Lincoln County, Maine


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John All, late of Boothbay. Samuel McCobb, of Boothbay, Adm'r, 24 Sep., 1771. [I, 233.] Israel Davis and John Murray, sureties. Inventory by Jeremiah Beath, Thomas Boyd and William Fuller, all of Boothbay, 8 Oct, 1771, £770 : 16:9. William McCobb and Andrew McFarland, commissioners to examine claims. [I, 253.]
(Source: Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

William Allen
, late of St Georges. Hugh McLean, of St. Georges, Adm'r, 24 Aug., 1763. [1, 35.] Inventory by Moses Copeland, Alexander Kellock and Samuel Gillchrist, all of St Georges, 24 Sep., 1763, £50 [I, 37] Alexander Kellock, Moses Copeland and Alexander Larmond, all of St. Georges, commissioners to examine claims. [I, 37.] Account filed 22 July, 1766. Distribution of estate ordered 13 Aug., 1766. [1, 72.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 62)

Daniel Anderson, late of Newcastle. Samuel Anderson, of Newcastle, Adm'r, 4 Oct., 1763. [I, 40.] Inventory by John Cunningham, Robert Hodge and John McNear, all of Newcastle, 15 Dec, 1763, £116: 2 : 4. Account filed 12 Jan., 1764. [I, 43.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 63)


James Auld, late of Boothbay.  James Auld, of Boothbay, Adm'r, 3 June, 1799.  David Kinnaston and Benjamin Kelley, Jr., both of Boothbay, sureties.  James Auld, guardian unto Peggy and Jenny, minor daughters, 11 May, 1804.  Samuel, Rachel, Sally and William, minor children, chose James Auld to be their guardian 13 Nov., 1802.  Inventory by William McCobb, Jonathan Sawyer and john Leishman, all of Boothbay, $1202.98; dower of Frances Auld, widow, set off by Jonathan Sawyer, John Leishman and Thomas Boyd, all of Boothbay, 1802. p. 342
(Source:The Probate Records of Lincoln County, Maine. 1760-1800. By: William D. Patterson, 1895. Transcribed by Carla Masscara)

John Ballantine, late of Newcastle. Mary Ballantine, widow, and John Cunningham, both of Newcastle, Adm'rs, 14 Apr., 1762. [1, 19.] Inventory by Benjamin Woodbridge, Jonathan Laiten and Samuel Nickels, all of Newcastle, 8 June, 1762, £288 : 5 : 11. [I, 21.] Account filed 12 Feb., 1767. [I, 117.] Return of Benjamin Woodbridge, Robert Hodge and John McNear, all of Newcastle, of partition of real estate, 17 Apr., 1767. To Mary Ballantine, widow of deceased, her dower, being one third. Of the remainder: one half to Sarah Cun­ningham, a daughter of deceased; one half to John McClelan, William McClelan, James McClelan, Samuel McClelan, Alexander McClelan, Elizabeth Murray, Margaret McClelan, Sarah McClelan, Mary McClel­an and Martha McClelan, children and heirs of Mary McClelan, deceased, the only other daughter and child of said John Ballantine. [I, 216 to 219.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

John Barker, Jr., late of Pownalborough. Susannah Barker, of Pownalborough, widow, Adm'x, 26 Feb., 1771. [I, 226.]  Edmund Bridge and Samuel Goodwin, Jr., sureties. Inventory by Edmund Bridge and Richard Kidder, both of Pownalborough, i May, 17 71, £10: 11: 0. [I, 231.]
(Source: Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

Thomas Batridge, late of Bristol. Alexander Nickels, of Bristol, Adm'r, 10 Jan., 1700. [I, 158.] Alexander MrGlathry and Charles Cushing, sureties. Inventory by John MrFarland, Patrick Rodgers and Alexander MeGlathry 28 Sep., 1769, £111:6: 8. [I, 169]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

Westbrook Berry, late of Mechias. John Crocker, of Mechias, Adm'r, 23 Sep., 1771. [I, 227.] Jonathan Longfellow and Nathaniel Sinkler, sureties. Inventory by Japhet Hill, Joseph Libbee and William Curtis, all of Mechias, 17 Sep., 1772, £102 : 2 : 9. [I, 247.] Jonathan Longfellow and Nathaniel Sinkler, commissioners to examine claims. [I, 248.] Distribution ordered 1 Oct., 1774.  Account filed 30 Sep., 1774. [I, 263.]
(Source: Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

John Blithen, late of Georgetown. Hannah Blithen, of Georgetown, widow, Adm'x, 8 June, 1761. [I, 4.] Inventory by John Parker and Joseph Mackentier, both of Georgetown, 7 Aug., 1761, £128:5:11. [I, 14.] John Parker and Joseph Mclntire, commissioners to examine claims. [I, 16.] Accounts filed 22 Feb., 1763, [I, 30,] and 1 0ct., 1763, at which latter date the administratrix had become the wife of David Curtis, of Harpswell. [I, 38.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

Samuel Borland, late of Bristol. John Borland, of Bristol, Adm'r, 6 Oct., 1773. [I, 259.] Henry Hunter and Joseph Clark, sureties. Inventory by John Thomson, Samuel Patterson and Ninyin Erskins, all of Bristol, 15 Nov., 1773, ,£57:1:8. [I, 262.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

John Brewer, of Boothbay, minor son of James Brewer, late of Boothbay, chose Israel Davis, of Boothbay, to be his guardian, 4 June, 1771. [1,225.]
(Source: Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

James Brown, of Newcastle. Jane Brown, of Newcastle, widow, Adm'x, 17 Nov., 177;,. [I, 260.] Samuel Calley and John Hussey, sureties. Inventory by Benjamin Woodbridge and John Ward, both of Newcastle, and Thomas Flint, of a place called Walpole, 26 Feb., 1774. [II. 15.] Account filed 14 Aug., 17.Su. [Ill, 20.] Division of estate by Jonathan Jones and Samuel Waters, of Newcastle, and Thomas Boyd, of Boothbav, 22 Sep., 1781. Children mentioned: John Brown, James Brown and Martha Brown. [Ill, 21-3.] James chose Jane Brown, widow, to be his guardian 14 Aug., 1780. Martha Brown chose John Farley, of Newcastle, to be her guardian 14 Aug., 17.S0. [II1/23.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

Jacques Bugnon, late of Pownalborough. Charles Cushing, of Pown­alborough, Adm'r, 1 June, 1769. [1,183.] Edmund Bridge and James Flagg, sureties. Inventory by James Flagg, Robert Twycross and Edmund Bridge 3 June, 1769, £251: 0: 5. [1,184.] Account filed 10 Nov., 1774. [1,271.] Division of real estate by Philip Theobald, William Lewis and Asa Dinsmore, all of Pownalborough, 22 Dec, 1788 : dower to Margaret ,wife of Michael Stilfinn, and late widow of deceased; remainder to James, only son, by consent of Margread, Jane and Sus­anna, daughters. Order regarding same, 24 Dec, 1789. [IV, 98 to 101.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 100)

