Thursday, December 19, 2019

1907 Photograph of the Grand Jury Panel of Washington County, Maine

1907 photograph, measuring 5" by 7", of the members of the Grand Jury of Washington County, Maine, taken in front of the Calais Court House.

The names of the men appear on an accompanying paper, image below, but only as a list, not matching names to faces.

If you recognize any of these men from your family photographs or research, please leave a comment or contact me directly, in the hope that the men can eventually be identified by face.


Grand Jury for Washington County, Impanelled October Term, 1906.
Clement B. Donworth, County Attorney
Elisha T. Holbrook, Foreman, Vanceboro
Scott P. Bradish, Clerk, Eastport
George P. Bogue, East Machias
Earl L. Bridges, Pembroke
Jotham S. Buzzell, Cherryfield
George E. Carle, Princeton
George B. Gray, Robbinston
Samuel W. Hill, Machias
John L. Norton, Jonesport
Elden N. Palmer, Machiasport
Walter D. Ramsdell, Harrington
Lester C. Selwood, Perry
Edmund B. Sheahan, Dennysville
Nathaniel A. Smith, Edmunds
George Stanwood, Steuben
John F. Tracy, Addison
Robert B. Tyler, Calais
Fred E. Wallace, Talmadge
Frank Whalen, Lubec

This photograph was taken in front of the Court House at Calais, Wednesday, April 24, A.D. 1907.  Juror Bogue does not appear in the picture, he having been unable to attend Court at the April Term on account of sickness.

Some of the towns mentioned

Sunday, December 8, 2019

Family Record Page of the Family of Aldridge Cobb Wiley & Maria Maud (Hammond) Wiley of Galesburg, Illinois

Family Record page, recording births and marriages, of the family of Aldridge Cobb Wiley and Maria Maud (Hammond) Wiley, who were born in New York and Ohio respectively and raised their family in Galesburg, Illinois.  Aldridge served as a Justice of the Peace.

Sadly, the page is long removed from any accompanying pages and the Bible that supposedly once contained it.  The entries contain mostly initials but enough clues are present to tease out the family's identity.

Entries:  Additional information found online is shown in italics

  • A. C. Wiley born Dec  - Aldridge Cobb Wiley
  • Maria Wiley born August 13th 1816 - Maria [Hammond] Wiley
  • S. J. Wiley, born May 15, 1837 - Sarah J. Wiley
  • H. M. Wiley, born July 18, 1839 - Helen Maria Wiley
  • W. S. Wiley, born January 29. 1841 - Walter S. Wiley
  • C. J. Wiley, born March 13, 1843 [could be March 18] - Cornelius Joseph Wiley
  • L. H. Wiley, born January 26, 1845 - Lewis Hammond Wiley - the entry appears to show S. H. Wiley
  • M. E. Wiley, born November 29, 1847 - Mary Emerett Wiley
  • H. W. B. Wiley, born May 22, 1850 - Henry Beecher Wiley, perhaps Henry Ward Beecher Wiley
  • W. T. Wiley [not sure of middle initial], born September 2, 1852 - William Theodore Wiley
  • A. M. Wiley, born February 8, 1858 - Ada Maria Wiley
  • C. H. Wiley, born October 12, 1860 - Charles Hurd Wiley
  • A. C. Wiley & Maria Hammond, October 6, 1836 - Aldridge Cobb Wiley & Maria Maud (Hammond) Wiley
  • H. M. Hurlbert & S. J. Wiley, April 2, 1857 - Henry M. Hurlbert & Sarah J. Wiley
  • C. J. Wiley & Angie Robertson, September 10, 1867 - Cornelius Joseph Wiley and Angeline Robertson, "Angie"
  • A. S. Musson & M. E. Wiley, November 3, 1868 - Anson Little Musson and Mary Emerett Wiley
  • L. H. Wiley & V. Williams, September 17, 1869 [or 1868] - Lewis Hammond Wiley and Virginia Williams - again, the entry appears to show S. H. Wiley
  • H. W. B. Wiley & Hattie Williams - Henry Beecher Wiley and Hattie Williams
  • W. T. Wiley & Mattie Rogers, January 27, 1876 - William Theodore Wiley & Martha Fidelia Rogers, "Mattie"
  • Noah Perry & Ada Wiley, May 16, 1877 - Noah Perry & Ada Maria Wiley
  • C. H. Wiley & - left blank - Charles Hurd Wiley & Ora Anna Evaline Roysdon

