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41, 44, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 99, 100,

101, 102, 103, 113, 289; 2. 42an; 3.

284; 5. 325; 6. 174, 176, 179, 180;

7. 143, 153; 8. 341; 9. 104, 312, 313,

314, 327. Hazel nuts, 3. 302.

Hazeltine, Timothy, settled at Buxton, 2. 139; came from Bradford, 2. 139; mentioned, 4. 244.

Heacock, Stephen, commander of the Blossom, 5. 135.

Head, see Heard.

Heald, Bridget, daughter of Ephraim, 4. 368.

Bridget, wife of Ephraim, 4. 346,

368, 369. Eleanor, 4. 368.

Major Ephraim, 4. 346, 347, 368,

369, 398, 399. Ephraim jr., 4. 368. Mehitahle, 4. 368.

Heard, Daniel, 7. 285. James, military officer of Kittery, 1.373; signed the petition to Cromwell, 1. 395. John, sued by Godfrey, 9. 316n. Warwick, killed by Charles Frost, 1. 368; 3. 16.

Hearne, Nicholas, biographical notice of, 3. 212.

Heath, the Rev. Asa, 3. 165. Expedition, the, 7. 91n. Joseph, grant of land to, 2. 204; reason of the grant, 2. 204; mentioned, 2. 205; 4. 281. Capt. Joseph, sent a letter to Gov. Dummer, 3. 407; letter in full, 3. 408-409; destroyed the fort at Penobscot falls, 7. 4, 86; interrupted the negotiations for peace, 7. 86; mentioned, 3. 433, 434, 440; 4. 170; 7. 5. Lieut. William, 1. 500, 524.

Hebrew, the, 1. 415.

Hebron, 2. 127, 145; 4. 303, 304, 336, 359, 360, 388, 389, 403; 5. xl. Academy, in high repute, 6. 371; incorporated, 8.169; land granted to, 8. 169; funds raised, 8. 169; opened, 8. 169; preceptors of, 8. 169, 170; benefactors of. 8. 170; semi-centennial of, 8. 170; described, 8. 170; mentioned, 6. 369.

Heckewelder, the Rev. John, 1. 412; criticised, 6. 216; his Narrative of the United Brethren cited, 6. 213, 216, 217, 223, 225.

Hector, the, 8. 122.

Hedge, the Rev. Frederic H, 6. 363.

Heffer, Andrew, 3. 83, 232.

Hegon, John, 3. 357.

Heights of Abraham, 1. 520; 7. 295.

Heison, Ralph, 1. 226n; 3. 110.

Hellgate, 6. 289; 7. 299.

Helmstadt, the University of, 5. 404.

Hemmenway, the Rev. Moses, graduated from Harvard College, 1.340; minister at Wells, 1. 340, 348; 4. 243; died, 1. 348, 349; his long pastorate, 1. 348; mentioned, 2. 141, 142;4.244, 255,256, 265, 273;7. 219; his Sermon, 4. 360, 361, 362, 363,364, 365, 366, 367, 368,369,372.

Hemmingway, Charles, 5. 439.

Hemp, 2. 98; grown in New England,

6. 328.

Henchman, Major , 5. 396.

Hender, , 9. 358, 359.

Henderson, Dunbar, erected a blockhouse near George's river, 5. 367n; Indians lurking around his house, 5. 368; married the Widow Dunbar, 6. 20.

Hendricks, Capt. William, 1. 500, 516, 524.

Hengstenberg, Ernst Wilhelm, 7. 432.

Hening, William W., his Statistics of Virginia cited, 7. 129n, 130n.

Henniker, N. H., the Rev. Jacob Rice preached in, 4. 280n.

Henrietta Maria, the province of Maine supposed to have been named for, 2. 58an; that not a correct statement, 3. Sin.

Henry 1, of England, 4. 239. 11, of England, 7. 141n. 1n, of England, 6. 149. 1v, of France, gave a patent to Du Monts, 1. 25, 27; 5. 309, 322, 325; 7.27; confirmed the grant of Pontrincourt, 8. 321, mentioned, 9. 97, 99.

v1, of England, 6. 149.

v11, of England, 2. 14a; 6. 142, 149;

7. 380; 9. 310n.