Robert Burns, late of Cobbiseconte. Joseph Burns, of Cobbiseconte, Adm'r, 8 July, 1765. [I, 76.] James Burns and Edmund Bridge, sureties. Inventory by James Flagg, William Bacon and Abram Wyman, £23: 19: 11. [I, 86.] Charles Cushing, of Pownalborough, and William Bacon, of Cobbiseconte, commissioners to examine claims. [I, 103.] Account filed 3 Sep., 1768. [I, 150.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 71)

Benjamin Burton, late of St. Georges. Alice Burton, of St. Georges, widow, Adm'x, 24 Aug., 1763. [I, 34.] Inventory by Samuel Gillchrist, Boyce Cooper and Patrick Porterfield, all of St. Georges, 18 July, 1763, £414:2:9:3:3. [1,47-8.] Account filed 20 Feb., 1782. [II, 260.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 62)

Philip Call, late of Pownalbarough. John Call, of Pownalborough, Adm'r, 18 Aug. 1769. [I. 181.] Inventory by Samuel Goodwin, Robert Twvcross and Mathias Smith, 24 Aug., 1770, £264 : 5 : 2. [I, 224.] Account filed 12 Feb., 1772. [I, 232]
(Source: Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 99)

Walter Cane, late of Pownalborough. James Flagg, of Cobbiseconte, Adm'r, 25 Feb., 1765. [I, 62] Charles Cushing and Edmund Bridge, sureties. Inventory by Jonas Fitch, Adino Nye and Francis Rittal, all of Powalborough, 1767, £54 : 11: 10. [1,129.] Charles Cushing and Thomas Allen, both of Pownalborough commissioners to examine claims. [I, 144.] Account filed and distribution ordered 7 Oct., 1769. [I, 172-173.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 67)

Baltas Cnaster, [Casner] late of Waldoborough. Ludwig Cnaster, of Waldoborotigh, Adm'r, 29 July, 17 74. [II, 16.] Joseph Cole and John Newbit, sureties. Ustana Casner, widow. Ludwig Casner, son. Inventory by Nathaniel Simmons, Christopher Newbit and John Shuman, all of Waldoborough, 19 Sep., 1774, £110: 13 : 3 [II, 153] Account filed 6 June, 1775. [II, 154-]
Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895

John Louis Cavalear, late of Pownalborough. Mary Cavalear, of Boston, widow, Adm’xf 28 Oct., 1768. [1. 157.] Rudolph Fred­erick Geyer and Christian Franckfort, both of Boston, sureties. In­ventory by Charles Cushing, Francis Rittal and John Stein, all of Pownalborouijh. 26 June, 1770, £100 : 13 : 4. [I, 214.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 89)

Louis Cavelear, late of Pownalborough. Mary Cavelear, of Pownalborough, widow, Adm'x, 10 June, 1761. [I, a.] Inventory by Jonas Fitch, James Bugnon, and Francis Ridley, [Rittal] all of Pownalborough, 10 June, 1761, £48 : 9 : 1. [I, 3.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 52)

Ralph Chapman, late of Pownalborough. Prudence Chapman, of Pownalborough, widow, Adm’x, 26 Dec 1768. [I, 158.] Samuel Goodwin, Jr., and Fdmund Bridge, sureties. Inventory by Samuel Kmerson, Richard Kidder and Edmund Bridge, 26 Jan., 1 760, £558: 17;3 1/2[I, 204] Account filed 24 May, 1771. [I. 207.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 89)

Stevens Chase, late of Kennebeck River. Roger Chase, of Pownalborough, Adm'r, 13 June, 1765. [I, 72.] Edmund Bridge and Samuel Goodwin, Jr., sureties. Inventory by Samuel Goodwin, Jun., and Edmund Bridge, both of Pownalborough, and John Hankerson, of Kennebeck River, 26 June, 1765, £106:14:5. [I, 75-76.] Charles Cushing and Thomas Allen, both of Pownalborough, commissioners to examine claims. [I,# 132.] Account filed 5 Aug., 1768. [I, 132.]  Distribution of estate ordered 26 Aug., 1768. [I, 133.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 70-71)

Elias Cheney, late of Pownalborough. Sybyl Cheney, of Pownalborough, Adm'x, 24 Ap., 1765. [I, 65.] Jonas Fitch and Abner Marson, sureties. Inventory by Jonas Fitch, John Barker and Stephen Marson, all of Pownalborough, 2 May, 1765, £64 : 10 : 4. [I, 88.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

Cornelius Clouse, late of Waldoborough. Daniel Beckler, of Waldoborough, Adm'r, 10 June, 1775. [I, 271.] Daniel Beckler, guardian unto Mary, minor daughter, 19 Nov. 1776. [II, 33.] Inventory by Andrew Sehancks, Jacob Wingebow and Jacob Winthereback, all of Waldoborough, 22 June, 1775, £106: 19: 10½. [II, 37-8.] Account filed 30 May, 1776. [II, 38.] Peter Hilt, of Waldoborough, guardian unto Mary Clouse, 18 June, 1777. [II, 189.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

Samuel Collamore, late of Georgetown. Sarah Collamore, of George­town, widow, Adm'x, 13 May, 1766. [I, 89.] James Lemont and Jonas Fitch, sureties. Inventory by Samuel Watts, Isaiah Crooker and Elisha Shaw, all of Georgetown, 10 July, 1766, £309: 10 : 0. [I, 101.] Christopher Mitchel, of Georgetown, appointed Guardian unto Susannah and Deborah, minor daughters, 21 Jan., 1767. [I, 113-114.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

Hezekiah Cloutman, late of Kennebeck River. Abiel Lovejoy, of Pownalborough, Adm'r, 18 Aug., 1766. [I, 106.] Adino Nye and James Flagg, sureties. Inventory by Bennet Woods and Isaac Spencer, of Kennebeck River, 7 Nov., 1766, £14 : 12 : 2. [I, 143.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

Samuel Davis, late of a place called Freetown. Moses Davis, of Newbury Port, Adm'r, 20 June, 1769. [L 176.] Nathan Gove and Samuel Goodwin, sureties.
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

Thomas Denham, late of Bowdoinham.  Catherine Denham, widow, declined to administer, 27 Jan., 1800.  Zacheus Beal and Ziba Eaton, both of Bowdoinsham, sureties.  inventory by Thomas Reed, of Bowdoinham, Joseph Sprague and William Fairfield, both of Topsham, 1800, $850.35, to which Adm'r added sundry notes of hand, etc., $371.33.  Nathaniel Thwing, of woolwich, and Stepen Whitmore, of Bowdoinham, commissioners to examine claims, 27 May, 1800.  Distribution ordered 2 Feb., 1802.  p. 342
Source:The Probate Records of Lincoln County, Maine. 1760-1800. By: William D. Patterson, 1895. Transcribed by Carla Masscara)

John Dickey, late of Bristol, mariner. Alexander Erskins, of Bristol, Adm'r, 27 Sep., 1773. [I, 258.] Thomas Drowne and Samuel Goodwin, sureties. Inventories by Robert McKown and James Sprowl, of Bristol, and Samuel Nickels, of Newcastle, 6 and 28 Oct., 1773, £199 : 16 : 8, to which Adm'r added sundry small articles and "one half the Sloop Susanna sold Col. Lee before the apprizement made £206:13:4. [11,57-8.] John Thomson and Samuel Patterson, both of Bristol, commissioners to examine claims, 27 Oct., 1773. [II, 58.]  Account filed 8 Sep., 1774. [II, 59.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

