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Full text of "Index to the Collections of the Maine Historical Society, vols. I-IX"

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PREFACE. 

The Gfitliio MvimcraU icier to Uk' volunie> ; the "Roinrni iiuiiiorals 
to llic jircfatovv pages ; tlio AraMc imnicrals vvU-r to tlic jaues, aiid 
■wlu'ii the latter is I'ollowed i>y an a tiie rLl'ereiiee is eitlior {o Mr. Fol- 
som's (liseunrse, v\-liioh is ]iaired separately in the tirst ]>art <>t the 
secoml volume, or to the injte jirinted hefore I'age one hurnhx-l anJ 
eleven in volume eight, 'i'he Fieneh jnelixes J)e, La, oti-., I have 
entered iimler the letters L and D Avhen they are n part of the name; 
vrhen they are not a part of the name thc-y Mill he found under the 
first letter of the name, thu- DuMonts and La Tour are und^'r the D's 
and L's, while Jean Viueent, Daron de St. Castuie will he fuund umler 
the S"s. To find oe(,gra}dii(;.u nainos llic reader will look undn.r the 
projier name and also under the geographieal term, as it is often 
customary to use the prefix as a ]iart of the name; thu- v.-e have 
Hudson river and Delaware Lay, also IJiver St. Lawrence and Day of 
Fund}-. In the spelling of surnames and the names of the Indians, I 
have f;enerallv followed the orthograjihy of the author of eaeh article, 
tut in nearly all cases I have referred to another spelling. In many 
cases no Chri-tian names are given in the articles. These I have addL-d 
when I have heen ahle to hnd them. Very often, h(nvever, I have not 
succeeded in my search, therefore I have followed the name with a 
dash, giving any title, such a.-^ Capt., Rev., etc., that may heluug to 
them. 



COLLECTIONS OF THE 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY 

INDEX — VOLS. I-IX SERIES I. 



Abnfrada?;sct. 2. 191: 4. 10^. 

Ali.in;;'|nis. n si>olliiiu.- <>i' A!>naki,6. 214. 

Ablnorulu.^set iioinl. 3. '.)\'.). 

AWkiuioooIco, Abl'ov.ock.i, the In- 
dian ik'vil, 3. l','/i, '.I'wi. 

Abixjisliain. Munjoy liorii in, i. 102, 
'27><\ )uontio!ii'<!. 4. L'>!. :;■,':!. 

Abl»t.>tt. Jacob, nuiriii'il \] iss VauLrlian, 
7. l^^O. 
Pi-'if. Julai, 5. xxiii; 6. 401. 402; 8. 

ITC. 
tlie Kev. Jolm S. C, 5. 202;;; criti- 
cised, 7. Cti."). 
Lvdia, dauu'bter of Aaron, 4. 2S] . 
Jh.ses, 4. ;].".'.». 
Philil., 4. o:;0. 

Samuel, son of .\aron, 4. 2S1. 
Vt'aluo, 4. 2ii2;i. 

^Villiani, corporate member of the 
Maine Hi.st. ^<oc.. i. 1!. 

, Sijuire. of C.>n';onl. 4. ,"42. 

liev. , u! r.eveily, 5. iii. 

. of Kii!cr>toii. 4. '.',]■'■. 

Aliliotfs lli:.tory of lie!la<t, citeil, 5. 
xix/i. 

Abcnakis, Abena<i'ii<;. tlio. a r"nrral 
name for the Jiidians "f Maiu". i. 
4(i5; <^erierJc name not projirrly u->-d 
4. 1*T-'JS; other nations of tlie con- 
federacy, I. 414; divided into four 
tribes, 4. 00: dilfereiit ^vay.s. of 
sjieliing Ih.e name. i. 41 2»: 5. 204', 
20',i. 210, l.'i4: me:ins of communiea- 
tion rot exclusively oral. i. 410-420; 
languaLCe of. i. 412. 41^; 4. '.i.">-ii7, 
Is.J-lOo; 9. 200-204. ■_'•■,! ; eo;ni>ared to 
tlie Sanscrit, i. 41-: a dialect of the 
Al.Lron(iuin. i. 4i2; two liialects re- 
main, I. 414; did not use, i. 41tj; 
their favorite Country, i. 4o4; 4. OS; 
extent of country, 4. 00: 6. 207: 
friends of the Micmacs. i. 4b;. 4l.'2; 
to be protected from llie Iroipiois, 
I. 4.'13; never comiuered by tlie Iro- 
quois, I. 40:); inlhieiiceil bv priests. 
I. 4;J;;, 4:34. 44:'-444; Vincent J^iu'ot 
ainonir, i.-i'^'j; Kale amon^r, i. 4:;T; 
t'xpeditiim ai:ain<t Xew En.L,da,nd, i. 
4;)4; Kale's inliueiic<! prevented 
En;,;lish settlements 'anionic, i. 44;J- 
444; sohl canoes to Montres>or, 1. 
440: Montressor in an old camp of, 
I. 4.">-j, 4.'<0; settled on the St. Law- 
rence, 1. 440; jealous of their 



knowledsxe of the countrv. i. 4")1, 
4';4. 4iU;' friendly to Anio'ld, i. ."d".- 
r)10; lived in Acadia. 7. l')|„ ; sidled 
Tarentines or Tarrantirics. 7. loO; 
men'"ioned, 4. 0<"), 07: 5. 2-0: fi. 2o'.i; 
7. 44. 40, .jO. 01, 7('.. >2. s:;: 8. ."5;>2; 
9. 212, 201, 2f'i-; i. .V' e "'.so Abnaki. 

Abciirajnid. 5. i.".'2: 7. G')- 

Abc'ii ujuind, 3. 412. 

Abercrombie, (0. neral. £. 2';3. 
thelU'V. . 6. lo. ol, :)0. 

Aberemot, 2. 21. 

Abilie, Henry, i. ];>3. 

AiiinLi'ton, 2. 140. 

Abinnauay, Pierre, siiifnum ol. 6. 25S. 

Abissanelirav.-. 6. 200. 

Almaki, the, e.Ktenr of th'dr tenitory, 
5. 207, 240. 2sO-2^1; left riu-ir !nn";e 
impressed on the soil o: MiOne, v. 
207. 208; but little kr.ou;i 01 theii 
dialect, 6. 2V»-: called T.irenrine-. 6. 
UoS; calletl 0'.veua_''unL;,.s. 6. uoo; 
211-212; different na^^ s ot spt-llin;.; 
t'le name. 5. ::00. 214: m-ranlh'^c of 
name, 6. 2oO, 2Lo-2I.>; di.Jicilt to 
determine tlie nural>er of trib;_-s of, 

5. 2'i0-i'lo; a generic word. 5. 210: 
diiferent ideas of tlieir eoiiiitry, 6. 
2 0): one of live New En.Lr'and n :i ions, 

6. 211 : same ai Canlbas, 6. 2!".^: liad 
ti'e vilhr;"^. 6. 'JlO: i-n ^'ri-.;"! •i.d i>eo- 
ple; 6. 210: same as ti;e ja i:i)id,en:x- 
pie. 6. 210: like the Huron-. 6. lilT; 
acknowledged no ancstral f:ibe, 6. 
217-218: characteristics of. 5. 2K-- 
222: liad tixed villiires. 6. ■_'!-: ;>:ac- 
tised a.iiriciilfure. 6. L'l'.i: man'i.TS of. 
6. :.'l'.t-22ii: valorof. ti.s^<:: iii':idsof 
the French, 6. 221: r!u!: i m -uau'e 
superior, 6. 222; the h<ad of tlic 
tribes, 6. 2li2-'_^J-'5, 22.'^: jia(i a n-LTnlar 
method of writinuc. 6. SJ'-'j. '-'!■■: books 
in tlieir lan^aiaLre. 6. L'24: lilTaries 
of. 6. 224, slionld Ite called \V iniian- 
alckie, 6. l'02: inducn! to s'tlle iu 
(.'aiiada, 6. I'O'.': demamleil tint tL-e 
Kj);,'!isii .should rebiiib.i the 1 iiuroli 
at Xorrid^ewock, 6. L'40: oilier de- 
mands, G. •_'4t)-::;41 : deni'-d liaviu-sold 
land to the Kn^jisji, 6. 241: iiover- 
in;; on liie frontiers. 6. LMl: C.ipt. 
Stevens sent to confer with. 6. 241; 
condition ^0" i)i 1^."<S. 6. 2;0: sjicll- 
ing book of, 6. 240, i:4.j; vocabulary 



MATXE iriSTOiMC.M, SOCIETY. 



Abniki. t)io — contiimed. 

oi", C. 21o, iM-ViMV: clivi-lon of time 
ainon/, 6. '2oS-i!t'>;.': ti,i:nes of tlio 
iT.jutiis, 6. li'V.i; (lisrin.'t from llud- 
80ii"i 15 ly libii;ins. 6. I'Tl-'-'TJ; i>n tlio 
Kor.iiclR'c. 5. I'Si: usr*l to ])rotoot 
Acii'ii.i, 6. "-'"^l ; jv.evi'utvil tlio In>- 
quoi:- fioin re;u-!ii;ii,' '_';n> i la. 6. i^l ; 
ni'jini uietl. 6. '2-'>'\ "JJU, L'40, u'jv. MG-. 
.S'"- dso Abvii'ikis. 

Abii I'li. The. by Ea'^oin* VL'tromile, 
6. •Ji):j-22T. ' 
gr:'.'ti:ii itioal sVcetch of tlic lanjcuage 
of, :i\' the llcv. M. C. CBricu, 9. 
•.'.V.t-L".t4. 

Abn ii|i'..>is, a spelling of Almaki. 6.214. 

Abnaiiiiot'i, .see Abuaki. 

Abon!u-kv>;% see Abonikis. 

Aboii;j,ines, The. Je.suits sent to. i. 
20; oiTitrast between th<)>;e visiieil 
by Columbus and Go>in)l(l, 5. 14:J; 
t:ii'~f on the Xenuebi^c e uiy visited, 
6. L'o^: had no niiniier of wriiinLX, 
6. 22:'.; their hioroi;'lyohics, 6. liL'o. 
^c-e Indians. 

Abousctt river, bonndary of grant 
to Itldliam and Dorrek 2. 4T/(. 

Abralnni. The. at Penia-iaid. 5. I'^.O. 

Abu-?es eL.-;ninitLed inXew En_,dan], i. 
.'j.j. 

Aca;leniies (bartered, l^ii^. 8. 171-172, 
175; number of in 1S2 ). 8. 17'.'. 

Academy of ]-)atli, 2. 2o4; of btienco; 
6. 27tk O'js. ■ 

Acadi.i. .uranted to Du 31 'ii*^, i. 2."): '). 
o2"); boundary of, i. 2')//, l'7. 2>: Dii 
^[ont'.-; attention drawn from, i. 2!); 
supposed ori.t^iti of tiie nime, i. 27; 

4. I'.U: 5. 177; name given by tlie 
French. 2. hhi; extensive country 
coveied l>y, 2. lijii; 5. xxi. 177-17:^, 
2i)0. 2).>, o2.j; 6. ;]« ; 7. l^j'); names 
similar. 2. H'm: on !)<.■ La t's m iji, 2. 
17"; ceded'to the Enu'.i^h, i. 2S; 
Sir Thoinas Temple goveni >r of. i. 
3'>*>yc. 5. 2o2; the e<^!i4Uesr of rlianuCed 
tlie ijoun lary of Now England, i. 
4;>."); settled l)y Poutriir'onrt. i. 42"^; 
attemjit to settle the biiindtry of, 

6. •"];?: limits of settled, 2. l'T2. 5. 177, 
3;J0, 7. li)l«; 8. 2tJ.]: the siiore of the 
Bay of Fundy. 4. li'l; tirst known 
resident ot, 5. 17>: conveyed to 
J'rance by Charh'S 1,5. 2()t>, 21."). 2.">1 ; 

7. '■]■), ')'>. New England alarmed by 
the conveyance. 5. 2l.j; became En-^- 
lis!i te:ritory, 5. 'S-'A: 6. ■'/■]'); 7. -'•J; 
tlie pco;de sin'urod in tli'-ir proiierty 
aiid religion, 5. 2:il-2.'j2: bounlary 
csi;ibiished by English diidomiey, 

5. :','■','); t!i<- Frencli iijvcr Inld un'iis- 
puted possession of. 6. '.',: Uaziliai 
governor of, 6. lu:': 7. '■)■!>. M; La 
Tour cLiimed the rigiit to govern, 

6. 110; Ludiansoi, in 17:^4, 6. ■;'4n; land 
in granted to Cadiilae, 6. I'TO: the 
Abuakis to be used to j);oLeel, 5. 



2S1; many good harbors in, 6.2-^2; 
jiei'ido of expelled. 17-"i">. 6. ."141; 
]>ongan laid claini to part of. 7. 47- 
4^; rerre)C governor oi. 7. 4^: .'amcs 
11 laid claim to, 7. .">'>: dc .Mi.'ineva! 
governor of, 7. •"■)! : ai i!ie mei\y of 
Ih.e English, 7. 81 : In Hans to '.0 re- 
tained under the French inlbienco, 
7, 82: the boundary as elaimi-d by 
ih.e French. 7. l-jii: C'ov. .'^liirloy a 
eoinmissi.iner to metric 1' mniiary 
dis])ute, 8. 20;): conveyed to tie 
(i uereheville, 8. ;32o: eonsidered lu 
be a part of Virginia. 8. .■;20: gianred 
to .'^ir William AhxaiKUr, g. lou; 
called Ni>va 8feori t, g. loo; men- 
tioned, 2. 271; 3. .j^'i, o',''), oe7. 41U, 
412, 41'.), 421: 5. 2.")0;(.20roi, 2'.':'. 20.j; 
6. 111. -JOS, 210, 211,212,21:3, 214,-24, 
22'i. •_'70, 280, 'Mi), ;302, oO^l; 7.4, 5, 
u'i, 2^, :;7. 4;>, 4;i, .").jy(, oU, ol 02. l<2, 
I'll/,, ;;4>: 8. 1S8, l'.i2,i. ol7. ois. :3-0, 
C:U, o4'.); 9. :].>, 'J7, 1"2, lO:'.. 10-. bK). 
ll'>. 112. llisrory ot. .v,v' Whipide! 

Acadia and its ab 'riuines, i)y tlie Kev. 
Eu'^ene Vetromile. 7. ;);;7-;U'.t. 

Acadian peninsula, tne, 7. 2."<0 

Acadians, t!ie, expelled from tiii.'=r 
country. 6. 341, 34.\;,.': 8. 14',i-l.''^0. 
24"./,. 2-<L(, 2S2;i; distributed in the 
colonii's, 5.;l4."jii: families separarrl. 
6. .'U;]//; sulfering au\'i;i'j,', 6. ;,1-,': 
denied thi-ir i)ricsl>, 5. ;;4;3/;; tiieir 
))r^)])eiay destroVLd. C. .". I-),:: suj.:- 
jilied the French Ilfct. 8. 120: pco- 
j.led Xova .Scotia. 8. LJ., 14:: : piau 
to secure their alle.ui i;ice, 8. 120; 
on good terms vvirh the Indians. 3. 
14:;. 144: permitted to retuin to 
No\a Seotia. 8. 1 i-']; n':>t tre.icherous. 
8. 144; ni)torionsly honest, 8. 144; 
mentioned, 8. i4'J. S^c also French 
Xeutrals. 

Aiadie, sfe Acadia. 

Accomenricus, see Aganienticns. 

Account of the Catholie ^li.-^^ions in 
Maine, I.42S-440. 
of Xew Gloucester, b>y Isaac Par- 
sons, 2. l.j 1-104. 
of tile German setttlement in Wal- 
doborougii, by the Kev. John W. 
.Starman, 5. 401-400. 

Aclimet Kiouprougli, 7. 41. 42. 

.\cosisco. Indian n.ime of .S lco, 4. 103. 

Ai'tcon, 3. 3>0, 440. 

Act of Incori»oration of Maine His- 
torical .Society, i. 10. 

Adams. Abraham, received luMpiestof 

land from Mrs. Macworlli, i. 70/.-, 

I2s: moved to Eoston. i. 12S. li'a; 

Ujirried .Sarah .M.tcv.orth, i. iJ-). 

the Eev. Amos, 5. 272. 

atid M'lre, land grantc'l to, 9. 37S. 

(,'a[il. , of Farmijigton. 4. '■)■''■'> 

i)\. rh'inent J., m irried Abigail Os- 
good, 4. 27U/1. 



INDEX TO COLLi:CTIOXS. 



EboncAOi, procoptor of Tortland , 
acatl'jmy. 8. I'l-i. I 

Gc<n-J:v. si't:ned pctiti.'ii to Governor { 
Iinuistri't't. I. •2^-)„: livofl at Fal- j 
mouth, I. •"511). j 

the i;ev. Gcovixe E., 8. 4.")4; Bio- i 
graphical notice of the Hon. Kob- j 
ert P. Dnnl ip, 7. :ji~-:;T'^. j 

James, fined for inhiunniity, i.oSO; j 
to ho sent out of town for break- I 
in<j,- the i>eaee, i. .3>1. j 

J0I111 (President), Washin'^ton ex- | 
pressed pleasure, at tlio niuulier of i 
votes he received. 4. ■>'<: < n the | 
Northeastern P>ouiidary, S. 1 1 ; i 
mentioned. 4. l'>: 5. 1-t'J; 6. :]-iK): 8. j 
12, 47, I'lOh, 21it/(. 

the Kev. ,lohn. a Harvard graduate, | 
I. o"_'^; preaclied in Li.iK-riek, i. j 
3:2>; lived at iJurhaiu and New- j 
field, I. o2S. I 

JohnQuincy, s-xxvii: 6.421.4('!a. 4G2; 

8. :-UT, o-")'o, ;3.J2, 414; his journal 
cited, 8. 31. 

Jonatlian, married Relx-cea An- 
drews. I. .".iJ.j. 

the Kev. Jonathan, preached at 
Woolwich, 2. 222. 

Nathaniel, of New rJloucesrer, 2. 

the J^iCv. Nathaniel, his annals of 
Portsmouth cited, i.:-j'>. '>'.J : 9. -Mjii. 

party vote in Minot. 2. 12-<. 12'.). 

Pliii'i]*, ;:ave a bond fur his son. i. 
3.?1 : amount of hui'l gra:ited to, 

9. :JT8. 
Pond. 9. 1.31. 

the Kev. , of Durham, 4. 2G5, 

2()7. 

the Kev. , of Newinixton, 5. Iv. 

Samuel, Governor of 3Iassachu;>ctts, 

8. 176. 

Samuel, amount of land granted to, 

9. :-:7S. 

Simeon, magnesia on liis farm, i. 
320. 

Solomon, surveyor. 7. 411. 

the Kev. Solomon, preceptor of 
Washiniiton academy, 8. lo.j. 

"Will and Francis, 7. 2'Jt3, 

Zabdial, 2. 223. 

Zabdial, B., 8. 414. 

Adderly, , 9. lO. 17, 1^, 19. 

Addiu-'ton, Isaac, 2. 2(;o; 9. 42a, 67n. 

Addisf.n, 7. 202. 

Address of the Rev. George Burgess. 

4.G3-ltl; of William Willis, 5. xvii- 

Ixviii. 
A'leav.ando, 3. 362; 7. 2.')9, I'Gl. 
Administration of the Coiouies, cited, 

5. l'.)3n. 
Adventurer, the, 5. 130. 
-(Egina, 6. 147. 
.'Ihuas, 7. 133. 
Al'A'iG dialect, thr, 6. 205. 
Africa, 7. 212, 214. 



African trading comi)any formed, 7. 
13',./). 

Agamenticus, Indian name of York, 
4. KM; settlement commenced at, 1. 
4'"., a. 4'.i;». SO; saw mills at. i. 47/i: 
9. 3os,(: Edward Godfrey in, i. 47a, 
S4,(; called York, i. 47/i:" 2. 4'.i/!, S\ 
!-■"): 4. l"l: 8. 3V'!, delinition of the 
v.oiii, i.47/i: land granted to (God- 
frey, I. >'•: land granted to Gorges. 
I. Sv); WilHam llooke lived in, i. 
b-S/i.: liome of GecULre Burdeti. i. 
S'.i. .;i".."i; homo of Abraham i'reblc. 
i.;)4/(: incorporated, I. IMy;; 2. [>Va: 
8. 3i.'I; called Gorgeana i. 94.'; 
Tliomas Gorges a resident and ma- 
yor of, I. 94»; 2. b[hi; taxed, i. 94/;; 
communication witli v*>aco, i. 354; 
settlements east of, i. 3-')4; John 
Baker iled to, i. o.'j'J; PiUth Gouch 
to stand before tlie congrcLration in, 

1. 3tit); tiie people of. ja-otcst against 
losing grants and privileges, i. 3G7; 
deputies for. i. 3,1)7; home of Ca:)t. 
Walter Norton. 2. oO: fairs to be 
held at. 2. '/.hi; charteretl. 8. 391; to 
be a metropolis. 9. 31:!. 313;( ; created 
a borou'^di. 9. 313;;; division of land 
at. 9. 374: mentioned, i. li'O; 2. ;;.'n:; 
4. 71: 8. 3;il: 9. 3'.t4, 307, 310, 314, 
314;;. 317, 31.<, .33G. 

Agamentieus river, visited by Levett, 

2. S'>: Inmnliry of 'j;rant to Cain- 
mock. 3. 12; meiitioiunl, g. 307, 334, 
'.]*')■'>. 

Agassiz, Prof. Louis J. R., 6. 347. 
Agawam. 9. 3(1'"). 
Age of adventure. 9. 10. 
of reason, 4. '■)'}-. 3)1. 
Aggamougin. Indian nimc of Strait of 

Deer l-!e. 4. 104. 
Agguncia. the supposed Norumbega, 

7. 99»; 8. 3:]1. 
Agnes, 'rhe. employed at Richmond's 

Island. I. .")*■): 6. 13>>. 
Agrarian law in Maine, i. 143. 
Agry, David. 7. 2S4. 
' John. 7. 2S4. 
! Thoma.s. 7. 284. 

Ahaz, 4. 11. 
I Aliiamiliewintuhangun, 6. 20."). 

Ah-me-lali-cog-netur-cook, name of 
I the country around the Pejepscot 
] river, 3. 319- 
Aiken. Lucy, licr Memoirs of tiie 
(jourt of diaries I, citi-d, 2. '', la^ n- 
Ainsworth, tlie Kev. Laban, 5. Iv. 
Aisaiiloo, 4. 147- 
Alabama. 8. s j. 3G1. 
Alarm siu'nils used during the In li.iu 

wars, 8. 27G, ii7»'/i. 
Albany, i)risoncrs taken by Indians .at, 
4. l-JG: ])rice of l^-aver liigh at. 4. 
17-5, 17'.'; mentioned. 3. 2'J.3;4. 13o. 
131, l.J4, 271, 2S2; 5. lxxi,2/i,4A's i:;4, 
201, 2.j7, 2.'0S. 2G.J, 27G; 6. 2.;>; 7. 
132/1, l.:3/r, 8. 139; 9. 30, 31, IS3. 



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MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIF.TV. 



Albany iin]ti'r-J. cito.l. 5. -247. •2G0. 
tiie,"oo:n!n.in'lcil "i»y Mowat, 7. 12.'^»; 

olT Fiilmuutli, 7. i-':;. 
rivHT, 4. '••7- 
AUkt. I,<M)nn-il. si^nod i>otitiou to 

M;iss;irliii-;cri.>, 5. -Ml. 
Albonmrk', ihc i)uko of. his present 
io Lady riiipps. 8. 2.'.",: 9. 1--; iii- 
toro-steil ill .Sir William I'iiini's' 
treasuio luuitiiiir, 9. 14; at Jamaica, 
9. -Jl. 
All.crt, Francis, 7. r,l. 
All-ion, 8. .'.'.'0. 

Ak-ock, .John, ck-crcd military ofllcor 
for York, i. '.'n.',: sii^ncd petition 
to ("romwfll, i.;)'.i4; 9. .'JSl; sued 
by Godfrt-y, g. ;jlCu'; amount of 
land grantL-d to. 9. :mS. 
Josepii, milit.iry iiUicer lor Kittery, 

1. :;7:i. 
Aloot. Job, 9. 3L 
Auuii;, 7. 44','. 

Akk>i:. Dr. Abiatlier. suspected of be- 
in.;- a tory, 2. l.'><i; 3. l^'.i, 1'jO, 
IWn; attacked by a mol>. 2. 14'.»; 
3. ]S;t-l'.i(,>. I'.d: fMrcfd I.) make 
confession, 2. 14',»-1.0O; a ]>atriot, 

2. lai); moved to .Saco. 3. p.-L 
John, in Xe\v York, 5. 'J.t; vessel 

.seize<I, 5. :.".': the same letuin.'d. 
5. oU; traded with the Freneii a.t 
Ca.stine. 7. 'Jii; meutii.'ncd, 5. l.'7- 
Peter O., 5. xxxiv. 
tlio IJov. 'J'imotiiv. I. lob. 

Al.ls, Mrs. . .i.';;l'4. 

Aldwuith family, one nf enterprise. 5. 
14','; eonu'/et-'d with the uv>r <i,^p 
toward Fngland's colonial great- 
ness, 5. b^:^. 
John, son of Thomas. 5. 150: death 

of, 5. 1.-.:;. 
Robert, em;>owered Shurt to i>ur- 
oha.se Moniu"j;aii. i. '.](): 2. ."/i,/; 5. 
171 : f-ent j»atent to.Siiurt. i. o'J-;J7; 
patent <;raiiied to. i. >0; 7. l:;5; 
9. ;i''7; reniLMubered fe'r his i)ubli(! 
sjiirit, 2. ')<<'i-'j\'r. his patent c^tn- 
tiictedwith tliat ot.bihn Drown. 2. 
87/(: a fri 'nd of llakluyt, 5. 17^', 
171; liis name given to a moun- 
tain. 5. 1.7:;: sent out Pring, 5. 177, 
iy.7; jiatcnt given in fuil. 5. '^'U- 
214: date of his birth an 1 death. 
2. .71f(; 5. 1.7:!-1.74, I'l'*;; (;ik-s El- 
bridge his lieir, 2. .71": 5. 1-74; 
mentioneil, i. :!:<; 5. I'.n;. pj7, i'l4. 
Thomas, mayor of Lrist'd. 5. l.7o; 
f<icnd of ii dvhiyt, 5. 17o-171: let- 
ter.s to Wakingiiam. 5. I'd), 1.71- 
l.'-L': death of. 5. 1.7i', 17;i; hi.s mon- 
ument. 5. 1.7:J. 

Alewives abun la'nt, 8. '2'J'.). 

Alexander of .Macedon, 6. 147, 14^. 

Alexander, Janice, taken prisoner at 
Fahnouth, i. ;jo:i: went Co IJuston, 
I. oOi:. 



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7. 1 


7:9. 


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lia'e 


I. . 


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Alexander — continued. 

family settle in Warren. 6. 21. 
Sir William, James I gave 

tt). I. ;)4 ; 4. I.':.'! : 6. :)'■)*'•: 

100; extent of grant, i. :ii 

4. "Ji'l : 7. "27; 9. Ml : an : 
with Capl. .loim Ma-ion. 
47-4>: I'aiiied FreU'ii >, 
Virginia, i. :; ': ere ited 1 
ling and \'isr..uT)t <>f •' 
C7/i; received gr.tnt ivux 
nioiitli Company, i. 7'.'. ■-- 
the territory a^siLrtied t'. 2. 4-: 
called to New Scoflani'.. 2. 4-: 
date of Ids Xova Scotia grant. 5. 
lii; 6. :;:;(); grant conlirnud. 5. i/r. 
liis ])atent violated by tie icing, 

5. i':il ; made only feeble aueinpt.s 
to coloni,:e, 9. b'o; reka,-ed part 
of the grant to the kinu. 9. b'l: 
liis roll of Ijai'onets slow in liiow- 
ing, 9. 1(1] ; sent ."-ir Davi.l J\irk xo 
r-a]>ture New France, 0. b'l-iii:;: 
liis plnirs disclost d to La 'j'-'ur. 9. 
li.t;i; interested Willi LaTo.iv.g. 1^;: 
enrolled La Tour a kniui t. 9. lo4: 
stirren lereil land to th.e kini/'s 
Commissioners. 9. Ill: sold Ids 
right to La Tour, 9. 111. .^^e 
Sterling. Karl of. 

Sir William jr., irovernor -"'f Port 
Poyal, 9. 102. 

Alexandria. 4. 20.7. 2'."'-': 7. 41-''-. 

Alford. James, siunod treatv of 171o. 
6. 'i.74; aut<jgraph of. 6. -J.'-i. 
John. proprietor at Peniiii'j: !. 5.-"»i?. 

Alfred, king of Fn.dand. 2. .7'.' 7. 

Alfred, the Kev. Nathan lJou_la-s a 
p.istor in. I. '.yjiV.t; mcnri-'ned, 4. 
411 ; 6. ;>in; 8. DOlw, :VJ], ■./.■~. 

Alfrie, 7.44;). 

Alger, Andrew, his dauirhter i-rirried 
Elia.s () dcman. i. l".>;i; 3. ^J:s.;- 
th-d at Scarborough, i. -Ji.",!. L'7i7i. 
81',); killed by the" Imlian^. i. 21:'.. 
•20.7», 3. 104, li>4(i. 10.": liis chil- 
dren. I. 21:1/;, 27i;/(. .'Jl'.': ids wido>v 
mirrieil S;imuel \Valker. i.-I-i,;; 
a <1 ing!iter married John P thncr. 
I. 27<j/(; 3. S2: siirned pt tiri m t > 
(Governor Pradstreet. 1. :.'~-:)-i : 
lived at Dunst an. 3.2t".-27: eivj'aucd 
in lisliing at .Stracton's I -' ml. 3. 
27: nio\-ed to .Saco. 3. i:7: }i.;!- 
chased land of In'Iitn->. 3. 27; 
deed to, given in full. 3. :^7-2^; 
site of his house. 3. i"~: hisnajue 
forged by Cleeves. 3. 40: ^ru •.:<lia:i 
of Giles Robert's ciiiMre-i. 3. 77; 
a daughter miriied .John \-ht";i. 
3. .sl': Ids iiou'^e un-;.e, t-~i.r.iv 
attacked by Imlians. 3. h'!: owned 
land (Ui the Nek. 3. ]■•■'■: nu :i- 
tioned. I. :'A[K :>l': 3. '■'. 74. 
Andre^v jr., son of Andr-.-w. i.2i:b:. 
ui'J; moved to Boston, i. ^illu] a 



INDEX TO COLLF.rTIi~»XS. 



Vt 



iiip.sfor iiiniiiu'r, i."214;,: livc(l at 
Falnnuitli. i. :)l'^: lii-; (.laiiirlitor 
in.uiii'l >[:iitlitMv C'uiliii-^. 3. lO'i; 
kU\v<\. I. LMh;: 3. In.j, l.T.: ohil- 

thcn ..f, I. L'M;(. 



I. 41;^.; 6. 222; o'.iiTiu niiknov.n. 1. 
427: inrnti.iiH'il. 4. 'JT: 6. 2! 2. 20L;: 
9. L'--. IJT.'!. 274. 27) '. l.'7>. 2'. o. 
\lliuii;iny. uit'.miii,' i<t. 4. !I.>. 
ii>."iii;l.iiiis. 4. 114: 9. i'4i'.. 



Arthur. 1)n>l!uM- of Aii4rc-.v. sottltVl ' AlK'nr.inl-. I 

:it I)iiiist:in, 3. 2i'>-27: ii'i;t!i:iso<1 ! All. 11. .\!n"lil. i. .■:'."). 
l.ni'l 111 t!u> liultMiis. 3. L'7: (l>-t'(l i l?et>i'.\. ilinl. I. ;):]:;. 



in full. 3. 27-2^: site of lii< iiou>e, j 
3. 2S; .Miluni; ;.■".! *•• iu; i>'iii-tiou of 1 
3I;iss.icluisi.-i:>. 3. 4i'i-47: :i .!.;iau>l- 1 
jurvuian, ■^. 4!i: vniu-.M.-ii f.-v the 1 
llohiM-ls rhil.ivon. 3. 77: kiUed. 3. ! 
104, HM,.. M.-.; iiis \vi,lo\v mnvi'il i 
to .MTi-i>leh*.:ul. 3. in."); li ul no j 
cliil'.!ri-i-. 3. lo."'; i-jciiriojuMl. 3. .j:',, 1 
'.4. \Ck i.")4. I 

Artlii:r, son (.u" Aii'lrow. st-tth'it in ! 
.Si-;irl>ororouL;-]i. i. 2l:;,i: kilii'tl l>y j 
Inilians. 1. 21:); lr.t<l no chihlivn. I 
3. 2l;;'i: ;:fknowl,_'>l^eil t!u- ijov- i 
fi nniviu of M:i-s:i.Mi',i<i":i>. i. '■'•->'>: 
a <-(nn:ni-;<ion'^'r. i. r.'7: %v "unikHU 
I.2''.'): incijtioiK'ik i.'.'l. 171. ^V-<:k . 
'•■['.•s. Arthur, moved ro M uhluhead, 

3. M.-.. I 

Eiiz.thjth. (hi.:iu]itei- of .\ n(lI■.■^v. i. ! 

vi;!: 3.^-: in.u'rieil J(/lni i'ahuev. , 

I. ■2V-j)i, 2.".()»: 3. s-j. I 

Ekiz ilic'th, da'.iL'htvr of .Tohn. ni:ir- 

iii-(l J.ihn Miilikon. i. i;l i; 3. ID-J, } 

2!>;. i 

r.st:i.e. owned hv John Miiiikun, 3. { 

IM.-,. 2!S. " j 

falls. 3. lo7. I 

laniily. 3. lol. I 

Jo:\na, ciaanhter of Andrew, i. 20'i, 1 

__3. 82; married first Klias (.^akmau. j 

I. 20'.>: 3. S2: second John Mills, 1 

I. 2iV.i. 21:;,;. ■ I 

John, son of Aridrew. i. 2l:k): 3. S2, 1 

]()."); married Mary Wilniot. 3. lo.'): i 

his ohildien, i.:.'14,/: 3. lo". ; >iteof ; 

liis house. 3. M': his daue.hter mar- \ 

ried John Milliicen. i. 214; 3. Iu5, : 

21S; mentioned. 3. l'S. | 

Matthew, son of Andrew. 3. lOr, ; 1 

moved to IJoston. 1. -JlA.i: ma.-ter ; 

inariner, i. 214, : arroinjKUiieil 1 

I'hipps to Canada. 3. lo.", ; died of I 

ship fever, 3. IQ.j-Ioii. j 

TJiomas, siuned petition. ]il72, to I 

Massachusetts, 5. lMI. ! 

Tristram, settled at Blue Point, 3. ' 

24. I 

Alp;ic- family, the, 6. 210. 21-, 220; 9. 1 

Al;^"it'r lio-e. tlie. 9. 11. 12, I'J. 

Al.t^o'.ikins. ■■'■'' Al^oiKiuin-. 1 

AI<^on(|i!ins. liie. tht- Ahsriki. a di:i- . 

loot (.f, I. 412;(a!Ie<l the < 'hijij/eway ; 

and Lenui-Lenapo, i.412: 4. ''7, had i 

a villa.ie near (,)ni-hcc, i. 4)1: as- ', 

listed by the Fitiirh in tlie v.ar ! 

Avitli the Iroipiois. 2. (JT: tlieirlaii- '. 

guagc the liiiest and jau^i ui/iver.sal, i 



IJo/.oun, i»urehase'.l property of ]lar- 

W"od. I. ■_'7'>. 
Charh s. 8. -'.'. 
David, 4. :.':]1. 

Ethvard. ree<.-ived land fron\ Iiis 
fatiier, i. 1.".7: sold parr of it lu 
Georue Branih dl. i. 127, i.'4 1 ; 
lived at Dover, i. 2 11. 
Elijah, d.ied. i. :;;;:'.. 
Col. Kth;in. I. 4>;». 
Franris. 4. S-U. 
Freileriek. 7. 415, 4:.<; 3. 30o. 
Mrs. Frederii-k. 7. 4o'), 
Hon. Tn (lerick. liwd in fiardinor, 
6.41: a memhei- of the Maine 
IIi>. ."^oc. 6. 4!: a Imiiitfil im ihe 
liar. 6. 4 1 : irieuU"n.'d. 6. ■)'>:>: 'I'iie 
Early Lawyers of Lincoln and 
Kennehee (''uunties. hy. 5. :'.'.i-.^l. 
lli-'i.e. l)i»reh;ised land of Ch.ev,--., i. 
li'O, 241: 5. LL': e.\lent of p;ir- 
chase, r. ]2i'i-lii7: beiiue.uheil tae 
same to his son F lw:i:ii. i. Ii'7, 
took possession of the iirauiliall 
farm. i. I"i4. 
I-,aae, i. 111*. 

John, eommissimieil justice of the 
peaie. 5. r.'.l, lo:.'; a sheri'.l'. 5. 7".; 
7. 1",'~>; 8. imn: siuned petitii.m of 
1072 to Mass.. 5. ■_'41: assaultet; l-y 
John Sellnian. 8. r.*4-l'.'.'- : m'-n- 
tioned, 4. 'S-jO: 5. o7. i'.4. ('.'>. s^. '.._|. 
Joshua, Mortality in Aui;usia. !>\.5. 

4;n-4:>:.. 
Mar-aret, died, i. 0;^.:). 
Ma.ry. 2. -j:','): her land claim at 

f^heepscot. 2. L':j4 : 4. 2;J1. 
Moses, 2. 12o. 
Thomas. 4. 2:11, oO:!. 
the Kev. Thomas, iirst ministrr of 
I'ittsfleld. 5. xlvi: nr'!vi-d L'izi- 
beth Lee. 5. xlvi: at 11 irva;d e.d- 
leire, 5. xl'.i: death of. 5. :<!vi. 
Wil'iiain, muried the daau'it.'r of 
.Stephen Titeoaih, 4. :)s: >andy 
Itiver .Setth-ment. liy. 4. l".'-|:». 
the lUiV. AViliiam. co.i.oraie mem- 
ber of the Main ■ Ili.-r. S... .. i. 11 : 
president of tlie saiU'-. i.4''v,,; 5. 
xlv:son of the Liv. Thoni:i>.5. .\i\ i ; 
birth of. 5. xlvi: n'r:"l latt-d liniu 
llar\ard c(dlr',fc. 5. vi\i: lin-ii-'d 
to ])reaeh, 5. x!\i: reu'iir of ILo- 
vard. 5. xhi: eiiL;a'.,iil in l:t>'r.ny 
pursuits. 5. xivii: s'aiion.il at 
P:!(sli(dd. 5. xhii: mar:iid .'■!. M. 
"Wlieelock. 5. xhii: )ire>id< i.t of 
Durtmouth colle;je, 5. xl viil ; {.'roi- 



10 



MAINE ni>Tonir.v7. sociinv 



Alk'ii. t!u' llcv. "William — conlimu'l. 
(iont of i;>>\v<U>in collcjo, 5. xlix- 
li; a>;sistoii Wi'listor auii Wcroi'S- 
tor in jucpntiiij: tlioii' ilii'tionai ios, 
5. xlix-1; vari(.>u> w.uks juib- 
li-;)u'il by, 5. 1: ni'Uf.l t'l North 
Hamilton. 5. 1-li: diilcri'iit edi- 
lions of lii- Ann'iiiMU lii>to;ii\il 
anil liio^xrapliiral diction irios 
j>uhli,--ln'(t. 5. xlvii-li; nu-nnniioil, 
4. D; 5. xvii. 11: 6. o.")S; liis luo- 
Ura]>;iical diction iry cit>.'d. 3. 
.■)21;5. C>'.u,: Iloosatuiumk cited, 5. 
xhii-xlviii, li;.lunius I'nm iskcd, 
cited, 5. li: .Mcin..ir of John ('od- 
ni in, cited, 5. !i ; .Mc;m»ir of Eloazei' 
Wlicidi'ck. cited, 5. 1; articles 
by vi;-..: liinulunn l.-\n I, 7. : ',.M -: M-.) ; 
now and then, 7. I't'.T-i'^T; Settle- 
mcnts on the Sandy lliver. 4. Ut'- 
4o; Statistics <<f Norridgewock, 7. 

Capt. . of Xew Vinevard, 4. 

:3iO. ;]:3:;. -'.i-J. 
Col. — . 6. 10;]. 

the Kev. , of Falmouth, 3. InO?;; 

7.-1. 

, preteniled to own land in -New 

Dartmouth. 5. liS-'J'J. 

Aileii^lown, 4. 2'.'S. 

Alk'i<,a'r. 6. r.-Jo. 

Ailerton. l^a.ac, visited Pemaqiild. 5. 
I'.tS-l'.ni: tirst ti> meet the Arhelia, 5. 
J'.'.t; a lencuade fri>m Plym.iuth, 5, 
L'l-ii: set up a company of traders, 
5. 20-1; 7. :]l: a-ent tor The Under- 
takers, 7. ;jit; nude voyaires to Eivj:- 
land, 7. ;jO; 8. 2i);]: induced to emjiloy 
Ashley, 7. oO; dishonest toward 
the rilicrims, 7. ol; joined in tride 
with Vines. 7. :j] ; obtained a grant 
on the Kennebec, 8. L'Uo; mentioned, 
3. il». 

Alliance, tlie, 7. 3:]o. 

Allin, Arnold, juryniin, i. S.']."). 

Alline, Ihizabetii. 1. .'JTS. 

AUiset. Jolin, deposition concerning 
Cleeves' in)ase. i. •>)/(. 

Allison, J;alph. received deed from 
Henry W.itts. 3. i.'2-2:;:. lived at iJlue 
I'oint. 3. n;;, 12ii: mcntiimed. 3. 10o;i. 

All .Saints" church. Maiden, 3. xvi. 

AUsion, Washington, 3. l'OJ, 2.J2, 5. 
xlvii; 7. -IDS. 

Allyen, see Allen. 

Almanac for Itidians. introduced by 
Vetroinile, 7. ;Jt4, ;;4ij. 

AlniouehiipKjis. thc.'7. 2")T. 

Alna, 4. 21 i ; 6.J.".'., ", : 9. i;;.k i;;.",, }:>,r,. 

Alnamltay I'll .V wickhiuan. 6. liu.j, MV. 

Alnwick, 6. 107. 

Alo^^ny. MaifjuisD", 7. ^^2. 

Alpine, the Clan, to i>e exterminated, 
C. G; sei- Met ii eudrs. 

Alsop, , killed at Falmouth, i.;j02. 

Alva, 2. 22'J. \ 



Ahvinat,.n. 4. 2:'!'."t. 

Amalingan<. the. settle nearXorridgo- 
wook. I. 42i>: an unconverted iieo- 
! ]de. 1. 4;''.<; addivs-ed by llale. i. 
I 4:W: their aii>wcr, I. 4:V.'-1 10; mes- 
j sage to from bale. i. 4 10; t!ie reply. 
! I. 440: visited by bfde. I. 440. 
: Amacongan livcr, land ne.ir deeded 
j to Munjoy, i. .";."i;;. 

Anririscog^iu, In li m name for Au- 
j dro.-^ooggin, 4. lob 
j Aiinsacontoog. 6. 2-")0. 

Am IS tiruanteg. the. 3. ;>.'7. 

Ambergris, found in ^I line. 5. "rso. 
I Ambro^~ccogga!l, same as Antlioscog- 
i gin. 4. •.).".. " 

Amalecites, the. 6. 2:";o. 

Amcmiuin. visited the colotdsN. 3. GOT. 

Am.'radeath. ,bdin. signed ]ietitiou to 
i Charles 11. i. Au-j. 
' Anu-rica, tiie eotst not settled before 
1 lOoO. I. -j't: K)iuii^ii re-id'-nt- in 

I Leydeu di'lermined to g-<) (o, i.:;:]; 

I the IJeieiuai or Flauilers of, i, 

! 4n:]: mati.;-ial for tlie early );i>tory 

<;>f delicii'ut. 2. T'v: l-]n_;lin<l hail 
' little interest in. 2. l-^'z-b-i.^ : place 

, lir>t visited by Weymouth. 2. 22''; 

I reasons for and means of renew- 

ing the- plantations in. 2. lu-lT: 
! Popham interested ot'iers in. 2. 

20: P'rench i)ower in desm.yed. 3. 
IT'J: geogrtiphical dis;-,.very in due 
to the lish.eries. 5. 11-Mi.",: lir^C 
i Fnglish possession in. 5. 14.'«; 

j ships sent to discover the north 

j part of. 5. lo2: c(donies in influ- 

I cnced l.iy Eurojjean i)>dit!es. 5. j.'l . 

I England was excited over tiie 

! marvelous di<<'o\erivs in. 5. :.4:'- 

oll: annual emigration t'_» finm I'l- 
I ster county. 6. 10; first statepaper 

j wiitten in. 7. oO-J: mentioned. 2. 

I 8, 13, l.j, 44. T'k V-U. i':;'.!. 257, --'"j^, 

261, 2i;2, 2fM. 274..i'-l: 3. :;-s. 172, 
I 2-]'), 2S7; 4. 10. 07. S"j. 240. 2.".7, 

\ ;Jo4. ;-)i;), oio: 5. 0. 7. b). oo, 70. 

j .'-d. 'J.J. 12.',. 12';, 147. 17.".. 177. -".i 

i iir.'^n. L's-_'/, : 6. b'jo. i:,7, :.'o.-;; 7. ,;i;. 

! J;;4, 211, 2)1', i':;4. 240, :;i;4. .^so, 

404, 400, 4.J2: 8. 114. 12.-). 1>4, 

242». 2(;4. .IJO, 40.]. 412. 44",: 9. 

10.-), 2.'«."), ;;:;4, ;j:l>, ;j}2. :;i(i. ;M7: 

.S40, :>"j(;. :]'>!, uoS, ;Ju7, 074. " .if:e 

North America. 

Painted to the Life, nee Gorges, 

Ferd.iirando. 
Pars <^narta, .fee I)e Bry, Theodore. 
American Academy of A)cs tind 
Sciences published llfdo"?. Dic- 
tiouarv, 4. 05, 1*7; mcnlioJied, 5. 
Ivi: ei.';j74. 
Advocate, the. 7. 2^4. 
Ali.'iajiac, ( ite<l, 6. .')Ol;i. 
Antiijuaiian .Socielv, puldicati'jns 
of cited, 3. 114;' 5. 112, 214; 6. 



INDF.X TO COLLECTIOXS. 



11 



212. 214, 214:,. 21.-,. 210; g. UOn, ; Amnsco^..,,, river. 6. 2:.0. 2.-.n: n nnmo 



12<.);J 

Bihlo Sooioty, 7. ;i<N. 

Jiio-rMi^hy. v.- IJolkiuiii, Jeremy. 

l>o;\r,l Ml Fi(rti_;ii Missions. 7. ;>7S. 

coin,i-o, 6. 1.^">-1.>T. 

COlvMiivs. I. 4S(;; declared iiidi'])en- 
dent. 6. ;).;.",. 

coiuiiieur. pri-uitivo in!i:u)ii;ints 
<i will liiuL: ;i\\ "iv. I. S. 

Historieiil Kecurd. eited. 9. i:>',>y,. 

loyalists to be settled in Xew Ire- 
land. 7. 2(U. 

mauu!ac;ures. U'asliinatou dressed 
in when imiiginaU'd. 4. :>4- re- 
marks on by,\\. G. Itobl.iiis, 4. 
40-01. ^ 

Marathon. 3. 244. 

P]iiloso)iiii,_vil .Society, publications 
of, cited. 6. 21 1, 214, I'll), 217, 222, 

Quarlerly rvc^Mstor. citeil, 5. 40-3. 

Seamen" .s Friend .Socit-ty, i. S:y2n. 
Ameris(N)i.^oin river. 3. ;)2-'i. 
Ames, Jk'iijamin. eoriiorate member 

of the Maine Hist. .s,.c.. i. 11, ]2; 

meiitioiifd. 4. 7: 6. .'v'l'j. 

JoliTi, 4. :j.i]. C.'j-J, o'.jij. 

Moses, 4. 27s. 

, of Sharon. 4. SCQ. 

A.mesbury, 4. 2iL',i. I'l'.;. 
Amjris,o_;-ia. In lian name of the 

AndrosciiLTLrin. 4. :•.'). 
Amherst. Ma-;s., 4. 2>;.4. 

X. ir., f.iinK-rly Xarraixanset To-nrn- 
ship Vo 2. 2. 144; iucon,orate<i. 



of tlie Anih(isco;;L;in, 4. [>:>. 
Aiiioskoau-. 2. 1 }.').' 
cajial lottirv, 8. li'.l. 
fall.-.. 6. -S.y,.' 
Amoius. Cliarloite d'. danirliter of 
J.oiiiv. 7. 71,,, 7<- nianicd Aiiselm 
<le .'^t. t'asiinc. 7. 7i .(, 7n. 
D". de ChoiifiMirs. 7. 7li,, 7s. 
Aiiqiliil ( iiurcii. 5. 7,i. 
Amsterdam, 6. ;;l'2. .■;:'.2. 
Amunition, law concernina". 5. '>'■''., 7>. 
Ana-15aptists in FJoston. 6. i'>.-j; f.uni'er 

name of Jiajiti^ts, 7. -^-j'-i. 
Ainnuoir. an Inilian saLi'amore. 4. 220. 
Ai!asa-ai!)tico(.ks. the. 4. '.Hi: 9. 212. 
Ancient charters, eitrd, 3. l;;i,,. 

Dominions of Maine, .set St-uall 

Knfns K. 
I'ema.iuid, An Historical Ib'\jen-. 
by J. Winnate Thornton, ^. i.j'.t- 
304. ^ 

ren,d)scot, by tlie Tlon. J. E. God- 

fi-cy. 7. 1-22. li):;-104. 
Selllcnient of Sheepscot. by tlie Rev. 
D.ivid Cnshman. 4. 2U7-22S. 
Anders, see Andrews. 
Anderson. A(htm. Ids nistorical and 
Clironc domical Deduction of Trade 
and Commerce, cited, 6. !>-:>/,. 
liiu'tholomew, 5. .j7. 
family, of Scotch oriein. 6. 14; set- 
tled in Stcrliim-, 6. l'u. 
Huuii J.. 9. 17.',. " 
Tliomas. 5. '>!. 
. of ridllij's' Gore. 4. :>7. 



2. 144; popuhuiou of, 2. 144: men- ; Audover. Mass., 2. 144. ]"';:, 



tioned. 2. 1;J1. i.vi. 
Gen. Jeffrey, sent M.ijor Ko,a'rs to 

ll.Ljht the Abiiakis. 4. 242. :j7-;!. 
Amiens, Sir Ferdiuardo Gor"-es at i. 
54.5. 

Amityon-i .nto)k. In lian name of 
Le«vistoa falls. 3. ;j22. ;J2.J, :j.J.j; 4. 
lo;5. ^ 

Am n irascoix^ia Indians, 3. ;].-,7; 6. 201. 

Am n •LTuarick: 1 I've. i. .j;,)s. :>[■.;,' 



3. 114, 22.-,; 4. L'l 
_lxii; 7. 2o.->. :j(2, 4ti7: 9. i::. 
X. II. . .^cotch-Irish settled in. 5. II; 

mentioned, 4. 27:1. 2^-7. i.",'7. :>0; 5. 

?>0; 8. 4S1,4>.-,. 4>';, 4i.t.j, OOS. C'V'^. 
Institution, 4. 2.ji!. 
records, 3. 114. 
Theoloirical Seminary, 7. 372; 8.4S1, 

4s.j, 4S0, 5US. 
Andre, Major Jnlm. S. ',9. 



Ainmm.-o-^r,n..\ni n .sco--in.landat, ' Andrew, Gov. John A..' 7! 274; 8. 450. 



cleared by In li uis. i. li:i; tr.ict at. 
purchased by Munjoy. i.' lL^». 2.07*; 
Imd trrintei to M try Miin',y; i.' 
2'y>; .Manioy"s house destroyt,-'!. i. 
2-)8 n f.v Cjn,'!n. i. 2-,S/i; dcnuition 
of, i.-2r,<n; m_'n:ion-d. I. l.j;;: an In- 
dian ninii for AnJroscoj:'aa, 4. U.J. 
104. o , t , , 

Am u »scc_-,Ma falls. 3. :]•];; tlie lar"- 
(:st ill r!ui riv.,-r, 3. :y^-i. ' 

river, 3, :i::.J, ;jOJ. 4.J4. j 

AmouascoL.'-L.'ins. t!ie, 5. 2-.3. I 

Amorisco-LMn, dcnvatiou and defi- 
nition of. 4. !>:» 



Au'hcv.-s. Amos, uf Scarboi ou-h, 3. 

207. 
Lieut. Amos, i. ',()]n. 
brothers, the, 4. ;jt;o. 
David, 4!;i00. ;J>7, 3S9. 
Dorcas, married Ebenezer Davcu- 

]jort, I. :]0.-,. ;JOS; birth of. i. ■.jK'''n: 

death of, i. ;>oO/(. 
Lieut. Elisha, consulted with Major 

Chun h, 1. 2'./0; a son of James 1. 

3o.j. 3r,»; lived at Xew Taxo. i. 

31'.*; in command at Sa^^'adahoc, 5. 

277. 
Ejdiruim. 3. 173, iso. 



Amorv.Jnnithan. married a daughter Andiew-s idand, f,,nn'-r nrme of 

of .lam;-ssul!ivan.6. 4>//. . Uan-s' island, i. 14o,k ori^m of 

Ai.io!,, lliumas (... Lile 01 James I name, i. 140/t: colonists Hod to. i. 

oullivim, cted, 6. 45/^ 220; mentioucri, i. 141^. 



12 



MAIXr. TIISTOIUCAL SOCIF-TY 



A:iilro%vs, .Tamos, livod ;it Kalinouth. ] 
I. (■•■.1, ll-J. l>i»*(. -1."). :M"), "'I'.); ; 
ri.'ct,'ivcil i:i-ant iioiii (kovos. i. i 
]1T: n'i-oivc<l a Ira'-t ot" land j 
from Mrs. Mai\v..rtli, i. ^ 1:2S; \ 
moved to IJosion, i. T-'S-l'-'S', i 
I'll. :".^'-"i. "d'.': (•oii-^tnti, d to the 1 
aureeiueut between '!'u<dcer and 
.lovdan. I. l:'.l: si^m-d ihe pe- 
tition to the (ienerai Cuu;. i. 1-44; ; 
own.'r of I'.anus" ishmd. i. lACut. i 
J-i-.i: Ids title I'onlirnud hy Dan- ; 
I'ortli. I. 14'.": eonveyeil land to '. 
Jolm Kouse. i. I'lO: nuirrieil Sarah ; 
Mil ton. I. 1.">T, :'.0o; liorn in Saeu, 1 
I. 'M'<: lived near t!ie Tresuni])- ! 
seot. T. '■)')'>. ^liJ"-: deatli of, I. '■)<''>. 
•.',\U: eiiiiih-en of, i. ;'.;i."i-;y:H;; men- I 
tioned, i. l'-'';: 5. •'■".. I't. I 



Waynionth, 3. 2^1; 5. r.2.": ae- 
connt of the settlements on, 3. 
;-U1-;;lM; prohaMy ascendu-d oy 
I'opham. 3. .'.11; tlio li.di;!:i name 
of. 3. :;•-':;.■.. ••;-'?•, 4. v:.. l"l: tlie 
name helon^ed to only a ]>:\i\ of 
the riser. 3. ■>-2 1 : 4. '.'•"), i"S; li.Muid- 
ary oi WdKUlon's ur:ii:t. 3. ;;:'•")- 
o_''i'i; the hanks (if ilouri-hed un'ier 
the house of 1'.; Uiiswh-l:. 4. '■-!; 
formerly tlie rejejisrot, 5. ;;:J:!; 
mentioned, i. r,o-_>, :<\:\: 2. .;•';(/: 3. 

.".'.'.•'; 4. Til. T'.t. I«i4. ll'i. :'.i'4, :'i>."i, 
;3:;<.';;!o: 5. -s;, ;;-t. :;::'-,: e. i:^, 
2111. 1'l-. :-'4.;. .-iu: 7. :;t;;. -'. .. L'>;;, 
2W, ;;u4; 8. 25, •J-Oii, :;i'i'>; 9. ~w, 
■21-2. 
vallev. 8. -iN. 



J;;ne. married led, err Oavis, i. ."•'.-), ; Androsco-'^in and Kenneheo railroad, 

;;r.;; mentioned. I. Ti'. 010. I 6. O'.': 8. :!Ci',i. ;) ,0. 

Jan.-. widow of Samuel, married Andros. Sir Kdmnnd. peoide of ^ralnc 



Arthur Maeworth, i. (!'■'. . 

Ja.ne. vvifo of John, guilty of sell- ! 

inu" h.v false wt i^ht, i. G70: her | 

punishment, i. '■'>'>'). ! 

the Ilev. Jedediaii. 6. nO. | 

Joane, adnioni-hed not to eJitertain ; 

Aim Dilli:;-. i. ;mT. | 

John, stu-ety tor his wife, i. ."''.TO. j 
Joiiathan, served! in the KeNolution. 

3. 20;^. I 

Joiruh:in, of Searlioronuh, bio- i 

grajijiieal notjee of. 3. -"'T. j 
Josliua, son of .la:nes. i. '■) h1. 

Josiah, son of JauiLS, i. .■;"(■,. I 
iJaiidi, si;4ned peti:iL>n of 1>JT2. 5. 

■J UK " i 

liel>eeca, married Jonathan Adams, ' 

I. o'l.'); mentioned, i. ]2<. | 

Samuel, died at Saeo, i. d9, "O'j: | 

■widow of, married Arthur Mao- ; 

^vorth, i. Gl'. 112, :]0'>: father of ; 

James. I. O'.t. oO'); ascertained the j 

latitude of the Merrimae river, i. ; 

Idl; mentioned, i. 117. --'oi'. j 

Samuel, endowed lirid-Clon acade- j 

mv. 8. IT;;. 

. Arehdracn. 3. bM. | 

Aiidries, Lucas, mazier <ii Tlie Elias, 

5. i:;r.. 
Androseo;r.i^in, meanin;^ of, 4. l\o. 

County, 4. 4"'>. 

dialect, 6. -JA-). 

falls. 3. :)2;], :;:;o. 