As noted above, the reverse has no entries.

If you notice errors or have information to share on the Wiley family, please leave a comment or contact me directly.

Family Record Page of Family of William Norcross (1807-1888) and Lydia (Forbush) Norcross (1810-1867) of Templeton, Massachusetts

Family Record page of the family of William Norcross (1807-1888) and Lydia (Forbush) Norcross (1810-1867) of Worcester County, Massachusetts.

Note that the dates in the Bible are a bit off from other dates found online.

Some towns where the family might have had connections:
  • Royalston, Massachusetts
  • Winchendon, Massachusetts
  • Templeton, Massachusetts

Sadly, the page was purchased long removed from any companion pages and the Bible that supposedly contained it at one time.  The reverse contains no entries.  If you think that I might misinterpreted a date or other fact, please advise.

  • William Norcross, born February 15, 1807 [or 1804); died September 20 [or 26], 1888 [not sure of date]
  • Lydia F. Norcross [Lydia (Forbush) Norcross], born December 18, 1810; died July 6, 1867

Their children:
  • Lydia Ann Norcross, born March 19, 1830; died January 11, 1897 - Lydia A. Patterson
  • Mary Jane Norcross, born August 15, 1834; died April 25, 1891; Mary Jane Lewis
  • Ellen Elizabeth Norcross, born August 7, 1837; died August 9, 1866. Ellen Elizabeth Martindale
  • Persis Gennett Norcross, born February 22, 1840
  • Leander Newell Norcross, born August 28, 1842
  • Charles William Norcross, born October 11, 1844; died October 10, 1846
  • Charles Heman Norcross, born March 13, 1847
  • Clarence Angelo Norcross, born June 23, 1850; died October 1, 1875

If you have information to share on the family of William Norcross and Lydia (Forbush) Norcross, please leave a comment or contact me directly.

Family Record Pages of Benjamin Franklin Cole and Alma Louisa (McKenney) Cole of Sebago, Maine - dates from 1852 to 1911

Family Records pages regarding the family of Benjamin Franklin Cole (1852-1910) and Alma Louisa (McKenney) Cole (1854-1911) of Sebago, Maine.

The pages were purchased long after removal from the Bible they were presumably in at one time.

The image above records their marriage on November 1, 1879 at Harrison, Maine, by Rev. L. W. Raymond.  It also shows their birth dates: June 27, 1852 at Sebago, Maine, for Benjamin, and September 28, 1854 for Alma.

Two pages for births:

  • Bessie Mabel Cole, born December 19, 1881 at Sebago; died March 21, 1903
  • Arthur Allan Cole, born July 10, 1883 at Sebago, Maine
  • Stella Lisette Cole, born October 8, 1885 at Sebago, Maine
  • Nancy Gertrude Cole, born July 15, 1887 at Sebago, Maine
  • Geneva Agnes Cole, born October 28, 1889 at Sebago, Maine; married September 14, 1908 in Portland, Maine, by Rev. Henry W. Hulbert, to Warren K. Webber of Portland
  • Frank Owen Cole, born April 8, 1891 at Sebago, Maine

One page of deaths:

If you have information to share on the family of Benjamin Franklin Cole and Alma Louise (McKenney) Cole of Sebago, Maine, please leave a comment or contact me directly.