Robert Dunlap, late of Topsham. John Dunlap, of Topsham, Adm'r, 29 Ap., 1771. [I, 201.] Ebenezer Work and Robert Dunlap, sureties. Inventory by Thomas Wilson, Prince Rose and John Merrill, all of Topsham, 10 May, 1771, £246: 12: 7. [I, 214.] Account filed 10 Mar., 1773. [I, 247.] Return of partition of real estate by Thomas Wilson, John Merrill and Prince Rose, all of Topsham, 31 Mar., 1773, mentions Mary Dunlap, widow of deceased, John Dunlap, Margaret Potter and Jane Eaton, children of deceased.    [II, 2.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

John Drummond, late of Georgetown. Mary Drummond, of Georgetown, widow, Adm'x, 16 June, 1773. [I, 257.] Daniel McFaden and James McFaden, sureties.
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

James Elder, lately residing, at Georgetown. James Springer, of Georgetown, Adm'r, n Mar., 1765. [I, 63.] Jacob Bailey and Adino Nye, sureties.
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 67-68)

Richard Faile, late of St Georges. Samuel Bogs, of St Georges, Adm'r, 24 Sep., 1765. [I, 90.] Andrew Malcom and James Cargill, sureties. Inventory by Alexander Kellock, Andrew Malcom and Moses Copeland, all of St. Georges, 10 Mar., 1766, £40. [I, 100.] Henry Hendley, of Boston, Adm'r, de bom's non, 26 Nov., 1770. [I, 226.] Reuben Hall, of St Georges, and Richard Young and William Henley, both of Boston, appraisers, 27 Dec, 1770. [I, 211.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 71)

Charles Feissner, late of Broad Bay. Mary Feissner, of Broad Bay, widow, Adm'x, 22 Feb., 1769. [I,159.] Inventory by John Martin, Junr., John Ulmer and Mathias Rameley, 27 Feb., 1769,£3433: 16: 1, Old Tenor. [I, 192-3.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 89)

Daniel Fogg, late of Mechias. Samuel Rich, of Mechias, Adm'r, 26 June, 1775. [I, 270.] Samuel Goodwin, Jr., and John Johnson, sureties. Inventory by Stephen Jones, Samuel Libbee and James Noble Shannon, 28 July, 1775, £65 : 13:5-     [Unrecorded.]
Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895

Henry Fosset, late of Pemaqukl. George Caklwell, of Bristol, Adm'r, 30 July, 1765.     [I, 152.] Samuel Goodwin and Jonas Fitch, sureties. Inventory by Patrick Rodgers, William Sproul and Francis Young, all of Bristol, 5 Aug., 1765, £100 : 0 : 0. [I, 153.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 85-86)

John Godwin, late of St. Georges. James Watson, of St. Georges, Adm'r, 1 Feb., 1774. Andrew Malcom and Samuel Creighton, sureties. Inventory by Edward Killeran, Moses Copeland, and Samuel Gragg, 8 Feb., 1774, £198 : 7 : 2½[I, 266.]
Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895

Daniel Goodwin, late of Pownalborough. Charles dishing, of Pownalborough, Adm'r, 10 May, 1765. [I, 69.] Samuel Goodwin, Jr., and Edmund Bridge sureties. Inventory by Adino Nye, Edmund Bridge and Samuel Goodwin, Jun., all of Pownalborough, 28 Sep., 1767, ,£4:12:4. [1,127.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 70)

Amos Goudrey, or Goudey, late of Harrington. Mercy Goudrey, of Harrington, widow, Adm'x, 21 May, 1765. [I, 70.] Ephraim McFarland and Thomas Humphreys, sureties. Mercy Goudey appointed guardian unto Betty, minor daughter, 18 Sep., 1765. [I, 78.] In­ventory by Ephraim McFarland and Paul Reed, both of Boothbay and Thomas Humphrys, of Newcastle, 16 July, 1765, £420:3:4. [I, 79 to 81.]  Account filed 28 Sep., 1765. [I, 81.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 70)

James Grant, late of Woolwich. Catharine Grant, of Woolwich, widow, Adm'x, 30 Ap., 1765. [I, 66.] Isaac Savage and Samuel Stinson, sureties. Inventory by Thomas Stinson, Samuel Harnden and John Curtis, all of Woolwich, 29 July, 1765, £53 : 7 : 10. [I, 76-7.] Charles dishing, of Pownalborough, and Benjamin Trott, of Woolwich, commissioners to examine claims. [I, 96.] Account filed 4 May, 1767. [I, 114.]  Distribution of estate ordered 6 May, 1767. [I, 50]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 69)

George Gray, late of Wiscasset, now Pownalborough. John Fairfield, of Pownalborough, Adm'r, 27 Sep., 1762. [I, 26.] Jonathan Williamson and Michael Sevey, both of Pownalborough, sureties and appraisers. Inventory 30 Sep., 1762.    [I, 33.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 58)

Ebenezer Greenleaf, late of Woolwich. John Kingsbury, of Pownalborough, Adm'r, 27 June, 1764. [I, 53.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 66)

Moses Grele, late of the River Kennebeck. Moses Grele, residing at the River Kennebeck. Adm'r, 12 May, 1769. [I, 180.] Roger Chase and Mathew Chase, sureties.
(Source: Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 99)

David Gusten, late of Topsham. Samuel Winchell, of Topsham, Adm'r, 11 June, 1766. [I, 101.] John Winchell and Nicholas FitzGerald, sureties. Inventory by John Winchell, Samuel Graves and Joseph Graves, all of Topsham, 16 June, 1766, £62 : 4 : 7. [I, 105.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 74)

Samuel Harnden, late of Woolwich. Mary Ilamden, widow, and Samuel Harnden, both of Woolwich, Adm'rs, 19 Aug., 1768. [I, 155.] Abraham Preble and Joseph Preble, sureties. Inventory by Aaron Hinkley, John Stinson and David Gilmor, 17 Nov., 1768.    [I, 229.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 86-87)

Mathew Hastings, of a place in Kennebeck River above Fort Western, so called, appointed guardian unto Lovel Fairbrother, minor son of Thomas Fairbrother, late of Attleborough, in the County of Bristol, 7 May, 1765. [I, 67.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 69)

Jacob Hearsy, late of Pownalborough. John Andrews, of Pownalborough, Adm'r, 24 Feb., 1769. [I, 160.] John McGown and George (loud, sureties. Inventory by John McGown, George Goud and Edmund Bridge, all of Pownalborough, 19 Mar., 1770, £12: 7 : 8. [I, 198.] Charles dishing and Samuel Goodwin, both of Pownalborough, commissioners to examine claims, 27 Aug., 1769. [I, 231.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 90)