Ifi'Ii ms. at war with the "Hncrlis]), i. | 
2b"j: com:iiand;L'd l,y ii'ibinliood. i 
I. L'b">: last of t!ie "trib^- 2. liL'; \ 
iiirntioiiiMl, 2. 14T. 2'}')\ 3. .".^O, ; 
;^-T; 7. ;;u5. ; 

river, part of it called the Pejep- 
scot. I. 4U/i; 5. ;;:::}•. a boundary I 
of Way's ;:rant, i. 4n„. .^oa: t!,e ' 
Yorks p\irchased hmd oii. i. ."d-^; 
a roadway for tlie Indian^, i. '■'/■/>: ; 
£Ui>p02ed to have beeu visited by 1 



petition to for a eoniirmalion of 
tlieir tilles. I. IKk Ib'M. i'.'i.'/r, 
2TU.'/, -"dT: letter to En-^iuii Shar}i, 
I. ]'.•'.'/<; a friend of Jo'el;-. n. i. 
I'Xhi: sent a force to preserve the 
interests of the Duke of ib-rk. i. 
2-jU: ajipointed Jcudaii a jusiiee, 
I. 2:3*/(: John Palmer ins council- 
or. I. 2.')',;;i; before Ids ai rival udll 
rents ~sui>i>ortcd Fort l.oy;d. i. 
2T'tK: }ieople petitioii tiiu ijiiit- 
rent> Ije abated, i. i:T2: his :irrivab 
I. 2T4: 7. •">;!: iroverU')" oi New 
Enuland and Xe-.v York. i. -Tl: 5. 
2.",.'.. i;i;4. -Jtirj: 5. 112:7. •"'•'■ ■>^- '-■■^'■< 
8. I'.d; mode of -overiiai.-ur. 1. 
L'T4: tyntnny of. i. ■_'T4, i-^u-. ■_'-■'.; 
reiiiiired landholders to obtain 
new patents, i. 2T4 ; Q. 2-", •_(); 
Edward Tyni;- a councilor of. 1. 
2T4. i's2, rlltj; Da\is a coainilor, 
I. ■^>-2: favored Davis and Tyn-'. 
I. 2^1', 'J^-^; ordrred Liv.reuc e lO 
f^dve up property, i. ■-'•::/': his 
downfall a joy to 3Ia->:c hu-ett>. 
I. 2S2: his arbitrary iiower >ui.- 
)MU-ted by Davis ami T.\nu. i- -~'': 
in New York. i. 2j;'.i. i"."i-. 5. i'K 
;:ui; 7. ].">(); released li'dd'u pri.s- 
oners. i. 2li(J; i>sued a prot lama- 
tiou to rai:>e a force to march to 
Pemaijuidi, i. 2'.'ii: 3. 111:5. -j'-'l: 
a fruitie-s expedition, 1. S."': his 
autiioriiy suljverterl, i. L-'.d : his 
report on the di>tribution of 
forces. I. 201: seized and miit to 
Enuland. i. 2'.iT: 3. i;'.'): 5- -'■'■'■ 7- 
].■/.•: 8. I'.d, 1'.'-'..: 0. -'d d,-.: of 
lii.- <h-alli, I. •-"■■Tw; surscy mad..- 
for. I. •')!'>: p<'tition of .'.buy Web- 
b(jr to, I. :;iT: Je.-uii> L'u.ud 
aLraia-^t liis iiidueii'H'. i. 4-]4: 
autoj^raph. I. ::T-T; -rnt help to 
Peuiu.iuid, 3. 114: 5. :::•-!; pluu- 



INDEX TO COLLECTIOXS 



13 



dcvrd tlioh'iusc iif Ca-^tino. 3. ].'"'.4; 
5. 2(iS, •2C,Sir. 5. •■)i>4. :;',»■">; 6. Ill*, 
l'.»l ; 7. 54, o.")(i; luiilt a tort at 
Pojcji'^cot, 3. ;Vjo,,: atteir.ptt'd to 
cstalilish tlii> uoviTimu'iu of the 
Duke of York. 5. :'.. l'"i'): on the 
morlc of obtainir.u In-lian lands, 
«;. l('.S-]()',t; (•uiuiiu<>i<'Hi(l lTov- 



eiiior of Maine, 
efiiciont, 5. ■_'■'>•"): 
2.">-">. L'">;t, 2tl'>. iJtV 
27"), l.*7.")j!, 270», 



.'.'.( I. 1'.')."); in- 
*liav.i(ti-r. 5. 
;'. •-'••'.'-!. -274, 
; 7. li'U: de- 



sired fn.ijitivos from Maiiu' to <:xo 
to New York. 5. 2"'"i; iti)i)ost'd liy 
:!iJafs;;fhusi'tts. 5. 2."j:">-2"ii'>; hibored 
tocriniiiiatoMas.saelinM'rts. 5.2.")7- 
S-'.S. 200, 2G>^, 2C.il: -winked at the 
begiiininLT '^f Kiiii;" IMiillip's war, 
5. 2."iS, 2t;S; a Mnneliau^en. 5. 25'.t; 
tried to create a tishiuLr mouopoly, 
5. 2.")U; sent coUniists to I'eina- 
qnid. 5. 2tU; onhirLied tlio c >unty 
of Cornwall, 5. 2(;c,; visited Pema- 
qiiid, 5. 2(;7: (juarreled with Di>n- 
gan, 5. 207: i)rovoked a war by 
plundering: Castine"-' hmise. 5. 20^, 
2US/( ; 7. ;")•;. .")(',(; villainy ar Pem- 
aquid. 5. 2i"iS; a friend to the In- | 
(lian^. a traitor to the En'^lish. 5. j 
2t;ji-2C>'J. 2G'a/i; ordered the peoi'le j 
of Maine not to fortify their I 
houses, 5. 200; jdaeed papist j 
officers over Encrli<h .soldiers. 5. | 
200; his treai liery ill concealed. 5. 1 
271; Ijasteneil Ijack to p,.isron. 5. [ 
271; a liar. 5. 274, L'7"i. l-7"i.'. oOo; | 
deposition of. 5. -~'>: impurt of I 
his letter of 10,^^, 5. -'7:^-274, ; 
274h; left. ]jublic au'aiis in an ; 
alarminc: conditiim. 5. 27')-i'70; | 
played the tyrant in "S"irLi,inia, 5. j 
27-'J/(; jn-oltably built a sloop at | 
Pemaqnid. 5. L'70; a secret friend j 
of The French, 5. 278; did not 1 
build fort<. 5. MO;]; sent people to j 
IJoston. 5. :;o.j; arrested Ca}it. ; 
Floyil for askinij for ]uovisions for ' 
the jrarrison, 5. .".i." -:>.••;; weak- 
ened the frrmtieis by drawing]: oif 
the <:arrisons, 5. ;3'.";: did not i>ay j 
the peojde for their services. 5. ! 
800; lunnber of forces he brouLTht | 
to America. 5. :jOO-;;'.i7: he alone | 
can tell what became of the j 
forces. 5. 307; asked .St.' Castine | 
to render alle;f:ian<-(> to the Eni;- | 
lish. 6. 112: hated in Xew En*,^- ] 
land, 7. 5:i-54; jiaid a visit to | 
ilaine, 7. 54: sent a notice of his | 
condn^ to .St. Castine. 7. .j4: con- ! 
diti'-ns he ^'ave for returnint: St. ' 
Castine"s juoperty. 7. "j.j; held a 1 
ciinference with Indians at Penia- | 
quid. 7. 55, 55;(; disaster the re- 1 
suit of his visit. 7. 5';. 50/<: Math- i 
cr's opinion of. 7. 50: enmity to 
increased, 7. JG/!, 57^; made a ' 



iroi>d ;^overnor of Xinv Y<)ik. 7. 
15",): his failur a master of <Hie- 
nionies. 7. 15',i; attached to loy- 
alty, 7. li">0; in Vir.Liinia. 7. I''.": 
over zealous but not bad. 7. 1''.0; 
onLraiTed in foundim,^ a ci'll,'_;e, 7. 
Kio; mentioiuMi. i. 'J'ui: 2. i'.".,, ; 3. 
s-„: 5. -■'. ■■■'. ■■-. TO, s-..''\ ]<>:.. 
127. l:n. 2'-:;. -;'5; 6. is;-/. ; 7. :.>, 
(IS; 8. 1^7. I'.o; 9. :.'!. 2:;/:. ."''■.,: his 
rei»i>it of the expeii'tii>n ro Pev.a- 
qnid. cited. 5. -JO'-hi; answer of th-? 
a^rents of Massachusetts to his 
complaints, 5. :]s'J-.j'jO. 
Lady Marie, g. 50/i. 
a spelling of Andrews, i. MO. 
Tracts, the. cited. 7. 55/;. 57. (, 75;;^ 
;]oS;/. :]10/(: 8. '[>'.hi. IOIh. 
Androus. Andro^s, .m( Andros. 
Ancda. 7. 250. 
Anu'el. a coin. 6. 1 10. 
An.-el Gabriel. The. loaded f.u- Pema- 
qnid. 5. -l(i; visited by Gi«r£re>. 5. 
210; welcomed by Shurt, 5. 'IM: 
wrecked, 5. 217. 218; pictured on 
the seal of Pemaquid, 5. 218; one 
of Frobisher"s shii'S, 5. 218//; de- 
scribeil, 5. 218;<. 210;). 
Anu'ell, John, in the expedition of 

Prinji. 5. 15:]. 
AnLi"er, Sampson, sis^ned petition to 
Oliver Cromwell, i. C04 : siLined 
petition to Charles II. i. 4o2. 
Auuhemak-ti-koos. Indian name of 

A.uamenticus, i. 47/i. 
An.trlican church in Boston, 6. 2s5. 
Au'^lo-American settlements a coun- 
terpoise to the French, i. 4o4. 
Anglo-Saxon love of extendi U'^ terri- 
tory. 9. 240. 
Anmessukkantti, 6. 213; deiinition of, 

6. 218. 

Ann. a servant of Pdcliard Bonighton, 

1. S4. 
Annabasook pond, 4. 104, 11.3. 114; 

7. 205)!. 

Annah, Ilanna, Mr. , i. 515?!. 

Ann Us of America. .*^e Holmes. Abicl. 
of Bakerstiiwn, Poland and Minot, 

2. lll-loo. 
of Portsmouth, see Adams, Nathan- 
iel, 
of .Salem, sre Felt, Josejdi B. 
of Warren, see Eaton, Cyrus. 
Annals. Rerum Aug., i<ee Camd-nj, 

William. 
Annan, the Rev. Robert, 6. 12-1.3. 31. 
Annap^'lis, formerly Port R'.yal. i. I'O; 
8. 27: settled, I. 20; Edward Tyng 
commissioned governor of. i. Mii',; 
Poutrincourtat.5.17s: lud.ian-aud 
French ]>reivared to attai'k. 7. 02; 
8. 125: Freneh tro(;p> s.nt to .ap- 
ture. 8. 125. I'-lO: mentioned. 4. 155; 
7. :^.50: 8. li.'5. ]->;, i_'s. i:;i. 132, 
1-lU, 147, 245)), 270; 9. 20. 



14 



MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 



Aln^l>'li^= — coiitiiincd. ' 

l.iMii, 8. r2<. IJO; 9. lOS. I 

lit.y.il, siirriiKltToil to llie F.iv.:lii«li. 
7. S.]; nietitioiu'ii, 3. :.' 1 4, :',',iT, ■!<••_', 
403; 8. i;50. i:)!. lo."). loT, i;'.S, 10'.', 
in, 2-JO, ;3nl. 
vall'v, 8. IL".', i:;0. 
Aniic I'f Aiisliia, 6. il"". 

QiuTti. 5'. 4, S, '.': 6. SjO, 231, 257; 

7. m;;. 2.;:;: g. 111. 
Rtnet. 1. 124; 6. i:',o. 
A use d s Mcn-s, i. 522. 
An.s..n. 4. :;4-!,(. :!tM. --'-Vl. SOS. .SOO. 
AiiswiT i)t tlio a^cnt of Massaclui- 
soits U> tlic coniplaiuts of Aiulros, 
5. :]^\)-:\W. 
Antli.-rs. Ji'lin, .^iu'iH'il the petition of 

lo;2 to Massacluisetts, 5. --MD. 
Antlioloj^^y .s.)i.'iety. the, 5. Ixii; 7. 414. 
Anthciiio, ("apt., 5. Gl. 
An'i<-o>ti. ishiii'l of, one of Pliipps' 
shij's wreekeil at. g. o2; siillerings 
of tlie men at, 9. •■;2. ;52;i. 
Antiuua, I. 'JWn: 7. 21.'3. 
Antjini, oimuty ot, 5. 5, 0, 03, 34, 157 ; 
. 7. 3(;7. 

presbytery of, 6. 27. 
A'lts. a shiiwer of, 3. 02. 
Anville, X. de h\ riocliefoucauld. Due 
d', in oomniand oi tlie French tiect, 
8. 125; hi> onlers. 8. 125; tieet dis- 
ahleil. 8. 125; dii-.l. 8. 125. 
Ap^.nana\v;ipe.ske river. 5. 15f,;7. 
Ap liuirhc'S, the original of lIiiLches, 

6. 7. 
A)>i>(aiiin. 2. 02. 
Ap"n(i,^ river, 5. 15tui. 
A]>pl(s, scarce. 4. 3>>; picked in 1S73 

from trees of 10^7, 7. 53. 
Aiiphton. 9. SI. 
iJanicl, 4. 373. 

tlie Hev. Je.-^se, president of Bow- 
doin co]le;,'e, 5. xlix. 177; death 
of, 5. xlix; mentioned, 4. 25S; 7. 
372; 8. ]MJ. 
John. 4. .'if.d, ;,7;:;. 
Nathan D., 8. 3'.i7, 474. 
the Kev. — . 4. 14:;. 
Major Sainufl, 2. l;J;j, 1.34, 141. 

Col. , 7. 70. 

Dr. , 4. 373. 

Api);>\vick river, 5. 15Gn. 157)i. 
Ap Kice, the ori'j,iiial of Price, 6. 7. 
Apsl(_-y, Sir Alleu, 3. 2.'^5. 
Aptluiip, Chark-s, 8. 214h,222; an ex- 
ecutor of tlie will of Col. Nohle, 8. 
15i,>; u prominent man, 8. 151. 
John T., 7. 27s, 410. 

Mi-s . marned Charles Vaughan, 

7. 27s. 
Aqii:iviL:c, Winter's dealin^rs in. i. 71; 

former name of brandy, i. 71;;. 
A'piamtnticus, .s-re Agameuticus. 
Aqiu-i!ahl.in. 6. 1>5. 
Aquin.is, Thomas, 7. 440. 
Aijiio'ldic, Indian original of Acadia, 
4. i'Jl. 



Arabian scholars taken l>y Columbus 

on his Voyages. 2. \Ui, ~<'ut. 
Aramasoga, an Indian chief. 5. 15tjji. 
Arambcag. same as Non;mbcga, 2. 

10(( u. 
Arambcck, Arampec. su]i]>oscd to be 

Ni<ruudH\ga, 7. '.Km: 8. ;13!. 
Aransoak. Indian name of the Kenne- 
bec rivt-r, 4. 10;'.. 
Arbclh). The, at Cape Ai\n. 5. T.'V. 
Arcadia, >>ee Acadia. 
Archa'ologia Cantiana, 9. 2'.'S,). 
Arclueolouia .Vmericana, citc<l, 6. 215; 

9. 324h. ■''■'>-ii. 
Archanucl. The, eommainled by AVay- 
mouth. 5. 311; 6. •:04. 31ii; >et out 
for America. 5. .311; anchored olY 
Monhegan, 5. 311, 313; mentioned, 
7. 2t').3, 2'.'3. 
Aiclulule. .bilin. agent for Gorires. i. 
173; arrived in ];<»ton. i. IT:;; 
governor of Xorth Carolin'.. i. 173;i; 
a relative of Gorges, i. l":'./*; in the 
rroviiiee of Maine, i. 17">; granted 
conimi>^ions, i. 17."; no notice taken 
of his government, i. 1S4. 
Archer, Cajit. Samuel, g. 1^7. 
Arctic ocean, the, 5. 3u'J. 

straits. 5. 145. 
Ardennes. 9. 0'.'. 

Arexis, 3. :;so. 412. 413, 410, 422, 420; 
liis mark, 3. 420. 
1 jr., 3. 3<'>, 413. 

Argal, Capt. Samuel, destroyed the 
j French settlenunis. i. l'T. 431; 5. 
17S, 170; 7. 31'.t: 8. 3-T":'.2^: at 
I Mount Desert, i. 43; 7. 2s. 310; 
■ carried the peojde as captives to 
France and Jamestov n. i. 4;;i; 5. 
170; 7. 28; 8. 32'.': committed rava- 
ges at Port Koyal. i. 431; 8. ;.;20; 
MTecked at Penobscot. 5. 17S: heard 
of the French on the eo;»>t, 5. 17^; 
8. 32(«; had connn;uid of three ves- 
sels, 5. 170; set u]) a cro>s at St. 
Saviour, 5. 17'.'; 7. 2>; interview 
witli La Saussaye, 7. 2s; treachery 
toward La Sau>saye, 8. 3:.:'.'; carried 
Biard to A'ir-inin. 7. 2>: in the har- 
boi' of I'emaquid. 7. 31'.': a rihitive 
of Sir Thomas Snuth, 8. 3J<); came 
to America to tish. 8. ;)20): an illicit 
business, 8. 320; becann; inliuential 
by bribery, 8. 3i'0; ordered to exi)el 
the Freiiih, 8. 320; gave his men 
liberty to I'illage, 8. 3-_''J; maile a 
second exi)edition to the north, 8. 
320-3;;u; mentioned, 9. 302. 
Argos, 6. 147. 
Argyle, 8. 4.54. 

tiie Duke of, 6. G 
Arians, the, 6. .30. 
Arichat, Bishiq) of. 6. 224. 
Aristarchus, 7. 343. 
Arizona, 7. 4'.»1 ; 9. 249. 
Armada, The, 7. -'■*'>■ 
Armagh, the Archbi^hop of, 6. 10. 



INDEX TO COLLECTIONS. 



15 



Armoniniiisni, 5. liii. 
.\iiiifiuari> ill IJ.itli, 2. 223. 
Aiiniiiius, 5. I'-l. 

Ai iiioixT oinj)li)Vt.'(l to rejiair the In- 
dian's >:uns. 8. 21 1</. .•<f'r (;uu.-,mitli. 
Aniuiui'hiiiuiiis, rlio. 1. 42''i; 7. '-'.O't. 
Anns of Edward Utidfivy, 9. l"j7, ;Joo. 
Aiuisfronu' family. 6. 11. 
Al■lll^.tron^^ .Tanies, 6. 12. 

Jolm, >ettk-d in Faliumitli. 6. 12: 
liis daimiitel- nianiL-d KohLTt 
Means, 6. 12; cliildiin ui. 6. IJ. 
Lawicncc, 3. :]>(). 410, 412, 41'J. 
tiio JKm. S. T.. 3. o(i4. 
TlL.nias, 6. 12. 
Arn(dd. Iknedict. Lctteis on his Expe- 
dition to Canada, i. 44T-4'Js; 
dosignated to It-ad tlie tinops to 
ca])ture Quebec, i. 447, 4',»4, JDii, 
600; 3r(intre.>or's journal .sug- 
gested the expedilion, i. 447; 8. 
273; his pa])ers eonliseated, i. 
447-44S; on the way to Quebec, i. 

400, 470, 47s : to co-ojiei-are with 
Schuyler, i. 4t)'.i, 4'.'0; hazardous 
march to the Kennebec, i. 470; 
sent messenger to Quebec, i. 470, 
511 ; <lesired advice from .Schuyler, 
1. 470-471; hojied to reach the 
Cliaiuliere, i. 471, 47'3; cause of 
his delay in mandung, i. 471-472, 
474-47."), 4S0. 4sl : wanted oxen, 
I. 472, 473; at Dead river, 1.473, 
4V'>; at ihe Great Carryinii' place, 
I. 47.j; rejiorts from iSchuyler, i. 
470; orders to ollicei's, i. 477, 47"^; 
desired news from Canada, i. 470, 
403; hojied to meet .Schuyler, i. 
480; unfavorable reports did not 
cliange his determination, i. 4>1, 

401, 4'J4; news from Montgomery, 
I. 4Sl', 4S3; awaited the arrival oi 
ilontgomery, i. 4s3, 4>.>, 407; 
received reii»>rt of the cajiture of 
St. Johns and Montieal. i. 4S4, 
4S."J, .!)10; letter from .Sorrell, i. 
484; crossed the St. Lawrence, i. 
484, 4S7, 400; informed of an in- 
tended attack, I. 4-:;4, 4S-: liag of 
truce attacked, i. 48i;, .j]s-,j1'j; 
accused the Ilritish of inlmmani- 
ty, I. 4s0; demanded the surren- 
der of Quebec, i. 480, 487; ex- 
amined the condition of his army, 
I. 487-488, 400,403, 404, .j13, .j14; 
short of cash. i. 4>0, 4'.il: reason 
for not attacking (Quebec, i. 400; 
sent to Montreal for clothing, i. 
400— 402; still conlident, i. 4<.)1 
404; liatteaux intercei^ted, i. 402; 
sent dis[)atches to Montg<.mery, i. 
403, 517; a general want in 'the 
army, i, 404; cattle ordered to, 
I. 405, 515; his a(;count of the 
route, I. 404-400; dale of leaving 
Cambridge, 1.404, 5ol-50ii; ammu- 



nition ordereil. i. 400; prepared 
to attack Quebec, i. 408, 510; 
joined by Montgomery, i. 408, 
510; ollicers wlio were in his ex- 
! pedition, i. 500-5ol ; sent (Uii an 

I ex]doriug ]iarty, i. 5o:;; X;itanis 

j to be killed or captured, i. 5i)0; 

I Dame of his piUu. i. 5n7/i. 5l5; 

joined by Meigs, i. 510: army en 
tered Caiiada, i. 51;;; ba.tteaux to 
cross the river, i. 51.;; his army 
star\ing. i. 514. 514yi: his a])- 
lu'oach known to the liriti>h. i, 
510: his folly del'eatetl the expe- 
dition. I. 51(i-.".l>: landed at 
Point Levi, i. 51S: jdan of attack, 
I. 5j;0-521: attack at St. ilocli, i. 
523; wounded, i. '>-'■): hi> lejiort 
of the battle, i. 5l'5; j>risoners 
attempted to let him into the city, 
I. 525-520: at Ftut Halifax. 8. 277, 
278; his character, i. 510: death 
of, I. 5:.'0; mentioned, 4. 78; 5. 
xix; 7. 2."iO: 8. 50. 
Benjamin. 4. 3li', 313, 300, 307. 
Bildad. vi.-ited by T)r. Cotliu. 4. 355; 
married widow of Jordan, 4. u55. 
John. 7. 1:84. 
AruoUrs river, i. 404; Col. Montrcsor 
at, I. 404. 
road. 4. 312. 
Arnold, The, 9. 170, 178. 179. 
Aroostook county, 8. 317. 

river, 4. 103: 8. 21, 20, 43, CO, 70, 

75, 77, 78. .•S4. 
vallev, g. 171. 

war, 8. 73, 75, 77-78, 81-S2, 87, 458, 
4.V.». 
Arragon, 6. 120)!. 
Arransoak falls, i. 459. 

river, name of the upper jiart of the 
Kennebec, i. 450; mentioned, i. 
457, 458, 450, 400, 401, 402. 
Arresaguntoocook, 4. 157. 

Indians, 3. 3sO, 3'^7, 300, 401, 404, 

407, 411-415, 420, 427, 433, 438, 

445,440; 4. 155, 10;i, 104; 8. 2-'0, 

see Assagunticooks. 

Arrockaumecook river, derivation of 

the name, 3. 3:.'3;i. 
Arroseag, 4. 103. 

Arrowheads, jdace for finding them, i. 
504; tijiped with the tails of the 
iKjrseshoe, 3. 90; as a token of war, 
8. 270. 
Arrowscag, see Arrowsic. 
Arrowsic, now (Georgetown, i. 224; 
fort at captured, i. 2'_'4; 2. lOif; 
attacked by liulians, i. L'53: 2. 107, 
100; 4.73, 103,223; Sylvanus Davis in 
command at, i. 2.53; owneti by Clark 
and Lake, 2. 101; home of John 
liicdiards, 2. 102; town laid out, 2. 
102; number of families at, in 107", 
2. 103: John \Valt.., moved to, 2. -jol ; 
home of Samuel Denny, 2. 201 ; Sui- 



-iO 



MAINE IMSTOniCAL SOCIETY. 



A iT'nvsii'— contimicd. 

liv:i!» i.i:utii;i-ii l;t\v ;U. 2. 201 : 4. ."> : 
(.li^in I'l the titlf !<•. 2. -Jo.': (iutih 
<.!;iri;iti<I at, 2. L'""-: rii^I'vioriaus 
at, 2. -'■'"': . ]')'o:ii'hiiit: at. 2. -Jl'l ; 
v.'iinni^^i.ii! ^>i" .lolm ^^■^.-^t t.>. 5. !::•"<- 
1_'".': Ii-.ili.ui (.uutVit 11' i' lull! at. 7. 
.'-.■.. >4 : >t. <_'aNtiiu' at. 7. v"-l. ^•"■•. 
l.ii.k^ I'lt.uu'lit from. 8. eii^.c home 
,.t Syl«,;nus l)avi>. 0. ;'.4: iiu u- 
1i)niil. 2. 'J"7, •j-2; 3. ".uii/i. o">l, ;'.i'l. 
:r,;;. :'.^^. 411.--. 4(i'.i. 4U»: 5. ri('>: 6- 
I'.'.ii; 7. 1-L'. I.'::.; S. lu',>. 117, l-Jl, 
•_'.-.o, I'.M: 9. ]:;i'. 1;:;. 

An"|^v^l^• lii'liaiis. 3. :J>4. 
i-iv(r, 9. l-L'- 



the j\uis(]irtinii of Ma^sachn^ttts. 
3. :'.IT: iiu'iiticiuil. 2. r.'4, lit."!. 

.\shiu.'h'an .MS'*;. 3. 2v4. i>s."). 

Ashnuiii. the Ilev. .U-hudi. S. UVS, 177. 

A?<lii>o. Iiiilian teaeher. 4. •_'71. 

AshtolVU. — . 2. 17:;. 

Aslitoii hill. I. lol': 2. t'>i^<i. 

Ashtun. .Inhii. liv. il a; the Lamiiivj. 3. 
t^i': uianied tir<t Nu^ainiah I'ox- 
vill, 3. -III. >-: s','ciiiiil. Mary 
, Kilueeuinh, 3. ■_'■'>; tliiid. a ("uniuh- 
terof Aiulirw AlutT. 3. ^l'; moved 
to I'diie I'"iiit. 3. >•_' : tlu'ii t'liJriat 
island, and ciiid at MarVdeliLad. 3. 

iMaJor .Toseid:. i. ."iHl. r>2o 



Arr.>\vsn!it!i. Edimiivl. sveore alleizi- As]itoii-Philli]is. Sir FiTdinando Gov- 

anvv to Ihe l<u]:e of York. 5. 2;;7. 00s liorn at. i. ]' >j(. :!."4yi: his liome 

Ar.-enal tstaMi>lied at Ar,mista.9. 17i>. at. i. lo'.i. .■■)4:;. .■)4."); 2. 0(W/. L'.j7; now 

AiMel, . di->troyed SaliiU'U Fall> vil- in ruins. 2. i'lla. 

].:v.i\ I. '-■>'■ Aslnir>t. Sir Henry. 5. 2~i'.n, ii77/:; 9. 

Arti'dcsof ass'oiarion f^-r the settle- •_'('.. :]4. ."4. 

IK! 1 Tit of a to-vvn on the Slieepseot Aslr.vorth. , of London. 9. ■'"■•M. 

ri'\r. 5. 4'-^--")7. ' Asia, mentioned. 4. s.")-. 6. 147. --'_', J2Z. 

Ariili' ry (.arden, tlie Company of, 1. Asiatie eliolera. 6. '.0. 

Asquam. Jeremy. 4. ISU-l'.io 



Aruiidid. .losL'pIi Dcneoore sent to. 3. 
17u.(: ;.:rfat lire in. 4. 270: Frt-n -h 
j'.eutrals in. 6. ■')4"_': slaves in. 7. 
214; mentioned. 3. 225; 4. i:o_' ; 
7. 111. 
the Earl of, one of the riymontli 
eompany. i.:;:]: 2. ["■/: employed 
('a.pi. Waymoiuh. 2. 17: 5. "'11: 
(li^pu>e<i ot his interests l<_i I'Mp- 



Assaenmh'uit kifmiitcd. 3. '.I'.i; 9. 212; 
a l)hi'>dthirsty hvlian. 3. '.'.f-li'i'; 
numlier of jH-ojik' killed hy. 3. H"*: 
a boa>ti_r. g. iM2. 
Assacunift. an Indian sent hy Way- 
mouth. 2. -<'>: s'-nt with IIolixvu. 2. 
27: ,L:ivt_'n to (rorLrcs. 5. :;.'.;2. 
Assau,unticooks. joined 1)\ the 'sVavra- 
noi-ks. 6. -'-lA; loeatioii of, 6. -■'■'': 
haul and others. 5. .■;:]l-:>j2: nun- i bitter aL;ain>t the wjiites. 6. 2.;'i: 
tioneil, 2. :]:>. 4Ci. 77. T7«; 3. 2s7. ; joined the ."^t. Francis Indians. 6. 
2ss: 5. :];;s. ;j44. , "2;>'); mentioned. 6. S/j; 7. 1-0, .->.-: 

Ashury. I-'raneis. joint sui'erintend.ent , Arrtsa.iTiintieooks. 

of tlie Methodists, 7. i.'::7; ordained ; Assinee-Poetne Indians, 6. 27'K 
bishop, 7. T21. Associates, the, i. 10:J, HU, 174, 107. 

AM-iia.m. Itor^i-r, 9. ^,'-)2. I Assoquad. 3. ;!57. 

Asli, prevalent in Limerick, i. 327. J Astieou. eneouraLrid by the Jesuits, t. 
Ash:'.i,:alia!^a I'iver. 5. I-"/}. j 4:-!d;(; successor to'Bessabes, 7. 1"2: 

AvhbiHton. Lord. 8." .s7. ',q_ 100. j Ijiard urjred to visit. 8. 324; lueii- 

treaiy. 7. 4<;4. 4C,.-): 8. :;. •"). :j2. 102. ' tioned, 7. ',i7. 
Ashden. John. 3. llo: in the trarrison Astoria, 6. '.'t'<n. 

at Black point, i. 2:::7. j Astronomy i>artiallv known to t'.ie In- 

Ashhcld. . 5. Un. dian.s. 7! :;4:;. 

A--h!..ril, 2. 14.j. I Asylum tor iiidiuent boys, 9. tW. 

Asldey. Edward, forced upon the : Atewaneto. chief of the Abnakis. 6. 
I'il^rrims. 7. :]0; little trusted. 7. 241; speech of. 6. 241-242; assisted 

"i>; bis ability and character. 7. the mission;iries. 7. 100-101; men- 

-": in char;4;e of the altairs. 7. :;n: \ tioned. 6. 2os;„. 
^\ diet to keep him within bounds. ; Atlienieum hall. i. b")». 
7- ■■": well sn.pplied with ^'O'-ds. Athena-iim Society, the. 8. 40G. 
7- •''>: tfiit lar^e <iuantities of A.thenian culturt". 4. 77- 
b.-.iver to En,tj:hirid, 7. 30-:] 1 : im- Atlicns. Gree(c. 3. 200; 6. 14S; 8. 3:"5. 
p<'^"!!ed. 7. ;ji: married an In- Maine. 8. 102. 

<'■:".:. 7. 4-.;: established a tra''.in;,' of Amciica. the. 5. Ixii. 

).ow,i on the Georges river, 9. 7>. j Atherton. Major Humphrey, 7. l".;;,i- 
Hancis, 3. ;;;;o. j Atinrnta. .see Atewaneto. 

the l:ev. Jonathan. 4. 14.0. 202. 1 Atkins" bav. 3. 2^0; Popham's txpc- 

Ji,.ui:as, meetin'.: 01 landholders at i dition at.' 2. is'.i. 
hi:, house, 3. ;;i7; aekauwleu-ed , Atkiu:,. Thomas, 2. 100, 104. 



INDEX TO COLLr.CTIOX??. 



Atkiiisdii. r.obccoa. 2. 141. | 

'J'lu'!i;li'iv, signed troaty of 1717. 6. | 
•J>yi: autouraph of, 6. -jrc': iiu'ii- : 
tioiKil. 4. 14i."i. li"i;;. ltj-'>, liiii. 
Tiiumas, 4. •244. ."'.•7. 
tlii^ Ui'V. .i'>hn, tvaclu-r in Liniorick 
;u':;>]<iiiy. R. 17"> 
Atiai'.lir lV St. L;r.viviK'0 railroad. 7. 
-1^4: 8. ."'"'.I. 
MoiUlilv. oiti-d. 7. 4"i;i. 
oooaii, 1. -'<, 4'>4: 3. ;;t); 4. 10. 114; 
5. I8.3, L'<11)!. o".;. :W<'>n: 6. 17''. i'i>7, 
lilO, i'ln, :;,i.",. .',-7: 7. 21l'. l'77. i."-r.. 
SS'J, 400: 8. .••.-7. 17. 21-1.':;. -.',. ill), 
101, ?.20. 34',\ ;>.;.,> : 9. li".». 2l'.:). 
Attauiont, the Karl of. 7. 4Uo. 
Attcrhury. Fraiu;is. 7. 44S. 
Attloboro, 2. 14"); 4. I't'.S. ;;i7. 
AtWL-U, Bt'iiiariiiii. liis widow iiKirrii'd 
IJiehard Martin, i. 75. 1M,<. 121, 
207; reoeivi.'d a Lrrantlroni ( leoves 
and Tucker, 1. 114; si::.'ned tlie jieti- 
tion to the kin^. i. IsO; liwd at 
Falmouth, i. 21."); killed, i. 2l'.», 
2l'I; \\ife taken prisonei'. i. :.'2l. 
Benjamin 2d, a le.ijfatee of Kiehard 
Martin, i. 20^; a !>on of Mr.^. Mar- 
tin, I. 20S; uufavoraMe impres- 
sion of his oliar.ictt-r, i. 2<''^. 
John, }iurehascd land of Tdohard 

Bray, i. ol>^. 
Jo.sei)li, son of Benjamin, i. 20>; 
legatee of Biehard Martin, i. i'o7- 
20^^^. 
Mary, ^\ido^v of Benjamin, married 
Kiehard Martin, i. 7."j, 114/i. 207; 
her death, i. :;'.i7/(: mentioned, i. 
7(1, 121. 
AtAYeir.s creek, saw mill at, 2. ISl. 
Atwood, Samuel. 4. ;jG2. 
Auhc, 9. 90. 
Aubery, P., his Abnaki vocabulary, 

cited, 9. lii'iG,.. 
Aubrey, Jolin, his Lives of Eminent 

Men. cited, 2. -2'j'i n. 77a ;(. 
Auchmutey family, 6. '2-',. 
Aucocisco, detiniiion ami pronuncia- 
tion of, I. -W : a nametriven to the 
early tribes of Maine, i. ll--. 
bay, now Casco bay. i. oO, -'Jl. 
Aucon;^anunticook. Indian name of 

the Androscoiiirin. 4. '.••'). 
Auu^er, Auli^er, s^-^ Alger, 3. 27n. 
Au;,'sburg, 6. :ySj. 

Augusta, Governor Lincoln rlied at. i. 
410; the .'^ite of F<u-t Western, i. 
502; 2. 1."j2, 27'c', 1^-2: 4. -j'': 5. Ix, 
417; ^^arrison at. 2. J'.f.t: foinK-rly 
Cushnoc. 2. j:75; 4. Jo";; part of 
IJallowell, 2. 2-^"»: 7. '■>-J-'.J^: 
prie.^t at, 3. :j7-;: why the fort was 
built at, 3. •_'71: Jolm Jones died 
'A. 4. 4:;, 4-">; lir-l l)la•^ter••d rcjom 
in, 4. 422; iriortality from 1"'»2 to 
l>-"»j, 5. 4.y.]-4-j'j: James Bii'lge 
pi;ieti(.t.'d in, 6. -7,', 00; ."i'douion 

2 



Vose settled in, 6. ^y^■, inooii'n- 
rated undi-r the nanif of Harrinu- 
ton, 7. :]S4/i; trial of the iLir.rdev- 
crs of Paid Cliadwick in. 7. .'^7; 
banks in. 7. .■'O;'.-."','.' I : honu- -.n .b.u 
Lewis, 8. 121; (lie 1'1> mouth tii.!- 
ijiu'-house in. 8. 20:;: .-.1,1 if v:\\ ital. 
8. ;M."); arsenal esfalili-lied at. g. 
I70; jail burnt, g. ■.'2; ;iv'<- 
ti.tned, 2, ::>'.•; 3. :;<il: 4. in, ! ■. 
In, :^2. :>\, 107, :;oo„, :i7 l ;;7:'. ;m7. 
4o2, 40:3; 5. l.xiii. 17. •">"-'. *'>0. 0~. 
104, llCj, ;>J4, n."). 4!-. !10„. 4--!. 
422, 42:;; 6. ooS, ■■]:,'.>. ;;'ii). ;>;4. :;7::. 
o77, o7S,'o70: 7. lOn. l'o.'. 2-^4. 2-:;, 
340, o(!.3, 405, 411, 41."). 4.")-, 4.:.;t, 
400. 470; 8. oo, SI, s7. !;"<. 2.j2,(. 
281, 2s;. 2S7, :;.;s.' ;;:',;). :U(.i. o4I, 
o42. ;14.'), :JOS, :uv.i. ;;7ii. :;72, 30(1, 
47;;. 4sn; 9. 170; the history of, 
,s(e Xorth. 
bridue, 8. 339. 
dam. the, 8. 241, 377. 
AuLi'ustin. John, sec (iustin. .Jolin. 

Stauseen, 3. 3^0. 
Aumauiiheongen, Indian n;ime of Au- 

drosco'j:L;in, 4. ]04. 
Auountauresatmkee. 4. 124. 130, l.j,], 

137. 
Aurcon^anuntacook. Indian name tor 

Androscoggin, 3. 323/t. 
Aussaado. 4. I')'), 103. 
Austin. Charles. 4. 364. 
the Kev. David. 2. 225. 
James T., 5. li. 

John, married a daugliter of An- 
drew Alger. I. 214.i. 
Matthew, I. 373. 

Samuel, one of the Tiist ^tttlers of 
Wells, I. 302; liis wife as.-,auiicii. 
I. 372; signed the petition to 
Cromwell, i. .3'.i4. 

, of Farmin',.;ton. 4. '-'.''-l. 

, of llolmanton, 4. -i-io, 

a spelling of Asliton. 3. -^2. 
Austrian emjiirL-. 9. 245. 210. 
Ausummowett, 3. 411. 
Auteuil. 8. 11. 
Authority of John West f.} act ao 

de])uty-secretary, 5. llo-ill. 
Antmoin, an Indian proplu-t. r. 431. 
Autobiography of Robert Cd!:i!in. 6. 

03-103. 
Autograplis, of James Alf»;rd. 6. 2".-;: 
.Sir Edmund Andros. i. .170; Tiieo- 
dme Atkinson, 6. 202; I'honi.is Ban- 
ister. 6. 257; John Barirud. 6. S.'<: 
Bichard Bell, 6. 25S; M. Birrlitic-1;, 
6. 25S; Edward Blacketli, 6. _'5--: 
Fjaucis Ji(nland, 6. 201; PeU-r Bov.-- 
doin, I. 307; Anihony Bra ki.-tt. i. 
vv4. I'ci'cz Bradforil, 6. I'^.i'; Ct^.trure 
Biandiall, i. 3o7; M. ilii^'kncl-I. 6. 
258: Bobcrt <"arver. 5. ::'■■>: <;<-orj,- 
C'leoves. I. 125. \J<\. .■■. ! ) ; J . ui 
Cleeves, i, 125; William Co-r-jer. 6. 



MATXE TIISTOrvICAL SOCl KTY 



AwtOi:r;>p1is — ooiitinuofl. 

l.'.")'.': J^ylvaim^ Davis, i. 2^4;; : .Tfi'.iu 
Denis. in. 6. •-'."■■^. I't'.J: W. l)ii.ii. v. 6. 
2">;'.. -'"1: G. i'yor, 6. -Jill: Supluti 
l-:a>t\viv.U. 6. :;')'>: Tliomas Ell.ii.iiri.-, 

5. 'J'2o: .);i1k'/. Fitoh. 6. J-li;: lli'niy 
Fiynt. 6. I'-Vi; Cliarlcs Frost. 6. I'-'iV: 
'I'un.itliy (ionisli. 6. :.'•■)'): .lului Gill- 
man. 6. li')4; K'iwanl (Toiiircy. i. 
r>44: g. :'.i''». •■'■•'■■'i: >ii" Fcixlinando 
Gorges. 1. ■'>44: Thoinas Goru'i's. i. 
f)!".:'.l"hu Grav. 6. -jr.-j; F^t^s ]!:i!.h. 

6. _'.".;*: Joseph Hillor. 6. -.".4. roi': 
Joiai liolincs, i. :;JT: Koiitrt H>.\v- 
iuxi. I. 1-1; Goorire lluntinu'ton. 6. 
2'<'"': Gron^e .iL-iYroy. 6. 1' •")•'>; Jam us 
Ji'ftiey. 6." :.'-'.n; Jolin Jekyll. 6. •J•".-^; 
T Lomas Jenn.r, i. .")44; H. Jotulyn, 
1. ji"J?i; Kobert Jordan, i. 142. sy); 
Samuel Jordan. 6. litVJ: Jonathan 
Kinir, 6. 25.): Jolm Land>ton. C. 2"'S; 
Thomas Leohmere. 5. •_'.")4: Thomas 
Le;::ard, 6. 25V: John Loii^litun. 6. 
255; William I.ittlo. 6. 201: Jaii;rs 
Lloyd. 5. 254: Janies Lusm'To. 6. 
L'oii: Samuel S. Lynde, 6. 254; J. 
-March, 6. 25s ; Pt-ter Martin, 6. 
255: Kiehard Martin, i. l-'5: P. 
ZvIa^oarene, 6. 25-^: Samuel ?*Iavi:r- 
ick. 5. 2::o: J^dm Miuot, 6. 2''.2 : 
Siephen Min^t. 6. 255; Samuel 
Moody. 6. 254. •_'5tj: Gt-orue ^luujoy, 
I. J25". ]20: Gapt. ^ValLer >'eale. i. 
Go; 5. 214; Jolm Xewman. 6. 250: 
John Xewmarch. 6. 255: Jayies 
Parsons, 6. UO-': John PenhaUow. 6. 
250. 202; Spencer Phij.s. 6. ~'-i: 
Samuel ITaisted, 6. 250; Thomas 
Phiisted, 6. 25S: Jonathan Ptdlard. 
6. 255: Edmuntl Quincey, 6. 'Sj-j: J. 
I^edknap. 6. 25:J; Jonathan pLeniin^- 
Ti'ii, 6. 254; fMward Uishwortli, i. 
127; John lioLXers, 6. 25S; Nathan- 
iel Powers. 6. 255: Richard Saltou- 
stall, 6. 254; llabijah Savage. 6.257: 
Nichfjias Sever, 6. 25ti: Thomas 
Shepi>ard. 6. ■_'5i;: Henry Sumerby, 
6. 254; Charles Story. 6. u'l*: ; Pich- 
ard Tucker, i. 1:j7: lialph Turner. 
1. 125; Samuel Tuttle. 6. 250; George 
Vauglian, 6. 250; Kiehard Vines, i. 
544; Kiehard Waldr.-n, 6. 250; Sliad. 
Walton, 6. 25;J: Henry Watts, i. 15'J; 
Benning Wentworth, 6. 25s: Jolm 
West, I. :i7'"i; John White. 6. 257: 
J. Wiberir, 6. l'55; J. P. Widuer. 6. 
i?54, 2'57: Jo>iah Willard. 6. -r.i: 
Joshua Win-h.-.v. g. -OJ : J.-hti Win- 
ter. 1,57, l-:5; 5. L'L'4: Jerenn.ih Wi^e, 
6. 250; John i'eo, 5. 255; .sec <.dso 
Marks and SiLTnums. 

Auyaumniowetr, 3. 412,414, 415.421, 

420, 427. 44 1 . 
Avery, John. 3. :]50, IJOO. 

-, 8. 14s. 



Avon river, the, 2. Ma. 
Award in case of Cleeves i\>.\ ^\'in{e^, 
I. 74. 

.Vweuemwet. 3. ;)57. 

Awohaway. 6. 20)1. 

Axstane. the hundred of. 9. 2'.'7;i. 

Avers. John, earlv settler of Gorliant, 
2. 14s. 
Gaju. . I. 512. 

Ayles, ■ . 2. 20'.). 

Ayling. . 8. 2<>S;t. 

Aymalle. L", 7. "^2. 

Ayr, the river. 6. U». 

Babb, John, biographical notice of. 3. 
207. 
Nathaniel. bio;^naphical notiee of, 
3- :i"T. 

Babson. J. J., his lli>ti>ry of (xlduces- 
ter, cited, i. 2nCiii. 

Baccalaos. a general name given t'l the 
contiueui. 2. 15'^ 70>((: origin of the 
name. 2. J5(/-10i/. lua. 

Bachillor. Scepiien. called to preach at 
Gasco. I. 54'.i(i. 

Backbaunumbawniett, 3. 412. 

Back Gove, land at granted to George 
Lewis, 1.75, li;J-115. I2I. 2';i\ :JO"i ; 
first land grant at. i. 7'>: grant to 
Jolm Lewis. i.ll7; lnune of John 
Smith, I. 120, o22; land sol. I by 
Picliard Tucker, i. 122: a line of 
communication formed aroun'i. i. 
I2O: settlers' advantages At. i. 
12:J: land purchased by ilump'arey 
Durham at, i. ]2'.i: boundary 
of Gleeves' lanil at. i. 145; home 
of the Wakeleys. i. 15:;. 2;2: h'.>me 
of Matthew Coe, i. 15;;; laiiii at. 
granted to Ann Mitton. i. 154; 
early settlers of. i. I'^i; iiome of 
John lloss, I. 11",>, Ml 4: home of 
Skillings, i. 105.514: b>t 01 lanii- 
lies tiiere, i. 215. 2l0i. 2v', ; homo 
of Nathaniel Wallis, i. 22ii;>, 200n, 
201. ;llt). o2o; Indians at. i. 220; 
land at granted to John Skiliings, 
I. 245; bridge at, i. 25o; ];.>nie of 
Geoige Lewis, i. 2''>'>. 52' : road 
laid out. I. 270; amniuniiic;n i.'t. i. 
2'.M: home of John K<>-.s jr., i. 
;jl4. o22; home of Anthony Brack- 
ett. I. -W.}; home of Th-onas 
Baker, i. MIO; Iiome of .b.shua 
Lane. i. :j21; liome uf I'idlip 
Lewis. I. ;]21: home of Tliomas 
Peck. I. o22; home of John Kider. 
I. ;i22; home of Kielmrd :s;.;i- 
comli, I. :i22; slave> held at, 7. 
214: mentioned, i. i'>'''i,. T!">. 111. 
12". 124. 205, 204, 205: 2. J 02: 6. 151. 
creek, battle at. 6. i:;:;. 
street, Wiseasset. 4. :;;". 
Backus. Khler Isaac. !iis Hi>t.ry of 
the Baptist Church, cited, 5. Ir2/:, 
r,''.i/( ; 7. 224. 
Mrs. — — , 4. ••JOG. 



INDEX TO COLLECTION.' 



19 



n:ir<>r., Pr. Alvan, biosrrapliiorxl notice 
of. 3. -'"T. 
Cai-t. l):uiiol. 8. I'Jln. 
t^il■ rnuiois, letter iroin Cnj^t. .Tolm 
.Sniitli, I. •")•>; his opiniuii of Cal)- 
(■t's <li>oovery, 2. lAc ni Sn-acliey"s 
account (k'liioat.'d to. 3. 2S4 : nien- 
ti'«niHl. 4. <'>S; liis ossiivs. cited, 5. 
IT:',.: licnry vii. cited. 2. 14. ( n. 
Fvamis. of ScarliorouLrh. 3. xix. 
.]ai!us. 8. no. 4L4-J, 00. 
Will, iltposition of. 5. 00-64. 

r.:vi!t:cr. Sir . 4. L'To. 

15;i(l<'uin, Povo. 7. O'i. 
li.i^aduct'. trading-house estaldished 
at. I. '■'>'■>: the French robbed the 
trailinu-'iouse, i. 40 ; St. Castine 
erected a fort at. i. 0O-4O: 2. 240; 
former name of Castine, 2. i'15; 6. 
107: 7. 201. 20>: di>;isrn:.ns attack 
at. 2. 215: 3. 2ii4; 8. il^'^n; the 
uanie a contraction of Major Bi<;;- 
uyduce. 6. I07. lOO/;: definition 
not kiiown. 6. 107; Eaton's ex- 
planation, 6. loS; to be the capi- 
tal of Xe%v Ireland. 7. I'Ol ; capt- 
ured by the Diitish. 7. 2o2; peo- 
ple loyal, 7. 20:3, 204; loyalists 
assemble at, 7. 20o. 20.!);' Gen. 
\Vads\vnrth carried to, 7. o2.S; 
iitentiimed. 2. 2-:!'.i; 5. ol3: 7. 2-5; see 
r,;-avduce. 
expedition. 2. 21.j; 3. 2t4; 8. 2S3/!; 

9. 100. 
ueck. 6. 107. 
peninsula. 7.4; .^ee Biguyduce. 

l>oint. 6. 107. 
river, coins found near, 6. 114. 
Ba-by. Hon. Arthur P., 8. :J01. 
BaL:.i,Mduce, -s^f- BaLraduce. 
Bai^ley. David, 4. .]'t-2. 

Col.'— — , 4. o.'.o. 
Bavrnall. Walter, called Great Walt, i. 
41: 3. ll/(; .settled at Richmond's 
ishind, I. 41. S'-)ii: 6. 1^7 ; accumu- 
lated property, i. 41, 51: 6. 1:37: 
killed. I. 41, 42, -51, 54. IbS; 3. lo; 
6. 1:37, 145. 14'>; patent to, i. 41);; 
his plantation the first in the pres- 
ent boundary of Falmouth, i. 42; 
his murderers killed, i. 4:3; his ob- 
ject in settlin',', 1. 51. 2n2: had no 
title to Bichniond'.s island, i. 52, 52(1; 
his trade on the island, i. 202; 3. 10; 
G. J.37. 
Bahama banks, the, Gov. Pliipps' 
AKva.^'e to. 2. 2:30. 2:31. 
isl;.ii'.Is; .'^lijrley governor of. 8. 204; 
riiipi)s' voyaire t(j, 9. 0, 1'), 10; 
mentioned, 9. 57n. 
Bailey, Kdv.urd, married Mary Pen- 
Ky, I. :;n; left a ^vid<J\v, who 
lived at Stcm^-hton, i. ;314. 
Eleanor, widow of .loi-as, 3. 74, S2; 
a larire landholdei. 3. 74: culti- 
vated her land, 3. 74, 74/t; married 



Gvles P^arfre. 3. •'^2; deeded lier 



I. :3l'.': 
Bra«l- 



24, 



land to her husbani 
Henry, lived at Purpoodiu k, 
signed the petition to (iov. 
street, i. 2S:!»). 
ITilkiah, settled at P.lue ]ioint 

2i',. 74. 70; but little knoN\n ut 
him, 3. 2O1; probably father of 
Jonatlian, 3. 20; no relative of 
Jonas, 3. 74. 
tlie Pev. Jacob. prea< bed at Frank- 
fort and (ieorgetown. 3. 275-"J77: 
6. I0t>; 8. 112)i; at Har]iswell, 3. 
270; established at Dresden; 5. 
Ixi, 4:3"J: oihciated at Falmouth, 5- 
4:3l); driven away as a Tory, 5. 
440; 8. 210n; his descripiion ui 
the destruction of Falmouth ex- 
agirerated, 5. 250)1 : a Harvard 
graduate. 6. VMr. mclained in Kn-,- 
land, 6. I'.Hi; moved to Forr Pich- 
niond. 6. 107; 8. 20^/* : preached 
in Gardiner. 6. 107: character and 
labor of, 6. lUO-r.-O: site of his 
hiuise, 8. 210/;; mentioned, 7. 215: 
8. 11:3;); his letter describing tl:e 
destruction of Falmouth, 5. 4.;7- 
450; journal cited, 4. 15: 8. 20."^;i. 
the Hon. Jeremiah, commenced his 
practice in Wiscasset. 6. 55 : -gradu- 
ated from Brown University, 6.55; 
judtre of probate and meniber of 
Congress. 6. 55; collector. 5. 55-5'3: 
his characteristics, 6. 5i;; di 
birth and death, 6. 50/(: 
tioned, 6. 41. 
John, purchased brandy of 

ter, I. 71. 
Jonas, lived at Black Point, i. 

200?i; submitted to the jurisdic- 
tion of Massachusetts, i. loo,-,, 
3s0; his will mentioned, i. 2oO/i ; 
date of his death. 3. 20, 74: at 
Blue Point, 3. 7:3 : a witness 
against I'hippen. 3. 70; sent over 
by Trelawny. 3. 74; married first 
Mrs. Hearing, and second. Fleanor 
Jackson, 3. 74; his wido'.v a larue 
landliolder, 3. 74; his widow mar- 
ried Gyles Barge, 3. ^2; men- 
tioned, I. 00. 
the Pev. Kiah, 8. 1>0. 
Nathaniel, first settler of Bakers- 

t<)wn. 2. 111. 
Nicholas, of Saco, 3. 74. 
Pvobert, schoolmaster at Scarbo- 
rough. 3. KiS. 
Baker. Asahel. 8. 42. 4:3. 

Frances, mariied Gov. Shiiley, 8.. 
20:3; children of, 8. :^G:3; de.uh of, 
8. 20:3. 
James. 2. 175. 

John, his name given to I3aker"s 
sprinu^ i- >j-'*Jn; active in bring- 
ing Charles I to the block, i. ■'.-'/'ra: 
(led lo Maine, i.3;3Gn: accepted the 



ate 01 
nieii- 

Win- 

ioo.>, 



20 



MAINE IliSTOKICAL SOCIF.TY 



Baker, John— continued. 

Ki^;1)v urnnt. i. ;5."'V;1.'".(>; oliar;u-ter 
oi?i. ;''">i': t'Mii^oii to lU'o. I. :;"iC>; 
wtiU to Aiiaiiu'ntu'us. IJos'ou ami 
AWIU. I. :'■■■■'•: iiiinity lor AirauK'n- 
tiius, I. ;^'>7: iuipiisoniHl. i. -110: ;i 
jarvinaii. i. ■•■)'>: nuntioiKMl. 2. Ill; 
9. :;:.2. ;;oi». 
Gen. John, S. Co, GS, 30, 41-43, 4.>, 

5-2. 60. 
John K.. 7. 2M. 
Nathan. S. 3.o. 
Nicholas, nianied illizalKth Bart- 

lelt. I. eoo. 
Eoboit, signi'il ]>etUi(Mi of 1072, to 

Massachusetts. 5. -J-iO. 
Sauuu'l, his Jauuhtur luanicii Mo- 

Clou<ih. 2, ITS. 
Thomas, signed the petition toBi-nd- 
street. i. 2>3,i: taken pii-.'uer at 
F;dmouth. i. 30_'. :J10; lived at 
Back ct)ve. i. 01'.'. 
William, si-ned petition of 1072 to 
Massachusetts. 5. 240. 

Mrs. . of D'Tcliester, 5. 420.'' 

Baker's spiina: marked the boundary 
bet%veen Wells and York. i. 3C0; 
oriuin of the name. i. 33<'i/i. 
Bakerstown, divided into MiiiMt and 

Foland, 2. Ill; irranted i" ■ 

Baker, 2. Ill: limits of. 2. Ill: first 
settlers of. 2. HI. 113: lir.^t ehildrcn 
horn in. 2. Ill: Indiuis in. 2. 112; 
tirstimhiic woi-.-'.ip in. 2. 1):: : iieshet 
in. 2. 113: revival \n. 2. l!"-: first 
church in, 2. 113. 114; im-cporated 
as Poland, 2. 11'^: annals of. 2. Ill- 
130. 
Balch, Horatio G.. corporate inember 
of the Maine Hist. Soc.. i. 11. 

the Bev. Dr. . 4. -•'>2. 2.V^_L'.-iS. 

. moved to Macliias, 3. 1 .'■'. . 

Bald. . of Carritunk. 4. 3'v.". ZOO. 

mountain, i. 4ot;; same as Onei^ula, 
I. 4."<2n. 
Baldwin, i. 32t'!!. 

J>oamini. 3. i;-"l. 2."li). 2^j2. 
the Bev. Saiu;;-!. 4. i'T2. 

CoL . 3- ••''■.',<. 

Baliol colle;,^'. 2. "a. 
.Ballard, the Kcv. Ed'.vard, his defini- 
nition of ALr.tmenticus, i. 4T/(; 
his note on the nieaninciof Machi- 
}:(>nne, i. •'/.— '.0; delinitiou of 
('a]iisic. I. L'J.'j/C deliiiition of 
Bapo. -duck. i. 207 /< ; furnished 
annotations for Gov. Lincoln's 
j):!pers on the Indians, i. 41:.': his 
» xplanatiun <.'f the route of Mon- 
tresor, i. 4''.."j-4i;t;; mentioned, 
6. 3.j«'., ;;<■,(). 302, 303; 7. 3. 102, 
104: 8. 331: The Early IIi^Tory of 
the I'rote.-tant Gljurch in Maine, 
hy. 6. 171-L''c: Mennnr of tl:e Biev. 
Eu^a'ue Vetromile, by, 6. :.'<.'-J. 
Capt. , 4. 3'.*3 



Ballstown. 4. '■''j'>-'^. 3.'4. 

Ballycarry. 6. 0: lirst rreshytoria.u 

church in. 6. '21. 
Ballynieaa Presbytery, 6. I'm. 
Balsam lir. ahund.int, i. C-OO; proper- 
ties of. I. "'"0. 
Baltic sea, tlie. 9. -VtCK 
Baltimore Association, formed to 
promote .\merican manufa'-turcs. /\. 
5>: mentioned, 2. 74i(; 4. -■>; 7. 3)-), 
S-jO. 
Bancroft. Georjrc, frave a copy of 
Popham's letter to the Maine Hist. 
Soc. 5. 3,43: letter to tli.' S.., iety. 5. 
O-!)."); nu'iitioned, 5. 34-S; 6. lo,'. 1^7.1; 
7. 212, •_'■")•■)». 
Banc. Capt. Joseph, interpreter. 3. 
3>1, 4i:0, 4.34; captured by Indians, 
4. 114: to \vatch the nuiveuicnts of 
Tlie French, 7. 177; 8. 2--'0; .... .//.s.-. 
Beane. 
Bauiior. Ireland, 5. 0. 

Maine, formerly Kadesquit. i. 430, r. 
7. L'7 : manufactures in. 4. _'7 ; 
place of Pownal's landing.-. 7. ti; 
first settled, 7. 7; conference with 
Indians held at. 7. 7, 2o: <ci"ond 
conference, 7. S: called (."ndus- 
kea.u'. 7. S; Fri-emasuu'< celebra- 
tion in, 7. 20; treaty at, 7. 2o. •21; 
the -^vestern point of Du Mout'.s 
voyage. 7. 27; Elder Jes.-^e Leo 
preached in. 7. 227; only stran<,i- 
ers paid toll in. 8. -\'j\: bteav^o Ji 
city, 8. 4."j.">; first nrayor of. S. 4.'i."); 
Bu'swell first settler ef. 0. 2::3; 
site of the ancient Xoi'ur.riK ^a. 9. 
223; governmental ri.^hi in dis-, 
puted. 9. 223; claimed as British 
territory. 9. 224: leaden plate 
buried at, 9. 224: hrst item in 
the history of, 9. 2l'4-2J."): a part of 
Township No. 1, 9. 2:)0: received 
a distinctive land title. 9. •J30--31; 
reason for the unusual torm of, 9. 
231; owned, 9. 232; incorporate<l, 
9. 232: sijuatters <^iven title to 
their lands. 9. 2;;2-u'.33: Ian. Is in 
sold, 9. 233-L'34; mentioned. 2. 
l::0: 4. 32, 10>: 5. 3si. 4^.;: 6.41, 
50. los, 3.JS. 401; 7. '-'2/.. '.'>. ^'A: 
8. 70, SI, 108, 177, 3-J3, :;••.:'.. 30-^- 
371. 377, 431, 43:;, 440. 4.-,.'. 4.-.3, 
4.V.», 400, 402, 4S7, 4S^, -i'.rJ: 9. .-8, 
102, 171. 
centennial, 7. "lOn. ISn. 
Democrat, Tlie, 7. 4«)'.>: 8. S-'O. 
district, 8. 4."j3. 4."i4. 4.j0. 
News. The. 8. 407. 
railroad. 9. 171. 
Territorial History of, by A. W. 

Paine, 9. 221-234. 
Thcolo-ieal Seminaiy op. n'.d. 8. 
li;s, 177: teachers, 8. 177: <i'. na- 
tions to, 8. 177; chai;.:e.l. 5. 177- 
17b; mentioned, 7. 37-'.>. 



nsDEX TO COLLECTIONS. 



21 



Whicr anfl CoTirior. 9. 1>""- 
W'uuir Ladii-s" ai-:uK'iny. 8. IT"). 
BaiiC-' island, within tlio i>iosor.t 
liniiN of Falmoutli. i. 14-"); oallod 
Portland i.4and, i. Uo-li''.; An- 
divAvs" island, i. Uiht, 2J0,): (.vi-m 
of the r.anie. 1. 14t'>/i; owiiL-d l).v 
Jami-s Andrews, i. 14'.i: dosnibed. 
1. 14'.>-l.")i>; stdd til John Rousl'. i. 1">'>; 
oonvevedtoJolin Brown. 1. I'.O; foit 
built ou, I. loO: owned \>y .Josluia 
Bamrs. I. l.")!))!-. pr>>perty of .Kdediah 
ProMo, I. l".0/i: called Fort island, i. 
1.^0; a place of refui:e. i.'220; home 
of Felt and Wallis. i. i.'-'l: nun- 
tioned. i. 4-J, U\hi\ 2. nk 8. -:J4. -37. 
Banjos, .loshna. owner of Ban;,'s" island, 
i.^l40((, I.jOh; came from Cape Cod, 
I. 14(;n: death of, i. Ufwc mort.Lrased 
property to .Todediali Prel>Ie. i. lOU. 
Bani>ier. Thomas. si!,med treaty of 
1714, 6. 2.")7: autograph. 6. i.'-"i7. 

Bankhead. Mr. , 8. :,',. ■><>. i''0. 

Bank of the United .^raTes. S. 4l'."). 
Banks. Charles Edward, Life. I^etters 
and Public Services of E.lward 
Godfrey, by. 9. 2V.')-:}S4: his Dixy 
Bull, cited'. 9. oOSh: New Knj;- 
land's indication, cited. 9. oi."J;i; 
Bo-er Oarde. cited. 9. -'A-in. 
Capt! Elias, 3. 200, •2o>, -M. 
Sir Jr)hn. 9. 311. 

