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NH 

352.07 
M66 
1962 



ANNUAL REPORTS 



OF THE 



TOWN OF 



MILTON 



NEW HAMPSHIRE 



FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31st 



1962 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 

Assessed Valuations 



i ANNUAL REPORTS 

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Assessed Valuations 






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MILTON 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 
1962 



FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31st 

AND THE 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 



Printed by the farmingfon News 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Town Officers 3 & 4 

Town Warrant > 5-8 

Budget 9-11 

Inventory 12-14 

Comparative Statement 15-16 

Financial Report 17 - 20 

Schedule of Town Property 21 

Summary of Warrant 22 - 26 

Town Clerk's Report 27 

Treasurer's Report 27 - 30 

Detailed Statement of Payments 30 - 42 

Water Commissioner's Report 42 

Water District Warrant 43 

Water District Financial Report 44 - 46 

Auditor's Report 46 

Fire Department Reports 47 - 51 

Public Library Report 52 

Trust Funds 53 - 61 

Nute Charitable Association Reports 62-65 

Vital Statistics 66 - 69 

Inventory of Taxpayers 70 - 106 

School Reports 107 - 128 



TOWN OFFICERS 

MODERATOR 
Milford L. Galarneau, Sr. 

CLERK 
Dorothy A. Regan 

SELECTMEN AND OVERSEERS OF THE POOR 

Stanley C. Tanner 
Robert P. Laskey John G. Gilman 



TREASURER 
Charles W. Barrett 

COLLECTOR OF TAXES 
Emma P. Ramsey 

TRUSTEES OF TRUST FUNDS 

George L. Slack Theodore Ayer 

Henry Johnson, Secretary 



TRUSTEES OF FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY 

Agnes Hayes 
Dennis W. Long Helen Roberts 



AUDITORS 
Charles E. Piper Thelma P. Tibbetts 

SUPERVISORS OF THE CHECK LIST 

George W. Longley Madeline Galarneau 

Charles E. Piper 



POLICE OFFICERS 
Chief, Charles H. Walbridge 

Weyland Pike 

SPECIAL POLICE OFFICERS 

Harry E. Blair Fred Morrill 

Robert Vachon Clifton Abbott 

Norman Lessard (Deceased) 

HEALTH OFFICER 
Charles tt. Logan 



5 

TOWN WARRANT 

WARRANT FOR THE 1963 TOWN MEETING 
STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 



To the Inhabitants of the Town of Milton in the county 
of Strafford, in said State, qualified to vote in Town Af- 
fairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town House in 
said Town on Tuesday the twelfth day of March, next, at 
ten of the clock in the forenoon, with polls not closing 
before eight of the clock in the afternoon, to act on the 
following subjects; 

1. To bring in your ballots for Town Officers. 

ARTICLES OF BUSINESS AT 7 : 30 P.M. 

2. To see if the Town will vote to raise and approp- 
riate a sum of money not to exceed six hundred and thirty 
dollars and thirty-six cents ($630.36) in order to receive 
Town Road Aid. (The State of N.H. to contribute $4202.41). 

3. To see if the Town will vote to use a non-partisan 
ballot in future Town Meetings. (A non-partisan ballot is 
the type of ballot we are accustomed to using in Milton). 

4. To see if the Town will vote to raise & appropriate 
a sum c* money not to exceed three thousand five hundred 
dollars ($3500.00) for oiling. 

5. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
a sum of money not to exceed eight hundred dollars ($800.00) 
for camp roads. 

6. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
a sum of money not to exceed thirteen thousand ($13,000.00) 
for gravel and repairs of highways and bridges. 



7. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
a sum of money not to exceed eleven thousand dollars 
($11,000.00) for winter maintenance. 

8. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
a sum of money not to exceed eight hundred dollars ($800.00) 
for repair of sidewalks. 

9. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
a sum of money not to exceed fifteen hundred dollars 
($1500.00) for maintenance of highway equipment. 

10. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
a sum of money not to exceed sixteen hundred dollars 
($1600.00) to purchase a snow plow. 

11. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
a sum of money not to exceed two thousand dollars ($2000.00) 
to meet the note on the fire truck. 

12 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
the sum of three thousand four hundred dollars($3400.00) 
for street lights. 

13. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
a sum of money not to exceed eighteen thousand dollars 
($18,000.00) to pay Town charges and expenses and pass 
any other vote or votes relative thereto. 

14. To determine the salaries, wages and other compensa- 
tion and allowances for all persons serving the Town, 
and to pass any other vote or votes relative thereto. 

15. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
a sum of money not to exceed three thousand three hundred 
dollars, ($3300.00) for the Milton Fire Department, and 
pass any other vote or votes relative thereto. 



16. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
a sum of money not to exceed one thousand dollars, ($1000.00) 
for maintenance of the Milton Mills Fire District. 

17. To see what sum of money the Town will vote to pay 
the first and second Engineers and Firemen in addition 
to the amount allowed by law, to see how much per hour 
the Town will vote to pay Engineers and Firemen while 
fighting fires, and pass any other vote or votes relative 
thereto. 

18. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
a sum of money not to exceed two hundred fifty dollars 
($250.00) for Memorial Day. 

19. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
a sum of money not to exceed four hundred fifty dollars 
($450.00) for the Milton Free Public Library at Milton 
Mills. 

20. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
a sum of money not to exceed five hundred dollars ($500.00) 
for the maintenance of hydrants in the Milton Water District. 

21 . To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
a sum of money not to exceed three hundred five dollars 
and ninety-five cents ($305.95) for the Lakes Region Assoc- 
iation. 

22. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
a sum of money not to exceed three hundred dollars ($300.00) 
for Civil Defense use. 

23. To see what action the Town will take in regard to 
revaluating the Town, 

24. To see if the Town will vote to close the Piggott 
Hill Road from the western boundary line of the George 
Fifield property. 



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25. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Select- 
men to file in behalf of the Town an application (in form 
and manner required by the United States and in conform- 
ity with P.L. 560, 83rd Congress ) and do whatever else 
may be required for an advance , in the amount of $10,000.00, 
to be made by the United States to the Town of Milton to 
aid in defraying the cost of preliminary report and plan 
preparation for sewerage and sewage treatment Facilities 
for the Town of Milton, and, further, to see if the Town 
will make the necessary arrangement to provide such 
additional funds as may be required to defray the cost of 
preparation of the report and plans. 

26 c To see if the Town will authorize the Selectmen 
to hire on notes of the Town a sum of money necessary 
to pay current expenses in anticipation of taxes of 1963, 
and pass any other vote or votes relative thereto. 



27. To transact any other business that may legally come 
before this meeting. 



Stanley C. Tanner 
Robert P. Laskey 

John G. Gilman 



Selectmen of Milton 



a true copy Attest; 

Stanley C. Tanner 
Robert P. Laskey 
John G. Gilman 



TOWN BUDGET 

Estimates of Revenue and Expenditures for the Ensuing Year January 1, 
1963 to December 31, 1963. Compared with Estimated and Actual Revenue 
Appropriations and Expenditures of the Previous Year January 1, 1962 to 
December 31, 1962. 



SOURCES OF REVENUE 


Estimated 


Actual 


Estimated 




Revenue 


Revenue 


Revenue 




Previous 


Previous 


Ensuing 




Year 


Year 


Year 




1962 


1962 


1963 


FROM STATE: 








Interest and Dividends Tax 


$ 2,800.00 


$ 2,262.07 


$ 2,200.00 


Savings Bank Tax 


25.00 




25.00 


Return on TRA Construction 


2,263.41 


7,253.82 




FROM LOCAL SOURCES 








EXCEPT TAXES: 








Dog Licenses 


225.00 


224.00 


225.00 


Business Licenses, Permits 








and Filing Fees 


20.00 


23.00 


20.00 


Income of Departments: 








(a) Highway, including rental 








of equipment 




351.00 




(b) Town Beach 




2,429.55 




(c) Fire Department 




55.50 




(d) Town Dump 




50.00 





Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 7,000.00 7,653.76 7,000.00 

Sale of Town Property 400.00 

Refunds 48.57 

Ballot Recount 10.00 

Return on Canceled Checks 204.20 

Anticipation Loans 85,000.00 

TAXES PREVIOUS YEARS: 

Property Taxes 17,308.33 

Poll Taxes 286.00 

Head Taxes 870.00 

Interest on Taxes 770.89 

Penalties 102.50 



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CASH SURPLUS 
Tax Sales Redeemed 



2,714.08 



FROM LOCAL TAXES OTHER 
THAN PROPERTY TAXES: 



1963 TAXES: 




14.00 




(a) Poll Taxes-Regular (5>$2 


1,100.00 


880.00 


1,100.00 


(b) National Bank Stock Taxes 


56.00 


58.20 


58.00 


(c) Yield Taxes 


1,500.00 


2,478.65 


2,000.00 


(d) Head Taxes 




2,755.00 




TOTAL REVENUES FROM ALL 








SOURCES EXCEPT PROPERTY 








TAXES 


$ 14,989.41 


$134,203.12 


$ 12,628.00 


1962 Property Taxes 




186,617.14 




Balance January 1, 1962 




27,239.79 




TOTAL REVENUES 


**•• 


•••* 


$348,060.05 


PURPOSES OF 


Appropria- 


Actual Ex- 


Estimated 


EXPENDITURES 


tions 


penditures 


Expenditures 




Previous 


Previous 


Ensuing 




Year 


Year 


Year 




1962 


1962 


1963 


Current Maintenance Expenses: 








GENERAL GOVERNMENT: 








Town Charges 


$ 20,000.00 




$ 17,000.00 


Town Officers' Salaries 




4,045.02 




Town Officers' Expenses 




2,981.21 




Election and Registration 








Expenses 




482.24 




Expenses Town Hall and 








Other Town Bldgs. 




202.55 




Employees' Retirement and 








Social Security 




950.39 




PROTECTION OF PERSONS 








AND PROPERTY: 








Police Department 




1,487.25 




Fire Department: 








Milton $3,300; M.Mills $1,000. 


4,300.00 


4,513.14 


4,300.00 


Bounties 




8.50 




Damages and Legal Expenses 




46.25 




Civil Defense 


300.00 


74.58 


300.00 



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HEALTH: 

Health Department, Including 
Hospitals 
Vital Statistics 

Town Dump and Garbage Removal 
HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES: 
State TRA Construction 
Town Maintenance-Summer 
Town Maintenance-Winter 
Street Lighting 
Equipment Maintenance 
Town Road Aid 

LIBRARIES 
PUBLIC WELFARE: 
Town Poor 
Old Age Assistance 

PATRIOTIC PURPOSES: 
Memorial Day and Veterans 1 

Associations 
Aid to Soldiers and Their 

Families 

RECREATION: 

Town Beach 

Parks and Playground, Incl. 

Band Concerts 

PUBLIC SERVICE ENTERPRISES: 
Cemeteries 

Abatements and Refunds 
Advertising and Regional 

A ssociations 
Taxes Bought by Town 
INTEREST: 
On Temporary Loans 
On Long Term Notes and Bonds 
HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES: 
Sidewalk Construction 
Taxes To State 
Mold Board Assembly 
Milton Water District 

(a) Milton Mills Fire District 

(b) Long Term Notes-Fire Truck 
and Loader 

(c) Anticipation Loans 

(d) Hydrants 





96.88 

34.00 

669.69 




17,300.00 

11,000.00 

3,400.00 

2,000.00 

631.53 


5,017.56 

17,300.27 

11,812.77 

3,381.70 

1,743.04 

631.53 


17,300.00 

11,000.00 

3,400.00 

1,500.00 

630.36 


450.00 


450.00 

2,771.67 
2,663.13 


450.00 


250.00 


250.00 

61.25 

2,555.76 

62.42 

4.00 
66.00 


250.00 


284.16 


284.16 
2,882.29 

1,014.25 
177.20 


305.95 


800.00 

500.00 
4,633.76 
1,004.38 


821.64 
4,303.66 

359.09 
4,633.76 
1,004.38 


800.00 

1,600.00 
4,600.00 
1,000.00 


3,600.00 
500.00 


3,600.00 

85,000.00 

500.00 


2,000.00 
500.00 



12 

COUNTY TAXES 11,296.28 11,296.28 11,296.28 

SCHOOL TAXES 136,500.45 136,500.45 136,500.45 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES $218,750.56 $316,739.96 $214,733.04 



INVENTORY 

Valuation of the Town of Milton for the Year 1962 



Description Number Valuation 
Lands and Buildings (Exclusive of Property listed in 

Item #2 & #3) 2,105,670.00 
House Trailers, Travel Trailers, Mobile Homes 11,250.00 

Factory Buildings Including Land & Machinery 595,000.00 

Electric Plants 271,531.00 

Stock in Trade 158,000.00 

Boats & Launches 80 9,700.00 

Horses, asses and Mules 9 400.00 

Cows 87 4,155.00 

Other Neat Stock 13 590.00 

Sheep andGoats 18 130.00 

Gasoline Pumps and Tanks 3,350.00 
Road Building & Construction Machinery incl. 

Stone Crushers 5,500.00 

Portable Mills, Well Drilling Machinery 1,300.00 

Wood, Lumber, Logs, etc (Not Stock in Trade) 25,500.00 

Total valuation before Exemptions allowed 3,192,076.00 
Less: Veterans' Exemptions and exemptions to 

Blind 132,575.00 
Net Valuation on which Tax Rate is 

Computed 3,059,501.00 

Public Service Co. 254,031.00 

Spaulding Fibre Co., Inc. 17,500.00 

Total $271,531.00 



13 

Amount of property valuation exempted to 

veterans $131,975.00 
Amount of property valuation exempted to 

blind 600.00 
Total valuation exempted to veterans and blind $132,575.00 

Number of inventories distributed 940 

Number of inventories returned 673 
Number of veterans who received property exemption 134 

Number of veterans exempted from poll tax 154 

APPROPRIATIONS and TAXES ASSESSED 

Town Charges 20,000.00 
Milton Fire Department $3,300.00 

Milton Mills 1,000.00 4,300.00 

Civilian Defense 300.00 
Town Maintenance 
Summer $17,300.00 

Winter 11,000.00 28,300.00 

Street Lighting 3,400.00 

Maintenance of Equipment 2,000.00 

Town Road Aid 631.53 

Libraries 450.00 

Memorial Day, Vet. Assoc, Old Home Day 250.00 

Water, Hydrants 500.00 

Advertising and Regional Associations 284.16 

Sidewalk Construction 800.00 

New Equipment, Mold Board Assembly 500.00 

Payment on Debt (^OO^Og 

Total Town Appropriations $65,315,69 

Less: Estimated Revenues and Credits 

Interest and Dividends Tax 2,262.07 

Revenue from Yield Tax Sources 1,100,00 

Interest Received on Taxes and Deposits 500.00 

Business Licenses, Permits and Filing Fees 20.00 

Dog Licenses 220.00 

Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 7,000.00 

Sale of Tax Deeded Property 400.00 



14 

National Bank Stock Taxes 58.20 

Poll Taxes at $2.00 No. 583 1,166.00 

Total Revenue and Credits 12,726.27 

Net Town Appropriations 52,589.42 

Net School Appropriations 136,500.45 

County Tax Assessment 11,296,28 

Total of Town, School and County 200,386.15 

Plus Overlay 1,540.92 

Amount to be Raised by Property Taxes 201,927.07 

Taxes to be committed to Collector: 

Property Taxes 201,927.07 

Precinct Taxes 5,638.14 

Total Property Taxes 207,565.21 

Poll Taxes at $2.00 1,166.00 

National Bank Stock Taxes 58.20 

Total Taxes to be committed 208,789.41 

Tax Rates 

Town 6.60 

Milton Water Precinct .62 

Milton Mills Fire Precinct .28 

Name Valuation Taxes Rate 

Precincts: 

Milton Water Dist. 747,380.00 4,633.76 .62 

Milton Mills Fire 358,706.00 1,004.38 .28 



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FINANCIAL REPORT 

Financial Report of the Town of Milton in Strafford County for the Fiscal 
Year Ended December 31, 1962. 

ASSETS 
CASH 

In hands of treasurer $31,320.09 

UNREDEEMED TAXES: (from tax sale on 
account of) 

(a) Levy of 1961 2,102.43 

(b) Levy of 1960 157.32 

2,259.75 
UNCOLLECTED TAXES: 

(a) Levy of 1962 19,789.50 

(b) Levy of 1961 17.93 

(c) State Head Taxes-Levy of 1962 920.00 

20,727.43 

TOTAL ASSETS $54,307.27 

GRAND TOTAL $54,307.27 

Net Surplus, December 31, 1961 2,894.39 

Net Surplus, December 31, 1962 10,139.91 

Increase of Surplus 7,245.52 

LIABILITIES 

DUE TO STATE: 

(Uncollected $1,105.00) (Collected-not remitted 
to State Treas. $185.00) $ 1,290.00 

Due to School Districts: Balance of 

Appropriation 38,000.00 

Town Beach 2,877.36 

LONG TERM NOTES OUTSTANDING: 
Fire Truck: Final note due 1963 2,000.00 

TOTAL LIABILITIES $44,167.36 

Excess of assets over liabilities (Surplus) 10,139.91 

GRAND TOTAL $54,307.27 



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RECEIPTS 

CURRENT REVENUE: 
FROM LOCAL TAXES: (Collected and 
remitted to Treasurer) 

Property Taxes -Current Year-1 962 $186,617.14 

Poll Taxes -Current Year-1 962 880.00 

National Bank Stock Taxes -1962- 5820 

Yield Taxes -1962- 2,478.65 

State Head Taxes (5)$5. -1962- 2,755.00 

Total Current Year's Taxes Collected 

and remitted $192,788.99 

Property Taxes and Yield Taxes - 

Previous Years 17,308.33 

Poll Taxes -Previous Years- 286.00 

State Head Taxes (S$5. - Previous Years 870.00 

Interest received on Taxes 770.89 

Penalties on State Head Taxes 102.50 

Tax sales redeemed 2,714.08 

1963 Taxes 14.00 

FROM STATE: 

FOR HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES: 
(a) For Town Road Aid (1961 and 1962) 7,253.82 

Interest and dividends Tax 2,262.07 

FROM LOCAL SOURCES, EXCEPT TAXES: 

Dog Licenses 224.00 

Business licenses, permits and filing fees 23.00 

Rent of town property 50.00 

Income from Fire Department 55.50 

Income from departments - Highway 351.00 

Income from Town Beach 2,429.55 

Motor vehicle permits 7,653.76 

RECEIPTS OTHER THAN CURRENT 

REVENUE: 

Temporary loans in anticipation of 
taxes during year $85,000.00 

Refunds 48.57 

Ballot Recount 10.00 

Sale of town property 400.00 

Return on Canceled Checks 204.20 

TOTAL RECEIPTS OTH ER THAN 

CURRENT REVENUE & 85.662.77 

$320,820.26 

Cash on Hand January 1,1962 27,239.79 

GRAND TOTAL $348,060.05 



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CURRENT MAINTENANCE EXPENSES 




GENERAL GOVERNMENT: 




Town officer's salaries 


$ 4,045.02 


Town officer's expenses 


2,981.21 


Election and registration expenses 


482,24 


Expenses town hall and other town buildings 


202.55 


PROTECTION OF PERSONS AND PROPERTY: 




Police department 


1,487.25 


Fire department, including forest fires 




Milton $3,513.14; Milton Mills $1,000. 


4,513.14 


Civil Defense 


74.58 


Bounties 


8.50 


HEALTH: 




Health department, including hospitals 


96.88 


Vital statistics 


34.00 


Sewer maintenance 


669.69 


HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES: 




Town Road Aid 


631.53 


Town Maintenance (Summer— 




$17,300.27) (Winter-$1 1,812.77) 


29,113.04 


Street Lighting 


3,381.70 


Highway Department - Equipment 




Maintenance 


1,743.04 


LIBRARIES: 




Libraries 


450.00 


PUBLIC WELFARE: 




Old age assistance 


2,663.13 


Town poor 


2,771.67 


PATRIOTIC PURPOSES: 




Memorial Day and Veteran's Associations 


250.00 


Aid to soldiers and their families 


61.25 


RECREATION: 




Town Beach 


2,555.76 


Park and playgrounds, including 




band concerts 


62.42 


PUBLIC SERVICE ENTERPRISES: 




Cemeteries, including hearse hire 


4.00 


UNCLASSIFIED: 




T.R.A. Overdraft 


8.50 


Damages and legal expenses 


46.25 


Advertising and Regional Associations 


284.16 


Taxes bought by town 


2,882.29 


Discounts, Abatements and Refunds 


66.00 


Employees' Retirement and Social Security 


950. 39 



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TOTAL CURRENT MAINTENANCE EXPENSES $62,520.19 

INTEREST: 

Paid on temporary loans in anticipation 
of Taxes 1,014.25 

Paid on long term notes 177.20 

TOTAL INTEREST PAYMENTS 1,191.45 

OUTLAY FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION, 

EQUIPMENT AND PERMANENT IMPROVEMENTS: 
Highways and Bridges-State Aid 

construction-T-R.A. for State 5,017.56 

Sidewalk Construction 821.64 

New equipment (Highway $359.09) 359.09 

TOTAL OUTLAY PAYMENTS 6,198.29 

INDEBTEDNESS: 

Payments on temporary loans in 

anticipation of taxes 85,000.00 

Payments on long term notes 3,600.00 

TOTAL INDEBTEDNESS PAYMENTS 88,600.00 

PAYMENTS TO OTHER GOVERNMENTAL 
DIVISIONS: 

Boat Tax 41.65 

State Head Taxes paid State Treas. 

(1962 Taxes $2,349.00) (Prior Yrs. $1,096.40) 3,445.40 

Payment to State a/c Yield Tax Debt 

Retirement 808.11 

Taxes paid to County 11,296.28 

Payments to Precincts 

Milton, $5,133.76; Milton Mills, $1,004.38 6,138.14 

Payments to School Districts (1961 

Tax $38,000.00) (1962 Tax $98,500.45) 136,500.45 

TOTAL PAYMENTS TOOTHER 

GOVERNMENTAL DIVISIONS 158,230.0 3 

TOTAL PAYMENTS FOR ALL 

PURPOSES $316,739.96 

Cash on Hand December 31, 1962 31,320.09 

GRAND TOTAL $348,060.05 



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TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT 



LEVY OF 1962 
DR. 
Taxes Committed to Collector; 

Property Taxes 207,559.61 

Poll Taxes 1,166.00 

National Bank Stock Taxes 58.20 

Total Warrant 208,783.81 

Yield Taxes 2,478.65 

Added Taxes: 

Property Taxes 79.50 

Poll Taxes 48 « 00 

Interest Collected 23 * 79 

Total Debits 211,413.75 



CR. 
Remittances to Treasurer: 
Property Taxes 186,617.14 

Poll Taxes 880.00 

National Bank Stock Taxes 58.20 

Yield Taxes 2,478.65 

Interest Collected 23.79 

190,057.78 
Abatements; 

Property Taxes 1,514.47 

Poll Taxes 52.00 

1,566.47 
Uncollected Taxes - As Per Collector's List; 

Property Taxes 19,507.50 

Poll Taxes 282.00 

19,789.50 
Total Credits 211,413.75 



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LEVY OF 1961 

DR. 
Uncollected Taxes - As of January 1, 1962: 

Property Taxes 17,206.66 

Poll Taxes 288.00 

Added Poll Taxes 2.00 

17,496.66 
Interest Collected During Fiscal Year ended 

December 31, 1962 738.75 

Total Debits 18,235.41 

CR. 