Christopher Hembly, (or Handbury or Hanbery) late of St Georges. Hugh McLean, of St. Georges, Adm'r, 18 Dec, 1762. [I, 29.] Inventory by Alexander Larmond, Samuel Creaton and David Patterson,all of St. Georges, 17 Jan., 1763, £45 : 6 : 8. [I, 36.] Moses Copeland, Samuel Gillchrist and Alexander Kellock, all of St Georges, commissioners to examine claims. [I, 36.] Account filed 22 July, 1766. Distribution of estate ordered 13 Aug., 1766. [I, 91.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

George High, of a place called Broadbay, guardian unto Lehn Weller, minor daughter of Andrew Weller, 31 May, 1771. [I, 227.]
(Source: Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

James Hilton, of a place called Broad Cove, appointed guardian unto Mary Matchloffe, minor daughter of Mathias Matchloffe, late of said Broad Cove. [I, 53.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 63)

John Hilton, late of Pownalborough. Rebecca Hilton, of Pownalborough, witlow, Adm'x, 18 Dec, 1773. [I, 261.] Samuel Goodwin anil Asa Smith, sureties. Inventory by Asa Smith, William Carl-ton and David Plumer, all of Pownalborough, 23 Dec, 1773, £152 :19:4- [II, 33.]
Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895

Samuel Hinkley, late of Georgetown. Sarah Hinkley, of Georgetown, widow, Adm'x, 18 June, 1767. [1, 148.] Edmund Hinkley and Abiel Lovejoy, sureties. Inventory by George Rodgers, Joseph Harford and Mathew Mckenny, all of Georgetown, 1 Julv, 1767. [1, 149-9,]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 85)

Samuel Hodge, Lite of Newcastle. Henry Hodge, of Newcastle, Adm’r, 13 Jan., 1769. [1, 150).] Inventory by John McNear, James Cargill and Benjamin Woodbridge, all of Newcastle, 23 Jan.. 1769, £213:4:9. [I. 170.] Arthur Noble, of a place called Walpole, and Samuel Nickels, of Newcastle, commissioners to examine claims. [I, 267.] Account filed 20 Oct., 1774.[I, 268]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 89)

Solomon Hopkins, late of Newcastle. David Hopkins, of Newcastle, Adm'r, 11 Sept, 1761. [I, 7.] Inventory by Benjamin Woodbridge, John Cunningham and Samuel Nickels, all of Newcastle, 11 Nov., 1761, £150: 2 : 6. [I, 15.] Account filed 4 Oct., 1763. [I, 41.] Order regarding real estate, 4 Sept, 1765. Grandchildren: Solomon Hopkins, Mary Hopkins, Martha Hopkins, Agnes Hopkins, Jennet Hopkins, children of eldest son, William; David Hopkins, and Mary Wood, children of Solomon. [I, 112 -113.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 53)

William Hopkins, late of Newcastle. Mary Hopkins, of Newcastle, widow, Adm'x, 22 Sept, 1761. Peter Paterson, of Newcastle, and Robert Cocheran, of the East side of Wiscasset Bay, sureties. [I, 8.] Mary Hopkins, widow of William Hopkins, appointed Guardian to Solomon, Mary, Agnes, Jane, and Martha, children of said William; Robert Hodge and David Given, both of Newcastle, sureties. [I, 10.] Inventory by Robert Hodge, David Given and John Cunningham, all of Newcastle, 18 Nov., 1761. £261 19:3. [1, 13.] Account filed 4 Oct, 1763, at which time the widow had become wife of Hugh Holmes, of Newcastle. [I, 39.] Partition of real estate by Benjamin Woodbridge, David Given and Alexander Campbell, committee, 15 Oct., 1771, [II, 68 to 70,] at which time Jennet or Jane had become the wife of David Somes.
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 53)

Benjamin Howland, Jun'r, late of Bowdoinham. Benjamin I lowland, of Bowdoinham, Adin'r, 25 May, 1774. [II, 18.] Jonas Fitch and Francis Rittal, sureties.
Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895

Adam Hunter, late of Topsham. Arthur Hunter, of Topsham, Adm'r, 10 Ap., 1776. [II, 9.] John Fulton and William Randall, sureties. Inventory by James Fulton, James Mustard and William Randal!, all of Topsham, 24 May, 1776. [II, 9-10-147.] Account filed 5 Mar., 1777. [II, 146.] Joseph Kerry, of Topsham, guardian unto his son Adam, grandson of Adam Hunter, deceased, 15 Oct., 1778. [11,154.] Order setttling estate 11 Mar., 1779, mentions children, James, eldest son; Robert; Elizabeth, wife of William Woodside; Susanna, wife of Benjamin Lemont; Mary, wife of James Lemont; Margaret, wife of Robert Fatten; Arthur, youngest son ; John, deceased; Jane, deceased wife of Joseph Berry. [Ill, 228-9.]
Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895

John Hunter, late of Topsham. Margaret Hunter, of Topsham, widow, Adm'x, 6 June, 1776. [II, 19.] James Hunter and David Reed, sureties. Inventory by David Reed, John Fulton and James Fulton, all of Topsham, 2 July, 1776, £697: 10: 7. [II, 36-7.] Margaret Hunter, widow, guardian of Thomas, William and John, minor sons, and Ann, minor daughter, 15 Oct., 1778.     [II, 85 to 87.]
Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895

William Huston, late of Walpole. Ann Huston, of Walpole, widow, Adm'x, 27 Aug., 1761. [I, 7.] John Stinson, of Georgetown, and James Huston, of Walpole, sureties. Inventory by William Millar and Robert Huston, both of Walpole, and James Brown, of Newcastle, 19 Oct, 1761, £346 : 15 : 11. [I, 19-20.] Account filed 5 Sept, 1764. P. 61.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 53)

William Huston, minor son of John Huston, late of Dunstable, N. H., chose Seth Greeley, of Kennebeck River, to be his guardian, 17 June, 1766. [I, 119.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 75)


Solomon Hutchens, late of Edgecomb, mariner.  Elijah Brown, of Edgecomb, Adm'r, 3 June, 1799.  John Bray Dearing and Stephen Adams, both of Edgecomb, sureties.  Inventory by Moses Davis, William Patterson and David Trask, all of Edgecomb, 24 Au., 1799, $240.24. p. 342
(Source:The Probate Records of Lincoln County, Maine. 1760-1800. By: William D. Patterson, 1895. Transcribed by Carla Masscara)

John Ingraham, late of Boothbay. Catharine Ingraham, of Boothbay, widow, Adm'x, 16 June, 1774. [II, 19.] Joseph Harford and Jonas Fitch, sureties. Inventory by Thomas Stevens, Arad Powers and Samuel Harris, all of Boothbav, 23 July, 1774, £23: 18:9. [II, 20.]
Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895

James Fredrick Jacquins, late of Pownalborough. Margaret Jacquins, of Pownalborough, widow, Adm'x, 10 June, 1761. [I, 3.] Jonas Fitch and Abner Marson, sureties on bond. Inventory by Jonas Fitch, Jacques Bugnon and Francis Rittal, 10 June, 1761, £67: 10: 6. [1,4.] Accounts filed 26 Apr., 1763. [1,32.] Christopher Jakin chose Margaret Jakin to be his guardian, 3 Apr., 1764. [I, 52.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 52)