Moses, served in the Bevr.lntion. 3. 
:'0o,20S;bio'.:rraphical notice. 3. _•'>• 
P.iehard, siuned i.etitiou t" (.liarles 
n, I. 4(,)2: siuned petiti-n to 
Cromwell, i. o'.'-t: amount of land 
f; ranted to. 9. o7S: signed petition 
to Massachusetts. 9. o^2. 
Bank, the, now PortsuKUith, 8. 2'Jo. 
Bai)tiste. Jean. 4. I'-tl, 1U2. 
Baptiziui: i>f children ordered, i. ?.-54, 
3t'.0; Robert Jordan indicted for, 8. 
204/(. 
Baptismal font of Pojbert Jordan. 8. 

2S)4/i. 
Baptists in Bath. 2. 227: in Bowdoin- 
ham. 7. 222: in Boston. 7. -'-'o: in 
Canaan. 4. -jVJ: in Clinton. 4. 34S 
o4'.t; in Farmini^ton. 4. 30^: in 
Green. 4. 3.j.j: in Hebron. 4. ^Oo, 
3s8; in Kittery, 7. 221. 2J4: in Law- 
rence, 4. 340, 3'.a. 302: in Liver- 
more, 4. 302: in Little Falls, 4. 330: 
in Lyman, 7. 222: in Minot, 2. 1:^3, 
127; in New Gloucester. 2. I-'jS; in 
New Vineyard, 4. 311: in Beadiield, 
4. 300: Salisbury, 4. 2;»7: in Sanford, 
7. 2:^2; in Shaplei'/ii, 7. 222; in 
.Sheepscot, 4. 320. 3:.'!; in Tliomas- 
ton, 7. 222; in Turner. 4. 304; in 
Paris, 4. 303, 308: in Providence, 4. 
20^: in Wells. 7. 222: believed thac 
fi tliief can at once be converted, 4. 
310; do not approve of written ser- 



I mons. 4, 301; 7. 220: the Rev. Paul 

! ('otiiu"s opinion of. 4. 310. 3~'J-3>4; 

their doetrineomfuted. 4. :i")3. : ..uUed 

Anai)aptisis. 7. 21'". ; pen.ii law 

I auainst. 7. 223: a few of ihe elders 

had a collegiate education. 7. i^l'O; 

nuntioned, 4. 301. 30t'. 3<j. 4iA'. 401, 

403: 5. Iv: .^ce Freewill Bai^tisis. 

Baptist Cliurch, The History of, .-ft 

Backus, EKler Isaac. 
Ba<iual>arat, alias Nathaniel, 3. _412. 
Baraira.Bishoi) Frederic, g.27.'.. 2 .-.2'JO. 
Barbadoes, Richard Vines ilied in. i. 



Vines 
: men- 



44. UJ/i; tish sent t^ 
moved to, 2. 73'! : 9. 31. 
tioned. i. 371: 2. .■^: 6. 2>>. 

str<Mig water, a drink. 3. Os. 
Barbarv. 7. 13'.»h. 

creek, nulls erected at. i. 11'-'. 243)!, 
2f.O; land at conveyed to John and 
Pochard .Seacomb. i. 2-")'.'; land at 
owned by Peter Bowdoin. i. 270. 

Barber, the Rev. . 6. 20.">. 

Barl.iour family, 6. 13. 

John 6., 5. xxxvii. 
Barclay's dictionary, cited, 3. 4^!i. 
Barclay, Thomas. 8. 12. 10, 20. 
Bardue, sic Barue. 
Barefoot, Cayit. . claimed land 

owned by Bridget Pnillips, 4. 413. 
Barge. Gyles, early settler at Blue 

Point, 3. 81: became a lan'iliolder 

tlirouu'h his wife, 3. S2 ; rnanied 

Eleanor Bailey, 3- ^-- ^"-'l*-^ 'iiiice. 

3, S2: moved t<-> D'uchester. 3. ?2; 

mentioned. 3-74. li:ii. 

Baruer, Pliilip. 'lied, i. 277. 

Pliilip 2d, Sim 01 Philip, i. 2h; 
death of. 277. 
Bar Harbor, 8. 324. 
Barilion, 5. 200; 7. 'A- 
Baring, Alexander, 7. 3.3.J, o.jS. 

Ileni-y, 7. 3-j.J. 

, a British merchant. 4. 24. 

Barker. Ebenezer. died. i. 333. 
Barkliead, Ciiristopher. wimessea 

delivery of grant to Shurt. 5. -14. 
Barks, .see The Elizabeth and Ricli- 

m^nd. 
]>arlow, George, lived at Blue Poiui, 3. 

Jo'el, 6. 3-'''i- 
Barnard. 9. 2'JS, 302, 30'3, 3.3. 

Benjamin. 3. '2o'). _^ 

John, signed treaty of 1713, 6. li-uo; 
autograph, 2."»0. 

Dr. -, of Salem, 5. lib 

Barnes, Bartholomew, deputy for Ag- 
amenticus, i. 307. 
i Hon. I'hinelias, 6. 301. 
Barnstaljle, England, 3. 2 hi; 5- l*'^^.- 

i l-^''- 

I Mass.. home of Nathaniel Oti.-, i.. 

314; mentioned. 2. 140. 14-. 14','; 

4. 270, -271 : 5. xxiii, xxiv: q. ^u. 

i county, 8. 234;i. 



22 



lyiAIXE HISTOKICAL SOCIF.TY. 



B;ivnsto:\a. 4- -^f- 
lianiwiU, i;.>l:ivt W.. 8. 4.*1. 
}>;m'ii;cs <>f Ni'va Scoti^t. g. 100. 
Barmiv oi l.a Tour. g. lOi; of St. 

Etic'iini'. UM. 
Barri'tt. John, liad a .saw mill at (";^,iio 
I'oipus, I. "JoO; acous.il of aliu>t', 
I. oTS; sip:nod petition to i'i.>ni- 
■well. I. ."i'l-i; .sicu'-hI iiotition to 
Cliavit'.-< n. I. 4ii--'. 
John ir.. ouf of the liist settlers of 
W'el'ls. I. :;Gl'. 
Bari;ett"> town, 4. 'A'^~, -VIS. 

Barrin, , in Arn<.>krs expediticu, 

I. ITS. 
Barrin.-jton. 2. 145. 
Barron. Elias. 4. •J.'^T. 
Barrow, the IJev. Isaac. 8. 4Sl. 
Barrows. William, iirerejitor in Fryo- 
buri;" aeaileniv,, 3. 10;j; mentioned, 
5. xli, 8. H/.t." 
"William jr.. son of William. 8. I'iO; 
preceptor at Hebron acaiiemy. 6. 
;-ni; 8. h''.K IT"; <,M-adnatetl from 
Dartmouth college, 8. 100; salnry 
of, 8. ITO. 
Jud<4e, 8. 421. 422. 
Barrows' Chronolo^ieal Ilistorv. cited, 

5. 14.-.H. 
Barry, James, master of the Happy 
Ketnrn, 5. l;'."J. 
John S., hi.> History of Framing- 
ham, cited. 5. 104)!. lO'.ijj: Hi-iory 
of MassachuM'tts. cited, 5. ll'Ja. 
Bartei-"s island, g. l.'.l. 
Bartho. an Indian. 3. 4-44. 
Bartholomew, an Indian guide, 3. 
o^(): 7. ITO. 
Henrv. 2. 200. 
Bartlett, g. 21-^. 
Almira, 4. Oiil. 
Elizabeth, married Xieholas Baker, 

• 1 . 200. 
George, lived at Spurwink, i. 200, 
;310: death of, i. 2nO: his estate, 
I. 2()0: his daughter married 
Nichnlas Baker, i. l'mO: at Black 
point, 3. SO,; lease from Jocelyn, 
3. 2;H-2:]-. ■ 
the Bev. Joseph, 4. 2.".j. 
JMal.. 4. .Otil. 
Kathan, 4. 20.'k 

Nicholas, recidved land from Cleeves, 
I. 110, I2T, 24^: lived at Scar- 
borough, I. 110; in King diaries' 
army, i. 110,/; tied from England. 
I. 1!<0): lived at Salem, i. IKO); 
conveyed land to John Higninson 
jr.. I. 117: <lid not oeciipy his 
land, I. 117: nuntioncd, i. :.' i-^. 
Sarali, married Joshua Collin, 4. 

241. 
Sarah, of Kittery, marri<d first Dr. 
Joiilan, and lieeoud, liildad 
Ariiidd. 4. .i'j'). 
Thonui.s, 8. TC'. 



the Bev. William S.. Contiibntion to 
the History of Bath, by, 3. 2T'>-2TT ; 
mentioned, 7. -)."..",: IJid^raphv of 
the i;ev. Jacob r.aiby. 5. l-','.);" In- 
Irt'diution to .str.jilicy's I'.i-iorie 
of 'I'lavail. 3. L'sO L^'i: Jiis I'r. u-.tier 
Miv.-iiinary. cited. 6. I'.i'.i; 8. jK'/>. 
Deacon— — , of liftiicl. 4. :;:'.'■>. 

i . of Hartford. 4. Oi'u, ::.'.il. 

; , of Patricktow n. 4. •".0">. 

I Barton, l>enjamin. signed p.etitiv)ii to 
I Massachusetts. 5. iM". 

I Edward, signeil jietition to Massa- 
chusetts. 5. 241 1. 
Elijah, tried for the murder of I'aui 
Chadwick, 7. O^T: g. "^04. 

, of Sidney. 4. -loj. 

' Base, the game of, 3. 14--140. 

' Basiord, Jonathan. 4. ;'.">2. 

■ Bashaba, Indian ruler <>vei' the prcs- 

! cut state of Maine. 2. lsn\ ji; 3. 

' 2SS; 5. l.jO/!, O.jO: his c;!i,ita', 2. 

' ISc; 7. 08, liii>: (K^ad, 2. i.'4. i'>2; 

j 7. 102; chief p(itentale among the 

I Indians, 2. iSii- sent his siui to 

j visit the Englisli. 2. 21, 2"^'.'; 5. 

I 319-321; lived on the Tenobvcot, 

i 2. 2S«; 7. Oo, 00: extent "f his 

j sway, 2. 61; 5. loO/c 7. int. loi;,; 

I name of his counny. 2. >;■_' ; his 

I liome near PenuKjuid. 2. O'J : >lain 

by the Tarentini's. 2. Ol'- 7. Oio; 

Ins kin^'dom desn-uyeO. 2. I'.i': 7. 

j o20)( ; (filbert jiaid lOni a vi^ir. 5. 

j ooO ; early noticed by the hi.s- 

torians. 7. O-") ; ^Vaymontl> sup- 

1 ])osed he was a king. 7. '.'■" ; the 

name only a title. 7. ','■'>. 00. 0^; 

had a monarchial coverni.icn' . 7. 

9.-)-00; supposed to lie a viiict'. 7. 

00, 00. 101, 102. ;:.!>4; cidlcO i;it:,e- 

has, 7'. 00, 97; called ]'„--.-.aOc>. 7. 

9.j, 00, 07, 102 ; met ( 'Iratni'lain, 7. 

90-OS, 252, 254; a sauaniore of 

Kadresipiit, 7. 07: nut the Jesuits, 

7. 07, 06; the name of his tribe 

uncertain, 7. OS; extent <d' his 

dominions unknown. 7. '.''.1. lo],;: 

G<ii'ges' opinion of, 7. ;/.' ; at •.var 

■with the Tarentines. 7. loo; had 

many ene?nies, 7. ino; his sway 

acknowledged as far as Ma-;sa- 

cliusetts bay, 7. lou; had many 

under-cajitains, 7. loi'; his tribe 

scattered, 7. -'VJiO, : mentioned. 3. 

102, :J()1, oOO. :;u7, Oos; 5. 1j7/i, 

;-5l'S; 7. 00, :]n4. 

Basliaba and the Tarratines, by John 

E. (Godfrey, 7. ".»;i-102. 
Ba^inof Minas, 8. iL'O, 2>2// : doscril-ed, 

b04. 
Basque, the langua^'c of, 9. 200);. 
BassaJKi. s' i' Bashalja. 
B.isscn. lochard. 3. lO'i: in Hie garri- 
son al Black I'oint, i. L'_'7u. 



iNni::v to collections 



Bnsst.'U. BiiNsitt. Fr;ini'is. coiu;n:uuU-r 
uf TIk' l.owls. 5. 1.;*.. 
Capt. William. 3. V\'>: I'.visulted 
wirh Major (,"hnri-li. i. -'•'('• 
15;iss. Ti'tor. ilii>o>ilii'n toiKornin^:^ 
Gouilall. 3. i:>');i. 2'-]'>. 

, of llflu'ou. 4. oOo, 304. 

r.H-k. 9. 141. 
l>as-tal»lo, .<• r l>aii\>tal>lo. 
Ba<tik\ tho. Jolni XcNou iiiinrisoned 

in. 7. r,-2. 
lJastii)i'"s i>laivl owned l>y George 

Miriiji>y. I. ■2-'>T. 
Batelieldci-. .Mary, guilty of ailultery, 

1. :;Tu; lier |luni^lnlK■nt, i. oTO. 
Xatlian, 7. ■2~^4. 

Stepiien. umpire in case of (leeves 
r.s. Winter, i. 74: minister at Lynn 
and Hamilton. 1. T4/i; his wife ac- 
cused of adultery, i. "..0; .s-n 
Baehillor. 
Bateman. Edward. 9. 'i: Xe<iuasset 

conveyed to, bv Ilobinliood. 4. 20:i; 

Batenian's irut. 5. 00. 
Bales. Solomon. 4. ".'.i-2. 
Batli. Er.;.vland. i. ;;"i">/(: 7. -•''■': 9. (1^. 
Maine, land at purchased hv Kobert 

Gutch, 2. I'X,; lirst settlers of. 2. 

204-L'o",, •2'2-: orlier earl> settlers, 

2. •JO.'-L'OG: ini;or]:i(n'ated as Lon.Li; 
I^each. 2. 2ii';--oT, 2in. -j-j^: chnrcli 
built. 2. L'oT. 2-'i': 3- -~~'- ciiua-ed 
in sliip l)uildinir. 2. ^'os-u-ii; nther 
business at. 2. io',*-:.'!!!: made a 
]jort of entry. 2. iJlO; 5. ;;:;i; ton- 
nai:je of. 2. 2bi: busine>> trans- 
acted in the town meetinifs. 2. 
210; how the sch<»(ds wt^re sup- 
ported. 2. i'lO; pools in. 2. 211; 
first schoolhonse. 2. 211; number 
of dwellin'T-houscs in. 2. 212, i'.'.'; 
the elTer-t of the D.'c!ar:iTi..n of 
Independence in. 2. 2 1 2-21:3 : to 
have a rejiresenrative in tlie pro- 
vincial CoHLTress. 2. 21;;: t-ommit- 
tee of safety and military in. 2. 
2I0: jtrevented an attack by the 
Britisli. 2. 21".; sent tr.-ops to 
Cambri<lL;e. 2. 214; peopb.- of. who 
served in the Itevolution. 2. 214; 
effect of the battle of Lcxinijrton 
in, 2. ■21")-21tj; incorporated. 2. 
21T-21>;; a cold winter in. 2. 21S; 
first town meetimr in. 2. 21S; 
town oliicer.s, 2. ;.'1>;. lil'i; first 
mail servire to, 2. 2111; r.proenta- 
tives to the General Court. 2. :.']'.»; 
population of at dilTereiit years. 
2. 220: small-pox in. 2. L'i:o: eler- 
gymcn of, 2. "Ji'^J-ii^^; 3. ::T4-'jT<); 
relijrious controversy i:i. 2. 22'j- 
22'): North church oruMiiiz^-d, 2. 
2z'>-22*'i: a jyart of tin- Kennebec 
purchase. 2. 2~,~: only ■■'.:■■ lannly 
there iii 172?, 2. '2~t'.); dcsiituro of 



]H-eachin.r. 17")2. 3. 27:V. im|n-oV(d 
lu-r advantages. 4. Is; in trouble 
with their ministci'. 4. •')■; i : MeTli>- 
^ dists in. 4. -VM : Scotch-ivisli -it. 5. 
l-"); Kbeiiex.cr Clai>p -ci 1 Ini at 6. 
7i'i; .losrph Sew. ill riri'ticcd in. 

6. 77: th.- i;ev. J. W. Klbn-wo.d 
ordainc<l at. 7. :m2- mcniivincd, 2. 
27s: 3. 27:1. 2-:., ::"i;-. 4. i:.. --.. 
4'>. 47. 227. :'i'-^. :■:•;; =,. H:-:. 4!-^. 
42:;; 6. 2;>1. :^12. :;i::. ::". :;^o. •> ". 
;3(;7. :3t;!), :i7n. :;7;;: 7. 22'. :i74. :■•:;; 
8. 111)!, 114. 151. 1^0. L'->7.:'.oS. 40::; 
g. ."). >(■<■ iilsn Lmr;- biarh. 

Contributions to thr Hivl,,iv of. by 

William .•^. Uarth-tt. 3. 27;.--77. 
the History of. by <;en. Joseph 

."^ewall. 2. ls!>-22s. 
academy, chartered. S. 17": receive.! 

a lami grant. 8. 171: merged into 

a high school, 8. 171. 
Female academy, chartered. 3. 17''': 

received a lanii grant. 8. 171; 

merged into a hiuh school, S. 171; 

incorporated, 8. 174. 
ferry, 2. I'.iO. 
high school. 8. 171. 
.><o.;iety for .Suppres.^ing Vice. 7. :'m7. 
Batson. John, had a saw mill ar Cai^e 

Poipus. I. 2ti'.»; signed the I'cm- 

tiou to Charles li. i. 402. 
Stephen, witness. ■■! t!ie i\i:vd t^ 

.John Wadleiuh. i. :""i,^. 
Bait. Christopher. ^i•J■ned th.e petition 

to Charles 11, i. 4oL 
Batten. William, luiblished for com- 
plaining, 3. ">^; lived at lUack Point, 
3. s:]. 
Battle, first on the Peuooscot waters, 

7. ■■)>>. 

of Falmouth, i. 2'.'4. 
Baudoin. .see powdoin. 
Baxter. Major Cervis. 5. 1:^,0. 
James IMiinnev. 8. Ul. 
Pichard, 7. 212. 44-^. 

. 3. :y.4. Mf,.-,. ^ 

Biye Francois. 8. :;in: same as Biy of 

Fundy. 6. 27'"'. -^2. 
Baylei-.' Fran.ds. his Memoir of Ply- 
mouth (.'cd"ny. cited, I. lo4/i. 
Bavlev. Josi^pli. 4. lt;4. lOt). 

Cob ,7- 2:37. . , 

Bay, of Chaleurs. a boundary ot tlie 
Plymoutli comi>any"s charter, i. 
:3:;'; mentioned. 8. 21, 22, 2'j. 20, 
72. U)0. 
of Biscay, 8. 24. 

of Fundy, a colony estal»ll>hed o;i 
tlie shore of. i. 2*'>; .\ea<lia on the 
shore of. 4. I'.'l :_ same .a-^ rho 
P.aye Franeois. 6. :-'7'''. •-'-! ; Chamji- 
laiii at, 7. l'-">o: inelemeney of tiiC 
weatherat. 8. 1l'7-12<; meurioi ed, 
I. .-(»; 7. :;:;. 2';i :• 8. f,. 7. )■:. 2\- 

24. 120. V-'A. 142, 221, 22:1. 2Vj. 2'J-}, 
2>l/i, DiO, ;i23. 



2i 



MAINE KI^TOniCAL SOCIETY. 



Bav — colli imuul. 1 

o"f Minas. 8. Lm- j 

of Mothtrs. I. ."i22. 

of X;ipk'S. 8. 24. ' j 

Yortf. 8. ir.:.. 
IVa.h Plain roa.l. 2. 140. ' 

riil.ue. 3. 107. 
IJcanian. II10 J>ev. T^r. Nathaniel S. S.. 
tt-aoluT in Li'.ui'lii a'-adoniy. 8. 
IM: oiiLiint'tl at I'oilkuuU 8. 107: 
livi'd in Tioy. S. li'>7. 
Sniitli. 8. li'i'.." 
Bcnn. I>anid. 8. ."i. 

C'apl. David, 5. ;'.G7, 070, 374, 37."), 

• ■77--'>7'.'. 
Capt. Janifs, 7. lO:.. 
Ca]>t. .losrpli. Taken prisoner. 3. 
3"J3ii : to a<:-t a-; an intt-rpri'ter. 3. 
41:;; 4. ll'.i. III'.'. 170: 8. -Jll/i: nun- 
tioiK-d. 3. 171ii: .^•' '- <ilf«' Bane, 
llie Uev. .Ic^epli. 4. •_'('..<. 
Bearee, Asa. of Helton, 4. 303, 304, 

JJeard. Aaron, signed petiti^'n to Mas- 
sachnsetts. 5. i'4<i. 

Thonia.s. received deed from Joce- 
lyn, 3. G7. 

l.ient. , 4. 3SS. 

Bi-ars, ])lenTy. i. 4',0: 3. 01: reward 

otfert-d for killinL;' them. 3. 142: 

troiibUsoinc on Santly river. 4. 334. 
Beast, Ellis. 3. 3n:;. 
Beath, .lolm. 6. l.'.-^. 
Beattie. JamL-. 4. :;l'4. 
Beanhassin. S. h'.'.i. 142. 
Beanhasin. Sionr <le, in command of 

the French and Indians. 3. 141. 
Beauchamp, .J(din. Mnsconmis jiat^nt 

,U"rTnte<l to. i. 4."). 7'.': 6. .';21 : 9. 77. 

22-'): dearh of. 6. ;121; 9. 7>. 2L'ii: 

extent of the ^^rant. 9. 77. i'2-j. 

220; Gen. Knox in po>se.-5>ion t)f 

his j^rant. 9. 227. 
}5eauchami'S. tlie, 5. 304. 
Beaufi.rt. 9. I'.'S. 
Be;^n!iarnois, diaries. Marquis de. 

;,'^overnor of Xe\v France. 7. '.>-j. 'j-ji,: 

letters of. cited. 7. 02; supplied tlie 

Indians with belts and hatciu-ts. 7. 

02; a natural son of I-ouis xiv, 7. 

02 «. 
Beausejour. 8. 221. 
Beauties of Enulaml and Wales, s(e 

Nij,ditin;^'^ale. tlie Bev. John. 
Beauvais. 8. 320. 
Beaver. dani<. 9. r--7 

!>] and. 2. 24M: 9. 43. 

river, S. j;ii. 

fekiTis. a circulatinir medium, i. 
.!).■>-.■,(■.; sent to Fn^land. 1. ."7; 4. 
23; 8. 31): }»ric.s of. I. -J-j; ti.uif 
in, profitable. 2. 34a, <!></;: jiiirc 
for, liiuh at Albany, 4. 17."j. 17'.': 
purchased by Capt'. John Smith, 
5. 102. 



storv. a. 4. 370. 
the. '5. 4>. 

trade I'lofitablc. i. .").', 04.v. 71: 2. 
34t( ; Inndcicil liv tlie Fren^ li war. 
5- 132. 
Beavers abundant at l^caiboroii-h, 3. 

142: at Carriiuiik. 4. 37'.'. 
Beawando. 3. 412. 

Becaucour. 7. ^-i: land at uramcd to 
Indians. 6. 2.';'---.' io ; coiidiri.1',1 i>i" 
the liulian< at. 6. i'43. 

Beckes . 9. ;;.");!. 

Beckford. \\ ilii.nn. signed 'he }>etJtion 

to Massacluisetts. 5. 240. 
Bedabedec, eaily name for Owl's 
Head. 4. 104. 
Hnuuilains. 7. l'.">:'>. 2.-)4. 
promont(uy. 7. -j.".:]. 
Bedford, foiiiu ily jxirt of NarraLian- 
sett townsllip. 2. ll.'i ; ];o;.ul:ltion 
of. 2. 14.'j: menticuietl. 2. l.iO;6. ."iSu. 
basin. 8. 12(1. 

Nathan, 3. 10/) ; boml^man for James 
Bobinson, 3. 71 : kept the (ualinary 
at ."^carborouL:'!!, 3. 7s. 70; con- 
stable, 3. 70: ]iresente(l for selliuL; 
liquor, 3. 70; localioJi of his inn. 

3. 70; purchased the farm of 
Boaden. 3. 70; faiaii in C.iulev's 
liands. 3. 7'.': his widow miiried 
Cauley, 3. 70; death of. 3. 70; 
jirobably was murdered. 3. 7'.i-S0; 
siuned the petition to ('harles 11, 
3." 120;:. 

Mrs. Nathan, married Cauley. 3. 70. 
r.ei fordshire. i. 113; 5. 7». 
Bedwelk John, signed petition to 

Massachusetts. 5. 241. 
Beecli. prevrdeiir in Limerick, i. 32". 
Beer. Natlian IJedford. jireseiited for 

sellinj;, 3. 7'.'. 
Bejepscot. i. .'34S. 
Belcher, Andiew, 3. 301. 

Cai)t. Andrew. 9. 02/i. 04. 07n. 
Uiram. jaacticed in Farminuton. 6. 
74; member of Conirress, 5. 74; 
death of. 6. 74. 
Gov. Jonatlian. petition of Hiehard 
Fay til. 3. ;;;;.'i; liioLfrapliie d no- 
tice of. 3. ■y-i')u\ mentioned. 4. 
123, 127, 12s. 130. 1;;;;. ]:.(■>. 137, 
140, 144; 6. l-"*; 8. 212/-. 2O.0, I'OS; 
9. SI. 
Mary, married George ^ auL;h;in. 8. 
205. 

, of Farmington, 4. 342. 30.-^, .305. 

Belding. the Bev. , of Winthrop, 

4. '403. 

, of Slieepseot Ponds, 4. 320. 

])• le. Samuel. 4. •_'_'.'). 
Belfast, Ireland. 6. 0. 10. 27. 

Maini'. 4. ;!l'.3-:'27. :;51 ; 5. •';ii3. ■','i'in; 

6. i^;-;'. 3o). :;:j|. 323. 330. ;;54. ;J04; 

7. ;;;U; Id-tnrv of. .x< /_- Ald.ott, 
White and Williamson. 

academy, incorporated, 8. 172; land 



INDKX TO COLLKCTION?. 25 

L'vnnto(Uo. S. 172:fii(1..\vr<l. 8. 17-2: r.en.l. tlu\ 7. V.h 

i,1.,.i)i.m1. S. 172: lufccptors ot 8. , Bfiie. C.ii.t. .lohn. to ^vatch the 

172: uivfii u].. 8. 172. i Fnnrli. 7. 177. 

}i:iy. jin'l'aMy visited l>y V\':iy- InMi^al. 4. l4. 

iii.Mitii. 5. iU-J; iiR'iiiitMKd, 4. ;J24: l)(.nj.iinitis. tlio, 3. i",'>'^. 

6. :;i(;. 1 Ik-iiiu'tt, David, ciianut'd ni.'^ name to 

liarltor. 5. :;7l)i. I Si.cnciT Plnps. 8. -JCW 

\\\\v. Iiiiian name ul'. 4. ^09. i Dr. David, maniid lu'lK-e.-a .•^in nrcr. 

r.rluir i"ins found at Ca-stiuf. 6. 122; 9- 7. (i7 ; liis sou adopted l>y Gov. 

a: Tortland. i:;4. 1 Pliips. 9. 7. i,,. 

BolLiium. 8. 4'.i. Edwaid. 3. 1:;2. 

of .\menoa. t]u\ i. 4(t:';. Melshare. owiut of the l.aplo. 5. 

Uolurade. 2. 2--"i: 4. ;>74: 7. 2'=!:''.. ! U>S; liernsod to lish. 5. l^'wi ; price 

Belknap. .Kivmv. i)iiii(ii>al fonndi-r of ' paid for tlie liconse. 5. 1^'.)!. 

the .Mas>ai-lni'>vtts IIist.S,>e.. 2. ll'/: 8]K-nffr. son of Dr. David. 9.7. 07: 

4. .•.; ids opinion o! tlie site of adopted l)y Gov. Plnps. 9. ,,«•>:'.;), 

I'ophanrs colonv. 3. :'.nii,/: assisted : (>~ \ rlianued Ids name to Npem-er 

bv ('apt. Williams. 5. :;i(i. :)4.") ; a Phips. 8. 2('.'.); 9. (17. 

lover of the truth. 5. 04."); had an Benson. Eghert, one of the fouudcr.s 

erroneous idea of the harbor visited ! of the New York Ilist. Soc.. 2. 

l.v Wavmouth. 5. 011. 0I2. -Ur, ; his 11"; mentioned. 8. 12. 

theory' examined. 6. •jv>~:)rA]: the : S. P.. 8. 174; his Literature of the 

chief "authority upon the sie-e of ' Constitution of Maine cited, 8. 

Louisburah. 8. MU2. oD;;; had ttn- 2:;0-242. 

common faeilities. 8. ;lt>L'; edaent.d Benth y. William, his History of 

nn<ler Thomas Prinee. 8. ;;i2-:^);;: .^alem cited, i. 204(i. 

])is a<-count of tlie ^ie^■e. 8. .M;;-:;"-'.: Benton. Hon. Thomas H.. 8. Vt2, 93, 

mentb.ned. 4. 2:.f, ; 5. xlvii ; 5. l:;, 'J7-bX). K'-. Gr,(i. 424. 442.. 

174/i; 8. 11(>; his American Bioura- Berber. Margaret, widow of Philip, i. 

])hv, cited, i. 27; 2. 1^^. 4',i)(; 3. 277. 

2S.1 ;]n(i/i : 5. iruhi. OlDf. :]2S/(, :J:]4//. 1 Pliilip. arrived at Fjilmouth. i. 2.0. 

3::!7'; 6. 17:;h. 17'.';). l>",r,7. [''m; \ ;]T.t; death of. i. :.;77; sou oi. i. 2_7J. 

Jli>t..ry of Xew Hamjisldre. cited. ' Philip jr.. .son of Philip, i. 277; 

I. ;j"i. sO. 1*11); 2. llii. )i. ')\(i, ■"■2a. death of, I. 277. 

50/i. ii</(; 3. o4?i; 5. 17ii;i. L'n4». l'47h. Berjon. Jean, published a (hart of the 

'2tis«. •:i<X>n: 6. 112n, isln; letter of, eoast of Maine. 7. l'47-24",i. 

cited. 7. 21:3; sernuin of, cited, 4. Berkley, Sir William. 5. 224. 

SilO. -.j&J, o()o. o<;7. ; Berks county. 2. •J'r,. -^'V.). i:<U. 

Bell, a Scotch family name. 6. 14. Berkshire Association. 5. xlvi. 

the Pev. ■ , of Farmington, 4. Berlin. 4. 1 , : 7. 4:;l'. ^ 

;j'.»2. 40n, 404. I Bermudans. the. 9. IS. 

. . of London. 9. :>t1. ' Bermudas, the. 7. 201 ; settled by the 

Belleisie, Sieur Alexan<ler le Borgne ; English, i. :;3; Suaehey wreeked 

de. marrieil Anastatia St. Castine. 7. at. 3. 2S4. 

70. 71, (, 7.'i. >'.'; mentioned. 7. 0. 71h. P>ern, district of, 7. 41. 

BellinLrham. 2. 14.;. \ Bernard. Gov. Sir Francis, 7. 23:3; 8. 

Bellingham, Pichard. C'leeves' letter ' H. 10. 22-/i, 27S. 

to. I. 1G7-170; hi.> summary way of Bernardston. 4. ol4. 

ending religior.s di.spnte'^. i. ;;4."); hiii. 4. ;-;i4. 

councilor, i. :]'V: letter from Ciod- P>erri'cn. John M.. 8. 8.";3. 

frev. g. :;;;7 ; mentioned. 3.7."i; g.377. I Berry. Elislia, 3. '20<. 

Bello'mont, the Earl of, 5. 2U.j, 2'.Ij; 6. 1 George. 3. 17:3: 4- K^-l, 1^0. 

2.')2; 9. ;3. ' Capt. George, 8. -Jo^. 

Bell's edition of Garneau's History of ' John. 2. 212; 3. ISO, 20S. 

Canada, cited. 7. -Hht. -I'.hi. | Jonathan. 3. 1^0. 

Belsh:im. Tliomas. 7. :3>2. \ Joseph, of Georgetown, land deeded 

Belts. svm]>olic, I. 42'); value of among to. 8. bOl. 

the I'ndian.s, i. 4-.">-42tJ; as tokens, Jo.seph, of Scarborough, 3. 100,208. 

3. 400; Beanharnois supplied the Lieut. Josei)h, of Batii. 2. 20s. 211, 

Irxiians with. 7. 02. ! 218. 

BeP.ea family. 9. 10. j Thomas, killed at the battle of Fal- 

Beiuan. John. 7. ■,<). I moutli, i. 20."))). 

B.-niis. . of Livermore. 4. ."02 i Westljrook.s- l>0; m<jved to Machia.s, 

B.idM.w. H. iiry C, 5. .3.7s. ; 3-_ '7S. 

Bendall. Philip, signed petition of ' Major .5. 3^1. 

Ma.-suchusetts, 5. 24U. | 



on 



:^!AIXi: HISTORICAL SOCIETV. 



Berwicl-r, En^rlnnd. i. '.''<'i'>n. 

M.ii'.K', Inniivrly a part of l'iscat:i- 
qna, i. V i ; iin^ir Plaisteil, asso- 
i-iatr for, I. ITii; formerly a jiart 
of Kittery. i.-JC'.'; 4. -JtiJ; sotilirs 
move to LiiUi-rirk. i. -"Il'T : tlio Kev. 
.Icniniah Wise lived in. i. '-"A^: 5. 
liv; i\.v ];«.'V. XatlKiiiirl Loi.l 
jiioviil to, I. ;!•"(•; foniK ily Nv\v- 
iclnvaunork, 2. lU''. I'etcr ^Vlnlo 
niovoil to. 3. lTi')(; <oiveiiiur Sul- 
li\aii lioni in, 4. .■") ; 6. -}S/< ; di'- 
fviidi'd at l!u' sarriru'i- of one 
family. 4, T-) ; destroyi-'d l)y In- 
dian-. 4. ~,'-]; till' tax of in IT".!. 

4. i'.'T; tax in IT I-'. 4. I'.'T: Wamn 
kejit a tavern in. 4. L'Ti^ ; lii>t 
cliun-li in. 5. liv; French neutrals 
in. 6. '■',i-J: l)ai>tist elinreh forini'd 
i!i, 7. L'L'i^: mentioned, i. •"Joii. -"'^jT: 
2. i:J>- 3. .-J."). IOOh, -M-J, 2i'.': 4. 
1(14. HIT, l.";.j, ■2-i-2,i. •-":•"'. --'iiT, L".i',», 
olT; 5. xxivr 7. ■.'l.'d. i;'i.'."i. :;>.'). 

academy, establisjied. 8. l-'n. IC-J: 
]a-e('eptor.s of. 8. Idli-lf,.]; kuid 
irrant to, 8. lO'J: closed for want 
of fnnd.s, 8. ]tc': lMj<iuest from 
jion. .loiin Ta-rd. 8. ln-J; aid from 
tiie state, 8. 1(J.'): uruduatc from, 

8. ic;j. 
Berzelins. Joliann Jacob. Baron, 6. 411. 
Ues-sain's. gre Ba.sliaba. 
Best, Klias. 7. ;jo:i. 

Martin. 9. oTl. 
Bcliiam's l>aroneta'_''e. cited. 5. 'J'l'^n. 
Bethel, fi.rriieily Sudbury. Canada. 4. 

oO'.ht, M-'.'.t; Kev. Paul Coifin in. 4. 

30'.i; Indian raid ui)on, 9. ibJ; men- 

lioned, 4. 2S4«, ;>JT, oSG; 7. oT>; 8. 

Mt, ;;i;s. 

Bellnna-. Father , 8. 2TG. 

Betsabes, .sf-c liaslialta. 
Betsebes, .«fe Bashaba. 
Betteruient Act and Laws, 6. 50; 9. 

'J':'). 

Belts. . 8. riTO. 

Beverid^e, William, 7. 44S. 

Beverly. Peter Morreil"s fainilv moved 
to,' I. ;;i:]; Xafiianiel Wa'llis .lied 
in. I. ;;1Tj(: mentioned. 2. 144: 6. 

;j:^^, :ji;4; 7. m, .•;(■.'.•, ;3T1. oT-j. 

Lenox, testitied against Andros. 5. 

•2t)S. 
Bobert. History of A'ir<j;inia cited, 

5. L'T'./O 

Bianeunrt. Charles do, sent to Europe 
for si-ppiies. i. :^(;; 8. '■',■22; returned 
to I'ort Poyal and assumed control, 
I. I'fJ: 8. .'.•J2: lirst sent to America. 
1. 4-.'^; accused Biard of as>istirr.i 
C■.^]>t. .\ru;ail, i. b;i: a son of Pon- 
triiirourt, 'd..',22; iiis a^e in ICiin. 8. 
Sl'L'; o].](ose(l tiie mcddlin:; of tlie 
Jesuits. 8. :'j22. '-'j'S): married an In- 
dian, 7. 4(J; follow, il by .le-iuit-'. 9. 
8S; became a wiuulcrcr, 9. 'J6; death 



of, 9. OS: left La Tour as Ids W^^v,- 

t<'nant. 9. '.iS-'.t'.'. 
Biand, Faiiur. .vc Bianl.lVi'c. I'i'ire. 
Bi ird. Pere, Pierre, >enr to Port lloyal 

by Madam (tUcrcheviUe. i. ■J'i. -'i"./;. 

4l'S; 8. o22; returned to France, i. 

2>>n: visited tlie Caimibas. i. 4--",i; 

6. L'i><: met liy (^)uantin and Du Thet, 
1. 4l.".l: landed on the Penob-,ot. i. 
i;'n; 7. ." s ; near tiic F.tclienn::-. i. 
4;;n; accused of assisliny,- Arad. r. 
4ol; caused Mcmberrou to be taken 
to Port Royal, i. 4:;i-4:;-_': left an 
inllueiice amonu' the Indians, i. 4o;J; 
at Mount Desert. 6. -JUS: at Castine, 

7. -•"■); carried to Virginia. 7. L'^: 8. 
.'ji.",i: at .Sa;;-,id;dioc. 7. .■;o."i. :;o.",)) ; 
Conceived tl;e i'b-a of i>laniin'4 a 
cok)ny at Poit P.owil. 8. '■]2-2: set 
out for Kadcstjuit, 8. ;)■_'"): ur.ued to 
visit Asticou. 8. .>i'4: ^ave up his 
I)lan to visit Kadesquit. 8. :j:.'"): place 
he settled at, 8. :Vi."): with Ar.ual on 
his second visit north, 8. oJ'.t-ooO; 
his Relation cited, i. :2sS, 4;j(:i; 7. 

Bickford. Georfce, signed petition to 
Massachusetts, 5. l'41. 
Thomas. 3. 110; in the p:arrison at 
Black Point, 1. -221 n: signed peti- 
tion to Cliarles 11, r. 4ii-_'. 
Bicklu'tm, \Viiliam, a referee in R. 

Jordan's will, i. .">5o. 
Bickton, Waymouth, sitjned the peti- 
tion to Charles 11, i. 4'r2. 
Biddeford. England, birthplace of 
Jolin Parker, i. ".i'l': mentioned, 
I. -jo'di: 3. I'O; 4. 2:;',i. 
Maine, John Parker died at. i. P.02; 
home of Lsaac Davis, i. :]i>'.»: peo- 
ple from settled in Linu'rick, i. 
327; Gov. James Sullivan lived 
in, I. o27/i: 2. 20] a: 4. -J: 5. xxv; 
6. 48;i; the Piev. Samuel Etnery 
died in, i. ;14S; formerly the 
property of Vines and Oldham. 2. 
73a. 4S/(: in the Plough patent, 3. 
3"-'; Whitfield preached in. 3. IiI'Im; 
French neutrals sent to. 3. ITi'kkG. 
24"J; manufactures in. 4. i-'T : com- 
pared to Kittery, 4. 2trJ: the Rev. 
Paul Cottin tauuht .sidiool in, 4. 
242; court hehl at, 5. xxiv; men- 
tioned, I. 44; 2. 24?i, i:is. i;;>.) 
141, 140: 3. 103. 210; 4. 1'43. 24'.t,i 
270, 273, 21)3; 5. xxiv; 6. .'.4; 7. 
220; 8. 4"j0; History of, .sr'.- Fol- 
som, George. 
Biddle, Pdchaid, Memoir of tlu- f ab- 
ots cited, 5. 14'j/i. 14Syi, K'.Mu; 7. 
130/i, 13:'.)). 
Bi;^c'lo\v, Abiiah, 6. 70/i. 
Jacol). 3. 2'j2. 
Tiioiiias. 8. 3S'.i, 441. 
'i'imoiliy, of (Iroton, 6. 02n. 
Major Timothy, to accompany Ar- 



INDEX TO COLLECTION; 



27 



jiold. I. 50i"i; to luiiitr up Pl"il- 
visii'iis, I. 47;'.. 474: AinoUrs let- 
ter t».>. I. 474; iiuutioiu'd. i. ."ilO, 
5-'4. 
tlio Kev. . preached iu Batli, 2. 

r.ij: islnnd. S. "17. 

Bigot, .Taqiies, missionavy at Kenne- 
bec. I. 4:U: iu llie ex]H'ditioH 
airainsr Now Kii'^land. i. 4:'.4; liis 
family, i. 4:)4: liis home ami man- 
ner e*f life. I. 4."..'). 
Vincent, at Penoliscot. i. 4o4. 
I3i,LiOts. the. I. 4;;'>: 7. ;">S: scanty in- 
formation concerning, i. 4o4; letters 
of, cited. 6. 'Jl'-^n. 
Biguatns.. si-v Bauaduce. 
Biguyduce. Major, said to have lived 
at Castine, 6. lo7-10S; only au- 
thority for the statement. 6. los. 
peninsula. 5. 'Z^'>a: meaning of. un- 
known, 6. li'7. iM'.'/i: honiu of 
Castine. 6. Ill: passage from to 
Mount Desert. 7. 114. ll-'j; coins 
found near, 6. 114; see Baga- 
diuc. 
Bilboa. tish sent to. i. .",:;>. 
Billerica. 2. 14t', ; 4. ::<■,.",. ;i42. 
Billing. Ann. adnu^'nished to live ■with 
her husliand. i. ;377-o7S. 
Jolm. lived unideasantly v\ith his 
wife. I. ;;77. 
BillinLTs. the Bcv. Oliver, 4. 302. 
Billin^;>'jate. 7. 4';i_'. 
Bill of credit. 9. ■'/■). 
Bill of rights, the. 7. I'l.j. 
l>ill, Biciiard, siuucd treaty of 1714, 

6. 25.S: aiitogrujih of, 5. 'JoS. 
Bingham. 4. ;j;i>. 

the Hon. .lames 11.. 8. 4.j(). 
land, hy William Allen, 7. 351-,300. 
purchase, i. '(i'.". 

William, a -wealthy patriot, 7. 3.>4, 
350: his purchase of Gen. Kn'>x, 
7. 3";4; consiik-rations of the 
same. 7. o')i-'-]'j'j ; a few settlers 
obtained, 7. 3.">-">: other large e.s- 
tates. 7. 3."-."): children of. 7. 3-jO: 
died in Bath. Kimland. 7. 3.'j.j: his 
payment unknown. 7. 3.")-"J: settlers 
obtained deeds. 7. 3-J.j; his claims 
forfeited, 7. 3.".>; did jjay his jnir- 
cliase money. 7. oofj; did not 
receive full payment from the 
settleis. 7. 3-''') ; his agents to sell 
to others. 7. 307: the alfair ami- 
cably settled. 7. 3.jS; sent J.dm 
Black as his aueut. 7. 3.j^-3'/.'; a 
good investment. 7. 3."»'.'-3Gi). 
Birch abundant .it .Moo.-ehead lake. i. 

4o.J. 
Bircktield. M.. signed treaty of 1714, 

6. 'J'>>: autouriijdi of. 6. 2o.S. 
Biid.-^eye. the Bev, Xatlian. 5. Iv?;. 
Biscaie rugs at Mouhegau. 5. 17-;. 



Bisho]). (Tcorirc. 2. 7(''.'7. 

UeiU>en, muiMi'icd McCormic. i. 407. 

]s]is. . oi Hristol, 7. 40'J. 

Bishop's Bible. 4. t'.S. 

college, 7. 43:'>. 
Bishopscotte river, now the rojoiv 

scot. I. 4o,(. 
P.itteford. .n-. >■ Biddeford. 
Bixby, Solomon. 4. 3<',',i, 400. 
Mrs. .^ohimoii. 4. 3,7.">. 

Blacev. , married Abigail Inu'cr- 

soll", I. 311. 
Blackberry Hill. Baptist church 

formed at, 7. 2_'2. 
Blacketli. Kdward, signed treatv of 

1714. 6. 2.'is: auto<:raph oi. C. ::.")S. 
Black island. 7. 10. ' 
Black John, nickname for John Ltl>by 

2d. 3. 14(t». 
Black, John, .-cut to Maine as clerk 
for Binirham. 7. :'.')^-:;.'.'.i: married 
__ Cobb, 7. :•.">■. I-;]' ;o: second 
marriage. 7. 3."/.*: deatii of. 7. 35vi, 
oGU; had a sub-agent. 7. 3tpO. 
Mary, daughter of Samuel, 3. 214; 
nnirried iJicbard King. 3. L'14; 
children of, 3. 214-21-''; death of, 
3. 210. 
Point, granted to Thomas Cam- 
mock, i. 47. >0. S'lJi. 120. :,:;:): 3. 
12; honu" f)f Henry Jocel\ n. i. -''K 

02. 70. 77. >4;j. l''i'«, 173-17-".. 177. 
2:jO: 2. tUf/. 7.-'.'. 7'.'": 3. }'■'. ■'>'K :.-'>, 
S22»: 9. 2"'.': John Wilkiusi-n, 
constalde of. I. >s: 3. 3,7; the 
pe<'lde of in favor of \'in>.s. i. 
(12: home uf Gile> i:<;beri<. i. V'5; 
a ]iart of I.ygcnia. i. '.'7: 3- -3n : 
court held at. i.;'--: 3. -4I. 7'^; ln.une 
of Jonas Bailey, i. bd,,: submit- 
ted to the juri?diction of 3Iassa- 
chusetts, I. Kit'.: 2. iuU'.Mn: 3.-j3, 
47; presented for not attem'iing 
the order (>f the court, i. l'^4, 
1^'); home of James Koliiii-..n. i. 
I.s7; Jocelyn's ])ro]>erty mort- 
gaged at. i.'lits; home of J'>hua 
t«cottow. I. 11'.'. ::ol. •_'7't: a ies.,>rt 
for fi.-^hcrmen. i. 201; de-i-ribed 
by John Jocelyn. i. L'o.;. .:,."jO; 
3.' 20n; home of John Mills, i. 
209; home of Elias Oakman. i. 
1:00; 3. 7<j ; Anthony B';;ekett 
escaped to. i. 2l'4; attacked by 
Indians, i. 22'). L'2'.»: 3. 7-, 112, 
13s, 14(1. 141: 4. 2'.t0: peo).].- of. r. 
22<;/(. 227)(: militia in. i. -L'^: l-'- 
sie-cd by Mu'_'i:. i. •-'::;': peoi-bs 
killed, i". i'L".i; saw nulls ar. i. 
2t;'.t; burned, i. '-."'■Ju : 3- b> : home 
of Henry Watt>. i. 3^-; hon.e of 
Geo. Dearing. i. ■;-4 : H. .b-.-elyn 
a magi.>.trate for. 2. t;3": a touuer 
name for Cammoek"s seiih-ment, 

3. 10. 11; early settiei.- oi. 3. ]'>, 
10, G7, 70, 84; the only pail of 



2S 



MAINK iriSTOKlCAL SOCIETY. 



Black. Point— continued, 

Sc:uli"r('Uj;li sfttlcd. 3. IT); ?(.ino- 
timcs i-:ilK'ii Blue Puiiit. 3. IT, 
IS; ()ri!;in of the nnine. 3. 1>; 
settlers eni:a.i,'ed in fishiuL:. 3- -'1''. 
12<">: settlement ineve;i>e(l r.;|iitlly, 
3. •-".>. :;<>. :l>\ l:]o. It'.'.t; .lorrlvn, the 
jiiiiiripal man in. 3. ;>'. :',:,, :]C,: 
nunili', r (..f faniilies there in ]!'>40. 
3. .■;^. '-^.r. -lohn Jordvn at. 3. 
o'l. s">. .'^7, '.'0, 01; denied the 
juri.-dietiou of Massachusetts. 3. 
4-1: nuinlier of inhabitants in 
I'iTl: 3. 'IT; peojde of scattered 
by the Indians. 3. GT: Quakers 
punished. 3. Td. 71; Joshua Seot- 
tow »'arly purchased land at. 3. 
7-', VVJ: Miidiael Maddiver settled 
at. 3. 74: home of Walter (tou- 
d:dl, 3. 7."): home of Ar;hur 
Bi'o\\ n. 3. 7t'i; lionie i.'I (iod- 
frey .Sheldon. 3. 10: Jolm Bur- 
ra;:.e moved to, 3. SO, SI : num- 
ber of residents prior to 107o, 
3.8:3: different kinds of lish at, 
3. '.d. ','2: extraordinary story con- 



cei'nini;. 3. 



I'o; to fiive a vearlv 



trihutt.' to the Indians. 3. 10:2: en- 
tirely aiiajidoned by the EuLzlish, 
3. 110; return of the inhaliitants, 
3. HI, !]•-'; fort at commandL-d bv 
Lieut. Tipi>en. 3. Ill'; lliu'lit nf the 
Indians. 3. 112, 11:3; friendly In- 
dians at. 3. 11;); ubjeeted to pay 
the expenses of .Scotto\v"s sol- 
diers. 3. 12.j; Scottow enaaued in 
fishin;: at. 3. li'G; presented for 
iiMt havin'_' a ferry. 3. 12s; clay- 
)pit> at granted to .Matthew I.ibliy, 
3. l:;o; fortilicatiun commenced 
at, 3. 1:31, l;3i.'; in a tiourishinfj 
conditi(»n, 3. i;3;3: Major Church 
4ield a council of war at, 3. l;30, 
l:)7; the destruction of reported, 
3. l:]S; luaied relics of the past 
at, 3. 1:;'.',/: Indians attack, 3. 140, 
141: defended by Capt. Larrabee. 
3. HI: Indians retire. 3. 141. 142; 
need a c!».'rLryman. 3. 1".:;. I."*;!; 
lir.vt pieaeher at, 3. i:>:], l."j4; 
(Jeorjre BujTou^dis jireuched at. 
3. l.">0; site of the iirst mcetintj 
house, 3. l.")7; controversy con- 
ceiniii;^' tlie meetinii hou<e. 3. 107, 
l"js; nieetinj^'s held. 3. l-j'.t; jireach- 
ers in. 3. ]."jS-l(J2; school at. 3. 
Ki-^: the eeuier of ])rospe)ity, 3. 
JO'.C sLitiered by two Indian wars, 
3. 170; only one ne\vs]>aper taken 
in. 3. 20.",: mentioned, i. 104-. 2. 
84;/: 3. 1:,. itj/i, 20. o7. r.-^. 77, '.'s. 
KO;/. 104, l(;4/i. 101). 107. 114. 117. 
1-<|, 121, 122. ].")1. ItVi. lii:.'. L'lO, 
211., -21. -sj. 2:;i: 5. ;j2. 11^^. -;;;;. 
2:M, 'Mt- 6. 1.3.S; 9. ;3l2/<, ul-i,i, 



307; Now Trout's Xeck. 9. 209, 

210. 
Point l>av. 3. ir.O. 
Point elmreh, 3. 20.-), 208, 210, 212, 

Point ferry. 3. 100, 21S. 
Point lii:!it. 4. 70. 

Point garrisim, surrender of. 3. 100, 
;>4S: .loeelyn only in temjiorary 
command. 3. loO; oecupanis of. 
3. !H>: Indians soon left alter the 
surrender, 3. Ill: soldiers with- 
drew. 3. l;;s: men reciuired for. 
3. l.Mi; altackeil, 3. \'>'>: Thomas 
Larrabee killetl. 3. I'jt'. 
Point <rraveyard. 3. 1">0. 
Point liarbor, 3, 02. 
Point neek, a plaee for drvini; fish, 

3. 0. 
Point ]iatent, 3. 13, 220; deed in 

full. 3. 2:;o. 
Point river, boundary fif Cam- 
mock's trrant, i. 47;' 3. -20, 2:30; 
no ferrv at. 3. 128. 
Prinee. The, built at Bath. 2. 200. 
Samuel, his dau'j;hter married liich- 

ard Kinu\ 3. 214. 
AVill. hunu-. i. 42. 4:3; 6. 140. 
Blackman, the Kev. Adam, early f?et- 
tler of Stratford, 3. loo; death of, 
3. lb'). 
the Rev. Benjamin, a trustee, i. 
207; had a saw-null at lilack 
Point, I. 2i'iO; 3. It'i7: land con- 
veyed to by Scottow, 3. lo5; 
preached at ScarborouLrh 3. 155; 
a deputy, 3. 155; Scottow" s son- 
in-law, 3. 155; lar<^^e laud-holder. 
3. 155: moved to Saco and then 
to Boston. 3. 155; the son of the 
Rev. Adam, 3. 155; a Harvard 
g'raduate, 3. 155; lived at Maiden, 
■ 3. 155. 
Blacksmith, one wanted l»y the In- 
dians. 4. 18l'; sf'e also Gunsmith. 
Blackstojie. William, 2. 47. 4--; 9. :30S. 
Sir William, his Commentaries the 
only law book of the early law- 
yers. 4. 10; published in Porllaml, 
8. IMJ; cited. 6. 54. 
the Misses. 9. 60. 
Blackstrap. Will., 2. 102. 
Blair family, in Worcester, 6. IC; in 
Warren. 6. 21. 
Robert. 6. -'0. 
Blake, the lion. George, 3. 245-247, 
252. 
Gen. .John. 7. 20. 
the Hon. S. II., 8. 472. 

. of Carrytunk Falls, 4. :340. 

Blanchard, Capt. Andrew, 2. 1^2. 
Benjainiii. 2. 121. 
Dani.-l. 3. 114. 
Blandfru-d. i. S-Un. 

Blarney. John, married Elizabetli 
Purchase, i. 40; 3. ;320/t. 



i>;dl:x to collectioxs. 29 

BlashUvli!, Tlionir\<. 2. 171. 170. | 142. 140. \o\. liU«. loO. lS-2. 200«, 

Blaihwayl, \\-ii;ian!, 3. J^^. tini.. 21;'. 22:5, 22:., J2.;; 7. M-i. 

Bl-.ix roll.' .-'((- iihu-ksiur.o. Poiuf biidi^o. 3. It'-'J/i. 

Bl.^-^-sitr:. tlio. 7. o2'!. I Point forry. 3. 7it. 

i;U'\\ ro.m. .v(.'. K'iio Toinr. , Point nock. 3. t">S. 

Bliss, l\.icvv. on tlir ilclinitioii of ' BlutY hoail, 2. 210. 

Ai'!''i;K 1. 27/.; on ti-.c iloiinition of i island. 3. \0. 

Mrn.'i)i';oiir.f, i. i,,-/.. Blunt, .lohn. ^^nve land to IlaUowcll 

Block l:i-us<.> at Annapolis. 8. 27'.>: at aradoniy. 8. KiO. 

Mni-vniL-. tini;- \'a\. 5. 71. loi; at linad. n'--<' Jk.de. 

Slu'i'i'siMt. 4^ 2i;;. 2jo: ;tt Thoiu- Boailcn. Capt. Ambrosi- (sen. I. si^nod 

astun. 7. ;'.2">; g. 7'-'; at Si. Geor;,'e.s, . j)etitiou to the kinu\ i. >o: took 

7. 02.">: elected iiy tlie Plynioutli 1 an inventory of (reor;.;e n.mlelt'.s 

coniiany. 8. 2o7'i.' ' 1 estate, i. 2l)'.>; killed. i.'j14: -ub- 

islanii, Jo':n Oldiir,:!! kiilel near, i. i niitted to the jurisdietiMU <.i Mas- 

44,,. I saehusetts, i. ".>(■.: 3. Ai>: .e.^ided 

Blodj^et. SetU. S. 210,;. j at Scarl>orout;h or Black P..ii,r, i. 

Biood. the Kev. Caleb. 8. 17-^. i l><On; 3. lo, 10; captain of the 

, ii'.oved to So:i;bL-rouL;li, 3. 140, i ship that lirou.uht Caininoek to 

14(j>). " j America, 3. lo, IC : app<.lnted fer- 

Bh'od.N I'oint. 3. IS/i I rynian, 3. IC. 127; juryman. 3. Iti; 

Pi.ini ;\'.ry. 4. 2'^".. i became blind, 3. 10; later ..wners 

Bloomiiclcl, ' I. ")i>4; separated from : of his farm. 3. H',,;; rLceive<l 

Canaan. 8. 171. ! j^rant from Cammock. 3. 7'.' : trns- 

acadeiv.y, precej-tors of. 8. 171: tee for Scarborough. 3. 1:0. -s.y.]; 

merged into a hi^h SI lionl. 8. 171. ; death of, 3. 10/;; mentioned. 3. 

the jJev. Francis, hi.s Xoriolk cited, , 08??, 212. 

r;. 170j(. j Ambrose jr., subniitted to Massa- 

hipji school. 8. 171. I ehusetts, 3. 47: sold land to John 

Gen. Joseph, g. l^:""., 1^4. j Tenney, 3-74, 7."); sold his farm to 

Blossom, The. commanded by Stephen ; Xathan Bedfc.rd, 3. 7'J: men- 

Ileac'ck. 5. l:;.';. ];](>. ' ; tioned. 3. 10/;. 

Bi )iini, Sir Cluistopher. executed for Henry, signed petition to Charles 11. 

hie'u tivasnii. ?.. 71'). i i- 402. 

Blue Kill, 4. :J24; called Kolle;^^e- Boadcn's Point, 3. ](h. 

wid^ewock. 4. lo."^.. Jk.ardman. George Dana, 8. 171. 17;). 

Hill aTademy incorporated. 8. 107; Herbert, 4. oKJ. ol 1. 

land <xranted to. 8. li'>7; funds of, : the Bev. Sylvanus, 4. ;>"j; 8. 17S. 

and buihliui;-. 8. 107: 'preceptors ! Walter, 4. :;o:]. 

of, 8. 107; cost of tuition, 8. 107. \ Board of commissioners for the 

Hill bay, 6. llo. i United Colonies, 9. liH. 

mountains, prubal.lv seen by Way- \ Bode. Henry, appointed commis- 

nioTuh. 5. -"Ji:;. .)14. I ' sionOr, i. 'Jl; refused to a<-t. i. HI ; 

Puini, iionie of Klrhard Foxwell. i. to survey Wells, i. o42; conveyed 

Clin. 17.'ii; 3. 14: included in Ly- land to John Wheehvri-ht. i. :j44, 

gonia, I. 'J7; subni;tteil to Massa- ;j."j2; accepted the title ot Tiiomas 

ehusetts. I. 10-"). :;>•": 3. 40.; to be Gorges, i. o'j')\ comniis>ioinr tor 

called .Scarburou-h. i. lUO, :5S7; ■ Wells, i. ;]0.); selectman, i. :;i'.l : one 

3. 47; home of IKnry Watts, i. ; of the lirst settlers of Well>. i. :;t;L' : 

VAhi; depredation- ul the Indians as>istant. i. :;0S ; signed the petition 

at. I. 2l:J; home of James Kobin- to Cronnvell, i. .J'.).'). 

son, 3. 20;.', SO; home of John Bodiish, Betsey, daughter of \ym- 

Ashton. 3. 2l/(. ~'>. S2; Jona. jdias, n)arried Chase. 4. 4»>4. 

Bailey lived ami died at, 3. 20, 7;); ' Mercy, daughter of Xymphas. 4.;;i.',.. 

people of engaged in agi icnllure. Xymi>has. visited by Paul Collin. 4. 

3. 20; number of families at, 3. ;>l.'i; married the daugiiter of 

ys'.i; liome 01 Jos.ph I'hii.pen. 3. Majm- Goodwin, 4. ;;i."): men- 

72, T2/i, 7;i; home of Hilkiali tioued, 4.:H0, ;U'J, 371. o7-'. 401,404. 

Bailey, 3. 74; fit-o. Dearing set- Mrs. Nymj.has, 4. ;;i.'). 

tl'jd at, 3. ~i: Jolin J;u:ks<ui set- Bogwell, Georgu, killed at Falmouth, 

tledat, 3. 74: an (.idinary at, 3. i. ;>t2. 