Remittances to Treasurer During Fiscal year Ended 
December 31, 1962: 

Property Taxes 17,192.73 

Poll Taxes 286.00 

Interest Collected During year _ 738.75 

18,217.48 

Uncollected Taxes - As Per Collector's List: 
Property Taxes 13.93 

Poll Taxes 4.00 

Total Credits 18,235.41 



STATE HEAD TAX 
LEVY OF 1962 

DR. 
State Head Taxes Committed to Collector: 

Original Warrant 3,715,00 

Added Taxes 90,00 

Total Commitment 3,805.00 

Penalties Collected 15.50 

Total Debits 3,820.50 



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CR. 

Remittances to Treasurer: 

Head Taxes 2,755.00 

Penalties 15.50 

2,770.50 

Abatements 130.00 

Uncollected Head Taxes»As Per Collector's List 920.00 

Total Credits 3,820 # .50 

LEVY OF 1961 

DR. 

Uncollected Taxes - As of January 1, 1962 860.00 

Added Taxes During 1962 10.00 

Penalties Collected During 1962 87.00 

Total Debits 957.00 

CR. 
Remittances to Treasurer During 1962: 

Head Taxes 870.00 

Penalties 87*. 00 

957.00 

Total Credits 957.00 



LEVY OF 1960 



Uncollected Property Taxes 


$124,90 


Interest collected 


8.35 


Total 


133.25 


Remitted to Treasurer Property Taxes 


115.60 


Interest 


8.35 


Abated 


9.30 


Total 


133.25 


Uncollected Yield Taxes for 1959 


71.14 


Abated as of December 31, 1962 


71.14 


Poll Taxes Collected for 1963 


4.00 


Head Taxes Collected for 1963 


10.00 



14.00 



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SUMMARY OF TAX SALES ACCOUNTS 
AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1962 

DR. 

--Tax Sale on Account of Levies of> 

Previous 
1961 I960 Years 

(a) Taxes Sold to Town 
During Current 

Fiscal Year 2,882.29 

(b) Balance of 
Unredeemed Taxes - 

January 1,1962 2,384.55 205.65 
Interest Collected 

After Sale 2.81 64.58 19.89 

Total Debits 2,885.10 2,449.13 225.54 

CR. 

Remittances To Treasurer 

During Year 675.17 2,179.33 129.74 

Abatements -During Year 7.60 

Deeded To Town - 

During Year 107.50 104.88 95.80 
Unredeemed Taxes - 

At Clo se of Year 2,102.43 157.32 



Total Credits 2,885.10 2,449.13 225.54 

(a) 'Taxes Sold to Town During Current Fiscal Year": 
Tax sale held during fiscal year ending December 31, 1962, 
should include total amount of taxes, interest and costs to 
date of sale. 

(b) ''Balance of Unredeemed Taxes - January 1, 1962": 
Should include balances of Unredeemed Taxes, as of be- 
ginning of fiscal year - January 1, 1962, from Tax Sales 
of previous years. 

NOTE: TOTAL DEBITS and TOTAL CREDITS should agree. 



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UNREDEEMED TAXES FROM TAX SALES 
ON ACCOUNT OF LEVIES OF: 

1961 1960 

Brewer, Marcus & Bertha 21.65 

Clough, Dennis F. 26.79 

Henderson, F rankl in &Leona 25.20 

Hussey, Robert & Mathilda 25.20 24.66 

Johnson, Justin & Doris 49.02 

Katwick, Arthur & Alice 1,367.50 

Lygren, John & Janice 101.79 

Reagan. Anna 25.20 

Rhodes. Harry & Virginia 56.55 

Smith, Mildred 153.70 

Tarlton, Jeannette 121.94 

Weckbacker, John & Winifred 37.86 

Wentworth, Reginald 10.90 10.72 

Wheeler, Elmer 162.06 

Marcoux, Robert 39.01 *__. 

Total ' 2,102.43 157.32 



I hereby certify that the above reports as of December 
31, 1962 are correct to the best of my knowledge and be- 
lief. 

Emma P. Ramsey, Collector 



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REPORT of TOWN CLERK 

Motor Vehicle 

1961 Transfers & Registration 

1962 Registrations 

1963 Registrations as of Dec, 31, 1962 

Paid Treasurer 

Received for Dog taxes 
Fees paid Dorothy A. Regan 



Paid Treasurer 

Filing fees & recount 
paid Treasurer 



$535.91 

6943.74 

184.13 

$7663.78 
$7663.78 



246.00 
22.00 
$224.00 

$224.00 

$23.00 
$23.00 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dorothy A. Regan 

Town Clerk 



TREASURER'S REPORT 



Cash on Hand January 1, 1962 

RECEIPTS 

Farmington National Bank 
Anticipation of Taxes 

Received from Emma P. Ramsey 
1960 Property Tax 

1960 Interest 

1961 Poll Tax 
1961 Property Tax 



$27,239.79 



$ 85,000.00 



115.60 

8.35 

286.00 

17,192.73 



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1961 Interest 


738.75 


1961 Head Tax 


870.00 


1961 Head Tax Penalties 


87.00 


1962 Poll Tax 


880.00 


1962 Property Tax 


186,617.14 


1962 Head Tax 


2,755.00 


1962 Head Tax Penalties 


15.50 


1962 National Bank Stock 


58.20 


1962 Yield Tax 


2,478.65 


1962 Interest 


23.79 


1963 Poll Tax 


4.00 


1963 Head Tax 


10.00 


Tax Sales Redeemed 




1958 


52.07 


1959 


79.12 


1960 


2,177.88 


1961 


405.01 


Received from State of New Hampshire 




Interest & Dividend Tax 


2,262.07 


T.R.A. 


7,253.82 


Refund on Forest Fire 


15.45 


Received from Dorothy R. Regan 




Ballot Recount 


10.00 


Motor Vehicle 


7,653.76 


Filing Fees 


23.00 


Dog Licenses 


224.00 


Reimbursed Town 




Ethel Collins 


10.00 


Ivory Sanborn 


5.00 


Henry Perkins 


10.00 



Received from Stanley C Tanner 

Gate Receipts from Town Beach 2,429.55 



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Received for Tarring Road 

Milton Water District 75.00 

Received for Tarring Driveways 

Alden Bailey 20.00 

Phyllis J. Pierce 40.00 

Ingeborg V- Townsend 20.00 

Received for Plowing Driveways 

Carl Lilljedhall 9.00 

Ernest Peabody 25.00 

Emma Wentworth 6.00 

James E. Thayer 45.00 

Robert W. Page 30.00 

Ingeborg V. Townsend 36.00 

Received from Varney's Laundry 

Resurfacing Road 45.00 

Received from Fred Wright 



Deposit on Town Farm Lot 


25.00 


Received from Lillian G. Wright 
Balance on Town Farm Lot 


375.00 


Received from Town of Lebanon, Maine 
Use of Town Dump 
Chimney Fire 


50.00 
40.05 


Received from Herbert Downs 
Stamp 


.04 



Received from C W. Walbridge 

Refund on Police Clothes 12.10 

Refund from Eastern States 2.16 

Received from George Chandler 

Refund on Fire Dept. Radio 9.27 



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DISBURSEMENTS 

Payments as Per Order of Selectmen $316,535.76 

Cash on Hand December 31, 1962 31,320.09 



$347,855.85 



Respectfully Submitted, 
Charles W. Barrett, Treas. 



1962 

DETAILED STATEMENTS of PAYMENTS 

Town Officers' Salaries 

Selectmen and Overseers of the Poor; 

Stanley C. Tanner, $581.24 

Robert P. Laskey, 477.77 

John G. Gilman, 470.64 

Selectmen's Clerk, Albert H. Columbus, 499.68 

Town Clerk, Dorothy A. Regan, 339.08 

Treasurer, Charles W* Barrett, 363.28 

Charles W. Barrett, interim wages, 56.26 

Tax Collector, Emma P. Ramsey, 629.68 

Bookkeeper Trustee of Trust Funds, Henry Johnson, 193.76 

Auditors: 

Charles E. Piper, 29.10 

Charles E. Piper, error in 1961 payment, 1.47 

Thelma P. Tibbetts, 29.06 

Direstor of Internal Revenue, 374.00 

$4,045.02 
Town Officers' Expenses 

Stanley C. Tanner, expense and mileage, $67.60 

Robert P. Laskey, expense and mileage, 95.86 

John G. Gilman, expense and mileage, 81.99 

Albert H. Columbus, postage, supplies, 44.25 
Dorothy A. Regan: 

Motor vehicle permits, transfers, 505.50 

Copying inventory, 40.00 



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Postage, telephone, licenses, 61.10 
Emma P. Ramsey: 

Commission on head taxes, 107.70 

Expense, mileage, tax sale costs, 148.10 

Charles W. Barrett, mileage, postage, expense, 123.57 

The Farmington News, town reports, printing, 911.00 

Public Service Co. of N.H., office, 22.20 

N.E. Tel. & Tel. Co., office 142.05 

Brown & Saltmarsh, Inc., office supplies, 99.01 

Sargent Bros., tax bills, envelopes, 49.25 

Edson C. Eastman Co., dog tags, 11.83 

Cordelia Tanner, town officers' bonds, 252.00 

Jefferson Printing Co., town clerk supplies, 39.00 

Ernest E. Pray, repairs office machinery, 45.20 

Marjorie E. Holmes, transfer cards, 75.90 

Margaret W. Ogden, real estate reports, .70 

Assoc, of N.H., Assessors, dues, 3.00 

N.H. Town Clerks' Assn., dues, 3.00 

N.H. Tax Collectors' Assn., dues, 3.00 

Branham Publishing Co., auto guide, 7.00 
Rochester Fire Dept., towards Salvation Army truck, 25.00 

Parker's Greenhouse, Harold B. Stanley, 7.00 

Studley Flower Gardens, Marjorie M. Columbus, 5,00 

Farmington Nat'l. Bank, safety box, 4.40 

2,981.21 
ELECTION AND REGISTRATION 
Supervisors: 

George W. Longley $ 84.28 

Charles E. Piper, 58.09 

Madeline Galarneau, 96.75 

Milford Galarneau, Sr., moderator 65.39 

Ballot Clerks: 

Arnold Julin, 34.87 

Marie Mclntire, 34.87 

Raymond Fogg, 23.25 

Fred E. Carswell, Jr., 19.37 

Marjorie M. Columbus, 19.37 

Merton Roberts, 15.50 



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Charles W. Barrett, 7.50 

Barbara Mclntire, 7.50 

Cordelia Tanner, 7.50 

Jefferson Printing Co., checklist applications, 8.00 

$482.24 

Town Hall and Other Town Buildings 

Public Service Co. of N.H., town house, $ 25.99 

Farmington Gas & Appl. Co., heating gas, 109.00 

Charles W. Varney & Co., insurance on office, 20.82 

Marion E. Trickey, town pound, 20.50 

Rochester Hdwe. & Supply Co., glass, 1.24 

Robert Lumbard, care of Milton Mills clock, 25.00 

202.55* 
Police Department 
Charles H. Walbridge: 

Salary and police work, $531,86 

Telephone, 65.50 

Weyland Pike, salary and police work, 210.85 

Edwin Hutchins, police work and telephone, 21.29 
Special Officers: 

Clifton Abbott, 229.58 

Harry E. Blair, 71.39 

Norman Lessard, 85.25 

Fred Morrill, 32,93 

Robert A. Vachon, 5.81 

Public Service Co. of N.H., blinker, 58.17 

W.S. Darley & Co., signs and supplies, 43.45 

Diamond Police Equipment Co., 32.57 

Treas. State of N.H., signs, 84.40 

Harry E. Blair, supplies, 14.20 



Fire Department 



Herbert A, Downs: 
Salary and pay, 
Telephone, 
Fire warden duties, 

Herbert A« Downs, Jr., 



1,487.25 



$235.48 

78.18 

45.90 

7.30 



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John Lucier, fire payrolls, 102.59 
Firefighters: 

Arthur Garyait, 103.03 

Walter Moody, 74.16 

Everett Mclntire, 97.73 

John Lucier, 53.76 

Robert Mclntire, 44.08 

Sheldon Damon, 39,00 

Donald Cheney, 35.36 

Russell Ellis, 25.19 

Moses Eldridge, 25.19 

Richard Sprague, 23.74 

Dwight Drew, 23.74 

Maurice Savoie, 22.29 

Donald Pomroy, 11.14 

Ronald Nason, 1.10 

Walter Mclntire, 1.10 

American Fire Eqpt. Co., rdtary pump, 414.38 

Blanchard Associates, Inc., supplies, 86.59 

Roland E. Turmelle, Inc., fuel oil, 275.62 

Milton Garage, Inc. , batteries, service, gas, 389.62 

Roland's Cities Service, repair pump, 57.30 

Milton Superette, gas, groceries, 60.85 

Clifton E. Niblock, gas, 6.07 

George G. Chandler, antenna, 92.35 

Cordelia Tanner, liability on trucks, 297.12 

Hanover Insurance Co., liability on men, 98.88 

Foss & Came Agency, insurance on station, 44.20 

Chas. Varney & Co., insurance on trucks, 10.12 

Everett Mclntire, plowing snow, 45.00 

Public Service Co. of N.H., 72.45 

N.E. Tel. & Tel. Co., red line, 292.54 

N.E. Tel. & Tel. Co., station phone, 147.15 

Eugene Varney, labor at station, 14.53 

Harry E. Blair, supplies, 9.48 

State of N.H., firefighting supplies, 19.25 

Geo. Mann & Co,, Inc., chemicals, 10.86 

Phelps Photo, Inc., fire grid maps, 6.00 



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Taylor's Express , freight on material, 


3.45 


Arthur Garyait, express 


charges, 
Bounties 


9.27 
$3,513.14 


Robert Arnold (3) 




$1.50 


Frank Gray (6) 




3.00 


F. McLeod (1) 




.50 


George Perkins (2) 




1.00 


George Fifield (2) 




1.00 


John G. Gilman(3) 




1.50 



8.50 
Town Dumps 

Russell J # Andrews, caretaker, $437.89 
Highway crew at dump: 

Charles R,Whitehouse, 77.76 

Clifford Williams, 50.60 

Bard Plummer, 28.80 

George Smith, Jr. 24.64 

Milton Mills Cemetery Assn., land rent, 50.00 

669.69 
Health Department 

Charles H. Logan, salary, 96.88 

Street Lighting 

Public Service Co. of N.H., 3,381.70 

Vital Statistics 

Dorothy A. Regan, vital statistics, 34.00 

T. R. A. Appropriation 

Treas. State of N.H., 1962 appropriation, $631.53 

Summer Maintenance 

Charles R. Whitehouse, salary and truck, $2,898.49 

Clifford Williams, salary and truck, 2,169.45 

Bard Plummer, salary, 1,594.47 

George Smith, Jr., salary, 1,191.75 

Louis Rouleau, salary, 246.66 

Norman Place, Salary, 135.93 

Richard Rice, salary and truck, 64.50 



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Robert Marcoux, salary, 25.36 

David Paey, salary, 19.78 

Director of Internal Revenue, 690.00 

Treas., State of N.H 9 , O.A.S.I., 322.60 

Russell Ellis, mowing, 48.00 

Wm. J, Vickers & Son, Inc., asphalt, 1,926.49 

Farmington Village Precint, gravel, 224.30 

Norman Rowe, gravel, 62.00 

Public Service Co, of N.H., highway barn, 14.80 

Mobil Oil Co., Inc., diesel oil, 139.65 

penn- Hampshire Oil Co., 97.77 

Eastern State Farmers' Exch., brush kill, 223.00 

Milton Garage, Inc., gas, parts, service, 136.87 

Roland's Cities Service Sta., gas, etc., 108.29 

Tri-Echo Center, gas, 107.42 

Clifton Niblock, gas, 27.75 

Damon's Garage, gas, etc., 15.56 

The Market Basket, gas, 7.65 

Geo. F. Wilson & Co., starter, 29.75' 

Chas. DiPrizio & Sons, lumber, 124.01 

Tib etts Lumber Co., cement, lumber, 71.40 

Harry E. Blair, pai nt, etc., 23.60 

Palmer Hardware Co., material, 10.84 

Cordelia Tanner, liability on loader, men, 107.01 

Foss & Came Agency, insurance on grader 16.57 

Dearborn's Motor Express, freight on parts, 9.90 

Chadwick Ba-Ross, Inc., parts, .51 

Herbert A. Downs, welding, 7.75 

Alfred Humphries, aluminum rakes, 57.95 

Everett Mclntire, pipe and labor, 6.50 

Agnes T. Hayes, refund, 3. 50 

12,967.83 
Oiling Appropriation 

Charles R. Whitehouse, truck and salary, $300.78 

Clifford Williams, truck and salary, 347.76 

Clyde Laskey, truck and salary, 97.69 

George Smith, Jr., Salary, 109.64 

Bard Plummer, salary, 74.10 



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Robert Marcoux, salary, 59.67 

Ronald Douglas, salary, 57.67 

Louis Rouleau, salary, 53,19 

Everett Mclntire, salary, 23.86 

P.R. Boston, Inc., tar, 2,250.00 

Wm. J. Vickers & Son, Inc., sand, 89.85 

Director of Internal Revenue, 61.60 

Treas, State of N.H., O.A.S.I., 24.6 1 

*3,550.42 

Camp Roads Appropriation 

Charles R. Whitehouse, truck and salary, $234.32 

Clifford Williams, truck and salary, 211,58 

Bard Plummer, salary, 131.09 

George Smith, Jr., salary, 83.37 

Director of Internal Revenue, 56.20 

Treas., State of N.H., O.A.S.I., 17.65 

Wm. J. Vickers and Son, Inc., asphalt, 47.81 

$782.02 
Sidewalks Appropriation 

Charles R. Whitehouse, truck and salary, $127,08 

Clifford Williams, truck and salary, 99.78 

Bard Plummer, salary, 64,05 

George Smith, Jr., salary, 49,43 

Director of Internal Revenue, 25.00 

Treas., State of N.H., O.A.S.L, 8.80 

Wm. J. Vickers & Son, asphalt, 447.50 

821.64 

T.R.A. Construction for State 

Charles R. Whitehouse, truck and salary, $1,084.46 

Clifford Williams, truck and salary 906.87 

Homer Johnson, truck and salary 590.00 

W.H. Little, Jr., truck and salary 381.60 

Bernard G. Paey, truck and salary 179.47 

Bard Plummer, salary 380.60 

Louis Rouleau, salary 293.77 

George Smith, Jr., salary 293.16 

Norman Place, salary 209.39 



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Ronald Douglas, salary 208.00 

Robert Marcoux , salary 78.67 

David Paey, salary 31.12 

Director of Internal Revenue 277.90 

Treas., State of N.H., O e A.S.I. 102.55 

'5,017.56 



Equipment Maintenance 

R.C. Hazelton Co., Inc., repairs to loader $821.95 

Chadwick Ba-Ross, Inc., parts 361.05 

Dyar Sales & Mchny. Co., drag, paint, etc. 92.00 

Vachon Construction Co., haulage 80.00 

George F. Wilson Co., starter, etc. 63,41 

Palmer Hardware Co., roller, cutter 43.62 

Auction Exchange Store, material 25.22 

Sanel Auto Parts, Inc. 18.87 

Harty Trading Co., light 20,00 

Herbert A. Downs, welding 61.80 

Milton Garage, Inc. tire, tube, parts 120.32 

Roland's Cities Service St., repairs 31,50 

Dearborn's Motor Express 3.30 

1,743.04 

Winter Maintenance 

Charles R. Whitehouse, payrolls to March 8 $5,748.31 

Charles R. Whitehouse, truck and salary 1,219,18 

Clifford Williams, truck and salary 837.84 

Bernard Paey, truck and salary 51,27 

Bard Plummer, salary 523,15 

George Smith, Jr., salary $410,39 

Robert P. Laskey, salary 115,29 

David Paey, salary 103.43 

Ronald Douglas, salary 59,57 

Robert Marcoux, salary 36.36 

Louis Rouleau, salary 40.73 

Norman Place, salary 54.32 

Ralph D. Laskey, salary 29.09 



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Harry E. Blair, salary 22.50 

John L. Gilman, salary 49.93 

Director of Internal Revenue 740.56 

Treas., State of N.H., O.A.S.I. 255.06 

International Salt Co. 272.12 

Wm. J. Vickers & Son, Inc., sand, etc. 108.27 

Dyar Sales & Mchny Co., cutting edges 377.52 

Ralph D. Laskey, storage on grader 110.00 

Charles R. Whitehouse, storage, F.W.D. 110.00 

Penn-Hampshire Oil Co. 39.58 

Damon's Garage, gas, service 102.90 

Roland's Cities Service Sta., gas, service 112.43 

Tri-Echo Center, gas 84.34 

Clifton H. Niblock, gas 64.33 

Milton Garage, Inc., gas, etc. 38.62 

The Market Basket, gas 5.97 

R.C. Hazelton Co., Inc., plow shoes 20.99 

Ayers & Jenkins Co., snow pushers 8,07 

Chas. DiPrizio & Sons, lumber 4.20 

Robert P. Laskey, hardware 5.52 

C, & S, General Store, hardware 2.52 

Cordelia Tanner, insurance on F,W.D, 9.00 

Mosley's Express, freight on parts 2.60 

Public Service Co. of N.H., highway barn 7.40 

St. Johnsbury Trucking Co., freight 25.33 

Palmer Hardware Co., Inc., bolts 4.08 

$11,812.77 

Libraries 

Milton Free Public Library, Milton Mills 450.00 

Old Age Assistance 

State of N.H., public welfare 2,663.13 

Civil Defense 

Treas., State of N.H., supplies $ 42.30 

Hervey Tanner, Jr. 17.50 



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Brock's Plywood Sales, material 
Harry E. Blair, supplies 



8.00 

6.78 

74.58 



Town Poor 

James Z. Collons: 

Strafford County Home $ 954.94 

George E. Quinn, M.D. 41.50 

Davenport Funeral Home 327.50 

George Hooper: 

Board, Mabel Norwood 100,00 

Strafford County Home 458.74 

Ada Hunter: 

Frisbie Memorial Hospital 149.90 

Robert E. Lord, M.D. 50.00 

A. &.P. Tea Co. 80.12 

Family of Reginald Pennell, Jr. 