1849 Engraving and Article: the Scythe Factory of Reuben Barnes Dunn at Dunnsville, North Wayne, Maine - from The Ladies' Repository

Engraving of the scythe mill owned by Reuben Barnes Dunn (1802-1889) at Dunnsville in North Wayne, Maine.

The engraving was "drawn and engraved expressly for the Ladies' Repository", for the April 1849 issue. See an image of the article page and a transcription farther below.

Dunn had purchased a small scythe factory at the site in 1840 and greatly expanded it over time. Later he would extend his interests into Oakland, Maine, and Waterville, Maine. Interestingly, the North Wayne Tool Company, previously named the Dunn Edge Tool Company, was still producing agricultural tools at Oakland, Maine, as late as 1967, when it closed its doors.

Dunn had many occupations and interests over the course of his life: teacher; country store owner; lumber dealer; manufacturer of agricultural implements; railroad developer; owner of cotton and woolen mills; state legislator; benefactor of the Methodist church, including Maine Wesleyan Seminary at Kents Hill and a term of 1877 to 1889 as a trustee at Wesleyan University at Middletown, Connecticut.

Reuben Barnes Dunn (1802-1889) was born at Poland, Maine, the son of Josiah Dunn and Sarah (Barnes) Dunn. Reuben's first two wives, who were sisters, died not long into their marriages; his third wife survived him. All three marriages produced at least one child.
  1. Emeline Davis (1807-1833)
  2. Eliza Davis (1813-1838), Emeline's sister
  3. Lydia Richardson Ayer (1816-1900)
Reuben's first two wives are buried in the Empire Cemetery at Poland, Maine; he and his third wife Lydia are buried in the Pine Grove Cemetery in Waterville, Maine.

The Maine Historical Society has a printed wood-cut portrait of Reuben Barnes Dunn and a broadside, written about the Dunn Scythe, to be sung to the tune of Old Dan Tucker.

Information about Dunn and his family appears in The Centennial History of Waterville, Kennebec County, Maine, Including the Oration, the Historical Address and the Poem Presented at the Celebration of the Centennial Anniversary of the Incorporation of the Town, June 23d, 1902, compiled by Edwin Carey Whittemore of the Centennial Committee, and published in 1902.

Transcription: - note: sythe is usually spelled as scythe


We offer this well-executed plate, not as a rare scene of beauty, but as a scene of rare interest to every reader, who looks with pleasure on the progress of our country.

Ten years ago, we had just spent four years within two miles of North Wayne, Me., now Dunnsville, where there was then an old mill and two or three old houses, all of them tottering to their fall. Last autumn we saw the spot again, and lo! a fine, thrifty, stirring town had risen up, and, in the the centre of it, an immense suit of buildings, with a score of furnaces belching their black smoke upward, with a score or more of trip-hammers thumping away, as if they intended to pound the world to pieces, and with hot metal sparkling, and water hissing, and grindstones humming, as no one can imagine without seeing them. As this sort of energy is the fittest emblem of our day and generation, and as there is, probably, no example of it superior to the one now given, in any part of the wide world, we take satisfaction in directing to it the attention of our readers. Let it be known then, to the fifty thousand who peruse these pages, that the scene here represented is the spot where stands the largest manufactory of its kind on earth!

We include in our list of patrons the wives and daughters of thousands of the intelligent tillers of the soil. We have before endeavored to serve their interests, by describing the great works at Pittsburg, whence many of the implements of husbandry come to the farmers of the west. We now permit them to look directly upon the chimnied workshops, where more of their sythes are manufactured than at any other place in any quarter of the globe; for this honor really belongs to our country, and to the town of which a partial view is here given.

