History of Thomaston, Rockland, and South Thomaston, Maine: From Their First Exploration, A. D. 1605; with Family Genealogies, Volume 2

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Masters, Smith, 1865 - Rockland (Me.)
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Page 223 - This gentleman, who with his brothers has attained to so many offices of trust, writes to the compiler that "we, the Farwell boys, had no advantages, only a common country school education, of from six to twelve weeks in a year ; we had to haul the wood, cut it, and take care of a large stock of cattle, and, at the same time, travel more than a mile to school over the coldest of all hills to the old log school-house with its rock chimney where the schools were, for the most part. kept.
Page 217 - 48. 8, Lydia W., b. March 21, '19 ; r. Th. Capt. William's ch. 1, Charles, (natural or adopted,) b. Nov. 19, 1794 ; was a mariner, entered the US Navy, became a gunner, and is supposed to have died in the service. 2, Hon. Beder, b. Sept. 14, '03 ; m. Nancy F. King, p. Aug. 4, '32; r. Th., Judge of Probate for Lincoln county, 1856, the first chosen by the people ; magistrate, administrator, &c. 3, Hannah Thorp, b. June 24, '05 ; m. Ebenezer Mclntyre ; r. Warren. 4, Seba, b. Sept. 1, '07 ; r. Th.,...
Page 264 - I ) unbar, succeeded to the estate, and was commander of the garrison there in 1766 ; r. & d. C. His ch. were — 1, Capt. Robert, m. Jane Young; r. Pleasant Point, followed the sea, was at St. Domingo at the time of the conflagration, and, after years of adventure, was drowned near home, on a tishing excursion, in 1812.
Page 336 - H., b. ab. 1858. MOSMAN, Aaron, b. Oct. 22, 1757, in Sudbury, Mass., came and settled south of Chickawauka Pond, where he had grist and other mills; was a rev. soldier; m. Hepzibah Hosmer, May 28, 1782, 2d, Sarah Gardner, June 16, 1814; and d. Nov. 27, 1840, aged 83. His ch. by 1st wife. 1, Hepzibah, mar. Nathaniel Packard ; r. and d. Rock. 2, Capt. Reuben, m. Margaret Studley of Wai, pub. Jan. 31, 1808 ; r. Cam. and Rock., rem. and is supposed to be dead. 3, Marv, m.
Page 312 - Rock., a lime burner. Their ch. 1, Edward, b. ab. 1841 ; r. Rock., a clerk, &c. 2, Ellen, b. ab. '48. 3, Albert C., b. ab. 1856. LOVEJOY, John, b. 1778, in Andover, Mass. ; c. to reside in what is now Rock., May 6, 1803 ; m. Eliza Little of Newburyport, p. Sept. 22, 1807 ; was long one of the active business men and merchante of Rock., & d.
Page 315 - Voder-land., from whence his letters were published in the Lincoln Miscellany, and re-published by several principal papers in the State; — one paragraph of which gives these impressions of the home of his ancestors. "Germany is a strange country With all its abundance of literature, and the prevalence of education, with, also, freedom of religous opinion, it is far from being a. free country. The people are despotically ruled by great or petty Princes, and have only here and there a mock form...

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