"iP; Gyles Barge settled at. 3. Si, , I'.ohannov,-, Jolin, 3. ISO. 

82; residents of before 107."», 3. liohiin, 5. \lv. 

?:;; Gen. Chuich at. 3. I.'IO; gairi- • ]3<..h-s, Antipas, imrchased title of the 

Son at, 3. blS; mentioned, 3. 2'<, 1 j'lynuiuth Colony, i.41; one of the 

3s, 70, 7'J, 100/t, 101, 104, lO.'j; l.J7, j Kennebec purchaseis, 2. 20.J, 270. 



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MAINE III>TOi:iCAL SOCIETY 



r.oilors. tliP. 9. !•). 

J'.r.inlly. 3. ;n>:. 

B'^H's, Samml, 5. 65. 
\Vi.. 2. 4ii. 

B».ll-.i. .Icliii, 4. 5(). 

iiullis. Jcscpli. copied deeds for Roli- 
fit JJodtli, I. :]'>'^>: oi>inmi>si(«iK>r, 
I. o.")S; cU'ik of writs, i. ;;t'>l; an 
early settlor of Wells, i. ;;t;i. 
Nat'iaii. 4. •"'<■.. 

Bolster, ("ajit. Abraham, 4. oOo.jooS, 
or.it, ;;s^. 

Boiaazeen, told of the French hatred 
of tlie En.ulish, i. --'--T: hi> wife 
ca]itured. 2. lUT: killed. 2. l'.'-^: ex- 
plained the reliirion taught to him, 
5. ITGu: before the walls of I'ema- 
quid, 5. -'••^4: seizud, 5. •_'^4, I's:,. i'->s: 
iu i)rison, 5. "_'>>: siirni-d the treaty 



244. 



■^lUnum 111, 



of 171:^. 6. 
2-'>4: menlit 

B(.inai)arTe, XajiDleon. 7. 410. 
Bonavt-nture, the, 2. tis/i ; 7. TS. 

island. 7. 41). 
Bond, Ehas, 7. 28o. 

Ensi;in Francis, son of Thomas, 6. 
64u. 

Isicholas, his wife assaidtcd, i. ."69; 
to receive damages, i. oTU: sii,-ned 
the petition to ^lassaehusctts, 5. 
240. 

Thomas, corporate memlier of the 
Maine Historical .Society, i. 11; 
birth of, 6. 64)r, Lrraduated from 
Harvard colle<ie, 6. 64/; : held 
pnblic olhcc, 6. (Uh: married 
Lucretia Page, 6. 64m: rjuldren 
of. 6. 64»; commenced jtractice in 
Hallowcll, 6. 6:;: character and 
ability of. 6. 60. 64; death of, 6. 
04, 64»; children of. 6. 64i(; men- 
tioned, 6. 41; 7. 2S4, 4.'>S, 4.0'J. 

Bonferc, Ensiirn . 8. '-'m. 

Boni^hton. Elinor, oujlty of bastardy, 
I. I'JO; ])unished. i. ^JTT. 

John, sued by Gibson, i. ."iH; a noto- 
rious character, I. >4. r.iO. 101; 3. 
IS, 10; tiniMJ. i. s4,/: 3. 1^; lived in 
Saco, 1. M.">, 14:;. is.j, :;6s; entered 
a comi)!aint against the town, i. 
142; the controversy, i. 142; ])rice 
set on his head, i. lbl?i, .'lO"-: 3. 
10; action against, 1. IS."*; paiil 
liis daugiiters line, i. lOO. oil; 
son of Eiehaid, i. lOOy,-. 3. ]s; his 
house burned, i. 2b); outlawed, 
X. ."^iis: 3. is^ I'.); to be taken to 
Boston. i.:;6S; disturbed Foxwell, 
3. IS; obIi;j,cd to pay the co.sls. 3. 
l.S; declare<l a rebel, 3. IS, 1>»; 
Oliposed the juri--dietion t;f Mas- 
sachusetts, 3. 44/(, 61; mentioned, 
1. o'.tO. ;;;i7; 3. 61. 

patent, a divi.sou of recommended, 
1. 14;3. 



I'ichard, received a grant on the 
J>aco river, i. 44. TO, lT.'>/i; 3. IT; 
died. I. 44; on the ease of ("leeves 
1-.S-. Winter; i. 54; ci>uueilor, i. 
I'-hi, ;342, ;>64, ;}(i6-o(>8, '-■■]:',■. court 
lield at his house, i. >4, 541; g. 
o'tO; a commissi'.uu'r f(U- (ior^es, 
I. ^S; 3. .'Ill; daugliter married 
Foxwell. I. 1T5/j: oriL-innl jMientee 
of Saco. I. 100; liou>c (iestroyovi 
by Indians, i. 21:1: submitted to 
Massachusetts, i. :J'^("l; iuclinetl to 
the (,'hurch of England, i. 547; 
sent Foxwell to Blue Point, 3. 17; 
father of John, i. I'.'O; 3. ]S; men- 
tioneil, I. V-i, :j42. 545; 3. 18, 10, 
40; 5. I'.iS. 

Bonn, 7. 4;;2. 

Bonney, Joel, millwriglit, moved to 
Maciiias, 3. 178; land granted to, 3. 
170. 

Bonnybeag pond, 4. 10 k 

Bonny Eagle pond. 2. I4l. 

Bonython, .xc- Bonigiiton. 

Bon.vton, Amos, 3. ISO. 

Booking, Henry, lived at Black Point, 
3- ••"o. 

Boomazeen, .see Bomazeen. 

Boone, liichard, signed jietition to 
Massachusetts, 5. 241. 

Boothliay, part of ("aiieanawhagen. 2. 
S^'m; ])eople of ordered to relin- 
quish their riglits to the states, 2. 
202; formerly Tounsnml or Pen- 
tecost harbor. 5. :j14, ;;'.S; 6. .18, 
156, 156));, 161. :J10: \isited by 
Townsend, 5. :)14; ceded to Mc- 
Cobb, 6. IS; the McCobbs the 
leaders of the emigration to, 6. 
10; I'l-esbytcrians in. 6. 10; church 
established at, 6. :!4, 155, 150; the 
principal plantation in Devon- 
shire, 6. 155; overrun by savages, 
6. 1.55; reservatitm for the church, 
6. 155; the Kev. llobert Uunlap 
resided in, 6. 155; made applica- 
tion for a minister. 6. 156; oriixin 
of the name. 6. 156/1 ; tlie Kev. 
John Murray arrived at. 6. 156, 
157; left witliout a ministei. 6. 
157; the Bev. John Muriav re- 
turned to 6. 15S; revival at. 6. 
150; the people of disti-essed dur- 
ing the Kevolution, 6. 161; sent 
delegates to tjui Provineial Con- 
gress, 6. 161. 16)2; (ren. Eitiigow 
had much property at, 6. 054; op- 
posed the leaving of Murray, 6. 
165, 166; lie left. 4. I61'.; cluirch 
l)eo))le at, 6. !'.»'.);/; (iermans settle 
at, 8. 21;;; 9. 85; lui-iitioned, 4. 
.3;]0; 5. -JUL'//, .■;4>; 6. b'.s; 7. ;j7.s; 8. 
2S7; 9. bU. 
liarbor, not Pentecosr harbor, 6. 
20^; how foriiied., 6. IJID. 311; 
diieclion ^Vevmoulh would have 



INDEX TO COLLECTIONS, 



31 



taken from, 6. 311; prob-.iMy 
visitoil by ^Voylll(>utll. g. bViii; 
iiuiiti<iiu'(!. 5. 'J')Oii; 6. o04, ;-;oi"., 
oil-': 9. loT. 
Boothl.y. H.iuy. 3. i:,',t. 20<. 

Jiisopli, liinur.iiihii-iil iiolice of. 3. 



and 



Pop- 
2'Jl ; 



Sainiu'l, biotirapliioal notice of. 3. 

Dootli. J. Wilkes. 7. 270. 

Marv L., lier transLitioii of Martin's 

History of France eiteil. 7. 4"J«. 
Kobert. member of the Liironia 
assembly, i. ii'.»; lived at Saco. 
I. 100;;; submitted to Massachu- 
setts, I. inn,!: his recoril> attcstLil. 
I. .■".">-■]; signed tlie i)t'titi(in to 
Cromwell, i. ■■;'.)4. 
Siiiu>n. atte^tetl Kobert Bootli's 

ni-nrds, !. ;;.").•;. 
Thomas, lined for profanity 
slander, i. :'.74. 

Boot. Jesse. 4. 55. 
•Jesse jr., 4. 55. 

Bordeau.x. lish sent to, i. 551: 
bam"s colonists arrived at. 3. 
mentioned, 2. ;3Ta; 3. 2^^ 
7. 410. 
river, 3. '_"*7. 

Bordeneau. Ant., 7. 71 h. 

Borland. Frans. sit^ned treaty of 1717, 
6. L'lil; aiitoLcraph of, 6. 2ij1. 

Borowes. 3. 21?(. 

Boscowen, 4. 2S.'7. iOS. 

Bossuet, Jacijues H»''ni^ne. 7. 44^. 

Boston, a slave who served in the 
llevolution. 3. 204; 7. 2o».>, 2;J0«. 
Enjiland, i. 45, o55;*; 6. :;21. 
Mass.. Greeidcaf s Statistical Views 
published at, i.o; Sullivan's His- 
tory published at, i. 5: settlers 
from Winter Harbor went to, .1. 
45; John Jocelyn at, i. 50; 3. S7, 
1»0, <)1, US: Allisefs depo>iti<>u 
given in, i. (');;« ; Mrs. Mai'wortli 
moved to. i. 70. 12S. r_".t. l'IT. 250: 
Gcorjre Clec'vcs in, i.'d. '.•5. l^yj: 
Joi'dan iiujaixmcd iti. i. Iol-; 3. 
44: 6. \-<j. iMi: }<ei.i,k- of .M:une 
summoned to court in, i. I'M; 
J<->sei)h rhijjpeu came from, i. 
IbJ; home of John Phillips, i. 
121, 15:!. 25'^; home of Kobert Cor- 
liin, I. 121; Geo. Munjoy moved 
to. I. 124. 255. 25t;; Jai'nes An- 
drews moved to. i. 12^, 12;*. 217. 
31,15, iil'.t; Abraham Aflams moved 
to. 1. ]2(<; Walter Merry resided at. 
I. 141?; Josi di Willes resided at. i. 
14f),(; tile Fir.-t Cliuich of Ijecame 
part owner of fireat Chcbeatr. i. 
147, 15:): fJeo. Jewell drowned in 
tlie liarltor of, i. 14>: home of 
Hanmdi HalbKri, i. 14'.'; home 
of ];dw;u-d 'I'yi'.'j;. I. 150, ;;ii;: 
Mary Munjoy baptized in, 1. 15o;(; 



home of Farnum. i. 154: home 
of ];i> liard Callicot, i. M.;: C.ds. 
Cartwri^ht and Nichols in. i. 17^!; 
the Kev. John Wheelwright in. i. 
lS2ir. Samuel Maverick in, i. 
]S2»; Geo. I'earson in. i. I'.'O/, ; 
Joshua Scottow in. i. T.''^: ,nid his 
death in. 2. i;:;7" ; iionu' of S:iniiiel 
Pow>l:ind. 1.20.",,,: .M:ii-> \l:u;:n 
died in. i.2v>7/': home ol Henry 
Crown. I. 20S; home of J(din 
Mills. I. 2011, 214/*: the Al-ers 
moved to, i. 214/1 ; home of John 
Milliken. 1.214)/: sent ].ro\isions 
to Falmouth, i. L'i'2/y: Mnt:^- held 
as a hostaiic in. i. 2i-'-^: <Tindall 
tried for treason in. I. i:".! : home 
of John Emlicott. i. 24>: home of 
James En-lish. i. 24s: .Mrs. .Mac- 
worth died in. i. 25u; hoine of 
Indies, I. 25-_'/i; Burroughs im- 
prisoned in. I. 2t)4; lleiu'v Har- 
wood moved to. i. 27": Uonie of 
Bozoun Allen, i. L'70: Peter Bow- 
doin moved to. i. 27'i: Stephen 
Bowdoin moved to, i. L'77: Philip 
Bretton moved to, i. l'77: honie 
of John YouniT. i- 277: :i litic of 
packets between there and Fal- 
mouth. I. 27S; 4. 4<j; St(.ui;htou 
at, 1.2-^0; otlicers from tne torts 
sent to. i.2'Jl ; prisoners takeii t.>, 
i.:!02; home of Kichard Piillin, 
i.oOij; home of Jose]>li Maylievr. 
I. ;oO<j; luune of the widow 
Harvey, i. ;)os; Thomas Cioice 
died in. i. SO-^: the widow Clarke 
died in, i. :Jo-J; Syl values Davis 
died in. i. -i'HV: home of Joseph 
Calef. I. ol2; home of Stei)hen 
Cross, I. ;j1;j; of John Orris, i. 
."14; of Isaac Pierce, i. iUl: of 
William Walter, i. ;]17: James 
York died in. i. '-'A^: tlie Kev. 
John Wheelwri<i'ht b.tnished fn>m, 
I. o41: the Hutchinsons in, i. 
;UL'/(: the Kev. Jonatli;in (.iieen- 
leaf moveil to. i. :;5-_': John Baker 
a resident of. i.;J5ii; John Doni'^h- 
ton to i)e sent to. i. ;;i;>: Geo. Gar- 
land and the widow Hitchcock to 
be trietl in, i. •M'-'r. home of ICol'ert 
Nash, I. o>.J. :js4: all cases of ap- 
pieal tried in to be paid for. i. 
li^tj; invaded the rij^hts oi Maine, 
I. 4o*J; Dreuillett made tv,-o jour- 
neys to. 1. 4'-'/-): deputtition of In- 
dians to. I. 440. 441: ship arrived 
at from Quebec, i. 4^i; David 
Thompson lived on :in i'^la.n I in 
the htirbor of. 2. 4>^(( n; TlKsina-i 
Gor;,'es arrived at. 2. 5'„'i' : < nj.t. 
Walter Norton sold oxc-n in, 2. 
50/i; survivors of t!ie >i;irra;ian- 
si;tt war to meet at. 2. b';i;. i:>7; 
Sir William Phii»ps uioved to, 2. 



MAINE Ill>TOinCAL SOCIETV 



Boston, Mnss. — contiiuu-*!. I 

l,':Vi, i*:;i; 9. <>: Alirahain .li>.i^lyn ; 
niovoil to, 3. t'>S; lioiuc ^'i Ui'Ik-ccu 1 
ScarK't. 3. Tn; John I'alnu'r iii"Vfd ; 
to, 3. S-; liuliaii treaty oi JT-'O j 
exL'1-nli.'i.l at, 3. I'y2: lirst troops : 
to oiiti-r iluiiii'j; the Kov.-Uuion. 3. ' 
JtUi; evacuatcil l«y llowo. 3. I'.'T; 
lioiin.' of Simuel ^\'al^lo. 3. iv'-'j, 
oOG: John .loiu's imiuisoiu'd in, 

4. 4^]; coasters to ami iroui tho ; 
Kc'iiiU'beo, 4. 4(>; Slu-epscot rt-o- I 
orils lost in tlie tiro at. 4. 210, ( 
22s, I'^O; Now York to sond a I 
sloop to. 5. U; Antiii>ny Brock- | 
hulls' lot tor to. 5. 11-14:" first fort ; 
built at. 5. r.»T; uinihuill at used 
by people of PenuKiuid. 5. -04; 
g.' oOS; .Jocolyn's oiiinion of. 5. 
2jo: lu>nio of (,'ai)t. Tiionias Lake, [ 

5. 'J.")o; the annexation of I'emi- ; 
quid to advised. 5. I'li'i; the nnni- i 
ber of Maine reius,'ees iu to bo \ 
ascertained. 5. "iT-^: the i^roat uuns ' 
of renvMiuid brouLiiit to. 5. l!TS; 
Bomazeen sent to. 5. -.'.s:, ; Indians 
in prison at. 5. i'>T. -''^>: .*?lieeiv 
scot John sent as mediator at. 5. 
2ST, 2S8: Indian ])risoners to be 
beheaded. 5. 2'Jl: Capt. Brock- 
bolls taken a prisoner at. 5. 2',»4; 
lumber sent to, 5. 20'J: a company 
of Scotch-Irish arrive at. 5. 11, 
12; lirst Piesbyterian so.jety at, 

6. 12, 1;^., 31, 32; spinning- wheel 
contest in, 6. 14: lime shipped to, 
6.20.21 : Albert Gallatin arrived at, 
6. 'J'j. 102: Cadill ic on tlie oaprure 
of. 6. 2S4, 2ST; Cadillar"s account 
of, 6. 2>o. 2>(»; the prineipal city of 
New Enirland in 17-13. 6. 328; 7. 
213; separatists iu. 6.3^4: .lames 
li proclaimed kin<4 in. 7. 53; 
alarmed by the depredations of 
Audross at Pemitiuid. 7.00; war 
with Canada declarci at. 7. •")',•; 
D"Il)orville planned an expedition 
atrainst, 7. iJT; St. (/asiine in 
l)rison at. 7. >4: Samuel Maverick 
very useful at, 7. 140; exasperated 
by Andrciss, 7. lo'J: slaves in, 7. 
210; opposed the slave trade, 7. 
211; slave trade lucrative in, 7. 
2lL^ 213; Baptist churrh estab- 
lisheil in, 7. 2:::3: French Ueet 
sent to captur.'. 7. 125: defenses 
stren;,'th«.ned, 7. 1"_'5; (iermm set- 
tlers arrived at. 8. 213: (4en. Wins- 
low embarkeil at. 8. L'24 ; a place 
of ctdture iu tlie bsth century, 9. 
To, TO; c<jru carried to for 1,'rind- 
in;.^, 9. 30s; no ravein in, g. 3' 18: 
site of tiie v. ininiill in. 9. 3o>/i; 
alarmed by the mo\'-ments of 
(iodfrey, 9. 323. 320; circulated a 
peatiju iu Maiue to a.^k Massa- 



chusetts to K'"'^"'''"" thoni, 9. 320; 
nuMLTer reports sent lo by Lover- 
ett, 9. :'.2it. 3:;o,i. 
Assoeiation formed to pntmote 
American manufa<'vure>. 4. oT, 
0^: (hu k manufactured \<y. 4. uS. 
AtlKMr.eum, 5. Ixii ; 6. l:;3/i. 
bay, 2. 4 b/. 
circuit. 7. 227. 
Comnioii, 4. ■)'>\. 
Courier eiteil, 5. 220ii. 

lire. 4. 3'. to. 
Ga/.ette. 7. 213; 8. 230, 233. 
harbor, Cadillac's account of, 6. 
2^4-28G; mentioned, 2. 0:^/!; 8. 
22'.)/!. 
Journ d cited, 5. 230;i. 
Xev.s Letter i-iied. 5. 3S4.(, 3So; 7. 

212; 8. llS; 9. 02, i, 01. 
Batriot cited. 3. 244. 
Post boy cited, 8. 131, V.]:>. 130. 
Presbytery, 4. b")(i; formed, 4. 3(5; 

members of. 4. 30. 
records cited, i. I'OTu. 
siege of. 2. 140. 
Tr.iveler, 5. 3o3. 
BostLiiiians. 7. 341; 9. 3-jO. 
Botany bay, 6. SO. 
Boueh"ette!i Col. Josepli, 8. '^O. 
Bouden, Ambrose. 3. lln, lln: iu the 

garrison at Black Point, i. 'S^lu. 
Boudrin. (Jlaud, 5. 342. 
John. 6. 342. 
Joseph, 6. 342. 
Mar;.:aret, 6. 342. 

Bi)ularderie, De La. 7. 71/i. 77. 7S. 

Boudrix. Claude, French neutral sent 

to Biddeford, 3. Ho/i; claldren 

of. 3. 170/1. 

John, sent to Scarb^u-ouiih, 3. 17'b!. 

Margaret, French neutral, sent to 

.Scarborom,di. 3. 17O1;). 
Mary, French neutral sent to Scar- 
b(jruugh, 3. lluii. 
Boulter, the Bev. HulcIi. 5. 10. 
Bountv offered fur Indian sca!}>s, 3. 

17ti,('. 
Bourbons, the, 8. 2-^.!(. 
Bourdaloue, Louis, 7. 44-^. 

Bourn, Col. , 8. 220. -Ji^. 

Bourne, the llun. Edward E.. fur- 
nished notes for the History of 
Wells, I. 3')2; ancestry oi. 8. 3.-l»; 
birth, 8. 387; boyhooii. 8. 3>>, 
380; at tlie South Berwiek acade- 
my, 8. 38'J; entered coUe;,^e, 8. 
o6'J: studied law, 8. 3'^0: aibuitted 
to the bar, 8. 3.^;i: opened an 
t>Uice in ?'.urfax. 8. 30o; nxjved 
to Wells, 8. 300, ;;Ld; ui.'\ed to 
York, 8. 301; bark to Wells. 8. 
:;'.'2; trM.k the bu>in'.'ss of Mr. 
D.me, 8. 302; married Mary H. 
Oiipatrick. 8. 302: ehildren of. 3. 
303; active in town aiY;iirs, 8. 
303; iu the state le;^ishaure, 8. 



lN"I>i:X TO COLLCCTIONS, 



33 



DTO, 097: his advite in tlio ('oail- 
l«H'k in the Si.'nati'. 8. ;;;'•"). .)W: 
j>rosi>L'i-ous. 8. :'j'.»i; ^asos of, 8. 
.■]'.k>, o'.'T; as a lawvrr. 8. .■)'.'". 
3;iS; state's att'iiiu-y. 8. :'.'.'^>; 
students of. 8. -"V-'S. '.)'.>'■>: }iu\<iv <>f 
inuhate, 8. .■;'.•;»- 4<U : inteii'steil in 
i-hnivh nlTaiis. 8. -lo-j. -)ii:',: his 
Jiistoiieal works. 8. 4n.;. -In-j ; jursi- 
(Unt of the Maine Ili.-t. <■>.■.. 8. 
4t>4, 400: lii> e-veniun> ).>r tlie 
Sofiety, 8. 40-1, 4ii."): nieinlur of 
other soeietics. 8. V<'>: tiu^ti'i,' of 
Bo\vch>in eolleue. 8. 4o.";: iiiarsicd 
Mrs. S. II. Lord, 8. 4o.->: his (k'atii. 
8. oUT. 407: his eliaraeter. 8. 4U''., 
■iOS; mentioned, 6. oiil; articles 
contrilnited by: Garrison Houses 
of Yoik County. 7. H)7-]::0: Mem- 
oir of, l>y lion. Edwin 15. Smith, 
8. :;sii-4i")s: liis Hi<tory <>f Wells 
?.ntl Xennehunk fileil, 8. :.'7."i, GUii. 
Edward E., jr., 8. GP:'.. 
(ieorue W., 8. ;-:>>:. 4U2. 
Israel W., 8. ::;s7. 
John, nuirried Elizabeth Wildes. 8. 

.S>7; children of, 8. :j^7. 
Julia, dauLchter of Jolin. 8. .w^: 
married Heniy Kin^sbuiy 8. M'W. 
Julia ^laria. dauLditer of tin.- lion. 

Edward E., 8. .JH:;. 
Lizzie (jreene, dauuiiter of the lion. 

Edward E., 8. :;'.v): die<l. 8. ;'/):;. 
Marv Oliver, daughter -"f the Hon. 

Edsvard E., 8. :;■'.]. 
Oliver, daughter of Jolm. 8. .388; 
married Capt. Ivory Lunj. 8. :jS8. 
.'^hearjashul), 5. xxiii. xxv. 
Thomas, 8. :.'.8>. 

Cajit. , headed a company to 

exterminate the Imlians, 2. J'J7. 
Boutelle, John, 8, 174. 
Kachel, 6, r,:hi. 
Col. Timothy, father 

Timothy. 6, 0'.'//. 
the ll<in. Timothy, 
Timothy, 6. (j.ht : 
tj'.hi; graduated from colleu'e. 6. 
GG/i; a school teacher, 6. 70«; 
studied law, 6. 7U;/ ; ]ir.t'ii( ed at 
Wuterville, 6, <;;»»: held public 
oiiices, 6. C'.I/n In,,: death of, 6. 
GO/i; mentioned. 6. 41; 7. 4'j^. 
Boutineau, Stei)hen. arrived at Eal- 
nujuth, I. :.'7<), •_'77: lived in IJoston, 
I. 277; married Mary Bowdoin, i. 
-77; lived on tlie Xeck. i. :\V,i; men- 
tioned, 6, l->'). 
Bowdish, Kf:^ Bowdit( h. 
Bowditch, Nathaniel. 5. i'OO: his Me- 
oauique Celeste cited. 5. L'OO/t. 
X. In;.;ersoil, Memoir of Nathaniel 

Bowditch cited, 5. 2'''0n. 
William, heiuer of letter to New 
■i'ork, 5, 9; {)art owner in the 
ketches at Pema-iuid, 5. 9, 2;3; 



of the Hon. 

son of C<il. 
birth of, 6. 



caicli to be delivere.i lo, 5. ]0, 
11. 2-\. '24: iieliti..ii 10 ('apt. 
Broekholls. 5. I.'., li',; eolleetMr at 
Salem. 5. '_'t;0: i-ropeny i>( his 
seized by the nativi > resiued tn, 
5. -t'lii; ancestiu- of Nathaniel. 5. 
L'liii; menticmed. 5. l'.'i. 
owd.iin. (iist apjiearanee 01 the 

name. 4. 7"-^. 
(•(ill.ue. lonfei-red a deuic' on (m".. 
Lincoln, i. 4ti'.t; the llev. Dr. 
Jenks a jirofessor in. 2. •_'L'7 : 
Uiedical school foumicd. 5. xsiii; 
8. 17'.': the Rev. Willi. en Alien 
made ]iresident of, 5. xiix: Isaac, 
P.eid overseer, 6. 77: licimded by 
(Governor Bowdoin. 6. I.'.l': 8. 17i>; 
Dr. Nichols president df. 6. .;74; 
Parker Cleaveland anjM.inted i>res- 
iilent of. 6. 401: resolutimis after 
the death of. 6. 4:;.;-4:;.'>: Dr. 
McKeen lu-esident of. 7. :'.7-: 3. 
102: first commencement of. 7, 
MS."): 8. 170: why so called, 3. 
17'i; (hinatJMii fiom (ti^v. Bow- 
doin. 8. 17(>: land urant to, 8. 
176: first hall built, 8. 17''>: opened, 
8. 170: oiiicers of, 8. 170. 177; 
P2ther Shapley a trustee of. 8. 
420; Prof. Woods ])resii!ent of. 8. 
4.88; graduates of: E. E l^ourne, 
8, :-ii'o: J. Cilley. 5. 7'.': B. P. 
Dunla]>. 7, ;;'!7: (leo. Evans, 7. 
4.'.s: W. J. Parley. 5. 7-: William. 
Pitt Eessenden. '7. 474; CJiarles 
Freeman, i.'.]2')ii: Nathaniel trro- 
ton, 5. ;J01t: Samuel Merrill, i. 
340; John Otis. 6. 7.:; Ji-seph 
Sewell. 6. 77: J. P. Slieidev, 8. 
420: Sf.lomon Thayi r. 6. ".•;7i ; 
Henry Willis, 7, 474, 47-'^; men- 
tioned, I. 277; 3. 101: 5. x^ii. 
xxii. xx\ii.. xxix, xxx\iii. xl. li, H 
2.")8, ooo; 6. 12, 01. t',4,/. lij. :U:>, 
o47, 35."), ooS, MOl. ;J7.">. ■'•1'^. -i-J'f, 
7. M72, ;]7o, 370, ;J:j7, 4:^2, 4",, 
4-4, 4'.t2: 8. 10:], :i44. :J4.j. :>s'.», 
40.'.. 42U. 4.j0, 481, .J04, 009; 9. 
174. 

Elizalietli. contiibuted to llallowell 
academy. 8. lOo, 101. 

P^lizabeth, daujihter of Peter, mar- 
ried Bolibins. I. :.'77. 

Elizabeth, wife of Peter, i. -70; 
children of, i. 270, 277; her will, 
I. 277. 

family, extinct in Massachusetts, i. 
277: liecame allied with the Win- 
tliro])s, I. 277; 5. 17; mentioned, 
6. :^iS4. 

Gov. J;imes, sf>n of Peter, i. 217; 
Ids daughter manied Sir Jolm 
Teinid'', 6. 17; his (hmation to 
liowihdn colle<,'e, 6. 1 :,:.'; 8. 170.; 
mentioned, 2, 2.j0, "J-Ji; 8. 20;'/i, 
21'J, L'rf, 405. 



34 



MAIXF, HISTOllKAL SOCIETY 



liawiloiu — oontinuod. 

.)ol»M. I. :.'TT. 

M;ny. dauL^litiv of riti'v. i. 277: 
r.iarricd J>toi>!u'n lioiuiiu'au. i.i'77. 

I'otoi". purrliasoil lain! of Aiitliony 
liiackt-'lt. I. iM^. i.'7t">: inu-fhased 
laiul of l'.unou'4li>. i.i.'4>: anivid 

. at Falmouth, i. ■_'7'i: 6. 17; diivi'ii 
from Fraiut.'. i.l'7''; his laiul titk--^ 
oonJirnu'd. i. L'T'': jiiUi'liast'd land 
at till.' NtH-k aiui on Darlxiry 
creek, i. '27(>, -'A'J: i>is K-ttor to 
AViuthrop. i. •_'77: Ids family, i. 
27ii, -77: mo\ od to Ijostoii. i.:j77; 
Ids dL'atli, I. l77: *•{ a distin- 
guished name. i. "-'77: his descend- 
ants. I. 277: 6. I'-rj: i ttiiiun of. to 
Andri'ss, 1.277: "liopi'ed the arti- 
cle from his nanu'. i.:'.U7: wit- 
nessed the siiina'.ure of Geori^e 
]>randiall. i. :;ii7. "'•">'">: auto^nqdi 
of, i.o()7: a Iluuuenot. 6. i:;2: 
ancestor of Gov. IJow doiii and tlie 
"\Vinthrops. 6. lo2: inenrioned. 6. 

AVilliani, 8. 214. 214;,. 2i;>. 

, married .">ir John Temjde. 6. 

17. 
Eo\v(hiinl.am. to be rejiresented in tlio 
Pritvineial Cont:re>s. 2. 21:1: Bai'- 
tist cliureli formed at. 7. L'22: Elder 
Mae<)mlier preaehed in. 7. 2i'2, u'Liil. 
A.^sociation. 4. ;»■">:]: S. 17^. 
Bowen. irnmi.-. eriri.i>ijd Matlier's 
Life of I'hip]is. 9. u. i.'S: jum^clf 
critieistd. 9. :^>. -joii: cited, g. 20. 
47, ."jH. 
Bowers. Ann. teacher in Blue IliH 
academy. 8. li;7. 
Caroline, teacher in Blue Hill 
academy. 8. Iii7. 
Bowles, ^aniuel. 8. 447. 44S. 

TiM)ina>,. .-^i;^!!!. d the petition to Mas- 

.<;ac]iusctts. 5, 240. 
^rc Bolles. 
Bowman family, the. 4. 7S. 
Jonathan. 8. 2''>ln. 

!Maiy, dauuliter of Thomas. 5. 4227 
4j;): marrietl L. W. Liih::ow, 5. 
422, 42.;. 
Tliomas. married Sarah Howard. 5. 
422. 42:J. 

Judjre , 6. 'j?>. 

tlie IJev. . 4. 272. 

Boxford, 2. 144: 6. '-'M'). 

Boyd, tlie Bev. Alexau'ler. preached 

at Cieoru'etow n. 2. sj. 1 : 6. :j.j : moved 

to Xev.casfle: 6. :j:'r. liisinissed. 6. 

X;{; settled In lioothbay, 6. 1.7*;. 

Jame.s, married Su^ama Cuflin. 4. 

241: his desieiida!;rs. 4. 24i/(. 
Gen. Jolin Parker, 9. l>.j. j 

iJoliert. 5. Hi. [ 

Tliomas. I. 'Ay.',. .7l'.7: bio;^raphicai ; 
notice of. .7;jl, .7;;2. j 

the Bev. William, 6. 11. I 



, of rort-^moulli. 4. 27-'>. 

Boyes. Anlipas. 8. 2oS)i. 

r.ovlston, Nichohis. name assunifd !i\ 
V\ard llallowell. 7. 404. 

r>rackett. .\nn. wife of Antliony. es- 
cape of. I. 224. 2:;-">; 3. Ill: ^ip- 
j)roximate date of her ileatli, i. 
2:'>-"i: her chiMreu. i. 2:;'>. 
A Tin. tlau,L;litcr of Anthony, i. 2:>"/i. 

:)fu;. 
Anthony, of Bi>cata(iua. jirobahh- 
faiher of Anthony of Falmoutli. 
ami Thomas, i. l.'i.'i;;. 
Antlionv of Falmouth, married Ann 
Mitton, I. 117. I".4. l.")7. 20.".. I':;.-.; 
purchased land. i. 122: had nu- 
merous descendanls. 1. 127 : moved 
to Falmoutli, i. I'i4: cidarued his 
farm. i. ].")4: witness against II. 
.Jordan, i. 172: con>t;dile, i. 17'i: 
a resident of Falmoulh. i. l>'i,,. 
K"). 2i<;. 21^. 21'.'. i';;o/,, 241, .:■•■.. 
.■]10; aciioii hnamht a;j;ain>t. i. 
Is.'); a juror, i. I^>^: comn!i>- 
sioner. i. r.>7. 2''il. 2'^;;. 2s4 : lan>l 
e-ranU'ij to. i. 204 : solrl hind ;o 
}*lunJoy. I. •_'04. -jo.",, -j:,:,; Ids 
cattle killed by Indians, i. l'>; 
taken prisoner, i. 2lv>. •_'2I. 2-,o; 
3. Ill: esea])e of his famiiy. i. 
1^24: 3. Ill: at Back cove. r. •_'!'.'. 
:;r.i: his niarriaiie to Su<annai! 
Drake, i. 2:].*.. 2:;i;. 241; chil.lr.'ii 
of. I. 2:;.7. 22'''i(. :>!'■•: di>iiute cun- 
cerniiii;" the disposal of his ini'p- 
eity. I. 2.17: aiii'ointed a lieut-. n- 
aiit. I. 241: selectman. 1.24.7: sold 
land to Fcter Bowdoin. i. 24'<, 
270: puri'iiascd land of ^lorouu'h. 
I. 24'.": aj'iuaiseil Geo. Munjoy's 
estate. I. S)''), 2")7: as a trustee, or 
rejuesentative. i. 2C(7, 271. 2>:'.. 
2S4, .'■|.")4: in command at Fivt 
Loyal 1.' I. 2(vS, 270: pay for ids 
.services, i. 2i)S: to have commarid 
of all the soiiiier- in Casco. i. 
270: signed jietition to (Jov. Bra^i- 
streel. i. 2s-']; autoiirajih of. i. 
l.'^4: defended the character of 
Capt. Lo.-khart, i. 2i:tl : ur;ied the 
<:oveinment ti) send assistam-e to 
Casco. I. 2'.i2: his farm the srene 
of battle, I. 2'.14-L''.'';: alarm given 
by bis sons, i. 2'.'4: horses left in 
his orchard, i. :]ii4: return to Fal- 
moutli. I. :;<ii;; killed, 1. :J<>'"': a 
man of inlluence. i. -"JOij; a rela- 
tive of Anthony Libby, i. ^J'Jl; 
jiaid part of Burroughes* i)assau.'e 
money. i..3l'0: selectman, i. •'.2:; 
.sigrieil tiie i)etition to tlie kiiiii. J- 
402; mentioned, i. l'J2, 200, L'-Jo. 
5.70; 4. l-;2. 
AntlKJiiy jr.. i. 23.7: owned a farm 
at Back cove, i. 2:i0;( ; died at 
Falmouth, i. 2.J0n; taken prisoiior, 



INDEX TO COLLKCTIOX?. 



3r. 



1. ?n2. r.Oo: csoa^ird. I. :W''i: of Zacli-.uiah, son of Antlioiiy. i.'iy'i:, 

j^riMt scrvi'.'o (luiinu the w.tr, i. -'^h;. 

:iOi>; jniivod to r.Kstcii, I. ;'.(it>; mar- Zii>i>ora1i, (lau'j;]iti*r of Antlioiiy, i. 

rietl Sarali Kni-rhl. 3. •Jit".. -j:;!",)). ;".0('). 

Antlioiiv. si>n i>f AuiIi.'iin jr.. a inpc r)ra(kliy. William. 4. :"".(■,.">. 

inakL'i. i. :!o.;; liis i>,.su-niy .sold nia'Diury. llic ]lou. Dion. i;ra<iuatO(i 

liis land liuiit-. I. :;oi'i. fr-un Hcrwick a<ailcMn>. £ loo; 

Klini>r. dau^iu^-r of AiitluMiy. 1. mcntioiu'd. 8. 421. 



•2-')'\ '■'•'■*•: iiK'.iviod I'dcliard rulliii. 

I. ;!'!!>. 
lamily, livr-t appfaraiioo of. i. 122, 

l.Vxi; early in Xcw Enirland. i. 

\')A)i: a common name in I'.oston. 

I. l.j'oi; nKnti.>ned, i. 124; 6. 

i:]:l 
Jane, danuiiter of Anthony. i.2;'i1/(. 

oOC. 
Jo.-;lina, .^^old Peak's inland toTn'tt. 

I. 14".'. l.")(); .son of Thomas. i.2:]U/;. 

oOn; hi.s i)io|ierty in Maine, i. 

2:in/(: <lied in (Jiienland. i.2.;(>ii: 

lii.s children, i. •SAOir. siuned the 

j)etition to C,oy. rjiadsucet. i. 

2s;]; date of his birtli. i. -'M; 

lived at Falnnouh. i. ;;_<>. 



Daniel. 4. .'IM. ■-'■W. 

family, 4. 2')'i. 

(leor-e. i. 11 : 5. Hi- 

Capt. Jahez, de])osition of. 4. Ho, 
114: in command of .^t. (icoi'.re's 
fort. 4. 1 l<l. 147. lf.-<: 7. ITs; letTvr 
sent to. 4. 141-.. 147: refu» ■! to >ell 
rum ti)the Indians. 4. 1-1): in com- 
mand of the fort at Thom iston. 
7.:J2."): tn-deved the Tarra.nliiics to 
de])art. 7. :5-:"i. -'VJ*''; mentioned. 4. 
ItV.t, 17*1, isl: 5. :174. 

Jacob. 2. 140: 4. :.'.i4. 

the Hon. .lames W.. 6. n.".".. -t!!. :m>=; 
8. iii: Memoir of tlie Hon. Naliian 
(.TilYord. 9. 2:;.")-2.j7. 

Jeremiah. 8. ^I'.il. 



Joshua jr.. son of .Joslma. i. ^'ZOii: ' Job. 4. 314. :!!•',». 



died in Falmouth, i. 2:'.o,(. 
Kezia, daughter of Anthony, i. 

•Jo'jH. oOi>: married Joseidi 3[ay- 

lem, I. ;]0(). 
Mary, dauuhter of Anthony, i. 2;;.'o). 

oub: married Xatlianicl Whilticr, 

I. :Ji)n. 
Mary, d.ianhter of Thomas, i. 2;;o)i. 

oliii; mrarieil ( iiristopher Miteh- 

ell, I. :]<)''>: cliildren of. i. :'.'>i'). 
Maiy. ^\ile of Tliojnas. i. 2.Jo. 
Kieluird. bio;4raphieal noiice of. i. 

1o4n, l.")."-,;.'' 
Sarah, daui;hter of Thomas, mar- 
ried John IJill, I. 2-)>)ii. ;>.'»;. 
Seth, son of Anthony, i. 2:;."(. 002. 
• CO'J; killed nt Falmoiith. i. oO-_', 

oOt'.. 
fitreet, 6. l."4. 



John. 4. 022. 02:]. ;)3G. 

.losepli. 2. 12.-). 

Moses. 2. 114. 110. 

Theophilus. 3. 1S4. 

Capt. Thomas, in command of the 

fort at Aollis. 2. 14<o mentioned. 

4. 147. b'.4. b''i'.. 244. 
Deacon Thoma.s. 2. bJs. 
Theoiddlus. read the letter of ("apt. 

Mowatt to the peoph, of Fal- 

moulli. 5. 44:;: moV( d to ^\•^\- 

buryi'ort. 5. 44:;/(: juih^e of the 

supreme court. 5. 44;](/. 
William, married the wi'iosv of 

.Samuel Maverick, i. \>'Iii. 
Wvman. 4. :'.-';i. 
[Jraddoek, Gen. Edward. 8. 223. 230, 

21)3. 

— , of Great Britain. 4. 32:'. 



Susannah. daiiLrhtcr of Anthony, i. Bradford. 2. 13'.i. 144: 4. 2.")2. .;73>. 3,i;c. 



230/i, oO'i; manied Samuel Proc- 
ter, I. 23iJa. 3oij. 

Susannah, wife of Anthony, her 
children, i. •.'■M/i. 

Thomas, numerous descendants of. 
I. 127: moved to Falmi>uth. i. 
154; married Mary Mitton. i. l')l. 
1.".7, 230/(, 2(;i I. ;;()(•.': livfdat Claik's 
].oint, I. l.")4. -juo: to snp])ort his 
mother-in-law, i. I."v4: shot. i. •_'20. 
221; wife and children itrisomrs. 
I. 220, 221: wife killed, i. :.'3vl; 
children of. i. :.'3o. :;oi;; coiivL-yed 
land to fo.-o. .^{unjoy, i. 2'>~ : mar- 
ried a daughter of 'i'iiuddeus 
Clarke. 6. 132; jnentioned. i. 2<J4. 
2U0. L'p;. 

William, lived in New Iiami»-hiro. 
I. Ih'in] .sent by Cajjt. Ma.^on. i. 
15-J/t. 



the Kcv. Aldcn, one of tb." founii- 
ers of the Ma-s. Hist. Soc. 2. 11a: 
meiitioneil. 4. 330, ooOh. 331; 6. 

s.>: 8. i(;i. i-o. 

Jonathan, 2. 1 13. 

Joshua. 4. 3f)4. 

Nathan. >iuned tlie pi-tition to 

Charles 11. i. 402. 
Perez, found the Plymouth ■■hartei. 

1.3'.';/: 9. li'2: signed llic ireaiv 

of 1717. 6. 2>i2; auto^r.qdi of, 5 . 

2*12. 

S.. 3. :;;;o. 

Goveinor. William, received crant 
on tlie Keniiebei: river, i. 70: 2.. 
42», 20l'. 20;!, 27'): 8..L'"3. traiis- 
ferred the same to the I'lvmonlh 
colony. I. 70: 2. 27'): 8. L'o>". : ^ ilenl 
of the };rant. i. 70: 2. -Ivir. cuuti^ 
sellor for liobert Goi^'es, 2. 43.7; 



15902^^9 



oO 



MAIXK in>TOKICAT, SOCIKTV 



J5i:\ilfiM-(1. Gcvcnior, Willi:iin-- cont'd. 
Iftttv to Sir Foniinando (tor^i's, 
2. .">">( f It; S. •iO."); trailed ar >i>n- 
lioi^an. 5. 171, IT"-'; ooiuphiiuod of 
tlie Massarlmsotts Bay I'olony. 5. 
:.'1.'>: mt'iitioiu'il. i. .■'),'-)i; 2. 7i". 
1".'4; 5. xlvi. -.ML': 8. l'om. :u\: 9. 
:;i;": Ills History oi xhv Plyiuouth 
IMantation citt-d. i. .'V.i: 2. 4'-'"i, 
■ilii: 5. 14-4i(. 170. 171. 171/(. 1S4, 
lS4ji, IS.".. ISi'./i. ]>7, i;<7/f. l!'S)i, 
204)/. ilo/i. L'liwc 6. W'.hi: 7. ol-o-S, 

00. o7. -"m/-: 8. :201-L'(>o; g. :'o."n. 
Major William. 2. l.>], i:;4; land 

crantod to. 2. i'-^'>. 

Brat'iU'v. tho Ki v. Caleb. 8. ISO. 
the lion. Samuel A., 4. •J7'.'/(. 
C\.l. . 9. 1S4. 

Bradshaw. Kiehard. received a jvitent, 
I. 4S;i. ^0/(. .")•■;.■): sold his ilaiiii to 
("leeves and Tucker, i. 4S/(. 'r-). .".">, 
r>:>>, o04; did n^'t Iohl:' ikcuvv his 
dand. 1. o.'): date oi his i>ati.nt. i. 
b'-j'-in. 

Brndstreet. Andrew. 4. oOG. "00. 
.lolm. 4. o_'l, .-'.e^. 
.Simon, governor of Massachusetts. 

1. 2SJ: resumed the .u'overn'ueiit 
of Maine. 5. 'I'-^: hrouelit the 
guns from remaquid to lio-ton. 
5. 2~,S. •27!'»: letter of. citni. 5. 
'JSI)i. '2~'2ii: menrioned, 3. ;'.•".:', ; 5. 
8ft, Uii>: 9. --. -J'.K :;:>7. ■■]'-:. ■■■■i. 

Brady. Sijuire . of llu.xtc.ii. 4. :;41. 

Scjuire . of Ne\\ huryport. 4. ■J'.'^. 

Bragdon. Arthur. Lri'an<l jur\ hkiu. i. 
:)71: liv. d at Kirrery. i. Ol.'*: ;nai-- 
ried Elizaherh Tucker, i. '■]['>; 
nieetin;.:s held at his house. 3. \'>'.<; 
site of his house. 3. 1-"j1': woundeil 
at Castine, 3. i'04. :^0'); bicjtrraidd- 
oal notice of. 3. 2"S: menrioned. 
9- 3S2. 
Elijah. 3. 170. 
fiideon. 3. i-'i''':!. 

Isabella, married Hichard Kin:,'. 3. 
214: children of. 3. L'14; de.itli of, 
3-214. 
Thomas, grand juryman, 1. 07<i; 
a.ssaulted ]:ichard White, i. o7*'': 
.signed the jietition to Charles il, 
I. 402. 
S<domon. 3. ]US, 205, 200; bonthe at 
his house. 3. 200. 

C'apt. . 8. 20-^. 

Bragett. sft iJrackett. 
liraidstune. the Laird of, 6. 0. 
Brainerd, David, expelled from col- 
lege. 6. ■','-.]. 
Braiiitrcf. home of John Saunders, l. 
I'y-j. 2.".<;. !.'.>: home of ];i<]iard 
Brackett. i. I^j'jh: Qqo. Miuijoy jr. 
died at. :. :.'■"';: home of E-vieiience 
Otis. i.;jl4; mentioned, 2. 14.j. 1.^7; 
3- lOO/i; 4. -jl-^. 
BramliHll farm. i. 134: 6. 1.j2. 



Branihall. George, jmvcliased land of 
Kdward Allen, i. 127. 14 1 : title of 
his land conveyed to William 
Vau^han. i. 127: a hill iiamed for 
him. I. li.'7: lived at rortsmouth. 
I . L'4 1 . .'i.'iO : moved to Kaluuuith. 
T.241: had a huge farm. i. 24>: 
trustee for ralmouth, i. 1:71. ."i." 4 ; 
killed. I. 2".''Wi; his cliildren. i. 
•2'.H)n. ;'>07. :'>">: moved Irom I'over. 

I. oOO: a tanner and a farmer, i. 
oO(). .S07 ; his family moved to 
Plynsoutli. I. 007: autograph of. 
1,007: lived on the Neck. i. 010: 
paper.s relating to, i. '^'^'>. •">•"•'; 
letter and goods from .^^o(lre. i. 
.5.")0. ;").")7; assurety for Libby, i. 
.")."H) ; received an ai^prentice. i . ."i."<f!. 

Geo. jr., son of (Teorge. i. 2'.'o,i : lived 
at Ilingham. i. Oo7. ■Oos, 

Hannah, daugh.ter of (Jeorge, i. :".0>; 
married Jonathan Aall. i. Oos. 

Joseph, son of George, i. 2i'twj: 
lived in Bostim. i. OOs: died with- 
out issue. I. OOS. 

Joshua, son of George, i. 20tbK re- 
turned to Falmouth, i. OoS; moved 
to Plymouth, I. OOS. 
BrandialTs hill, named for George 

Brandiall. i. 127: boundary betwt-eu 

Sanford and Wells, i. ;;0ij. 
Bruide. Selin, 7. ;;20. 

William Thomas. 6. 410. 

r.raniion. . 3. O.'.ti. 

Br.mdy, \Vinter"s dealings in. i. 71. 

72; called acjna vit;c. i. 7i-. : rea-'on 

for the large use ot. 3. 0,7. o>. 
Branford. John, signed the petiiion 

to Bradstreet. i. i^SOi; ; lived ar Fal- 
mouth. I. :;i'.'. 
Bratrle, Tiiomas. one of the Ker.m-- 

liec, ]>uridiasers. i. 44; 2. 2'.'0. 270; 

mentioned. 8. '20S/(: 9. 02/1. 
Brawnde, Capt. . master of fhe 

Na(dieen: 7. 020; obliged t-. buiid 

new lishing lioats, 7. 02o: his (.].;n- 

ion of the fur trade and li>herv. 7. 

020. 
Bray. John, signed petition to r'harh-s 

II. I. 402: a son ot Bieiiard. i. 
200)/; lived at Casco bay. i. l'O'W/. 

Bichard, lived at Main'> i>"int. i. 
114; a juror, i. IS.'). 1S>-: lived at 
Casco i)ay. i. 200//; sold land to 
Atwell, I. OIS: signed i^etition to 
Cliarles 11. i. 402: own.-d half of 
Cousin's island, 2. 171. 
the Bev. Sullivan, preached at Bath. 
2. 228. 
■Brazil. 2. ."/.»: 8. .•;:'.2. 
Bream, Benjamin, married Elizabetii 

•IngleK. I. 2."j2/i. 
Bni.euf Jean de. 6. 219. 
Bieda, treaty of. 5. 240; 6. !10: 7. :j2. 

l/.r,. 
Brcedon, C'apt. Thomas, 7. li'J, 



IXDEX TO rOLLECTIOXS. 



:^.7 



BrriDO, John, ]nirrlin>o<l one-iinartor 
of House isl.uKl, I. 1"1: witiussrd 
the tlceii of Goo. Man joy, i. .^.Vj. 
liu-mon, Cronnaiiy, 8. .JOT- 

Maim-, 9. ]2-). 
Bronto island, ij;rantoil to Drereton. 2. 

4 (.'•;(. 
Ihcnton, Jalileel. son ..f (;,.v. Wil- 
liam, g. 4(); apjiointod collector dI' 
i-ust.mis, g. 4';, 47: ii]i]>o>eil tio\. 
riiijis. g. li;, 4"^. ■':;: ^v!iy lie was 
given a i-oniinissi.ui. g. 47: at- 
teini>tod to set ui> a custom-house. 
9. 47, 4S; c.Tusrd ill fceliuLT amoni; 
the merchants, i. 4'.i: ordered to 
sto]) his interlei'ince. g. 40; c(un- 
j)lained of Phips. 9, 4'.t, ."<4: went 
to KuLrland. g. .")4 : charui-d Pliips 
with corrupiion, g. -"4. 
Governor William. 9. 4i'i. 
Brereton, Susanna, married Edmund 
Lenthall, 2. 4i)/). 
.Sir William. iHirehased arrant from 
John Gory-es. i. loit: 2. 4t>)(: be- 
came possessed of property in 
Massachusetts. 2, ila: sent over 
settlers, 2. 470: his land ^rrant 
conflicted with tlie i^rant to Mas- 
.'^achusetts, 2. 47/*; did nut contest 
his case. 2. 47/'- 
IJressani, Pere Jusepli, 6. 211, •_'12: his 

delation cited. 6. L'l:J//, l'14/(. 21^/^ 
Brest, 8. 120. 
Breton, 2. 7tVf. 
Brettt)n. Ann. i. 277- 
Da'.id, I. 277. 
Elizabeth, married John Young, i. 

2 I 7. 
Jane. i. 277. 
Mary, i. 277. 
Peter, i. 277. 

Philip, arrived at Falmouth, i. 270: 
l»urchased land, i..:.'70: dropped 
the French article, i. 277: a riir- 
ger, I. 277; moved to Boston, i. 
277; death of, i. 277; mentioned, 
6. r.Hi. 
Bachel, i. 277. 
Sarah, i. 277. 
Brevoort. Henry, his assistance ac- 

knowled<:ed. 2. 70'/. 
Brewer, formerly Se^eundedunk. 7. 
IS; mentioned. 4. 110: 5.;]>2/(; 7. 20, 
i)S. 
Lieut. J., I. .501 *i. 
the Rev. Josiah. 7. PW, 104. 

Col. , 7. 1:^, l"^. 

, married Mary Gyles, 3. '.'A An. 

Brewerton. .•<fe Breieton. 
Brewery built at Halh.wcll. 4. 4'j. 
iJrewster. Sir David. 6. 411. 
Kdward, 2. I'j. 

Dr. Pioyal, married Dorcas Cothn. 4. 
240,!. 
Brewster's i:->land, called BroS'^eilhint. 
6. 284. 



Price, the Ucv. Kdward, 6. 27- 
Brick island. 2. 204. 
l^-icks maile at ( l.iy cove. i. 244/i; 
scarcity of. 2, 2S4; made at Ilailow- 
cll, 4. o.").j; brou'^ht from Ariowsic. 
8. 212/1. 
Brickyard cove. g. 14S. 

jioint. g. 1 IS. 
P>rid.L;e. -Scarborough i)iesenfeii for 
not having' oin'. 3. 7>: desirrd !>y tin 
Indians. 4. 1>1. 
Bridi^e ami Williams. 6. 'Al 
Bridge. F.dmund. his daughter mar- 
ried Arthur Lithuow. 5. 41<, 422; 
mentioned. 8. 2>^. 
family. 4. 7S. 

the Hon. James, jud^'c of jnobate. 
6. .')'.•: graduated from Harvard 
colle;;e, 6. ."/.»; practiced in Au- 
• gusta. 6. ."j".i: agent for tlir Ken- 
nebec in-oprietois, 5. ."lO: retind 
from tiie bar. 6. o;», UO: bank 
president, 6. (30; deatli of. 6. t>0; 
one of the Kennebec j)roprietors. 
8. 2OS/1: mentioned. 4. 7. 10; 5. 
xliii; 6. 41. 07. OS; 8. ■■]■-'>'.). .UI, ;;4;;. 
:]44. 
Martha, dauuhter of Edmund, inai- 
ried Arthur Eithgow, 5. 41,'-. 421'; 

Nathan, a native of Dresden. 6. 

"07; practiced at Gardiner. 6.07: 

in Xorth Carolina. 6.07: returned 

to Diesden, 6. 07; character uf. 6. 

67, 0<. 

Sheriff , 4. 10. 

Samuel I., g. 70. 

, of Yassalboro, 4. •?.77. 

Bridger, John, survevor-general, 2. 
2O0. 

Bridges, Elder , i. 328. 

Bridgewater. England, i. -loiin. 

Mass.. 2. 14.'j, ls7; 5. xxiv, xxix; 6. 
:571. 
Bridgman's Copp's Hill Epitaj)hs 

cited. 5. 'Sy^jii : 9. 0.1. 
Brid^tou, 4. -'j-y-K o50. 
Maine, 4. 2^0/o 

academy, incor]iorate<l, 8. 170: en- 
dowed, 8. 17.1; teachers in. 8. 17:;. 
Brief Narration, The, original title 
l)age described, 2. S; original pre- 
face. 2. 8, 9; .sec Gorges, .Sir Fenii- 
namlo. 
Brigadier's island. 4. 024; 7. 70/(. 
Briggs, the Bev. Avery, 8. 17>^. 170. 
Daniel, 2. 12<. 
Kebecea, married Benjamin Hal- 

lowell, 7. 40.1. 
the Bev. Otis, teacher at Hamji'b-n 
academy, 8. 108; teacher in Wis- 
ca>set. 8. 170: mentioned, 8. 17t. 
Willi;un. 2. II."). 
Brigham. j-^lijah, 2. 201. 

, 4- --i-T- 

Mrs. , 4. O27. 



;^8 AIAIXE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

3>ri;^li1(-,n. Knulaiul. 7. 4<>0. 1 Infinnmy. 5. l")-{. 

M;i>s.. 6. >'.*: 7. ;W2. . Miisvuni. 3. "JS-l. ■J'.th;: 9. ."'.i'L'/). ;;•;«>. 

Diiiiilu 111, 6. .'7. '■ navi<;alii>n itn icasid with the 
F.riiuhall. .v<f' JJranihan. trrowtli of tlir lishniis. 5. 14"). 

IJiiinmor llats. tlie supposed lioaii- ]iailiaiiuiit. i. 4>t;. 

(juaiU-rs of Bashalia. 7. ",'^. i'loNiiKH's, tlir, siiiiihiiity of tlic 

Briinnier.'^the Hon. Maitin. 8. 4'.>-J/i. Indian diaUt is in, i. li::,;. 

IJrindh'V. Francis. piopii(.-tor;a TunKi- sottU'HU'uts in Norili A nu ii< a, .■>•'!.■ 

qnid.'s. :".i):!. :li)4. l)ou,<:las. William. 

Brinks. Diian, pauiitie of Lyt,'^inia. Ui ittany. 7. l'4S. 

I. -i'ui. ' I'liitron oajti', sii' ("ape Breton. 
Bristol, Eng'laml, Sir Ferdinando Biixhani. i. 'A't'^n. 

Gorges taken pi i--niu'i- at t lie sie<:e | Broad bay. .lolin rime settled at, i. 

of. I. Vij; 3. ;;s; home of Cahot, : oS/i, ;;;'; 5. 1>;;: houndary of \Val- 

2. 14f? II. l'>: the inerehants of ', do"s patent, i. 4.">: home of John 

lifted out .in expiedition to Amer- j Phillips, i. 1!'.»: now ^Valdohoio. 

iea, 2. ISa, •_'!(/. ."-de; 5. 14S: 7. \ 4. .•;2',); 5. 404: 8. 2\'-)ii[ jiossihle 

;ov»;i; interested in fishinu'. 2. i.'n,(; i date of Bieree's settling; at, 5. Is4; 

j.V.].\. o-Jl ; ropham's expedition j Germans settled at. 5. 404; 6. :]22. 

-■'■■' *■ " ■• "•" '■' •• ;;2:J: 9. S(l: (ien. Samuel Wal(h> 

liereditary lord of. 6. •;■_'■"), •VJ>'.: 

-1. ,.;,.f: V 4-1, -..-:.^ v e. 



7.1:5:;. 'i'l\\ ropham's expedition 
sailed from, 2. I'.'if, i':'.": .'^ir Fer- 
dinando Gciru'vs lived near. 2. l'-'k'. 



.'tic, •■|4'f:rapt. Norton sailed from. ' deseription of the provimx' of, 6. 

2.4'.i; the merelr.uits of sent Slant ;';27, 'nl>\ indueeinents held out to 

lotike posse>-^ion of Monhep,'an. ; Germans. 6. ;l-'>-:'.:;i ; mentioned, 

2, .")U(/: ohtained a eharter for ; 2. s.'xi ; 4. I'lS; 5. l>s,(. :i():;, 4o'j : 6. 

lands at Bemaquid. 2. .")0i/: per- oiiT: 7. -Ji't;. 

petuates the memory of KoKert cove, saw-mill hnilt at. 2. 1.^1 ; meii- 

Akhvorth. 2. "i(j((. '>\ii\ ciptured tinned, i. l-'^ii; 6. :;<to, :;ii.'>. 

hy Gorires. 2. 72": captured by Broailbay. the sell.. Beuben Bishop 

Cromwell. 2. 7"-'(/; united to Bema- killed on board the. i. 4(17; tlie 

quid, 5. 147: early interested in sick to be placed on, i. 40.S, 4tJL'. 

American diseovi-ry. 5, 14S: 7. VZ'-\. farm, 8. IWn n. 

;'2l: did not lool; \■.^\ -om rument Broadhead. John Komoyn. 6. 27C. 

aid. 5, 14S: 'Ihoiu is Aldworth Broadbridue, Bieliard, i. 24U; lived on 

mayor of. 5. 1."m; Waymouth ar- the Nerk, i, :;i'.', 

lived at. i;. :;:'.2; mculiiJiird. i. :;i). I'.voadstaiis, -j. r.s. 