V111, of England, 2. 18a; 6. 150; 9. 358.

the Rev. Hugh, preached in Scarborough, 3.158; was a Scotchman, 3. 159.

John Joseph, with Arnold 1. 501; in the exploring party under Steele, 1. 503; born at Lancaster, 1. 503; at Detroit, 1. 503; his experience in the wilderness, 1.503; joined the troops, 1. 504; a biographical notice of, 1. 530-531; mentioned, 1. 506, 507n, 508, 509, 512, 513, 514, 515, 516, 517, 522, 525, 527, 528.

of Guise, 9. 99.

W., father of John Joseph, 1. 503, 530.

Herbert, Simon, 8. 51.

Hercules, the, employed at Richmond's island, 1. 56; 6. 138; sent to England with freight, 6. 537.

Herculesin, the, 1. 234n.

Herman, John, in the Black Point garrison, 1. 227n; 3. 110. Nat., 4. 281.

Hermans, James, fined for beating

his wife, 1. 377. Hermanus, the, 5. 24. Hermon, owned by Gen. Knox, 9.232. Heron lake, 4. 108. Herrera, Anthony, 2. 9. Herrick, Benjamin, 2. 264.

Ebenezer, 8. 174.

Capt. Israel, 5. 367, 370.

Jacob, 2. 117, 119, 121.

, inn-holder at Lewiston, 4. 378,

403.

Herrings, abundant, 3.92; taken and cured on the Sebasticook, 4. 317, 354.

Herrin-Hog, 3. 91.
Hersey, Amos, 2. 123.
James, 2. 125.
Nat., 4. 363.
Noah, 2. 114.
Hethersaw, Robert, indicted and

fined, 1. 372. Heyer, Conrad, 5. 409; death of, 6.369. Heylin, Peter, his Cosmography cited,

7. 99n, 100n; 8. 319, 320, 331. Heyman, Samuel, 9. 34. Heyson, Matthew, in the Black Point

garrison, 1. 226n; 3. 110. Hibbard, James, 2. 221.

the, Rev. , 4. 330.

Riberniae, 6. 123, 124; see Ireland. Hibernia, the, commanded by Capt. John O'Brien, 2. 248; captured the Gen. Pattison, 2. 248. Hickford, John, lived at Black Point, 3. 83; an extravagant story concerning, 3. 89-90. Hieroglyphics used by Indians, 1.425;

on belts, 1. 425-426. Higgins, Edmund, 3. 204. Deacon Edmund, 3. 212. Dr. Edmund, married Anne Swanton, 3. 212; his children, 3. 212. estate, the, part of the Cammock

patent, 3. 212. farm, formerly Capt. Boaden'sfarm,

3. 16n, 226. Fergus, 3. 16n; biographical notice

of, 3. 212. Philip, 2. 213; served in the Continental army, 2. 214. Capt. Samuel, 3. 212.

Mrs. , 2. 212.

Higginson, John, purchased land of Nicholas Bartlett, 1.117; sold the same to John Smith, 1.117. Stephen, his daughter married the Rev. Ichabod Nichols, 5. lvii.

, married Dr. Nichols, 5. lvii.

High island, 5. 301.

street, Bath, 2.219; Portland, 6.132. Hight, George, biographical notice of, 3. 212.

Highways, ordered to be made, 1.165; laid out, 1. 242, 244; to the mill, 1. 246; in Bath, 2. 219; Scar

borough presented for not mending, 3. 78; the seashore used for, 3. 128; obliterated in thirty years,

3. 166-167; of the Indians, 8. 215; of the sea, 9. 10.

Higon, anecdote of his son, 1. 304;

captured and sent to Falmouth,

1. 288-289. Hill, Daniel, 3. 178, 180. Isaac, 4. 20.

Jacob, 2. 121, 122, 126, 127.

Japhet, 3. 178, 180.

Jeremiah, at the battle of Bunker

Hill, 2. 139. John, lived at Portsmouth, 1. 230n,

306; married Sarah Brackett, 1.

