Old Kittery and Her Families

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Press of Lewiston journal Company, 1903 - Kittery (Me.) - 822 pages
 

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Note: Chadbourne - index p814; Goodwin - index p815; Jonathan Hamilton - p127; Plaisted - index p818; Spencer - index p819; Hamilton line: p488-491.
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A very interesting and well written history. Not a lot about any one thing but enough to offer the hints and clues you need to complete your research. Hard to put down if you have any ties at all to early Maine. A great read and one that should be in your library if you are doing any family research. 

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Page 788 - 106 This book is a preservation photocopy. It was produced on Hammermill Laser Print natural white, a 60 # book weight acid-free archival paper which meets the requirements of ANSI/NISO Z39.48-1992 (permanence of paper) Preservation photocopying and binding by Acme Bookbinding Charlestown, Massachusetts o 1996 The borrower must return this item on
Page 210 - Linn, Boston, Roxbury, Dedham, and until these vagabond Quakers are out of this jurisdiction;— You, and every one of you, are required, in the King's Majesty's name, to take these vagabond Quakers Anna Coleman, Mary Tomkins and Alice Ambrose, and make them fast to the
Page 210 - tail, and drawing the cart through your several towns, to whip them upon their naked backs not exceeding ten stripes a piece on each of them in each town; and so to convey .them from Constable to
Page 252 - course of her life, very exemplary for unaffected piety and amiable virtues, especially her charity, her courteous affability, her prudence, meekness, patience, and her unweariedness in welldoing. She was not only a loving and discreet wife and tender parent, but a sincere friend to all her acquaintance.
Page 5 - You complain of your returnes; you take the coorse to have little. A plantation must be furnished with cattle and good hire-hands, and necessaries for them, and not thinke the great lookes of men and many words will be a means to raise a plantation. Those that have been heare this three year, som of them have neither meat, money nor
Page 5 - months, nor beare this four months, for I have for two and twenty months had but two barrels of beare and two barrels and four booshel of malt; our number commonly hath bin ten. I nor the
Page 210 - Coleman, Mary Tomkins and Alice Ambrose, and make them fast to the carts tail, and drawing the cart through your several towns, to whip them upon their naked backs not exceeding ten stripes
Page 11 - a good husband with his wife to tend the cattle, and to make butter and cheese will be profitable; for maids they are soone gonne in this countrie.
Page 210 - on each of them in each town; and so to convey .them from Constable to Constable till they are out of the jurisdiction,
Page 210 - jurisdiction, as you will answer it at your peril; and this shall be your warrant Per me Richard Walderne.

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