Stuart's Store, groceries 120.97 

Frances Griffin , rent 62.50 

Tri-Echo Center, utility gas 5.50 

A. & P. Tea Co., Henry Perkins 20.00 

Mrs. Edward Clark, c/o/ Ellis baby 400.00 

$2,771.67 

Aid To Veterans' Families 

Aid to family of a veteran 61.25 

Memorial Day 

Oscar G. Morehouse Post, A.L. 250.00 



Parks and Playgrounds 
Milton Mills Park: 
Public Service Co., Christmas lights, 1961 $ 

C. & S. Gen'l. Store, rope 
Steven Libby, mowing park 
Harry R. Smith, Christmas Tree 
Agnes Laskey, bulbs for tree 



26.32 
1.10 
6.00 

25.00 
4.00 

62.42 



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New Equipment 

R.C. Hazelton Co., mold board assembly 359.09 

Town Beach 
Richard Veno, lifeguard $ 540.12 

Ernest Dickson, gate attendant 389,56 

Albert L. Young, helper 52.60 

Clifford Williams, helper 37.77 

Charles Ellis, helper 35.84 
Highway crew at beach: 

Charles R. Whitehouse 49.92 

Clifford Williams 41.60 

Bard Plummer 28.80 

George Smith, Jr. 24.64 

Director of Internal Revenue 165.40 

Treas., State of N e H., O.A.S.I. 38.95 

Charles R. Whitehouse, commissioner's salary 150.00 

Stanley C. Tanner, commissioner's salary 50.00 

Game-Time, Inc., stoves, tables 247.38 

Porter Athletic Equip. Co., settees 176.00 

Chas. DiPrizio & Sons, lumber 118.41 

Frank R. Nutter, public address system 250.00 

Fred Nichols, plumbing and supplies 29.42 

Harry E. Blair, supplies 30.29 

Conrad's Farm & Home Supply, wire 16.95 

Cordelia Tanner, fire insurance 17.00 

Ruth Howland, Red Cross badges 11.50 

Public Service Co. of N.H. 16.33 
Ayers & Jenkins Co., lawn brooms $ 8.25 

The Rochester Courier, signs 7.50 

Palmer Hardware Co., chain and hasp 6.90 

Tri -State Gas Co., oxygen 3.70 

Dearborn's Motor Express 3.30 

Wendell A. Nickerson, signs 3.00 

Tri-Echo Center, supplies 2.63 

Milton Garage, Inc., plugs 2.00 

$2,555.76 



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Damages and Legal Expenses 
Errol S. Hall, legal fees 46,25 

Abatements and Refunds 
Joseph Lambert, abatement 1962 taxes 66.00 

Cemeteries 
Hugh Innes, care of Looney lot 4,00 

Regional Associations 
Lakes Region Association, appropriation 284.16 

Taxes Bought by Town 
Emma P. Ramsey, sale of 1961 taxes 2,882.29 

Retirement and Social Security 
State of N.H., O.A.S.I. 950.39 

Tempory Loans 
Farmington National Bank, anticipation notes 85,000.00 

Long Term Loans 
Farmington National Bank, fire truck note $2,000.00 

First Nat'l. Bank of Rochester, loader note m l t 600.00 

* 3,600.00 

Interest on Loans 
Farmington National Bank: 
Interest on fire truck note $ 130.00 

Interest on anticipation notes 1,014.25 

First Nat'l. Bank of Rochester: 
Interest on loader note 47,20 

1,191.45 

State and County 
State of N.H.: 

Bond and debt retirement tax $ 808.11 

Clerical on boat tax 41,65 



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1961 head taxes 1,096.40 

1962 head taxes 2,349.00 
T.R.A. overdraft 8.50 

Treas., Strafford County, 1962 tax 11.296.28 





15,599.94 


Precincts 




Milton Water District: 




Precinct tax 


$4,633.76 


Hydrant rental 


500.00 


Milton Mills Fire District: 




Hanover Insurance Co., liability 


98.87 


Balance of appropriation 


901.13 


Precinct tax 


1.004.38 



$7,138.14 

School District 
Ruth W. Plummer, treasurer: 

Balance of 1961 appropriation $38,000.00 

♦Part of 1962 appropriation 98.500.45* 

136.500.45 
Balance $316,739.96 

♦Witheld for current operating expenses ($38,000.00) 



WATER COMMISSIONERS' REPORT 

Your Commissioners submit the following report for 
the year 1962. 

Like previous years we have been plagued with service 
leaks, at times it was hard to keep up with them, and cost 
a lot of money. 

We believed a year ago the solution was to reduce the 
pressure and $15,000 was appropriated to construct a re- 
lay station on upper Silver St. which would reduce the 
pressure in the lower part of the town where most of 
the trouble was from 120 lbs. pressure to 60 lbs. 



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After considerable engineering work and consultation 
with other water departments, we found the relay station 
to be automatic would be quite a complicated affair and 
might not be the solution of our troubles. 

Anderson & Nichols, consulting engineers of Concord 
sent one of their men over and after studying the situation 
carefully decided it was not the pressure causing us the 
trouble as other Water systems have as much and some 
more pressure, were not having our troubles. Sections 
of pipe and copper tubing that had failed were taken to 
Concord and studied. It was their belief the nature of the 
water was causing the trouble, and our small treatment 
equipment was way too small for the job. They reccommend- 
ed instead of the small pump we have and ten gal. crock 
we get a three hundred gal. tank and pump in proportion 
and treat all the water we pump. We are now awaiting 
the arrival of a representative for a price on this equip- 
ment. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Wilfred L. Dupuis 
Stanley c. Tanner 
Frank E. Mclntire 



WATER DISTRICT WARRANT 

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 



To the inhabitants of the Milton Water District, in 
the Town of Milton, qualified to vote in the district affairs. 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Engine House 
Hall in said District Saturday, the 16th day of March 1963 
at seven o'clock in the afternoon to act on the following 
subjects: 

Article 1, To choose a moderator for the ensuing year. 

Article 2, To choose a clerk for the ensuing year. 



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Article 3, To choose a commissioner for three years. 
Article 4, To choose a treasurer for the ensuing year. 

Article 5, To raise and appropriate a sum of money 
to pay for retirement and interest on pipe 
line relocation notes, on Farmington Road 
extention. 

Article 6, To see if the District will authorize the com- 
missioners to hire on notes of the district a 
sum of money necessary to pay current ex- 
penses in anticipation of taxes of 1963. 

Given under our hand and seal at said Milton this day 
of February 1963, 

Wilfred L. Dupuis 
Stanley C. Tanner 
Frank E. Mclntire 

A true copy of warrant, attest. 

Wilfred L. Dupuis 
Stanley C. Tanner 
Frank E. Mclntire 



FINANCIAL REPORT 
of the MILTON WATER DISTRICT 

Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1962 
This is the certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete and 
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

DOROTHY A REGAN 
February 18, 1963 Treasurer 



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BALANCE SHEET 

ASSETS 
Cash on hand 

(a) General fund 3,988.07 

(b) Other Savings Acct. 11,000.00 
Uncollected Water Rents 1,542.56 
Prepaid Insurance 21.48 

Total Assets 16,552.11 

Excess of Liabilities over Assets (Net Debt) 4,647.89 

Grand Total 21,200.00 

LIABILITIES 

Notes outstanding 21,200.00 

Total Liabilities 21,200.00 

Grand Total 21,200.00 
SCHEDULE OF PRECINCT PROPERTY 
Lands and Buildings: 

Water Supply & Buildings 4,923.16 

Storage Structure 4,310.06 

Distribution Main 54,654.01 

Fire Station & Lot 1,500.00 

Service and Meters 7,830.67 

Hydrants 1,903.58 
Furniture and Apparatus: 

Pumping Station Equipment 4,005.65 

General Equipment 351.73 

Intangible Property 5,556.05 

Total Valuation 85,034.91 

RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS 

RECEIPTS 

Current Revenue: 

From Taxes 4,633.76 

Hydrant Rentals 500.00 
From Other Sources: 

Water Rents 4,642.64 
Other: 

Private Water Supplies Sold 684.59 
Receipts other than Current Revenue: 

Notes issed during year 15,000.00 



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Cash on hand at beginning of year 

Grand Total 

PAYMENTS 
Current Maintenance Expenses: 
General Expense 

Elec. Power & Lts. 

Insurance 
Salaries: 

M. Benton, SupH. 

M. Columbus, Col 

E. Mclntire, Com. 

W. Dupuis, Com. 

S. Tanner, Com. 

D Regan, Treas. 

C. Piper, Aud. 

E. Ramsey, Clerk 

E. Downs, Mod. 
Labor 
Supplies 

Exp. Non Utility 
Repairs, at Pump House 
Interest Paid 
Indebtedness 

payment on Notes 

Total Payments for all Purposes 
Cash on hand at end of year 

Grand Total 



871.42 
26,332.41 



346.66 

1,452.27 

21.48 

326.00 

125.00 

75.00 

75.00 

75.00 

100.00 

10.00 

5.00 

5.00 

2,990.59 

2,856.35 

22.80 

186.86 

271.83 

2,400.00 
11,344.34 
14.988.07 
26,332.41 



AUDITORS REPORT 
Feb. 9, 1963 Milton, N.H. 

We have examined the books of the Tax Collector, Town 
Clerk, Town Treasurer, Selectmen's books, the accounts 
of the Trustee of Trust Funds, and of Trustee of Library, 
and find them correctly cast and correct to the best of 
our knowledge and belief. 

Charles E. Piper 
Thelma P. Thibbetts 

Auditors 



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REPORT of CHIEF ENGINEER 

MILTON FIRE DEPT. 

The department answered the following calls the past 
year: 

5 Buildings 

7 Grass and brush 
3 Chimney 
2 Automobiles 

6 Stand by out of town 
2 Dump 

A new pump was installed on the tank truck, after the 
old one was found to be beyond repair, We had a very 
good year fire-wise. I would like at this time to thank 
all who helped us in any way the past year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Herbert Downs, 

Chief Engineer, M.F.D. 

WARRANTof the MILTON MILLS FIRE DISTRICT 

OFFICERS 

Commissioners 



Dennis Long Robert W. Page William J. Madden 

Clerk Robert Lumbard 

Treasurer Chester Stevens 

Moderator Lewis Piper 

To the inhabitants of the Milton Mills Fire District in 
the Town of Milton, qualified to vote in District affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet in the Fire House in 
said District on Saturday the 16th day of March 1963 at 7 
o'clock p.m. to act on the following subjects. 

1. To choose a Moderator for the following year. 

2. To choose a Clerk for the following year. 



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3. To choose a Treasurer for the following year. 

4. To choose a Commissioner for three years. 

5. To choose a Commissioner for two years. 

6. To see what sum of money the District will vote 
to pay the Chief, the Assistant Chief and the Engineers 
and the Firemen in addition to the amount allowed 
by law, and the rate of pay to the aforementioned 
men while fighting fires in the District, in the Town 
in the surrounding Towns and to pass any other vote or 
votes relative thereto. 

7. To see if the District will vote to raise and appropri- 
ate a sum of money not to exceed two thousand nine 
hundred dollars ($2,900.00) to pay the operating ex- 
penses for the ensuing year and to pass any other vote 
or votes relative thereto. 

8. To see if the District will vote to authorize the Comm- 
issioners to borrow on notes of the District if necessary 
in anticipation 1963 taxes. 

9. To transact any other business that may legally 
come before the meeting. 

Robert W.Page 
Dennis Long 
William J. Madden 

Commissioners 
Given under our hand and seal at Milton Mills, N.H. 
this 1st day of February 1963. 

A true copy of the Warrant Attest: 

Robert W. Page 
Dennis Long 
William J. Madden 
Commissioners 

REPORT OF THE MILTON MILLS FIRE CHIEF 

To the voters and commissioners of the Milton Mills 
Fire District. 

The following calls were answered in the District from 



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January 1, 1962 to December 31, 1962. 

3 chimney fires 

1 camp fire 

1 grass fire 

1 oil burner fire 
The following calls were answered outside the District 
from January 1, 1962 to December 31, 1962. 

1 house fire (Stoneham, N.H.) 

1 grass fire (Acton, Maine) 

1 forest fire (Sanbornville, N.H.) 

1 chimney fire (Branch Hill) 

2 chimney fires (Acton, Maine) 

Wish to thank all for their efforts and cooperation with 
our Department and to thank all for their efforts in fire 
prevention. 

DAMON PIKE 
Chief 

FINANCIAL REPORT 

MILTON MILLS FIRE DEPARTMENT 



Balance 

Balance 

Received 

Received 

Received 

Received 

Received 

Received 

TOTAL 



January 1, 1962 
January 1, 1962 
from Town of 
from Town of 
from Town of 
from Town of 
from Town of 
from Town of 
RECEIPTS 



Milton 

Acton,Maine , 1961 fire 

Acton, Maine,1962 fire 

Wakefield forest fire 

Milton 

Rochester Bank 



$ 865.23 
$ 865.23 
1905.51 
103.40 
47.90 
174.44 
875.00 
5000.00 
$8971.48 



DISBURSEMENTS 



Electricity 

Fuel Oil 

Fire Truck Service 

Telephone 



$ 36.84 
276.49 
160.07 
258.19 



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Insurance 275.08 

Equipment 89.01 

Note-Interest 253.51 

Supplies 10 .80 

Pay Roll 850.51 

Pay Roll as Cash Wakefield Fire 174.44 

Chester Stevens, Treasurer 25.00 

Service Charge at Bank 3,66 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS $2413.60 

Balance January 1, 1963 $6557.88 

Anticipated Expenses January - April 1963 $ 6.375.00 

Approximate Balance April 1, 1963 $182.88 



Respectfully submitted, 
CHESTER I. STEVENS, Treasurer 



FOREST FIRES 

Costs of suppressing carelessly set outdoor fires in New 
Hampshire in 1962 cost the persons responsible $5,545, 
In the same period, the cost to the cities and towns for 
control of such fires for which no responsibility could b< 
place cost another $24,634 . What utter waste of tax monej 
and what shameful and needless loss of timber and estheti< 
values in the 2200 acres burned. Residences, farms, anc 
other business places were threatened with possible total 
destruction. 

Carelessly set man -caused fires can be prevented if ever] 
citizen remembers his responsibility in regard to any source 
of fires in the open. We can help to keep our .fire loss lo^ 
by remembering these simple rules. 



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1. Dispose of burnable waste at the town dump. 

2. If waste or brush is to be burned on the premises, 
obtain a permit from the forest fire warden. Seasonal 
permits may be issued for approved incinerators and sites. 

3. Burn safely by picking a clean site, avoiding dry windy 
weather and preferably burning late in the day. 

4. Have something to keep the fire under control - 
pails of water, garden hose, sprinkling can, broom for 
grass fires or shovel will help. 

5. Be sure your fire is dead out before you leave it. 

6. If the fire gets out of control or if you see a fire out 
of control, report promptly to your warden or fire department. 
Continue to fight it until help arrives. 

There is a potential danger when matches fall into the 
hands of children. It is never too early for parents to install 
in the child's mind a respect for fire. 

Keep our town safe from fire. 

In 1962 we had 1 fire. 

We burned 1/2 acres. 
Permits issued. 30 

Forest Fire Warden 
Herbert A. Downs 

District Fire Chief 
Robert W. Smith 



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REPORT of MILTON MILLS 
FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY 



1962 



Jan. 1 Balance 

Cash in Library 

Apr. 2 Town Check 

June 12 Town Check 

Oct. 6 Town Check 

Nov. 19 Milton Women's Club 

Dec. 10 Town Check 



Balance in Checkbook 
Cash in Library 



$159.76 
1.65 
100.00 
100.00 
150.00 
10.00 
100.00 







$621.41 




PAYMENTS 




Janitor 




$43.00 


Librarian 




195.00 


Fuel 




51.00 


Lights 




10.00 


Books and Magazines 




125.97 


Labor and Shrubs 




20.04 


Insurance 




101.12 



$546.13 

73.63 

1.65 

$621.41 

Helen M. Roberts 

Treasurer 



TRUSTEES 

/s/ 

Helen M. Robert 

Dennis Long 

Agnes T. Hayes 



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SCHOOL TRUST FUNDS 

REPORT OF COMMON SCHOOL FUNDS 1962 



Shares INVESTMENTS 


Principal 


L Income 


116 


North River Insurance Co. 


$3277.00 


$197.20 


212 


Bankers Trust Co, 


3355.00 


371.70 


118 


Manufacturers -Hanover Trust Co 


. 3540.00 


316.00 


128 


Great American Insurance Co. 


3300.00 


236.00 


80 


New Hampshire Insurance Co. 


3311.91 


201.60 


40 


Public Service Co. of N. H. 


3280.00 


134.00 


112 


Chase Manhattan Co. 


3293.75 


291.20 


92 


First National Bank, Boston 


3342.28 


276.00 


113 


National Shawmut Bank 


3277.00 


293.80 


186 


Pennsylvania Co. 


3262.50 


223.20 


117 


Bank of America 


3376.31 


234.00 


67 


American Telephone & 








Telegraph Co. 


3794.70 


241,20 


1 


U. S. Treasury Bond 


4955.13 


200.00 


270 


Loomis Sayles Mutual Fund 


4525.20 


194.40 






$49890.78 


$3430.30 




RECEIPTS 






12/31/ 


'62 Dividends 1962 




3430.30 



EXPENDED 
1/10/63 To Milton School Board 3430.30 

INVESTMENTS 
1/1/62 Cash on hand 73.12 

1/29/62 Sold 70 shares United Illuminating Co. 4519.30 

$4592.42 

EXPENDED 

1/23/62 Bought 270 Sh. Loomis-Sayles Fund 4525.20 

1/19/62 Bought 8/9 Sh. Bankers Trust Co. 62.00 

Reserves 5.22 

$4592.42 



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CEMETERY TRUST FUNDS 



REPORT OF CEMETERY TRUST 



Shares 


5 INVESTMENTS 


51 


North River Insurance Co. 


165 


Bankers Trust Co. 


52 


Manufacturers -Hanover Trust Co 


56 


Great American Insurance Co. 


34 


New Hampshire Insurance Co. 


18 


Public Service Co. of N.H. 


48 


Chase Manhattan Bank 


40 


First National Bank, Boston 


50 


National Shawmut Bank 


91 


Pennsylvania Co. 


61 


Bank of America 


56 


American Telephone & 




Telegraph Co. 


105 


Virginia Electric& Power Co. 


126 


Pacific Gas & Electric Co. 


150 


Gulf States utilities Co. 


1 


U. S, Treasury Bond 


282 


Loomis-Sayles Mutual Fund 



FUNDS 1962 
Principal 

$1440.75 
2502.75 
1560.00 
1452.00 
1432.50 
1476.00 
1433.75 
1423.50 
1450.00 
1672,50 
1870.27 

3145.06 
2137.80 
2155.50 
3183.25 
991.01 
4483.82 
$33810.46 



Income 
$86.72 
289.35 
140.00 
112.00 
85.68 
60.30 
124.80 
120.00 
130.00 
109.20 
122.00 

201.60 
147.00 
123.90 
154.50 
40.00 
218.0 , 4 
2265.09 



RECEIPTS 
1/1/62 Cash on hand 

1/29/62 Sold 70 Sh. United Illuminating Co. 
12/31/62 Dividends 1962 
12/1/62 Reserves 

EXPENDITURES 
6/6/62 Mrs. Frank Goodwin 
11/12/62 Mrs. Frank Goodwin 
11/21/62 Hugh Innes 

1/9/63 Union Marble & Granite Works 
1/10/63 Mrs. Elizabeth Peabody 
1/6/63 B. B. Plummer 
2/19/62 Bought 5/9 Sh. Bankers Trust Co. 



613.80 

2212.50 

2265.09 

20.00 

5111.39 

15.65 
729.35 
306.00 

38.00 
346.36 

30.00 

38.75 



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2/23/62 
1/1/63 



1/1/62 

6/2/62 

6/6/62 

6/26/62 

8/3/62 

9/17/62 

10/5/62 

10/9/62 

10/22/62 

12/28/62 

12/31/62 



Bought 
Cash 



132 Sh. Loomis-Sayles Fund 



SAVINGS ACCOUNT 
Deposited in Farmington Savings Bank 
Received from Mrs. Amy Stowe 
Received from Althea Turner 
Received from Madeline Pond 
Received from Antoinette Burrell 
Received from Mrs. Frank Goodwin 
Received from Emma Greenlaw 
Received from Althea W. Miles 
Received from Abbie Chick 
Received from Est. Abbie S. Wiggin 
Annual Interest 



2212.32 

1394.96 
5111.39 



1894.35 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
200.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 

1300.00 

68.23 

$4162.58 



IRA S. KNOX FUND 
(DURGIN ESTATE) 
Shares Stock 

219 American Tel. & Tel. Co. 

11 Bangor Hydro -Electric (Preferred) 
45 Bangor Hydro-Electric (Common) 

2 Boston & Maine (Preferred) 

2 Boston & Maine (Common) 
39 Central Maine Power Co. 

6 Chase Manhattan Bank 

4 Consolidated Edison (Preferred) 
33 Consolidated Edison (Common) 
90 General Electric 

6 Great Northern Paper Co. (Capital) 

12 International Textbook (Capital) 

3 New York Central R. R. (Capital) 

5 Radio Corporation 

6 Studebaker Packard Corp. 
2 $100.00 Treasury Bonds 

1 $1,000.00 Treasury Bond 
Appraised Value Approximately 



Dividend 

$788.40 

33.18 

27,90 



136.52 

22.46 

20.00 

99.00 

135.00 

6.00 

36.00 

.98 

4.50 

5.00 

$40,000.00 



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Savings Banks 


Interest 


Balance 


Piscataqua Savings Bank No. 69644 


$267, 


53 


$3,736.39 


Portsmouth Savings Bank No. 92652 


51, 


13 


714.63 


Maine Savings Bank No. 15054 


254.92 


3,551.00 


RECEIPTS 








Dividends -- Stocks 






$1,314.94 


Savings Accounts- -1961 Interest 






262.22 


- 1962 Interest 






311.36 


Total Receipts 






$1888.52 


EXPENDITURES 








Ledger 






3.35 


Safety Deposit Box Rent 






4.40 


Table 






17.29 


Milton Mills Fire Precinct 






875.00 


Repair of Durgin Building 






238.43 


Total Expenditures 






1,138.47 


Farmington National Bank Checking Account 






Balance January 1, 1962 






$2,285.83 


Total Deposits 






1,314.94 


Total Checks Written 






1,138.47 


Balance December 31, 1962 






$2,462.30 



Respectfully submitted, /s/ 

Charles W. Barrett, 
Treasurer. 



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62 
NUTE CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION 

STATEMENT OF ROCHESTER SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, 
Agent FOR NUTE CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION 
For the Fiscal Year June 1, 1961 to May 31, 1962 
June 1, 1961 
Principal of Fund: 

Cash $1,102.03 

Investments -Book Value 66,531.00 $67,633.03 

PRINCIPAL CASH 
June 1, 1961 
Principal Cash-Rochester Sav. Bank & Tr. Co. #A12763 $1,967.20 

Add-Cash Received from Securities Sold 
$200. U. S. Treas. Bds 3 7/8% 5/15/68 
$2000. U. S. Treas. Notes 4 7/8% 11/15/63 
Cash transferred from Income Cash 

Less-Cash Paid for Securities Purchased 
$2000. General Motors Accept. Corp. 

4% 3/1/79 
4 shs. International Paper Co. 
10 shs. American Can Co. 
$1000. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe 

4% 10/1/95 
$4000 New York Tel. Co. 2 3/4% 7/1 5/82 
$1000. Texaco, Inc. 3 5/8% 5/1/83 
19/25 shs. Commonwealth Edison Co. 

(to complete full share) 
May 31, 1962 
Principal Cash-Rochester Sav. Bank & Tr. Co. #A12763 $1,102.03 



PRINCIPAL INVESTMENTS 
June 1, 1961 

Principal Investments at Book Value $66,531.00 

Add-Securities Purchased or Received 
$2000. G.M. A.C. 4% 3/1/79 1,860.71 

4 shs International Paper Co. 130.00 

10 shs. American Can Co. 421.63 

$1000. Atchison, Topeka& Santa Fe 

4% 10/1/95 896.55 

$4000. New York Tel. Co. 2 3/4% 7/15/82 3,051.20 
$1000. Texaco Inc. 3 5/8% 5/1/83 901.55 



1,971.50 
2,047.75 


4,019.25 

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$8,398.79 


1,860.71 
130.00 
421.63 




896.55 

3,051.20 

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63 

106 shs. Commonwealth Edison Co.- 

2 fori split 0.00 

4 6/25ths Commonwealth Edison Co. 

