- Augustus Burbank - perhaps Dr. Augustus Hannibal Burbank (1823-1895) or relative
- Charles Deak
- B. F. Doughty - presumably Frank's father Benjamin Franklin Doughty (1814-1893)
- Frank Newell Doughty (1854-1931), Highway Surveyor of Cumberland, Maine; signatures
- Lula Jordan Doughty (1884-1967); Frank's daughter who is likely the author of the scribbling and doodling throughout
- Joseph Drown
- Joseph Harris (1828-1905), Selectman of Cumberland, Maine, his signature twice
- Reuben Hoyt - perhaps Reuben Hoyt (1801-1885), whose second wife was Mary Jane Sweetser
- E. G. Reed - perhaps Eliphalet Greely Reed (1833-1905)
- N. M. Shaw, Selectman of Cumberland, Maine; his signature twice - presumably Nelson Merrill Shaw (1836-1921)
- Albert A. Sweetser - Albert Augustus Sweetser (1849-1918)
- M. P. Sweetser - Marcellus P. Sweetser (1847-1932)
- Silas Swett - possibly Silas Noyes Swett (1830-1925)
- Archie Wyman - perhaps Archie B. Wyman (1858-1929)
Saturday, January 8, 2022
1883 Highway Surveyor's Book of Frank Newell Doughty (1854-1931) of Cumberland, Maine
1883 Highway Surveyor's Book for District 4 - Frank Newell Doughty (1854-1931) of Cumberland, Maine.
See more images at the end of this post.
The booklet measures approximately 6-3/4" by 4-1/4" and contains information about the highway tax and the work provided by residents in lieu of the their tax.
The booklet also contains the signatures of Selectmen:
Frank's daughter Lula Jordan Doughty (1884-1967) apparently found the book in the next decade or so and wrote her name on one page and is likely the person who scribbled and doodled throughout. Lula would marry Perry Dexter Burnell.
Mentioned in the booklet, some multiple times
If you have corrections and/or alternate identities for any of the people mentioned, please leave a comment for the benefit of other researchers.