 a. Flats

3% a. Stump & Woodland

Marsh & Spreading place

3/4 a. land

Marshland

Land

Marshland

1 a. land

Eaton land

1% a. Tract land

7 a. Tilton land

14 a. Marsh

7a. Marsh

1 a. Fowler marsh

3-2 a. pes. Marshland

7 a. Collins woodland

4^ a. Sprout

la. Jay Wood Ih a. Lock

Tillage, % a. Value, Cross

Land , Ih Perkins Marsh ,

3 a. Gills Rock Land

h a. Woodland, 2 a. Dow land

k a. Stump

3 a. Dow Wood, h, a. Marsh

9 a. Marsh, 10 a. Marsh

4a. Marsh

2 lots, % a. Stumpland

2 a. Chast Stump, 11 a. Fogg

Woodland

Evans Stump & Pond Woodland

Janvrin Land

Eaton land

River St. Ld.

Sprout Land



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George Chase



Joseph Comley , Hrs .
Dominic Coppola
Benjamin Gove, Hrs.
Walter Morrill, Hrs.
Jonathan Walton, Hrs.
Wm. H. Walton, Est.
Joseph Til ton, Hrs.
Albert Flannagan
David Gove, Hrs.
Josiah Chase, Hrs.
J. Smith Chase, Hrs.
John N. Walton, Hrs.
Carlene Perusse
Grace Evans, Hrs.
Fannie Fowler, Hrs.



28 rds. Cradle Land, 1 a.

Felch Stump Land, Eaton

homestead land, 3 a. (2 pes)

Marsh, 3% a. Dow Island,

1/3 only deeded.

7 a. Marshland

Frances Eaton land &. bldg.

3/4 a. Marshland

12 a. Marsh (6 pes)

% a. Rowe land & Homestead

Marshland & Philbrick

4a. Marsh

Lt. 52, Seabrook Beach

Sanborn School , Land/Gldg.

Flats

Gove Marshland

Marshland

Store Building

Homestead

Land, Worthley Ave.



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