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History of Woodstock, Me: With Family Sketches and an Appendix (Classic Reprint)
William B. Lapham
No preview available - 2015
Aaron Abigail afterwards Alden Chase April August Benjamin Berry Bethel Betsey Billings Bisbee born Bowker Bridgton brother Bryant's Pond Buckfield bushel of corn Caleb Capt Charles Cole County road Cummings Daniel daughter Davis December district Ditto Dixfield Dudley Dunham Eliza Falling trees farm father February Fuller George George W Gore Greenwood Hannah Hauling Hebron Isaac Jacob Whitman James January Joel Perham John Jonathan Jonathan Cole Joseph Josiah July June Kimball land Lapham Lewiston llth lot number Lucy Lurvey Luther Briggs Luther Whitman Lydia March married Mary Mass Merrill Chase Michael Little mill Minot moved North Woodstock Norway November October Oxford County Packard Paris Pinhook plantation Poland Polly Portland resides Rowse Bisbee Rumford Sally Samuel Sarah second wife September settled settlers Sidney Perham Solomon Bryant Stephen Chase Sunday Swan Swan's and heard Thomas Thurlo town voted West Paris William William Swan wood
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