2;>i'; formerly Bemaquid, 5. i:'.'4. 
o02; rec(jrds drstroy(_'d. 5, ;jii:.'; 
ce(k(l to MontLrumery. 5. l>:ealled 
Ilariiii'.:ton. 6. ]>■: a seat (.A I'res- 
bytt'riani>ni. 6. :;.">: MeLean 
preached at. 6. :;.": Bieslyteiian 
ehurch or;:anized at, 5. ir.u; men- 
tioned, 2. 2:12 : 4. :;2'.t, :;:!0: 5. 14" 



^iivi'inoi' of Boston, 5. 11-14; Bow- 
ditch's ]H-titicm to, 5. I."). Iti: letters 
to Knapton. 5. 24-2.s. :U, ;'.2; letters 
to Sharp. 5.47, 4s: letti r to Joceiyn. 
5, ."■)>. ."/.»: letter to Lawrence Dennis. 
5. (■)7, bS; susjjected of plottimr. 5. 

■.,-._ — cj. .,_., .,.,... -,. .-,,, ;,'.(4; a prisoner in Boston. 5. :;'.'i; 

-io;^,. ;J70; 9. :;:;. \-j.i. ;;c,t;; Hi.story mentioned, 5. S, 17, b'.l, 70, 70, \:'M. 

of. .s^-e Johnston, John. Brock, the Bev, John, sent as a 

N. II., named for Bristol, England. , preacher among the Indians. 9. '.Vl~. 

2. 'A(i. 1 y27n; biograi>hical notice 01. i. 

K L. 4. 2';".', I o27»( ; mentioned. ;j7''. :i77, :;7'.i. :'.>!'. 

Bri.- 1 .w. .wt Bri.- to!. Brocklebanks, , of Bowle\. 4. :;-2. 

Briiatsnia. 3. 2s;t. i Brockwell, the Bev. Giiarles. attended 

tile, Ainohrs tro,,],s on, I. 502. i Gov, Sjiiiley to Xoriidgewocii, 6, 

l^rifish ai(hive<, 5, i',-,7. ■ r.t2; 8. i'2."i, '2-_'.'.„. 24!: jneaehed a! 

channel, i. wj: 2. l.',": 8. 12S, | Falmouili, 6, l;/2; his tk.i trine .-••- 

<.'ollee House. Bo-.ton, 8, 2n/<: 9. .j.">. tensive, 8, 2L'<. 

emj.il e. the. 7. •_'-j7. Broens. , hi.^ cattle de.-.ti-oyed, fi- 

enij>ire in AiiKTic:;. 5, 11^2/*. ll.j/i. 

government, luuuiiiceni ypiril of, 2, Bromiiehl. Abi'^ail. married William 
'•^«- I Phillips, 7. 2:;4. 



INDEX TO COLLECTIONS, 



30 



I'.ptscy. 7- '2:15, 2r,0. 

Mrs. i-:., 7- -'o";«. 

.)(.!m. 7- •-'•il, 2;;."). J:'!). 

M;irv. m,.nie(l AV. D. Puwoll. 7. 2:^1. 

Sarili, mm rit'd .It rt'nu;ib 1). rowoll, 

7. 2o4, '_';;>: ik-atli of. 7. 2:N. 
nroii'jniart. Alox:m<lrc, 6. li»'.>, 411. 
JJnx.k larni. 8. 442. 
]?ri.oklii'l.l. 2. 14.-.: 4. 24'.>/(. 2f,l. :U4. 
Hrtx'kiii. IK'iiry. 3. ll"; in ihc -;iiri- 

.soii at IJlai.k I'oint, i. l'l''w;. 
UrockliiK', 2. 14."); 5. xlv, Iv; 6. '.](ui. 

Hl"'Hlklvil. I. .'>52;l. 

IJr..ok."Natiian, 2. s. 10. 11. 
Brook.-i, tlie Rev. Edwanl. ]irear]ied in 
North Yaimoutli, 2. 1ST. 

(iov. John. 3. o4i). 

Lord, 9. ;>iio. 

Thonias. t-omniander of the Adven- 
turer, 5. IG'!. 

, 8. l'.M». 

Hroolc-ion. William. 7. 2>^T. 
Urooksvilk', 4. 10."); 5. :;.<4(i. 
l)M».-;sc!lant inland, .same as Urew.'^ter's 

island, 6. 2S4. 
Hro.ss river, i. 440. 
Hrother"s islan<ls, the. i. 152. 
Ihonaire. 7. 24^. 
JJroiiiUau. M. de. governor of Aeadia, 

7. t;u. 

Brown, a Seotidi-Irisli name. 6. 19. 

Alexander, killed. 2. 275. 

Anio.s, died, i-. i)'-V-',. 

Capt. Andrew, in the iiarrisnn at 
Black Point, i. l'2T»: suOmitteii to 
Massachusetts, i. ;!si;: 3. 40. T">. 
7tj; a witness against Phipj'en. 3. 
75; lived at Black Point. 3. T<J: 
site of his farm. 3. '>'•: ehildi-en 
of. 3. "li; his house ;4uarded hy 
Capt. ^Vinc;oll, 3. loi); trustee for 
Scarborough. 3. P]n. l':;:',; le<i a 
company to break up the ^settle- 
ment at Norridu'cwook. 3. l.Oo; 
n-.eutioiiiil. 3. 110, 124. ]'>'>. 

Andrew jr., 3. llu; in the 'garrison 
at Black Point, i. 2:.'7i(: son of 
Capt. Andrew. 3. 7''). 
Arthur, i. s."; Mitmss a:,'ainst 
Cleeves, i. 7;^: d(claralio)i of. i. 
1-in; referee in tlie case of Cleeves 
rs. Winter, i. 74. 

Benjamin, 7. 2Si: 8. ;j.'>0. 

P.et.-^ey, 4. i'^4. 

Cliarles, 3. 110; in the ;_'arrison at 
Black Point. i.'SJln; S'jn of An- 
drew, 3. 7'). 

claim at Pcniaquid, 2. S7/*; settled, 
4. 2;;:]. 

I)orothy. 9. 200/,. :](il. ."^.70. 

Eliza, mai lied August in John. 1.244. 

f^lizabeth, dau^'hter of Lzekiel, 4. 
:J17. 

Elizabeth. (Lumhtcr of Cajit. H. V. 
4- 2SU;,, 2S4: marri'd Col. J. B. 
1 Csgooil, 4. 2tiU/i. 



Ezekiel. 4. .•■',17. 

the Pev. Thomas, 7. -{'VZ. 

the Pev. Krancis. tauuii; divinity to 
.buiathan (ireenleaf. i. ;'>-52: jiresi- 
diMit of Dartnuuitli colleice. 5. 
xlviii: mentioned, 2. li'l; 7. .■;7i'; 
8. 175. ISO. 

Capt. lU'ury Y.. owner of the pres- 
ent Brownliehl. 4. 1:70. L'^O/, ; had 
a line house for that time. 4. 27'.'. 
i!S(i; biouraiiliieal notice of. 4 
2S0), ; dau.i;hier of. 4. 2^0//, l'S4; 
site of his houst-. 4. •_'>!/(. •_'>('>; 
controversy about liis lioundarv 
line. 4. 2S1«; owner of West In- 
dia plantation. 4. 2s2: numbered 
the ])eople of Fryeburi;'. 4. 2S-J; 
l>lantcd a larue tract. 4. 2>i!; men- 
tioiud, 4. 2S1, L'>;). 2s:j/i, 2S4, 26(3, 

Lieut. Jac(di, 6. '■]'■]<. 

John, of Bristol. Entrland. 7. l-'>5; 
acquired a title to I'ematjuid, 7. 
V\'i\ title set a<ide. 7. l-','!. 

J(din. of New Hailioi. purcliased 
land on the I'enratiuiil ri\er and 
Musconuus island, i. .'30: 5. ISo, 
IMJ: 9. 122: in the iiarrison at 
Black Point, i. 227*<; siuneil the 
petition to (Jov. Bradsti'eet, r. 
I. 2s:-;/); lived at Purpooduck, i. 
olO, :!2(i: lived at New Harbor. 2. 
50". .s7//: Pemacpiid point ^'ranteil 
to. 2. 50(/; (k'ed executed l^y .Som- 
erset to. 2. S7/(. 2:;7: 5. 101, 102: 
his deed couilictcd wirii fjiat of 
Aldwortli and Eldrid'j;e. 2. ^-7/i; 
the cause of many controversies, 
4. 2;]o; claims comiprom.isud. 4. 
'S-]'^,: united with .fohn Pierce. 5. 
1S5. lsi'>: tleposition of. 5. ]s>;(; 
SL-nt to New England by Pierce 
and Jenness^ 5. 101; called "of 
New Harbor.'" 4. 2:;;): 5. 101; his 
deed from .Samoset a Ixmndary 
between barbarism and civility, 5. 
I0;j; his family, 5. 104;;; not a 
hermit, 5. 104: completed the for- 
mality of Sa!noset"s sale. 5. 105, 
107; moved to the Kennebec lii\ er, 
5.224: purchased land of Pobin- 
hood, 5. 224; signed petition to 
Mass.. 5. 240; his purchase from 
the Indians, 9. 1:^2. 12;J: his 
ilaUL^Iitfi' married Picli.inl Pierce, 
9. lL'2: jnobably came over with 
J(jhn IMercL'. 9. 122: mentioned, 
I. 247: 4. 220, L':;o; 5. 57. 

J(din. of j; itli, i,iiM'ha>i!i l.md .and 
settled at Neqiiasset. 2. I'.iO: 4. 
2;;2: site of his house. 4. 2;il, 'S-','J: 
livL'd at Pema(iuid. 4. j:;2; nic-n- 
tioiuMl. 2. 10b 

John, of ^he.■!)S(•ot. 2. 2o5. 

J(din, of Wattrlown. his dauirhter 
luarrjod Augusliu John, i. 1:44. 



40 MAINK HISTORICAL SOCIF.TY. 

Drown — continuod j jojiscDt. i. 211: Frcnrli N'outnils 

Kit-lit. John. 1. ."iOl«. o-Jl. ill. 3. ITilic 6. ;;J2: Imnird liy tla- 

Jnlm jr., t-i-iud pi'tiliun to Bnul- Indians, 2. I'.iT: 3. :)\:\: 6. If': 

street , I. 1'^:)/). jioojile nia>sn.r(.'d. 3. :'. l:'. : riMsmi 

John, son of .Vmirew, 3. Tti ■ for tin- destruction. 3.:;i:',/): sent 

John Carter. 5. 4 10. j a dejintation to meet llaUe. 3. ".14: 

John M., 6. ;'4T. ."■'.(■■l. 1 Fort (Jeorixo built at. 3. :'.l 1. i'-l.".. 

Gen. John .Mar.-ii.all. S. iii: liis coast- ;■;.■>.".>; the site of ]ir.ilial>i.\ vi.-ited 1>> 

iui; voyaue of t'haniplaiu to .Slaine. \Veyuionrh. 5. :'rj.;: Ui.;hrrf.)id 

8. •_'(:;, ^i-'i. preached in, 6. ;'.:;; iMinlap 

Joseph, son of .\ndri\v. 3. 7i">. 110; jueached in. 6. :',.;, l.i.'i; 7. :]>',',; 

in the i;:irrison at Black Point, i. mentioned, i. .")',';■: 2. r_"_'. l.M. 

'.'•-'T/C s.ttled at Sandy i;i\er. 4.."iT. ' ICcJ, jsy, 2('S, •2\'.\ •_'•_':;. -J 12; 3 

Mary, -wife of E^iekiel. 4. olT. I'.'T, "-'OS, ^•_"), 2 11. '■)]]. :'.J0. 

C'apt. Moses. 9. ITS. ISO. j ;;7;j; 4. ,ji^ ;j(;, i(i4. iiKi. :;ii.-,. ;;:',i, 

Nathajiiel. a i>akor. 7. 2S.'). ; :;;;:.'; 5. xx, xxiv. 214;;, ;;i4;(, ;;2T. 

Xathaniil, of (liarU stv)\vn. 4. :>To. ,>>"), :>")."i: 6. 4. oS, IdU. It'd. 171. l;oi, 

Samuel, 2. -^o^. I'il. | 20:5. 0."j<3, -l-'iS. :V>'.K :;(io, ;'.t'i2. :>;.'.. 

Sara, 9. 2ii'.';i, :jOi. :;to, :;t1. STO. 402, 404. 40.-,. 4.;.".: 7. 1.^2, Is-'l, 

Thomas, si'jrued the i)etitioii to Gov. p.);;, 220, :]~o. :',~]. ;',',tT; 8. ITS. I'-o, 

Ijrad.striet, i. 2>'],/: wounded, i. 21 l/i. 2:'.S, 2-'>l, 2.")2/(, 2")ti. 2.")i''/(. 1:00, 

200*1 : live<l 111 Falmouth, i. ;'.20. :>(;(■,, 20eii, 2GT, 20S, 284, oGl>^ 402, 

the Kev. Thomas, of Falmouth. 4. .^tis. 

0O2. ' Keeords. citech 3.ol4)!. 

tlie Ilev. Thomas, of WestOrook, 7. ' tlie Ihnise of, 4. T4. 

-10. ; Bryant, Bartholomew, 3. ISO. 

University, the Kev. Geo. BurLress family killed l.y Indians. 2. 147- 

grailuated from. 7. 4:;n: Buriress John." died, i. •>;:;. 

a tutor in. 7. 4:;-.': Thomas Bur- the Bev. Solomon. 4. 2T1. 

}j-e.s,s, ;;raduated fiom. 7. 4:".0: \Villiani Cullen, his Thanatop-sis, 

Lemuel Paine. ;:raduated fiom. cited, 8. 44'.). 

6.70; Kzekiel William. i:i;uluated . settled at Buxton. 2. 1:>S. 

from, 7. 4T.">: mentiuued. 7. 4o;j. : I)r. — — . of Anson. 4. ;V.iT. 

4:^.T: 8. 4-jO. Buchanan. James. 5. .\xxvii ; 8.24,2'', 

"William. 9. ;]T2. :]T:l: .-ervt-d in the 71, !c_> >»:5, 117. -.'mj, 4:^4; 9. -j-t;,!. 247. 

Continental Army. 2. 214. Buck, Ahijal). 4. :;s;t. ;](iij. 

the lion. Col., married Sylves- Mrs. Ahijah. 4. OOO. 

ter, 7. 40.'3. \ (Jeorf^'e, 4. :304. 

Lieut. . 5. :>i. j John. 4. :Jt30. 

Mrs., 7. 400. Capt. Tliomas. commander of ,» 

, married tlie daughter of John : coaster, 3, 17S; movefl to Machias, 

Ingersoll, i. ;^.12. '. 3. 17s. 

.- , married. Elizaheth Godfrey, 9, Buckiield, 2. 117; 4. 304. :>]ij, ;>30. ;3t;i), 

301. ::;t)] . a<S, 3S0. MOO. 

Brownfield. visited by tlie Bev. Paul M..sif:ned the treaty of 1714. 6. 2:'S; 

Collin, 4. i'.")0: owned by Capt II. auto^'rajdi of, 6. ■Sj>^. 

J. Brown, 4. 27'.'. 2>0/*: named. 4. Mills. 4. ;j(;0. 

2S0u; how- to be settled. 4. :j-0;(: Buckingham, the Duke of. a memb.-r 

first minister in. 4. 2S0;, : called of the Plymoutli Gomj.any. i.O;; 

the Plantation. 4. :.'>;h( : first olii- 2. 4(»r/: mentioned, 2, 7-", 77: 9. 

ceis of, 2>2/(: einltraced a part of lol. 

Fryeburg, '2^Jii: old and new line J. T. 3. 204. 

of, 4. L'Si'/C Daniel Webster tauL^'lit Butkland, George, swore alletriance 

school in, 4. 2->2yr, incorponiH-d. to the Duke of Yoik. 5. 2.'J7. 

4. 2S2/(; mentioned. 4. 110, 277/<; Buckman, Natlian. 5. Iv//. 

-■^•'"- i . early settler of Bakorstown. 2. 

Brown's Ferry, 2. 210. I w?,. 

Lsland, 2. 2S4. i Buckminster, the Kev. Joseph. 5. iii, 

Brows and Butts, meaning of. 2. 231, ixii. 

2"^1"- , tlie Bev. Joseidi Stevens. 7. 40S. 414. 

Brudenell, F.. 2. II. j Buckmore, George W.. 8. T4. 

Bruges. 7. 141/-. j Bucknam, . of Nf.rwr.v. 4. OOO. 

Bruniliall. st-e Brainhall. i Bu( ksp.ut. 4. lO-M: 7. 20^': 8. lO-S. :i;:;. 

Brunswick. Germany. 9. <>. ' Buektown, 4, '404. 

Maine, Tiiomas Pun liase settled Budizert, John, lived at Black Point, 

in, I, 40; b4/i, 2'-JiJn; formerly Pe- 3. bil. 



INDEX TO COLLECTIONS. 41 

Buf^ll. Lieut.. . I. 494. I mean notion of a laiulli'-'Mor. 3. 

)iutT'\i.->. 5. xlvi. I -4',i: I).uiii-l Webster iircsi-iont .>f. 

Historicnl Soe.. 7. 4S4. 1 3- 2'>0: leeeived desiuii.s I'm- tiie 

lUi^'-jin. Uutier. 2. 2o4. inonuinent. 3. L^M : design adopted. 

Biiriineh. Heiiiy. teaelioi- in Belfast 3. 2.')-_'.-2."i'.: )>melia,seii a quairy 

Acadoniv. 8. H'i. and built a railro;id. 3. •_'."4: su>- 

l^ulizor. r.ieiiard. juirehased land of pendod the work. 3. S'-': out e.f 

John Smith. I. 1-1'. ni.mey, 8. •J.'>.'i: emhaiiasMii, n:>. 

Bulkloy. Peter. 2. -204: a-ent for Mass. 3. :.'•")(''. '-'•U; amount raised. 3. •_'■"., : 

3. i',."i,i. ' lottery proposed, 3. -'"■>-; piw;...- 

Bull, Caleb. 4. -V). I sitiou oi Mrs. S. J. Hale. 3. :.'.".-: 

Caleb jr.. 4. ■"•"). ' proposal of Amos Lawrenee. 3. 

Dixv. 'his shaUo], and cariro cai^- 'Jt'.2, iT.:); speceh of Kdward Kv- 

tn'votl, 5. •_'i>4. -i'*"): started on a erett. 3. 204: land sold. 3. 2i'.') ; 

jiiraey. 5. 2'i."): expedition lifted work resumed, 3. -JM: new j.ro- 

out to capture. 6. 14o; rava«ie«l posal by Amos Law rence, 3. l''!''., 

the coast. 9. .'.u^/o i -•JT: fears that the monument 

Geovce. 4. 5'). I would not be completed for a 

Ilevekiah. 4. .J."). ; lonij time, 3. i'tiT: fairs hehl in 

James, 4. .")."v. ' aid of. 3. iH5.S: finished. 3. I'oS. 

Jirah. his cairison attacked, 2. \-j2. Bunsen. C. K. J. Baron. 8. 4',':; 

Miek'l. 4. o('>. Burbank. Klea/.er. served in the Bev- 

Tliomas. 4. ",. ."»(). olution, 3. l'04. 

BuUard. Benjamin, merehant at An- Capt. Silas, served in the Kevolution, 

tiqua, 7. 2I0: dealer in slave.-' 7. 3- -"•^'• 

213. i , of Fryebur<:. 4. 2^1. 

Bulloek. Jolin. 8. lOO. | Burbeck. -, enuineer of the fort on 

Bullock's Inn. 4. 2'.H). the Penobscot. 5. :;.^4. 

Bully, Nicholas, signed petition to Burdett. George, indicted for slamler. 

Cromwell, i. o'.'o. i- SS, oG-"), minister at Aiianieuti- 

Bunch of Grapes Tavern. 8. 21 Li. cus. i.oOo, 547: Mary Puddin-ton 

BuniromunLromui: river. 2. liw, ISO. accused of keei)ina; his company. 

Bunker Hill. 4. T'.'. i. 304, SCm, oi^r,; fined, i. 36<i: to 

Battle of. Jeremiah Hill, ami Sam- pay John PuddiuL^ton ten pounds. 

uel Merrill at the. 2. 13'.i. i. 3tJ.j.3GG; biographical notice <-i. 

Lodce. 3. 2o3. 2-'>4. i- S"J». 

Monument, name of the projectors Buren, Geori;e. sitrned the petition to 

unknown. 3. 24:J: small sum Liiven Charles 11. i. 4n2. 

l»y the State of Mass. to, 3. 243: Burgess, the Kev. A.. Memoir _of the 

reared by voluntary c.intril>utii>ns. Kev. George Burgess. 7. 44T/(. 

3-243: William Tudor conceived Ebenezer, son of Jacol), 7. 42!». 

the idea of. 3. 244: inil)lic atten- moved to Wareham. 420; father 

tion called to. 3; 244: lantl pur- of Ebenezer 2d. 7. 420. 

cliased. 3. 24.".. 24'.»: circulars put>- Ebenezer 2d, son of Ebenezer. 7. 

lished. 3. 24:.: association organ- 42!': father of Prince. 7. 420. 

ized, 3. 24."). 24t5: corner stone laid. tlie Bev. Dr. Ebenezer. his Burgess 

3. 24V'; 2.">n: La Fayette pre^ent. genealogy cited. 7. 42'». 

3.2"><i: design oft'ertd. 3. 2.'>1: stvle family Conuregati<>nalists, 7. 43i; 

uf adop'ted. 3. 2.')2: new fonnda- became Eiiiscojialians. 7. 431. 

tion. 3. 2.J2. 2.w; Solomon Wdlard the Bev. Dr. George, ancestry of. 7. 

architect and superintendent. 3. 429: parents of, 7. 430: birrli. 7. 

2.")3, 2.>4: J. S. Savage the builder 420: an intellectual boy. 7. 42.'. 

3. 2.j4: tninsportath.n of stonefor. 4:W: early fitted for college. 7. 

3. 2.J4: foundation tinished. 3. 2."..^: 430; taken from school, 7. 430: 

work suspen'ied ami resumed. 3. graduated from Brown I'niver- 

2-"). 2t'(i: projiosals to shorten -sity, 7. 4:;o: communicant at St. 

it.s iiei2:ht. 3. l'O.'k t'> be l>uilt ac- John's Church. 7. 4:;i: .studied 

cordin- to the original plan. 3. law, 7.432: tutor. 7. 432: studied 

2t;>^; linished. 3. -.'G'.': coleljration, theology. 7. 432: sjient three years 

3. 2G0: not. s upon. 3. 2(;!,'/(. in Euroj)e. 7. 4.32: .>icl;dn.-d. 7. 

Monument A>>o(iation. organized. 432: preached in vaiii.us pl.i-'es, 

3. 24.".; purchased Bunker Hill. 7. 432, 433; married Soj-hia Kipji, 

3. -2",, 24'.': members of, 3. 1'4';: 7. 4:i3: liad one d:iughtei-, 7-435. 

Gov. Brooks pre.-ident of. 3. L'lt'.: degrees conferred '.ipon. 7- 4:;.'.; 

]>rellmin;iiy work. 3. _';'l, 1^47: his life in Hartford, 7. ■i-',:',. 4:y,: 

money called fi;r, 3. 24>, 240; : Bishop of Maine, 7. 43G, 440, 441 : 



"^^ MAIXE HISTOinCAL SOCIlITr. 

Burpcs?. tl.o Kev. Dr. (Jeor.ire— .oiifd Sanuiol. 3. ISi) "00 

nitcivstL'.I I.,, til in tlio j.ast and 'I'lionuis 3 -'.I'l 

v.ivsont 7. .|:;t. 44l'. .J4S: l,is poit- r.uiiutt. tiu> UrV. Cill.eit 6 '\-> 

u-ai al.ility. 7. 4:.T. 4:N; had i:ivat IJiirnliain. 9. -Jl-C. ■ • - ■ 

intcivst in Trinity CulK'i;^. 7. 4.kS, Kdward 1* S~ 'I'to 

4:)'.': ids sTudi,s.'7. 44.-.. 44-.«: his lluiniliV. .M<mis.."i! ';;,,] 

pt\K- 7; i-!": s\in].alhizod wiiii IJunis. Anrhonv. s- -)■'■' 

tln-Miilm'!)i.ur-ii .Moninrial.7.4.->:!: Col.- 9 i-^s 1^7 p,,, ,,,- ,,,. 

vi.siud llayti. 7. 4.-.ii: ].ul)li.ati,.ns i;,uiit islands'. tlR." 4 ^::]- q i-';'" "''''■ 

o!. 7. 4;;,i. 4.;>. 4:;;'. 440. 4.->4. 4.-.-.: .Moad..w l.,-.M,k 4 -Tt, "--- '■>^-\ 

cuanu-t^ristics .>f 7- -Jo-,4:jT. 44:^- IJurpey. . ..f Uu^],y.'^: ;);■>; ' 

t IV^ 4---^ a\\H'''V ^"^l"f1"^■"^^^^ Kurr. C-.d. Aaron, in th- ..xp.diti.,,, 

7.4..2,4...,. death 01.7. 4.>0: wror,' nndor Arnold. i.MT :,'(>■ „!. 

r.^-'lf v'" V V* ^^;^'-'>^''y''i Jli-^- tained the journal of Mnntr.'.ss.n- 

uLd^'^^c"^^'"^ 7-'^^'; '"'°" ' ^- -'^"^ nu:sson,or for Arndd. ! 

vTt,^: "Ir'l v'''''""'" 'r'^'^''^ ■^••'- -i-'^; ='t ^"it Halifax. S. -77 

t.u' Ma n.. II, sr. .s,H... 4. .;.;. uj ; ,)7S: adnnred Sarah Lirh..,.w 8 

luutrniphirai n.-tnc ,.f j;,dnrl -^77- used noor rhvm s s ."--■ 

Il.ilhmell..ard,m.r. 7.40:;. 4i'<. mentiunod, i. 501. -.31.3: 7. •'7(- 

Jacob, son of Ihonias. 7. 4Jv>; father 8 -^('.4 

T.*^1,?'"-^T-?^ ;*'■'• ^ Burra>^. Cenjanun.3.^1. 

V-ut' "^^ ", ' T'ri ^^'''"' '"'^'"'^■^•^^ to Blaek Pnint. 3. so, 

. "if'n" ''^- -t'^'^^^f^^i-- 7- .42!.; M: leased the farm of Jo.-.hn 3 

K..mdtather ot the i ev. Dr. Geo.. 81: father of William. 3. Si : di^d 

4-'0"'4-n f:'"'' '""'': ?,^f ^■'>'ti'^- 7. : 3. SI: his widow married ThonK,; 

4-.», 4.,0, lat.K-r ol Ihonia.s. 7. Ilannrnt. 3. 81. 

-..■ f- , Mrs, John. 3. 81. 

Kuh.ard. amount 01 land granted to, William, in the parrison at IJL'uk 

TlmnT" rfr. /• 1 .-.-> ■ I'^'iut. I. 227/!: a son of .John. ^. 

I lon.a. of C aj.e (. od. 4. :^,2.^ 81 : held town otiht-s 3 s] • hid'i 

l.'K.mas arrived at Salem. 8. 42«.; ^aluable farm, 3. >I • ^...nVt. h- 

move.l to Sandwich. 8. 42'.-: chief tain a niinisfr, 3. Si,,', j.c, • ,•, nstc- 

Km among the settlers. '3. 4-.; , for SearborouglK 3. 12ii, 2:;:;' a: d^ 

^dea>h of.l. 42!.: lather of Jac.d,. a townsman, 3. il: mentioned 3. 

i nomas, son ot Pnnee. 7. 4;:0: on.d- Burras. s.-e I]urrou<'hs. 

uated from (■oheue. 7. 4:;o: set- Dnrrell. Bela. 4. 4(U 4n4 

lied -Mary Mackic. 7. 4.;o: became I;ul■ri^h. Onslow 5 .•;-'7 

4-l.^-" S J" f 'M ^''="-^';:['^'- 'f- 7- Burroui:hs. Charles, a .on of the Rev. 

4-'... father of Ihomas .M. and the . George 1 '>iyi 

TlKou".?^?^ ^- "*'^"- , .,-> ' Elizabeth: daughter of the Bev. 

Jljou.,^ .M;i,.i,„ n ,,,^l,„„j,,^ Georu-e. i. 20:;: marri.-d IVter 

4.0: nKiyur ot Providence. 7. 4:J0. Thomas, i. 2.i:^. 204; bap i.e. at 

Burgowie Gen Sir John, followed by the Kev. (Jeorge, minister at Fal- 



the Al»enakis. 6. 24l': mentioned"^. 



mourh. i. iMO, 217. I'Ol. 



-,- , ■ ■■ v^'^^^'. lUOUlJl. I. L'lO, _li. Jill •'I,.,- 3 

t;;,. 11 T. , , . , llenrv Jocelvu lor assistance i. 

•ited " 1^*^™^!','-' ^'" ^«*^»-^^^^- ' ^i<J: sold h.nd to Peter B<nvd..in. 

IJurhV,.) .',;'''• '■ ••■ ' I.24S. 27G: land eonlirmed to. I. 

Burlin;} on 9.7^- '' ""'' | ^48: exchangetl land with John 

iK.v. 9. ixs^ , ,8 I fk' In.gs. I. 24S. ,40. ::i.5: site of 

I1 •!..)• ^ i..-",w ,, - ,, , ,^ I I'lsl.ouse, I. 240. ;;L'0;reliiU(uis,he<! 

J n- r r/ P'''"''^^^T'^--'^^^ ' f^^ninted to him, i. -01. i-;2: a 

'''ui ^^^T'- "'" '^- •^'^'^' 3- -t.^; man of pure character. I.-;, :^,;;;' 

* .liu!re!i Of, -?. :^oO. „ I-,-. I : 1 .. . ' 

I»i..;.i ;,. ^ . . • 3- !•>''• Ins lonu pastorate, i. -••,!' ; 

J :^^ ^^ ^ ■-?■ S- 1.0 , • 1 • J 1"^^'^''"' =^t Salem, i. .0.: fled 

^00, 3. ].,!. 1. ,0.180.: Inograidiical and executed for wit.heraft i. 

Lebecca, 3.209. j ,1,,.^ ,. ,„,... ^^-^ d,,,,^,iants.. i. 



INDEX TO COLLECTIONS. 



43 



20;'5; liis ostatc sold. i. li<;4: 
doubts conci-minir liis n.uo. i. "JtM/i ; 
liis iiii'tluT. I. L'<il: ;) int'inliLV of 
.lolm J'.li. ifs i-!uirrlt. i.L'iU: liwd 
on tlio Xfik. I. ;'.L''i: money ]>:iid 
to, I. oJ;>; ju'oaohinLT at Wolls 
duriiiil tin- witrhorati i.'\<iU'nu nr. 
I. ."UT; 7. 1-""i: <lii%fn II'Mu I'al- 
montli. 3. ]"i*'i: iinadicil nt l!ia>k 
Point. 3. I'li'r. Lilioi-fd to i.r.Htci 
the distressed. 7. \l'<: n\vu{ion<.d. 
I. illn, -J-J-J. 
George jr.. snji of the Kev. (^eor'^'^e. 
I. :.'i'>:;: lived at Ipswirh. i. ■/>'>'■',: 
baptized at Koxltnry. i. L'i'.l: con- 
veyed laud to X. Winsiow, i. -'j'-i, 
2(1 J. 

IL.nnah, ninvried Fox. i. iOo; 

Itaptized at ."Salisbury, i. l'(14. 
Jeremiah, .son of tlie Kev. George, 

I. i^'KJ; insane, i. 'J*')-). 

Mary, daughter of tlie llev. (ItorLre. 

married in Arilfborouuli. i. I'tW]. 

Iieheita, mother of the llev. (leorge, 

I. liCil; jt)ined John Eliot's eluireh. 

1.264. 

Rebecca, daughter of the Rev. Geo.. 

married Tolnian, i. lii'.:): 

baptist*] at Koxbiiry. i. liiU. 
Richard, in the garrison at Blaik 

Point, I. 2i'T/(: 3. 110. 
Tliomas. of Xewlmryiiort. conveyed 
huid to X Winsiow. i. L'viO. 'J''A. 
Burr, the Kev. J(t]in. 4. zr,',). 
Burtoiu I!arth.. 2. :.'i;4. 
Benjauiin. a native of 'Wales. 7. ."2:^>: 
in CromwL-H's army. 7. ;)i':l: caiue 
to America, 7, -jSj: tiled at sea. 7. 
82.^. 
Benjamin i'd. erected a blockhouse 
on Georges" river, 5. ■]>'>~,)i: 7. oi'T: 
Indians luiking around his gar- 
risoji, s.-i'JS; surprised by Indians. 
7-o2T: escaped, 7. oL'T; a son of 
Benjamin. 7. oi'."}; came to Amer- 
ica, 7. ;]i'.j: at the seii^e of Louis- 
burgh. j.:',J'>: in command at St. 
Ge(_)rges. 7. :]-j'>: killed Ciijitain 
Morris. 7. -.yjrr. opjiosud .Sniitlfs 
returning home. 7. •"]::;(;: .settleil at 
Gushing, 7. :',-Jl ; death of. 7. .Ji'T. 
Col. Benj.imin :Jd. birth of. 7. :',-j'>: 
ancestry of. 7. -'rS). -/Jl : livt'd in 
Gushing and Warrt-n. 7. '-'r^'i: an 
orplian. 7. .'^L'T; at the Boston tea 
liai-ty, 7. :^•J~, ;>2>^; c(,nimi.-.-ioned 
a lieutenant and captain. 7. ;]!'■<; 
served in l!]io(hj I>land. 7. .'J^S: 
.S"r\-ed as major, 7. ^Ji's; ;i me.s- 
.sf-nger for Gen. Wadsworth. 7, 
328; cai)t.ured by the i;n.;li>!i. 7. 
•ii's; caiiicd to Enuland. 7. -'rjs. 
■i'-f: jMfjiand to escape, y. :'.j'j- 
.■j.'J2; r-scaped. 7. :y.'j-/-:;:'ji ; vunt to 
Bohioii, 7. ;i.J4: cajitain of nuuines, 
7- '^4; ca]jtured off Ga]'e Clear, 



7. ;104; released, 7. P,'P,4: went to 
Frai\ce. 7. '■]'■)'): in Xc\.' Li>udon, 
7. :'>-"!.') : readied his houu'. 7,0;;.'"); 
held civil and jxdiiical ivfiiccs, 7. 
;]:!."): marriid. 7. ;'.■"."); i'li>>iiiue. 
character and tastes. y.:',-','i: di'ath 
of. 7. '■]'■)'>: Meiuoii- ot. by Joseph 
WilHamson. 7. :ys-',. '.]'.')'>. 
llichard. 3. T'l. 77. 
Tliomas. of rio>ton. 7. 14(!h. 
Thomas, killed at Falmouth. i.2".1.j«. 
Burton's fort. 5. ■)^'~,ii. :VJ7. 

point. I. 2t''.J. 
Busli. (Jrace. married Bicliard Palmer, 
I. ]'.'^: 6. ISC. 
Jolin, received a grant (>f land at 
Gape Porpus. i. \~,: one of the 
first settlers of Wdls, i. :;i;2; a 
grand juryman, i, -mI. 
the Pev. i)r. John. ] nMched at 
Well.-. I, :;4(j; his saLny, i. .)4r<; 
moved to Oyster river, i. ;'.4t); 
died at a great a^e. i. :M7. 
Bus.Ncy. Benjamin, pineluisevl land of 
Gen. Knox, 9. 2;];); his land for 
sale, 9. 20;;. 
Buswell. Henry G. married Elizabetli 
OsLjood, 4. 27'.'i(. 
Jacob, settled at Banuor. o. 'S2'-]. 
Buterman. Edwaiai, jnuchased land 
and settle<l at Xeipiasset, 2. It'U. 
Butler. Ikiijamin F., 8. 410. 
M. :m., 8. .ins. 
the Misses. 4. :3','*k 
Butler's battery, 7. 124. 
cove. 2. 201 : 3. '-'A'-)- 
parish. 4. 2:J',t. 
point. 2. 2b"!. 
Butter ]'rodueed in Franklin county, 

4. :^2. n;!. 
Euttertield, the Rev. Paul Gotlin in. 4. 
S'll: now Sumner. 4. oOl : men- 
tioned. 4. 0O4. :)•)',». 
the Pev. 4. :H>r>. ;)s:;. 4OO. 4i;4. 
Betterment Act. the, 5. Ixiv. 
Butternuts, i. .^10. 
Buttery. John, 5. lOG. 
Butt Falls. 2. 2;;"i. 
Button. Wavaad, sold land to the 

whites, I. 12'.'. 
Butts and Brows. 2. 2s1. 2>l/i. 
Buxton. EniihuKJ. 2. 141: 4. 2.']0. 

Maine, formerly X'arra^an<ett town- 
ship No. 1, 2. l:;>: 4. 242, 242/i, 
24:;: settled. 2, l.'>, l-'J'.*: first news- 
paper in, 2. \-j'.>: tojiogratihy of, 2. 
140, 141; manufaeturini: in. 2. 140, 
141; incorjjorated. 2. 141: 4. 24-'>; 
origin t»f tlie name, 4. 141, 24-'>; 
first cliild liorn in. 4. 141: clerir.v- 
men oi. 4. 141: lirst ?cho<Jniaster 
in. 4.142; u?iniole>i<rl Ijy Indians, 
4. 14:j: pati-iotic, 4. Ii:;: s; nt many 
Kohlier.s to tlie (Joniinental .\rmy, 
4. 14:j; part of annexed to .Stan- 
dish, 4. 14:;; Methodists in, 3, IHj; 



44 



MAINE IIISTOKICAL SOCIKTY. 



Buxton, >fruno — ron<inu?!l. 

^r.uitod to jH'onle -.vhi^ fought in 
Kiiij; riiilliji's war. 4. 'J-!l\ 24'J«; 
assiirnoos for, 4. •J4'_'i(: tlio Kcv. 
Paul ('ol)Jn ]iri:uli(.'(l in. 4. "Jl.: 7. 
21'.>. CT--': lirsl :tn.l socoml nu'din',' 
lioiiso in, 4. L'J4: mimed !iy Paul 
Coltin, 4. lM.'): town nu-otin-j: livlil 
to obtain tlit- minister's salai-y. 4. 
LM-J: lirst m imlnw <:lass in, 4. 1'^o,, ; 
common sehools in, 8. I'lS: men- 
tioned 2. 14f>. 147. 14S 14'.". l.")0: 4. 
23o. 24:;, 24'.'/;, i.'.".ri*i, 2.j7, 2.".>». 
314, 3:30. :",;>_'. :',;',:]. :U1. ;;4:;. ;U4. 
o51, o57, oiJO. 471. .■'>7:), .".>•), ;JS6, 
o".>7; 8. 18U. 

cluiroh reeords, cited, 4. 240,;. 244;?. 

Dr. . of Warren. 7. 4!)1. 

, of Xew Gloueester. 2. 102, IGo. 

Byfiel.l. 6. /^.S2, ?,S4. ;]^.3. o'J4, 4U.J. 

academy. 3. 21."). 

parish. 5. xxxii. 
Byron, l.,ord, 8. 4^!4. 

Cabaliis met riiamplain. 7. 2."'4: with- 
drew from the coa-.t. 8. 2.')4. 

Caharras bay. 8. IKi, Hi). 

Cabot. Geor<;e, 5. xxx\ii. 
John. 9. 102. 

Sebastian, his voyaire involved in 
obscurity, 2. 7'/: discovered the 
continent. 2. 14": intiaraed with a 
desire to go upon a voyafre of 
discovery, 2. 14'(: his ji'roposed 
route to rearh Imlia, 2. 14^'. I')/!: 
discovered Labrador and Hudsons 
bay. 2. ].">'/; obtained charter and 
sailed alonj,' the coast of the 
United States, 2. U)a: )iis discov- 
eries the basis of Emrlish claims. 
2. l.^jfl; 9. 102: called the land 
Baccalaos, 9. ir>a, ]iUi: in the 
.service of .Sjiain, 9^ is,;; proposed 
to people the coast and call it 
New England. 5. l';2/i; possiblv 
came to settle tlie coast. 7. l:]0,<"; 
mentioned, 7. l;;:]; 9. 102; ma)* of 
cited, 9. 7(J"; mem<»ii of. see J]id- 
dle, P.irliard. 

Cabots, the, discovery by. 2. 14^;, 
ISa; discovered Newfoundland 7. 
2G; on the coast of Maine, 7. ];JU, 
l;JOn. 

Cacique, same as sachem. 2. 18". 

Cade, a common name in Ilingham 
and Watertown. i. 12S;i. 
— — , purchased land of Tucker, i. 
04p, 127: nutldiig known of him, 
I. ]2'-?(, 

Cadia. corrupted from A<iuoddie, 4. 
i')l ; i":e Acadia. 

Cadie, name given to tiie continent 
by the P'lench, 2. liUt: on I)e 
Laet's maji. 2. 17"; a corruj.tion 
of A([Uoddi<-. 4. i;il: see Acadia. 

Cadillac, Sieur Autoine de la Mothe, 



his memoir found. 6. 27"'>: prom- 
inent in the government. 6. 27'): 
land grantvd to, 6. 27">; 8. .'';;n; 
sent to France, 8.27'i. Iiis meimtir 
comuiunii-ated to tlie government. 
8. 27-'.. 27i;: a jiortion i>ubli,->hed. 8. 
27*i: amouLT tin- iroipios. 8. 27'': 
scut to Detroit, 8. 27i'i: av Foi r. 
Mackinaw, 8. 27f>: nu-nioir noticed. 
8. 27t'i: a rcsjionsiltle otiicer: 8. 27<i: 
mentioned. 6. ;!(i-_'; 7. ;Oui'), ; 8. oi\). 

Cadiz, Sir Ferdinando Gorges at thir 
capture of, i. lOD. 

Cady, a common name at Ilingliam 
and Watertown, i. 12>/i. 

Cajsar, consented to the decil of John 
Wadltigh. I. ;■;:)!»; the history of 
unknown, i. OaO; see Moxusson, 
Ca'sar. 

Cage, the, 2. !>;."). 

Ca^aiawauas. the, 4. 12:1, 124. 12."), PJO. 
^ lo2. V.]i\. 

Cain, the Pev. Mephibaseth. 4. oKJ, 

848, :uo, ;]70. ;;7i, ;js;5. ;;s4. 

Prince tried for murder. 7. oS7; 9. 
2U4. 
Cainbequi. 7. 07. 
Calais. France. 4. SO; 8. 12S. 
Maine. 6. 2ti!': 8. 78. 474. 
an Didian, 6. 211. 
Caldwell, a Scotch-Irisli name, 6. 10. 
John. 4. 00. 

Joseph. procei)tor in Farmington 
Academy. 8. 71. 

Ca])X. ! 3. :U5. o4<j. 

. his house burned to hinder 

Arnold, i. 4'.)". 
Caleb, an Indian. 4. 1"<7 
Calef. the Pev. Jonatlian. 4. :';i4, ;US. 
.■j4'.). .'-JUS, :-;70, :j71; ordination .ser- 
mon cited, 4. ;>30. 
Joseph, lived in Boston, i. •■;12; 
married- Hannah Jordan, i. :;1l'; 
bio^rapiiical notice of, 3. 2iX'; 
mentioned. 8. 22(i,;. 
Robert. 9. (m; ridiculed tlie witch- 
craft delusion. 9. :i7. '■)'^: his Salem 
witchcraft cited, i. 2<'i-\,i. 
Stephen, claimed land in Slieejjscot, 4. 
2:^0: boundary of liis claim, 4. 
■j-io. 2:51. 

Dr. , of Ipswich, 7. 2:]7. 

Calender, the change of the, i. 21. 
Calf. Dr. Jolin. sui>posed author of the 

Seige of Penobscot. 7. "J'»:]. 
Calhoun, John C, 7. 4t;:J; 8. 204, :;.">:;. 
301. 302, :300, 423, 4:^4. 42:i, 42;t, 
43(j. 
Californi;i. the river of Laconia :-u;>- 
piised to liow toward.s. 2. 00; men- 
tionerl. 4. 1:;, 20, 8."»; 7. 4.33: 9. 
244. 24.-) -.'40. 
Calle, Pichaid. signed petiiio:! to 

Charl's 11. i, 4i)l. 
Callicot, iJichard, repres<ntalive of 
Falmoutii, i. 103; a jui-n, i. !S.:<; 



INDEX TO COLLECTIONS. 



45 



.T(lii\inistcred tlie estate of Jolin 

\ViIkin>(>i), 3. M-^. 
Ci^Uieii-, (lov. l,«Miis Heetor tie, 6. 

liTtJ: 7- 47. 4S. 
(nines Wiltshire. 6. .S(). 
c.iliiiip, , counsel for tiorije.s, 2. 



('iilvfit, Sir George. 
( ah ill. .lol-n. 4. ■_'•");) 
< ai-.iiiisni. 5. liii. 
i';i.lv;iiiisrie iJaptisls 
Cahiuists. 5. liii : 6. 
Camiu-id^^e. En<;l;\n(! 



2. Xi. 
6. --'4. 



. 5- Iv: 7- •^-•■i- 
24. I'T. JS. 
Cibson ediieated 
at. I. ."1'.'//; Dr. CliiMs edueated at, 
i-Uon: Dr. Vau.uh.in t'dacuii-d at. 
6.80; mentioned. 6. 411. 
Mass., foimer liunie of Josejdi 
Holmes. I. i'."iU/i; tlie expedition 
to Quebec set out from. i. 447, 
4'.C); date of Arnold's leavini,', i. 
4'.i4. .J01-.Jt)L>: sick to be s.nt to. i. 
.j]2,.j1;;; home of Danforth. 2.\hja; 
survi\orsof tlie Xarrauansttt war 
to meet at, 2. lot;; jiroviucial con- 
j^ress met at. 2. l'I:;: troops sent 
to fi-oin Uath. 2. l'14: Cadillae's 
account of 6. l'S7; mentioned, i. 
o'.t, 470. 47"), 4;'"J, .j44; 2. 144, L>-(i. 
18S: 3. Sv.;i, r.»0, l!t7. liUl, i;ii8, i'04; 

4. 14:j. 2(>1, litj.";. ■2G>>, 272. 1'^fyt. ooO: 

5. 27(;/(. 047. o'.U, 441): 6. :;47, .■J74. 
oS4, :;'.'.',, ;:;',iO, 401, 4(j4. 407; 7. 2:>j, 
ol'S, 8. 441 : o. Cs. 

Camden, tlie lic-v. I'aul Cotiin in. 4. 
oL'o, :]-Jt}: formerly JMeduneook, 4. 
3:.'<): described. 4. o-_'0; Inisinessof. 
4. oL'G; mentioned. 3. l'17: 4. IOC; 

6. 71; 9. 81; history of si e Locke. 
liills, 5. oil', mo. 041;. ;J48: 6. :^',t4, 

2aj, i".)s, I'it;), ;;i.)(), ;jio, ;;i4: 7. li.vi 

Lord, 6. 4'.); 8. 400. 

William, his Britannia, cited, i. 100; 
2.ii!j«. 71. ■ 
Cameronians. 5. 2S. 
C;iininel. L'iuaru, 2. 20.'>. 
<-'anjmock, Mar-^aiet, widow of Tliom- 
as, married Henry Jocelyn. i. 47- 
48; 3. 1;;, S.J. o;;,); adiiMnistered 
lier husband"s est.ite. 3. i':jl. 

Kobert, 3. xvi. 

Capt. Thomas 1st, married the 
daughter of the Earl of Warwick. 
3. XV, xvi. 

Capt. Thomas 2d, receive<l a i,'rant 
at lilack i'oint, i. 47, so, li'ij. o.y.jn; 
3. 12; g. ;jt>7: a relative of the 
tail of Warwick, r. 47; 3. xvi, 12. 
'■i->, ^i;; 5. 214; at Pa-scataqua. i. 
47; Do.-iStftsion of Lrrant <.^vcn b\ 
Neale, i. 47; 3. 2_".<: .:;avf deed to 
Jocelyn, i. 47. !'.'>: 3. L':;;;; death 
**^» ^- -I"; 3- l--'- o'j; ld.< v.idow 
married Jocelyn, I. 47-4S; 3. l;i, .j.j; 
fxtet't of hi.s patent, i. >0; a com- 
mi.ssiijiier, i. y4, ;j<;4 ; 3. iO. ;>j; | 
date of his patent, i, 5.;;j«; his i 



3. xvi; a son ..f Robert. 

s settlement . .tiled Hiack 
■■f .^caib.v- 
i: why he 
2; ai rived 



3- 



3. .---: 
Indies. 



ave 



;r. 



anceslrv, 
3. xvi; hi 

; I'oint, 3. HI; founder 

i roui;b, 3. XV. 1l'; 5. :' 

i receixed the srant. 3. 

j in New Kn^dand. 3. iv: aueiit for 

I Gor-es and .Mas..n, 3. li': ;,naiit 

Ironi tioix'es and .Mason. 3. li'. l:); 
I conveyed l.ind to TrewiTithv, 3. 

I 12, joined by Henry .loeelyn'. 3. 

I lo, ;i7; his iiatcn"^ coniinn'ed. 3. 

I lo; made his will. 3. 1:; ; .locelyn 

a legatee. 3. 1:]. ,i;,: Koxwcil 
brought an action ai,.iinst. 3. 14, 
17; complained of ,i(din \Viulcrj 
3. 14,,S0-N|; not deteire.i by Win- 
ter, 3. !:>: Foxwell and Siii\th ap- 
praised liis estate, 
grant to Ambrose 
site of his house, 
ilied in the ^\■est 
his wife to administer liis estate, 
3. 2ol; inventory of his estate, 3. 
I'ol ; carried corn to IJiiston. 5. L'04; 
witnessed the deliverv ot the 
grant to Shurt, 5. 214: n'lentioned. 
I. 5:J4; 3. 10. 20, ;)0, 08. 07, 80-S7; 
9. -.'AX. 
Camock, .see Cammock. 
Cammock's neck. 3. .^s;. 

patent, sold to Timotliv Proul. 3. 
221, delivery of posses-^iMn. 3. o.j.,. 
mentioned, i. 48, so. .■;;;;;(' 3 ij 
110. 212; 6. ]:;S. 
Campanius, cited, 7. oOUn, ■r.l.in. 
Campbell, a .Scotch-Irish name. 6. 19. 
8ir Archibald. 8. o'J. 
Colin. 8. 20. 
Duncan, his history of Nuva Scotia, 

cited, 9. ini;(. 
family, Aigyle the head of. 6. 0. 
the llev. Hugh, preached iu bcariio- 
■ rough, 3. !.;>; a .Scotchman, 3. l.jy. 
the Hon. James. 8. 17>. 
Col Thomas, i. 'ys2. '>'S'>. ■:-Vj. 

, N'obleboro ceded to. 5. 18. 

the Uev. , of Tiverton. 4. 2''u». 

Campo Bello. 6. lO:]; 8. \:> 
Cam. Thomas. 6. 'j'.i'i, :;lo. 
Canaan, now Lincolnvilie. y..;:;!; com- 
mon schools in, 8. l'~^; ir;eatioiieii, 
4. 2'..».J,_i"J0, .>I4,;Jls. ;;4;.. :],;<, ;j7(), 
o71, y7'c». c!tU. ;3U'.», 400, 4M. 4o4; 6. 
:>0; 8. 171. 
ac;idemy, incoriiorated. 8. 171: name 
changed, 6. 171: opeii.J.. 8. 171; 
preceptors of, 8. 171: n'vi;4ed into 
a high school. 8. 171. 
Canabas, Sachem on the Kennebec, 4. 

10."^. 
CarjLula, Sir William Ale\:n.dri cre.-ited 
Viscount of. I. 07;.: u ir;-- Liivcn to 
Alexander's ^niiit. i. T-: 4. iiM; 
Sir William I'hij.p.-." i,-xp..;ition to, 
1. 214m; the Jordan la:.':dv taken 
to, I. 2;U, .'i]2; the Fr-.-nch in. 



4G MAINE inSTOinCAL SOCIETY. 

f'an.ula — coritiniio<l. expedition to. i. 4t7-V'-2: U>ttcrs 

j.vonuscd to assist ilu' In.linns. i. ^.f AnioM on tlu- oxj-odition. i. 

:ic>S: an t'X]>ciiiiioii iv<u) aHa.-kiMJ -^IT-t'.is; Coniiiicst of. .s, ,> \Var- 

.Si'l;cm'<-ta.iy. I. u"iT: llu' aovi-rnor huituii. (Wnu'^,': History of. !<<,■ 

c.f oifl.n'.l tlu' il.strmiioii .>f Fal- Ducroux. I'laii.-is ilu: "CariKau. 

moutli, i.;'-o|; ini^'-n.-is tikiu to, Francis Xavivr. 

I. Mill; 2. i:.-'. i;-'.': 3. ■•••.'O; 7. n:;, K;ist. 9. 101. 

170, 174; a iraditiou iliat ilio Fal- tiic rivtM" of, a honndary oi Laronia, 

inuutli rt'oonls %v«.to niovrd t.>. i. 2. .",2''; nicniionrd 3. :;(>1 : g. :;4;t, 

oOon; ^.~'-\o: tin.' <'annil>as desired .s. .' also river St. Law rnu-o. 

a tvacia'T Ironi. i. 4;;;;; tlie ^ov- r'an.idians. i. (si;; 8. \-'.i\ l.'>'>. 

ernof of attiaotod tin- Jndians to Canadcy. •»'( Canada. 

St. Franris. i,4-''.">: Arnold to liead CanaLili, l\'ror. 7. .";l'7. 

au expedition to. i. 447. 4'.'4. 4it'.t. CanaL to unite the Kennelioe and Xev. 

oOO; .Moniress<>r"s j.utii known in, Meadow.s rivers. 2. i'2U. 

1. 40S; Aiiiold to restore liberty street, i. :24S((. 

in. i.4ii7; A mold's desire to reaeh. Canaries, tlie. 2. IS!: 4, •2-\: sent \vi- 

I. 470, 471. 47i'. 474. 47"); (ieii. to America, i. ."y.. .".01 ; 3. 'j<: tirst 

tjchuyier .sent t", i. 4>('.: Arindd"s sent to. i. .';•")]. 

career in. i. .")■.".»: soldiers in tlie Canary Company, the, Dnke .-f ^ ork 

first expedition to. tn have land interested in", 7. l:,:': in((iri)or.iteil, 

grants, 2. i:j"i;i; eajitured by the, j, \:yj)i. 

En-lish, 2. l."iL', l.">.!. !>:.'; ceded to Cajiceau, Du Monts, and Du Tont 

tia Fn'^lish, 3. 17';: Indian loutes Grave to meet at. 7. I'-jO; dis- 

to, 3. oJii. oL--': irioes from met at patches sent to, 7. 2.")0; «.'e akso 

F;dmoutii eoufereuee. 3. ;;s;_'; sent Canso. 

a wampnm belt. 3.;".s:.': a naineiriv- Canehais. a name for the Kennebec, 

en to tiie coa.st. of New luinland. 5. 4. iii.j, 

155; surrender of 17o0, 5. 17f.: Caniuula, a name given t<i the whole 

conveyed to France by Charles i. Xew Kn-land coa^l. 5. 1.'.5; see 

5. ii.iO; held l»y tlie Frencli Canaila. 

through the .Stuarts. 5. lM-_'-l'4:;: Cannibas, the, visited by Biart. i. 4-J!>; 

the liay .State i>ievented Maine attempt to protect tiiem from the 

from becoming a iKut of, 5. -.",7: Hurons. i. 4:;:'.: Biarf.s inilnence 

the capture of resolved upon. 5 left amon^. i.4:;;;: sent to Canada 

LASl; prejudicial to rite English for a teacher, i. 4;;.'.: declared that 

Colonies. 5. ;;■.'>; tlie Abnaki the Enulisli sluuild not stand on 

mixed with tlie Indians of, 6. i'o7: their soil. i. 4;;4: so nanieil by the 

the French ix.pulation in l.iH. 6. Jesuits. 5. ;;27: location of. 5."oL'7: 

lioS: to use the Indians against 6. i';)4, :.'si>-2^] : 7. ]oi/i ; 8. -Jijo-L'ori: 

the Engli>li, 6, 2;;>, ^-'M: granted some of the tribe taken by Wey- 

lands t<* the Indians. 6. ■_':;>. L'.V.t; mouth, 5. :]i.'7-:;-i«:: extinct.'s. oiiS: 

.the expelled Aeadi.iu^ went to. same, as the Norridgewocks, 6. 

6. 343*i; Carigan regiment in. 7. 2:52, 234: on the Kennebec, 6. 281; 
42; Jesuits the only instructor.- in, in Acadia. 7. lOl;*; ruled by St. 

'•' 7. 5'J; Frontinac governor of the Castine. 7. 55/y ; on the Kennebeek 

second time, 7. ■>'.<: acquired by Grant. 8. 2ii.'.--'0(;: mentioned, 4. 

Great Ihitain. 8. L''.: the Frencli (kj; 6. 212. i'3_': 8.215. 

fear to lo>e, 8. C_'4: regions con- Cannon street. g.:','>l. 

tained in, 8. 31'.': .■sully did not ap- Canoes, manner of carrying them over 

prove the colonization of. 9. ;»,; land, i. 5U4-5U5. 

under the juri>^di.-tion of France. Canso, number of Indians at. i.2S(bi; 

g.jlO; mentioned, i. ;j4.,, ;;;:;.;. 515. boundary of A<-adia. 5. :;25: French 

527, 5;J0; 2. lii'. 1')::. ](i-, :.MJ: 3. ],ad much trade, and tisriini: on 

l(i5. 2'.>(, :;n;, ;J7s, :;^3, ;js7. :■.:». the coast at, 5. .■;l'5: mentioned, 8. 

404, 4i.'5, 4l',, 42-: 4. :;i«. '.(7. ;•■<. iKj. ip.l, :]ui, :]iyj, ;j;j'j; .sec al-so 

147, 154, 1.55. 15:i. IM. .My.'.. ;J24, Canceau. 

345, :Ur,: 5. Ixii, i;3, PO, 2»JtJ, i'S4. r'anterburv. 3. C.-^. 

404: 6. 213. 223. -32. 1^33, 234. 235, Canton, Cliina. early trade with, 4. 24. 

23''i. L'3(. L'3-. j4j. L'l:.'. i',5. i'7'">. .Mass., l;ol>ert Thornron a resider.t 

2S1; 7. 01'. s:;^ s.-,. >,;. .„,^ (,v_ <,U„, of, i. 140/;. 

liyj, 203. 2s<;. ;;.-,.;. :;:,-. :;.s;,^ ;■;)(,, cj.^p Corneille. 7. 2t;3. 

3'Jl, 404, 47'.'; 8. 14. Is. .vj. ps, i^,;^ Capawick, belon-ed to the Province 

lii7, 144, 1_4;'. 1.53. L' 15. 2^:2, -31, of Maine, 2. 7": now Martha's 

332, 244, -'73, 274. 34'.i; 9. 2, 3(}, 52, Vineyard, 2. 25; meniioued, 3. 2'J, 

87, 183, 213, 21'.', 203;(; Arnolds ] 30,31. 



IXI>EX TO COLLKCTIONS. 



47 



Capeniiawlmcon. a spolliii:^' of r;\j>L' 

Mai'.waujiM. 3. Si"!.>i- 
Cape Ann. turnu'V lionu- <^f tlio \V;iko- 
Icys, I. :2lL': too hi;;hly praisi-d. 2. 
PS; sea-serpent at. 3. ?>'.>; sliip of 
tlie riymoutli Colony lisliiiiix at. 
5. I'W; plantation l)ei;un at. 5. lt!s. 
the liist plaee ju rinanently oeeu- 
pied in Mass.. 5. \t\>ii. IM'; the 
Arlulla at. 5. \\>\': home ot Thomas 
(Jaidner. 5. .'■';•■)/(: t'lianiplain at. 7. 
2(!i': I. lOn. l.j;;. ::ns: 2. '.''.). l-M: 3. 
S1.5ii; 4. o2-2\ 5. uS.'j; 7. •_'(;.">: 8. 
22.Sii. 

Colonv. foundation laid by Conint. 
5. ills, 1*J4: in liiL'ij the most im- 
portant settlement on tlie e^la^t. 
5. IV'.\ \Wii. 
Blaiie. Champlain at. 7. -*'>2: now Cape 
Cod. 7. •-'<•>:.'. 

Dloniidon. 8. l-.'O. l-U. 140. 

r>onaM auon. 5. _;'>'••. 'JW. 

lirrton, as a sailinu' dirveti(M:. 2. I'^a: 
de.-.tinatiiiu of Challon^e. 2. L';]i/: 
captured. 4. 2")7: part of tlie erant 
to Alexander. 7. 27: to belouL;" to 
the French, 7. >-'i: mentiomd. i. 
34,: 5. :]:]:3: 6. ;>4: 8. 14'.L :;o2. :]10. 
•Sol. ;;:!2; 9. 101. o4S. 

l^retou. islaml of. -s- c island of Cape 
Breton. 

Breton jxiint. 5. 0'<(">. 

Breton war. int-i.'rrupted the settle- 
ment of Bu:vton. 2. I:)'.*. 