2%stkdiv. 0.00 

19/25th. Commonwealth Edison - 

complete full sh. 
4 shs. International Paper Co -2% stk div. 

39 shs. N.H. Insurance Co. -1 fori split 7,296.76 

Less Securities Sold 
$2000. U. S. Treas. Bonds 3 7/8% 5/15/68 2,006.95 

$2000. U. S. Treas. Notes 4 7/8% 11/15/63 2,005.67 4,012.62 

May 31, 1962 

PRINCIPAL INVESTMENTS - Book Value $69,815.14 

May 31, 1962 
Principal of Fund: 

Cash 1,102.03 

Investments -Book Value 69,815.14 <g 70 917.17 

INCOME 
June 1, 1961 Balance of Income on hand 5,080.62 

Dividents 

American Can Co. 240.00 

American Tel. & Tel. Co. 342.00 
Appalachian Electric Power 4 1/2% Pfd. 90.00 

Chesapeake & Ohio Rwy Co. 160.00 

Commonwealth Edison Co. 214.50 

General Motors Corp. 375.00 

Hartford Electric Light Co. 189.00 

International Paper Co. 211.05 

New Hampshire Insurance Co, 91.65 

Niagara Mohawk Power Co. 144.00 

Pacific Gas & Elec. Co. 6% pfd. 105.00 

Seabord Air Line Railroad Co. 120.00 

Standard Oil Co. of Indiana 252.45 

United Shoe Machinery Corp. 175.00 

TOTAL DIVIDENDS 2,709.65 

Interest 

U.S. Treas. Notes 4 7/8% 1 1/15/63 612.84 

U. S. Treas. Bonds 3 7/8% 5/15/68 22.11 

U. S. Treas. Bonds 3% 2/15/95 90.00 
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Rwy 

4% 10/1/95 183.44 

G.M.A.C. 4% 3/1/79 175.33 
New York Telephone Co. 2 3/4% 

7/15/82 68.75 



64 

Texaco Inc. 3 5/8% 5/1/83 169.17 

Roch. Sav. Bank & Tr. Co. #A12763 41.99 

TOTAL INTEREST 1,363.63 

TOTAL INCOME PLUS BALANCE OF INCOME ON 

June 1, 1961 $9,153.90 

DISBURSEMENTS 

Bard B. Plummer 3,000.00 

Transferred to Principal Cash 2,412.34 

Roch. Sav. Bank & Tr. Co. - safe 

deposit box rent 8.25 

Roch. Sav. Bank & Tr. Co. - reim- 
bursement postage 5.30 

Roch. Sav. Bank & Tr. Co. - com- 
pensation as agent 302.66 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ~~ " .. $5,728.55 

May 31, 1962 

Balance of Income Cash on hand $3,425.35 

NUTE CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION 
Schedule of Securities at the Close of Business 

May 31, 1962 

ParValue PUBLIC FUNDS OF THE U.S. BookValue MarketValue 
$12,000. U.S. Treas. Notes 4 7/8% 

11/15/63 $12,034.04 $12,240.00 

3,000. U.S. Treas. Bonds 3% 2/15/95 3,007.50 2,580.00, 

$15,000. $15,041.54 $14,820.00 

PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS 
$ 5,000. New York Telephone Co. 

2 3/4% 7/15/82 $ 4,006.20 $ 3,950.00 

RAILROAD BONDS 
$ 5,000. Atchinson, Topeka& Santa Fe Rwy. 

4% 10/1/95 $ 5,047.75 $ 4,750.00 

MISCELLANEOUS BONDS 
$5,000. Gen. Motors Accept. Corp. 4% 3/1/79 4,827.86 $4,800.00 
5,000. Texaco, Inc. 3 5/8% 5/1/83 4,902.75 4,650.00 

$10,000. $ 9,730.61 $ 9,450.00 



65 

Shares RAILROAD STOCKS 
40 Chesapeake & Ohio Rwy. Co. 

75 Seaboard Airline Railroad Co. 



MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS 

120 American Can Co. 

95 American Tel. & Tel. Co. 

20 Appalachian Power Co. 4 1/2% Pfd. 

217 Commonwealth Edison Co. 

150 General Motors Corp. 

63 Hartford Electric Light Co. 

204 International Paper Co. 

78 New Hampshire Insurance Co. 

80 Niagara Mohawk Power Co. 

70 Pacific Gas& Elec. Co. 6% Pfd. 

110 Standard Oil Co. of Indiana 

70 United Shoe Machinery Corp. 



PRINCIPAL CASH 
PRINCIPAL INVESTMENTS 



Balance June 1, 1961 

Received from Finance Comm. 

Disbursed 

Balance May 31, 1962 



$ 2,529.50 


$ 2,080.00 


2,994.31 


1,875.00 


$ 5,523.81 


$ 3,955.00 


$ 2,674.39 


$ 5,160.00 


4,253.80 


10,735.00 


1,988.10 


1,900.00 


2,608.80 


8,680.00 


1,305.77 


7,650.00 


3,185.02 


4,284.00 


2,814.63 


5,916.00 


1,440.53 


2,496.00 


1,817.06 


3,300.00 


2,399.75 


2,170.00 


2,325.82 


5,170.00 


3,651.56 


3,780.00 


$30,465.23 


$61,241.00 


$ 1,102.03 


$ 1,102.03 


$70,917.17 


$99,268.03 


EASURER 


$979.97 




3000.00 




$3979.97 




3127.22 




852.75 



Respectfully submitted, 
Bard B. Plummer. 



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70 

INVENTORY of tho TAXPAYERS 

THE TOWN OF MILTON, N. H. April 1, 1962 

SI - World War I Service 
SE - World War n Service 
B - Blind Exemption 



Owner 
Abbott, Clifton O. & Alice M. 
Adams, Clarence 
Adams, Grant L. (SI) & Gretchen 

Adams, William 

Ahier,JohnP. 

Aim one, Peter & Fanny 

Allard, Paul A. & Aileen 

Allard, Paul F. & Antoinette 
Allen, Leroy E. Co. 



Amazeen, Walter 

Amazeen, Walter M. 
Amazeen, Walter M. & Helen B. 

American Oil Co. 

Amos, Frank H. (Sl)&IdaM. 



Anderson, EarleS. 



Anderson, John A. 

Anderson, John A. & Iria W. 
Anderson, Leslie 
Anderson, Nor ris E . & Meredith E . 
Andrews, Russell J. (SI) & Eva F. 
Arling, John & Cor rine A. 



Description Valuation 

l/2a Phillips homestead $2,500. 

20 Chris Tibbetts lot 80. 
l/4a Mary Roberts 

homestead 2,000. 

Bickford cottage on plains 1,400. 

1 l/2a land & bldgs. 1,250. 

11a henhouse & land 400. 

38a Oliva Richard farm 4,250. 

12a woodlot 100. 

la King land & bldg. 2,200. 

90a Hiram C. Lord lot 300. 
79 l/2a Wm. Ayer land, 

Westerly 700. 

42a Weston Palmer farm 8,000. 

220 a land 1,000. 

25a Elmer Knox land 50.- 
45a Chas. H. Amazeen farm 1,000. 

4a Hattie Parkhurst land 50. 

7a Wedgewood lot 50. 

Pumps & tanks 300. 
Lot 41 & cottage, 

Kingsbury 2,500. 

1 boat 400. 

40a Casey farm 3,000. 

35a Norris Anderson land 200. 

21a N. Anderson farm 750. 

155a Hersey place 750. 

5a land & bldgs. 1,750. 

Land 50. 

Lot 23, Bolan . 300. 

10a house & land 1,750. 

16a J. Swinerton land 250. 

l/4a Mary Roberts house 3,100. 
Lot 15 & cottage, lot 



71 



Armstead, Henry E. (SI) & Maud E. 
Arnold, Robert W. (SE)& C. Irene 
Arrigoni, Myron M., Libbie P., 

&JohnW. 
Auclair , Frederic E. 
Avery, EmmaP. 
Avery, Gordon G. 
Aver, Robert H. & Ruth A. Briggs 
Avery, TheronW.& EmmaP. 
Avery, Chalmers & Pike 



Ayer, Gladys H. 
Ayer, Theodore H. 



Bailey, Alden H. & Alice W. 
Bailey, Clifton & Joan G. 
Baker, Chester W. & Rosa M. 
Balcom , Chester T. & Charlotte R. 
Balmforth, Ezra H. & Irene F. 
Balodis, Vilhelms E. & Anna 
Barnard, Melvin L. 
Barrett, Charles W. (SE) & 
Louise P. (SE) 



Barron, Richard L.& Doris E. 



Barry, Joseph 
Bassett,JohnL.& Dorothy G. 
Batchelder, Ralph M. 
Beale, Atala 

Becker, Howard C.E. & Mary Lou 
Belleville, Theodore 
Bentley, Heirs of John W. 
Benton, E. Maynard& Lucille M. 



115, Lord 1,750. 

John Hobbs homestead 3,300. 

95a Ada F. Nutter farm 2,500. 

12a Nichols & Balmfordfarm 1,700. 

5a Hunter homestead 1,000. 

l/2a Walter Hayes homestead 2,600. 

St. John cottage, plains 750. 
30a Avery pasture 

Homestead 3,000. 

25a Jones lot 250. 

10 Twombly lot 50. 

70a Hayes lot 200. 
2a Charlotte Ayer 

homestead 3,100. 

104a farm 3,700. 

57a Brock land 275. 

75a woodland, Brierly farm 250. 

25a Hapgood land 250. 

3/4a homestead 2,300. 

60a Jay Plummer land 175. 

Lot 15 & cottage, Kingsbury 1,900 

11a Clements homestead 4,000. 

Cottage & land, Bowering 2,750. 

O. P. Hobbs homestead 1,500. 

Ruth Home homestead 2,000. 

135a Agnes Plumer farm 6,300. 

150a Spencer lot 450. 

21 cows 1,050. 
Lots 88, 90 & cottage, 

St. James 2,000. 

Lot 89 & cottage, lot 92 1,800. 

1 boat 100. 
Camp on plains 2,000. 
2a Percy homestead 3,700. 
40a Gilman & Johnson 280. 
House trailer 1,000. 
Olcott cottage on plains 1,400. 
3/4a Page land, homestead 2,600. 
Lots 51, 52, cottage, Clements 2,400. 

2 l/2a homestead 3,200. 
Lot 11, Bowering 75. 



72 



Bergeron, Isidore E . & Lucille D. 

Berry, Arthur H. 
Berryman, James R. 
Berube, Annette A. 
Bickford, Estate of Annie M. 
Bickford, Everett J. & Drucilla J. 
Bickford, Norman L. & Vera H. 

Bilodeau, Laura L. 
Blair, Harry E. 



Blair, Harry E. (SE) & Margaret 

Blair, Leonard & Rena D. 

Blaisdell, Ethel 

Blaisdell, vernor & Marjorie H. 

Blanton, Irvin & Constance G. 

Boggs, Edwin K., Jr. (SE)& Mary J. 

Bohan, Gerald J. & Theresa 

Boisvert, JosephO. 

Boivin, John J. & Victoria M. 

Boivin, William P. & Louise T. 



Bolduc, Wilfred & Leona 

Boorack, Peter F. 

Booth, Robert G. & Lois D. 
Borden, Heirs F rank H. 
Boris, Stanley H. & Emilie C. 

Bosquin, Florence E. 

Bosse, Leo M. & Beatrice A. 
Boucher, Edna R. 
Boucher, John W. & Myra E . 

Boudreau, Leonard & Marion E. 



Lot 43 & cottage, St. James 1,500. 

1 boat 100. 

105a homestead 2,400. 

Cottages on plains 2,400. 

Lot 4 & cottage, St. James 1,100. 

Lot 1A & cottage, St. James 1,000. 

Morphy cottage on plains 2,700. 
Lots 35, 38 & cottage, 

St. James 2,300. 

Lot 2 & cottage, Downing 1,700. 

4a town land & warehouse 2,800. 

Stock in trade 1,500. 

Auction barn 1,500. 
3/4a H. A. Blair homestead 

lot 10 Porter land 1,900. 

Homestead, lot 11, Porter 2,200. 

21a homestead, workshop 5,000. 

Samuel Blaisdell homestead 2,500. 

Lot 5 & camp, Henderson 1,500 

Lot 16 & cottage, Lord 1,300. 

l/2a Dawson homestead 6,500. 

Lot 22, St. James 150. 

3/4a camp lots, St. Charles 200. 

Stillings homestead 4,000. 

Lots 6, 7, Durkee cottage 
& 8 lots & cottages, Bow- 

ering 9,000. 

Lot 53 & cottage, St. James 2,000. 

1 boat 100. 

50a farm 1,100. 

45a Wentworth land 100. 

7a Nason land & bldg, 2,500. 

38a Louis Pomeroy land 250. 

365a Moses Chamberlain 

farm 9,400. 

4 cows 250. 

Lot 5 & cottage, St. James 3,100. 

la Pineland Park 250. 
Lots 5,6,9 & cottage, Ice Box 3,200. 

Lot 3 & cottage, Hart 2,400. 
1/3 a Boivin land & 

bldg, Durkee 2,200. 

Lot 30, Bolan 300. 



73 



Boulanger, Clement N. 
Boulanger, Eleanor T. 
Bowley , Wayne H. & Barbara A. 
Boyd, AbbieE. 
Braman, Madeline 

Breed, FredC. 

Brewer, Marcus(SE)& Bertha 

Bridges, Franklin L. n 

Bridges, Sidney M. & Doris D. 

Brock, LeonL.& Alice L. 

Brooks, Carlyne 

Brown, Clara N. W. 

Brown, Leslie M. 
Brown, Marguerite H. 

Brown, O. Wendell, Jr. 

Bruce, Kenneth R. (SE) & Marian C. 

Burke, Charles L.& Ida E. 

Burke, John, Jr., & Oliver George 
Bryant, John C . Jr . & Marilyn H. 
Burns, Robert I. (SE) & Sarah R. 

Burrough, Dana 

Burroughs, Howard W. & Evelyn T. 

Burroughs, Roy & Marion G. 

Burroughs, Warren D. (SI) 
Burroughs, Warren D. Jr. & 

RosemondJ. 
Burrows, Carl M. 

Burrows, George D. (SE) & Edna M. 
Bush, John R. & Elizabeth 



Lot 3, part 4, Durkee 1,700. 

Lot 54 & cottage, St. James 1,300. 

l/8a T. Ayer land & bldg. 2,200. 

11a land 100. 

Braemore Hotel 7,000. 

9a Tanner land 50. 

l/2a land & cottage 1,800. 

3a Wm. Ayer field & camp 1,500. 

Cottage on plains 2,000, 

1 boat 100. 

P. Gayer cottage & land 1,000. 

1 boat 100. 
Lot 4 & cottage, part lot 

46, Kingsbury 3,000. 

2 boats 200. 
l/8a Cook cottage & land 500. 
l/6a Cook land, Willey Road 25. 
100a Dudley Wentworth 400. 
44a John P. Wentworth 300. 
9 l/2a Homestead 2,250. 
la Orlando Brown homestead 3,800. 
27a woodlot 100. 
Stock in trade 1,500. 
40a Clarence Goodwin farm 1,800. 
Lots 68,70 & cottage, St. 

James 2,200. 

Lot 26 & cottage, Lord 700. 

Lot 26, Bolan 300. 
l/8a Christine Patrick 

homestead 2,200. 

Lot 53 & cottage, Clements 2,700. 

l/2a land & bldg. 1,700. 
l/8a Ella Wentworth 

homestead 15,00. 

la homestead 2,700. 

la Avery lot 125. 

l/2a homestead 2,200. 

l/4a Dwight Drew homestead 1,900. 

l/8a homestead 1,600. 

50a woodlot & field 300. 

28a Florence Gray farm 2,900. 

20a Augusta Henderson farm 1,800. 



74 



Butler, Maynard(SE)& Lillian A. 
Byrd,B.Arlene 



Cadarette, George & Exmerelda 



Callahan, Neil R. 



Came, Floss P. 

Campbell, Ernest W. 
Canney, Alice L. 

Canney, Carroll & Carolyn 

Capodestria, Dennis 

Carignan, Albert G.& Gladys M. 



Carignan, Omer & Alfreda 
Carlson, HildingN. & E. M. 

Carlson, Richard 

Carlton, Helens. 

Carswell, Clifton F. (SE)& Marion 

Car swell, Frances E. 

Carswell, FredE. Jr. (SE)& 

Dorothy L. 
Casey, Hazel 

Caskie, William A. (Si) & Anna D. 
Castonguay, Noel & Florence 
Chamberlain, Gardner M. 

(SE)& Hazel V. 
Chamberlain, Howard (SE) 

&EleanoreD. (SE) 
Chapman, Fred 
Chase, Arthur L. (SE) 



Chase, George H. 

Chase, L eslie O. & Doris L. 

Chaves, Manuel A. 



Thomas Butler house 


1,600. 


Lots 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 




15, 16, 17 & cottages, 




Clements 


5,000. 


Lots 150, 152 & cottage, 




St. Charles 


1,600. 


1 boat 


100. 


Lots 142, 144 & cottage, 




St. Charles 


2,200. 


1 boat 


100. 


Lots 48, 49, 50, cottage 




& garage, Clements 


3,500. 


Shoe shop lot 


400. 


31a Carl Canney woodlot 


75. 


6a Woollett field 


100. 


l/8a Nolan house 


4,000. 


1 boat 


100. 


Lots 5, 6, 7, 14, 15, 




16 & cottage, Hart 


4,500. 


1 boat 


100. 


Lot 25 & cottage, Bolan 


2,200. 


Gerould cottage, bunkhouse, 




plains 


2,600. 


1 boat 


400. 


142a farm 


8,300. 


10a Butler land & bldg. 


3,200. 


James Currie house 


3,000. 



Langelier house 2,000. 

16a Butters land & bungalow 1,250. 

5a Wm. Ayer land & bldgs. 2,000. 

Lot 18, St. James 150. 



Homestead 


2,600. 


George Tanner homestead 


2,000. 


1 boat 


100. 


13a land & bldgs 


1,000. 


56a Benton land 


240. 


House trailer 


250. 


l/2a homestead 


3,000. 


l/8a homestead 


3,000. 


1 boat 


100. 



75 



Cheney, Albert A. (SE) 
Cheney, Doris V. 



Cheney, Maurice 

Chick, AbbieB. 

Ciccotelli,Vito 

Clancy, Frank W. 

Clark, Charles & Lew 

Clark, Lew B. & Hazel S. 

Cleaves, James S. 

Cleaves, Sidney B. 

Cleveland, WillardC. & Louise C. 

Cliche, Roland L e & Alicia M. 

Clough, Dennis F. 

Clough, Fred E. (SE) & Janette 

Clough, Leon E. (SE)& Eleanor L. 

Clough, Warren C. & Marguerite D« 

Cobb, Harriette E. H. 



Cocheco Valley Sportsmen's Assn. 
Cochey, Arthur 
Cole, Charles W. & William J. 
Schlipp,Jr. 

Coleman Oil Co., Inc. 



Collier, MaryS. 
Collins, Ethel M. 
Columbus, Albert H. 
Columbus, Arthur N. 



Columbus, Reynold G. 

Condon, John J. (SI) & Agnes G. 
Conway, Kathleen F. 
Cook,Walter& Elaine J. 



4a G. Hayes field & camp 900. 

2 boats 100. 

16a homestead 2,200. 

la Rena Blair homestead 2,500. 

40a Cole lot 200. 

East lot, St. Charles 600. 

l/8a homestead 1,000. 

Lot 14, Ice Box 2,500. 

Cottage on plains 1,800. 

4a "Carlyne E. Clark ,, 1,100. 

50a Hervey Door farm 3,200. 

130 land 700. 

3a Alban Richard land 200. 

2 cottages on plains 1,700. 

Lot 4, Bolan 600. 

l/4a homestead 1,300. 

Hayes "Townsend" house 1,500. 
la Florence Weeks homestead 1,500. 

l/4a Wm. Ayer house 1,800. 
Lots 23, 25, 25, 26, 

27, 28, 30 & 2 cottages 

St. James 5,000. 

12a land & clubhouse 5,000. 

Cottage on plains 1,800. 

M. Chamberlain store, land 2,000. 

Stock in trade 2,500. 

Cities Service garage 9,700, 

Stock in trade 1,500. 

Pumps & tanks 300. 

Cot 69 & cottage, St. James 1,700. 

15a James Collins homestead 750. 

l/8a homestead 2,400. 

l/2a Red house 3,600. 

5a Webber land 50. 

16a Hayes land 50. 

Lot 7 & cottage, St. James 900. 

l/2a A. N. Columbus 

tenement 2,500. 

5a Grace Townsend farm 3,400. 

2a Fred Nichols homestead 4,400. 

Lot 128, 1/2 of 130 & cot- 
tage, St. Charles 1,200. 

1 boat 100. 



76 



Cooper, Lillian F. 

Copp,MaynardD. 

Cormier, Armand J. & EvelynS. 

Corson, Fay 

Corson, Nellie M. 

Cote, Larry L. 

Cote, Rene A. 

Coulombe, Harvey A. & Marion 

Cox, Herbert L. (SE) & Janice L. 

Cr aib, Allan & Ella F. 

Cress, AdelbertF. 

Cress, Dorothy C. 

Creteau, Nellie L. & Marjorie 

M.Scully 
Croteau, Robert E. & Rita M. 
Cudmore, Lawrence J. (SI) 

& Bertha 
Cull en, Roland P. 



Currier, Henrys. 

Currier, Henry S. Jr. & Doris A. 

Currier, Percy V. 

Currier, Ray B. 

Custeau, George A. (SE)& Mildred 

Cutting, Wallace A. & Marion E . 

Dame, Edward E. & Hazel 

Dame, Kenneth o. 

Damon, Sheldon W. (SE)& Mary E. 

Darling, Gladys M., George H., 

Earl C, Harold Smith & Louise 

E.Estes 
Davis, Daniel N. & Roger B. 
Davis, Donald K. & Grace E . 



Davis, EudoraA. 

Davis, Forrest M. 

Davis, Forrest M. & Lettie A. 

Davis. Wendell J. (SE)& Demetria 



50a Arthur Avery woodlot 250. 

2a James Bailey land 50. 

Lot 16 & Cottage, Kingsbury 2,000. 

Cottage, plains 600. 

Lot 6 & cottage, St. James 1,700. 

Cottage on plains 600. 

Cottage on plains 600. 

Lot 39 & cottage, Lord 2,000. 

l/4a Bent homestead 3,000. 

2 1/2 a land & bldg. 2,800. 

Lot 1, Henderson land 200. 
Lot 2, cottage, garage, 

Henderson 1,700. 

Lots 3, 4 & cottage, Clements 1,600. 

1/2 Roberge homestead 2,500. 

12a Iva Russell land & bldg. 2,200. 

Evans cottage on plains 1,800. 
Lots 79, 84, cottage, 

St. James 3,700. 

2 boats 200. 

l/4a homestead 1,000. 

l/4a Fred Smith homestead 1,500. 

Trafton cottage, plains 1,000. 

90a Lillian Currier land 400. 

Augusta Dorr homestead 2,000. 

Lots 19, 20 & cottage, Lord 1,500. 
l/2a Myrtie Rowell 

homestead 2,500. 

