Records of Meduncook Plantation and Friendship, Maine, 1762-1899

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Other titlesMeduncook Plantation and Friendship, Maine, 1762-1899.
Statementtranscribed and edited by Melville Bradford Cook.
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LC ClassificationsF29.F87 C66 1985
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Paginationxiii, 136 p. :
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Records of Meduncook Plantation and Friendship, Maine; Transcribed and edited by Melville Bradford Cook. Captain Cook's "Records" include a wealth of birth, marriage and death papers and summaries of town meetings.

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The inhabitants of Muscongus and Medumcook Plantations, represent that the Courts are held in Frankfort,† now Records of Meduncook Plantation and Friendship the western part of the County, and that a great part of the people who attend there have to lodge on the floor, or in barns, or set up all night by the fire; and they ask that the Courts may be removed to near the centre of the County.

Lawry, Lincoln, Maine, United States First settled by as Meduncook Plantation. Abenaki Indians called it Meduncook, meaning "bay at the end of the sandbar.". The Maine Home Journal, ) Groves, Marlene A., comp., Vital records of Friendship, Maine, prior to the year (Rockport, Me.: Picton Press, ) >> Click Here to Support Maine Genealogy.

"Records of Meduncook Plantation and Friendship, Maine " by Melville Bradford Cook, lists Abraham's death Maine. A review of the Land Deed and Grant documents, Census Records, and military records reveal that John Sr.

did, indeed, live to raise his family, and probably died after and before 28 April "Records of Meduncook Plantation and Friendship, Maine " by Melville Bradford Cook, lists Abraham's death date. A review of the Land Deed and Grant documents, Census Records, and military records reveal that John Sr.

did, indeed, live to raise his family, and. Book - CAHC A comprehensive history of the town of Friendship, Maine (known as Meduncook Plantation) from the years Commentaries of town meetings, the people and the social and economic influences of the times are recorded and provide an accounting of the inhabitants of this small community.

According to Melville B. Cook's 'Records of Meduncook Plantation and Friendship, Maine ' the first recorded call for a town meeting was dated 16 November showing that this was one of the earliest plantations in this region.

The town was later incorporated as Friendship on 25 February Cook, Melville Bradford. Meduncook Plantation and Friendship, Maine - (Rockland, Maine: Shore Village Historical Society).

History of Friendship, Maine (A Gazetteer of the State of Maine; By George J. Varney, ): Friendship was a part of the Muscongus or Waldo patent, and the original deeds are from General Waldo.

The Indian and the plantation name of the town was Meduncook. The last notable attack of the Indians upon the settlements of Maine was in the fall of when the fort on Garrison Island was attacked by the savages who captured eight men but failed to take the stronghold.

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The Abnaki, Etcehemin and Mikmak have ever since been peaceful subjects. The early town records of Meduncook have been destroyed or lost. Melville Bradford Cook, editor, Records of Meduncook Plantation and Friendship, Maine, (Rockland, Maine: Shore Village Historical Society, ).

Meduncook Plantation was incorporated in as Friendship. Source: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Second Census of the United States, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, M Roll 6. Key to entries.

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Remember Me (lasts for 2 weeks, or until you log out). Records of Meduncook Plantation and Friendship, ME by Melville Bradford Cook The Town Register, Meredith, Tilton, Gilmanton, Gilford, Sanbornton, Belmont, New Hampton The Town Register Farmington, Milton, Wakefield, Middleton and Brookfield, by Mitchell.

Lobstenng and the Maine Coast. is a history of the lobster industry in the State of Maine. Although some information is included on the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, most of the book focuses on the period from the s, when lobsters were first supplied.

In Maine a plantation is a form of local self-government intended to help a town-sized area with a low population to transition toward full town status as they increase their population and government services.

Plantations do not have their own representative in the Maine legislature. Most have meetings and keep records of and plantations maintained records of their citizens.Vital Records of Old Bristol and Nobleboro in the county of Lincoln, Maine, including the present towns of Bremen, Damariscotta, South Bristol and the Plantation of Monhegan to the year Vol.

1 -. William Jr's eldest son, Martin, was an early settler of Saco, Maine, and stayed there until the end of his life, but his three sons, Samuel, Paul, and Alexander eventually moved north and settled the town of Friendship (which was formerly known as Meduncook Plantation).

Their children were early settlers of Thomaston and Rockland.