Clear. 7. :;:';4. 

Coil, ("apt. .John SMiir'i at. i. .'11 : 2. 
.■)4": 7. ;;!."): tlie I'ilurinis arrivi il 
at, I. :j:]; settleni' nts on. i. ."iti: 
Joshua Bancs eanif from. i. Ni'i/; : 
named by Gosni'M. 5. l"'*: Firneh 
.ship wrecked on. 5. lt'4: on Ilub- 
bard's ma]i. 5.2*1!//: railed Malle- 

■ barre, 5. '.yj'i, ;;i".*: S.oL'l: a bound- 
ary of Acadia, e.-.'/j:,-. I)u 3Iont at, 
5. ;;2'.'; 8. :]21: Chamjilain at. 7. 
2C.2: 8. :)lT-;'.ls: called Cape Blanc. 
7. L'(J2: ^\'eymouth at. 7. 2'.i:l: men- 
tioned, i.:!4/(: 2. S4. L'.'>^, I'i'd : 4. 
^72. -M:]. ;]74; 5. :;47 : 6. 211, -^v; 
7. 2M. Si')!!-. 8. L'oo. -Jill. 

de Vert, taken from the Dutch, 7. 
IS\). 

Diamond, i. .")20, .">21, ."r22. 

Klizalieth. formerly a part of Fal- 
mouth, I. 21; a bouinlary of the 
l'lou<rh patent, i. 4."j. so; ;v part of 
the j^rant to tioodyear and 'J're- 
lawny. i. 48, "j2: a boundary of 
Xew Souicrsetsliire. i.fi;; bound- 
ary of Livonia, i.'.i')-. mills erected 
at^i.llit, 120, 24:);(: laud at sold 
to It. Jordan, i. bJO; land at con- 
veyed to John and Robert Jordan. 
I. 2:12; Bobert Joidaii conveyed 
land ;it to Nathaniel Fryer, i. 2:;:;; 
land couvejed to Robert Elliott, i. 



2:r>;i; fishermen settled at. i.27-'>; 
road laid out. i. 27S: home of tiie 
descendeuts of Philip taiuuison. 
I. :;io: home of John AVallis, i. 
:; 17: home i>f llobi'rt Jordan. 2. 
2:'.:;: G. l>sS; scut militia to Fal- 
mouth. 3. I'.'7: Maiclenaghan at. 
3. ■j7-")h: l'resb\ terian- at. 3. 
27')/i; visite<i by Kahieli Gilbert. 
3. :ii02: called ."^emiamis. 3. :\i)-ji,; 
part of called Purpooduck. 4. los; 
boundary of the L;raiU to Dye. 5. 
xxi: Scotch emigrants at. 6. ;Il': 
slaves held in, 7. 214: lucniioncd, 

1. 42, TrJ, ;;24: 2. ^."i. ><".; 3. 212; 4. 
14, I'M, 111: 5. n27.442: 6. i:;7. ISO; 
7. 21'J. 2.">o. 2(;.j: 8. l.')2: 9. luO, :J07. 

Harbor. 7. :]01. 
Ilatt. ras, 6. 210. 

IIolll. 4. L'4. 

Jt'Ui-ion harbor, 5. .■177. 

l^a Hhvc. 7. 2"/0. i'(;o. 

XecUlick, had two garrison hou.se.s, 
7. 111. 112: site of one. 7. 112; de- 
scribed, 7. 112-11:!; sulfered fiom 
Indian wars. 7. lb'.; mentioned, 8. 
12S: 9. ills. :;<i7. 

Xeddick crei'k. g. :'.bsH. 

Neddiek river. 7. 112. 

Nesick. 9. :l')7. 

Newatren, formerly Capemanwairen, 

2. 4S(7; visited by Bevett. 2. 4S«; 
5. 10'^: early settled. 2.>i'>((: de- 
serilied. 2. Sil/C home of Thoma.s 
Cleaves, 2. 2:jil; home of John 
Tueker. 2. 'S-Wr. settlement de- 
str<iyed, 4. 22:1; .<:ran"ed to Levett. 
5. IGS: already .uiven to otlui^. 5. 
ISd; tax of in 1074, 5. 2.')0; Wey- 
nioiitirs men landid at. 6. :'.]!; 



now ."^outhjiort. 6. -'A', 

4. 107: 5. 240. 2.")n; 

i-j.".. i;;o. i;li. 

Xewa'j,"en island. 2. SO/i 

of Good Hope. 4. 24: 7 

of ."^airadahock. 2. SO. 

Porjtus. bouuilary of 

patent, i. 4."^, >'>: 3. :12 

of Ly^oiiia. i. '■>! : 3. i^ 

trranted to John Bu.-h 



meiitionvd, 
. :;iO. :J11; 9- 

5. ;ii;i. 

i;i','/(. 



the 



I. 



Plou-h 

juiidary 
hind in 
'7: land 



in ;,'ranted to b'ichanl ,Moore, i. 
07: 3. 77: submitted to the juris- 
diction of Mass.. I. 100, 102. lO".. 
]•;.",; 3.4:5; home of Moi-frau How- 
ell. I. 10!);u 1S.>; ordered to lay 
out highways, i. IO-j; distance 
from York. i. I'iO; ju'esented for 
not attendinii' the court's order, i. 
1S4. IS.O; number of militia in. i. 
22^; not reja-esented in the liist 
assembly, i. 241: to furnisii one 
man for Fort Loyal, i. 2'>0: saw- 
mills at. I. 20s, 2i;'.': dispute about 
the boundary lit c, i. oOl, ."flS; 
commission apjioin ed, i. :;o) : tl'e 
line settled by iniying a tavern bill, 



48 



>JAlXr, HISTORICAL SOCIETV. 



Ca)>e T'urims — continued. I 

I. o".'.l -;;•;:.'; now Ki'iinobunk]iort, ' 

1. G'"'-; 2. sok: tlu' si'KTinK'u of 
put (')iarl(S I'otuin niulir tainily 
j^iivi'i iiiiu'iU. 2..';T'.': liiicil I'm- iioi 
takini;- caiv of tlu- cliilihiii. 2. oSO; 
('apt. Sliajilcip:!! i-nniinis^i.uuT for. 

2. ;]^'J; tlic i«i'oi^li' of >imi tliL- 
jii'tition to Cromwell, i. :'..':.'; dv- 
sirf<i a niauistrati'. i. ;;'.'T: iK-tnl 
a minister, i. m'.'T; houses of. 
1. 5."j(i: Capf. Levctt at, 2. Mt; 
boun lary of L)yL'"s uraui. 5. xxi; 
Ciiauiplain at. 7. 2<'il: nu'mi<aiL(l, ( 
I. .Mt;; 2. SI. 1-17: 3. -•2'>: 9. ;;t;t). ( 

Porpus falls, I. .".."'7: laml at belouuod < 
lo John \Va(llei;.;h, i. ••".•"/S. (_ 

I'orpus river, land at granted t<i 
John .^tratton. i. SO;;. ;].").']; Levotfs 
account of. I. o-JM: now Mousam 
river, i. :;.'>.■!: claimed as a bound- ' 
arv of Weils, i.;J(;i; nu-ntiuneii, i. < (' 
41;;. C 

IJosier, Lieut. Small at. 5. 0-^4; (_uigin 

of the name, 5. :JS4;i. 
llou^re. tlie hunter at, i. 4',)l'. 407. [ C 

Sable, a boundary of the ;j,rant to ' C 
Alexander, i. .!4; mentioned. 5. ' 
2.">1; 7. L'(;4; 8. li'i!: g. '."'.i, IDJ. iu:,, , 
10!), 1 10. : 

Sable Indians, I. 21S; 3.410,422.42.'^. I 
Salles, 3. :;47. | 

Sant.'-. I. 4'.'2-. -i'X]. 4<»7. I 

Small point, supposed to be .'^ite of . 
the eoh.ny of the I'lymoutii Com- 1 
J»a!iy. 2. i.'7'r: proliably visited by ; 
I'opham's colonists. 3. 2'.i4;! : men- 
tioned, 9. l;!n. 
Capcman\va;,'en. visited by Levt-tt, 2. \ 
■i'^i'. .^1); now Cape Newa<ien. 2. '■ 
4>^<r, granted before the arrival of : C 
Pevett. I, 4'.ty, 50.': part of Booth- ! 
h:i\\f-r,„; early settled, SO;; ; men- | 
tione<l. I. ')')l\ 2. ^S; 5. ](;.•>: see 
Cape Xewa^en. 
<"apeh. Chailotte. dau.i,diter of Thoma.s, 
married .John Sowdt)n, 8. 1."):]. 
Ilojxslill. 8. l."<2. 
ratiencc. 8. I.'):]. 

Tliomas. sun of Ilopestijl. 8. 1.52: 
niarried Jane Xobie, 8. 1.52; chil- 
dicii of. 8. 15;]. 
Cajti.^ic, d. linition of not determined, 

I. 205;,. 

falls, rianees .'^m.ill lived near. i. 
Ill; land at planted bv Ca]jt. 
l>:ivis, J. 2.52; mentioned," i. 05, 

ti5;i. liO.V, 2,">.-,. 

rivei, held near eonveved to James ( 
Andrews, i. 117; land at eonveved 
to Francis Small, i. US; m'ilis 
erected at, i. llii. 'JIO. 24:;,(. 250, 1 
'Ml; settlements extended to i'. ! 
204; Ci-o. In^orsoll jr.had a house i ( 
at, I. L04, 2M5, ;j-l; Pdchard Pow.s- ( 
iaud, Kcttled near, i, 205, 322- C 



Thomas Cloice settled near. i. 
205, 2.52: luuue of John Jneersoll. 
I. 21.). ;]11, ;]2I; h.uisc at burnt 
by ludi.ans. i.214: families at. i. 
210. 1:S(1; land near eranted to 
John Skillin'_^ i. 24"i; land at con- 
firmed to Mary M up. joy. i. 255; 
(Jeo. Munjoy owned land at. i. 
250: Silvanus Davis h.ul a mill at 
I. 2r.O: road to. 27^-27'.': JosciJi 
In^^ersoll lived at. i. :n2; S;im- 
12; men- 



102; 3. HI 
l>etition to Cliarles 

— . 5- -•'J- 

125. 



C 



nel Inirersol lived at. 
tioned. I. 112. 200, 255; 4. Iu4. 
apitol hill. I. 410. 
apjies. Father Felix. 7. 82. 
aptain l>rown"s hill. 4. 2S0. 
ard. Francis, taken prisoner ■with his 
family. 1.224; 2. 102; 3. HI; e.s- 
ca]ie(l. 3. 111. 
John, siuiu'd the 
il.. I. 4i>2. 
'.ireii, (5irporal 
arey, J)r. Fzry. 
Maurice, 2. 125. 

Jiul^e . 2. 117. 

arew. George, 7. :102. 
aruiil. Arbor. 9. 140, 150. 151. 
Charles, 4. 21:5. 214. 227. 
David, received land from Mary 

Mulford, 2. 2;]4; 4. 201. 
Henry. 4. 21:5. 
homestead, the. 4. 21."]. 
Capt. James. ij:ran<lfathcr of Joseph. 
4. 22o: attacked the Indians. 5. 
;]00; sent to lind canoes. ;J7o; 
burned the blockhouse at Fort 
I'ownall, ;)^7; mentioned. 5. ;]t)7, 
.•J08, otiS//, ;J70, o74, .-mS. ;;s5 ; 5. :].";S. 
Capt. Joseph, 4. 210. 217. 210, 22:', 

227. 
arit^tiau Peeiment, joined by •''^t. 
Castine. 7. 41 : in Canada, 42; dis- 
bandeil, 4;;. 
Salieres. 5. 41. 
arleton, 9. 110. 

Gen. Guy. rejiorted at Montreal, i. 
477; burned Caldwell's house to 
hinder Arnold, 407; went <Ui\vn 
the river to Quebec. 510; humane 
to the prisoners. 525; discovered 
a i>lot amonj^ the jirisoners, 525. 
527; paroled the itrisoiu-rs. 527; 
buried Monteomery with honors, 
525: mentioned, 400, 5'.'1. 
Osgood. 8. 17. 
arlisle, the Earl of, 2. 54. 
Joseph, 4. ;J21. ;]52. 
M.. 5. 1.52. 
arltfin. Jonathan. 3. ISO, moved to 

Machias. 3. 177. 
Moses. 7. ;J57: his dau^^hter married 

the Hon. Krastus Foole. 6. 7i.'/i, 
Thomas. 5. is;), 
arlyle. Thomas, 8. 478. 
armen. Thomas. 5. ;jl4. 
armJchael, William, 3. 339. 



INDEX TO COLLECTION- >;. 



49 



rnrov, tlio Kcv.. 7. 2.O.J. 

— , 9--^J- 
r.uiU'V, Adilison. 4. •.Mil. 
Mrs. A<l(liso!i, 4. -ji:). 
C;»rolin;i, 6. •_'-■;.!. 

<'arolii);i,s, tlio, Ssi.ti>l>-Iri-h scttlo in. 
6. '.I; coniiiti.tii nf in IH'U. 7. i:il. 

<';»roliiu' Cii.st.', tlu', 8. ','J. 

<';u;H'ntor, Pliilii). lived at .SiMirwink, 
1. :;-(). 
Sflh. 4. Ot'O. 
'riioHiii.s, 2. 170. 

Carr. Gcorm'. 4. :V2\. :>.">2. :"!.'):). 
."^ir liob'-Tt, oiMuniis.'^idm'r to settle 
tlio (littieulty between Maine and 
:v[a.ss. I. IT-"): at Pascata<iua, i. 
IT-J; pocple vf >[aiue de.^ire his 
I'nitectinii, 1. isi: went to Knu'- 
land. I. lsi,,-l>L'//: death of, i. 
L'^-»i: nienrioiied. i. !>."). .]~i}. 
Thomas, 9. :;sl'. 

C.inabasset river, visitod hy Montres- 
sor, I. i'Ahi. 

Tarrartoank. sr^ Carritiink. 

<"arratuncas Carrying; IMace, i. .".11. 

<"arrel, Armaud X., liistory of tlie 
Counter IJevolution in "EnLjIand. 
cited, 7, 1:;t«. 

<'arntunk. 4. .■}i:;, 3:]T, oO.*^, 3Gf>, oT>, 
oT;», ;]1»S. 
Kails, visited by Montressor. i. 4.".(»: 
a boundary of the Kennebec pur- 
chase, 2. I'TC: Indian name of the 
Kennebec falN. 4. lo:,; mentioned. 
I. 5U.J; 4, -.M:]. ;;;.•., :iii;. ;;4>. 

<"arrying places, i. 471. 47i'. 47o. 47."), 
47tJ, 47S; 3. iVll. :)l'i': 8. •-'.■|'l. 

Cai-swell famiiv, .settle in .^t.-rliu'^ 6. 
'2'-]. " ~ 

Cart path of Walter Philliiis, 9. ]:|4, 
loL 

Carter. Xathaniel IT., preceptor of 
Portland Acadeniv, 8. IUj: men- 
tioned, 8. 4i:;. 
Pichanl, 3. ]~:]. 

^'arter's mill, 3. l.-,l. 

Cartwri^'ht, C.d. Gjor-e. commission'^r 
to settle disj)ute l)etwefn Maine 
and Mas.s., i. 17:), ls.->: at B.jsf.n. 
I. 17.); captured by the Dut.di. i. 
IS-Jit; counselor, i, :)7'i: i,Mvc an 
account of New Eii'^lan'l to t!ie 
Council for ForeiLrn i:elation~. k. 
1>4G. 

Carver, Jonathan, his tr;uels cited i. 
412; 6. 210. 
JJobert, sij.,nied the treaty of ITl.;. 6. 
'2')'j; anto^^raph. 6. i'.7.V. 

Ca;-co, beaver tr.id(! at. r..0.">: Cleeves 
liic first settler at. i. cl ; lon^r used 
as a name for Falmouth, i. tj-j: 
Mr.s. Macworth"s jtrojierly at. i. 
"<"«; home of 'J'hum IS \Vi<c\ r. 71: 
Mitton con-table nf. i. ss; r-ourts 
|>t-M at, I. 'Jl. ;)-. i;js. ivj, l.'^S. 
37G, 040, .^47; 3. io: the peoj)le of 



join Cloevos, j. 01; tived. i. 04 1 
;Jtl^; iKinu'of Arthur .Ml. w irtii, i- 
'Mn\ ineluded in Liu'otii t. 1. '.»7: 3- 
'2-\i(: Thorn IS Morris lived a*. int>,<; 
Hu.:ii >r-'sier lived at. lO'i.,; sub- 
mitted 1(1 the jurisidieti.m -'i Mass , 
I. id:.. ;n.-,. ;;s,;: 3. 4.-,. ^,;. i„ i.J. 
called Falmouth, i. lo;. :>'7: a 
■ 1,'eneral name fora laru'e t.'.i :;cr\ , 
I. 112: inhabitants in ]!',',<. :. ii'i; 
liome of (reor.i^e F^ewis. i. 117. ;N:;- 
Seittcryu'ussut lived at. i. 1!-; 
home of Francis Sm ill, i. li--; 
home of John Phillips, i. !i!i- 
mills at, I, I2'>. Lio, -jr.j. I'^i; 2. 
171; home of Fiancis XeaJe, i. 
P-'O: Pobert Jordan authorized to 
use land at, i. l:;o-l;ll; a mi]! of, 
I. 14S; desired a minister, i. i'll,(; 
3- 10-11, I.".:',: In.me of Ceo. Mun- 
joy. I. 177; sent a petirimi ;.. tin; 
kin.:. I. I7S; described bv-Iweehi), 
1.211.;, .-,.-,1: attacked bv Indians, 
I. 211; 3. 107, 140; 5. 2.SO; miiiii^i 
in. I. 22>; the tragedy at. (-(.m- 
menced by Mu<:Lr. i. 22'.'. treaty 
n!;i(ie with tlie Indians at. i. 2:;o; 
Fort Loyal in the care of (iendall; 
1. 2:11; land at conveved to .Su- 
sannah Brackctt. 1. 2.;';; iuh ilti- 
tants in lti7.'>. i. 2.;t;;(; j.^.o e . oji- 
<duded at. i. 241: honu- of .Lw,.[,h 
Holmes, I. !'.-,(),(: Anthnny iJr-.ick- 
ett in cominaii^l at, i, i.'7!i 
veyed, i. 27'."; feared to !; 
center oi Indian trouble-, i 
deserted, i. JOl ; 4.7:;; 6. 1.<1 
in care of private citizens, i 
:^02; soldiers need supj.Jies. i. 
207/i; soldiers killed at. i.;;;^: 3. 
1<»7; held by the envmy. 3. :;ii:;„; 
relatives of soldiers killed ar to be 
paid. 3. ;;(j:J/(; treaty of, 3. .; ■;;; 2. 
171: 3. lir>; aneedote. i.:; 1); i md 
at left to the children of .1 -.•iies 
En-Hsh, i.JjOO: Thonias K.a.lin'^ 
nioveil to, :;ii;»; home of .b.hu 
York. I. ;;is; ho;ne of FJi-ln An- 
drews. I. ;;p.i; home .0' .; lines 
Andrews, i. .il'.i; hoaie of I:lM•!;..v,.!• 
])avenpolt, I, ;jL''); 
Thomis Felt, i. :;20; 
Josej)h Ifoimes. I..J21 
Samuel Pike, i. ;ji'l'; honi' <,f 
William Royal, i. .•;22; hoin • of 
John Tucker, i. :\2J; home <jf 
Lewis Tuck -r. i. .•;22; Iioim; of 
X.itiiani d W'haiir, i. :.':;:;: h.iine 
of .Mi<iiael Milton i. .M ; Mepht'i 
Batcholor called to ))re,i>)i in. i. 
"<4'.</(; lett -r to from the L"'Vern- 
meiit of Miss., I. ,j>U; vi>ired by 
In Han Sairanujres, 2. 4'.!'/; Mi^un:- 
joy a ma^dstra e for, 2.04'/; uam.' 
ii\\i-n to by Levett, 2. s",,; ,|,.. 
nied the jurisdictivu of M.c-s . 3. 



SLU'- 
th. 



J<u-t 



Home ><\ 
ho:ne ..: 
liome oi' 



50 ]MATNE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

Casoi — continued. 1 cnlloil LcvetTs rivor. 2. Sa/i ; men 

44; oidoicd to csi;iMisIi ro:uls. 3. tioiud, 2. !:;■_'. 1.":;. I'-Jl. 

rjS; oulU'il Aoo:>k'i>. 4. In;'.: (Ii'(i- Cum-. Kldi-r ]>:»;ic. 4. ;!ii(;; pioaiiu-.i 

iiilion of llu' naino. 4. 1 l"i : a li'MU- at 'riioinastou. 7. 'S-'>: at AVin- 

it r town in 171^'.. 5. ■-"■''^: Ilolifit tliii>]), 7. 'J'2'>: rci>rfst iitativo ii> 

Jordan otli< iatvd at. 6. isi, iss. the gL-ncral eoiirt. 7. I'l'-'i ; divd 7. 

IS'.i; nu'iitiivncd. i. ot). 4S; 2. .■;■), !.'•-'(■>; iioculiaritios of. 7. ui'i! ; fatluT 

.v-n; 3. 107. 111. i-". !-I. l-li''. •■'-■'.L'. of tile Hon. Is:iac. 7. l'-J.'>. 

:;74. 41.;: 4. l'''.': 9. 1"'. •'•'W; .vc the Hon Isaar, son oi Iddcr Isaae, 

C'aseo I>ay an 1 F.diuout'i. 7. :.'•_'.">. 

lV»y, isU\nds in to Ik- a I'art of Fal- Casli, Alii'e. 4. 4u:3. 

inontli. i.-M; eallt d Anoocisco. i. John. 4.4(1.'!. 

;JI: disertt'd. i. .'d ; boundary of , Sanmel. 4. 4i).'l. 

\Vay's uiani. i. 40i/. SO: boundary f'askoe. .s'-'^ Casro. 
of the Trelawney patent. i.4S. so"; ^ ('a>s. I.owi.s, 8. :Mi\ 4:;t). 443. 

C'U'i've.s tiie hi'st settler on. i.tll; I'assit'rs. . i..')L".). 

land at "jranti'd to Artluir .Mae- Casteen sir Castine. 

vorth. I. <W: Ccnrm.' Luxton in, Castile. 6. li'iiyj. 

I. 71; a triti'ii in, i. 77: ('a>iine. foiinerly TIaircraduee, 2. •_'!•">; 

boundary of the ^[.i-sachu- 6. 107-loS; 7. l^o], ;;28; exped.itMu 

.setts elaini. I. Uto; a .^oo^i ha; bor, auainst, 3. L'n4: 7. l'o;;; Arrhisr 

I. bSl; lish plenty, i. ISl: Ann Brairdon wounded at, 3. l'04--i:m.'i: 

liraekett cseajied aeioss, i. •_-:;.".; lield by Eimland. 4. 7^: ealled 

iind near owned by l\tir IJow- Majabawaduee Point, 4. .'3l'4. .■>24(i; 

doin, I. 27*1; surveyed, i. •-'7'.»; 6. 107. H'S: tlu> most endnriuL;- of 

rleeves luld a rourt at. i. ■■)47: ' Freneh settlenients. 6. -J : honit of 

frozen ovir. 2.21:^: claiaud as a I.saac Parker. 6. ".''.•/( ; early known 

boundary of the Kenneboe jiur- : to Freneh tishfrinau, 6. lO'.t; eoins 

tdiase, 2. 27'''; lioun.dary of the ' found near, 6. 114; h:'.rlv>r oi. 6. 

l>louL:h patfur. 3. :;-J: vi>ited by i 114; attacked by Anvlr.)ss. 6. I'.'l: 

];aki^h Gilbert. 3. .'Jn^o : many : ineluded in JJauaduee, 7. 4: last. 

isl inds in, 3. '-^''-Jn; boundary of vesti^esof the Pilgrim's f(>rt mar, 

V*'harton"s tiratit. 3. :V_'."i. :).>'>; In- 7. :)! : formerly Penta<:ouet. 7. 7;'; 

dians sunim^ii-d to a <-ont\Tfnri' Elder Jesse Lee preaidicd at. 7. 

at.3.;]77: on 'llubbanrs maj). 5. 227: common schools in. 8. l-">s; 

I'lil/j; l)u Mojits at, 5. ■y2:<: Sir Indian name of, 9. •J''ii\u: mi-n- 

Edmnn 1 .\nlros at. 7. .j4 : expe- tioned. 4. ,'-',-2\ii. Ml \ 5. xx. y.i. 

(iition to port Pi>yal returned to. i oS-3/i. v'J4, ;;'.'•"): 6. lU'^, lb'. ■.-'.•".; 7. 

7. 7G; described by ChampLiin, 7. ■ 2.1; 8. :31'.i. -V-'^^: 9. b'.o. id], l*):]. 

:;•"/.'; wliy it is aruiexed to Fal- coins, where found, 6. 1 14; tinnier of. 

mouth on the records. 8. 2:34, 2:;4/(: 6. 114-11.j: numb.-r found. 1 l.')-llt>; 

liuntioned. i. '>i. t;o, cj. c,:;. (;4„. kimls found. 6. ll.'i; exannnerl l)v 

OS. fj:t. !t7;(. 14^/*. 14'.i. i.')!, l.;c., 22t), \ Dr. .Stevens. 6. 110; de.seribe<l. 6. 

'S',') II. •^•^■2)1, '■]-'!. 4t\'\ ■>U. .'4'i. ."i4!), ; 117-12.J; supposed to li.ave l>een 

:,:>C,: 2. 4'.i", 172, -jls. -.'s;;; 3. 4:>;;, | hidden by .St. Castine. 5. 12.''>-l-_'tJ ; 

.s'.t, ;]!■'). :;i';. :vs.K ■)■)), :'.■',]. ;J:]2, ' one pieke'd up at the fort. 6. 1l'v/i. 

:;44, :;i7. :;4-. :;77. ;;7'.>. o'.'-".. ;;;'(',, Castine's fort, 6. 114. 

411, 4111. 4_'l 424. 427. 4.'J."), 44."): 4. ; %var. same as Kinu' William's war, 

I'l'), ir.ii, p;.-,; 5. 4-j^ (j;3_ o..,;_ :yj~ \ g_ ]io. occasioned by the English. 

;;.*■'.; 6. l:;^. l.s.'>; 7, 220. L'i;2; 8. I 6. 112. 

110, -.'20, 22<;/,. 227. 2:]n, 2:37, 2:38; ' .s-^<" St. Castine. 

9. 27 -".'_: »>■'■ also Casco. j Castle island. Jioston. 6. 2<4. 

fort ,sn Fort Loyal. I of Cormentin. captured l)y tiie 

Indians, Scithery^'usset chief of the. ' Dutch, 7. 1:]'."; captured bv tlie 

I- ns. j En-lish, 7. 1 :;'.». 

li'. .-r. a Ix.undary of Trelawny"s : i)innace the. 8. l'2'.». 22'.b). 

jMtcut, I. 4';. 4s. 7); uncertainty | Willi;im. 5. ;3s.J, :i<jti; 8. 12.'), 22'j/i, 

ol the true Oil.-, i,4'.>; Cleeves and 242. 

'I'wckcr enlai^'ed their borders on Caterramo;:,i,^us. 6. 2.">7. 

t!ie. I. Gs, i!7: jieoplo of com- Cathance river. 3. :3b]: a liounilary of 

phuiied of win'er. i. 72-70: bound- tlie Kennebec jiurcliase. 2. L'77. 

aiy of Hope A!hn"s pllrcila:^e. i. Cathay, Colnmbus supposc-d ho liad 

]j.'\: .-iwrnill-. to bi- erected on. i. reached it, 2. l;]';-bb/ ; Cabot ex- 

]:'.o; Kobt rt Jordan one .if the pected to discover it, 2. 14-r. 1.3^.'; 

chief i)roi.iiei(.r.> on tiie. i. LJi); country comprised iri. 2. 7t3ij; mtn- 

cio.-,.sed by a feny, i. l'7s; to be | tioned," 5. 03 4; 9. :304. 



INDEX TO rOI.LF.fTIOXS. 



51 



f';illit)li( ism amoncr tlio Iinlians diif t.> 

M. C'astino's exortions. 6. 111. 
C'uthnlic inis.->iui)s in Muiiu', i. 42i>- 

prit_->»ts. (lii'ir iiiliueni'c mer the In- 
«li:ins, I. 2-2'.*: si < also Jesuits tlu^ 

(';«.tln>!iis in Iivl.uul. 6. ti; hut t\-\v 
ciJiu' to AnuMira bot'ure tlio \l<jy- 
olution. 6. ID; nimtiuiu'il. 7. •Jl'.L 
I'Si; 9. ]•>;;. 

("attle dtsfioyed hy wi'lvcs, i. :>)i'i; 
iiniDitctl. 2. ."id,;; exiHHtoil at Pas- 
cataqua. 3. 2 J;/: scanity in Main>\ 
3. 7:.', 7-;;: tuiiu-d limsf. 3. 14';; 
marked, 3. 14.;. 144; uiontioncil. 3. 
.^s. l-*0: .vv( _^oat<. 

(.'ault-y. . owned the ni<;:^'ins farm. 

3. !(.!»/; married Widow Uiadlord, 
3- 7'.t. 

Caulin. ("apt. . 8. 1G'.>. 140. 

(avt'sisix mill. g. l.'.l. 
river, g. l:;4, l.jt;. 

('e!)ahi,s, 7. 'J7. 

Cecil, Lord. 4. (l-^; 5. 14S; cod pre- 
sented to. 5. 14.">. 

Ce !ar, commo)i at the ICiver Des 
I^ouits, I. 4."(). 

f'eler, Keynold. .<ij:ii m1 tlie petition of 
1(>72 to Mass.. 5. L'4!. 

(-'ellen, Thomas. p<.'titioned to Mass. 
h) stop the strife between Cleeves 
and Jordan. 1. 141. 

('eitic. the. i. 4l'7. 

t'eiKhiile, Walri-r. 5. 00. 04. 

('enter street, i. •J4-<. ■J4'.'. ;;i."j. 
.«lreet !<ohool house. S. \i\'>. 

Central America, coa-t ul discovered, 
2. 14'/. 

Chahinock.s, Thoma.-?. sa<:amore of 
Wells, deed to John Wadleigh, i. 
•>")7-o-jS. 

ChadiMjurn, Cenjarnin. 8. 102. 

Iluniphrey, a-^soi late. i. lO"); held 
the county court, i. 17'): had a 
.'sawmill at Kittcry. i. L'ljs ; niili- 
tary ofiicer tor Kittery. i. oi'.'.); 
si^^ned the petition to Cromwell, 
I . ;;'.<4. 
Prof. P. A., 6. :;47. :l';i ; on the oy.s- 
ter shell deposit at Damari.scotta, 
6. 34.V;«1. 

Chadwick, the liev. Benjamin, mar- 
ried Eunice Willard. 3. 10.;: 
preached ;ir Danstan. 3. 1(;:]-1G4; 
death of, 3. 104. 
Jason, 2. i'Si. 

I'aul, killed. 5. Ixiii: 9. l»04; trial of 
liis murderess, 8. :>7. 

Chain lake.s, the. (<.!. Montressor at. 
I. 4;jn. 

Cliairnsay, .xr-<? DWulney. 

diaises in 17Vo, 7. ■j:;r,n.'' 

Clialeur bay. 7. 4.»/(. 

Clialloni,', Capt. ll^-nry, 2. 20; com- 
manded the expedition of hir F. 
Gorges, 2. 2;Jrf, is; 5. ;;;];;; cap- 



tured. 2. 2'";'i. 10: 5. ;";;■;:";: to be met 
by Ilanliam and Prin^;, 2. -J-'.a : 
sick. 2. 1'.': libcratril, 2. 1'.': lia.l 
one of WcyuiDiitirs luliiii^ ^\ith 
him, 5. ;;;'.;: did not follow his 
sailinij: direct ions. 5. ;;:'.:;. 
Georue, his .Vnnils of the I'liited 
CoUmies citid. i. >::. 84. -J-JO,;. -J-.'.'.hi . 
3.."'.i;i; g. :;ll(. '-W-Ju: his (Jpinions 
of Kniinriit Lawyers liu-d, 2. ■Jt\~,n. 
William, vi-i:ed by the Lev. Paul 
Collin. 4. :;i--. :;-_'o". :;.".(t r.rrj. 
('halowner. sir Ihallonir- 
Chaniboi'lain, Joshua L.. his Maine, 
her ])lace in history, litcd, 8. 1^4/i. 
t'hambcrlin. Jurcmiah. 4. .';r,ii. 
Chamberlin'.X. Daniel. i.-'j.')0. 
Chandlers. t?tephen. i. .'):;i. 
Chanibaidt, Father, letter cited, 7. 5. 
Chaml)le, captnnd. i. 4'^i'. 
Chambly, M. <\v. in command at Pen- 
ta.Lroet, 7.4''.. -'A**: woundeil. 7. 40; 
attacked. 7. :;4<>: surrendered. 7. 
o4i»; suri>riscd at the attack. 7. 
;U( )-:;4 1 . 
Chamlily's Company. 7. 4."). 
Chani.ner.s, llcnry. sw.>re alle;zi;ince to 

the Duke 01 York. 5. l';;7. 
Cliampairne. the province of. g. 00. 
Champernoon. Francis. conn.--ellor. i. 
7o)i, Ssi, ;j(;4: 3. o:)*;: lived at Kit- 
tery, I. 8>,). 177. •2:;u: 2- ■>'>'■ active 
in opi>osin:.: 3Iass.. i. 17'>: pre- 
sented for iin )uncin_ the autlior- 
ity of Mis-.. I. 17]; 3. .j.j; ap- 
]>i>inted .lu-tive of the Peace, i. 
177: commissioned to in ike a 
treaty wirli Indians, i. 1*;;.); a rel- 
ative of Sir Walter i\alciuh. 2. 
00«/(; nephi'w of Gorges, 3. ."i."i; 
mentioned, i. ."i4-">; 9. ;>i-J. :j.").j. ;;o.'i. 
Sir Phili]). 2. i'''-',iiu. 

Chamjiigny, . cited. 7. 4.'L 43;), 62. 

Champlain. 9. !>;;. 

Samuel de, sailed alon;r the coast of 
Maine, i. -o. 20: 3. 00; accompa- 
nied the French to Nova ."^cotia. 3. 
01): 7.24'.': hi< dtscripti-m of the 
Indians, 3. '.''.': laitl the ficunlation 
of (Juebfc. 5. 17S; surrendered to 
Davi<l Kirk. 5. 10(5; in Penobscc^t 
bay and river, 6. ino; 7. :;. O'i, 2-7:;. 
;51S; named Mount Desert. 7. l'^; 
met Pias)iaba. 7. 00. 07. OS, 2.7'_'. 
2.">4; ])irth of. 7. 24'^: sou of a lish- 
erinaii. 7. l'4>: became, a sailor, 7. 
24.S; an ofHcer in tlie lioyal Ma- 
rines, 7. 24-^: in the West Indies 
and Mexico. 7. 24<: a m ui of ob- 
servation, 7. 240. -jOl-i-'C, in the 
j ex|>editiMn uitli Du Monts. 7.241': 

i Pioyal (icMjiapher, 7. 241'. 201; de- 

scribed and ])ubiished an account 
of the co;i>t of Maine. 7. 240; \s here 
bulled. 7. 240; on his lirst voya'^'c 
of discovery. ■j.'Sj')] .second voyage 



:)2 



MAINE HISTOKICAL SOCIETY 



Cliiiniplnin, Saimiol do — odiitiiiued. 
7. :.'.")(»: at Ih>ly C'r.i>s. 7. iT)!: 
in cliavije of tl:o expedition to 
>'(>iiimlio;jr:\, 7. 1' •">]-::.")■_'. :;."i4 ; do- 
sciilieil Noruiiilu'Lia. 7. i.'."''_'-L'")."l ; 
(I(sciil)cd ]\'uolisi-ot b:iy. 7. l'.")-'.; 
took tlio altitude of Nciuniliotia 
river. 7. •Jo4; at tlie (iHiiiiibeiniy 
rivof, 7. -•''•'>. iiniiortaiue of this 
voyafie. 7. '2'>o-'2'ni : not sutlieiently 
noticed liy liistorians. 7. :2.">")»; 
left .St. Croix. 7. 2'>T: at .shcep- 
.scot river. 7. ■_'•"''.>. -(':;; lieard of 
the Cliaudiere and 6t. Lawrence, 
7. 2.j!»: passed Casco bay. 7. i^GO; 
at Isle de Bacchus. 7. J(UI: at 
.Saoo rive]-, 7. l'i'jU; ilesiribed the 
culture of maize. 7. I'Cin: made a 
■ chart of the coast. 7. :Ji',i ; at ('aj-c 
l'ori)us. 7. L'til : jia^sed tlie Merri- 
mac. 7. '-'tJL'; at C'a[>(' Ann. 7. •Ji'C: 
at Plymouth. 7. :.'C,-J: at Cape Cod 
and Xanset. 7. I'li-I: 8. :')!1. :'. 1^: 
met ^larchim at Clmnacoct, 7. 
202; at the Kennebec. 7. :.'()2. :Ji3.";: 
met Anasson, 7. 2i'r-_': hears of 
Euroiieans, 7. •J('c'-2f]:;: nameil tlie 
Isle of Le S'ef. 7. 2(j.';: points to 
be noticed in this voyairc. 7. Jti-S: 
decided to remain in Amcri(^a. 7. 
2(53, 2r>4; his narrative tiic first 
thoroujj;hly intcllii^ible contribu- 
tion to the cartoLiraphy of Maine. 

7. 20i'>; mentii»ned. 7. i^T. _'•'. '-"i. 
t.'Tn, OS, OS/i, 2."j(), 2."jT. -'.'-'i. •;!;'.. ;;i-i, 

8. olT: 9. 102. l:J2. l:;2/, : his . Jour- 
nal edited by Laverditre. 7. 24"); 
cited, 2. 'J; 3. '.)'•>: 6. lo'.';;: Coast- 
ing: Voyajrcs in tlie Cidf of Maine, 
by Gen. Jcdin M. lirown. 7. 24o-2iJtJ. 

Chainplain's rocks. 7. I'l. 
Ciiamplin, the IJev. J. T., Educational 
Institutions of Maine. \Vhile a 
District of Mass.. 8. 1.0:j-l>;o. 
Ciiam]iney, the lie v. Ebenezer, 

preached at Bath. 2. 2_':;. 
Chandler, Anson (J.. 9. 170. 
Daniel, 2. 1.^2. 
family, the, 5. lix. 
Joiiii, ]iroprietur at Pemaquitl, 5. 

3U2. 
John, of Minot, 2. 1 1."). 
(ien. John, first reprosenfati\e to 
Congress from Maine. 9. lO'.t. IT^!: 
father of. 9. K",'.); his a^re at tlie 
time of his father's dcatli, 9. K','.!; 
Jn the ^var of tl:«! Kevoliition. 9. 
]70, IT"^-]'"-; in the war of isji'. 
g. 170, ls:;-2iii): ,,1 a military 
spirit, 9. 17'), 171: est;i!dished an 
arsenal at Augusta. 9. 170; est:ib- 
lished tlie l>anL;<ir railroad, g. 171: 
moved to Maine. 9. 171: iiroininent 
in town alfairs. 9. 172; justii c of 
tlie Court of .Sessions, 9. 172; 
prominent in state alfairs. 9. 172, 1 



173. 175-17(>: solf-tauc;ht. 9. 17."'- 
174; inteiestod in education, g. 
174: slnM'ilYof Kcnnclici^ coiint\ . 9. 
174-17.'). 20()-2(C): his jioliiical .-pin- 
ions. 9. 17-"); interested in the ^ell- 
eration of Maine from Mass. .9. 17'): 
moved to Au.mista. 9. 17ii: death 
of. 9. 17(>: his chaiai ler. 9. 174. 17."i- 
I'iO. 17'''-177: childixn ot. 9. I7i".: 
death of his widow. 9. 17<i: men- 
tioned, 4. :;n."), :)."■).■■). :'.7>. 4iH). 41 ».3: 5. 
xxxvii, xlii; Extracts fiom hi>i 
Journal. 9. 178-l'0."(: account of by 
(UMjr;;e F. Talbot. 9. 107-177. 

John A.. 9. 170. 

Joseph. 2. 177; taken prisoner by 
the Indians. 2. 1^2. 

Cai>t. Joseph, birth of 9. lO'.l; in the 
llexolutiim. g. lO'.': died, g. lO'.t. 

relet:. 2. 11:1. 

Belei:- W., 4. 7: 6. 37'.l. 

Beuben. 2. 114. 

Dr. Seth. 2. li'O, 122. 

Dr. , of Bowdoin Collef:e. 5. 

xviii. 
Ch;)nniri<:, Commodore. . 9. IS."). 

the liev. \Villiini Ellery. 5. xxxiii. 
xxxiv. xlvi: 6. 1."'.: 7.4ns. 
Chajiin. tlic Bev. Perez. 2. 12-"): 4. 3:>0. 
Cha]dlii. the Bev. Jeieniiah. 8. 17"^. 

17'.». 
Chapman. Abner, 7. 3O0. 371, 372. 

Jolm. of Falmouth, married Bacto 1 
Inuers.dl. i. 311. 

Lydia, daughter of Abner, 7. 30'.*: 
married to the lion. Bobert B. 
Dunlap, 7. 30'.>. 

. starved. 2. 101 : extrava.u'ance 

of. 2. 101-1(12. 
Charles l. coins of his reii^n found on 
Bichmond's island. i.4:;»: Nich- 
olas Bartlett in his army, i. ll'wc 
Baker active in brin;::ini: him to 
the Idock, I. 33t;; Cajit. Jolm 
.Smitli presented his description 
of Xew En<:land. 2. :]'j(i; ^ilorrcTs 
Latin iioems dedicated to. 2. 4r.j; 
issued an order for a general 'gov- 
ernment of Xew England. 2. 'I'.'.ti- 
."j4a; Maine named in luuiorof his 
queen, 2. .'jS;?; charter of tlie I'ly- 
moutii Company returned to. 3. 
'.]] : contirnud tiie charter of 
Gorf:es. 3. 31, .;7; 5. xxi; j:ave a 
jiatent to 'J'rclawney. 5. I7(i/': 
conveyed Canada and Acadia to 
France. 5. 2ni», 21.">. 2.31; under 
I''rencli inliiicncc. 5. 'JV^h ; a traitor 
to his own peoiile. 5. 24:;: his 
I'harters tjesi^ned to peri>etuate 
Fi>iscoTialianism, 6. Is3; (h'ath of. 
7. l:;r,; Mas.>. rejoiced at his 
dealli. 7. 14s-|4!i: denied that he 
^ave Nova Scotia to France. 9. 
110-111; mentioned, i. OS. r>4:;. 
ii-in, 20b, 2G0, 200; 3. 317, 331, 333, 



INDEX TO COLI>ECTIOXS. 



53 



<. 7. 2(\, 1-24. ir:p. 140. 141. 142. 
H''; 5. xlv. 14.'>. I'liT. 20T'i. T,-'.: 7. 
141*,, 1M>: 9. i>)i, '2-Sk ;;i(';,'. M-j: 
Mi'uidir.s <»!'. .-■('' Aikrn. I. my. 
li of Eiiul-.uitl. roooiiiiizcd tlio titio 
of Feriiinando (Joiui'^*. i- !••>. 174: 
iiisistod tli:U Ma^>:i(hu>ett.^>!n'n!il 
bo more toKrant. i. ti'i2: I'uMth nf 
I. 27o; 7. l•'>^; on Ins acoossion 
liakor Ik'd To Aint-iica. 7. :;:;i'i: liis 
arci'.ssion causi<l .Jolni Wiu-il- 
vfio-lit toivtiMii to Xow Kimlaml. 
7.o44)i: Wi'lls ineiiii'iial to. 7. M.">T. 
;;."i!t, 400-401 : frkiuUy toward Sir 
Thomas Tomjile. 7. ^JOSic rosr<>ra- 
tii>n of. 2. (■>;'." : 3."ii': 9.:i2'^: ir^ive 
a ;4rant lo .Tanu-. Duke of York. 
2.'2o2; 8. 144;i. !S4: his accession 
clian^ed the political affairs of 
Maine. 3. '■)'■): Sir John (ior^es 
{letitioiied to luni for lii.s riulits. 
3. ;>], ."lO; peoj'le of Maine st nr a 
petition to. 3. 120: immersed in 
sensualism, 5. 2.".T : hated by ^[ass., 
5. 257: a tiaitor to England. 5. 
It'W; bis rei.un (hited from tlie 
death of his fatlier. 7. Ivo; char- 
acter of. 7. lo'i-Kj7: a pensioner 
of Louis XIV. 6. loO, l.](])i: assisted 
by the Duke in tlie f^overnment. 
G. io7-l-"]S: created his brother 
Lord Hi«,di Arlmiral. 7. loS. 1:]<),: 
incorporateil the Canary Com- 
pany, and tlie lioyal African < om- 
j.any. 7. l'-j'.in: ordered Clareud'<n 
to write a history of the Keljellion. 
7. 141/(; married tlie Infanta of 
Portui^al. 7. 144,1. I4.J/; ; mentioned. 

1. 554; 2. 7-;'/. 2G1. 257: 3. 'j-'>n, 
t>:]l, 232: 5. 5. 4'-. 1;J2. 202/,. 2d5. 
272; 6. 7. 124, 15o. 151. 1>>; 7. 
141 )i, V.yjn: 9. 11. 22. :];J2. 

II of Spain, 5. li'o, ]l'o,(. 

Prince. Capt. John Smith presented 
his description of New England 
to, 2. :j5'/; 5. It'.2: named places 
on Smith's map. 5.1t'2; mentioned, 

2. ;i0(7, ij'.hin: became Charles I. 
icldch ■see. 

river, a boundary of Massachusetts 
Bay Colony. 2. GO'?; bouuda.ry of 
yrant to lireieton, 2. 4n/(: bound- 
ary of jirant to Dairel and Old- 
liam. 2. 47,t; mentioned, 7. 4^'J; 9. 
•.W.K oW. 
the. 9. o-VIn. 

Cliarleston. 7. 224. 41:1 

CluMlestown, Ma».. home of Thomas 
Kimball, i. 15); home of Joiin 
riiillips. I. ::-4>; Martha Munjoy 
b>,>rn in. i. -'A; former home of 
John anfl 'i'iiomas Jones, i. 250; 
Daniel Parker moved to. i. ;;o2; 
niortality anions the early set- 
tlers of, 2. '-Wnii-. liome of Col. 
J-'runcis Morton. 2.50/(; asked to 
aid in buihiiu'' Bunker Hill mon- 



vimont. 3. 217. 24^^: comi.iarcd to 
Kittcry, 4. 2o5: Walter ' I'hillips 
died in. 4. 21i>; Cadillai ■^ :i.iotinr 
t)f. 6. 2^7; nuntieneil. 2. 144. 175; 

3. 207. L^H. 250. 254. 2i;0,(: 4.2 11. 

•240. 2(;i. 2';7. 2t;<. 272. ;;7.;: 5. 2;.'i. 

41S. 422; 6. 17: 8. L'OO. 450; g. .-r,; 
History of, .vc Erolhingliani. 
Bicliard. 

P. L. 2. i;34. 

artillei-y. 3. 2ri'^. 

lecture, the. 9. 2;>. 

Charlevoix. Peter Francis Xavier. 

valuable fund of information in 

his wtirks. i. 401; liis Ilistoire 

Generale citetl. i. 422. 4.;-], 4o4; 

4. Ill; 7. 41, 45/(. CO. ~un. ~>n, 
S4/i, 85/(. ;!10j/, :;41; 8. 0; 9. lOo/i, 
108». lOlOi. 

Charnisay. si-c D" A ulney. 
Cliarnock, .bdiii. 7. \-\^n. 
Cliarters. tlieir distinction from pa- 
tents. 5. 2t«)-2o7; of Mass.. i. .•;2. 
7S, 27o; 9. ■■!4-o5. o7; Du Monts. 
I. 25; to GorLTes. i. Sij; to the 
Virginia Company. i.2S: to Maine 
Historical Society, i. 11 : to Wells. 
I. o'iO-OiU : ,sce Great Xew Eng- 
land Charter. 

street. 2. 201 : 9. C,A, 
Chase. Amos. 2. 138. 

Daniel. 4. 315. 

Elbridi^'e. 8. 1S3;(; 9. 

Elizaljetli Daniel. 4. 

Fatlier. 4. 351. 

Joseph. 4. 315. 

Mercy. 4. 315. 

Salmon P. 5. xxv. xxvi. 
9. 254. 

Stephen, 4. 31^. 310^ 320; 
Marv t^.-^^ijod. 4. 27S;/. 

Capt. Thomas. 4. i:10. 

Capt. William, 4. 213, 210/ 
142. 154. 

, married Betsy Bodfish. 4. 404. 

Chatham, Em^land. 3. 21G. 

Mass.. 2. 144. 
Cliaudiere ])'>nd, part of 
Command to meet at. 1. 
471. 473; Arnold at. 
menti(jned, i. 47". 47^, 4s2. 

river, Arnold to lead his expedition 
tlirou;:;h tlie valley of. 1.447; the 
place inteiidc'd for tlie emljark- 
ation of Montressor's expedition. 
1. 448, AW: settlements on. i.44^- 
440; dejith of. i. 440; compared 
to the Peno])scot. 1.453; Montre.s- 
sor at, 1.405; famous for lish, i.. 
405; Arnold liojied to reacii it in 
ten days, 1. 471.474; Arn^jhl at. 
I. 477: meaiiiiiic of. 1.514; men- 
tioned. I. 45'.i. 470. 503. 5o0. 5 '•7. 
.508. 512, 513. 515. 520„, 5^2. 523: 
4. 80, 34f., :;80. :;'.)0; 7. M-. 17o. 
175, 10.;, 25''. 25'.'. ;;>0; 8. :'i,2l5, 
21G, 220, J30. 231, 233, :;35. 



0-j. 



141, 140. 
315. 



xxxiv. xxyv; 



marnec 



9- 1^^ 



Arnold's 
4-;^. 470. 
47-;. 4'.'0; 



54 



MAI.NE lII.-iTOKICAT. SOCIETY. 



("liavacovott. Iiuliau name for tlie 

J>l)('oi>so()t riviT. 4 1(1."). 
('l>oasi)iiu'. 2. lO'i; 3. s'.«: 9. :;,"^i. 
Cbc'lKuolio. 6. ;'k<4: a iiaino M>iin'times 

^ivfu to (iivat Cholieair. i. 14"). 
Chcbas(.-(uU\iian i>laii(l. in North Var- 

iiiontli. 2. 1.^0. 
("lu-lia.-<i-o(Kuar. 2. ir-T. 
Clu'hattis. (iotinilidii i.f. 4. HU. li'^. 
I'hrliattis.Mok. 'U-tiiiiliMn ,,{. 4. i;)i. 
('lu'l)i'ai;-. .•.((• Groat aii(! Littk- ( lu'beag. 
Chebfai;ue. 9. '2(Wii. 
f 'licl)(.::na(loso, 5. l.")t'i/i. 
('In-ln'M ilia, a'^rofil to a peace, i. I'lK; 

liis lai)'ls liivcn to (iori,Ts. i. i'm. 
Chebi.^^ooikp-o, t'oniicr lumu; of (hvat 

Clu'liea--, I. M>». 
Cliebm-to. 11 i\v ilalitax. 8. l-J'>: Frcneh 

fleet arrived at. 8. li'-'); lleet saileil 

from, 8. 1-JC>; sn- C"bi,i;n--er(i. 
Cliockley. V:\]>{. Sa.iruiel. 2. ■S-]~ii: 5. 

'Siln: soldlaiiii to Tiiiidthv I'roiit. 

2.'J;;7: claiiiuMl laud ai .Sheepseot 

2. i.'0(;-i':;t. 
Cheepie, tlic Indian -levil. 3. 10„. 
Clieever. Eben,-ztr. 8. 177. 
P-zekiel. 5. :'.(ll. .'inj. 
the Kev. Georijfe B., 8.4^."): Ids c(]i- 
tion of Court's Jielation cited s 
KMh. 
Xathanicl. 7. 2'^4. 

Mr. , 8. 217. 

the llcv. . , of Boston. 7. 2;>7. 

riiclnisford, 2. i4ii. 
Cbelsea. Elaine. 7. 40.-,: fornurlv Ilal- 
lo^veil. 7. o^:J-.N4. 
Mass., Moses Felt li\ed in. i, l.-(i; 
Macclenaulian at. 3. :j7''-(: men- 
tioned, 3. 271. I'sl : 5. 4.;'.i. 
Chcnebeo river, .nc Ki-nnebec liver. 
Cliepntnaticook, Indian name of St. 

Croix river. 4. l(i."). 
riieiiutnecook lake. 8. l.j. 
C'begnecto, 7. I'j:,. 
Cherokee Indians, i. ."01. 
riierryiield. 6. 4! ; 8. ;7S. 
Clieiry mountain. 9. 217. 
Che.sapeakc bay: Newport to transjx.rt 
a colony to. 3. -;hi; mentioned i. 
288; 5. :].■..-,. 
Chessom. Dunken. 3. IKi; in tlie <,'ar- 
rison at ISlack Point, i. 2i'7/(; pos- 
sibly a resident of Black Point ■? 
8;i-.^4. ' ^' 

Chester county, 2. ACn. 

Maine, 4. '.Ill, :'..",;;, ;;47. "^-j :][)o orjo 
N. II., 4. ."ii'd; 8. '.). 
'ChesMucook, <lerivation and meaninf 

of, 4. ]s-j. 
'C'he-va-co-l)et, river, 9. l'?,o. 
'C]ie\void<i, 9, 1;;.]. 
<'hiballs in abnndance. 3. .•;o.">, .'"jOT. 

Chiene, Capt. , 2. 24^. 

Chignecto, 7. I'Xr. 8. i:J2, 140, 24.")n, 

21:2 : sir ("liebucto. 
Cliild. Jain«'s. 7 2^C- 



Dr. Pohert. ])nrcbas(M] Vine's jiatent. 
i.i'l: 9. .nc: biouraj-hioal notiee 
of. i.'.':,ir. remonstrated with ihc 
aiilb..iity of .Ma^s.. 7. | 1>;. 1-V\„. 
China. Culundms supposed lu' li;i.| 
reaclud it. 2. ].;</, 14(': 'J'artars 
driven frmn. 2. 7»i"; mentioned. 4. 
24. 72: 5. :;c,o. 

Maine, 8. ;;'.Hi; fornu rly Harlem. 2. 

academy, 8. 17"). 
Chinese, the. 6. 222. 22:7. 
Chinns, tlie Indian j;od. 4. r,~<), 
('hi[iman. Ward. 8. loi;. 
Chippeways. 9. 2',iO: same as Al^ron- 

quin. I. 412. 
Chissimore. Daniel, at Black Point. 3. 

8:;: at Newbury, 3. 8:J//. 
Chissimore's hill. 3'. s:',)i. 
Cheat. Abraliam. visited by Paul <'uf- 

tin. 4. ;;•">:;. ;j.")4; came from Ips^\i^•!l. 

4. M-U. 
Choate. John. 4. 14."), ]i;i, PU. 
Chocbeco, Indian trcity signed at, 6. 

2:77: treachery toward the Indians 

at. 6. 2:]7. 
Chocorua, friend of the whites. 9. 212; 

driven to his death bv tlie white-«' 

9. ;;i2. 

Choctav,- dei>ut;itioii. 6. 2(;:1. 
CIioj)s jioiiit. 5. :J22. ;;2:'i. 

the. 3. :J12: 6. Id; f.)rt erected at. 3. 
;J14: 8. 12:;//. 
Cbonacoi't, ei-untry of the. 7. 2()0. 2t)!. 
2r)2, 2r.:;, -jc,:,. 
river, the. now the .Saeo. i. 2n8. 
Chaufours, Louis D"Amours des. 7. 

71 //. 7"). 
Chiist. 6. J4S; claimed as a .French- 
man, I. 2S7;/. 
Church, Boston, 9. (58. 
Church, Gardiner. 7. 404. 4i;3. 
Church. Ilai tford. 7. 4:;;). 
Church, C).\ford, 5. !.")(), 
Cliristian disciple, the, 4. 2."j2. 

E.xaniiner. the, cited. 2. 48(//i • 6. 
2;;2;;, 2;]4/;. 
Cluistiainty. tirst i)lantcd iji Maine, i. 
4:;i; de-raded bv the .Jesuit.>. 5,- 
177. 
Christian Mirror, the, cited, i. :]2.")'(: 
4- ll-"»: 6. 4l'7. 
worsliip, tiist in New England, 6. 
I7(W(, 177-1 7s. 
Christo, an Indian. 4. l.")7. 
Chronicles of the Pilgrims, si^c Youiilt. 

Alexander. 
Chronological History of New Eng- 
land, .sec I'rince, tiie Rev. Thomas. 
Chryst.d IIill<. now the White M(.un- 

tains, 2. .^4. S4//. 
Chul)b. Cipt. Pasco, in command at 
Fort William Heurv, Pcinaqiiid. 5. 
2;/(); 7. t;;;: 9.4;;: attacked by Iber- 
ville, 5. 2110; summoned to surren- 
der, 7. Oo ; confusion of his suluicrs ; 



INDEX TCI rOLLECTIOXS. 00 

7. r."): surromUroil. 2. •-' !!">; 3. 1"'.'; bor of. 6. 177; Cilison ;i(i:\< hcd i... 

5. "Jul: 7. 0">: 9. 4:'.: Iiis (N>iuhK't i 6.1^.': poojiK' nt I'.ilmouilL iKsin tl 

coiisnivil. 3. \'-\\': 5. -:M, :J'.'"Jii. •_".••■!, ' to worsliip hy tlio form i*\. 6. IVL'; 

•2','4; 9.4:!; imiuiswiuil at r.o>t'>M, tlu' forinalifus of krpt l>v I'o] - 

7. l>."): liis cONvanlit «.' dvi'iivitl tl\o linin"s roloni-Is, 7. ;;(t4; tlio liov. 

• foast of tho nnlv <Uu iitst-, 9. i;'.; loihcrt .Ionian a iiunilK'r y>{. £. 

lihoratoil. 7. (■'>: wim* to Aiuiovor, 2'.'l/i; mi'iilioiuil. 3. 274. "J7'>: 5. 

7. »;.">; imndeiLci, 3. l"'i); 7. i>."j-i,;t;; xxii: 8. IIH, lll/(, ll-ic 9. i:-".-.'. 

a vahiaMo otUi-cr. 3. i")M-l.jl. j ;:.^-_>, ;5o:>; .sec also I'.nulisli Cliuvh 

Clml) li^^!l. I. .■>'>' ;. I and Ki'isroiial < huifli. 

C'hinvli at I'k-asaiit t~ovi\ ot>iitvovcr.sy 1 of I'ortlaiid. 5. lii; si,- Fiist l'ui>h 

oviT till'. 8. 11 ];,, i !■;/<. ' i of Portland. 

Major lleiijainin. ^riit ^vitll troops ("ln\n-Iifs. lirst in Maim'. 5. liv. 

to Maint', i. l'!'"_': 2. I.t,; a<xoniita- ( Imrvliill. . of Carrituuk, 4. '-VJ'.l 

nied l).v frii-n-iiy liuli;m<. i. :.'.''J. ( 'ln;ril;iirs river. 6. •_'ii7. 

•J1I4, '2'.t'>: his instructions, i. -j'.i.",. Chnnhinan, .lolui. 7. :."_'l. 

,",U>: 3. 105. 1:17; 9. 41; his zeal, i. Chiireh jx-int. 8. 14:;. 

2'.i.'>: liis manner of att;uk, i. -".':;- : riiuto. I>i-. .1. A., his deliniti'>ii of V^\- 

2\H: liis aoeoiint of the liatlle. i. . iiotuimk, i.l'o7,(; visited tin- I)('- 

2t)4-2('.j; date.s of Ids hirth and • awaivs. 4. 11"); facts i-oniniuni- 

death, i. -J'Mu: his airival >aved eatod hy. 4. 11."). lli'i. rJ2. 

Falnionlh. i. ■2'.'-'>: letter of <ited. Cilley, the lion. Jonathan, cradiiated 

1. I'lt-jji, "J'.Hi.v; \i-ited Sjiurwiuk from Bowdoin (\d!t\i;e. 6. 70; j^er- 
and went Vij) the K.-nnehee. I. 2'.'(i: tied at 'I'honnston, 6. 7!>: held 

2. lit); 3. i:;0>; IteUl a ooimeil of ' i>nl<lie oflice, 6. 7'.'; ehallenuted hy 
Avar, I. -Vlj; 3. l;'.t>: jiromised to ; <;i-aves 6. 7'.'->^": killed. 6. >o; 
return to Falnnvuth, i. 2'.>~: <'n- ' Henry flay a siijiposed uuent in 
ti'eated the .govern umiiI to scml his death. 6. M>-S1. 