Lot 83 & cottage, St. James 1,500. 

House & land 4,000. 



Nellie Lamb cottage, Durkee 1,700, 

l/2a homestead 2,200, 

Lot 31 & cottage, Bolan 1,500, 

Lot 71 & cottage, St. James 2,600, 

1 boat 100 

Lot 156, St. Charles 50 

Lot 9, Porter land 100 

Land & cottage 3,600 

4a Wm. Sullivan farm 4,500 



Day, Clifton 



Day, Harlan E. & Myrtle P. 
DeBourgknecht, Faith N. 

DeLisio, Jeanne P. 

DeLuca, Leo & Rena 

Dennis, Elizabeth M. 

DeRose, Antonio J. & Evelyn 

Desmarais, AlfredG. & Aurore E. 

Desmarais, Raymond J. 

Desrocher, Daniel & Blanche E. 

Diab, Thomas J. 

Diack, Heirs Oliver 

Dickson, AllieM. 

Dickson, Charles L. & Ruby S. 

Dickson, Franklin B. & Mary T. 
Dickson, Grace H. 
Diemer, Georges. 
DiGiacomo, Charles & Margaret 
Dineen, Cornelius J. & Mary D. 

DiPrizio, Alvino C. 
DiPrizio, Charles, Jr. 



DiPrizio, John 

Dobbyn, Edward T. 

Dobbyn, JohnF. 

Dobbyn, Robert 

Doe, Walter 

Doherty,NormaJ. 

Dolan, Thomas J, & C. Louise 

Dolphin, LillaH. 

Donovan, Daniel T. & Gertrude H. 

Dore,CharlesE.(Sl) 

Douglas, Kenneth & Claire E. 

Douglas, Ronald G.& Shirley L. 



77 

10a homestead, Swan land 1,500. 

2 horses 150. 

1 cow 50. 

Cottage on plains 700. 

20a Irvin Bailey homestead 2,000. 

25a Bailey land 120. 
la Josephine Hastings cottage 4,500. 

1 boat 100. 
Lots 137, 139 & cottage 

St. Charles 1,300. 

Cottage on plains 1,400. 

Lot 5 & Cottage, Porter 3,700. 

6a cottage & land 2,500. 

Cottage on plains 1,400. 

19a Avery lot, So. 350. 

Durkee land 100. 

2a field 200. 

l/8a homestead 2,700. 

3.5a homestead 10,000. 

1 boat 100. 

l/4a homestead 2,500. 

4a homestead & land 6,000. 

17a land & bldg. 600. 

Durkee cottage, Bowering 3,500. 

183 Albert Wiggin land 600. 

100a Ford lot 500. 

10a Varney lot, North 450. 

18a Williams lot 300. 

65a Hayes & Twombly lots 320. 

25a E. Wilkinson land 200. 

Cottage on plains 1,900. 

Cottage on plains 1,200. 

1 boat 100. 

Lot & cottage, Carll 1,000. 

H. Corbett cottage, plains 1,600. 

10a Montefusco farm 4,000. 

l/8a Tasker & Woodward 1,900. 
8a James Donovan homestead 1,800. 

la homestead 1,500. 
5 1/2 a Ice Box, 6 cabins, 

land & homestead 6,000. 
l/4a Adjutant homestead, 

Clark bldg. 1,900. 



78 



Dowd, Mrs. Royal M. 

Downs, Chester K. (B) 

Downs, Herbert A. (SE)& Wilma 

Downs, Ruby 

Drake, Charles W. Sr. & Elizabeth 

Drapeau, Audrey M. 



Draper, Elizabeth E. 
Drew, Dwight S. & Eunice C. 

Drew, Ida L. C. 
Dube, Anna Morin 

Dube& Murphy, Inc. 
Dumais, EdmondE. 
Dupuis, Ellen H. 

Dupuis, Margaret R. 

Dupuis, Norman M. & Doris E. 

Dupuis, Wilfred L.& Gertrude T. 

Durkee, Donald P. & Porter J. 
Durkee, Porter J. & E Stella A. 
Dwyer, Sylvia L. 

Eason, Robert 

Eames,Seth 

Eaton, Doris M. 

Eck, Kenneth & Henrietta 

Eldridge, LucyC. 

Eldridge, Moses O. 

Ellis, Lloyd F. 

Ellis, Lois A. 

Ellis, Russell E. (SE)& ThelmaL. 

Elwell, Shirley M.(SE) 



Land 


150. 


Homestead 


600. 


l/8a homestead 


3,900. 


l/8a homestead 


1,250. 


Lot 28 & cottage, Bolan 


2,000. 


Lots 2, 4 & camp, 




St. Charles 


850. 


Lot 106, St. Charles 


150. 


35a Emma Wentworth land, 




Grover Wentworth camp 


2,000. 


l/2a Gathmann land & garage 200. 


Weaver land 


150. 


House trailer 


1,900. 


Luther Hayes farm 


2,000. 


Lots 8, 9 & cottage, 




Henderson 


4,100. 


3 computers & tanks 


450. 


Cottage on river 


1,500. 


7a Rand-Wyatt land & bldg. 


2,000. 


7 l/2a Wyatt woodlot 


50. 


l/8a John Williamson 




homestead 


3,000. 


Fred Welch homestead 


1,400. 


1/2 lot & camp, Ed Lord 


500. 


1 boat 


100. 


2a James Ham homestead 


2,750. 


15a land & bldg. 


300. 


37 l/2a Avery lot 


100. 


10a woodlot 


30. 


25a Edward C. Balcke farm 


7,500. 


4a Jacob Swinerton field 


500. 


Cottage & land 


1,700. 


l/4a Augusta Martin home 


3,200. 


Power cottage, plains 


1,600. 


l/8a homestead 


900. 


l/2a lot & cottage, Lord 


600. 


48a Leroy Allen woodlot 


150. 


Merton Davis homestead 


2,000. 


20a Lloyd Ellis farm 


1,200. 


l/4a Menard house 


3,000. 


1 l/4a Charles Perry farm 


750. 



79 



Emerson, Robert S.& Evelyn L. 

Ernest, Harold W. & Grace M. 

Evans, Heirs J. Garfield 
Evans, Richard & Madeline D. 
Evans, Samuel 

Fall, Tristram & Florence M. 
FarmingtonNat'l. Bank 
Ferguson, Fred J. 
Fernald, Lillian 

Fernald,'LuluA. 

Ferreira, Dorothy 

Feyler, Harlan E. (SE)& Louise M. 

Fields, Henry C. (SE)& ArleneM. 

Fifield, Francis H. & Mar jorie V. 

Fifield, George & Lavinia 

Filiau, Paul G. & Josephine M. 

First Natl. Bank of Rochester 

Fischer, EditheC. 

Flanagan, Edward J. & Florence M. 

Fletcher, Harry P. (SI) 

Fogg, George 

Fogg, RaymondD. & Lois 

Ford, Leroyj. & Ella B. 

Ford, Leroyj. 



Fortier, William K. (SE)&RenaD. 
Fortin, Bertha 

Fortin, Paul M. & Celine 

Foss, Lillian L. 

Foster, Flora M. 

Foster, Howard E. & Charles F. 

Fotino, Richard P, 

Fountain, DeanE. & Flora 

Fournier, Alberto. & Cecile 



Lot 10 & cottage, St. James 1,200. 

Lot 110, St. Charles 50. 
B & M. Freight house, 

station, land 5,000. 

50a John W. Evans 375. 

3a Victor Evans homestead 2,700. 
Lots 51, 52 & cottage, 

St. James 2,000. 

Lot, St. Charles 50. 
17 bank stock shares 1.70 

18a Ab ie Boyd homestead 2,000. 
Lots 39, 40, 41 & cottage, 

Clements 3,000. 

l/8a homestead 3,000. 

Lot 5 & cottage, Kingsbury 2,200. 

Land & bldgs. 500. 
1 l/5a Walter Moody 

homestead 3,000. 

la Tanner homestead 1,000. 

10a Oliver wo ,dlot 100. 

10a O'Donnell homestead 750. 

Lot 1 & cottage, Ice Box 3,000. 

226 bank stock shares 56.50 

4a Brailey land & bldg. 3,500. 

116a Buchanan farm 9,000. 

l/2a homestead 2,000. 

House trailer 1,000. 

Chipman homestead 2,600. 

76a farm 1,200. 

91a farm 3,700. 

75a Ray Plummer lot 300. 

15 cows 600. 

3 neatstock 100. 

la Ernest Lord homestead 2,300. 
Lot 17, part 19 & cottage, 

St. James 3,200. 

Lot 20, St. James 150. 

Lot 85 & cottage, St. James 2,700. 

la homestead 1,300. 

50a Lydia Nichols farm 2,000. 

la. Colucci land 100. 

Gardner cottage, plains 2,000. 

Lot 13 & cottage, Kingsbury 1,800. 



80 



Foutch, Orville D. & Alice M. 
F rancoeur , Jennie & Mary 
F rench, Forrest S. & Gladys L. 
French, Franklin 
F rench, William I. & Lillian G. 



Gagnon, Henry 

Gagnon, Richard A. &EstelleL. 

Gahagan, Wesley S. & Elizabeth H. 

Galarneau, MilfordL. & Madeline 

Galeucia, Elliott & Martha 

Garland, Heirs Llewellyn 

Garnett, William & Anne 



Garratt, Eunice T.& Francis C. 

Massin, Jr. 
Garyait, Arthur & Charlotte 
Gendreau, Edward 

Germain, Clifford P. & Gwendolyn 
Gibbs, Marshall F. Jr., Elaine A., 

David & Roberta A. Mattair 
Gilbert, Wilfred (SI) & Mildred 

Londo 

Gillis, Ronald J. & Mary F . 



Gilman, Ivan F. & Alice C. 
Gil man, John G. 



Lot 1 & cottage, Bowering 2,000. 

Paquette cottage, plains 900. 

100a Schmottlach farm 3,700. 

Portable mill 1,000. 
Lots 73, 78 & cottage, 

St. James 2,500. 
Lots 75, 80 & cottage, 



St. James 


2,400. 


Lots 184, 186, Durkee 


100, 


Cottage on river 


1,200. 


Lot 10 & cottage, Kingsbury 


2,000. 


1 boat 


200. 


Lot 56 & cottage, St. James 


2,000. 


2 boats 


150. 


l/2a Congregational 




parsonage 


2,700. 


Lot 120, 1/2 of 118, 




St. Charles 


100. 


40a farm 


3,300. 


60a pasture 


200. 


Lots 1, 2 & cottage, lot 




10, Hart 


2,700. 


Emery lot #11, Hart 


100. 



Gilman, John L. 



3a C. Tripp land & bldg. 3,500. 

l/4a homestead 1,900. 

M. Nickerson cottage, plains 1,600. 

1 boat 100. 

Viola Rogler homestead 2,500. 

80a H. B. Swinerton farm 1,500. 

la Russell Ellis dwelling 700. 

3a T. Ayer land 25. 
l/8a K. M. Thompson 

land & bldgs. 2,500. 

5a Eliz. Laskey lot 250. 

65a F. Cross lot 300. 

50a Arthur Lord lot 150. 

1 horse 50. 

4 cows 200. 

10 sheep 75. 

la Ivory Sanborn homestead 2,500. 



Gilman, Victor 

Glasz, Jeanne 

Golden, David E.(SE)& Barbara E. 



Golden, William H. (SE) & Marion A. 

Goltz, JohnO. 
Goodwin, Clarence H. & 

KatherineF. 



Goodwin, Lloyd E.(SE) & 

Barbara J. 
Goodwin, Neal D. & Vivian W. 

Goodwin, Sarah E. 

Goodrich, James F. & Evelyn B. 

Gould, E. Carl 

Gould, Daniel E.& NidaL. 

Grace, BurtN. & ElsieM. 

Granquist, Karl 

Grant, David F. & Jeanine C. 

Gravel, Aime 

Gray, Kenneth o. (SE)& Natalie J. 

Greene, James C. & Ada M. 

Greene Tanning Corp. 

Gregoire, Adelard J. (SE) & Irene 

Grenier, Arthur L. & Irene A. 

Grenier, Nelson R. & Eleanor E. 

Griswold, Robert L. & Ruth H. 

Grondin, Albert J. & Delma 

Gulf Oil Corp. 

Haley, Ernest & Catherine 
Haley, Paul A. & Elsie A. 
Haley, Heirs Sarah P. 
Hall, John A. & Marian 

Hall, Margaret P. (SI) 



81 

l/4a Paul Gendron 

land & bldg. 2,200. 

28a O'Leary land & bldg. 2,300. 
l/8a M. Kimball land & bldg. 2,800. 
l/8a Fred Kimball 

land & bldg. 125. 

la Klutz land homestead 

River lot, cottage, Lord 750. 
Lot 190 & cottage, 

St. Charles 1,100. 

Lot 192, St. Charles 50. 



2a Boyd house 3,200. 

Lot 6 & cottage, Henderson 2,000. 

1 boat 100. 

l/4a homestead 1,800. 

Lot 55 & cottage, St. James 2,500. 

la Hammond homestead 5,000. 
Lot & cottage, Branch River 1,700. 

3 l/2a homestead 850. 

18a Varney lot 150. 

Lilljedahl land & camp 200. 

60a Everett Mountain farm 2,500. 

Cottage on plains 1,000. 

T. Moody land & bldg. 1,500. 

50a Stonebraker farm 4,000. 
Factory, mills & machinery 45,000. 

Lots 5, 6 & cottage, Durkee 2,700. 

Lot 5, Lord 200. 

Cottage on plains 800. 

Crovo drugstore 4,000. 

Stock in trade 1,500. 

20a woodlot 75. 

8a woodlot 25. 

Pumps & tanks 750. 

l/2a Foss & Coles homestead 2,300. 

Lot, St. Charles 50. 

Land & bldg. 5,000. 

l/2a Laura Evans farm 2,400. 

Agnes Plumer land 25. 

Osborn homestead 2,700. 



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Ham , Bert J. Jr. & Bertha M. 
Ham, Heirs Blanche C. 
Ham, Eleanor M. 
Ham , F red L. & Ruth R. 
Ham, Joyce 
Ham, Lawrence R. 
Hanley, Rolla T. (Si) & Agnes M. 
Hannigan, Charles F. & Mary E. 
Hansen, William 



Harbour, William C. (SI) 

& Lillian 
Harriman, Carl E.(SE)& Faith E. 
Haselton, William K. 
Hayes, Charles T. 



Hayes, Esther G. 

Hayes, HaltonR.& Agnes T. 



Hayes, Helen F. 

Hayes, Maurice L. and/or Grace 

Hayes, Philip G.(SE) 



Hayes, Willis M. 

Heap, Sheldon 

Hebert, Armand& Emily 

Hebert, Leopold 

Henderson, Clifford R. & Geraldine 



Lot & cottage, Lord 


1,700. 


1/2 of cottage on plains 


250. 


Stephen Twombly homestead 


2,200. 


Lot, Lord 


1,700. 


1 boat 


100. 


1/2 of cottage on plains 


250. 


l/8a Rowell land & bldg. 


2,400. 


Lot 29, Bolan 


300. 


2 l/2a French garage, 




Branch 


2,500. 


Stock in trade 


1,000. 


18a O'Connor farm 


3,300. 


la Wm. Golden homestead 


2,500. 


3a Dowd homestead 


2,700. 


100a farm 


3,500. 


2 horses 


50. 


8 cows 


400. 


1 neat stock 


40. 


Lot 87 & cottage, St. James 


2,300. 


Carll lot & cottage, Clements 800. 


l/4a homestead 


8,000. 


l/8a R. Ayer homestead 


1,700. 


212a C. Philbrick farm 


4,000. 


House lot, Main St. 


250. 


l/4a Downs place 


2,000. 


34a Mountain land & shed 


750. 


Edwin Hayes camp 


600. 


l/8a homestead 


2,800. 


Lot 55 & cottage, Clements 


2,200. 


1/2 a land & stable 


1,200. 


14a lot & planing mill 


400. 


28a Samson lot 


50. 


15a Burroughs lot 


50. 


10a woodlot 


25. 


10a Luther H. Hayes 


25. 


Quimby cottage, plains 


800. 


Cottages & land 


3,000. 


Lot 45 & cottage, St. James 


2,000. 


1 boat 


100. 


2/5 of lot 4, 5 & cottage, 




Bowering 


2,000. 


l/4a Boisvert homestead 


2,400. 



Henderson, Franklin C. & LeonaM. 
Henderson, Herbert J. 
Henderson, Ruth 
Henner, Roland J. (SE) 

& Lillian E. 
Herron, Lewis R. & Helen 
Her sey, Charles & Dorothy 
Hersom, Annie F.& JohnF. 

Freiburg, Sr. 

Hicks, Clifford H. (SE)& Dorothy 

Higgins, John A. & Irma 

Higgins, Solomon A. & Lawrence R. 
Highfield, Carl G. & Frances A. 
Hildreth, F red & Virginia 
Hildreth, James R. & Louella 

Hill, Mar jorie 

Hiseler,MaryN. 

Hobbs, Maurice B. & Dorothy V. 

Hodgdon, Chauncey (SE) 

& Pauline E. 
Hodgdon/David 
Hodgman, Katharine S. 
Holbrook, Arthur R. 
Holland, Charles W. Sr. 
Holman, Winfield H. & Verna M. 

Hopkins, Reuben A. 

&ChrystabelF. 
Home, Clyde H. (SE) & June E. 
Home, Eva M. 
Home, Gertrude C. 

Horne,RaymondF.&RuthJ. 
Home, Raymond F. Jr. & 

Ernest E. Bellemeur 
Home, Richard & Ruth 
Hoyt, John F. & Gertrude M. 
Huckins, John H. & Virginia A. 
Hucksam, Robert J. & Anita E. 



83 

2a Paul F. Allard land 300. 

100a Reed lot 400, 

10a Nellie Varney lot 150. 

Mcintosh "Hidden House" 3,000. 

6a homestead 3,200. 

Cottage on plains 1,700. 

l/4a Herman Hersom 

homestead 1,600. 
12a Thompson homestead, 

store, land 10,500. 
Lots 23, 24 & cottage, 

1/2 of lot 25, Clements 3,000. 

75a Wm. Gray land 500. 
la Daniel Jenness homestead 2,800. 

l/2a Susan Rand homestead 2,600. 

l/8a Howland house 3,000. 

Lot, Townsend land 100. 

Homestead 1,500. 

90a farm 2,400. 

Lot 40, Lord 250. 

3a Walter Foss homestead 1,800. 

Fannie Foss cottage 2,200. 

50a land & bldg. 3,500. 

33a Katwick land & house 1,700. 

Lot 37 & cottage, St. James 2,100. 

2a Mervyn Hurd homestead 1,700. 



l/4a homestead & barn 3,000. 

43a Diack farm 3,700. 

l/8a homestead 2,200. 

la Osgood land & bldg. 250. 

l/4a homestead 2,600. 

15a Burt Grace land 30. 

Segouin homestead 3,350. 

4a Williams land 250. 

Pouliot land, bldg. 2,800. 

Charles Karcher land 100. 

3a Ada Rines land & bldg. 2,000. 



84 



Hudson, 

Hunter, Charles O. Sr. 
Hunter, James B. 
Huntress, Heirs Wm. H. 
Hurd, Irl R. & George I. 



Hurley, Vincent B. & Catherine M. 

Huse, Mabel 

Huss, Bruce A. & Constance J. 
Hussey, Robert D. & Mathilda 

Hutchins, Beatrice M. 

Hutchins, Edwin H. (SE)& Gloria A. 
Innes,MaryJ.&HughM. 
Jacobs, Joseph (SE) & Mary- 
Jacobs, Stephen N. (SE) 
& Betty J. 

jappe,Vilhelm 

Jedry, Benjamin C. & Grace Burns 

Jefferson, Fannie & Donald Wotton 

Jenkins, Ralph C. 

JenneyMfg.Co. 

Jensen, Carlton A. & Jane P. 

Johnson, Alfred E. 

Johnson, Anna B. 

Johnson, Ella F. 



Johnson, H. Althea& Grace E. 
Johnson, Harrys. 
Johnson, H. Raymond & Ethel F. 
Johnson, Justin W. & Doris H. 

Johnson, Verner G. H. & Siri M. 
Jones, Elizabeth 
Jones, Philip C. 



Lot, Pineland Park 125. 

1 boat 100. 

la F. Hunter land & shed 100. 

House trailer 900. 

5a Hunter land 50. 

30 Willingford lot 200. 

la C. B. Spinney lot 50. 

30a Hilton lot 200. 
Lot 2 & camp, part lot A, 

St. James 700. 
l/8a P. H. Sweeney 

Homestead 3,200. 

Eames cottage & land 2,500. 

58a Ware "Job Varney ,, 200. 
30a Ware "Rebecca Downs" 100. 
Lots 143, 145, cottage, 

St. Charles 1,300. 
l/2a Irving Tuttle homestead 1,500. 

Lot 54 & cottage, Clements 2,000. 

1 l/2a land & homestead 5,500. 

l/4a Priscilla Canney 

homestead 4,200. 

18a homestead 3,500. 

3a Halton Hayes land 250. 

Lot 19 & cottage, Kingsbury 2,700. 

138a land 300. 

Pumps & tanks 300. 

6a Tibbetts homestead 2,500. 

Cottage on plains 1,500. 

Cottage on plains 1,200. 
Lots 168, 170, 172, 

174, 176, 1/2 of lot 

178 & cottage, St. Charles 1,750. 

16a farm 2,500. 

A. L. Thomas cottage 1,000. 

la land & bldg. 2,800. 
Lots 2, 3 & cottage, 3/5 

of lot 4, Bowering 1,600. 

30a Willimas Mt. land 500. 

175a Fred P. Jones farm 8,300. 

400a Land, Jones farm 1,500. 



85 



Jones, Raymond A. 

Jordan, Sarah E. 

Julin, Arnolds. & Elsie E. 

Junkins, Ralph C . & Evelyn B. 
Kasprzyk, Louis (SE)& Ann 

Kathios, George & Mary 
Katwick, Arthur D. & Alice S. 



Keating, CharlesE. (SE)& Jane E. 

Keating, Henry A. 

Keefe, Aubrey G. & Florence C. 

Keene,CarlH. (Sl)& EvaM. 

Kimball, George B. 

Kellenbeck, Raymond W. & Levina 

Kimball, Robert F . & Bertha D. 

Kingsbury, Beatrice C. 

Kinney, Arthur R. & Helen M. 
Kirk, Edward L. 

Kirk, ElwinH. & Catherine P. 

Kirk, Maud C. 

Knight, John W. (SE)& M. Maude 

Knight, Roland W. 

Knight, Ronald& Bessie Z. 
Knight, Heirs Sarah B. 
Knight, Wilbur C. 



Part lot 12, lot 13, Lord 250. 

House trailer 1,900. 

1 boat 100. 
2a homestead, store 4,200. 
Lakeview lot 250. 
60a Donald Stone farm 1,500. 
50a L. Swinerton land & camp 750. 
Hilton Parker farm 3,000. 
Hildreth Superette, house 4,000. 
Stock in trade 3,000. 
Lot 4 & cottage, Lord 1,500. 
228a farm 10,000. 
234a Butters farm 8,600. 
5a Lillian Currier field 100. 
15a Chapel lot 50. 
54a Holbrook land 200. 
63a C. Garland land & bldg. 3,000. 
Lot 12 & cottage, Kingsbury 1,500. 
2/3a A. Rodd lot & cottage, 

St. Charles 1,400. 