Rev. M. Springer, formerly editor of the Maine Wesleyan Journal, after a recent visit to these mammoth works, gives an accurate description of them. We copy from his account the following particulars: "The system of division of labor has here been successfully adopted. First the welders mark and cut the bars of iron and steel in portions of suitable length for each sythe. A portion of iron about five inches or more in length is folded over another of steel, when both are heated and drawn to the proper length for a sythe. It then passes into the hands of the pointer, whose business is to harden, draw, and break a small portion of the point, to see that the steel has not been overheated - that the iron has not been drawn over the steel, and to examine the whole process thus far. The plater then spreads the rod to a proper width, leaving the full thickness at the back. It then passes a process of fitting for the machine hammer, when the finisher turns the back and gives its general shape. One fashions and finishes the point, another turns and finishes the heel, when it passes the hardening process by a different hand, from whom it is taken to the tempering forger, and then into the hands of the grinders.

"An experienced workman does nothing but carefully examine each sythe, and test the correctness of each process thus far, and every imperfect article is laid aside.

"The proprietor has been at great pains to manufacture a superior article, and no sythe is permitted to go into the market till it has passed the ordeal of two experienced and careful workmen, besides the examination of the general superintendent, whose inspection extends to every part of the establishment. This care has given to these sythes a celebrity which secures a ready sale for all that can be furnished. Extensive orders are now received from all western states, Canada, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. So great, indeed, is the demand, that the proprietor has not been able, thus far, to supply his orders. A silver medal was awarded him by the American Institute, for the most perfect specimens of his art, and he has received the first premium from the New York and other state fairs; never, in any case, having failed to received the first premium when his sythes have been exhibited.

"The establishment is now more than double the extent of any other in the world! It has rapidly grown to its present gigantic size by the indomitable enterprise and energy of its present proprietor, who, from small beginnings, has attained to wealth and deserved distinction as a public benefactor."

Time was when Mr. Dun was not worth a dollar. When we last saw him, he was sole proprietor of this vast establishment. So much for one man's energy!

If you have information to share on Reuben Barnes Dunn and/or his scythe works and other endeavors, please leave a comment or contact me directly.

1857 Receipt, Bucksport, Maine: Schooner Rattle Snake, James B. Parker, Charles Snowman, Ames Co.

Receipt dated October 16, 1857 at Bucksport, Maine, in regard to the Schooner Rattle Snake.  Nothing on reverse.

Which Schooner Rattle Snake or Rattlesnake this was, I don't know, but a Schooner Rattlesnake was active during the American Revolution.

Rec'd of Charles Snowman Nine dollars in full for Sch Rattle Snake.  Bill charg'd to Ames. Co.  James B. Parker

Charles Parker was presumably the Charles Parker (1818-1897), who gave his occupation as caulker in censuses of Bucksport, Maine.

James B. Parker, who had very nice handwriting, was possibly James Butler Parker (about 1794-1865), a ship carpenter at Bucksport, Maine, or another James B. Parker in the area, possibly James Ginn Butler Parker, a shipwright born about 1818.

The Ames Co. may have been the enterprise of merchant Joseph P. Ames (1820-1892) of Bucksport, Maine.

If you have information on the Schooner Rattle Snake or Rattlesnake or Charles Snowman, James B. Parker or the Ames Company, please leave a comment or contact me directly.

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

J. Low Elkins, possibly Dr. Joseph Low Elkins of Newmarket, New Hampshire

Photograph, long removed from an unknown publication, of J. Low Elkins, "a cousin of Sarah M. Page".

He may have been Dr. Joseph Low Elkins, whose necrology appears in Volume 26 of the New Hampshire State Magazine, 1899. The necrology notes that Dr. Elkins was born 19 November 1834 at Newmarket, New Hampshire, and attended Phillips Exeter Academy and Dartmouth College for undergraduate and medical training, where he graduated in 1859, with following courses at Harvard Medical School. He practiced medicine in Newmarket, New Hampshire.

According to his death certificate, Dr. Elkins was the son of Joseph Elkins and Lucy (Low) Elkins, of Gilmanton, New Hampshire, and Deer Isle, Maine, respectively. Dr. Elkins married Francena Dearborn, also a native of Newmarket, New Hampshire, in 1863. They had at least one child, George A. Elkins, born in 1868, who died of croup in 1871.