' lielp to Caseo, i.l';'7; 3. l.lt'>: sec- Cinmimon. said to grow in .Maine. 5. 

ond visit to M:unc. i. ;;v).]-;j04: at ;;.j.i, ."ICo. 

Kennebec. 2 I'.Hi; ;it ]\'ma<jtud, 2. Cinque Chaques 5. 2r.>». 

r.nj. -i:!'.!: 5- .'vM. o-U; (u^feated the , Civil power above the military i)ow« r. 

Indians at Fiuiuotith. 3. l-li'; 6. 7. l.':)8. 

];J:5: at Blue I'l'int. 3. \'->\- ac. oni- Clayliorn, , of New Vineyard. 4. 

l>anied by.Scattow he went lo l]o<- :iA^:]. 

ton. 3. l."lo; siteof hiseneampmeiit. Clam cove. 4. :l-!6. 

lO'.io, 3. :]-22--]-S.i: (lestroye<l the . puddinu' poud. 4. •27-2 

fort lit riOuamen^j. 8. '■',')'■',: bnilt a Chiiiboard islands. To be inclnd<-<l in 

fort at Pomaquid. 4. 7.I; destroyed Fnlniouth. i. li (J. 14."i. ;1>7: ;2i'aiit.<i 

the settlement at Penobscot. 4. to Mr.s. Munjoy. i. I4G; occupied 

llo; 9. 41; his upiuiun of Fort , by Thomas Drake, i. 14(1; claimed 

William Henry. 5. 2>;2; foutrht \ by Mass., 3. 4;5;/; mentioned, i- 

the Indians at P.aek Cove Creek, 1 101, 111, 202. 

6. 18:]; fv^tund many Indian plaee.s Clajtp. the Hon. Ebenezer. 6 ;^<''i; 

dcsertt'fi, 7. ."i-*!; took tho dauuh- ; birth of, 6. ~t>Ui; studied law. 6. 

ter of ;?t Ca.--tine jnisoner. 7. <;(>- ■ Ttl. ~i)ii: <:raduateil from Harvard 

<)7: harbored at Matinieus. 8. ;J11. ; Colle^^e, 6. 70; practised in Xati- 

riiurchers, the. 7. \<n. ' ttu-ket and Dath. 6. 70; held pti!-- 

Church. Lieut- , with Arnold, i. j lie ofiice. 6. 7'i; m;'riitd .'--araii 

477, 47>u j AVinvhiw, 6, 70)/; death oi, 6. 7t', 

, of FanniuLTton. 4. '■]'■):). ' ICm, M")."). 

of Kn^land, member- of settled in ' Itotier. his Memorial cited. 5. 

Pa.scataqua, 2. 01"//: Goj^es on- ' l'.*7/(. i^Vi)?; his edition of Matlier^ 

courajjed the settliu'JC of, 2, 02": j Journal cited, 5. 2.j;3. 

ft clergyman pre,sente<I for baptis- ' Lieut. Po^er, 7. l.j;i/i. 

inff, 2- 02f(-0.J'/: members of ex- ■' Clai'e. 8. 14:]. 

finpt from church taxes, 3. l.'J4((; ! C<uinl of, 6. :':31. 

(Wirges devoted to. 4, Of; to be ; Clareniont. 6. OS, 

established iu (ior'.,'es' c<douy. 4, Clarendon, 9. LV.t. 

09: established in Xurth America : Edward Hyde. Earl of, a prt.niinent 

by fj'ilbert 6. 174: the tirst formal ; li'^ure in ))ubli.' allairs. 7. 14o-i4i; 

relii^ious act in .\ meiica ilone by, i sprang fiom the mi'ldle to r!ic 

6. 174-17">: ^eI \ ice uf held e-arly in lii'^hest rank. 7. 141-1 !2: a f-d- 

Ameiica, 6. 17-"'". 177/*, 177-17>; lower of the .Stuarts. 7. 142; h'l'i 

oidy recognized by .X"ortliern Vir- i daughter the v.ife '0 .Inui - i;, 

ijijda, 6, 170; U'eymouth a mem- | 7. 14:;, 141*/; interested in An.er- 



56 



MAi.N'E lUSTOKICAL SOClF/l'Y. 



(.'larondon. Knrl of — roi'tijuioil. 1 

i»:ni a1"l;iirs. 7. ir^. lA-iii. 147-14S; I 
]>ui(.'linM'd Stirlinu"s rights t«»r tiie j 
Duke of York. 7. l-in, IJ!; inslni- j 
moiital in (lie niaiiia,m.' of Cliarlos 1 
I!. 7. 14-");i; rori'ts{'(>ii(It(l Avitli j 
Saiiiiu'l Ma\('ii(.k, 7. 147, HTk; 1 
HK'ntioiU'd. 5. 2. I 

I'aiuTs, til.'. ■;. 147/.. 140„^1.-,0„. ! 

Clark. Caj-t. . of i; .;.tnn. 9. 40;i. | 

(lark's iHiiiit. lainl nt ;;rant(.'(l to ' 
Mittoii. I. 11.'): Tlu.ma.s ]5rackott \ 
livtd at, I. l.">4. L'-_0: ImiuL- ««f ' 
Tliaddciis Clark. i.;;o-s: e. ):n ; 
home of (Jeo. CU-evtv*, 6. 1:51. 
Clar'ce. Alice, her elaiiii at Shoepscot, 
2. 2:1". 

Asma, married William llastv, jr., 3. 
211. 
l.»fborali. 2. 17!'. 

Edward. siu;iicd the petition to 
Cronnvell. 1. '■'>'.>'>■ 

Elizal eth, daughter of Thaddcri.';. 
married Edward Tvnii". i. •J4S, :]()?, 
Ml-"): 6. Ml. 

Eli/nlieth. '.vife of Tliaildeus. ;,^rand- 
dau^iitt-r of ('K-eve,v. i. l.".t), l'J4: 
(lau«;ht(r I'f Mii.hael Mitton, i. 
150, 1'.'4: te.stimoiiy of, i. l-Mt. 

Ejdiraim. 7. I'll'. 

ifiinily. 4. j:]; 6. lr>l. 

JIaiinal:. 2. ]i't'>. 

Jsaae, itin-iiolder at ITallowrll. 7. 270. 

Isaae. smi of Tliaddeiis, i.:;!H: lived 
nt Fraiiiiiiii:liani. i.:;i':>: lii> wivlow 
died in iJo.stoii. i. :'.ms. 

Ji.eoli. c-lair.ied land at >lii-ep';rot. 2. 
'S.'>'>; married Alire Davi.-;, i.i.':!7; 
s<dd land to C'hailes Frost. 2. ■_':i7: 
controversy Avitli the Kemiebee 
PlnTha^er.^, 2. •_'7ti. 

Ihe Ifev. Jame.s Freeman, 8. 441. 

.liio., 4. :5l;!, :W.). 

John, jiaid tax to Fahnouth. i.3'_':3. 

JoJin, married ("open. 8. l.").j. 

Jonas, found the latitude of the 
Merrimae river, i. 101 : to find the 
easlt^rn boundary of Maine. 1.202. 

Jonas, jimprietor at I'emaiiuid, 5. 
002. 

the Ilfiri. Jonas, .^lon of tlie Jiev. 
Jonas, 6.:',iu; ; man ied .Sarali Watts, 

6. ."Kiti; his d;iii.t,'liter married' the 
Hon. Joscjdi Dane, 6. :',iUi. 

the llev. Jonas, of Lexington, 6. 

the Ilev. J. .S., his Jnine.s il cited, 

7. i:;7;,. i:;s, ]:;.'<;,. 144«. 
i.ouis <;aylMrd. 8. 47G. 
Di-. J'arkei, 2. 1(1.">. 

.Samuel. ])inprieioi- at ren»aijuid, 5. 
.'J02. 
Clarke, 'I'haddi us, married Flizaheth 
Mitton, I. lL'4, I.').". l.",7, 200, :3()S; 
6. Kil: hut little kri.'iwn conci-rn- 
ing him, i. lo5; resided at Ful- 



mouih. I. ISO/i, 21(1; to ascertain 
the eastern boundary of Maiue, i. 
202: an ensign, i. 241, 24."i : selcit 
man for F;ilnu)utli. i. 24.">, ;'.24 ; 
his daughter married Ktlward 
Tyni:. I. 24S: 6. i;il: c<.n\(ye(l 
land to Tyiji;-. r.24S: iii. motlit r- 
in-l;iw lived \vi;h him. i. 2ls; 
trustee for Falmouth, i. '.'7! . .Vi^, 
">")"i : cojnmissi<mer for .\ ivlios-;. 

1. 2S2: consulted w itli Major 
Church, I. 2'.tr.; killed, i. .'JOl :" 7. 
(K); IJM'd in Iiidaud, i.:'.u.-»; a !Jiau 
of enterprise. i.:'.o>; c.f a limited 
eilucalion. i. ;>oS; Hvcd on tlu; 
Neck, I. ;}os, :;l'(): clii'.dn'n vL i. 
oUS; signed the petition to f harles 
II. I. 402; naiued Clark's point. 

6. 1:11; mentioned, i. -J'^i}. 2'.i4. 
:;o2, ;;io. 

Tluoiias, ]uircliased part of lles- 
keajian island, 2. I'.'l, iWi'; liad a 
fort at Arrowsic. 2. I'.i2 ; hi,- dauuii- 
ter married Jidin ^Vatis. 2. 20l ; 
his title faulty, 8. 1'07//; mentioned, 

2. 202; 7. iry.lii. 

ilajtir Thomas. 3. .■;;^;0; 5.249. 

Tiniotliy, 4. 22-<. 

the J;ev. \Villiam, pastor at Weils, 

i.;j4'J«. 
— — , married Ann Powell. 7 .2:<4- 

Miss , taken to (,)uebec, 7. CO. 

I'rof. , 6.410. 

Clarkson. ("apt. . comma ndcr of 

tlie Baoad Bay, i.4()7, 4().^, 4(;i^ 
Claverliouse, John Graham of, com- 

jiaied to Andros. 5. 2C)-j; nnn- 

tioned, 5. S. 
Claw-l)oards, exported, i. ."J-")]. 
Clay cove, descriptio!i of the lots near. 

I. 240; owners of the l-.-t.-:, r. 24ii; 

Mary Munjoy released her liirliis 

in, i.'2'>'>\ Indian name of. 6. lo'.i/, ; 

mentioned, i. 02, 01/(, IB), ]-_'7, 

242, 240, ;Jl.j. 
Henry, su])i>osed anient in the ftuel 

between f illey and Ciraves, 6. so- 

81: nu-idioned, 5. xxxvil: 7. 40:;, 

404, 40'.i; 8. .'::;. :;4, ;;."(, o7. 40, 44, 

07, 71, O-'ri, '■',■>'■',, ;'..'J4/(, :]02, GOO, 42^5, 
424, 42.'3, 42S, 4;;0. 

John, 4. .VI88. 

Jonas, wife of, accused of inconti- 

uency, i. ;372. 
pits, 3. 222; ff ranted t<> Matthew 

Bihby, 3. l:;o. 
I!i( hard, 4. ;!.ss. 
Cleanley, Tiiomas, in the f,':irrison at 

Black I'(»int, i. 2'_'7//. 
Cleavelarid, Dr. . fatheM- of Prof. 

Bai kii, 6. :;sl-.;>-'i ; married Lliza- 

l.>eth Jaikman, 6.;;-."). 
tlic Bev. Kbfii, 4. ;;i'L'. 
Ebeni/er, exiiclled from c<dU'^'e, 6. 

;;s:]. 
the Itev. John, expelled from col- 



INDEX TO COI.LECTIOXS. f)7 

lo*ro. 6. ^■=^o; liccnoHi to proncli. 6. 4-2-J-4-2;': a innn of iiiclliod. 6. 4J !- 

;;^-l: M'ttled in ( lul.arco. 6. .W-i ; 4i'.':: liis moral clianii'tor, 6. 4-.0>- 

rluuactoristios oi. 6. .".-^ : in ilic 41';': tlo^inLr Ways. 6. 42'.'-4.U ; 

war of tlie la'\v>lution. 6. .■N4: doatli of. 6. ;;.").'.,' ;;.")(;. :1m.'. 4';1; 

^randfall)er oi Prof. Jolm. 6. oS'.. fmu'ral of. 6. 4:U-4;;l'; nuiili..n(.d. 

•"•^-t 6. :;:)(). :;(!4. ;)(;o., :;tlT. :iT.J. .mJ: 7. 

till' lU'v. Jolin of Xoiih Wrtiitham. S'.'T. 40S: 8. ITii. ."0<»: his niiiural- 

£>• •'•'•'•">• i o;:y oitid. i. ."li' ): U-tti-r from >te- 

tlu- iiiv. .1. P.. 5. n7'.>. :3".U;i, 40i>. ! I'lion ThatcluT. 6. 1 ••")-'./(;: Kuio^y 

X^iirniiali. 6. :m".'. 4".'>. l.y Leonard W'oo.is. 6. :;7:.-i;:-j"; 

l-rof. Parker, his dtatli annonii-.-i'd. losolutions of tiio liouii.iwi 

6. •■;-"i.'): eiiloj::y to 1.0 j.rovidcd. 6. Aluiuni. 6. 4. "l^M ">.'): Pcsoiuiions 

."•"•"); ancestry of. 6. .V^:;. :;s4: luith of tlio Maine Historical S^xioty. 

of. 6. CS2, ;N.",-:;v.; : oliaiacter of 6. -"iTT-oTs. 

his fatlier and ur uidfathcr. 6. '■) <\. the Kov. Dr. . 6. 420. 

;?.S4, O.S'); ba]iti-rd. 6. ;;Si!: sent to . of Anson, 4. ."ll'T. 

Dunnncr Academy. e^oSC: stiuii'.s Cleaves. Thomas, lisherman. 2. -J-U]: 

when a boy. 6. :'>i;-:NT: in C(dl<-o. lived at Cape Nc\vai;en. 2. L':'.ii; 

6. ■JsT: consultetl with Drs. Pari-h land ^ranted to. 2. i':l(j-i';;7. 

and Smith, 6. :>'--:N'.': luhavior ficf Clecves. 

when in coileue. e. :j<7. ;!>■.)-;;;.,•: Cleeves Eli/.al..-f]!. danditor of Geo., 

graduated. 6. :'.v"; a teacher. 6. married Micliael Miiton. i. (j.G. 

o'.;(>-:;'.tl ; intended to study hnv. 6. l.'>7. I'.i4: 6. i;;i. 

o!tl-:>;»2: his mind in doubt. 6. Geor.oe, established on the .^nur- 

;)','2-0',i;J: a.i^ain (•'■nsulted Dr. Par- viidc. i. 4(!, .")2, .")4. (il, \'X\. :^:.A: 

ish. 5. ot':3: chose the ministrv. 6. ejec^-d by Jcdin Winter, i. I'l. "..;. 

oV4. :;st4/!; letter from Dr. Smith. 5.'). .58, tiO, (!l-r.2. CO: laid the 

6. .•}','.>; taught at Dummer Av;id- foumlation of Portland, i. 4'''.. ';». 

cniy, 6. ol».">: tutor at Harvar.l. 6. liO. :il6it: 6. lol: his claims rested 

.o'.t.j; entered u]M,n new duties. 5. npon a purchase from iJrad.-'iaw, 

3l>."j-:;0O: conshlered the ministry i.4S,, ; declaration afjaist Winter, 

and law, 6. Oi't)-:;ii7: interested in i. 4S». 71. ]:]2. ;■).•].•):' bruuuiit aii 

j:rti."'ral literature. 6. :'Oli; con- aetiun auainst Winter, i. :>:). ."i4 : 

dueted the Literary Miscellany. 6. date of his settlement li>;ed. i. .")4: 

"'.'!'; gave u]i the idea of the min- a native of Plymouth. Knuliin'i. i. 

istry. 6. 30i)-4oi); iu favor of hnv. r/.t. p.14,,: erecte.l a house, i. .-,;•. 

6. 4(.iO; thought of settlin'U' in (5:.'. t'>;b(. •_'.J4: received a lease from 

rsiaine, 6. 4<)()-4i)] : apjjointed to a Gorges, i. tU, (17, ]4-"). ."jt:'-."4}; 

]>rofessorship in Bowdoin ColleLrc. conveyed land to .lohr. IMiilliv-. 

6. 4(1], 402: marrie-l. 6. 4(Vj: .-.rill i. »;2. Hit. ;;i."j: description "i his 

enjoyed general literature. 6. 4"';;; 1 property, i. trj; manageil land 

leetured on Natural Scienee. 6. ' .'jpeculations, i. (j.O: details of lii-? 

4ii;;-4o4; scieraiiic papers jail/- life lost, 1. tJ4: George 'iavhir 

lished by. 6. 4"4 : l)ecame inter- ' lived with, i. 04;i : a partner with 

ested in mineialouy. 6. 4n4-4(i--): a Tucker, i. 04//. .">;.]. ")4s: intertsred 

stiident, 6. 4n.")-4-7: publislied his in political atlairs, i. IJ4;/: in Eng- 

'J'reatise on Mineralogy and GeoL land. i. (io, UO. W, lb"). 117: 3. 40: 

ogy. e. 40>: o]'inions of the w..rk. acquired a title from Ma->.. i. >:.:,; 

6. 410-411: SCI otul and third edit- deed to him and 'J'neker. 1. '■-".: 

ion.s published. 6. 411 : honors con- extent of grant. i.i;.j-0(;: received 

ferre<l up-m. 5. 411. 412; corres- a further commi^sion. i. tit;: l,-.-!-d 

jionded with forei'jn .s</rr(//.s. 6. land to Miehatd Mitton. i. ')■). rr,, 

411-412; offereil professorshii>s in lb'/. 12:], 14s. 1.",.-,. -jinr, his dauLrii- 

other colleges. 6. 412: his reputa- ter marrieil Mitton. i.Gfi, ll.'>. bjl. 

lion as a lecturer. 6. 412-41:;. 41."'/- 1:;2, 14S, ir>7. 1'.'4. 2t;u: arrived in 

410; secretary of the nietlical fac- America, i. t>j; brouglit a C'>!n- 

ulty, 6. 413-414: hi> untiring liili- mission to (iov. Wii-.throp. 1. •>".. 

gencc, 6. 414-41.".. 417-4ls: mttii- V\: acted as governor, i. i'.7. '.'•. 

omatics supidanted. 6. 41'>-417: f»7 ; commissioned to sear( !i f.jr 

vcn->on of his Mi(ce-s as a teaeiier. Lake Irotjuois. i. 07: received a 

6. 41>;-4r.'; his person;il(diara<,-ter, grant from tlie Earl of Sterlinir. i. 

6.420-421; addre^s on Jntemj.er- 07: his character, i. 07, 13>-13y, 

ance, 6. 421 ; int.rested in the'tire ]4:J, 1-^7. Vx',. .j44; o. ;jlO :j1l'; 

d'-)iartment, 6.4-1-422: afrahl of lived with 'I'uck.-r. i.t;7'-0S; started 

bghtening and the cause. 6. 4l'-J. a settlement on the Presump-.ot, 

4:^3; Lis •' cuulionary bumi>,"' 6, 1. 06; wime.saecl Vine's Ui;eu to 



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Clcevos, (It'orcro — o«'.!itiinu(l. 

Mui'Wurtli, I. li!'; iNtlitrt Saiikoy 
liis jirovust in.il shall, i. O'.h,: ac- 
tiuii in conit in Iii> ta\(tr. i. Tn-Tl : 
sued l»y Wiiitcr fur si imUr. i. T.'!; 
si'ttlt'd the .suit hy arliitiaiioii. i. 
74: (iodlrev luouuht action 
a.uainst. i. 74-7"'. ;>;'!; g.:',i;'.i: -avi' 
}:;)aut.^ to (ieo. I, (■«]>, i. 7'. 11"). 
] IS; to 'riioiua.s \\'i>c. i. 7". I K". : 
to Mo.->iiM'. I. 7'i. I1-": liiud lor 
rash spL'Lclas, i. .-4: (luantli-d 
Avitli Trt'hiwiuy. i. '.'O; 
liimself to Kiuliy. i. '.mi; 
di'i)uty. I. '.ii»: 3. ;',L'. 4i 
moutli tith' coniiiiiud 
tacked Vines, i. '.'1, ■ 
guilty of forueiy. i. '.'1. 
deputy of Liuonia. i. 
appealed to Mass.. i. 
called a eoiirt in opi 
Vines, i. !)I : proposecl arbitration, 
I. I'L': ottered to enter the eon- 
federaoy, r.'.'i': his party triumph- 
ant in Eniiland. i. \>'2: letter of 
distress, i.".':3-!M: threatened with 
violence, 1. i'"). ."■)4'.': second letter 
of distress. i.'J'<: in r.tist<>!i. i. 0.'), 
H)L'-l()o; jaoposed arbitration, i. 
9."); verdict not satisfactory, i. ',i(5; 
tile Diiti.Nh eoinmissionei's tieelai'e 
in his favor, i. '.<'>: 3.0'.': assumed 
undis-jnited sway ami uave urants 
as tlie au'ent of lliubv, i. '.17. 11"), 
r27, ]4>'<."j4s. .•-47: 3. .•;i'. 40; called 
dep-ufy president, i. Vi7/'. '•''■•. 14t'), 
53"), •";41: 3. i'"_': iipi)osed the en- 
croachment of Mass.. I. loj: in 
Boston as ai^ent for Liuunia. i. 
10"_'-lUo; disreLTarded court sum- 
mons, I. 104; submitted to Mass., 
1. 105, 170. ■jSi). ')4i'r. eommissi'iner, 
I. lot), i:;s. i.".i). i<;;]. ir.c. :>s. .-4c,; 
3.23: sold land to Joseph Phippen, 
I. 113; to John Lewis, i. li:!. 117; 
to Atwell. I. 114: his controversies 
caused him to iic^Kct his (^wn 
land. 1. 1 1.'( : con-idci alinn received 
from .Mitton. 1. 1]<".: Mitt.m"s <leeds 
not reconled. i. 1 b). l.'j,",; conveyed 
land to UaitletT. i. llC; second 
grant from liitiby. i. 117: the same 
conveyed to 'I'uckt r. i. 117: grants 
to James Andrews, i. 117: Ann 
:Mitton. I. 117. l-")4. ■204--J^:C,: to 
Durham, i. ]-Ji: Kiiler. i. 121; 
Ingersoll, i. l_'l-12-_': Thomas 
Skellings, i. ISJ. I'.i."): consider- 
ations rei cived. i. 122: conveyed 
Sand to .\athani.l .Mitton. i. 123; 
6. 131 ; s(dd Jlo- inland to Thomas 
Kimball, i. 124, i.Oo; sold his house, 
1. 124, 1")3: eonvi-ved land to Hope 
Allen. I. 124. 241- G. 1:;l': to Nich- 
olas iJartktt. I. ]-j'7; his auto- 
graplj, I. I2"j, l:.'o, 044; his best 



land sohl. i. iJs; quarreled \\[\\: 
Kobert Jordan, i. i:;'i. |;-.|. \:Vj: 
quarreled wiih Mition. i. i:'.) ; 
Mitton a \\itness a,u.ai!i-t. i. |;;2; 
brought acii(ui a'j,ainsi Jordan, i. 
132: jud^mcu; against, i. \'-i'-\: 
])(titioii lo tin- general court, i. 
i;;3-l.;4; second' appeal, i. 134- 
J^m: result unknown, i. 1.".7: his 
forlunes at a low el.b. i. ';is: 
brought an aciicjii agr.iusi .■small 
and riiillips, i. i:',s; nnsusraiiied. 
I. b)S; sued by idbriilue, i, b'.s; 
verdict against, i. l-ls; p.ii<l da'.n- 
aL;es to Elbridge. 5. 2:'.o: his con- 
rroNersic's an hindeiance to the 
l>eoi)le. I. 140-14 1, 1S7: 9. 2,1-j: 
died. I. 142, 1'.>l'-1'.i:1 : Falniouih 
to exercise- owiicishi]) ovi r his 
lands, I. 14:'.: terms upon wbiih 
he lived wilh his neiulibors. i. 
143; cx])lanation conccinin'j; his 
grants, i. 14."): conveyed Little 
Chebeag to Walter Meiry. i. W,: 
Elizabeth (Tarke his eranildau:4h- 
ter. I. 1")0: the lirst deputy choscrr. 
I. K;;;: never a court a-sociate. i. 
K'.;;: letter of cited, i. li;7-lf.-: 
friendly to Mass.. i. 170, .MC: wit 
ness against Jcudan, i. 17-: siiiiu d 
petition to the kinu, i, isu; bound 
to kee]) the i>eace, i. b's7: 1 ist aj.- 
pearanee of his name on the rec- 
ords, I. r.'2: e.\ai-t date of his 
death unknown, i. I'.i;;: tlate of 
his wife's death unknown, i. 1''4: 
land conveyed to Munjoy. i. 1'.'4: 
his jirosiierity. i. 104; lam! con- 
veyed to Martin and Atwell. i. 
207: Elizal.ieth T_mi4 his ur-iu-i- 
dauL;hter, i. 31.7; ga\e the ;:iant 
to Wells. i.:;.')4; authorize<l Baker 
and Knight to carry out his woik, 
I. .3.71;; grant to John .'>aunilers. 
I. 3.77 : ,<:athered testimony con- 
cerning Kobert Nash, i. :>:!: his 
dej>osition given in full. i. 3s:.'-;;--;;; 
called an interhq'cr. i.. ";;;.!: om of 
the committee on Jordan's iietit- 
ion. I. .73."). .7:;s. .740. .741 : his inden- 
ture with (gorges, I. .743-744; per- 
suadi'd Ili^by to buy the riou^rh 
Patent, i..74il; his false reports ciui- 
cerning (Jorges. 5. 4ti; refused to 
pay court e-xja-nses, i. .743: in tlie 
^^tar Chamber, i. 7 If,; dissi.lvi-d 
partnership with Tm ker. i. 74~: 
his ritrht to hold a court denied, 
I. 54.S; threatened by Vines, i. 
.74^: ordered to submit to (ouLres. 
I. 74's; ealleil a I'ourt. 1.747: b'.id 
an iniuncti(.n of Jordan, i. 74'': 
signed ])(.'tition t,o Mass. ;^<.n<.-ia! 
court, I. 770; attempted to <ie- 
prive the Line Point pate'it.es of 
their righto. 3. :;2; grant to Wi'.lts, 



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59 



3. "JC; presided at tlio Assembly, 
3. ;i-. 40: <'(inii>laiiu'd of liis asso- 
ciates. 3. 4'_'; eoiiveyed iaiid tn A. 
Joeelyiu 3. Os; to Kicliard >h><>re. 
3. 77: ^viInes:ie(l Cuniinoik's detul 
to .).'.(. Ivii, 3. I'.iii; luontioned. i. 

7*1, 72. 7*;. 111'. 114. 12a, 104. ;>;], 

;1S4. :.4'l: 3- 1"': 9- ■''''■>■ 
Joan, will- of (Jfoiiie. i. IM: ex- 
t'culeil the tlied of saK' \>i tlu' 
Cleevcs" lioiiiestead. 1. 124: sIlt- 
nature of. i. li'.": eoiivfyrd land 
to iSraekett, i. I'.'L': lier meat a^x-. 
I. 1'. ;'.; date of livv death unknown. 
I. 11'4. 

rieevt>.s' ni-ek. former ninie of Port- 
land, I. •")'.'/(. 

Cleeves i-n. Winter, ('leaves ejected by 
Winter, i. 4'!; basis of Cleeves" 
claim. I. 4S/(: date of Cleevj's" 
setilcment, i.o-n : Clueves bronf;ht 
action UL^ainst ^VintL■r, i. 5:]. ^4: 
verdict, i. 54. 7'i-71: Cleeves 
ordered to leave, i. tin; Winter 
ch.iru'cd with irre;^ularilies. i. 71: 
details of the ease. 1. 71-72: to lie 
settled by arbif ration, i. 74: 
a\\ard, 1. 74; the case used as a 
l>asis of the action against Jordan, 
I. lo2: Jordan as refi-ree. i. 2;]4h; 
Cleeves called an interlopper. i. 
5-'Jo; judgment given in full. i. 
541: answer of \Vinttr, i. .742: 
citeil. 3. ]."). 

Clemens, William, i. 24:1. 24o. 247. 

Clemetits, Jachard. surveyor under 
Andros, i. 27.7: opi.o.^ed ]>y Kob- 
ert Lawrence, i. 27-7: ordered to 
find the best jilace for wood. i. 
27'.'; surveyed land fi.>r Sylvanus 
Davis, I. 2S2. 
Sarah, married tlie Jlvw William 
Fessenden. 4. 2^'.t,(. 

Cleverly, Thomas. 3. 110: lived at 
Klack Point. 3. >.!. 

Clewer. 2. Sj',. 2.77;/, 20;^., 204. 

Cjewortli. 2. StliL. 

Clillord. David, served in the Conti- 
nental Army, 2. 214. 
the II<ju. Nathan, ancestry of, 9. 
2."]'.>; birth, 9. 2:]'.t: education of. 
9- 2;]'.i-240; studied law. 9. 240; 
admitted to the bar, 9. 240; moved 
to Maine. 9. 240; opened an office 
in New held. 9. 2;;-^, 24'>; a demo- 
crat. 9. 24u. 2.J0: member of the 
legishilure, 9.2;]-^. 2lii-241: mem- 
her of Congie.-s, g. l'4 1-242; At- 
torney General, 9. 24:!: in tiie 
Cabinet. 9. :i4.')-244; cominissi(jner 
to Mexico, 9. 244. 247: movetl to 
Poitlaud, 9. •_M7.- ju-tji'c of the 
Su])remi; Court. 9. L't7: value of 
his ic])orts, g. i'4'.i-L'.")0: Jiis idea of 
the Constitution ami l.iw. 9. •_'.71- 
2.72; enjoyed legal in\ e>tigatioii, 



9. 2.72; his power of ap]>lit aiion. 
9. 2.7:;-2."4 : his days shorteiu'il by 
his dcvoti<ui to liuty. 9. i'74-2.7.7: 
an exami>le for the >ounL:. 9. 27.7; 
liresident of the Ide.torial Com- 
mission, g. L'7(;: his iharaeter, g. 
24'.", 27o. -S'I'k 277; nu'Ulioned. 8. 
174 : Memoir ,.f .la n)( s \Vaie IWad 
biMy. 9. 2:;.">-277. 

Willi.im 11.. son of the ll<.n. Xath.in. 
9. 240: eilited his father's lejiorts. 
g. 240. 
lames. I. 70:1. .710. ,717. 
Clinton. De ^\"itt. 2. 11. f; 5. xl; 8. :;7;;. 

Sir Henry. 7. 2":;. 

Maine. 4. ;;iii. ."^17, .';4S, ;;40, ;370. ;]70. 

;37i. .-n:;, ;;s:;. 

Cloyes, Abigail, dauulu.r of Joliii. 
m.iriied Jenkin A\'illiams, i. 170. 
177. 

Abigail, wife of Xathaniel. i. lOO/i. 

Abigail, wife of .folin, i. 170. 
Cloyes family, i. loo/i. 

(.Jeorge, i. 177; son of Thomas, i. 
;;iis; lived at ."salem. i. :;os. 

Hannah, dauuhter of Thomas, i. 
177. :'>t>S. 

Jane, witnessed the deed to Geoigt,- 
Munjoy. i. 77;;. 

John, petitioned to the general 
court, I. 144; movenl to Water- 
town. I. 17ii; marrieil twice, i. 
17(i: his children, i. 170. Is'.t. 207, 
200, oO.-s; siL;ned petition to the 
king, I. l>ii: a witness against 
Xeale, i. 200; father of Thomas. 
I. 20."), ;;,()S; lived at Falmouth, i. 
217: conveyed laml to i;!-- xiu 
Thomas, i. 270; probably moved 
to Falimuith after the war. i.2»;o: 
land belonizing t<j conve>('d t" 
Peter IIousiuL;'. i..jb.!(/ ; menlioneil. 
I. 177. 

John. jr.. his wife a tale-bearer, i. 
ISO; did not return to Falmouth 
after the Indian war. i. 27o; I.ind 
conveyed lo. i. 2f.o: a son of 
Jidin. I. 2(50; mentioned, i. 170. 
210. 

Julian, wife of Jojm. griilty of tale- 
bearing, I. INO; biilh of, I. Kmih; 
her child accused (d' stealing, i. 
I!i0; mentioned, i. 17(5. ;]os. 

Xathaniel, son of lirst Jojin. i. 2(iO: 
land conveyed to, i. 2''i'>; accused 
of misbeh:ivior, i. IsO-lOU; Abi- 
gail his second wife, i. I'Mm ; men- 
tioned. I. 170, 210. 

Peter, i. 170; lived at Wells, i. 200. 

Saraii, married Peter IIou.>in'_;-. i. 
170; figured in the Salem v. itih- 
craft. I. I'.MO-. :;o.'s. 

Susaiuiah. wife of 'J'liomi- con\'e\eil 
land t(J Isaac and Jolm Jones, i. 
270. 

Thoiiias, son of John, killed bv {]■<: 



60 



MAINE IlISTdilCAL S^OCIETY. 



C:ioyes, Thomas — continiu'u. 

linliaiis, I. 1")T. •"■'I- :.\i;T^ e cvidonoc 
:(;;;»iiist Natli;iiiivl Cl'ivos nnd 
Al.iuail Williams, i. l-D: setflod 
iioar ('a)ii-«ii'. i. 2i>">. L'l"''. 'SrJ: \n\v- 
cliast'd land i>l" Muni'iy. i. l'i>."), 
L'.")"i: rci-civrd l;iii<l I'lnin lii> farluT, 
1. '_'•"«'.'. olii: cuvivcil land to Isaac 
and Juliii Jiiius. I. J.')'.): mavrie-d 
Siisaiiiiali l.rwis. i. L't'd. .".•'<; (diil- 
divii of, I. .lo-^: 'livrd on Middle 
sfivet, I. ."OS; sold land to .lolin 
Gustiii. I. ."jII.); lived on the Noek. 
I. Oi'O; fined for (.ard-plavinjr, i. 
-■JT'^; mcnti^Hied, i. l.")G, !.'•">',•. oij"^, 

Thomas jr., son of Thomas, i. I'm, 
COS; died in Boston without issue, 

I. r.os. 

Coale, James. 2. 1'.'4. 

('oastin'4 tr.ide. the. i. 27'^. 

Yoyai^e of ("hamplaiu to Maine, 7. 
24:i--J(>;. 

Coatsosi. John. 4. ■"(). 

Cobl). (it n. David, attorney for William 
I'.inuham. 7. :]'>i'<: his dau.u'hter 
married John Blaek. 7. :^,'j'.': men- 
tionrii, 7. ■_'.S4: 8. 1(17; moved to 
Maine. 6.C,\n: death of. 6. 01/i ; his 
daULihtermarried.S., "S.Wilde, d.ijln. 
Matthew. 5. lii. 
Samu(d. 4. 1(U, !(;(>. 

f"ohlia>e.ontee. si'_rnitieation of. 8. 2<^bii. 
]n.i!d. 4. 104. 107. 10'.->: sec Cobitasst-e 
(oiitee waters. 

Cobbasseeeontee. Paid Cofiin at 4. 
:',u.'>, :;oG; now Gardiner. 4.. .'jOo;;; 
mentioned, 4. o'>'). 

Cobbassei-eontee waters, a boundary 
of the fjrant to tlie Plymouth col- 
ony, I. 44; 2. liO:}, 27-j, 2^1); 8. 204, 
o41: a name <riven only to the 
month of tlie Kennebec. 4. 11.;, 
lb"!-114; meaning of. 4. 11:!, 114, 
wOr,. :;oO; 8. -JO.-xi; the river of, 4. 
;iO."), :;."jii; 7. liis. 40:5. 

Cobbiseeontee, the. a boun<lary of the 
Plymouth colony uranr. i. 44; s^e 
Cobliasecontee and Cobbasse Con- 
te*' waters. 

(^'obequittc, 8. 142. 

Coliireeonteairue liver. 8. 207. 

C"<d>-moMcy. 6. 1 1'.i. li'l. 

Cobscifok, river. 8. 7, S, 9. 

Cobiirn, .Sally, 4. :j.'4. 

.M:ij,,r ; of Pittston. 4. :j.">4. 

Cochechf.. now I)ov.-r. 2. 7'.*: settlement 
at. 2. 7!'; mcntiom-d, 3. 4:;'.». 

Cooliineal, said to be found in Maine, 

5. ;i:.:;.:;(;o. 

Cochran, Jacob. 3. liVt 

Cocke. John, in the ;rarrison at Blaek 
Point, I. 227/1 ; liverl at Black 
Point, 3. s.-jj flepo^ition of. 5. 
2;j7/( ; mentioned. 3. llu. 
Jolin of lladley, 4. i."j;j. 



William, a juror, i. l."=!S; lived ai 

C asco bay, i, ioCii. 
s< ( also Cooke. 
(\-.ekcll, 3. 2:]. 

Cockraii. , of New Sharon, 4. '^0'^. 

Cock Pobin, a nickname iriven to a 
member of the Jordan family, i. 

Ci^ihle. derivation of. 6. ■■;oi. :'',01h. 

Codlisii. called IJacraloas. 2. ](!.■/; 
cautrht by Poiiham's eolonisrs. 3. 
2'.>2: in abundanee. 3. :.",C,; jire- 
sented to Cecil. 5. 14."); secnre<l 
the LTOod will of the irovernment. 

5. U.-j; a lijiure of one in the Mass. 
state house. 5. 14.">: in Pemaquid 
bay, 5. l.'io; e.xi ited the eui'idity 
of Kurojie. 7. 2'.>i'>; on the seal of 
the Plyinoutli Company. 7. L'l'J;i ; 
mentioned. 3. '.'7. 

Codtishinu jiroliraUe in Amidia, 6. 2S2. 
Codnian. Charles R.. 3. i:4»). 

the Pev. John. 5. li. 

Pandolph. 8. 17:'.. 

Pandolph A. L.. 8. :1-'.'. 4.")7. 

Richard, received land of Dr. Hale, 

6. l;]2; conveyed tlie same to Rob- 
inson and Reed, G. i:]2. 

Coe, Elizabeth, married , Tucker, 

I. 1.j4. 

Isaac, I. l."')4. 

Jolm, moved to Rhode Island, i. 
l.J4/i. 

John 2d. lived in Little Compton. i. 
1.'j4)(. 

Dr. John. i. 1.>4h. 

Martha, married Farniim, i. 

l."^4. 

Matthew, received land of Riidiaid 
Tucker, i. 122; his (h\nL;iiter mar- 
ried Thomas Wakeley, i. 122-12::, 
l-'j:j; came to Falmouth, i. 1 •"):]; 
death of, i. 1.^4; children of. i. 
l.")4, :^12; his family in Falmouth., 
I. 21f.. 
Colbn, Abif;-ail, 4. 240/,, 

Anna. 4. 2:]0. 

Charles, his account of The Xarra- 
fjansett Townshijis. 2. bJl-l-M). 

Charles, son of <'ol. Joseph. 4. l'41; 
birth of, 4. 241; married Ilepsibah 
Carnes, 4. 241; graduated from 
Uarvard CoUej^e, 4. 241; a ]diysi- 
ciau, 4. 241; died at Xewbuiy, 4. 
241.' 

Charles, son of the Rev. Paul, 4. 
2411/1 : married Mary Davenport, 
4. 24!»/i; to enter Dartmoutli Coi- 
lejre, 4. 20.]; mentioned, 4. S-i'}, 
2i<n. 2."iS/i. 

Dr. Charles, teacJier at Gorham 
Acaile-my, 8. lOS. 

Ca]>t. David, son of Gol. Joseph. 4 
L'4I; birth of. 4. 2tl: marri^l 
Mary Pike, 4. 241; lo^t at s^a, 4. 



INDEX TO COLLECTIONS. 



61 



241: mentioned, 4. 201. 'Ji'>'k ."."mI, 

;ur., :^'.c.. 4110. 

David, sun of Paul. 4. "-'lO^i; mar- 

rifd Kliza ]Jttle, 4. -^V-hi. 
Di'borali. tiau^liti.T of Pi'Ti'V. 4. •2'■V^. 
Dori-as. dauj^litor of tlie JJi'v. I'aul, 

4. 'JAV)(\ luaiiied Dr. lirewstor, 4. 

24'.l». 
the ]Jov. Ehonorcr, 4. •"'.•"".l'. 
Eli/.alietli. 1st. dauyiitcr of tlie Kev. 

I'aiil. 4. -V,hi. 
Eli/, vlicth, 2d, ilau^'-litei- of tlio liev. 

PaMi. 4. 'JV.hr, niaiiifd Nathaniel 

(iould. 4. 24'.'/!. 
Elizahcth, dau;.:htor of Tristram. 4. 

240. 
Enoili, son of Col. Jose]i]i. 4. 241; 

his birth and doath. 4. 241. 
Enofh of JippinLj, 4. 2'.i'.i. 
(.'apt. Enoch, his tavoiii si^n. 4. 010; 

wi'L'L'ked at Piynioulli, 4. ;;io. 
Eunicf, daiiLilitur of Pi-ter. 4. 23l»- 

240; canio to America, 4. 240. 
family. 4. 2;J."); 5. lix. 
George ^\^, 8. oO. To. 
homestead, 4. 241. 
James of Pepperellboro, 4. 209. 
Jame-s, son of Tristram, 4. :j40; went 

to Nantucket, 4. 1'40. 
Joan, daughter of Peter, 4. 2:!;). 
Joan, wife of Nicholas. 4. i,'-J"J. 
Joan, wife of Peter, 4. Sj'J. 
John, son of Nicholas. 4. l'oO. 
Jolin. son of Peter, 4. l'40. 
John, Sou of Tristram. 4. 240; moved 

to Nantucket, 4. 240. 
John Govham, son of the liev. Paul, 

4, 240/i; married Elizabeth liice, 

4. 240/*. 
John Pine, 4. 2:311. 
Col. Joseph, a son of tlie Hon. Na- 

tlianiel, 4. 241 ; married Maigaret 

Morss, 4. 241; died in Ness bury, 

4-241; children of. 4. 241; com- 
mittee for Narrajj:an^ett ouner.s, 

2. l;j.S, 242/1. 
Joshua, sfjn of Col. Joseph. 4. 241; 

married Sarah Dartlelt, 4. 241 ; 

date of his birth and death, 4. 

241 ; lived at Newbury, 4. 241 
Joshua, his Ilistcjry of Ne\\bury 

cited, 3. ,so(i, 220/1, 221 /(, Sj'j, SiUn, 

240h, 241. 
Joshua of Pockinr^ham county, i. 

Mn. 
ilary, daugliter of ('o\. Joseph, 4. 

24*1; birth and death of, 4. l'41. 
ilary, daughter of t.iie Pev. Paul, 4. 

■JV.hi. 
-Maiy. daughter of Petc'r, 4. _';jy-240; 

came to America, 4. 24o. 
Mary, dau<rhter of Tiistram, 4. 240; 

date of her birth, 4. 240; moved 

to Nantucket, 4. 240. 
Nathaniel, 4. 1U4, KJO. 
Dr. NaLhauiel, 5. xviii. Hi, 445. 



N.'ithaniel, son of James. 4. 200. 

Natlianiel, son of I'aul. 4. :;.".o„. 

the lion. Natlianiel. son of Tristram 
2d. 4. 241; birth of, 4. j 1 1 ; mar- 
ried ."<arah Dole, 4. J41: lisi-d in 
Newbury, 4. iMl; (leatii of. 4. i.'4 1 ; 
cliihiren of, 4. 'J41. 

Nicholas, date of his ssill, 4. L'.lO; 
cliiMren of. 4. 'S-'-'.K 

the Pcv. Paul. .Meinoir of by Cyrus 
Woodman, 4. 2:'.">-2.'-0; son of Col. 
Joseph, 4. -^41; birth of. 4. 241: 
married Mary Gorham. 4. iMI, 
24]>(, 240: of litcrarv tastes. 4. 
242, 24;-!-244, 2.Vj ; in" cdle-e, 4. 
241; a sclnxd teacher. 4. 2J2. 201; 
preached in P>iixtoii. 4. 2 12. -J-lJii. 
24:1; 7.210.272; paid b\ the Nar- 
rauan>ett pro]ii ietois. 4. 2 12: tlie 
autlior (if over one Thousand ser- 
mons. 4. 242//; oitl. lined. 4. 24.;- 
244; named Pnxton. 4.24."): law- 
suit to obtain his salary. 4. 24.">; 
letter to his parish. 4. 24.")-247; 
children of, 4. 240//-2.'/O,,. -.",0: vis- 
ited Fryeburg. 4. 2."iO; at liiom- 
field, 4. 2."j0; at lirst not in faxor 
of the Pevolution. 4. 2."in; deeljned 
the parish of Newbiuy. 4. 2.'.i»-2.'/l ; 
colleague appointed. 4. i:."!: an 
Armenian or Calvinist. 4. 2.".l-2.",2: 
Ids religious opinions. 4. 2.")2-2.">t; 
familiar with the cla>siev. 4. 2.">.">: 
friend of Dr. Eesst iiden. 4. J','>: 
his contemporarie,-^. 4. 2.",.")-2."';: 
character. 4. 2.")(;, 2.!.s; title eoa- 
ferred upon. 4. 2.';t', ; ITis )iliy>i(ine. 
4. 2'iti; deatli of, 4. :.'."ii1-2.jT ; an 
observer of many changes. 4. 2.jT- 
2.jS; funeral <d', 4. 2.')',i; mentioned. 
2. 141. 142: 4. 2SD(, 2.s4,/. 2^7);; 8. 
IMJ; Journal ui a Tour from Wells 
to the Connecticut river. 4. 2t'pl- 
200; Tour to Kliode Island. 4. 
207-274; Tour from IJuxtou to 
Piggwackett, 4,27"/-202: Piinaiks 
on liie FiLdit at Piggss lekel t. 4. 
200-202; Tour to Hanover. 4.20.;- 
200; A .Missionary Tour. 4. ;]ol- 
40.j. 

Paul, son of the Kev. Paul. 4. 240. 

Peleg, 2. 201. 

l*eter, son of Nicholas, 4. 2:)0; date 
of his will, 4. 2.J0; children of. 4. 
2:;0-240. 

Peter, son of Tristram, 4. 240. 

Peter, cousin of J'aul, 4. 207. 

Pebecca, daiigiiter of the Pcv. P;iul, 
4.2".<0/(; mariit'd Pelatiah Harmon, 
4. 2.'/0/(. 

Sarah, c(>usin (^f the Pcv. Paul, mar- 
ried Knight, 4. 207. 

Sarah, daugter of Ccd. Josepli. 4. 
241; birth, 4. 211; niauietl tiic 
Pcv. Daniel Little, 4. 211 ; death, 
4. 241. 



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MAINi: iriSTOniCAL SOCIKTV. 



Coftin, Sav;\li, daiiirhtor of llio Kcv. 

I'aui. 4. --l'.>; m;\rrit.»l Dr. Ezra 

l)o;\ii. 4. L'4'.b(. 
Stijiiit'ii. son of the Rov. Paul. 4. 

24'.')!. L".*'.!; iiKirried Sarah Jufd. 4. 

2V.),i. 
Sioplu'ii. son of 'I'ristraiii, 4. •2}i^: 

(latf <if liis liirtli. 4. ■_'H): niovud 

to N:'iilnrkct, 4. -.'lo. 
Susanna. (lanuiitti- of ("nl. Josepli. 

4. '241: niarvii'd .lames UomI. 4. 

241; hvv (U'^rendonts, 4. 241: 

doalh of. 4. 241. 
Susanna, daiiuhtor of the la-v. Paul. 

4.2">"/( : niariic'd Joseph Woodman, 

4. 2oO((. 
Tiisliam. son of Xiidiolas. 4. 2:'.n. 
Tiisiram. son of Pott-r. 4. S'/.K 240: 

came to Ameriea, 4. 24o: married 

Dianis Stevens. 4. 240; ehihlren of. 

4.240; lived at Salisbury. Ilaverliill 

and Newbury, 4. 240: commis- 

sioi:er. 4. 240: nn->ved to Xantueket. 

4-240; left En-lainl on ai'eounc of 

Cronnveil. 4. i'40; tiatcs of liis 

birtli and death. 4. 240. 
Tristram, son of Ti'istram. 4. 240: 

birth of. 4. 240; married .hiditli 

Sonierby. 4. 24i'; built a house at 

iNewburv, 4. 240; children of. 4. 

241. 
William, of (?onctu(l, 4. 20s. 

Dr. , of Falmmith. 3. 222. 

the Kev. , of Kingston. 4. 2(>.j. 

2(iT. 
CotTyn, see Coftin. 
C'ogawesco, visited Levett. 2. 87; men- 

ti(med. 2. SS^ '.rj. 
Cogijeshall. Deaeon . of Xewport. 

4. 2r,;,i- 

Cogswell. Charles M.. mairied Marga- 
ret liu-^sell. 2. It;."). 
John, anived at T'emaijuid, 5. 217- 
I'lS; moved to Ijiswieli, 5. 21S; 
I'is f;imily of wortii, 5. 2 IS. 
Jonathan, i. 11. 
the Pev. Jonathan. 6. ooS. 
Dr. William, 8. 41:;. 

the Pev. . of .Saeo. 5. xixH. 

Cohasset, home i>f John Jacol). i. 

24i;y/; History of eited. i. 240. 
Cohorn. J'aron. 8. 24."i//. 

Ma.stcrs, 8. 27"^, 2sn; deseribed, 8. 
24.-»'. 
Coin, origin of the word. 6. 147. 
Coinage of Klizabeth. pure. 6. 1:30; of 
Co])]>er. 6. PJO; the rose introdueed. 

5. l.'JO; .\ineiiean. 6. l:',."j-b;7 : mil- 
ling and (latin<: introduced 6. 1;;'.). 
141; of Kn-i.tiid, 6. I4',i-1.-,1: tlie 
liisfory of. 6. 147-140. 

Coin-^. /■<;(/;('/ lit, J'uril'iii'l. w here fonn<l. 

6. lL'0.1.;o, i;;4. I.;.';: of the reign 
of Klizabfth. 6. 1l'0-I:;i): a six- 
I)euce de.scribed. 6. i:;o-i:;i; titles 
of real e.state where the C(jins 



were found, 6. 1:"'.1-P1:'>: various 
ideas of who lo<t ilu' eoins. 6. P).;- 
l:)4, l:>.; des.aibod. 6. l:;4-p;.%: 
j'tuDnl lit U(rliiiioji<r s Islmr!. date 
"of tiiiding. 6. 120, 1:17: ik scribed, 
6. l:]0-14;J, 14U; how found. 6. 144; 
conjectures eoneerning. 6. ll."i-14i'i; 
mentioned, i. 4:;//. ."jI/i; .>• - al-.o 
Castine coins. 
Coke. Sir IMward, managed tlie pro- 
secution of Paleigli. 2. 2.")'': op- 
posed the Plymouth Company. 5. 
JriO; mentioned, 5. xxx: his State 
of Kngland cited. 5. 20Syi. 

Mr. , 2. S7. 

Cokers, , married Koberl Jordan. 

i.2:Uh. 
Colbt-rt. Jean Baptiste. 7. 47. 
Colburn. Capt. Andrew, i. 4GS, 474. 
.^)02. 
Peuben. 2. 2S0. 
William. 7. lo. 12, 1:1. 10, 47. 
Colby, Samuel. 4. 2s;b/. 

— , of Anson. 4. :M7. 

University. 8. 17o. 177. 
Colchester, "2. 14.j. 
Cold, a year of extreme, 6. 178. 

fever. 6. 00. 
Cole, Edward, signed the petition to 
Mass. 5. 240. '^ 
James, signed the pctiiion to Mass., 

5- -'40. 
Jolm, resided at X'egwaset. 2. lin); 
signed petition to .'dass.. 5. 
240. 
John, of Dui-ktu'ld, 4. :J01, oOO. 
Mrs. John, 4. :j;JO. 
Judge, contributed article on Gov. 

Lincoln, i. 4ns. 
X'icholas, lived at Ca<co bay. i. 200/! ; 

early settler at Wells, i.';;02. 
William, one of the lirst settlers at 
Wells. I. o02; a juror, i. 5;^; 
signed i)etitiou to ^lass., 5. l'40. 
Colerain, j)ii><jners taken l)y Indians 

at, 4. l.")0, 204. 
Cole's islet, 4. 22."). 
Colicott. .SfP Callicot and Collecot. 

Coliunc Solimic. Ci>uut de, 7. 42. 

Collecot, Cai)t. liichard. a coaster. 3. 

;jlS; deposition of. 3. ;;iS/(. ;;;Jl- 

'S'-'y2; coniinission('<l to hold a court. 

5. 240; mentioned. 3. 71 : 5. 241. 

William, signed the petition to Mass., 

5. 240. 

Collt < tion of pajiers relating to Mas<». 

Pay Colony, .s* c Hutchinson. 

Thomas. 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

6. 412. 

Collens, Pfjbert, indicted for assault. 
i.;iOO: partially guilty, I. ;JO'J: his 
imnishment, i. :;oo-:'.70. 
Collier, Sir<Jeorge, 6. !'>L'. 
James, 8. 2l2/(. 
John, leased the paper nal! at Fal- 



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63 



nioi'.th. 3. •■>"!(>: sold lonsi- (oWaUlo 
:n! 1 W otUn-.k. 3. :]:)-,. 

i;..lKTr. S. ■2l-2ii. 
(■i>Iliim>. Abraliani, lived on tlio N'ook, 
i.';;--'n. 

Chiisroji'uM', c:!!!*!'!! his own iloarb. 
I. l^T-l'^S; 3. T1.M>: i-oii-t:iMe for 
!Svarl>ofon;x!i, 3. ■"•"': sittlcd ,\x 
Ula.'k I'oint. 3. Ti': <itt' .>1" l)i> 
liousi', 3. Ti'. SI : r<uivictt_-«! of ^^';',n- 
(lal, 3. 71': fhilihi'ii (lit! not atti nil 
clinrcli. 3. "11-71: liis lU'ath su>- 
j)ici.)ns. 3. Ti. >": a snc't'ssful 
farnu'V. 3. T-: invontory of his 
estate. 3. 7.!; i>resonteil for not 
payiiiij tlie minister's stiiiend. 3. 
1.'4: a quaker, 3. 1")4. 
'■(ijliiis. <'lirisroi)her jr.. sold land to 
Jo-hna Seottow. 3. 7-. 

MatliK'w. nnnied a dnu'jhter of 
Andrew Alijer jr., i. l'N;/: 3. I'l"). 

Mary, jiresented for iion-at r.iidance 
at ehuveli. 3. 70-7!: imnisluil for 
<.i>!Uikerisni, 3. 71 ; lier larer hi-^t^iry 
unknown. 3. 7"_. 

Samuel. 5. ;;.;. :U. 40. 

Tiniothv. 3. 110: in the trarrison at 
Bla«-k Point, I. -J-^j^. 
Colonial history of New York, cited, 
5. 2o-'/i. 

law.s, cited, i. lG:w). 

papers, eited, i. ■j'j'-i; sc Sainsluirv, 
W. Noel. 

villau*', n. de.scrihed. 7. :":o:l 
C'olonis^s at .Sairad ilior mii;ht have 

kept a journal. 3. i'^:). 
Colonization, exjunse of (Torires in 
.settlini: Main.', i. i'7-/i: (ior^'e.s 
received no peiMui vry hcnelit from. 

1. liT-H ; t)f no in ei't->t to the V.w^- 
Ihsh, 2. l.^'^!-i;»(^< f liinre of Ihikiuh. 

2. VJ:i: the opening of Viri^inia. 2. 
19(?; French unsuccessful. 2. 1'.)'/- 
20a: interest revived in Kntrland. 
2. I'Oa: 7. I'!i4; the interest of 
Gori^e.s flr.st awakcmMl. 2. l'l''/-l':]'/: 
7. lo4; cause for di^ioiiia^inicnt 
in. -j.-S-)'!; attempt uiade to awak- 
en aircni-ral interest in. 7. L'4'/. 'l~'i: 
of national import nut.'. 7. '-^'>'i-2~<i ; 
diseoura'^'emeiits of early settlers. 
7. :Jo«-;j1'7: couiaije of tlie I'i- 
{rrims, 7. '.)\a: jriven up hy the 
Plymouth Company. 7. :'.:;./: re- 
p'Ut of John Smith's voya^re. 7. 
•)'>'i: failure of tlie second attt-mpt 
in New Kn;.:hind, 7. ;j'.'" : the '^rant- 
in.L'-of the charter to tin- Plynioiitii 
Ciimpaiiv a fjieat st<';> toward. 7. 
'tin; Po[diani iritiested in, 7. L'U: 
I.omion merchants interested in. 7. 
-"; .Southampton intei-csted in. 7. 
-'>: heneJits deiivcd fri>m. 7. .'•i'-'io. 
•j'i, ♦■|4; exhibited a jmi nli:u \ieWof 
Poei.-tv, 7. iji'.'j; hr.^t attempt in 
Maine, 4, ];>; due to the Ihsherics, 



5. ^■\'^•. 7. "1**; not due to ijovorn- 
nient aid. 5. 1 IS; the Aldwonhs 
interested in. 5. 110. l.".o. I.M : 
Walsinrham inter.stcd in. 5. I"i0, 
1">1: liist stt')i toward in l>.i'^l and, 
5. l."i:5: the settlement at Pema- 
(piid. the initial stej) in New Ya\'^- 
land. toward. 5. ]".7: 8. ::o;>: idiief 
indneements for. 5. 1 7-". : P.e.'on ou. 
5. 17:h(: that of the I'n ledi in 
Maine one of the causes of her 
crimson annah>, 5. \~'>: stimu- 
lated by the aet'ount of ^^■ey- 
nu^uth's voyai;e. 5. '-V-V^, :;:'.:'.. o44; 
tlu' death of Popham a severe 
blow to, 5. :',.')1; that of New Kn<j:- 
land miLcht have been ehauLred if 
Popham's colony had settled else- 
where. 5. :''')!'; by tin- Freuidi. 6. 
?>: Pojihanrs family intrresteil in. 
7. ;US: the fur trade and tishimi; 
an imiiulse to, 7. :n>: I'opiiam's 
colony the first to atteuipt it, 8. 
40:1: not a]iproved of by .Sully. 9. 
07; the Huguenots excluded from, 
9. loo: Alexander" vS attcnii>ts at, 
9. I0v)-I01; La Tour entered into 
the spirit of the Enq-lisli, g. Ui;]; 
Godfrey interested in. 9. :;!i:.* ; Joiiu 
Smith interestt'il in, 9. :Jo;j. 

Colorado. 9. •24(). 

Colt. Caleb, 4. ."i.j. 
Pet r. 4. .-.'I. 
Peter and (\)., 4. -A). 

Colt's tail. the. 5. xxiii. 

Columbus, Christojdier, solved the 
problem of land to tlie we.st. 2. 
i;Ja: sufiposed he had rcacheil 
Cathay. 2. Pv'-Ho: took an Arabic 
scholar with him. 2. 14a, ~{\(r. re- 
sult of his last voyage. 2. Me; his 
disiioveries caused a <;reat sensa- 
tion. 2. \An: his slnjis excited the 
Indians. 5. LP): mentionetl, 2. 7; 
9. :;:,<. 

Colvil pliee. I. 4S4. 

Coman. Piehard. siuned the petition 
to Cromwell, i. :;iM. 

Comasconty river. 8. I'oi; a lioundary 
of the grant to Plymouth colony, 
2. •JO:;. 

Combinations for government, i. S-';, 
I'S. 101. 

Commission of Alexander Woodrop, 
5. 74-7.". 

Comtnissioners and ordinances of fJr.r- 
ges, 1. 70: duties of the early. 3.i'4/(; 
for Falmonth and Searboidui:!!. i. 
jdO. ]."<'.•. 104. l'.*7, -l^'^K 207. :>;': of 
Massachusetts, i. 10->. \~<). I'.'O; (-f 
the Duke of York. 4. L'l'o. l'i.'4: 8. 
In';; of the king, i. 17-L '^L 1>4; 
. 3. .'jO, .">7. h^, ('>■'>: rejiort of Litn-oin 
county, 5. Is^/c, of Maine, 5. 



04 * MAIKE IIISTOKICAL SOCIKTY. 

Commissions, for scttlini: tlie Duke iif Qncon stroet, i. 247; nulcil M.'fin 

Vork's titlt'. 5. .')'.t-i;ii: to .John ' .sfroot, i. olG; ineiition^'d, 1. ^4^: 

Alk'ti, 5. 'i'.': t.i Tliom.is Sharp. 5. 6. l-'.-J. 