Findley Kelley, (or Kellock) late of St. Georges. Alexander Kelley, (or Kellock) of St Georges, Adm'r, 29 Sep., 1762. [I, 28.] Hugh McLean and John McCarter, both of St. Georges, sureties. Inventory by Alexander Larmond, Samuel Creaton and Samuel Bogs, all of St Georges, 8 Oct, 1762, £40:18:4. [I, 33.] Alexander Larmond, Samuel Creaton and Samuel Bogs, commissioners to examine claims. [I, 29.] Alexander Larmond, Samuel Creaton and Samuel Bogs, committee to set off widow's dower, made their return 20 Jan., 1764. [I, 46.] Account filed 11 Sep., 1764. [I, 62 dna 70.] Distribution of estate ordered 29 May, 1765. [I, 70.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 58)

John Henry Kier, late of Pownalborough. Samuel Goodwin, of Pownalborough, Adm'r, 11 Feb., I767. [I, 121.] Samuel Goodwin, Jr., and James Hodge, sureties. Inventory by Charles Cushing, Thomas Allen and Adino Nye, all of Pownalborough, 12 June, 1767, £47 : 6 : 8. [I, 146] Charles Cushing and Roger Chase, both of Pownalborough, commissioners to examine claims. [I, 221.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 76)

John Kingsbury, late of Pownalborough. Patience Kingsbury, of Pownalborough, widow, Adm'x, 7 Sep., 1764. [I, 61.] Michael Sevey and Jonathan Williamson, sureties. Inventory by Benjamin Woodbridge, of Newcastle, Michal Sevey and Jonathan Williamson, both of Pownalborough, 21 Nov., 1764, £966:16:10. [I, 73 to 75.] Charles Cushing and Abiel Wood, both of Pownalborough, commissioners to examine claims. [I, 168.] Account filed 12 Oct., 1769. [I, 74.] Distribution of estate ordered 12 Sep., 1770. [I, 175.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Page 67)

William Lancey, late of Hallowell. William Howard, of Hallowell, Adm'r, 13 June, 1776. [II, 8.] Abiel Lovejoy and John Marsh, sureties.
Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895

Thomas Leiton, of a place called Gouldsbury. Josiah Tucker, of a place called Gouldsbury, coaster, Adm'r, 30 Mar., 1765. [I, 64.] Robert Gould and Francis Shaw, both of Boston, sureties.
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Page 68)

John Lermond, late of Bristol. Alexander Lermond, of St. Georges, Adm'r, 27 Sep., 1770. [I, 200.] Moses Copeland and Bryan Ryan, sureties. Inventory by James Brown, of Newcastle, and William Jones and James Huston, both of Bristol, 2 Dec, 1770. [I, 212.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Page 101)

Henry Little, late of Newcastle. James Little, of Newcastle, Adm'r, 25 Ap., 1769. [I, 174.] Alexander Campbell and Edmund Lieson, sureties. Inventory by Benjamin Woodbridge, Alexander Campbell and James Cargill, 12 July, 1769. [I, 196.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 96)

Daniel Locke, late of St. Georges, surgeon. Abraham Locke, of St. Georges, Adm'r; Alexander Lermond and Thomas Starrett, sureties, 15 Mar., 1774. Inventory by Samuel Creighton, Hatevil Libby and John Mclntyer, all of St. Georges, 6 Ap., 1774, ,£105 : 15 : 6. [I, 264.] Account filed 2 Ap., 1777; David Fales and Alexander Lermond, Jun'r, commissioners to examine claims 17 June, 1774. [II, 48.]
Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895

John Malcom, late of St Georges. David Patterson, Junr., of St. Georges, Adm'r, 4 Jan., 1764. [1,41.] Inventory by Alexander Larmond, Alexander Kellock and Moses Copeland, all of St Georges, 14 Jan., 1764, £56 : 13 : 14. [I, 46.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 63)

Stephen Marson, late of Pownalborough. Elizabeth Marson, of Pownalborough, widow. Adm'x, 5 Jan., 1775. [I, 267.] Edmund Bridge and Samuel Goodwin, Jr., sureties. George Marson, minor son, chose Charles Gushing to be his guardian 8 Mar., 1776. [11,230.] Inventory by Samuel Goodwin, Jr., Edmund Bridge and Carr Barker, all of Pownalborough, 31 Aug., 1775, £255 : 6 : 1. [II, 232.] Elizabeth Harris Marson, minor daughter, chose Elizabeth Marson to be her guardian 23 Nov., 1780. Elizabeth Marson, guardian unto Sarah and Susanna, minor daughters, and Stephen, minor son, 1 Sep., 1783. [II, 233.]    Account filed 13 Sep., 1781. [II, 234.]
Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895

(John) Ulerick Mier, [Mayers], late of Pownalborough. Molly Mier, of Pownalborough, widow, Adm'x, 17 Sep., 1763. [I, 35.] Inventory by Francis Ridley, [Rittal], John Stain and George Lilly, all of Pownalborough, 4 Oct, 1763, £140: 0: 1 : 2 : 6 : [I, 42.] Account filed 21 Mar., 1764. [I, 49.] Catharine Miers chose Abiel Lovejoy, of Pownalborough, to be her guardian, 23 Mar., 1764. [I, 50.] Charles Cushing, Francis Rittal and John Stain, committee to divide real estate, made report 5 Apr., 1764. Children named : Philip Mayers, Catharine Mayers, Cassimier Mayers, George Mayers. [1, 55-6.] Division of real estate by Obadiah Call, Jr., Christopher Jackins and John McGown, 25 Sep., 1779. [II, 111.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 62)

Robert McGlathry late of Bristol. Alexander McGlathry, of Bristol, Adm'r, 10 Jan., 1769. [I, 158.] Alexander Nickels and Charles Cushing, sureties. Inventory by Alexander Nickels, Patrick Rodgers and John McFarland, all of Bristol, 23 Mar., 1769, £109: 8 : 0. [I, 190.] Account filed 1 Mar., 1770. [1, 190.] William McClathry, of Bristol, guardian unto Margaret and Sarah, minor daughters, 1 Feb., 1774 11f 170.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 89)

William McCleland, late of Newcastle. Elizabeth McCleland, simpster, and John Cunningham, both of Newcastle, Adm'rs, 4 Oct 1763. David Hopkins and Hugh Holmes, both of Newcastle, sureties. [I, 39.] Inventory by Benjamin Woodbridge, Robert Hodge and Samuel Nickels, all of Newcastle, 1 Jan., 1764, £600: 13 : 6 1/2. [I, 59.] William, minor son, Mary and Sarah, minor daughters, chose John Cunningham to be their guardian 8 Oct, 1765. [I, 81-82.] John McClelan appointed guardian unto James, Samuel and Alexander, minor sons, and Martha, minor daughter, 8 Oct, 1765. [I, 83-85.]  Account filed 12 Feb., 1767. [I, 118.] Return of partition of real estate by Benjamin Woodbridge, Robert Hodge and John McNear, all of Newcastle, 17 Apr., 1767, mentions John, the eldest son, and William, James, Samuel, Alexander, Elizabeth, Margaret, Sarah, Mary and Martha, children of deceased. [I, 219.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 62)