I'm guessing that Joseph Elkins Low (1847-1885) , buried in Deer Isle, Maine, was a cousin to Dr. Joseph Low Elkins. I'm not sure if Dr. Elkins' mother Lucy was born in Boxford, Massachusetts, or after her parents had relocated the family to Deer Isle. Her father, Nathan Low, Jr. (1765-1857), was a major in the Massachusetts Militia in the War of 1812, during which period Maine was not yet a State.

If you recognize the man in the photograph as Dr. Joseph Low Elkins or another person or can connect a J. Low Elkins to a Sarah M. Page, with Page being either a birth or married surname, please leave a comment or contact me directly.

Sunday, December 1, 2019

Paris, Maine, in the 1820 Census

Paris, Maine, in the 1820 Census

Click here to to return to the main page for the 1820 Census in Maine, which has links to the 9 Maine Counties then in existence and, from there, to the individual Towns of the County chosen.

Note: the 1820 Census lists the names of heads of households only; see the original sheets for a tally of everyone in each household by age range and gender.

Changes since 1820:
  • 3 lots set off to Norway in 1859 and partially reannexed in 1861
  • 2 lots annexed from Woodstock in 1825 and another in 1827, partly returned to Woodstock, with another piece, in 1841; a portion of the piece that was annexed in 1827, and subsequently returned, was again annexed in 1880
  • half lot set off to Oxford in 1838
  • part of Buckfield annexed in 1928
  • portion set off in 1957 to form town of West Paris

Enumerated population of Paris in the 1820 Census: Free Whites - 1888; Free Blacks - 6; Total 1894; 520 engaged in agriculture

Enumerator: Levi Hubbard

The enumeration of Paris consists of all or parts of Sheets 24-41 use the arrow at top left of each image to page forward.

The enumerator used phonetic spellings; be prepared to check over the entire list for the person you're researching, as different spellings may have affected alphabetization.

If you find errors or have information to share on any of the people listed below, please leave a comment.