77a farm 3,000. 

4 1/2 a Dorr land 50. 

3a field 150. 

Maurice Hayes camp 1,400. 

Lots 132, 134, 1/2 of 130 

& Cottage, St. Charles 1,200. 

Lots 38, 39 & 7 lots be- 
tween roads 1,000. 

l/2a D. & R. Drew homestead 900. 

Part lot 18 & cottage, 

Clements 2,500. 

James Snyder farm 2,200. 

65a Evelyn Evans homestead 4,000. 

la M. Grace land & bldg 500. 

2 cows 150. 
l/2a Oliver Maddox 

homestead 3,000. 

House trailer 1,350. 

l/8a Maddox homestead 1,600. 

Small garage & land 600. 

Store Bldg. 700. 

l/8a house lot 150. 

Stock in trade 1,000. 

l/4a Lowell place 500. 



86 



Koots, Olive B. 
Kupcx, Mikelis & Maria 

Labrecque, Norman J. 
Labrie, Ludger & Clara 
Labrie, Maurice L. 



Lachance, Lucien 

L add, Dorothy E. & Howard 

W.Sargent 
LaFleur, Bernard R. 

Lamb, Thomas E. & Vileter M. 
Lambert, Joseph A. (SE) 

Langelier, Lucien & Rose 
Lannerd, Richard H. & Wynona 
Larochelle, Alfred 
Laskey, Clyde 
Laskey, Heirs Elizabeth A. 

Laskey, Ralph D. & Maude P. 

Laskey, Robert P. (SE)& Agnes S. 
Laskey, Roger C. (SE) & Mildred L. 
Lasky, Alexander I. & Fay 



Lavallie, Arthur 
Lawson, Audrey Y. (SI) 
Leavitt, Roy T. (Sl)& Bertha E. 
LeBlanc, Adolphus & Arline 
Leeman, George H. & Pauline M. 



Leighton, Carrie B. 
Leighton,Edwin P. & Abbie J. 



Leighton, Herbert F. (SE) 
Leighton, Rodney 



Cottage on plains 1,500. 

l/2a W. Hayes homestead, 



Hart land 


2,500. 


Ice at Wm. Lord Co. 


600. 


Spaulding #1 tenement, land 


3,600. 


Garage 


3,000. 


Stock in trade 


400. 


Pumps and tanks 


350. 


Cottage on river 


1,400. 


6a J. Swinerton farm 


2,600. 


Lot 3 & cottage,Bolan 


1,500. 


K. Blaisdell cottage, plains, 


1,200. 


Lot 18 & cottage, Lord 


1,700. 


15a Jo -Ann Drive -In 


3,000. 


Homestead 


, 3,000. 


3 cottages on plains 


' 3,200. 


Lot 1 & cottage, Kingsbury 


2,100. 


Cottage on plains 


1,000. 


5a homestead 


3,900. 


45a Hayes lot 


200. 


75a land 


500. 


7a farm 


2,600. 


1 neatstock 


50. 


la land and bldg. 


2,300. 


Place Field & Bldg 


1,500. 


67a Harry Flagg farm 


3,800. 


Cottage 


2,700. 


3 boats 


500. 


1 boat 


100. 


2a homestead 


2,400. 


l/8a homestead & Paey lot 


2,500. 


Comeau land & bldg. 


800. 


1 l/4a Dupuis schoolhouse 




& field 


1,600. 


5a Fannie Rand field 


200. 


2a homestead 


2,000. 


10a woodlot 


50. 


1/4 a Nellie Johnston 




Homestead 


1,100 


l/4a Ida Drew land 


100. 


Geo. Kimball land & camp 


1,500. 


6a Clifton Drew woodlot 


50. 



87 



Lemieux, Perley A. (SE)& Lucille 
Lemoyne, Hector & olivine 
Lennon, Charles & Miriam 

Leonard, Frank G. & Teresa M. 



Lesperance, William A. 
Lessard, Heirs of Leo 
Lessard, Norman A. (SE) 
& Beatrice 

Levesque, Deus c. & Mary E. 

Lewis w. Nute Grange 

Lewis, John H. & Mae E. 

Libbey, Walter C. 

Libby, Christine F. 

Libby, Maurice A. (SE) & Patricia 

Libby, Patricia C. 
Liberi, Bernard H. 
Liberi, Bertha M. 

Lilljedahl, Heirs of Carl 
Lilljedahl, Carl H. Jr. (SE) 

&Thelmal. 
Lilljedahl, Henry 



Lindquist, Charles A. & Signe M. 

Little, George & Eva E. 
Littlefield, George & Gertrude B. 
Littlefield,Lauraj. 



Lockhart, Geneva 



Lockhart, R. Harold 



l/2a Buffett homestead 3,000. 

Cottage on plains 1,100. 
Lot 64 & cottage, 1/2 

of 62, St. James 1,500. 

43 Colucci land & bldg. 900. 

50a Spinney homestead 600. 

10a Olney & Carter land 100. 

1 boat 100. 

Lot 6 & cottage, plains 900. 

l/4a Hart land & bldg. 3,500. 

3a L. Littlefield bungalow 2,500. 

Lot 9 & cottage, Kingsbury 2,200. 

1 boat 100. 

Hall & land 1,800. 

20a Baxter woodlot 100. 

Carrie Young cottage, plains 2,800. 

l/8a homestead 2,400. 

80a Mark Eaton farm 1,700. 

1 cow 35. 

Lumbard store bldg. 800. 

Greenwood cottage, plains 1,000. 
Lots 91, 93, 94 & cottage, 

St. James 2,500. 

2a land & bldg. 900. 

la H. Sceggell land & bldg. 500. 

Henhouse 350. 

40a woodlot 150. 

H. Sceggell land 200. 

Lots 3, 4, & cottage, IceBox 3,300. 

1 boat 100. 
70a Langiell farm 2,100. 
88l/2a Wainwright farm 3,700. 

2 l/2a homestead 3,200. 
l/2a 1 1/2-story house 1,700. 
25a Quimby lot 100. 
5a woodlot 45. 
18a farm 3,400. 
30a Downs land 300. 
5a Eva Corson field 100. 
20 cows 900. 
116a farm 3,000. 



88 



Logan, Charles H. (SE)& Patricia 
Logan, Charles W. 
Londo, ErwinN.(SE)& Lillian C 
Long, Dennis W. & Virginia E. 

Longley, George W. & 

Doris R. Lowd 
Lord, Barbara L. 

Lord, Earl M. 

Lord, Harry W. 

Lord, J. Edwin 

Lord, J. Edwin (Si) & Ruth W. 

Lord, Leslie F. & Elsie E. 

Lord, Martin L. & Christina B. 

Lord, Will C. 

Lord,Wm. M.Co. 



Loud, Earl F. & S. Margaret 
Loud, Ray A. & Bertha E. 

Lovely, John R. & M. Flora 

Lovely, Mildred B. 
Lover, Peter J. & Alice 
Lover, Wilbur C.(SE)& Merle V. 
Lovejoy, R. & B. Johnson 
Lucier, Arthur 

Lucier, John & Paula A. 
Lumbar d, Robert (SE)& Marie J. 
Lund, Herbert C. (SE) 

& Margaret M. 
Luscomb, Kenneth K. & Juanita 
Lygren, John & Janice L. 
Lyman, Heirs Andrew R. 
MacDonald, Paul 
MacDowell, James H. & 

KatherineM. 

Madden, William J. & Beulah N. 
Maddox, Heirs John H. 



Jones Bldg. 4,700. 

l/4a homestead 1,100. 

l/2a Hodges homestead 3,000. 

l/4a F. Lowd homestead 2,400. 

Townsend land 100. 

la homestead 2,300. 
Lot 116, 1/2 of 118 & 

cottage, St. Charles 750. 

Lot 21 & cottage, Lord 1,500. 

3a land & bldg. 800. 
200a Flanagan lot & cottage 3,000. 

3/4a homestead 2,600. 

Hobbs house & land 1,400. 

30a Julin farm 1,900. 

60a Will T. Barker 200. 

4a Peabody homestead 5,300. 

400a M. Plummer lot 2,000. 

Littlefirld ice house 3,400. 

90a Arthur Dearborn farm 1,800. 
1 l/2a Geo. Littlefield 

land and bldgs. 5,000. 
MacDiarmid homestead, 

store 3,200. 

125a Switzer land & garage 1,500. 

l/8a homestead 3,500. 

1 l/2a Simonds homestead 3,700. 

60a Leroy Allen lot 200. 
Lot 2 & cottage, lots 

6, 7, Lord 2,700. 

Sallie Avery homestead 2,500. 

F. Meyer tenements 3,200. 

16a Fifield farm 3,300. 

H. Roberts homestead 1,500. 
James L. Greene homestead 1,300. 

175a farm 4,700. 

1 boat 100. 

7a Miller land 250. 

House trailer 250. 

l/2a homestead 2,300. 

l/4a land 50. 



89 



Mahoney, George P. 
Mailhot, Archie 



Main, Robert & Fanny 
Marchant, William 
Mar chand, Joseph R. 
Marcotte, Arthur J. & EloriaL. 



Marcoux, Archie P & Beverly M. 
Mar coux, Hazel M. 
Marcoux, Joseph R. & Janet M. 
Marcoux, Raymond A. & Marie J. 
Marcoux, Robert 
Marion, Henry 
Marsh, Louise P. 

Marsh, Ray mondw. & Margaret E. 
Marsh, Robert D. 

Maxfield, L eland & Elizabeth 

Maxfield, Morris 

McDermott, Paul R. & Geraldine M. 

McDonald, CeliaH. 
McDonald, Lewis A. & Lucie V. 

McGrath,MaryJ. 

Mcllvaine, George H. & Esther 

McIntire,F. Everett (SE)& Marie 

Mclntire, George C. (SE)& Barbara 
McKeagney, Heirs Patrick 
McLane, Raymond J. & Grayce M. 
McWhorter, Clifford 
Menegoni, Frank J. (SE) & 

Antoinettes. 
Merrill, Edwards. & Alice E. 
Merrill, Guy L. 
Merrill, Nelson P. (SI) 
Meunier, Beatrix 



la Ida Drew land 

1/2 lot 12 & cottage, St. 

Chalres & lot, Charles 

Felker 
H. Tanner land & bldg. 
6a Pulsifer land & bldg. 
Lots 5, 6 & cottage, Bolan 
Lots 37, 38 & cottage, 

Clements 

1 boat 

4a land & bldg. 

16a farm 

la Ida Drew land, Silver St. 

20a Carl Pierce farm 

l/2a joy ell, Julin land 

Cottage on river 

Lots 28, 29, 30, 31, 

& cottage, Clements 
4.5a Comeau Lot, Easterly 
Lots 32, 33, 34, 35 & 

cottage, Clements 

2 boats 

Camp on plains 

1 boat 

70a Land & Milk Houe 

Lot 17 & cottage, Hart 
Lot 50 & cottage, 

St. James 
l/8a homestead 
30a farm 
l/8a homestead 
Grant Adams homestead 

3 3/4 a Homestead 
8a land & bldg. 

Lot 67 & cottage, St. James 
Reginald Stuart cottage 

Slamin bldg. 

90a Walter Amazeen farm 
Alice Otis cottage, plains 
10a Eliz. Laskey farm 
Reginald Curtis homestead 



150. 



1,900. 

2,300. 

200. 

2,000. 



90 



Meyer, George W.Sr. (SE)& Elsie 



Meyer, Reginald L. 
Meyer, Reginald L. Sr. & 

Elizabeth 
Mickelonis, Peter M. & Agnes I. 
Miller, Wendell A. & Marguerite B. 
Mills, Archibald & Madelyn 

Mills, GaroldW. 

Mills, Gordon 

Mills, Sarah 

Mills, Theresa 

Milton Leatherboard Co. 

Miltonia#52,I.O.O.F. 
Milton Garage, Inc. 



Mirazo, Ignacio & Maria 

Molliver, Jerry E. 
Mondoux, Gerard B. & Iola M. 

Moodyj Theodore J. (SE) 

&RuthB. 
Moody, Walter L.(SE) 

& Margaret E. 



Mooney, Patrick G. & Esther L. 

Mooney,RichardC.&FayeS. 

Moore, Raymond E. & Alice M. 

Moore, Robert E. 

Morest,Omer 

Morin, Frank 

Mo rin, Henry L. & Beatrice 



21a homestead 


2,500. 


Shingle mill 


300. 


1 cow 


50. 


6a Norman Rowe land 


100. 


4a Wm. P. Ayer land 


250. 


50a Stanley Tanner land 


300. 


Lot 25 & cottage, Lord 


1,700. 


Lots 158, 160, 164, 166 & 




cottage, St. Charles 


2,000. 


10a Raymond Story 




homestead 


1,200. 


1 boat 


100. 


Lot 72 & cottage, St. James 


2,200. 


la land 


50. 


Mills and machinery 


85,000. 


Stock in trade 


25,000. 


l/8a land & hall 


1,300. 


Strand land & bldg. 


5,000. 


Tanner "Morris" bldg. 


5,400. 


Willey land & bldg. 


1,500. 


Garage 


2,600. 


Stock in trade 


8,000. 


Lot 16, St. James 


150. 


l/2a Fred W. Smith 




homestead 


2,000. 


15a Gray woodlot & house 


1,200. 


Lot 3 & cottage, Lord 


1,500. 


1 boat 


100. 


3a Mabel Norwood homestead 4,500. 


30a Moynihan homestead 


1,600. 


Lot & cottage, Lord 


1,000. 


1 boat 


100. 


l/2a land 


100. 


House trailer 


1,900. 


Lot 24, Bolan 


300. 


Lot 11 & cottage, St. James 


2,000. 


Lot 2 & cottage, Ice Box 


3,000. 


Cottage on plains 


2,200. 


Cottage on river 


1,250. 


2 boats 


200. 


35a Kenney farm 


1,000. 



91 



Morris, Edwin B. 

Morrison, Harriet M, 

Morrison, Verna L. 

Morse, Harold E. & Pauline E. 

Mousam Valley Associates 
Mucher , George J. & Nonie A. 

Munroe, Richard 
Murphy, Katherine E. 
Murray, George M. 
Nagy, George & Lillian 
Nasella, MichaelJ. 
Nealand, Charles 

Nelson, Axel V. & Edith C. 

New Durham Lumber Co. 

New England Box Co. 

N. E. Correct Craft 

New England Lumber Co., Inc. 



N. E.Tel. & Tel. Co. 



Niblock, Clifton H. 

Niblock, Clifton H. & Carrie J. 

Nichols, Frederick N. & Eleanor 

M. & Raymond A. & Blanche 

L.Blamford 
Nichols, Frederick N. & 

Eleanor M. 



Lot 9 & 2 cottages, 

St. James 3,000. 

Cottage on plains 1,400. 

Homestead & garage 1,800. 

Max Lucier homestead 3,000. 

1 boat 100. 

40a Edwin F. Willey land 150. 
Lot 99 & cottage, St. James 5,000. 

1 boat 250. 

1 boat 400. 

Lot 9 & cottage, Lord 1,000. 

Lot 11 & cottage, Lord 1,000. 

Lot 10A & camp, Durkee 1,500. 

la Colucci land 100. 

Cottage on river 1,500. 

1 boat 100. 

60a Ida Drew farm 1,250. 

20 Jenness lot 60. 

Lumber & logs 3,000. 

Stock in trade 4,500. 
10.6a Sawmill & Plumer 

mill site 2,000. 

8.5a C. E. Wentworth lot 500. 

58.9a Laskey farm 300. 

161.4a Mills lot 500. 

85.4a Nute & Hart 500. 

38.7a Jewett pasture 125. 

59.2a Etta A. Plumer lot 500. 

l/4a Simes land & bldg. 3,000. 

l/2a Lover land & bldg. 3,000. 

Elizabeth Laskey land 100. 

Lyman Plummer land 100. 

Stock in trade 200. 

Small Durgin house 2,800. 



28a Charles Badger land 250. 

Lots 1,2,3,4, Porter land, 
6 cabins, cottage, Lot 1-A 

& 3-room cabin 5,500. 

Motel 4,500. 

Lot 7 & cottage, Downing 2,000. 

15a Tanner Mt. land 150. 



92 



Nicker son, Gardner H. & 
Marion A. 

Noble, Elmer 

Normand, Alice 

Normandeau, Paul E. & Simone I. 

Norton, Harrison R. & Ethel H. 
Nutbrown, Wilfred 

Nute, Heirs Arthur F. 

Nute, Eugene F. & Patricia M. 



Nute, Herbert R. & Marie L. 
Nute, Heir s Lewis W. 
Nute, Ray 



Nute Ridge Grange #316 
Nutt, Alfred A. & Ellen V. 
Nutter, F. Reginald & 
ErnestineF. 



Cottage on plains 1,600. 
Lot 8 & cottage, lots 9, 

18, 19, 20, Hart 2,500. 

4a Mucci lot 150. 

Cottage on plains 1,100. 
Lot 3 & cottage, Kingsbury 2,700. 

1 boat 100. 
Lots 146,148, St. Charles 250. 
Turcotte cottage, plains 800. 

1 boat 100. 

35a farm 3,000. 

100a Bunker lot 250. 

100a Grace lot 250. 

188a Nute lot 1,500. 

8a Winding Hill lot 50. 

18a Dorothy Higgins lot 50. 

35a MacDowell farm 2,200. 

25a N. B. Young 150. 

100a woodlot 300. 

12a Mildred C. Smith 100. 

2 cows 100. 
l/4a old school house 250. 
Lot 1 & cottage, Lord 1,000. 
l/8a E. L. Wentworth 

homestead 2,200. 

18a Iona Smith farm 500. 



Oakes, JohnH. 

O'Keefe, Ellen T. 

Owens, Edmund J. (SE) & Barbara 

Paey , Clyde W. & Louise H. 
Paey, David G. & Dorothy M. 

Paey, Evelyn 
Page, Oscar E., Jr. 
Page, Robert W. Sr . & Marion B. 
Page, Robert W.Sr., 
& Robert W. Jr. 



87a farm 8,500. 

10a Edwards land 100. 

Cottage on plains 1,600. 
Lots 63, 66 & cottages, 

St. James 5,000. 

3/4a homestead 2,700. 
1 l/2a James Mooney 

homestead 1,400. 

Homestead 2,800. 

la Piggott place 50. 

Ralph Pike land & bldg. 2,300. 

35a Halstead Hodgdon land 200. 



93 



Page, Robert W. Sr. 



Pageau, Roll and A. (SE) 

&RitaM. 
Palmer, Roscoe B. & Minnie A. 

Palmer, Weston H. Jr. 
Panarese, Joseph J. & Vera 
parquette, Everest 
Parker, Caroll A. & Verna 
Parker, Hilton C. 
Parker, LorettaB. (SE) 

Parker, William B. & Marion M. 
Parsons, M.H. &Sons 
Patch, Alfred G. 
Patterson, Katherine M. 
Peabody,RuthE. 
Pearson, John & Cora B. 
Pennell, Reginald E. & Helen J. 
Penta, Anthony N.^, Adelaide 
Perkins, Harry C. & Geneva M. 
Perkins, Otis 
Perrault, Roland 

Perry, Heirs Charles 
Perry, Chester M. & Annie M. 
Peterson, Carl L. (SI) & Selma 
Peterson, Ethel L. 



Phinney, Barbara E. 

Phinney, Warren W. & Barbara E. 

Pierce, Carl H. & Mary E. 

Pierce, Phyllis I, 



7a Frank Walsh lot 50. 

Hodgdon & Holbrook lots 300. 

41a Mills woodlot 200. 

5a Cora Mills field 150. 

21a Minnie Wilkins pasture 75. 

6a George Diemer homestead 2,000. 
1/2 of lot 18 & cottage, 

Clements 1,700. 

80a J. Fred Lord land 400. 

Lot 2 & cottage, Kingsbury 2,700. 

Anna Shaw Cottage, river 900. 

5a Peters & White land 500. 
30a land, easterly Union Rd. 300. 

25a Glennon land & bldg. 1,500. 

1 cow 45. 

Fred Morrill homestead 800. 

70a Edwin Willey land 200. 

l/2a Aimone homestead 1,400. 

3/4a land, Far mington Rd. 200. 

1 l/4a Perry land & bldg. 850. 

l/4a homestead 1,600. 

Scribner homestead 2,800. 

Lots 1, 2, 3, cottage, Bolan 7,500. 

Lot 49 & cottage, St. James 2,200. 

Camp 200. 

Burke cottage, plains 2,200. 

50a land 400. 

5a Jedry homestead 2,000. 

1/2 a homestead 3,000. 
Lots 39, 41 & cottages, 

St. James, lots 40, 42, & 

cottage 5,700. 

Lot 44, St. James 150. 

A. Phinney lot, N. E. Pond 100. 

Cottage & lot 1,700. 
l/4a Clifford Dorr homestead 2,100. 

25a Avery field & woodlot 250. 

10a Lakehurst farm 5,500. 

5 camps 2,500. 

Lot 36, Clements 300. 
Lots 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 

47, Clements 1,250. 



94 



Pike, Damon P. & Rosamond E. 


3a Smith-Pine homestead 


2,500. 


Pike, Philip D. & Beatrice L. 


Homestead 


2,300. 


Pike, Philip D. 


12a Garage 


3,000. 




Stock in trade 


500. 


Pike, Rolands. (SE)& 






Carolyn D. 


2a Patch homestead 


2,400. 


Pike, Rosamond E. 


House trailer 


1,900. 


Pinkham, Bernard B. 


l/8a Knowles land & bldg. 


2,700. 


Pinkham,HaroldB.(Sl) 


l/2a Sarah Pinkham 




& Edith P. 


homestead 


2,900. 




James Pinkham homestead 


2,100. 


Pinkham, Winston 


11a Varney lot 


30. 




30a Twombly lot 


150. 


Pioneer Lumber Co., Inc. 


Land & bldgs. 


4,000. 


Piper, Charles E. & Helen P. 


l/8a homestead 


2,600. 


Piper, Lewis p. & June E. 


l/8a Copley homestead 


2,600. 




l/2a Hammond lot 


200. 




1 boat 


100. 


Place, Lawrence E. (SE) 






& Lillian T. 


l/4a Tarlton homestead 


1,700. 


Place, Miriam O. 


15a Madden land 


50. 


Place, Norman W. & Miriam O. 






& William E. 


2a Madden land & bldg. 


1,000. 


Place, Roger & Arlene 


Pineland Store & cottage 


3,100. 




30a Alvina Baxter land 


150. 


Pleasant Valley Grange 


Hall & land 


1,000. 


Plumer, Agnes, E'tta A. & 






Helen P. Clement 


60a woodlot 


150. 


Plumer, Heirs of Agnes 


127a land 


500. 


Plumer, Heirs of George 


30a farm 


4,500. 


Plummer,BardB. 


60a sprout land 


150. 




780a farm 


9,000. 


Plummer, Lyman & Stanley 






C. Tanner 


15a Littlefield lot 


50. 


Plummer, Ruth W.(SE) 


60a Lizzie L. Fall farm 


3,500. 




55a Bee chan lot 


250. 




55a J. B. Lyman lot 


250. 


Poisson, George 


Clough cottage on river 


1,200. 




1 boat 


100. 


Pomroy, Donald E . & Barbara A. 


Land & bldg. 


1,000. 



Potvin, George J. 



Lots 3, 4 & cottage, 
Henderson 



2,500. 