John McFarland, late of Boothbay. Lydia McFarland, of Boothbay, widow, Adm'x, 18 Sep., 1773. [I, 257.] Nathaniel Tibbetts and John Daws, sureties. Inventory by John Stinson, of Georgetown, and Samuel McCobb and William McCobb, both of Boothbay, 2 Nov., 1773,£67:9:8. [1,263.] Stinson and McCobb, commissioners to examine claims. [II, 66.] Account filed 13   June, 1773. [II, 67.]
Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895

Joseph Mclntire, late of Georgetown. Sarah Mclntire, of Georgetown, widow, Adm'x, 4 June, 1776. [II, 12.] Francis Wy man and Nathaniel Wyman, sureties. Inventory by Nathaniel Wyman, Francis Wyman and William Sprague, all of Georgetown, 4 June, 1776, £708: 5 :6. [II, 13-14.] Nathaniel Wyman, guardian of Joseph and William, minor sons, 1 Sep., 1784. Account filed 1 June, 1779. [II, 132.] Inventory by Francis Wyman, William Sprague and John Soule, 15 Sep. 1784, £625 :0 :4. [111,236.] Account filed 2 June, 1786. [111,237.] David Morse, of Georgetown, Adm'r tie bonis non, 27 Sep., 1784, [IV, 17] Henry, minor son, chose Francis Wyman, of Georgetown, to be his guardian, 28 May, 1790. [IV, 132.]
Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895

Lochran McLean, late of Penobscot. Hugh McLean, of Milton, Adm'r, 30 June, 1769. [I, 176.] Richard Codman and John Kent, both of Falmouth, sureties.
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 96)

Henry Miller, late of Broad Bay. George Light, Jun., of Broad Bay, Adm'r, 17 Feb., 1768. [I, 131.] George Light and Francis Rittal, sureties. Inventory by Jacob Ludwig, Mathias Hofesess and Henry Keyler, all of Broad Bay, 14 Mar., 1768, £40:02: 10 1/2. Account filed 5 June, 1769. [I, 172.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 80)

James Montgomery, late of Townsend. Sarah Montgomery, of Townsend, widow, Adm'x, 5 Sep., 1764. [I, 57.] John Montgomery and Jonas Fitch, sureties. Inventory by Robert Wiley and Samuel McCobb, both of Townsend, and John Orr, of Walpole 3 Nov., 1764, £5:13:5. [I, 98.] Account filed 23 Sep., 1769. [I, 195.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 66)

Robert Montgomery, late of Townsend. John Montgomery, of Townsend, Adm'r, 5 Sept., 1764. [1,56.] Samuel McCobb and Tobias Glidden, sureties. Inventory by Samuel McCobb and Robert Wiley, both of Townsend, and John Orr, of Walpole, 3 Nov., 1754, £35 : 15 : 10. [1,99.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 66)

John Moore, late of Pownalborough. Sarah Moore, of Pownalborough, widow, Adm'x, 25 Ap., 1767. [I, 126.] Inventory by Thomas Rice, Jonathan Williamson and Michal Sevey, all of Pownalborough, 30 Ap., 1768, £301 : 16 : 3 3/4. [I, 151-2.] Consent of Ste­phen and Mary Sevey, John and Sarah Cunningham, Samuel Marrow and Sarah Day, heirs for division of real estate, 20 Ap., 1786; warrant for such division issued to Thomas Boyd, of Boothbay, Daniel Webster and Thomas Ring, of Edgecomb, 15 Nov., 1785. [II, 237.] Re­turn of division, 21 Ap., 1786. [II, 238.] Account of Sarah Day, Adm'x, filed 17 June, 1783. [IV, 3-4.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 79-80)

Nathan Moore, late of Vassal borough. Sarah Moore, of Vassal borough, widow, Adm'x, 13 June, 1776. [II, 8.Ebenezer Moore, Levi Moore and John Marsh, sureties. Inventory by Abiel Lovejoy, John Marsh and Mathew Hastings, all of Vassalborough,  15 Oct., 1776, £193 :17 :0. [II, 70.] Account filed 25 Sep., 1778. [II, 149.]
Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895

Zachariah Narden, late of Pownalborough. Samuel Goodwin, of Pownalborough, Adm'r, 27 May, 1767. [I, 122.] Thomas Allen and Samuel Goodwin, Jr., sureties. Inventory by Charles Cushing, Thomas Allen and Adino Nye, all of Pownalborough, 12 June, 1767, £42 : o : o. [I, 145.] Charles Cushing and Roger Chase both of Pownal­borough, commissioners to examine claims. [I, 222.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 76)

Lazarus Noble, late of Pownalborough. Benjamin Noble, of Pownalborough, Adm'r, 27 Feb., 1767. [I, 119.] Samuel Goodwin and John Noble, sureties. Inventory by Jonathan Bryant and William Wyman, both of Pownalborough, __ Ap., 1767, £21:12:4. [1,42.] Francis Noble, minor daughter, chose Abiel Lovejoy to be her guar­dian, 18 Jan., 1764. [I, 50]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 75-76)

Adino Nye, late of a place upon Kennebeck River without the Bounds of any Town. Mary Nye, of said place, widow, Adm'x, 30 Jan., 176S. [I, 141.] Charles Cushing and Edmund Bridge, sureties. Inventory by (Charles Cushing, Edmund Bridge and William Silvester, all of Pownaborough, 23 June, 1768, £211: 10 : 5 3/4. [I, 146-7]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

David Patterson, Jr., late of St. Georges. Nancy Patterson, of St. Georges, widow, Adm'x, 6 Ap., 1771. [I, 203.] David Patterson, Alexander Lermond and William James, sureties. Inventory by Alexander Lermond, Samuel Creighton and William Watson, all of St. Georges, 27 May, 1771, £115 : 9 : 8½. [I, 228.] Benjamin Packard, of St. Georges, guardian of David, minor son, 30 Sep., 1776. [II, 72.] David Fales and Mason Wheaton, both of St. Georges, commissioners to examine claims. [Ill, 31.] Benjamin Packard, of St. Georges, Adm'r de bonis non, 23 Sep., 1776. [Ill, 31.] Moses Copcland, of St. Georges, and Jacob Eichorn, of Waldoborough, sureties. Account filed 24  Sep., 1776. [Ill, 32.]
(Source: Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

Thomas
Perrin, late of Pownalborough. Mathias Smith, of Tisbury, Adm'r, 14 Aug., 1769. [I, 180] Samuel Goodwin and Samuel Goodwin, Jr., sureties Inventory by Samuel Goodwin, Robert Twycross and William Silvester, 21 Aug.. 1769, 1769 : 16 : 1 : 0. [I, 193-5.] Charles Gushing and Robert Twycross, commissioners to examine claims. [III, 3] Account filed May, 1773. [III, 4]
(Source: Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

Amos Pinkham, late of Bristol. William McClain, of Bristol, Adm'r. 13 Sep., 1769. [L 179.] William Martin and Jacob Dockendorff. sureties. Inventory by William Martin, Jacob Dockendorff an 1 Thom­as Johnston, all of Bristol, 5 Ap., 1770. £98:3:10.[1, 189]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

