Circa 1890s photograph of students at the Maple Point School in Robbinston, Maine. Handwriting on reverse mentions "Misses Sadie and Lillian G. Daggett, South Robbinston, Washington County, Maine, P.O. Box 71". Unfortunately, assuming that these two girls are in the photograph, no positioning is given.
Sadie May Daggett married twice; first, to Nathan C. Stanton, son of Jonathan William Stanton of South Thomaston, Maine; second, to Albert Ford Merrill, Jr., son of Albert F. and Abbie (Littlefield) Merrill of the Waterville, Maine area. She was Albert Ford Merrill's third wife. Albert died in 1949 and Sadie in 1974.
Albert Ford Merrill, Sr., was the son of Nathan Libby and Elizabeth (Wiggin) Merrill, New Hampshire natives. In 1930 they moved to Corinth, Maine, where their seven children, including Albert Jr. were born. The Merrills were involved in lumbering and mills in the Portsmouth, New Hampshire area and then in Penobscot and Kennebec Counties in Maine. In the mid 1860s, after some years back in New Hampshire and then in Bangor, Maine, Nathan and Elizabeth Merrill settled in Newport, Maine, where they died in 1887.
Lillian Gertrude Daggett married Earl J. Hancock, son of James and Cora Hancock, of the Waterville, Maine area. They had at least two children. In the 1930 Census, Lillian's mother Harriet is shown living with them in Waterville.