95 



Pouche, Joseph R & Catherine P. 

Pray, Ernest E. & Elizabeth R. 
Profile Trailer Sales 
Pugh, Rachel D. 



Pugh, Ralph W.Sr. 

Putney, Warren C. Jr. & Christine 

Public Service Co. of N. H. 



Race, Mae E, 

Raitt, Elmeda 

Ramsey, Charles E (SE) & 

Adella(SE) 
Ramsey, Earl E.& Emma P. 

Ramsey, Emma P. (SE) 



Ramsey, Frank E. 
Ransey, Jeanne 

Ramsey, Norman 



Lot 43 & cottage, Lot 

47, Kingsbury 
1 boat 
Lot 42 & cottage, 

Kingsbury 
3 1/2 aE.Laskeyland 
Stock in trade 
80a farm 
10a plains lot, bunkhouse, 

cookhouse 
6 goats 

6 l/2a plains lot 
l/8a T. Moody homestead 
Worcester privilege, 
Springfield privilege, Var- 
ney privilege, 3 ponds priv- 
ilege, land & flowage rights, 
power plant & lines, Jewett 
privilege, land at Rowe dam, 
1/2 land & dam at shoe 
shop, poles, wires & fix- 
tures, sub station, Lot 8, 
Clements, Othello Runnels 
land, Harold Stanley land, 
Tilton land, Harry Went- 
worth land 
Lot 14 & cottage, 



1,500. 
100. 

4,200. 
2,000. 
7,500. 
2,500. 

1,000. 

40. 

150. 

1,800. 



254,031. 



Kingsbury 


2,100. 


Louis Colby camp 


900. 


l/2a Coleman school house 


2,500. 


7a Carswell homestead, 




Vachon land 


2,800. 


Lots 6, 27, 28, 29, 30,31, 




32, 33, 34, 48, 49, 50, 




51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 




Kingsbury development, 




store 


6,000. 


Stock in trade 


2,500. 


17a farm 


2,100. 


Julin land & camp, 




St. Charles 


1,200. 


Cottage, St. Charles 


1,200. 



96 



Rand, Earl K. & Hazel A. 



Rand, Leo E. (SE)& Mabel E. 

Rau, Francis H. & Olive C. 
Raynor, Elvira E. 
Reagan, Anna M. 
Regan, Dorothy A. 
Regan, Joseph 

Regan, Raymond J. (SE) 

& Dorothy L. 
Reid,AdaL. 
Remick, Fred 

Rendall,FredW. 
Rene, Edmond A. & Audrey 
Reynolds, A. Paul 
Reynolds, Heirs Willis L. 

Rhodes, Harry C. (SE) 
& Virginia 

Rhynd, John 

Richardson, Lester A. & Marion B. 
Richardson, Oscar M. & Christine 
Ricker, E. Louise & Muriel G. 
Ridley, Heirs Fred & Annie L. 
Briely 



Lot 1, 2, homestead, 

Clements 2,900. 

1 boat 100. 

l/2a Sanborn land & bldg. 2,300. 

1 boat 100. 

11a Berry land & bldg. 2,000. 

2a Osterman homestead 2,000. 

Camp on Northeast Pond 500. 

Fred Hall homestead 2,500. 

Cottage on river 1,400. 

la Homestead & Drew land 4,000. 

3/4a homestead 2,500. 

Cottage on plains 1,200. 

1 boat 100. 

l/2a Tilton land & bldg. 700. 

l/8a Lot A & camp, Ice Box 1,200. 

40a Scates & Lyman 250. 

l/2a homestead & land 3,200. 

Oscar Leighton land & bldg. 1,500. 

Lot, Branch River, Lord 350. 

1 boat 100. 

Lot 10 & cottage, Lord 800. 

46a Hinson farm 3,200. 

20a George Hill land i00. 

16a T. & L. Currier land 2,400. 
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, & camp, 

Durkee 800. 
Lots 122, 124 & camp, 

St. Charles 700. 



Rines,AdaM. 

Ripley, Richard A. 

Roberts, Bailey A. 

Roberts, Harold F . & Margaret G. 

Roberts, Merton L. (SE) 
& Helen M. 

Robinson, Thomas 
Robitaille,NoelE. 
Rodd, Irving L. & Jane 



15a farm 


1,725. 


16a Winding Hill land 


100. 


14a Home land 


200. 


100a farm 


4,200. 


1 horse 


50. 


l/8a Peck homestead 


2,600. 


l/4a Gladys Ayer land 


200. 


Cottage on plains 


900. 


5a farm 


500. 


Lot 3 & cottage, Downing 


1,500. 



91 



Rodd, Robert A. 
Roland's Cities Service Station 
Rolfe, Ethel M. Truman C. 
& Gordon Goodwin 

Rolff e, Jan & Catriena M. 
Roode, Wilhelmina D. 
Rothman, Elsie 
Rouleau, Louis H. & Josephine M. 



Rouleau, Samuel J. & 

MargharitaP. 
Routhier, Beatrice 

Routhier, Dennis 

Routhier, Lionel R. & Dorothy L. 

Routier,VertaE. 

Roux, Thomas R. & Alice H. 

Roy, Philias 

Roy, Rene A. 



Roy, Wilfred T. 
Runnels, Othello D. 
Runnels, Robert D. (SE) 

& Virginia 
Russell, LeeC.& Barbara R. 
Russo, Louis R. & Rose A. 



Ryan, Edna M. 
Sabine, IolaL. 
Sanborn, Carletonl. & Myrtle M. 

Sanborn, Fred& Isabel 
Sanborn, William H. & Doris 
Sanf aeon, Walter 
Sanford, Leroy A. & Annie 



Lot 8 & cottage, Bowering 
Stock in trade 



3,000. 
1,500. 



3 /4a Clifton Goodwin 

Basement, land 1,000. 

81a Tilton farm 3,000. 

l/8a homestead 2,000. 
7a Hanson farm, Garland field 2,000. 

68a Delvina Lessard farm 1,700. 

1 horse 50. 

1 cow 50, 

l/8a homestead 1,800. 
Part of lots 19 & 21, 

cottage, St. James 2,000. 

1 boat 100. 
Lot 7 & cottage, Henderson 2,100. 
Part lot 21 & cottage, 

St. James 1,800. 
Lot 11 & cottage, 

Kingsbury 1,900. 

Cottage on plains 2,000. 

New cottage 1,200. 

Hervey Tanner homestead 2,500. 

Tanner island & camp 1,250. 

2 boats 250. 
Jacques cottage 2,800. 
14a homestead & land 2,500. 

la Clifton Avery homestead 1,700. 

40a Hayes Mt. land 200. 

Lot 6 & cottage, Porter 2,700. 
Golf course, stand, 

restaurant 6,300. 

Lot 2 & cottage, Bolan 1,000. 

12a pines, T. Hayes woodlot 50. 
l/8a Mildred Nolan 

homestead 2,200. 

66a E. E. Sanborn woodlot 200. 

l/4a homestead 2,500. 

Cottage on plains 1,200. 

Emily Walton cottage 2,100. 

2 boats 150. 



98 



Sargent, Philip M. & Dorothy D. 

Savoie, Heir s F red J. (S 1) 
Savoie, Maurice (SE) & Helen 
Scala, Anthony R. & Rita 



Scala, Michael F. & Mary 
Sceggell, Forrest B. & Ruth L. 

Sceggell, HowardJ. Jr. & Shirley 
Sceggell, HowardJ. Sr. & AnnaF. 
Scott, Frances W. 
Scott, Llewellyn E.& Frances W. 

Scott, waiter I. 

Seavey, FredL. & Flora B. 

Sew ell, Ri char dL.& Philip E. 
Shapleigh, Frederick A. 
Shepard, Gladys A. 

Sherman, Richard F.& Mary K. 
Siemon, Getty T. & Dorothy Rutter 

Siemon, Carl & Mary 
Simpson, Richard K. (SI) 

& Abbie T. Cotton 
Skelly, Raymond 
Slack, George L. & Helen G. 
Sly, Nelson M. & Irene B. 

Smart, Forrest H. & Elizabeth 

Smith, Albert W. & Leona M. 



Smith, Arthur & Verna 

Smith, George H. (SE) & Janet S. 

Smith, George R. 
Smith, Estate Laura E. 



Lot 44 & cottage, part 

lot 47, Kingsbury 1,700. 

l/8a homestead 2,000. 

4a house & land 2,000. 
Lot 8 & cottage, lots 7, 

9, Durkee 1,600. 

l/2a Durkee land 250. 

Lots 7, 8 & cottage, Porter 3,200, 

1/4 a homestead 3,000, 

1 boat 100. 

Homestead & field 5,500. 

3a Avery & Roberts house 3,200. 

35a E. Wadleigh 175. 
10a John Williamson 

homestead 4,250. 

Currier cottage on plains 800. 

1 boat 100. 
Lots 81, 86 & cottage, 

St. James 2,000. 

20a Ada Rines woodlot 200. 

Gallant cottage, plains 1,000. 
Part 59, lot 61 & cottage, 

St. James 1,800. 

Alfred Moody homestead 2,900. 
3a Alice T. Siemon land 

& bldg. 3,800. 

15.8a N. E. Box land 100. 

25a William Gray homestead 2,700. 

Jos. Greenwood woodlot 100. 

49 l/2a Sanborn farm 4,600. 

7a Knefly pasture & bldg. 500. 
Lot 59 & cottage, part 

lot 61, St. James 2,500. 

Bldg on Brock land 250. 
l/2a Watson land, bldg., 

trailer 1,250. 

3/4a Edward Stone homestead 4,400. 

7a Hanson homestead 750. 

27a Eva Corson land 100. 

70a farm 1,400. 

la homestead 2,500. 



99 



Smith, Mildred C. 

Smith, Myrtle D.(SE) 

SmithjRhodal. 

Smith, Richard p. 

Smith, Theodore & Evelina 

Smith, Walter E. 
Sneider , Rubin & Eleanor 
Socony-Mobil Oil Co. 
Souter, Thomas 
Spaulding Fibre Co. , Inc. 



Spinney, Leone F. 

Sprague, Richard E. & Jeanne E. 



Spurling, Robert E. (SE) 
& Gladys 

Stanley, Harold B. & Marion G. 
Stanley, Harry R. & Donald E . 

Stevens, Chester I. & Louise T. 
Stevens, Florence E. 



Stevens, Howard (SE)& Edna A. 

Stevens, Heirs of Jacob H. 

Strickroth, John H. & Lucilla E. 

Stillings,LoisJ.(SE) 

Storey, William D. 

Stowe, Donald W. (SE) & Mary R. 



48a Geo. H. Plummer farm 
l/8a Guy Smith homestead 
5a Johnson plains land 
60a Harold Smith farm 
Lot 40 & cottage, 

Kingsbury 
Quimby cottage on plains 
Cottage on plains 
Pumps & tanks 
17a farm 
House #2 
House #3 

Mills and machinery 
Electric plant 
Stock in trade 
Wm. Sleeper homestead 
l/4a E. Thompson land 

& bldg. 
Mary Dupuis land 
Cottage on Branch River 
Lot 8 & cottage, lots 

11, 12, Ice Box 
2 boats 

10a Mary C. Jones homestead 3,700. 
2a Edw. Merrill land 

& bldg. 
l/8a homestead 
#1 cottage & lot 
#2 cottage & lot 
#3 cottage & lot 
#4 cottage & lot 
#5 cottage & lot 
1/4 a Maude Webster 

homestead 
Carmichael store bldg. 
Stock in trade 
3a D. Durkee homestead, 

land 
l/2a Clara Wilkins 

homestead 
Meader cottage 
3/4a PaulDixon homestead 
3/4a Tanner land 



2,500. 

3,600. 

200. 

2,500. 

2,500. 

1,400. 

900. 

600. 

2,500. 

3,500. 

3,200. 

465,000, 

17,500. 

76,000. 

4,000. 

1,200. 
200. 
400. 

3,000. 
150. 



250. 
3,500. 
1,400. 
1,600. 
1,900. 
1,600. 
1,600. 

2,500. 
1,700. 
1,000. 

1,850. 

3,100. 

2,200. 

2,750. 

50. 



100 



Stowell, Carl & Mary J. 

Strachan, Ethel M. 

Stuart, Reginald E. & Helen A. 

Susmann, Arthur H. (S 1) 
Swett, Alfred E.(SE) 
Swett, Dorothy W. 

Swinerton, Henry M. & Bernice 
Sylvia, Manuel J. & Priscilla M. 



Taatjes, Robert D. (SE) 

&NormaF. 
Tankevich, John & Florence 
Tanner, Charles (SI) & Helen R. 
Tanner, Heirs George L. 
Tanner, Hervey C. Jr. & Georgette 4a Clifton Bailey 

homestead 
Tanner, Hervey C. Sr. & M. Yvonne 40a Otis farm 



310a farm 

12a Plumer field 

Lot 154, St. Charles 

John Sirviris store 

Stock in trade 

68a farm 

Durgin house 

Eva Andrews store 

Stock in trade 

61a farm 

15a Arthur Wilkins 

homestead 
2 l/2a Wentworth Hart 

homestead 
Lot 17 & cottage, Lord 
la homestead 
20a Crane & Herbert land 



Tanner, Marion L. 

Tanner , Stanley C . 

Tanner, Stanley C. & Cordelia D. 



Taraburelli, Frank 
Tarbox, Florence E. & 

Doris Towne 
Tasker, Theodore L. Jr. 



Tasker, T. Lyman 



l/8a Mary Tanner 

homestead 
3a Knox lot 
l/2a homestead 
l/8a Ellis land & bldg. 
200a Corson Mt. Lot 
23a Avery lot 
20a Hodges Mt. lot & bldg. 
60a Smith lot & camp 
Lot 97 & cottage, 

St. James 
450a Scates & Lyman 

Plains lot 
12a Lyman & Scates 
1.6a Henry B. Scates 



Tatham, Wilbur M.(S1)& Mabel G. Lot 45, part 46 & cottage, 

Kingsbury 



Taylor, Frank N. & Grace D. 
TeneriffeDevelopment& Rec. 
Co., Inc. 



1/2 a Jewett homestead 
346a Tanner "Brock" lot 
14a Herbert Tanner lot 
17a Innes woodlot 
6a part of Otis farm 



2,900. 

100. 
50. 
4,000. 
2,000. 
3,700. 
2,300. 
2,000. 

150. 
1,000. 

1,800. 

4,000. 

1,000. 

1,700. 

100. 

3,000. 
2,700. 

2,200. 

100. 
3,700. 
2,200. 

750. 
50. 

500. 

400. 

1,800. 

30,000. 
100. 
100. 

1,500. 
2,600. 
1,000. 

75. 

50. 
100. 



101 



Thayer, BeulahL. 

Thayer, James E. 
Thibault, Albert & Germaine 



Thibault, Gerard H. (SE) & Irma 
Thoits, Walter H. & Elsie 

Thomas, Wilfred L. 
Thompson, Dennis T. 



Thompson, Edwin C. & Joan 
Thompson, Edwin C. & JohnF. 



Thompson, John F. & Mary A. 

Thompson, Nellie 
Thurlow,IdaM. 

Tibbetts, Arlene L. 
Tibbetts, Chris H. 



Tibbetts, George C. & Robert 
A. and/or Tibbetts Lumber Co. 



Tidewater Oil Co. 
Tilton, Margaret E. 
Tilton, Heirs Norman V. 
Tirrell, Carl & Gertrude 

Tirrell, CarletonW.& Sylvia M. 



116a Labensky farm 


4,200. 


45a Tibbetts lot 


200. 


16a Clifton Cilley land 


ibo. 


265a Arthur Lord land 


1,000. 


16a Parsons land 


800. 


Lots 9, 10, cottage, garage, 




Bowering 


2,500. 


1 boat 


150. 


l/4a Osgood homestead 


4,000. 


Warren store 


3,000. 


Stock in trade 


2,000. 


2a homestead 


2,500. 


26a John Goltz farm 


1,700. 


2 neatstock 


75. 


2 sheep 


15. 


Cottage on Branch River 


500. 


5a J. Plummer land, 




2 camps 


1,000. 


415a Emack & Young land 


750. 


l/4a Rosalie Lavertue 




homestead 


1,800. 


l/8a homestead 


800. 


Carpenter land & bldg. 


2,700. 


J. Bedard garage & shop 


800. 


5a Plummer land 


125. 


60a farm 


2,900. 


4a Oscar Avery homestead 


1,600. 


1 l/2a Marcil land & bldgs. 


1,000. 


20a Hanson land 


60. 


190a Shortridge lot 


600. 


15a Garland lot 


150. 


30a Jos Gendron lot 


100. 


60a Clifton Herson land 


350. 


26a Chas. A. Willey land 




& bldg. 


650. 


2 sawmills, dressing mill, 




shaving mill 


11,000. 


Stock in trade 


12,000. 


Pumps & tanks 


300. 


Lot 126, St. Charles 


50. 


17a Corson Winding Hill lot 50. 


1 l/2a Nichols land, 




camp, garage 


1,700. 


Carl Tirrell land & bldg. 


1,700. 



102 



Titcomb, Charles 
Titcomb, George B. (SE) & 

Dorothy R. 
Torr , John G. & Cecelia 

Toussaint, Laurent & Dula 



Towne, Frederick E. 
Townsend, ingeborg 



38a Wentworth place 



250. 



Trafton, Roger H. & OlidaD. 

Trickey, Marion E. & 
Charlotte T. Stewart 

Tripp, F.Leroy 

Tripp, J. Thornton & Blanche 

Trousdale, James B. 

Trustees, Nute High School 

Tuck, Draxa 

Turcotte, Nathaniel T. & 
Jacqueline T. Roy 

Tuttle, S. Frank & Celia 

Twombly, Leslie B. & 
Elizabeth H. 

Vachon, Robert A. (SE) 



l/2a Grace Ross homestead 


3,700. 


Lot 15 & cottage, 




St. James 


3,000. 


Lot 8 & cottage, 




Kingsbury 


2,300. 


Lot 7 & cottage, 




Kingsbury 


1,500. 


Part lot 18 & cottage, 




Clements 


2,600. 


House & land, Main Street 


1,700. 


House & land, 2nd from 




market 


2,400. 


House & land, 4th from 




market 


1,600. 


House & land, 5th from 




market 


1,400. 


Homestead 


15,000. 


Lots 17, 18 & cottage, 




Kingsbury 


2,100. 


95a farm, 5a east of highway 


6,500. 


28a land 


400. 


Lot 60 & cottage, St. James 1,700. 


1/2 of lot 62, St. James 


100. 


2a land 


200. 


Headmaster's house 


3,500. 


9a farm 


1,700. 


1/2 lots 23, 24, 25, 26, 




27, cottage Clements 


3,000. 


Land, S. C. Tanner 


250. 


31a Beatrice Thurston land 


200. 


la - 2 lots, homestead, 




Durkee 


4,000. 


Lloyd Wentworth land 


500. 


Bulldozer & loader 


5,500. 


15a Still ings plains land 


100. 


Lots 194, 196, 198, 200 




& land, Julin 


500. 


Clarence Wilson land 


200. 


10a H. Corriveau land 


200. 


1 boat 


400. 



103 



Valley, Norman E. (SE) 

& Blanche 
VanBuskirk, Harry H. (SE) 

& Theresa R. 
Varney, Adelbert C. & Evelyn B. 
Varney, Ardys 
Varney, Charles W. Jr. 

& Marjorie 
Varney, George W. 

Varney, Guy G. 

Varney, Estate of Harry M. 

Varney, Jennie M. 

Varney, Mabel K. & J. Winfield 

Varney, Matilda W. 



Varney, RuthB. 
Varney, William H. & 

Henry Lilljedahl 
Veilleux, Corinne M. 
Vickers, William J. & Delia F. 
Villanova, Annie 

Waetjen, Richard M. 

Walbridge, Charles H. & 

Marion L. 
Walker, Burton M. & Marion I. 
Wallace, Norman 
Wallingford, Helen N. 

Walsh, Evangeline C. 
Walsh, Glen I. (SE)& Myrtle D. 
Wamboldt, Lewis L. & Louise P. 
Warburton, Harvey E. & Janet H. 

Ward, Edna C. 



l/4a Bumford land & bldg. 1,800. 



Beatrice Pike land & bldg. 


1,800. 


7a homestead 


2,200. 


Grace Shaw cottage, plains 


1,400. 


Lot 31 & cottage, St. James 


2,500. 


l/8a Reginald Williams 




homestead 


2,000. 


l/a «<Alma Jenness" 


25. 


Lots 1, 3 & cottage, 




St. James 


3,000. 


l/8a homestead 


1,000. 


Lot 8 & cottage, St. 




James, lot 108, Durkee 


1,500. 


2 lots, St. Charles 


100. 


Lots 29, 32, 34 & cottage, 




St. James 


3,000. 


68a land 


250. 


30a farm 


1,700. 


2 boats 


200. 


16a Humphries farm 


7,500. 


Lots 35, 36 & cottage, lot 




37, Kingsbury 


3,000. 


Lot 27, plus 60 ft., Lord, 




cottage 


1,700. 


3.2a Benonie Lessard farm 


3,000. 


2a Horace Snow homestead 


2,800. 


1 boat 


200. 


38.5a farm 


3,000. 


14a land 


100. 


4a Eric Bell land & bldg. 


800. 


12a homestead & land 


3,100. 


11a Alfred Patch farm 


2,000. 


40a C. Knowles land 


200. 


10a Ellen Twombly land 


100. 


Lot 48 & cottage, 




St. James 


1,900. 


Lots 46, 47, garage, 




St. James 


1,000. 



104 



Warnecke, Donalds. (SE) 
Warnecke, Wm. H.O.L. Sr. & 

Francenal. 
Warnecke, Wm. H.O.L. Jr. 

(SE)&RuthD. 
Watson, EmmaF. 
Watson, Richard E. & Frances 



l/8a Ada H. Nutter homestead 2,800. 



A. 



Weaver, John T. (SI) & Cora M. 
Webb, Vernon W. & Shirley W. 

Webb, William Jr. (SE) 
& Florence 

Weber, Christian W. & Ethel R. 

Webster, Arthur G. 

Webster, Frank 

Webster , George A. & Ada R. 

Weckbacher , John A. & Winnifred 

Weeks, Shirley S. 
Welch, Heirs of Fred 
Wentworth, Bessie G. 
Wentworth, Emma M. 
Wentworth, Harry (SE) 
& Martha L. 

Wentworth, Lloyd R. (SE) 
& Miriam 

Wentworth, Heirs Martin G. 
Wentworth, Heirs Martin G. & 

Lizzie, Chas. W. & George A. 

& heirs Mary J. Cate 
Wentworth, Reginald 



Wentworth, Russell G. 



l/8a homestead 



2,700. 



l/8a Elmer Waitt homestead 3,200. 

Cottage on plains 1,000. 

3a Cleveland land 100. 

l/4a Hayes bungalow 2,000. 

1 l/2a Benton field 200. 

l/8a S. L. Hayes homestead 3,700. 

Lot 95 & cottage, St. James 2,100. 

1 boat 100. 
l/2a Leroy Dickson 

homestead 5,000. 



3a Fredk. Williams 




homestead 


1,000. 


45a Mark D. Goodall 


150, 


Woodlot 


100. 


Lots 27,47, cottage, Bolan 


2,700. 


10a G. Weckbacher land 




& bldgs. 


1,200. 


M. Hayes Mt. land 


25. 


Store Bldg. 


1,000. 