Heads of Households; Sheet Number

Abiezer Andrews38-39
Alpert Andrews - possibly Albert Andrews28-29
David Andrews34-35
Edward Andrews38-39
John Andrews32-33
Asa Barrows38-39
Levi Rawson38-39
Allen Bartlett34-35
Amos Bartlett26-27
Josiah Bartlett36-37
Asa Barton24-25
Abijah Bates38-39
Asa Beane, Jr.32-33
Daniel Becklar26-27
David Bemis32-33
Jonathan Bemis24-25
Catharine Benson24-25
Joseph Benson40-41
Seth Benson34-35
Otis Bent34-35
William Bent34-35
George Berry36-37
Levi Berry36-37
William Berry36-37
Anthony Bessee32-33
John Bessee30-31
John Bessee, Jr.30-31
Joseph Bessee30-31
Warren Bessee30-31
Mary Bisco38-39
Richard Blake30-31
Stephen Blake28-29
Abraham Bolster28-29
David Bolster32-33
Isaac Bolster28-29
Isaac Bolster28-29
John Bonney28-29
James Bowker30-31
Alanson Briggs32-33
Jessee Briggs32-33
Simeon Briggs28-29
Thomas Briggs38-39
Luther Britt26-27
Martin Britt26-27
Rufus Britt30-31
Josiah Brown24-25
Amos Bryant30-31
Aradas Bryant28-29
Joseph Bryant28-29
Solomon Bryant26-27
Austin Buck26-27
Nathaniel Bumpus30-31
Phillip Caldwell28-29
John Carpenter26-27
Joshua Carpenter24-25
Sara Carpenter24-25
Ebenezer Cary40-41
Benjamin Chandler24-25
Josiah Chandler34-35
Reuben Chandler34-35
Peter Chase34-35
Thomas Chase24-25
Timothy Chase34-35
Nicholas Chesley32-33
Samuel Chesley32-33
Simeon Chipman26-27
Benjamin Chisley32-33
Ellis Churchell38-39
Perez Churchill30-31
Sprague Churchill32-33
Thomas Clerk24-25
David Clifford28-29
Nathan Cloutman28-29
Solomon Cloutman26-27
Jonathan Colbourn38-39
Calvin Cole32-33
Gasham Cole30-31
Jonathan Con36-37
Benjamin Cooper32-33
John G. Crafford; presumably John G. Crawford38-39
Thomas Crocker24-25
Daniel Cummings32-33
Isaac Cummings36-37
Jesse Cummings24-25
Jonas Cummings24-25
Jonathan Cummings24-25
Simeon Cummings24-25
Daniel Curtis36-37
Bartholomy Cushman30-31
Caleb Cushman36-37
Ebenezer Cushman30-31
Ebenezer Cushman38-39
Levi Cushman30-31
David Daniels28-29
Ebenezer Daniels28-29
James Daniels28-29
John Daniels28-29
John Daniels, Jr.28-29
Joseph Daniels32-33
Edmond Dean34-35
Edmond Dean, Jr.36-37
Noah Dean36-37
John Deering36-37
Samuel Deering36-37
Ebenezer Drake34-35
David Dudley36-37
Asa Dunham34-35
Eleazer Dunham36-37
Sebre Dunham36-37
Daniel Dunn38-39
David Durall28-29
Peter Durall32-33
Barzilla Dwelly32-33
Stephen Emory24-25
Isaac Estis36-37
Thomas Farrar32-33
Barnabas Faunce38-39
Galan Field34-35
Zebeon Fields34-35
Reuben Flavour32-33
Billing Fobes26-27
Daniel Fobes26-27
John Fogg34-35
Lewis Follet38-39
Jacob French38-39
Aaron Fuller34-35
Aaron Fuller, Jr.34-35
Caleb Fuller34-35
Isaiah Fuller40-41
Mark Furnal38-39
Moses Gammon28-29
Alpert Gates or Algert Gates, but perhaps Albert Gates28-29
Ebenezer A. Goss36-37
Gustavus A. Goss36-37
Abel Gossom34-35
John Gray38-39
Nathaniel Green26-27
Richard Green24-25
Ozen Gurney34-35
Samuel Gurney28-29
Abijah Hall28-29
Abijah Hall, Jr.26-27
Cyprian Hall26-27
Fradrick Hall28-29
Haven Hall30-31
Solomon Hall24-25
Cyrus Hamblin24-25
Benjamin Hammon30-31
Joseph Hammon30-31
Moses Hammon24-25
Samuel Hammon38-39
James Hanna40-41
Amariah Harris34-35
Hiram Hathaway26-27
Lazarus Hathaway32-33
Lazarus Hathway, Jr.34-35
Elexander Hill32-33
Henry Hill32-33
Thomas Hill26-27
Thomas Hill, Jr.28-29
Moses Hodgdon26-27
James Hooper26-27