230n, 306; signed the petition to

Charles 11, 1. 402. John, committee on the French

Neutrals, 6. 342, 343. Capt . John, 4. 138-139, 212. Ensign John, 3. 137. Gen. John, 9., 34n. the Hon. John, 3. 176n. Jonathan, 1. 333. Judge ——, 2. 202, 218; 8. 285. Mark Langdon, 2. 210; 4. 7; 5. 415

419; 8. 284. Obadiah, 3. 180.

Peter, 1. 541; a member of the Ligonia Assembly, 1. 99.

Roger, signed the petition to Cromwell, 1. 395.

Samuel, 3. 180.

Major Samuel, 2. 140.

Thomas A., 6. 41; 8. 452.

Valentine, 9. 376, 377, 379, 382.

of Biddeford, 4. 293.

Hiller, Joseph, signed the treaty of 1713, 6. 254; autograph of, 6. 254.

Joseph jr., signed the treaty of J717, 6. 262; autograph of, 6. 262. Hillman, the Rev. , of Livermore,

4. 340. Hillsborough, 8. 460.

county, 2. 144, 145. Hilton, Benjamin, of Starks, 4. 312, 343, 357, 399.

Benjamin, of Wiscasset, captured by Indians, 4. 345; carried to Canada, 4. 345; his father and brother killed, 4. 345.

Edward, sent to America by Gorges and Mason, 1. 35; commenced a settlement at Dover, 2. 79n; patent granted to, 9. 366.

Elizabeth, 4. 399.

Francis, 1. 372.

Jonathan, 4. 397.

Joseph, 4. 367.

Mehitable, 4. 399.

Susanna, 4. 343.

William, sent as agent to America, 1. 35; a grand juryman, 1. 371; his wife accused of disturbing the peace, 1.372; commenced a settleHilton, William—continued.

ment at Dover, 2.79n; mentioned, 9. 382.

Lieut. , of Wiscasset, 4. 399.

, of Piscataqua, 5. 205.

Hincks, the Rev. Edward Y., 8. 417,

420, 421. Hingham, England, 1.408. Mass., the Phippens in, 1. 113n; Cade and Cady a common name in, 1. 129; home of George Bramhall, 1. 307-308; home of Samuel Lincoln, 1.408; home of Abraham Jocelyn, 3. 68n; mentioned, 2.145;

3. 217; 4. 272, 386; 5. lxii; 7. 407. Hinkley, Capt. John, killed, 2. 215.

Miller, killed, 2. 215.
Thomas, 9. 29.

Judge, , 6. 72, 161.

Hinks, John, signed the petition to

Mass., 5. 240. Hinkson, Peter, in the Black Point

garrison, 1. 227n; 3. 83, 110. Hinsdale, 4. 262, 263, 264. Daniel, agent of the first woolen

mill, 4. 54, 55, 57. the Rev. Ebeneser, preached to the Indians, 4. 141, 143.

Col. , of Deerfield, 4. 262, 264.

Madam , of Deerfield, 4. 263.

Hiram, 4. 276; 6. 41.
Hiroons, 2. 67; see Hurons, the.
Hiskett, John, 9. 64.
Stephen, master of the Blossom, 5.
136.

Hispaniola, Acadians went to, 6.343n; mentioned, 9. 13, 57n.

Historical Magazine, the, 6. 182n; 7. 480, 481; 8. 404. Societies formed in various states, 2. 10a; the first in the United States, 4. 5. works relating to Maine, 1. 5.

History, the beginning of the study of, 2. 60; records not saved, 2.7a; attempts to preserve the materials of, 2. 7a-9a; societies formed, 2. 10a-11a; how to reach a good understanding of, 5. 141n; the object of, 7. 120; the landmarks of are not always startling events, 7. 163; romance in, 8. 277.

Hitchcock, D., on the Lord's Supper,

4. 337.

Richard, lived at Saco, 1. 185; an action brought against, 1. 185; signed the petition to Cromwell, 1. 394.

Dr. , 5. xviii.

Widow , forbidden to marry, 1.

372-373.
Hoar, Samuel, 5. li.
Hobbowocko, definition of, 3.19n.
Hobby, Wins, 2. 210.
Hobart, Bishop, 2. 11a.

Dudley, 2. 210.

Hobson, John, 2.138, 141.

Capt. , 2. 27, 29.