78a Ralph Parent farm 


3,500. 


35a farm & woodlot 


1,600. 


10a S. A. Roberts homestead 


1,500. 


7a Luther Wyatt land 


100. 


1 cow 


50. 


la homestead 


2,100. 


16a Roscoe Wentworth land 


100. 


2 neatstock 


75. 


50a farm 


1,900. 


25a land 


100. 


15a Ronald Far rock land 


100. 


20a Palmer Lumber Co. 




land 


100. 


100a farm 


3,500. 


2 horses 


50. 


2 cows 


100. 


2 neatstock 


100. 



105 



Wheeler, Elmer F. 



White, Jane J., John & Katherlne 

M. Hayes 
Whitehouse, Charles R. (SI) 



Wilkins, Minnie E. (SI) 
Wilkins, Ralph W. & Virginia B. 
Wilkins, Robert R. 

Wilkinson, Melbourne A. & Edwina 

Will ey, Alice Ec 

Willey, Cortez& Charles P. 

Willey, FloraD. 

Willey, Heirs Jos. Eugene (SI) 



Willey, Nelson F. 

Willey, Richard M. & Cecelia L. 

Willey, William H. 3rd 
Williams, Clifford 
Williams, George & Florence B. 
Williams, Myrtle M. 
Williams, Ralph J. 
Williams, Ralph J. & Lillian J. 

Williams, Reginald P. (SE)& Ann 
Williams, ShaberH. 
Wilson, Florence E. 
Witham, Arthur R. & Margaret F. 

Witham, Clarence L. & Julia A. 



Lawton Inn 


1,700. 


Townsend garage 


500. 


Stock in trade 


250. 


Cottage on plains 


2,200. 


Homestead 


2,900. 


Lots 1, 2, part of 4, 




Downing 


200. 


Lots 5, 6, 7, Clements 


400. 


24a homestead 


1,800. 


27a Woodbury bldgs. 


2,200. 


12 l/2a woodlot 


35. 


l/2a land 


25. 


1/8 a Runnels homestead 


2,400* 


55a Edward C. Willey land 


250. 


63a Josiah Willey 


375. 


6a Hart land 


500. 


Land & bldg. 


3,000. 


Henshaw land 


400. 


Old post-office 


3,500. 


Garage 


200. 


Store & land 


7,500. 


Stock in trade 


400. 


Camp & Place land 


200. 


Lot 4 & cottage, Hart land 


1,500. 


Lots 12, 13, Hart 


300. 


10a John D. Willey 


30. 


Looney house 


2,500. 


10a Chas.Drew homestead 


1,200. 


l/8a Geo. Ellis homestead 


1,000. 


1 l/2a land, west of R. R. 


15. 


39a DeMerritt farm 


2,400, 


2 cows 


75. 


3a Hodgkins homestead 


3,900. 


140 Sam Plummer land 


420. 


2a homestead 


3,400. 


l/2a George Buzzell 




homestead 


2,500. 


Lot 96 & cottage, 




St. James 


2,200. 


Lot 98 & cottage, 




St. James 


2,200. 



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NEW HAMPSHIRE 

SCHOOL BOARD, SUPERINTENDENT 

PRINCIPALS, TREASURER 

SCHOOL NURSE 

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OFFICERS OF THE SCHOOL DISTRICT 

SCHOOL BOARD 

Carl Harriman Term Expires 1963 

C. Leroy Dickson Term Expires 1964 

Llewellyn Scott Term Expires 1965 

SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 

Ramon F. Martineau, B.A., M.Ed. 

TREASURER 

•Ruth W. Plummer 

MODERATOR 

Everett Mclntire 

CLERK 

Dorothy Regan 

AUDITORS 
Thelma P. Tibbetts Charles E. Piper 

ATTENDANCE OFFICER 

Arthur Chase 

SCHOOL NURSE 

Mildred Gilman, R.N. 



109 

SCHOOL WARRANT 

THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

To the Inhabitants of the School district in the town 
of Milton qualified to vote in district affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town House 
in said district on the 9th. day of March 1963 at 7:00 o' 
clock in the afternoon, to act upon the following subjects: 

1. To choose a Moderator for the coming year. 

2. To choose a Clerk for the ensuing year. 

3. To choose a Member of the School Board for the 
ensuing three years. 

4. To choose a Treasurer for the ensuing year. 

5. To determine and appoint the salaries of the School 
Board and Truant Officer, and fix the compensation of 
any other officers or agent of the district. 

6. To hear the reports of Agents, Auditors, Committees, 
or Officers chosen, and pass any vote relating thereto. 

7. To choose Agents, Auditors and Committees in re- 
lation to any subject embraced in this warrant. 

8. To see what sum of money the district will raise 
and appropriate for the support of schools, for the salaries 
of school district officials and agents, and for the payment 
of statutory obligations of the district, and to authorize 
the application against said appropriation of such sums 
as are estimated to be received from the state foundation 
aid fund together with other income; the school board 



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to certify to the selectmen the balance between the es- 
timated revenue and the appropriation, which balance is 
to be raised by taxes by the town. 

9. To transact any other business that may legally come 
before this meeting. 

Given under our hands at said Milton this 7th. day of Feb- 
ruary 1963. 

Carl Harriman 
C.Leroy Dickson 
Llewellyn Scott 

School Board 

A true copy of Warrant - Attest: 
Carl Harriman 
C. Leroy Dickson 
Llewellyn Scott 

School Board 



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115 

REPORT 
OF 
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 

To School Board and Citizens of Milton: 

The "Minimum Standards and Recommended Practices for 
New Hampshire High Schools, Grades 9-12" was adopted 
by the New Hampshire State Board of Education on June 18, 
1962, effective September, 1963. 

If we recognize that the school must meet the needs of 
many individuals with widely varying skills, capabilities, 
and interests, then, we must conclude that this can be done 
only when the school provides, through its program, its 
services, and its staff, sufficient diversity to permit secondary 
school education to have real meaning for each boy and girl. 

The provisions of RSA 194;23,23-a, 23-b, 23-c provides 
the authority to the state board of education for approval 
of High Schools and Comprehensive High Schools. 

We are now an approved comprehensive high school and 
it is my recommendation that we pursue this direction of 
approval, although, the school district will need to make 
some capital expenditures in order to meet fully all of the 
standards. 

Basically, an approved high school offers a one track 
system of college preparatory courses with a minimum 
program of 20 units of which 17 units must be offered in 
any given school year. The distribution of subjects must 
meet state board approval. 

A comprehensive high school must offer all of the learning 
opportunities of a "high school", plus 10 Units of General 
Subjects, 14 Units in the Practical Arts and 3 Units in the 
Fine Arts. An approved comprehensive high school shall 
provide an organized program of guidance for all students. 

Both types of schools must have a qualified school -lib- 
rarian or teacher -librarian and must provide a minimum 
of one period daily of library services for each 100 pupils, 
utilizing a qualified staff member. 



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It must be emphasized that 75 per cent of the students in 
this community do not plan to enter post secondary schools 
and for them the education received through high school 
is terminal. Consequently, it is necessary that we offer the 
diversified program which we are now offering. 

Although not directly related to the Minimum Standards, 
the Interim Commission Report on Education to the General 
Court will have far-reaching effects on the educational hori- 
zon of the state of New Hampshire. 

On November 30, 1962, Mr. Roland L. Schoepf, of the Div- 
ision of Instruction visited Nute High School. The purpose 
of the visit was to clarify what action, if any, is necessary 
to qualify Nute High School as an approved comprehensive 
under the new minimum standards which go into effect in 
September, 1963. A Summary of action necessary follows: 

1. There must be one more college preparatory academic 
course offering. 

2. At least four different kinds of industrial arts ex- 
periences must be made available with appropriate 
facilities. 

3. At least one offering for credit in the visual arts , 
taught by a certified instructor, must be available 
each year. 

4. For a school of this size , the services of a teacher- 
counselor must be available for three periods daily. 

5. Pupil records must be stored in a fire resistant file 
or safe. Additional files are necessary in order to 
accommodate such records . 

6, Provision must be made for more experience in the 
use of business machines, such as dictating equip- 
ment. 
7. TEe services of a teacher -librarian , one with a mini- 
mum of six semester hours in library science, must 
be available for two periods a day . There is a ques- 
tion about the present library management and this 
will be examined, using school library standards. 
Mr. Paul Quimby, Director-Secondary School Services, 
when asked to indicate what penalties would result from 



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non-compliance with minimum standards gave the following 
answer; "You will note in RSA 194:23-d that «<A high school 
or comprehensive high must be approved by the State Board 
of Education in order to qualify the district maintaining such 
school to receive any form of financial state aid to educa- 
tion . . ." in other words, it is clear that a district would 
forfeit foundation aid, building aid, NDEA funds, aid which is 
channeled through state departments for home economics 
and certain other vocational courses, etc. 

Finally, to meet the minimum requirements, for a com- 
prehensive high school, it would be necessary to add 1 and 
2/5ths teacher. This is a minimum investment for the maxi- 
mum services that your children would receive. Your school 
board has budgeted for a comprehensive high school and you 
are urged to support them at the annual district meeting. 

The untimely death of Principal John B. Folsom on Sept- 
ember 5, 1962, was a great loss to this community. Mr. 
Folsom served the Milton Schools since September, 1956. 
The district was fortunate in finding an able replacement 
in Principal John R. Callahan. 

In conclusion, I should like to express my appreciation 
for the cooperation given me during the year by the citizens, 
school board, pupils and teachers of Milton. 

Respectfully Submitted 

Ramon Martineau 
Superintendent of Schools 



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PRINCIPAL'S REPORT 
MILTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS 



The opening day of school was September 5, 1962; a day 
marred by the sudden, untimely death of John B. Folsom, 
Principal. Miss Marjorie Goodwin was appointed acting 
principal. On October 1, 1962, John Callahan became prin- 
cipal of the Milton Public Schools. 

The teaching staff has remained relatively stable. There 
were no changes in personnel at the Milton Mills School. 
In the Milton Elementary School, Mrs. Helen Abbott moved 
from Grade 5 to Grade 4; Mrs. Marion Stanley moved from 
Grade 6 to Grade 5, and Mr. Harold Sanborn was hired to 
teach Grade 6. 

In the High School, Miss Helen Tambouris was hired to 
replace Mr. Regan as Social Studies teacher in Grades 7 
through 9. Mr. Regan moved up to the position left vacant 
by the resignation of Mr. Ralph Leib. Mr. David Baker 
was hired to fill the vacancy left by Mr. Nelson Dionne. 
Mrs. Thelma J. Damon was hired to fill the vacancy caused 
by the departure of Mr. Victor Baghdadi, (Mrs. Damon has 
since resigned and she has been replaced by Mrs. Paulette 
Alden). Mrs. Elizabeth Watman was hired as a full time 
Emglish teacher to handle the two sections of English re- 
quired in Grades 9 and 10 due to the increased enrollment. 

The staff has been adequate to handle the teaching load 
this year, but increased enrollment plus new state regu- 
lations relative to the certification of Nute High School 
as a comprehensive High School will require the addition 
of a new teacher for the school year 1963-64. A full time 
music instructor will be needed next year as Farmington 
has voted to hire a full time teacher and Milton has no 
opportunity to share a teacher. State certification require- 
ments necessitate the offering of art on a part time basis. 
It is hoped that this person will be shared with Farmington. 



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The curriculum has changed only slightly. English Com- 
position was added in September 1962 to help students who 
were college bound. In 1962-63, all sections of English 
except the 12th Grade were divided into two parts. In 
1963-64, all English classes will have two sections due to 
increased enrollment. In line with the State Department 
of Education's recommendation of offering four years of one 
language rather than two or three years of two languages, 
French IV will be offered. To become certified as a com- 
prehensive school next year, three periods of guidance must 
be offered at Nute High School. 

In the Elementary School, the major change in curriculum 
will be in the math program. Contrary to popular belief, there 
is nothing new in arithmetic; the students are still adding, 
subtracting, multiplying and dividing. There are new and 
better ways of teaching arithmetic. We are hoping to adopt 
one of the new nethods. 

Along with the arithmetic in the Elementary Schools, more 
emphasis is being placed on reading and we are in hopes of 
adopting a two track system for students in the Elementary 
School to challenge all the students to improve in their 
reading skills. 

The enrollment continues to rise. Next year's predicted 
enrollment is 472 compared to 432 this year. Additional 
tuition students from surrounding communities account for 
a major part of the increase. 

There were a few improvements to the school plants 
over the summer. The outside of the school building was 
painted at Milton Mills. A new roof was put on the Elemen- 
tary Building. Hot top was applied around the elementary 
school to keep sand from being tracked into the building. At 
Nute High School, the boiler that had broken down in the 
winter was repaired and completely overhauled during the 
summer. The corridors and the cafeteria were painted. A 
nurse's room and an art room were created out of the home 
economics room. The gymnasium floor was not much of a 
problem this year; three small areas were reconstructed 



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During the basketball season, the floor was in good con- 
dition. 

To the School Board, the Superintendent, the Parent 
Teachers Association, the Teneriffe Sports Club, the Boo- 
sters Club, all the parents and friends of Milton Public 
Schools, and the teachers who contributed to make the 
schools and their affiliated programs a success, thank you. 

John Callahan, Principal 



REPORT OF THE SCHOOL NURSE 



To the School Board, Superintendent of Schools, and the 
Citizens of Milton: 

I hereby submit my fourth annual report as school nurse. 

There have been few changes made in the routine health 
program this year. The program includes checking vision, 
teeth, heights, weights, and scalps in grades 1 - 12 in 
Milton and grades 1 - 6 in Milton Mills. The children 
in grades 1-3-5-7-9-11 and all who participate in sports 
are given a physical examination by the school physician, 
Dr. George Quinn, of Farmington, N.H. Any defects found 
were reported to the parent and advised to consult their 
family physician. The children in grades 1-3-5 in Milton 
Mills were also examined. 

The children in grades 1-3-5-7-9-11 in Milton and Milton 
Mills were given a hearing test with the Maico Audiometer. 
Heads are inspected several times during the year. This 
is done to prevent the spread of any scalp infection or pedi- 
culosis (head lice). We have very few of such cases. 

I made appointments and transported three children to 
the Orthopedic and Child Guidance Clinics, one in Rochester 
and three in Dover. Four Polio Clinics were held in the 



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Milton Elementary Schooh These clinics were well attended. 
Both the Oral and the Salk vaccine were given to all age 
groups. We were unable to have our Dental Clinic this 
year as Dr. Morrison was ill and unable to do the work, 
much to his regret. 

Orientation Day was held May 17, with twenty-five boys 
and girls attending, all as cute as they could be. They 
were weighed, measured, their eyes and teeth checked. 
It really was quite a day for them and a very pleasant 
one for me. 

There have been many cases of virus infections during 
the fall and winter months. Seventy-three cases of Mumps 
were reported and a few of the other communicable diseases 
such as measles etc. 

Following is the statistical report of the health work 

for 1961 - 62 school year. 
Pupils examined by physician 238 

Pupils inspected by nurse 572. 

Vision test 482 

Hearing test 194 

Heights and weights 433 

Teeth 433 

First - aid 1257 

Blood pressure taken (requested by school Dr.) 1 

Visits to homes 167 

Visits to schools (3) 447 

Number of children taken home (sick or injured) 65 

This includes going to West Milton, Milton 

Mills, Wakefield, Sanbornville as well as in 

the village. 
Number taken to Dr. office 5 

Number taken to Optometrist in Rochester 1 

from Milton Mills, 

I attended three Nurses Workshops during the year, 
one in Manchesser, two in Concord. I also attended 
three evening meetings which were held in Portsmouth. 

I am very grateful for having my own room at the High 



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School this year. To me it is a much better arrangement 
for all concerned, this means teachers, students and myself, 

I would like to thank the Woman's Club of Milton for 
sponsoring the Dental Clinic, the work will be done this 
year. I would also like to thank the P.T.A, for the money 
they gave me to buy some of the furnishings I needed for 
my room at the High School. 

I would like to say THANK YOU to the School Board, 
Superintendent Martineau, our Principal Mr. Callahan, 
teachers and other members of the staff as well as parents 
for their close cooperation. It has been a pleasure working 
with and for you. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mildred L. Gilman, R.N. 
School Nurse 



SCHOOL CALENDAR 
FOR SUPERVISORY UNION NO. 44, 1963-64 



Schools Sessions jjo. f d a y S 

1. Fall Term 

Starts September 4, Closes December 20 74 

2. Winter Term 

Starts January 2, Closes February 21 37 

3. Spring Term 

Starts March 2, Closes April 24 40 

4. Last Term 

Starts May 4, Closes June 19 35 

Total Days T$$ 

Holidays and special Events 

Sept. 3 Teachers' Meeting 

Oct. 25 NHEA Convention 

Nov. 11 Veterans Day 

Nov. 28-29 Thanksgiving 



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This Calendar is subject to changes authorized by your 
School Board, State Department of Education, or when school 
is called off because of dangerous storms and emergencies. 
The Minimum Legal Requirement is 180 days. This calendar 
allows 6 days for emergencies. 

NO SCHOOL NOTIFICATION WILL BE BROADCAST FROM 
REGIONAL RADIO STATION. 



RECORDS AND EXPENDITURES 

Salaries of District Officers 543.95 

School Board, Treasurer, Clerk, Moderator 

Truant Officers, and Auditors 
Superintendent's Salary, Local Share 1,047,54 

Tax, Statewide Supervision 668.00 

Salaries Other Administration Personnel 2,836.82 

School Secretary, District Secretary, 

Supt's Secretary & Assistant Local Share 
Administration Supplies & Expenses 1,292.99 

Telephone, Postage, and Office Supplies 
Salaries for Instruction 85,116.58 

Principal, Teachers and Substitutes 
Salaries for Janitors 8,050.35 

Books and Other Instruction Aids 2,242.27 

Text Books, Work Books etc. 
Scholars Supplies 3,164.12 

Charts, maps, reference books, chalk, paper, 

crayons, ink, and chemicals 
Supplies and other Expenses 892.61 

Shop and Music Supplies 
Fuel or Heat 6,010.48 

Water, Lights & Maintenance Supplies 4,152.93 

Mops, Brooms, T tissue, dusters, fuses, 

bulbs, paper towels, etc. 
Maintenance of School Plants 3,819.37 



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Repairs and Replacements 
Health Supervision and Supplies 1,206.08 

Salaries and Supplies 
Transportation 12,292.00 

Tuition 265.00 

Fixed Charges 8,023.04 

Retirement, Insurance & Treasurer Bond 
Additions & Improvements to Buildings 3,474.05 

New Equipment 6,802.92 

Principal on Debt 15,000.00 

Interest on Debt 7,962,50 

School Lunch Program 8,488.73 

Salaries & Supplies, part of which is 

refunded by federal funds & self support 

Respectfully Submitted 

Emma p. Ramsey, District Secretary 



SUMMARY FOR NEW BUILDINGS FOR 1961-62 



Cash on Hand July 1, 1961 438.97 

Net Payments 438.97 

Notes and Bonds Outstanding July 1, 1961 245,000.00 

Payment on Principal April 1, 1962 15,000,00 

Notes and Bonds Outstanding July 1, 1962 230,000.00 



EXPENSE AND OUTLAY OF MILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT, 

1961-1962 

Cash on hand July 1, 1961 2734.31 

Appropriation for 1961 and 1962 134,067.13 

State funds 5,304.86 

Federal Funds 4,148.82 

Trust Funds 11,342,27 



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Tuitions 22,322.72 

All Other Sources 3,564.63 

Total Available 183,484.74 

Total Orders Paid 183,352.33 

Cash on Hand July 1, 1962 132.41 



REPORT OF DISTRICT TREASURER 
General Fund Acct. 



Cash on Hand July 1, 1961 $2,734,31 

(For the Fiscal Year July 1, 1961 to 

June 30, 1962) 
Received from Selectmen 

Current Appropriation 134,067.13 
Received from State Treas. 

State Funds 5,304.86 

Federal Funds 4,148.82 

Received from Tuition 22,322.72 

Received as Income from Trust Funds 11,342.27 

Received from All Other Sources 3.564.63 

Total Receipts. 180,750.43 

Total Available (Balance & Receipts) 183,484.74 

Less School Board Orders Paid 183,352.33 
Balance on Hand June 30, 1962 

(Treasurer's Bank Balance) 132.41 

July 3, 1962 RUTH W. PLUMMER, 

District Treasurer 
(Building Fund) 



Cash on Hand July 1, 1961 $438.97 

For the Fiscal Year July 1, 1961 to June 30, 1962 
(Treasurer's bank balance) 



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Total Receipts $438.97 

Total Available (Balance & Receipts) 438.97 

Less Scholl Board Orders Paid 438.97 

(Treasurer's Bank Balance) NONE 



RUTH W. PLUMMER, 
District Treasurer. 



July 3, 1962 



AUDITORS' CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that we have examined the books, 
vouchers bank statements and other-financial records of the 
treasurer of the school district of Milton of which the above 
is a true summary for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1962 
and find them correct in all respects. 

July 3, 1962 CHARLES E. PIPER 

THELMA TIBBETTS, 
Auditors. 



MILTON SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM 
FINANCIAL STATEMENT 



JULY 1, 1961 to JUNE 30, 1962 



BEGINNING BALANCE - JULY 1, 1961 $ 212.95 

RECEIPTS 

Lunch Sales - Children $ 8557.60 

Lunch Sales - Adults 584.40 

Reimbursements 2734.04 

Loan 345.07 



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District Appropriation 300.00 

Misc. Cash 336.21 

TOTAL RECEIPTS $ 12857.32 



TOTAL ABAILABLE $ 13070.27 

EXPENDITURES 

Food $ 9573.72 

Labor 3120.45 

Equipment 124.72 
Repayment of Loan 

All Other Expenditures 251.38 

total expenditures $ 13070.27 

BALANCE - JUNE 30, 1962 .00 

OTHER PROGRAM RESOURCES: 

USDA COMMODITIES RECEIVED (Wholesale) 1050.00 
DONATIONS: LABOR $1150.00 

BALANCE SHEET 
FISCAL Year Ended June 30, 1962 



ASSETS 






Cash in Bank 


$ 


.00 


Accounts Receivable: 






Lunch Sales 




.00 


Reimbursement due Program 




563.83 


Other Income due Program 




.00 


Food Inventory - June 30 




100.00 


Supplies Inventory - June 30 




10.00 


TOTAL ASSETS 


$ 


673.83 


EXCESS OF LIABILITIES OVER ASSETS 




833.41 


LIABILITIES 






Loans payable 




345.07 


Withholding Tax payable 




.00 



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FICA Tax Payable .00 

Other Accounts Payable 1162.17 

TOTAL LIABILITIES $ 1507. 24 

EXCESS OF LIABILITIES OVER ASSETS 833.41 



SALARY OF SUPERINTENDENT, 1963-62 



(Footnote to School Board's Financial Report of 1961-62 
Chapter 243, Section 5, New Hampshire Laws of 1953) 



School District 

Barrington 

Epsom 

Farmington 

Milton 

Northwood 

Nottingham 

Strafford 

Total 
State of New Hampshire (Per Capita Tax) 

Total 8,750.00 



(Local Share) 


Amount 


11.13% 


611.94 


9.38% 


515.84 


33.50% 


1,843.04 


19.05% 


1,047.54 


12.21% 


671.29 


7.94% 


436.50 


6.79% 


373.85 


100.00% 


5,500.00 


apita Tax) 


3.250.00