Joseph Horsley34-35
Jacob Howe38-39
Levi Hubbard24-25
Russell Hubbard24-25
Joseph Irish36-37
Benjamin Jackson36-37
Calvin Jackson30-31
Jacob Jackson30-31
Joseph Jackson24-25
Josiah Jackson28-29
Lemuel Jackson36-37
Susan Jackson24-25
Sylvanas Jackson36-37
Tammy Jackson24-25
George King or George Ring26-27
Samuel King30-31
Asahel Kinsley30-31
Asaph Kittredge24-25
Edmond Knight28-29
Isaac Knight28-29
Isaac Knight, 2nd32-33
James Labarron32-33
Jacob Labroke38-39
Luther Lambert32-33
Francis Lane - not sure of given name40-41
Isaac Lane34-35
Samuel Larrabee36-37
Stephen Latham32-33
William Lethbridge30-31
Mary Libey38-39
Joseph Linsey24-25
Isaac Mann24-25
Nathan Marshal34-35
Silas Maxwell30-31
Daniel Maycumber24-25
McAllester - apparently no given name or MC Allester38-39
Alanson Mellen24-25
Isaac Merrill30-31
Jeremiah Merrill34-35
John Merrill34-35
Joseph Merrill34-35
William Merrill30-31
William Mixter or Miseter28-29
Seth Morse26-27
Seth Morse, Jr.32-33
Daniel Noble26-27
John Noyes38-39
Dennis Obrian40-41
Stephen Paine34-35
Elias Partridge26-27
Joseph Penley40-41
Asa Perry26-27
Caleb Perry34-35
Job Perry38-39
Joseph Perry32-33
Henry R. Persons26-27
Simeon Pirkins26-27
Daniel Pond34-35
Simeon Pond34-35
Charles Porter36-37
John Porter36-37
Benjamin Pratt32-33
Calvin Pratt38-39
Luther Pratt38-39
Nathaniel Pratt38-39
Abraham Pray24-25
Caleb Prentice30-31
Henry Prentice40-41
Dareus Prince26-27
David Rand38-39
Abner Rawson24-25
Artimus Rawson36-37
Ebenezer Rawson or Ebenezer Dawson32-33
Emmor Rawson36-37
Samuel Rawson24-25
John Rial32-33
John Rice36-37
Jacob Richards or Rickards or ?30-31
George Ring or George King26-27
Ransom Ripley28-29
Uriah Ripley26-27
Uriah Ripley, Jr.30-31
Sylvanas Robins38-39
Asa Robinson28-29
Joel Robinson28-29
Stephen Robinson28-29
Susan Robinson36-37
Jonathan Rowe36-37
Nathaniel Russell30-31
Abigail Ryerson26-27
George Ryerson24-25
Luke Ryerson26-27
William Ryerson26-27
Gilbert Shaw30-31
Javis Shaw36-37
Orin Shaw36-37
Solomon Shaw30-31
Alvin Shirtlief - not sure of surname30-31
Jonathan Shirtlief32-33
Isaac Smith30-31
Josiah Smith28-29
Josiah Smith, Jr.28-29
Nicholas Smith24-25
Nicholas Smith, Jr.24-25
Timothy Smith38-39
Mary Staples24-25
Samuel Stearnes34-35
William Stearnes34-35
Eleazer Stephens34-35
Cyprian Stevens26-27
Sally Stevens - not sure of surname, partially obscured32-33
Daniel Stowell28-29
Daniel Stowell, Jr.28-29
Elias Stowell26-27
Rufus Stowell26-27
William Stowell30-31
Joseph Sturdavant30-31
Joseph Sturdavant, Jr.30-31
John Stutson32-33
Caleb Swift36-37
John Swift36-37
Joseph Swift32-33
Abiather Tewell40-41
Ebenezer Tewell40-41
John Thurstin28-29
Isaac Titcomb40-41
Adna Triboo30-31
John Tuttle30-31
David Twitchell26-27
Jacob Twitchell32-33
Moses Twitchell26-27
John Valintine26-27
Micah Walker38-39
William Walker38-39
Benjamin Walton or Watton32-33
Simeon Walton or Watton38-39
Abijah Warren38-39
William Warren38-39
Stephen Washbourn34-35
Stephen Washbourn, Jr.34-35
Samuel P. Weeks28-29
John Weston26-27
Isaiah Whitamore36-37
John Whitehead32-33
William Whittemore38-39
Hannah Willis24-25
Isaiah Willis36-37
Patience Willis24-25
Bela Wiman38-39
Martha Winship34-35
Jacob Winslow38-39
William C. Witham36-37
Randal York36-37
Nathaniel Young, Jr.26-27

Paris, Maine, in 2019