Hocamock point, 7. 259. Hodgdon, 7. 5. Hodge, Dr. Charles, 6. 29. Michael, probably a descendant from Richard Tucker, 1.64n; executed a deed to Phineas Jones, 1. 64n, 128n.

Nicholas, probably a descendant from Richard Tucker, 1. 64n. Hodgedon, John, died, 1. 333.

Joseph, sold land to James Mariner, 1. 248, 313; granted land at Nonsuch point, 1. 252; lived on the Neck, 1.321; moved to York, 1. 321.

Hodgkin, Moses, 2. 212.
Philip, 2. 212.

Hodsdon, Gen. Isaac, 8. 77.
Jer., signed the petition of 1672 to
Mass., 5.240.

Hog island, given to Cleeves and Tucker, 1. 66, 150, 543; sold to Thomas Kimball, 1. 124, 150; resold to Edward Tyng, 1. 124, 150; within the limits of ancient Falmouth, 1. 145; owned by Eunice Willard, 1. 150; occupied by Philip Lewis, 1. 150; origin of the name, 1. 150n, 151n; mentioned, 1. 42, 149, 149n; 2. 85n; 5. 442; 9. 315n.

Holbrook, Jesse, 2. 212.
John, served in the Continental

army, 2. 214. Capt. , 7. 14.

Holden, 2.251, 252. , of Otisfield, 4. 359.

Holderness, the Earl of, 2.77; 8. 220.

Hole, John, signed the petition to Charles 11, 1. 401.

Holland, many political treaties formed in, 1. 403; attempt to interest the English refugees in American colonization, 2. 41; coinage of found near Castine, 6. 122; war with England declared,

7. 140, 140n; mentioned, 4. 4; 6. 331, 332; 7. 25, 137, 137n, 151, 410;

8. 200.

the king of, 8. 46, 47, 48, 49, 53, 58, 61, 92, 93, 100, 102, 104, 105.

park, 8. 16; surveyed lands in Bangor, 9. 232, 233; surveyed other towns, 9. 233.

Mr. , 1. 382.

Hollanders, the settled on Hudson river, 2. 40; bentits they derived from colonization, 2. 60. Hollis, 2. 138, 140, 141, 142: 3. 218; 4. 104, 243, 276n, 27 tn; 7. 222.

Thomas, 6. 331.

Hollister, Edward, teacher in Lincoln Academy, 8. 166. Holman, John, lived at Casco bay, 1. 236n; lived at North Yarmouth and Purpooduck, 1.321; witnessed the signature of Bramhall, 1. 556; lived at Holman's point, 2. 171; mentioned, 2. 172; 4. 339. Thomas, married Hannah Turner,

1. 315; lived at Rehoboth, 1. 351. Holman's point, now Prince's point,

2. 171.

Holmantown, the Rev. Paul Coffin in, 4. 339; named for John Holman, 4. 339.

Holmes, Dr. Abiel, letter from John Farmer cited, 2.131; his American Annals cited, 2. 32; 3.59n; 5. 179; 179n, 200n, 215n, 235, 281, 282n, 292n, 296n; 6. 11 0n; 8. 233; 9. 311n, 312n; this French Protestants, 1. 277. Benjamin, 3. 180.

David, killed at Falmouth, 1. 295n. John, 4. 7; 5. xxxvii, xlii, xliii,

xlviii; 6. 364, 365; autograph of,

1. 307. Capt John, 4. 211.

the Hon. John, corporate member of the Maine Historical Society, 1.11; first representative of Maine in Congress, 9. 169; mentioned, 4. 58; 8. 16, 396, 410, 415; 9. 173.

Mrs. John, 4. 58.

Joseph, of Cambridge, purchased land of Francis Neale, 1. 250n; mortgaged the same to Joshua Scottow, 1. 250n; lived at Casco, 1. 250n, 321.

Joseph, of Machias, 3. 179, 180.

Oliver Wendell, 8. 441.

Sir Robert, drove the Dutch from their conquest in Africa, 7. 139.

Samuel, 3. 180.