Reuben Pitcher, late of Penobscott River. Thomas Goldthwait, of Fort Pownall, Adm'r, 7 June, 1773. [I, 248.] William Gardiner and Moses Copeland, sureties. [II, 214.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

Hezekiah Purinton, late of Georgetown. Isabella Purinton, of Georgetown, widow, Adm'x, 7 Dec, 1761; Charles Cushing and Joshua Purinton, sureties. [I, 13.] Inventory by Aaron Hinkley, James Thompson and Isaac Snow, all of Brunswick, 15 Jan., 1762. [I, 25.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

Humphry Purrington, late of Georgetown. Nathaniel Purrington, of Georgetown, Adm'r, 14 Nov., 1760. William Philbrook, blacksmith, of Georgetown, and Philip Aubens, of Brunswick, sureties. [I, 1.] Inventory by James Thompson, Isaac Snow and Nathaniel Larrabee, all of Georgetown, 16 Mar., 1761, £124 : 18 : 7 1/2. [I, 2.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

Robert Rankin, late of the River Kennebeck. Mathew Hastings, resident at the River Kennebeck, Adm'r, 16 Sep., 1767. [I, 131.] Charles Webber and Josiah Butterfield, sureties. Inventory by John Marsh, James Bacon and Thomas Clark, all of Kennebeck River, __ Jan.., 1766; £24: 19 : 9. [I, 133-4]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

Andrew Reed, late of Boothbay. David Reed, of Boothbay, Adm'r, 4 June, 1771. [I, 203.] William Reed and John Stinson, sureties. Inventory by John Stinson, of Georgetown, Israel Davis, of Boothbay, and Thomas Hodgdon, of a place called Jerymisquam, 28 Sep., 1773, £149: 9: 4. [II, 14.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

Susanna Reed, late of Topsham, widow.  Samuel Wilson, Adm'r, 29 Oct., 1799.  Inventory by Jonathan Ellis and William Randall, both of Topsham, and Samuel Tibbets, of Bowdoinham, 1 Nov., 1799. $128.  William Randall and Arthur Hunter, both of topsham, commissioners to examine claims, 28 Jan., 1800.  Distribution ordered 9 Aug., 1802. p. 342
(Source:The Probate Records of Lincoln County, Maine. 1760-1800. By: William D. Patterson, 1895. Transcribed by Carla Masscara)

William Reed, late of Topsham. David Heed, of Topsham, Adm'r, 19 Oct., 1773. [I, 260.] Israel Davis and Andrew McFarland, sureties.
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

Paul Ricker, late of a place called Cobbiseconte. Abiel Lovejoy, of Pownalborough, Adm'r, 17 Sep., 1764. [1,64 .] Thomas Allen and George Gray, sureties. Charles dishing and Thomas Allen, commissioners to examine claims. [I, 97.] Inventory by Thomas Allen and George Gray, both of Pownalborough, 14 Nov., 1763, £43 : 1 : 8 : 12. [I, 116.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

William Robinson, late of Topsham. Margaret Robinson, of Topsham, widow, Adm'x, 16 June, 1761. Ezra Randal and Richard Knowles, sureties. [I, 5.] Inventory by Ezra Randall and Richard Knowles, 16 June, 1761, £176 : 9 : 5 1/2. [I, 6.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

Philip Rominger, late of Broad Hay. Caleb Howard, of Broad Bay, Adm'r, 3 Mar., 1769. [I, 160.] George Dalheim and Michael Sides, sureties. Inventory by George Dalheim, Michael Sides and Mathias Remely, all of Broad Hay, 30 Mar., 1769, £592 15:0, Old Tenor. [I, 1S4.] Account filed 9 May, 1769. [I, 185.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 90)

John Wolfe Rupert, late of Pownalborough. Samuel Goodwin, of Pownalborough, Adm'r, 11 Feb., 1767. [I, 121.] Samuel Goodwin, Jr., and James Hodge, sureties. Inventory by Charles Cushing, Thomas Allen and Adino Nye, all of Pownalborough, 12 June, 1767, £42 : 0 : 0. [I, 145.] Charles Cushing and Roger Chase, both of Pownal­borough, commissioners to examine claims. [I, 222.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 76)

John Sally, late of Georgetown. John Sally, of Georgetown, Adm'r, 20 Oct, 1762. [I, 29.] William Malcom and Daniel Mcfaddin, both of Georgetown, sureties. [I, 28.] Inventory by John Stinson, Jonathan Preble and Charles Snipe, all of Georgetown, 2 Nov., 1762, £66 : 13:4. [I, 30 and 107.] Daniel McFadden appointed Guardian to Daniel Sally, minor son, 24 July, 1764. Account filed 24 July, 1764. [I, 54.] Elizabeth Sally, minor daughter, chose Daniel McFadden to be her guardian, 24 July, 1764. [I, 71.] Order regarding real estate, 13 Aug., 1766. [I, 107-8.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 58)

Elisha Shaw, late of Georgetown. Susanna Shaw, of Georgetown, widow, Adm'x, 2 May, 1776. [II, 1.] Luke Eambard and David Trufant, sureties. Inventory by Dummer Sewall, David Lemont and David Trufant, Ap., 1779. [II, 269.]
Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895

John Shaw, late of Georgetown. Elisha Shaw, of Georgetown, Adm'r, 28 Jan., 1771. [I, 200.] John Shaw and Ebenezer Hovey, sureties. Inventory by Isaiah Crooker, John Shaw and Ebenezer Hovey, all of Georgetown, 9 May, 1771. [I, 215.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Page 101)

John Sheen, late of Topsham. Nicholas FitzGerald, of Topsham, Adm'r, 9 May, 1766. [I, 95.] Samuel Winchell and John Winchell, sureties. Inventory by Samuel Winchell, John Winchell and James Hunter, all of Topsham, 31 May, 1766, £5:3:9. [I, 111.] Ac­count filed 17 June, 1767. [I, 143.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 74)