Thomas, had a saw-mill at Quamphegan, 1. 269. Holt, James, 4. 281. Holton, Isaac, teacher in Berwick

Academy, 8. 162. Holy Cross College, 6. 203, 356, 362. Cross settlement, Champlain at, 7. 251; now Neutral or De Monts' island, 251; site of the first attempt to settle the coast of Maine, 7. 251. League, the, 9. 99. Honduras, bay of, explored, 2. 14a. Honewell, see Hunnewell. Honeywell, Ambrose, signed the petition to Mass., 5. 240. Richard, in the garrison at Black Point, 1.227n; signed the petition to Mass., 5. 241. see also Hunniwell. Honfieur, 7. 249, 293, 314; 8.323. Hood, Robin, see Robinhood.

Thomas, 8. 476. Hook, 4. 305, 306. the, 7. 279, 281, 384n

Hooke, Francis, lived at Saco, 1. 177, 265; appointed a justice of the peace, 1. 177, 185; administered the estate of Samuel Maverick, 1. 182n; lived at Kittery, 1, 185; treasurer, 1. 265; held a court at Wells, 1. 267; abused by Joseph Winnock, 1. 375; councelor, 1. 376, 381; magistrate for Saco, 2. 63fj; mentioned, 3. 58, 157; 9.376.

William, an associate, 1. 46; counselor, 1. 73n, 88, 364; 5.214; home of, 1. 88n; married Eleanor Norton, 2. 50; witnessed the delivery of the grant to, Shurt, 5. 214; sued by Godfrey, 9. 309n; mentioned, 9. 314n, 317.

Alderman , 9. 314.

Hooker, the Rev. John. 4. 26». Hooper, the Rev. William, 4. 303, 338; 7. 222, 225.

the Rev. , of Boston, 6. 192.

, orator at Harvard College, 4.

268.

Squire , 5. xxiv.

Hoosack, definition of, 4. 115.

Hoosatunnuk, a poem by the Rev. William Allen, 5. xlvii.

Hope, 4. 327n; 9. 81.

the, at Townshend, 6. 162.

Hopehood, attacked Salmon Falls, 1. 297; captured and sent to Falmouth, 1. 288-289.

Hopewell, the, commanded by Lawrence Sluce, 5. 136.

Hopkins, James D., 5. xxv, xxxiv, xxxix.

Hopkinsians, the, 4. 316, 342, 348, 368,

399, 401; see Hopkiutonians. Hopkinson, Lieut. John, 4. 245, 275,

284, 289, 290; 5. xlviii. Hopkinton, 5. xxiii. Hopkintonians, 2. 223, 225, 226; see

Hopkinsians. Hops, abundant, 3. 305, 307. Horkett, William, signed the petition

to Cromwell, 1. 395. Horkridge, Abel, signed the petition

to Mass., 5. 241. Horman, Philip, lived at Falmouth, 1.

320.

Hornby, Capt. James, married Mary

Munjoy, 1. 256. Home, John, 1. 504. Horney Pond Brook, 4. 289. Hornibroke, John, affidavit of, 5. 62

63.

Horse Beef falls, 2. 148. block, use of, 2. 185-186. neck, 2. 145. • Horseshoe-crab shells, used in cultivating maize, 7. 261. tails, used to tip arrows, 3. 99.

Hosack, Dr. , 2. I la.

Hot spring near Jocelyn's house, 3. 67-68.

Hough, Dr. Franklin B., discovered
the Pemaquid Papers, 5. lxxi his
edition of the same, 5. 1-138;
Pemaquid and Its Relation to Our
Colonial History, 7. 127-164.
Houghton, 2. 209.
Levi, 2. 204.
Lord, 6. 331.

K. B., 8. 31, 40, 41, 43, 78; 9. 171. Hounds, used in scenting Indians, 8. 276n.

Hounslow, Edward, in the Black Point garrison, 1. 227n; 3. 110.

Houper, , 9. 351.

House island, within the ancient limits of Falmouth, 1.145; early used by fishermen, 1. 151; one quarter owned by John Breme, 1. 151; Simjfcon Penley had aright on. 1. 151; George Munjoy purchased an interest in, 1. 151; Munjoy's heirs now hold it, 1. 151; still used for fishing stages, 1. 151n; part of owned by the United States, 1. 151n; given to Mary Munjoy, 1. 255; formerly Munjoy's island, 1. 225n, 257; mentioned, 1. 42, 149, 149n; 2. 85n.