James Springer, late of Georgetown. Nathaniel Springer, of Georgetown, Adm'r, 28 Dec, 1772. [1,258.] Moses Hodgkins and  Joseph White, sureties. Inventory by Isaiah Crooker, Dummer Sewall and John Wood, all of Georgetown, £668: ii: 12. [I, 244.] Adm'r adds to inventory 29 June, 1774, £1: 17: 4. [II, 29.] Account filed 18 Aug., 1774. [11,124.] Isaiah Crooker and Dum-mer Sewall, both of Georgetown, comnrissioners to examine claims, 4 Oct., 1773, [II, 125.] Order regarding real estate 1 May, 1782, mentions Edward, eldest son; John, residing at Frenchman's Bay, second son; Mary Sylvester, Martha Norcross, daughters; James Springer, son; Rachel and Anna, daughters of James, Jr., deceased, grandchildren; Abigail Digby, daughter of Abigail Gleason, late of Boston, deceased, grand-daughter; Sarah Lemont, wife of James Lemont and late widow of Nathaniel Springer, a son of deceased; Nathaniel Bracket, Anthony Bracket, James Bracket, Mary Hodgkins, Eunice, wife of Simeon Paine, Susanna, wife of James Jewell, Joanna, wife of Philip Norcross, Elizabeth, wife of George Andrews, Sarah Bracket, Hannah, wife of James Springer, Abraham Bracket, Jr., all children of Joanna, deceased, late wife of Abraham Bracket, and a daughter of intestate. [II, 179-180.] Joseph Lambard, of Bath, appointed guardian unto Rachel Springer, granddaughter, 2 May, 1782. [II, 180.] Joshua Raynes, of Bath, appointed guardian unto James Springer, grandson, 1 May, 1782. [II, 181.] John Springer, of Frenchman's Bay, so called, Adm'r de bonis non, 26 Aug., 1780. [II, 181.] William Swanton and David Trufant, both of Georgetown, sureties. Inventory by Isaiah Crooker, Hatherly Foster and Joshua Phil brook, all of Bath, 7 Mar., 1782. [II, 185.] Account filed 29 Sep., 1781.  [Ill, 43.]
Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895

James Springer, Junr., late of Georgetown. Rachel Springer, of Georgetown, widow, Adm'x, 19 Aug., 1766. [I, 108.] Joseph White and William Sylvester, sureties. Inventory by Elisha Shaw, Joshua Philbrook and Dummer Sewall, all of Georgetown, 18 Sep., 1766, £271:18:10. [1,109.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 75)

Thomas Tenney, late of Newcastle. Jonathan Laiten, of Newcastle, Adm'r, 2 June, 1762. [I, 20.] Inventory by James Cargill, John Cunningham and Samuel Nickels, all of Newcastle, 8 June, 1762, £33 : 9 : 3. [I, 22.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 58)

Samuel Tolman, late of Kennebeck river. Mary Tolman, of Kennebeck River, near Fort Western, so called, Adm'x, 29 Ap., 1765. [I, 65.] Levi Powers and Mathew Hastings, sureties. Inventory by Mathew Hastings, Edward Savage and Levi Powers, all of Kennebeck River, 27 Sep., 1765, £192: 18:6. [I, 110-111.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 68)

Zacheus Trafton, late of Georgetown. William Marshall, of George­town, Adm'r, 17 June, 1765. [I, 72.] Bryant Roberson and James Thornton, sureties. Inventory by Bryant Roberson, James Thornton and David Trufant, 15 July, 1765, Old Tenor ,£203 : 12 : 0. [I, 86.] Account filed 17 June, 1767. [I, 142.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

David Trufant, late of Georgetown. David Trufant, and Mary Trufant, widow, Adm'rs, 11 May, 1767. [I, 120.] John Springer and Edward Pettingill, sureties. Inventory by Isaiah Crooker, Joshua Philbrook and Moses Hodgkins, all of Georgetown, 19 May, 1767, ,£102 : 5 : 9. [I, 128.] Account filed 14 July, 1768.    [I, 229.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

Francis Wayman, late of Georgetown  William Wyman and John Wyman, both of Georgetown, Adm'rs, 31 May, 1799.  Isaiah Wyman and Jordan Parker, both of Georgetown, sureties.  p. 342
(Source:The Probate Records of Lincoln County, Maine. 1760-1800.  By: William D. Patterson, 1895. Transcribed by Carla Masscara)

Robert Wiley, late of Boothbay. Martha Wiley, of Boothbay, widow, Adm'x, 26 Sep., 1770. [I, 201.] John Wiley and Thomas Boyd, sureties. Inventory by Israel Davis and Andrew McFarland, both of Boothbay, and Thomas Hodgdon, of Jerremy Island, 18 Ap., 1772, £307: 8: 9. [I, 236.] Account filed, 9 June, 1772. [I, 237.] David Reed, Elizabeth  Reed  and Joseph  Reed,  all of  Boothbay, grandchildren, chose Joseph Reed, of Boothbay, to be their guardian, 25 Oct., 1792. Division of estate by Henry Hunter, of Bristol, John liorland and William McCobb, both of Boothbay, 21 Oct., 1794, in which the heirs named were Robart, son of Neal Wylie, Easther, wife of Abijah Kenney, Jane, wife of Joseph Lewis, Robart Wylie, the heirs of Samuel Wylie, Mary Reed, the children of Joseph Reed, Martha, wife of David Reed, the heirs of William Wylie, Alexander Wylie, John Wylie, Katharine, wife of Thomas Boyd.    [Unrecorded.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895)

Andrew
Willard, late of Broad Bay. George Demuth, of Broad Bay, Adm'r, 14 June, 1769. [I, 167.] John Warner and Peter Bracht, sureties. Christopher Kline, of Broad Bay, guardian unto Margaret, minor daughter, 5 June, 1770. [I, 182.]  Inventory by John Hoettenheim, John Warner and Joanne Peter Broest, all of Broad Bay, 15 June, 1769, ,£82 : 12 : 9. [I, 187.] Account filed 15 June, 1770. [I, 188.]
(Source: Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 96)

Gawen Wilson, late of Falmouth. Jeremiah Pote, of Falmouth, Adm'r. 26 Sep., 1769. [I, 167.] Stephen Longfellow and James McCobb, sureties.  Inventories : personal estate by Noah Michell, Daniel Merit and Moses Wostar, all of Pleasant River, 2 May, 1769, ,£22: 10 : 5 ½ real estate in Berwick, York County, by Peter Morrell, Jedidiah Morrell and Nathan Lord, 4 Oct., 1771, £1$ ; real estate in Fal­mouth by William Bucknam, Nathaniel Carll and Benjamin Ingersoll, all of Falmouth, 1 June, 1770, .£216. [Unrecorded]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 96)

Hugh Wilson, late of Topsham. Elizabeth Wilson, of Topsham, widow, Adm'x, 30 Aug., 1769. [I, 173.] Thomas Willson and Sam­uel Wilson, sureties. Inventory by Thomas Wilson, Robert Gower and Actor Patten, all of Topsham, 3 Oct., 1769, £649 : 11 : 0. [I, 191.] Account of Elizabeth Weymouth, Adm'x, 9 Mar., 1787. [Ill, 137 and 245.] Samuel Thompson, of Brunswick, guardian unto William, minor son, 17 Sep., 1787. [III, 160.]
(Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895, Pages 96)

Jonathan Winn, late of Woolwich. Joseph Winn, of Wilmington, Adm'r, 20 Sep., 1773. [I, 249] Nathan Weston and Francis Ford, sureties. Inventory by Jonathan Reed, Samuel Ford and John Hathorn, all of Woolwich, 22 Sep., 1773, £141 : 13 : 0.    [I, 255.]
Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895

Joseph Young, late of Pownalburough. Abihail Young, of Pownalborough, widow, Adm'x, 18 Dec, 1772. Richard Holbrook and Alexander Gray, sureties. Inventory by Thomas Rice, Michael Sevey and Moses Hilton, 19 Feb., 1773. [1, 25G.]
Source:Abstracts from the Records of the Probate Court at Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine, 1760-1800, by William D. Patterson, 1895



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