Houses built to preserve the architecture of the garrison houses, 8. 279.

Housing, Peter, married Sarah Cloyes, 1. 156; gave bonds for Julian Cloyes, 1. 189; killed, 1. 190n; his property, 1. 190n; part of his estate sold by his widow, 1. 190n, 244n; lived at Falmouth, 1. 215; his petition cited, 1. 310n; his mother sold land to John Gustin, 1. 310; connected by marriage with John Cloice, 1. 310; lived at Presumpscot, 1. 320. Peter jr., petitioned to Gov. An

dross, 1. 190n. Sarah,gave evidence against Thomas Cloyes and Abigail Williams, 1. 189; mentioned, 1. 190n.

Houssatonnoc, 4. 129, 143.

Houssatonnocs, the, 4. 123, 127, 133, 137, 142.

Houston, George Smith, 5. xxxvii.
Samuel, 4. 324.

Sarah, daughter of Samuel 4. 324.

Sarah, wife of Samuel, 4. 324. Hovey, the Rev. Isaac, 4. 270; 7. 219.

, of Falmouth, 3. 160n.

Howard, Anne, married Edmund Gorges, 2. 66a.

Asaph, 2. 123, 124.

Brothers, the, 8. 275n.

family, settled in Warren, 6. 21.

Capt. James, in command at Fort Winslow, 1. 603n; 8. 283, 283n; became a judge, 8. 283n; mentioned, 5. 417; 7.184, 287; 8. 421, 474.

John, his daughter married Sir Edward Gorges, 1. 109; 2.66a.

Joseph, a lawyer in Limerick, 1.329n.

Judge Joseph, 4. 109, 275,283; on the definition of Indian terms, 4. 109, 110, 114-117.

N. G., teacher in Farmington Academy, 8. 171.

Robert, notary public, 1.126n; autograph of, 1. 127.

Capt. Samuel, married Sarah Lithgow, 5. 418, 421, 423; 8. 278, 283n, 287; in command at Fort Western, 5.366n, 368; his hospitality, 7.415; a coasting captain, 8. 283n; of the firm of S. & W. Howard, 8. 283n; mentioned, 4. 283n.

S. & W., traders at Fort Western, 8. 283n.

Sarah, married Thomas Bowman,

5. 422-423. William, 4. 283n.

Lieut. William, at Fort Halifax, 8. 278; went on an errand to Gov. Pownell, 8. 283n; son of Capt. James, 8. 283n; brother of Capt. Samuel, 8. 283n; one of the firm of S. & W. Howard, 8. 283n; in the general court, 8. 283n; in the Bagaduce expedition, 8. 283n; died, 8. 283n.

Wilson, 4. 283n.

, of Canaan, 4. 370.

, of Sebasticook, 4. 352.

Howchins, Christian, signed the petition to Charles 11, 1. 401. Howe, John, 9. 3.

Gen. Sir William, 1. 521; 3. 197.

Capt. , sent to join Col. Noble,

8. 128; wounded, 8. 141, 145, 146; treacherously killed, 8. 146; mentioned, 8. 133, 136, 137, 110, 143. Howell, David, 2. 292; 4. 233; 8. 12.

John, in the Black Point garrison, 1. 227n; 3. 110; purchased the Shaw estate, 3. 26; lived at Black Point, 3. 83, 119.

Morgan, his will proved, 1. 99n; lived at Cape Porpus, 1. 100n, 185; submitted to the jurisdiction of Mass., 1. 100n; an action brought against, 1. 185; appointed to settle the dispute about a boundary line, 1. 301; a grand juryman, 1. 371; signed the petition to Cromwell, 1. 395; mentioned, 1. 99. Housatonick mountain, 4. 264. Hubbard, Dudley, 5. xxiv; 6.364; 8. 414.

James 2. 119.

Jeremiah, 1. 352n; preached at
Wells, 1. 346; his salary, 1. 346;
Account of Wells, 1. 330-361.

the Rev. John, 4. 263.

Capt. Jonas, 1. 500, 525.

Nathan, 4. 56.

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