7."J; to Nicliolas ManniiiLT. 5. 10;)- the Pioviticial. 2. 110. 'J]-2. 

101; to (Jvh's (;otl(l;u\I, 5. 101-]ii_'. Con^rossioinl (riol)^. \l\v. S. •.•$. 

lOCi-loT: to Capf. Jnlui I'aliiuT, 5. ivports. i-itnl. 5. 14"). !4'.i. 

Jll: to till' Jr.stioi's nt" t!u' r.a.o Cttnick Falls, mills at. 4. ;•."• '. 

of Ci'oniwrll ('(.uiity. 5. li:;-l I'.i: to Connortinit, James York !novrr{ t->. 

Joliii \\\-st. 5. lL'-'--lL':': used liy i. ;^>1S; tu,.k ].,.ss;'--.l..:i .-f t! ..• 

Mass. to hold CDurt in Maine, 5. papers of .VinoUl. i. 4;T-44'^: • • 

249-2.")(>. furnish jiart of thu Uy.iO t.. tiLh- 

Cominon seliools iu Maine. 8. 170. I the Iinlians, 2. I'-Vl; why tjie eariv 

Conipa.ss. the, varied one jniint. 3. 202. attempis to .-ettle were siieeessfr.. 

Complaining, a ]>nuis!iment for. 3. ■">7- 2. 210, 270-l'71: tlie ideas of tli.- 

05. early settlers impressed uiion. 4. 
Conaut, Gov. rio;,'ei-, 5. l''>S«. 182, 104. 72; issued eopper coina^ro. 5. ]■'.■■: 

100. Massachusetts elaim^d jurisdi' - 

■ — — , brought a suit against Jack- tion over. 7. I.">2. 152/( : nv-ntioned. 

son, I. tJ4/!. 7. ;;i:;, •"•on. .-,14. .")24 ; 2. 11.;. \:'.:'. 

Concord, the derivation anil delliiition i:]4, 1.">S; 3. l")'i. 17'.'. ■"'.:.•'/(. 41'". 

of, 4. lOo. I 441; 4. 2S4,i; 5. .xxi.v. .\lvi. Ivi/. ii; 

;Maine, 7. '■]'>!. ' 6. l."*, .'A. :]-j, :;r., 47/,. 7-, . :.':.';;.:;.',-: 

Mas.s., the Provincial Congress met 7. lUl, 2:14, ;J:;.>. 40-'".. 4 7; 8. ll'.'. 

at, 2. 212: mentioned. 2. 2-^1: 3. 14>^. ]0(), ;]00; 9. 20. ;',1.'. ;'..'.l': hi- 

R5/(; 27*'>; 5. li; 9. ti>. toi-y of, .spc Trumbull. Renjami!'.. 

N. 11., calletl I'ennacook. 4. •.'7"^/( ; colonial records, cited. 7. 1".U//. 

people move from r») Fryeburu. 4. Historical .Society, 4. o: -j.-i-^'j; pub- 

2~t6n\ cai)tives taken at. 6. ■J41 ; lications of cited, 5. 141. 

mentioned, 2. 14r.; 4. i'n7, 2>0, i^OS. , river, a boundarv of CaiVida town- 

342;8. 4.")n. i .ship. 2. l.T;;,. niention • 1. l.-.l:;-. 

the, G-osnold"s shiii, 7. 20:1, oOO/?. '. 4. -Jt;;]. 27.")», :'At\; 5. .; ■;: 6. 211. 

Condition of the religious denoniina- 2.';ik 2;'>^. 2:;o. i'4o;,. i;^- ".s4; ■-. 

tions of .Maine at the (dose of the l.";:!; 8. 17. i'"). 47. 4>. ;.4.': g. •_'"• 

i;evolution. 7. 217-2::0. Connoyer, 3ladani de, aueiiiote of. :. 

Conduskeag, Indi.iu name of Bangor. 4:'.:;. 

7. 8; mentioned. 7. 14. 1-"). ir.. IS. CouoUey, — — , f<nmd a che-t of coin? 

Coney, Daniel, co-opi'iate nu'mber of at Johnson's narrows. 6. ii";. 

the Maine IIi>torieal Society, i. Comiuest of Canada, sc: Warburtoi;. 

11; mentioned. 8. U'd, :;42: 9. 204. (ieorge. 

Female Academy. 8. \~t'>. Considerations on the s >vereignty. 

Lsland, in the Kennebec river, 3. G04. Independence, Tra'ie an 1 Fi-i;- 

see also Cony. erics of New Ireland, the suppo:?<-.i 

Congin, Mun.joy's property at. i. 2."J$: author of, 7. 2Mr>. 

resettled by Danforth. i. 2os: for- Constitutions of Clarend.-n. 7. 14bi. 

mer natne of. i. 2.".s. Continental army, Arnoh/.^ addn-- 

Congregalionali>^m. 5. l'O. to, i. 402, 40:): Arnold's letter to. 

Cougregationali^t-, in Bath. 2. 22'.'!, i. 407: soldiers of Maine u::o 

227; in Georgetown. 2. l'l''.>. 221: served in. 2. 214: tlie liev. John 

6. ;j2; in Minor. 2. r_'7: ipiaireled Cleaveland in, 6. ;j'^4: inentioned. 
vith Presbyterians. 6. l-'r. Pres- 3.204. 

byterians mei^ed into, 6. ;]n; by Controversy between Clecvcs and Jor- 

their «ieeds jusliiie<l land. 6. 1>7; dan. i. 12^, i:)4: between ( 'U'ev; s 

at Falmouth rlissatistied. 6. 102; and Winter, .s/^r Cleeves rx. Wint.r. 

feared the spread of (,)uakerism. Convention to draft the constitution 

7. 221; at Plea>ant Cove. 8. Ill;/: of Maine. 5. xli-xlii. 
mentioned, 4. ;>;o. :;-.;. ;;'.i.;. :;'.t7. Converse, Cai)i. Isaac. efiVeted a peacr' 
401.40;]; 5. lii. Iv: 6. ;J2. ly.;: 7. -svith the Indians. 5. l'-;;: sent ■.■< 
210, 4:)1 : 8.407. learn the de.■^igns of th- Frenc'n. 

Congress, Continental, the, i. 4'-C); 2. 5. 2S4, :]:;i; sent to m ake a trcatv 

140. with the Indians, 5.1--: depo-;- 

of the United States. i.:]:Z~: 4.(10; tion of. 5. vOO; in charu'c of t;:f 

5. xxx\ii, xli. xliv; 6. 1;]<J: 7. 20.]; Storer gairison, 7. IK',: his noi.'.-- 

204, 20.^: 9. 170. 172. 17;i, 17-j. 200. defense, 7. 11(5; letter of citcl. 5- 

202. 241, 242, 2.j1. 2^:]n. 

Street, Portland, owners of lots Conveyancing, first in .Vmerii-a. 5. 10': 

bounded by, i. 247, 240; formerly lirst in Massachus(;tt>. 5. 100; ;ir=: 

' in Plymouth, 5. I'Jo. 



INDEX TO COLLECTIONS. 



Go 



Conway. Indians at. 2. fXi, 0:2; the 
l{ev. Paul C'l'tlin ar. 4. ^oii; thr 
llev. Natlianiel rorter mdaiiKd 
at. 4. 2')0; forinorly Pc'L.';wav;!i"t't. 9. 
21:3: l-ioad iiieaili.\vs nf, 9. i'l.j-i'14; 
iiU'iiti<_'iK'(l. 6. 2;)">. 
C'.>ny, Daniel, 4. 7. 
Dr. Daniel, 5. xviii. 
<^ov. Sanuu!. 8. 4.'i'.'. 
tiaiah, Lowell, dauglirei-of the Hon. 
Daniel, 8. :U2; nuaried Rcuel 
Williams, 8. .U-J. 
ihc lion. Daniel. 8. :]42. 

, of Cani[i(:iliello, 6. 1U3. 

sie also Coney. 
Cooasli.-<ip. delinition (.if, 4. 101. 
Couk, Amos Jones, teaeher at Frye- 
bur<^ Academy. 8. 16-]: introduced 
rausieal instruction. 8. li>j-li)4. 

Dr. . 7. L'l'T. 

LUler Gideon, 7. 222. 

Hczekiah, 4. o'iii. 

Lv'.nni-], a Kevolutiouarv pensioner, 

9. l.jlt. 101. 
Piobert, 5. SS. 
Cooke, Elisha, commissioner of Xorth 
Yarmouth alYair>. 2. lT-">; a'^ent 
for Mass. Bay Colony, 5. o'.iS; 9. 
20, 2!.t, 34; mentioned, 2. 2G.j; 3. 
oSO; 5. 210,1. 277/;. 
James. 5. K)U. 

John, 3. IIU; in tiie garrison at 
Black Point, i. 227/i. 

, 2. 2(50. 

Peyton, 3. 232. 
Sir Edward, 2. 34. 37. 
Cook's brid;^"e, 4.270. 
Coolbroth, George, sou of John, 3. 
209. 
John, bio;;raphical notice of, 3. 209. 
Lemuel, son of Geoi-ge, 3. 2o9; a 
centenarian, 3. 20;».. 
Coole. Nich., signed the petition to 
Cromwell, i. 30-j. 
William, witnessed the deed from 
Gorges to Wheel wriglit, i. 344. 

T'oolidge. Dr., . 7. 4.'jS. 407. 

Coombs, Leonard B., 8. ol, .J2. 
.SLeplien, 2. 212. 

_ , of Sjcarl^orough, 2. 173. 

Gooper, Alexander, siu'neil the petition 
to Charles 11, i. 4U2. 

Liout. , I. .501, .J24. 

river. 7. 224. 

Thomas, purchased land of Munjoy's 

estate, I. 129. 
Thomas, to take up land in Pema- 

<iui(L 5. 109-1 10. 
William, si.^rned the treaty of 1714, 
6. 2.")9; his auto^iaph, 5. :i:,'.). 
VH^p._.r"s hall, 9. 3.:'i. 
< 00s, 4. :^,0;}; meaning of, 4. 115, 182. 
, (^'xiiity, g. 21s. 
' /'I" I'liicu.s, 7. 243. 

Copley, J(din Singleton, 6. .^l ; 7. 213. 
^opoucs island, 3. 34-i, 310. 



( opp. Benjamin, first settler of Jack- 
son, g. 214. 

Cop]>er coin> issued bv the .states, 6. 
130. 

Copp"s hill. Boston. 9. GO. 

Copstown, 4. :]'.■'.>. 

Coptic, the. I. 41:]. 

Corl)ett, Abraham, 5. S. 

Corbin, Lydia, i. 2os. 

Pobi-rt. Hv.mI in Kalmonth. i. PC). 
114, II."). 1>.".: signed the submis- 
sion to .Mass.. I. lo.-,, :>,;. chMvcd 
a marsh, i. 121; juobably came 
from Bo>to:i. i. 121; captain of the 
SpeedwfU, i. 121; mairicd Lydia 
Martin, i. 122, 207; killed, i.'l21. 
219, 221; consented to tlie agree- 
ment between Jordan and Tucker. 
I. 131; petitioned to the general 
court, I. 144; joined in the o;;- 
position to Mass.. i. 170; prcscntti! 
for bleach of oath. i. 171; pre- 
sented for desecrating the S;ib- 
bath, I. 171-172; signed the pe- 
tition to the kinu", i. ISO; a juror, 

1. IS.'); commissioner, i. 197. 2iiu; 
to su])port iiis mother-in-law, i. 
20S; wife taken prisoner, i. 21.'. 
221; mentiiined. i. 1l-3, 141. 

Corbiu"s sound, settlements at de- 
stroyed. 5. 2.')3. 

Corbinson, .Samuel. 4. 233. 

Corinthian elegance. 4. 77. 

Cork, Ireland, faniilies moved from t> 
^Vfaine. 2. 2(i4; home of Morris 
O'Brion, 2.24:1: nu-ntioned, 3. 2.'o. 
Maine, why so named, 2. IM.^; men- 
tioned. 6. IT). 

Corn, one peck of to be ])aid annuaTy 
to the Indians, 1.230; 3. 102. IO2.7 ; 
prices of, i. 229h; the Enuiish re- 
fused to pay the tribute to tie' 
Indians, i. 2S7; the lirst raised in 
New Gloucester, 2. l."*.'); as a con- 
sideration in the ])urcliase of land, 

2. 19o: purchased for the sull\i- 
ing families of Scarborou^xh, 3. 
200; the great crop in the UnitLiI 
States, 4. 22; line growth of \<i 
Maine, 4. 344, 34."); a surjjlus at 
Plymouth in 102.5, 8.201,202; car- 
ried to Bostmi lo grind. 9. :;i.)S. 

Cornbury, Vi>count of, 7. 141«; t<f;e 
also Clarendon, Earl of. 

Corney, Elisha, son of John, i. '.]•<: 
moved to Gloucester, i.30S; de- 
position of, I. 1.57, 1.57/i. 
John, a laborer, i. 30S; lived 
with the Ingcrsolls, 1. 3i)S; niir- 
chased lan<l at Nonsuch poinr, i. 
:]0S; moved to (iloucester, i. :! >-; 
date of his (Icath, i. .30S; married 
Abigail .Skillin;4s, 1. 30>^; date of 
Iter death, i. ;;0's; children ol, 1, 
30S; lived on the N'eck, i. 32U. 
island, 3. 290, 292. 
same as Curney, i. 303. 



OG 



>rATVE niS^TOniCAL SOCIETY. 



Conihill, rcsidonco of Cyrus Eaton, 7. 
4'.l<t. 
Eniiilon, 2. .'^, 1(\ 11. 
Cdniish, 4. ■JTii/f. 
Corn mill at IJarborry rvock, i.'24r!)r. 

at Scarbonnmii. 3. luT- 
Coinvill, 4. :-514;(. •■j4S. 
Cornwall county. Nii'liohis MnnniuL: a 
jinliio in, I. 2~t[hi: nanud. 4. i':.'! ; 
8. lS.")-l^f>; to sond a nienibor to 
the Xcnv York >;'tnu'ral asseuildy, 
5. 4; Goddard the rciuvsentative, 
5. 4«; commission to the Justire 
of Peace at, 5. ll;!-ll'.'; set oti, 7. 
l.jS; boundary of. 8. iMl; (.niiiKd 
to a rejtresfntative. 8. isii; pe- 
tition for the reni.iv il of the cap- 
tain of Fort Ciiarles, 8. 1ST; taxed 
riijorously, 8. 1S7: be.uan to hate 
tlie IStuarts, 8. 1"^T: mentiijned. 2. 
2:;4;3.%5; 4. 2J4. -2o, 2-0: 5. xxi, 
05, luO, 105, lO'j. ln>. iiiii, 111. 114, 
119, 120, 122. 12.-, ]2i;, 242, 21)5, 
2r.(>, 274. 277: 8. 1".U. 
En<;land. i. 112, li:]j(. 
mines, 5. 11:',. 
provim-e of. 5. xx. 

Cornwallis. (i^en. Lord Charles, 3. 205- 
20G; 6. S7; 7. 0:)4. 

Cornwell, the Kev. Wait. 2. li:>. 

Corry, Joseph, liis History of Bristol 
cited. 2. 51''/( : 5. \4^ii. 

Cortereal. Gaspar de, named Labradin- 
and tlie country near Huiison's 
Itay, 2. ICui. 

Cortes, Hernando, prepared to ex- 
plore the coast, 2. H)atr, ids dis- 
patclies cited. 2. It't'Hi. 

Corthell. tlie Hon. William J., 8. 15S. 

Cortland, Steplien Van, 5. 75, il4, loO. 

Corvo island, 3. 2'.'0. 

Corwin, Geor^^e. 7. 15.y;(. 

Corunna. 8. 147: 9. 17^. 

Cosins, a spellini: of Cossons. 3. ."7n. 

Cossons. Jolin. a niein'oer of tlie Li- 
gonia Assembly, i. '.*'.•: lived at 
Westcusto^o. I. W: ordered to 
make reparation to the Indians. 
3. o7: lived at Xorth Yarmouth, 
3. 37»; mentioned, 1.541. 

Casten see Casrine. 

Cote de Lanzon, granted to the In- 
dians, 6. '2o^. 

Cothren, , of Farmington. 4. .'^06. 

Cotta, John, sold laud to Capt. S. 
Davis, 4. 2:iO. 

, married a dau.u:hter of Richard 

Wharton. 3. ;J2'.i. 

Cotton, tlie Eev. .lidin, Ids cliaracter 
maligned by }!>>bL-rt Jordan, i. 172; 
minister of tin- iirst church of 
Boston, I. 172/(: <ieath of. i. 172/*; 
mentioned, 3. Jb): his diary cited, 
2. 42/(. 
the liev. John, of Hampton, mairied 
Aune Lake, 5. 250; hia widow 



ftiarried the Kev. IniMcase Matlu r. 

5- ->•"-•• 

Roland. 4. 14'.). 150. liV.. 

street. I'orthuid. owners of lots 
bounded by, i. 24S. :.M;». 

Thomas. 3. Itw;. 

William, laud deeded to by Skill!!i'.'>. 
I. ?>\'>: mentioued, 3. I(.i5, luj; 4. 
lt;i. IOC. 

■wool. 3. ;]o7. 
Coucking stool, 3. 57. 
Ctuince's shiiiyard. 6. .■)02. 
Council chamber, \\'hitt.-hall. 3. .■'.2-^. 

for foreign plantation.-. 5. iM-'i. 2 In, 
247, 257, 25S. 2t)i;/(: 7. W.': g. :;:;i 

for the riding, )danting and gi'vcrn- 
iuix Xew England in America re- 
ceived a charter from James i. S. 
201); 9. :.'25; incorporated. 2. 4o ^ 
202-20(3; nuMubers of. 2. 4i);/. 4'.*'/ .. 
50(/ ; objcctit)n.s made to. 2. 4o.;; 
8. 200; its rights established. 2. 
40'/. 4]('; 8. 200: ext.-nt of ixrant 
to, 2. 40;(, 274; 3.:'o: 9.2-:5: a^-ted 
independeid of the crown. 3. '■',•': 
grant to Trelawny and (iooiiyear. 

1. 5.']4; iiatent to Eii^by. i. '>-i''i: 
sent two ships to Xorth Virginia. 

2. 27«; ollicers of the e.^ptdition. 

2. 27'(; ships of, 2.27''; site of tht- 
Iirst colony. 2. 2>.': return 01 pnrt 
of the liist colony. 2. 2'.t(/: second 
expedition, 2. 2'.''r. return of ;\11 
the colonists, 2. Gi.'.' ; colonist- 
lacked courage. 2. ol"; jieople of 
I'lymouth ai)plied to thc-m for a 
charter, 2. 4[(i; gave a grant t.- 
the I'ilirrims. 2. 4b-. 42-'. 42'';.. 
274-275; 8. :'.41: 9. ils; the I'ly- 
mouth coloni.-t> aheady settled 
within the company's territory. 2. 
42(/; second chartt-r gninted to. 2. 
42(/«: attention calh-d to the gov- 
ernnu*nt td' their territory. 2. 4;j '; 
looked after the relit.don of t!u- 
peojde. 2. 4."u': Levett a mendoT 
of, 2. 4'.i"/( ; 5. 10,7: eave a charter 
to British merchants. 5.51)'': theii 
charter laid the foundation o! 
New England, 2. 51'/: 8.200; tlu 
charters granted by them occa- 
sioned perplexity. 2. 51"-52''; 

3. :Jl-o2; the tirst charter th.i' 
coucerneil Maine. 2. 52'/; Gori.e.'' 
a memljer of, 2. 5''"/; -rant lo 
Vines, 2. ~t.j((; grant trt .s.ico, 2. 
81'/; grant to Aldw.irth an-l Kl- 
bridge. 2.67*i; 5.207-214; grant t' 
Bradfi/rd and others of riymoutii. 

2. 202-20M, 275: 8. .•>41 ; extent ••: 
the grant, 2. 2<)o: grant to Cani- 
rnock, 3. 12; grant to Bonythoii. 

3. 17; grant to Gor'_'es au'i Ma.^-n. 
10:^2, 3. ;]0; gave hind belonuir.- 
to Gorges to other parties. 3. ■-'- 
C2 ; suppo-sed tauoc of the blut.- 



INDEX TO COLLKCTIOXS. 



dcr. 3. "2; ^rant to Piuclmse, 3. 
L;15. -JU), o2."), :;L'i!. ;]:;(). :l:;i : <:rai»r 
to Way, 3. ;-;i5, :]\('\ •'.•J.'i. :]-2t'\ -VM ; 
};i-ant to Wliartcn. 3. ;',l'.">; <:iaiit 
to Lcvett, 5. It'iT: 9. 22."; uave ;i 
lii-cnso to tlie Eairlo to trade. 5. 
U'lS; ^M-ant to tlio Karl of Stfrliii.:. 

8. l."^4; .crant to riirci", S. I'lii ; g. 
US; lettor from tlu' I'lyiuoutli 
colonists. 8. 201.'; Pioifi' rlian.sed 
liis ])atent, 9. IIU; I'iyinouth de- 
sired a seperate charter. 9. \-2>): 
adjudicated the settleineiit. 9. li'O; 
•rjTiiit to Deauohainp and Leverett. 

9. 22-j; Godfrey a^eni and attor- 
ney, for, 9. oiki; list of patents 
f;ranted by, 9. oii.j-.'JilS; resicued 
their charter. 2. 00", 'i-i, oSn; 3. 
ol ; division of the territory. 2.. "4: 
mentioned. 2. SO, 2l'l ; 9. 117; .^-e 
riy mouth Company. 

minutes. 5. 8. 0. 14. lij. IS, i2. To, 7-3, 
!>1, [i::, ;t4. 104, ln7. lo4. 

■ of the United C<ilonies. 9. ;jO. 
records. 5.27(5. '211, i. 2~,>ii. -jSin. 2S4«, 

2'.*i.)«, :.".'2/i; 8. :i2',i//. :.';;4. 
records of Mass.. 5. o^'W;; 7. 107. 

Counselors, the duties of. 3. ;J7. 

Country sloop. 4. 1S3. 

County magistrates, i. 107. 2G7. 
of Canada, granted to .Sir \Villiam 

Alexander, 4. I'l'l. 
Pahitine. 8. IS4. 

Court, lir.st held in Maine, i. 83; held 
Cleeves, i.yS; those in Maine di- 
vided, I. ISS; taxes levied for the 
exiienses of, i. ;3nS; to be held 
annually, 3. 48; held by associ- 
ates, i.'lGi', 170; to be' hekl at 
iJiddeford, 5. xxiv; at Black Point. 
3. 41, 78; at Casco. i. \<>. l^c,, IS7. 
o7ti, .540; 3. 4.5-4(1; at I'almouth, 
I. l;j2. 100, 184, ISO. i'42. i'4.5. i'.5>: at 
Fort Loyal; I. 242. 24-5 ; at Gorireana. 
I. '.'8; at Xew Castle. 2. S-V^; at 
Pemaquid, 5. 248, 24'.J; 7. I-jG; at 
Piclunond'.s island. i..5:jO: at Saco, 
I. .88, l'.t.5, 304, ;J0(;. ;]i;7. -n.'), ."):]•!. 
541; 2. :)Sa; 3. 11, '■)<}, 37. 4S; at 
.Scarborough, i. 1G2-1(;:;; 3-48, -57; 
at Shoei>scot, 2. 2.')2: 8. iSo; at 
Spurwink. 3. 10; at \\'( lis. i. 207. 
-'■'7, 340, 308, 377: 3. -57; at York, 
1. b5'.). 100, 170, 171, 174, 17">, 184. 
1»0, T.'O, 208. 271, 278, 300, SO'.t. 
'i73, 380; 2. (}4c(; 3-48, -53, .54, 58, 
15G; 5. XXV. 
house, Warren. 8. 172. 
of Gorgt,-s, established, i. .53. 54, 50)i, 
73/(, 83, 88; form of proces.s, i. 
73;i; officers of, i. 73/;. 83-84, 8s ; 
first lield at .Saco, i..s3; coexten- 
fiive, I. 84; order to kill Indi;tns 
■who have murdered the Kuu'li-'li. 
I. 84-85; to see that the Indians 
are U'>t wronged, 1. 85; the trial 



by jury observed, i. 85; large 
powers of. 1.85-80; cases before. 
I. 8'.>; to be held annually, i. 8U; 
divided the province into two 
parts, I. S'.i; the interior court to 
be held tluce times a year i. Sii; 
ordered that all chiliiren be bap- 
tised. I. SO; mentituied. i.04, 184, 
1!'5. 304. 
' of Sessions, i. 207, 381. 

of the King's Commissioners, i. 1!I5. 
Courtour. Thomas, signed the petition 

to Cromwell, i. 3!'.5. 
Cousins, .lolin. gave satisfaction to an 
Indian, i. >5; biographical notice 
of. 1.85/); lived at Casco liay, i. 114, 
230//; mentioned, i. 00. 382. 
John, of Yarmouth. 2. 171. 
Cousins" islan<l. formerly Hog island, 
I. 150; called Suripies.jn--. 2. 107; 
half of owned by Pichard Br;:y, 2. 
171: mentioned, i.Oo/i; 2. 178; 3. 
I 340. 

I river, called Sis(pusic. 2. 1G7; home 
of Thomas Pcding. 2. 171; sau- 
I mills at. 2. 181; mentioned, i. 114, 

; 2. 152. 

i Covenanters, the. 6. 28. 
! Coventrv, home of Dennis Morou^h, 

i.3i4. 
: Coverlv, — — , of Pownalboro, 4. 330, 
i 331. 

: Cowasacks. the. lived on tlic CuUnect- 
icut. river, 6. 230. 
Cowes. 6. 322. 
Cow island, i. 151; within the limits 

of Falmouth, i. 145. 
Cowley, Abraham, grand juryman, i. 
371: signed the petitiuu to Crom- 
well. I. 395. 
Cows, value of. i. 220/i: scarce in 
Maine, 3. 72, 72h; of large size, 4.. 
375. 
Cowsegan. 2. 230; 4. 104. 

river. 2. -Jo^. 
Cox, Thomas, married Hepzibah Dav- 
enport, I. 30O/!. 
Williitm. 5. 102. 

— , married Thankful Davenport, 
i.3i)0/i. 
Coxall, Baptist churcli formed at, 7. 

Coxbinson, Samuel, signed the petitoin 

to Ma.-s., 5. 240. 
Co.xe, Edward, married Oliver Godfrev, 
I 9. ;joi. 

I John, married Tabitlia Davenport.. 
; I. 3O0h. 

Coxes head, 2. 214; 9. 101. 
Coxspur island, 9. 170. 
Craljs, abundant in Casco bay. i. 181. 
Craddixk. Adam, proprietor at Pema- 
quid. 5. 302. 
Ge(jrge, proi)rietor at Pemaquid. 5.. 
: 301, 303. 

Gei^iigf, of Boston, 3. 330. 
' Gov. Matthew, 2. 47u. 



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MAINE iirSTOKlCAL SOCIETY 



Craecli. Aivhow. t^iLrnoil tin- iiotition 

to Gov. Urailstrcut. i. 'J^'-\n- 
Craft'ord, Monlecai. 2. •2-'>i'>. 
Craft, Jolm Stai>lts. 2. Il'o, 1-J2. 

Moses. 4. :]<V-\. 

SaiiuK-l. 4. •".i.io. 

, ..1' .lav. 4. .'.in. 

Crag.<;ie, Aufhvw. 8. lTi>. j 

Craj^'iii. Liout. . 4. :i-"iO. I 

C'raij^, Sir Jaines. j;uvi'iiu>r of Canada , 

7. :iW. I 

Craijiie's farm. 4. ;',•/'. I 

CraiiKiki.', II. T.. AnioUrs letters to, \ 

i.4S(;. 4S7. i 

Cram's mill>. 2. 2SI. i 

Cranlierry isk'. 8. '.'rJ'^. \ 

Crancli, Andrew, lived at Falin-mtli, j 

1. 32U. ! 

Craner, the Eev. . settled at Wal- | 

doboroii.uii, 5. 4n4. 
Cranes, jdeutv. 2. m'. | 

Cranlield. (t.-'v. Edward. 5. 91. 0:?, D.']. | 
Cranmer. Thomas. 6. 2.">. i 

Crawford, a .S<.(ite!i-lrish name. 6. IG. 1 

Abel. 9. -'14. 21."^. i 

Erastus, 9. i^l."*. , 

Ethan Allen. 9. 21."). 21(5. I 

family, at ^Voreesrer. 6. l-l: at .Stir- 
Vni'^, 6. 2.'!; at New Ilariior. 9. 21.'3. \ 

house, 9. 2 IS. I 

pond. 4. 32>!. j 

Thomas, iu the Continental Army, 
2.214. . ' j 

W. n., 7. 4fU. j 

Cray river. 9. 2'.'T. 1 

Crci^liton lamilv, settle in Warren, 6. 

21. ' j 

Creole case. tlie. 8. Til. j 

Cresy, the Kev. Noili. 2. 121. ; 

Creuxiiir, .s". Du Creux. 

Crevacoeur, , French merchant at 

Pema'iuid. 2. 240. ! 

Crewe, Jo! in. 5. xlv. 
Criguon, Pierre. 8. 332. 
Crimea, 4. 11 : 5. •-'.54. 
Crimean war, 8. 371. i 

Crispe. . jiatcnt irranted to. 9. 307. ' 

Crittenden, the Hon. .J(din ■]. 7. 4i;3, 

46.^, 40's: 8. 424. ' 

Crocker, David, .-^i^aied the petition of ; 

Mass.. 5. •_'4U. I 

Edwarrl, killed at Falmouth, 1.302. | 

John, 3. IS). 

Reuben, 3. ISO. 

the Eev. Dr. , 7. 432. ! 

Crocket, Ann. 9. 3^4. 

John, married Mary Kni'_dit. 3. 21."<. 

Thomas, .slandered Ann (Godfrey. 9. 

Croesus, anecdote of, 8. 33.">-33'5. ' 

Cromwell, Oliver, Jolin Wheelwright ' 

iu favor with, i. 344/<: ].eople of ] 

Maine sent a petition to. i. 103, ; 

3f*2-3!'.'. 307/(: ai.jjoiiiti-d H'lv ', 

Thomas Temple governor of Can- : 
ada, I. 3'Jo; captured Bristol, 2. 



72((; used Popham's hop.se n> a 
garrison. 77((: at the zenitli of in-; 
]>o])Mlarity. 5. 231 : riultted tin- 
wrongs of 'Kirk and .\lixan<K'i-. 5. 
231; grant to Tern]. K-. 7. ■">2: nieii- 
tionrd. 4. 210. L'T2: 5. 231; 5.27; 
7. l;;7. 13^, .•;2:;: 8.31.0 9. it;,l,;;-_'o. 
323, 3-.'.-), 32.>. 3."Kl. 
Pichaid. 9. 32."). '.VJC<)i. 32S, 3.J0. 
Cron Itr, Afie. 9. 337. 
Ci\>okeil river. 4. :'^C). 
Crooker. Isaiah. 2. 211, 212. 
Cro^by. Henry, signed petition to (iov. 
lJrad.-<treet. i. 263;(; lived at Fal- 
mouth, I. 320. 
John, 8. 107. 
Judge. 6. 41. 

the Uev. Utis, preached in Bath. 2. 
224. 

, of .Sandy river. 4. 312. 

Cross, Daniel F... 4. i'>-3/<. 
river, 4. 40; 9. 131, l.';7. 
Stephen, married Ilejizibah Law- 
rence, iiic Munjoy. i. 2-")7, 3i;i. 
Crouch ri\i.'r. 3. .xv. 
Crown, llenry, mairied Alice Eoger>, 
I.2US. ■ 
point, expedition auainst. 9. S2; e.i- 
teritrise frustrated, g. .>3; men- 
tioned, 5. 3.^2/i; 8. 2i'i.!. 
Crows, reward for killing, 2. il.")-110. 
Cruser, the, 2. 2Uli; ^-t*; Seguin. the. 
Cu' a, 5. 333: 8. 2<l)i. 
Cucking-stool, to lie set up. i. ISo: 

descril>ed. i. 1:^."). 
Cnckholds. the. 7. .3ol. 
Culle. Henry, executed for high tre.t- 

son, 2. 71(f. 
Culliver, John, lived at FalmoutJi, i. 

32'.i. 
Cumberland, (Maine) i. 140; 2. S.'j, 
140, ns, ISl. 
(X. S.), formei'ly Schegnecto, 8. 13i.'. 
association, the. i. ■',-^>n: 5. lii. 
bar, the, 5. xxv. xxvi, yxvlii. x\\. 
xxxiv, xxxix, xii. xlii, xlv; 7. 
■is:,; 8. 420. 421. -13.;. 
cotton factory, 2. 14s. 
conference of churches. 2. 127 
county. Maine, set oif from Yorlc. 3- 
43>/; incorporated. G. 43; inea- 
tioned. 3. 22.'>; 4. 7-; 5. xxi, xxv 
xxvi; 7. 2:;3; 9. .sO. 
county, I'a., i. ."lOO. 
medical association. 8. 420. 
railroad company, 5. 372. 
re;,dNtrv of deeds, r. U'04/i. 
the, 5.34. 
Cuming, Tliomas. 3. 110; in the gar- 
rison at Black Point, i. 1^27/;. 
Cummini^s. tlie Kev. Aliraha.m, i^reacli- 
ed in Uatli, 2.221; mentioned. 4- 
30.">. 
the liev. Henrv, of Billerien, 4.31-'- 

Dr. . 5. 144'! 

, of Saco, 3. 120. 

gore, 4. 303; iucorporatcd, 4. 338. 



INDEX TO COLLECTJOXS. 



69 



rii!nst<>o1c, Lictit. , I. rtOlo. 

Cijiio.inpot. Captain, his niark, 4. lo"); 

^avo t!c*.T skins as a ]nesont. 4. 

loo; nienliuiu'il. 4. 12:1. Il'T, 1i'-«, 

i;;0, ICS, i:;7. U(i, 111'. 
Ciiniiatcoouett. sold laii'I to (k'u. Mun- 

jny. I. .1:".>. 
r ;;r,nini:lian), Allen, 8. 47G. 
I'.arnalias, 7. DM. 
!;>.laTV, I. ")0:'.. oOS, .".OO. 

— , 6. L'l;. 

(tiiinin.Lrliani's island. 9. ];^>o. 
< IK'.;. M-, liis etudes philolo!:;iqnes 
ritc'd, 9. 273, 274. 27"j, 277, 27S, 
2<2, 2'.Mi. 
i'niinLT and packin;j: llsli for the for- 

eii^n niaiket, 3. ;]17- 
funu'v, a spoUin^' of ("(irney, i. oO>!. 
'.'urrenev. the Lydiaus liist ailopted 
metallic, 6. J47; value of iiajjei-. 
3. 201. 2()1». 
• unents, abundant in Maine, 3. s;7- 

Currier, Capt. , of Enlielu. 4. 2;V), 

•JM. 
Ciutis. Euniee, daughter of Joseph, 
married Kiehard ( utts. 3. 21;/. 
J-'se])li, married Sarah Ft)x\\^dl, 3. 
21;;; lived at Kittery, 3. 21, <; : 
daughter of, 3. 21ii. | 

Tlmmas, signed jietitinn to Charles ■ 
)i. I. 402; amount of hind granted 
to. 9. 37S. ^ i 

William. 3. 179.- j 

' ureo. 4. P,iY,), 332. 333. 
' urwin. George, 5. 241. | 

•h, letter on Xe\v England alTairs. i. I 
3(-S-3'.iO. ^' i 

Cuslieiioc. head of navi!:fation on tli" 1 
Kennebec, 7. lO-^; 8. 235: site of ' 
tlie Plymouth trading house. 8. 
2ti3; Gov. Shirley at, 8 22'.»; road 
built to Fort Halifax. 235; men- ! 
tioned, 7. ItJ',). 174. 17o, 177, 17S, ' 
104, lie. lOS: 8. 217. 21!i. 220. 220//. ' 
22s, 237, 240, 244/(, 20G, 20'.t, 270, 
2S2». 341. I 

<ii-^henoe falls, 8.204*/: .see Cushnec. 1 
''u.shing, Idoek-house at. 4. 110, 32'J; 5. 
3''.7//: 7. 327, 334. j 

''■deb, 8. 428. 

<'en. Charles, 2. 214: taken prisoner ' 

by Jolin Jones, 4. 43, 4."j. I 

Charles, son of Jiid^e William, 4. \ 

I'J: 6. 47/i; biographical notice of, 

6. 47/(: sherilY, 6. 40; taken pu:,- ' 

oner, 6. 40. I 

Ciiristo])lier, 2. 210. | 

i-'i-'klel, sold Jiang's island, i. l.'jO;/; I 

to i Til press men i)) to carrying stores 1 

to Fort Halifax, 7. l<j, IsO. ] 

^■•iidly, 4. TS. I 

•'<'hn, .son of William, biographical i 

notice of, 6. 40/(-47//. 
the I.'cv. Jonathan. 4. 20.'. ' 

'tolaud, early lawyer ui Maine, 4. 10; 



engaged to Jane Lithgov.-, 5. 418: 
birth of. 6. 47;/: irra/iuated from 
coll(>ge. 6. 47: setth'd in I'itt.-b,.- 
rouuh, an. I \\'aldoboiough, 6. 47 ; 
death of. 6. 47. 
Thomas. 2. 218. 

Judge ^Vi^iaTn. graduated from 
Harvard College. 6. 44 : st'illed at 
Pownalborough, 6. 44-4."); held 
county odices, 6. -i'l: associate 
justice. 6. 4."), 40: moved to Seit- 
uate, 6. 4."): judge of the supreme 
court, 6. 4."), 40; death of, 6. 45; 
I personal appearance. 6. 40; men- 

j tioned, 2. 204 ; 4. 10: 5. 418. 

I Col. , 8. 228, 200, 200,. 

i Cushman, Da/.aleel. teacher at IIebrt»n 
j Acaih'iny. 6.371; 8. 100: at Port- 

land Academy. 8. 105. 100. 413; at 
Prighton Academy. 8. 173. 
i tlie Jlev. David. 6. 300: ancient set- 
I tlement of Sheepscot. 4. 207-228; 

I Weymoutirs voyau'e. 6. 307-31S- 

[ the Kev. D.iviil Q.'g.'HO: biography 
of Cvrus Eaton, 7. 4>7-405." 
G. G.. 8. 75. 
Isaiah, 4. 300. 
Jolj. 2. 115. 
Jona.. 4. 3o4. 
Joshua. 4. 7. 350: 7. 300. 
Ka]]iii, teacher in Pelfasl Academy, 
8. 172. 
C'ushnoc, now Augusta, 2. 275; 4. ]05; 
the limit of the Plymouth claims. 
2.275: proijrietor's house built at. 
2. 282; mentioned. 4. 112. 113; see 
Cushenoc. 
Cussin, John, his testimony concern- 
ing PobiUT Xash, i. 3S2. 
Custego. 4. 104. 

Custom-house, a. never established by 
parliament in Xcav England, 9. 
40, 54. 
Cutery, (roodwife, 5. 05. 

Cutler, Major , 340. 

Cutt family, the. one of prominence, 
8.205; the name now called Cutts, 
8. 205. 
Cutter, the Pev. Ainmi P.. called to 
preach in \ortli Yarmouth, 2. 
184. 18(5: liiographical notice of, 
2. 180-187. 

Capt. , 4. 1.50. 

Dr. , 7. 235. 

tlie Pev. . of Warren, 7. 402. 

Cutting, Jonas, 8. 45:], 400. 
Cutts. Bridget, married the Pev. Wil- 
liam Screven. 7. 22",. 
Jolin, g. :'.'■,:'.; cauie from AVells. 8. 
204; settled at Portsmouth. 8. 2'.<5; 
appointed president, 8. 205. 
Mar^Mret, daughter of Pichaid. 8. 
204: mairii'ii William \'aiighan, 
8. 205 
Cutfs mills, 4. 2^1n. 



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Cutt>. Iiic-hanl, appointotl Justice of 
the Poaro. i. 177; livuil at Kittcry, 

1. 177; 3- ^'lic S. -".i.">; nuii^isirato. 

2. Oo((; iiiairicd Kuuiro (."virtis. 3. 
21)i; fliildron I't". 3. L'l/C a i.-ivditi'i- 
of TIti'inas \A"aiin(>rIi)ii, 5. '_'•_'•"): 
canK' iv>'U\ \\.iUs. 8. •.".M; a ^\i\]< 

' ■ bnihk'V. 8. :.".>'>: i-n^aufd in tishiuL;', 

8. 'J'.M; movod to I'Ditsnioiuh, 8. 
2'X>: imntioii.'d. 6. ",4:'.; 7. ■2-2-]. liiU : 

9. a.:). , 
Tlioinas, 4. 2i^."i. I 
Major. . 8. ili.-). ! 

Cuvicr. Baron Goorge C. L. I)., 6. 411. : 
4-Jlt. I 

Cydavacl, 7. oSO. I 

• C , George, signed the petition to : 

Bradstreet, i. 2So. 

Dabadis, Joseph. Ids bark arid bor 
c^rgo stolen, 7. stj; claimed dam- ' 
ages. 7. Ml; his story, 7. Stj->S; , 
probaljly the same as Itobardee, 
7. 92; a younger Ivn.ther id' An- 
selm de St. (.'a>Uue. 7. '.'_'; di>a]j- 
peared from Iii^tory, 7. '.'2; men- 
tioned. 7. 7">. i 
Daebe. ft^' Daeve. I 
Daeve, Thomas, land granted to. i. 
251; nothing else known of him, 
I. 252/1. 
Dagget, Capt. Peter, of Xoith Vine- ! 
yard. 4. '■]) 1. '-U-'. :)'.>{>. ' 
Capt. Samuel, of North A'inevard. 
4. 311.:^;< 
Dale. Sir Thomas. 7. 2'-;: 8. ;>2t». 

William, swoie fealry to the Duke 
of York. 4. :.'■_']. 
Dallar, John. sr.. 4. 2S1. 

Jolm, jr., 4. L'sl. 
Dalling, John, leaded iMonhgan. 8. 1>'^. 
Dalton, the liev. Timothy, preached 
at Hampton, i. :j44.'^. 

Mrs. . of \\'!,casset. 4. :iZl. 

Damalier, Fatlier. . mauuscrijd 

cited, 6. 212/(, 215;(: 9. 2';2. 
Damares (Jove island. 5. 'S-iln; see 

Damaris Cove island. 
Daniarine, sf>ld land to .fohn Parker. 

2. I'c'O; .-i^t alx) Pobiiiliood, 
Damariscotta. derivation ui, 4. lo.". 
1S9; settlement destroyed, 4. i'i':J; 
land records destroyed in Boston, 
4. 228: sold land to C'liristo]dier 
Ta]i]>an. 4. 'S.'yJ.\ Ihhuc of liolicrt 
Scott, 4. L';'.L': formerly Ma<lamas- 
contee, 4. ."mI'; as a seaport. 5. 
.■joi: sett-lud Ijy people from Ire- 
land, 6. 2-J: the Pev. Jacob iiniley 
preached at. 5. l.ni: oy<ter sin-il 
deposit at. 5. .■;i5-.,;5I; 7. .";i.il: 
Arthur XoM.' move! to, 8. 152; 
Col. ^'au;,filall■s !'.-tal)Ii>hnii-iir at, 
8. 2!J!t-:joo; ;/:irrison at. 8. •_".''.!; 
mentioned, 4. 210, 211, s-jl, .J:.''J, 
330; 5. I6i/i, •■:!2'J, ;J:."J, :j;js; 7. i.:7, 



otia: 8. ir.C, 1S5, 2!'>1, 2'.>8. COf). Z^'''(^. 
oo'.l, :J10, .111; 9. I.');]; ,v(..„. l);tinaii>. 
cove. 
Fnsli Falls. 8. bVi. 
nulls. 2. L'T'.'; 9. \'.\~. 
])ond, 8. I5l'. I'ln'.. l".)7. -"^m. 
river, houjidary of lirant to Alil- 
wortli and F.lhridge. i. ;;7 Si!- 
vanus Davis juirchasod lai;d ::i. i. 
2.":;: TlioiiKis Cent idaiuicd l.-nd 
a1, 2. 2:;5: Isaac 'iaylor clainud 
land at, 2. liO'l; 4. lioO; >;)v:iiui.- 
Davis' land claim at. 4. iMo; t 
boundary of New D.iri jnoutli. 5. 
t>.5-9G; tile redoubt at (■o::-idcve<l 
useless. 5. ;V.'5: mcidioind. 2. -iw*; 
4. 105; 5. ;;;;o; 6. .-Ji;;. .-UT. .■.4'.'. :;til : 
7. b-J2: 8. 2'."J. 2'.i7; 9. l-M. 151. 
Daniarisr.ivi. . tlie iidiabitaiiTs oi' ww- 
Thouia> i^lhridge, i. Z~ ; d.ostroyed. 
4. 2"_'M; headquarters for t-arly 
ship]ung, 9. pjO; mentioned. 5. 
172, 2."j'.i, 241; see also Damaris- 
cotta. 
island, probably visited liy P(>p- 

luim's colonists, 3. L";'4/;; il;rluii.Hl 

in Pema'pud. 5. ISI; 7. ;;2o: meii- 
tiontd. 3. i".i'.i;/; 4. PC;; 5. :i;;T;;. 
:-;]4, inc. 

Dambreirs cove. 8. lUO. 

DameriU's cove, home of John Parker, 
I. oSi: early lisliing af. 5. l.'^;;; tax 
of lii74. 5. 250; mentioned. 3. I'j-. 

Damrost/ — Co^-iu river, 3. -'i^io. 

Dam's :Mills, Freewill Bapti-ts at. i. 

Dan I. B.. 8. 2o5)(. 

the Kev. Daniel. marriiMi S-iIly Y.\n- 
cry, 4. 2>-'.i/( ; ]>reached at Newbui y- 
lidrt. 6. 170. 
Josepli. 4. 7. 

the lion. Judali. Ci>-oi)erate mem- 
ber of the Maine Ilistoriei-i S,r i- 
! ety, I. II; married the wiilov/ of 

Gen. McMillan, 4.27c/(; mentioind, 
4. 27'.'i/(. L'^.'bi, 
i J. \V., I. \2^a. 
mchard. 4. lb). 
Samuel. 7. M50. .■157. 

Judge . 5. XXXV, xiii. 

Dand, John. 7. 14t'i/(. 
Dane. Jemima, F., mother of the IF'Ij- 
J(jsei)h, 6. .■]i.;4; deatli i>f. 6. .;•;!. 
John, l.-<t, settled at Ipswich. 6. ■]<)-. 
John. 2.1. father of the Il-.n. Jos;'p>i, 

6. ■.■.<;\: deatli of, 6. :>;4. 
tlie lion. Joseph, co-operate mem- 
ber of tile Maine lIi^^tori^ al Soci- 
ety, I. 11: his ance.'^try. 6. '.W, 
birtli, 6.:;(;4; t^raduatcd from ILh- 
vani. o. ;;ti4: admilled to Viie bav. 
6. ;;'i4; (jpened an oJiicc at b'en.'ic- 
bunk. 6. :;'J4 ; retii-ed fie.-i; ;lie haf, 
6. o<;5; held {(uldic 'AW'::, u, •;':•'; 
married Mary Clark. 6, .;•'■: ch'i- 
I dren of, 6. Z'M; hi.% character and 



lXDi:X TO C0I.L1XT10X>;. 71 

tastes. 6. o(>5, r,.",0, ;';(;7: diod. 6. , iKiso]>li, si^iiod i]\c petition io 

3l>4, oO'.'): mentioned. G. 'X>'), o'.iO; ! fltailes ii, i. 4(il'; lived at F;d- 

8. 301, o'.tL', ;»'.i:5. ;-;'.'T. ;'i".\ moutli. I. :;•_'(>. 

Josepli, son of the lli>n. Joseph. 5. Mrs. , ot Mount Vernon. 4. l;oO, 

o<k>. '■>)(]. 

Nathan, sou of the lion. Joseph. 6. IXtnuhe, the. 4. 10. 

300». DanwTs. the i{ev. George Burronirlis 

Natlian. of lleverly, 6. ^lO-l : 7. 11>; 8. preaehed in, i. Lt'.-j; fr.iintrlv .^a- 

I'tVsj,, :;-l2, ;;itl. > h-m. i. l'('c': 4. i:;.': Arnold a:, i, 

riiiletnon, one of tlif jnojirietors of ^^O'J: nientioni'd. 8. :>',». 

IJnxton, 2. l;js: iivi-d at Ip^wii-li, r»Hi rds. cited, i. :]'>-2. 

4. '2-l2ii: as>i«:nee oi Xarra;4ansett Danville. 2. 1")T, J">'.'. Ml, 111.1. 

Townsliip Xo. I, 4. i'4-J;(. i D'Anville. M., niaji hy. 8. \K'>. 

\V)]liain. sinned petition of 1072. to 1 Dare. John, signed the petition to 

Mass., 5. --'40. I Ma.s.s.. 5. -J-ll. 

. of \Velis. 5. xlii. , Dareiit-farol river, g. -Jl'T. 

Danford. J(din. lived in Xe-.vbury, i. DarlinLT, James, married Mary Lewis, 

oL'o; inarried Doreas White, i. i. I'Ul. ' * 

323. : Darnley, Henry, Lord. 6. 14t))). 

Nathaniel, lived at Xewbiiry. 1.323; Darraeott. (ieoi-ire. 3. 2<i'.'>, L'GT, 2'3S. 

marrieil Mary White, i. ;;l'3. Darseijunnt. 4. 12:1, Ii:S. 

Danforth, Thomas, dispust d of land Dartford, 9. 2'.i7, 2'.i7;(. 

belonginLT to llartletr. i. lltWi. 1 17: ereek, g. L".t7. 

deed to E<lmund White, i. 14ii; deanery of. 9. 2ns. 

granted Little (heheai:- toSilvanus Dartmouth, Eiiu'land. Weymouth at, 

Davis, I. 14."i-147. -•">3: president 3. 2SS; the Xaeheen sailed from, 

of tlie provinee of Maine, i. 147», , 7. 321; mentioned. 5. 324. 

2-10, 31(i; 2. ().■)<): 3. 12'.': received Maine. 2. 23."); former name <if Xew 

a grant of Great Chebeag. i. 147- Gastle 2. 23:i; sannj as .Sheep.-5eot, 

14S; conlirmed the title ui James , 2. 232. 

Andrews to Baims island, i. 140; ( Mass., 4. 270. 

confirmed Mrs. 2>Iuujoy's title to C(,>llei;e, Charles CoHin to enter, 4. 
House island, i. l"il, 2sn-2S] ; ' 293; attempt made to call it an 
sent to Maine as an auent. i. 17('>. uinversity, 5. xlviii : Francis Brown 
2.')4; to resettle the towns, i. I'OiJ; president of. 7. ■'■~-J: Dr. X. Loid 
appointed Gemiall to rei;idate liie ' president of. 8. Iii3; 7;-(/.7r;,'. .-; 
settlement of X'ortli Yarmouth, i. ; fi-vm. W. Barrows, jr.. 8. 10'.': Ed- 
231; constituted as governor, i. ! muml Eastman. 1. 3i.'S; X'. W. Eul- 
240; held courts at Falmiuith and ler, 6. 71; Sanford Kin'_;sliury. 6. 
Fort Loyal, i. L'42. i'4-"); hi.- ulijcet 0.-^; Benjamin Orr. 6. .")7: Xati::i!i- 
in granting lands, i. ■_'4."i: a]>pro]iri- iel Perley. 6. tV.': E. W. IMpky. 6. 
ated land owned by Mary Muujoy, (JO/i; Ether Shepley. 8. 413: (ico 
1. 254; coiitivmed landholder's F. Shepley. 8. 420; Xathaniel 
• titles I. 271, I'T-J: exhorted the 1. Wells. 1.340; Benjamin White, i . 
people to live at })ea':e. i.2>4: re- 340; Samuel Wild. 6. (U); men- 
stored to his government, i. :.'02; i tioned. 4. 20."). 3:;ij; 5. xli. xlvii. 
gaveinstructions toMajorChureh, \ xlix. lv;i, hi : 6. ('d.4lJ; 7.4I0; 8. 
I. 292-203; granted land to Joseph i 103, 4.")0. 4S:;. 
Ingersoll. 1.311: uranted laud to the Earl of, 7. 210. 
Daniel Ingersoll. i. :;il ; John the. 5. 143. 

Parrot settled under. i.314: deed Dary. Edward, signed the petition to 

to trustees of Falnniutli, i. h'>A- Mass., 5. 241. 

55.5; ineorjioraterl Xortli Yar- D'Aidnay. Charles de Menoii — Chairu- 
mouth, 2. 171-17:.': executed a ; say, Signeur, captured the Ply- 
deed to X'orth Yarmoutli. 2. 173; ! mouth fort, 5. 215; claimed the 
enijiowered to conlirm titles, 3. territory as far as Pemai|uid, 5. 
120, appointed trustees for .Sear- j 215; in'ofessed friendshi]i tuwards 
boioiigh. 3. 120-l:;n: deed to.Sear- ; Mass. Bay Colony. 5. 21-"-L'l'i; 
borough. 3. 2.;2-234; mentioned, ; 2]f)»: visited Pemaquid, 5. :.'L'o: a 
I. 2i5n, 240, i'55. 25.S; 8. 220, 1'27 ; i delator to Shurt. 5. -i^O; Inok jx..-- 
Q. 20. Session of tlie Plymouth (.'olony"s 
Daniels. Arthur, sigm-d the petition country, 6. lo'.i-iui; built a foit, 
to CJliarles 11. i. 40-'. 6. 110; made Ptn'.b-cot his rs-^i- 
Erandcet. s<.>ld hmd to Tliomas .Ste- ] deuce, 6. lio, \\\; (juarridcd v.'.il! 
vens, 3. 315. | La T(^ur, 6. 110; ci-iiuuered by !!:•.: 
Jeronikin, sold land to Thoina.s and \ EnglisJi, 6. 110; I'-ok ]....-ses-;(,in 
Y'ork, 3. 315. ' of Pcnlagfjct., 7. 33; ar'.icuiation 



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D'Aulnny. C'liavlcs lU- >ronon--C(i!uM. 
vitii WillL't. 7.;',:;-:U; ohoato'l tlio 
colonists, 7. o4; onlip^'oil the tort, 
7. -u; nu'iitioiuil. 5. I'o;', ;;o4; 6. 
^^y^: 7. :Vj: 8. r.-'.o; 9. ii:j. 
Joaniie Motin. 7. ",'>. 
D'Aul;i:iv"s f.ur. W-.iint'iton killed 

at tJ,o ;iirai k ot, i. TT/i., 
Dauj'l'in cour.ry. I'a., i. .".r,\ ■..']1. 

jail, I. ■")i.'-). 
Davt'is. the IIoii, ("hailts S., pontiih- 
utoil artiolo on Gov. Linidhi. i. 
408; (leliveiod au oration at Fiye- 
huYiX. I. -iU'.t; mentioned, 5 2'JL'n; 
6. 4:;:l. 
Daveai>iirt, Abnor. 7. 2'^.'). 
Aduiniiton. 3. 411. 4:]^, 444. 
Benjaniin, 7. "J"^"). 

Elunezer, .-^iuned the petition to 
Gov. Biadsrreet. i.2>^:\/: ninnied 
Dorcas Andrews, i. :lo.->. ;>i'i; a 
son of Tl'.i'inas. r. :;i)."i,,; d:ite of 
birth, I. ;;o");.. ; d.ite of death, i. 
SOO/i ; children 01', 1. '■Vi'mi: nKued 
to Falmouth, i. -Si'--: livt-d <>n the 
Presnmiiscdt riv^r, i. :!0S: mined 
to Dorchester, i. 3<i'."; at New 
Casco. 1. oi'O. 
Hepzibah, dar.irliter of Eb?nezer, 

married Thomas Cox. i.;]i)twi. 
Isaac, 8. 177. 
Marv, manied Charles Coffin. 4. 

■24'.)n. 
Capt. Xatlnniel. 2. 10:]. 
Tabitha. daauhtt-r ni El>enezer. i, 
.■•;0:'./': married Jidm ( i>x. i. .■J"iwi. 
Thankful. daii'_:liter of Ebenezer, 

married Cox. i. '.jOiju. 

Thomas, lived in Doreiiester. i. oO-J;*; 
father of Ebenezer. i. '-iOon. 
Daventry. 7. G"^l'. 
Davers, .Sir Charles, executed for hi;^h 

treason. 2. 71a. 
Dave.fS. .v . Da\is. 
David, the. 7. oi'O. 

Dii\ids<>ii, Major James, married Marv 
Lith'^ov.-. 5. 4 is. 4l'0: 8. L";7; his 
narrative cited. 5. :>~iii. 
Davie, Alice, inarried Jacob Clarke. 
2. 'S.\'). i':]7. 
Gcorire. 2. 2o7; lived at Wiscas=;e*; 
point. 2. :j;;.j; hiud grant at Sheep- 
scot, 2. ^Io-"j. 
Humphrey, 5. 241, 249. 
Thomas, i. 2.")2/(. 

William, his dau;.;hter married Jacob 
Clarke. 2. 2-;7. 
Da vies James. 3. On]. :;n?,. 

iJobert, f<- e Davis. Ca]<t. Robert. 

, fiiend of Paul (.(^liin. 4. l'73. 

Da Vila, Tadiila. 2. '.». 

Diivis. Alice, married Jacob Clarke. 2. 

Lieut Ambrr>-;e. i. L'r-tj. 
Benjamin, of Eairtield. 4. 010. .^l.*,. 
Mrs. JJenjaiuiu, of Furmington, 4. 
342. 



Daniil. of Portland, 5. xxiv. xxv, 
xxvi. xxxiv. xxxv, xxxix: 7. li'. 2u. 

Edmund. 2. IS".'. 

the Hon. Geor.L^e T.. birth of. 8.44!; 
frraduated from Harvard (. >d!cL:e. 
8. -141: stu<lied law, 8.441: ju-ic- 
ti.^cd at Greentield. 8. 441; v.wt 
Mari^ari't Fuller. 8.441; direoti.ni 
and dcvilopment of his i haracter 
8. 441-412. 440: cstablislud a 
nev.s|ia].cr. 8.442-410; in the -en- 
eral court, 8.440; in Comrnss. 8. 
440-44 4: returned to his 1, -al 
business. 8. 444; married Miss 
Kussell, 8.444: made convci.-aiiou 
au art. 8. 44-". 44<;-447: his >ocial 
gifts. 8. 445; Bowles estimate of. 

8. 44."i-44(i, 448; moved to I'ort- 
lan<l. 8.400, 44i): his inlium.-e. 8. 
44.'.-44t): died, 8. 444: num-ir by 
the Hon. GeorL,a' F.Talbot. 8. 4:;.v- 
44-. 

Isa.".c. probably lived near the Ca]>- 
isic. I. 201); his children 1. 2ot). 
Oo'.i; lived near the Fore river, i. 
210; land granted to. i. 242: at 
Stroudwater, i. ;000, 020. 

Isaac P.. 3. 246. 

Jacob, son of Lawrence, i. OoO; 
lived at Pur]ioo,hiek. i. Oi'O. 020. 
James, son uf l.-aac. lived at. Ips- 
wich, I. 001). 

JaTues, father of Davistown. 4. 023. 

Capt. James, of the Mary and John. 
7.002: sent to England witli dis- 
patches, 7. 000; returned with 
supplies. 7. .307. 

Cai)t. John, deputy president, i. 
207. 0>1; son of Isaac. i.Oo'.t: lived 
in Gloucester. i.Ooii; accusedi of 
adultery, i. 072; elected military 
otiicer of York, 1.070; a A\it.'iess 
airainst Sarah Morgan, :. Mo; 
signed thejietition to Cromwell, i. 
oO.o; si^-^ned petition to Charles, 
II. I. 402; witn<-ssed siLrnatcie of 
deed to trustees of Falmouth, i. 
55"). 

the Hon. John, 8. 71. 

Sir J<din, executed forhi;;h treason, 
2. 71a. 

John, an enemy of Gen. Chandler, 

9. 204. 

John, of Buxton. 4. 044. 

John, of .Scarborouirh. 3. 77. 

John, of .'<heei)scot. 2. l.'05. 

Judu'L' John, hi-, e(litiou<'»f Morton's 
Memorial cited, i. I'OO; 2. llr. 42a, 
57a/( ; 5. ls:]n. 

Josiah, killed. 4. 2s7. 

Lawrence, lived at F.dmouth. 1. 155, 
I^0;(. 210, 0o9; J. resented for rail- 
ing and swearing, i. J71 : lived 
near Lonir Creek, i. 2'H); lived in 
Ipswi(di, I. 009: moved to pur- 
pooduck, I. OCJ, 020; children of, 



ITsDKX TO COLI-KCTlONr 



73 



noo. olO: sic;ncd the petition to 

Cliarlos II. I. 40-J. 
Marv. 2. ■-'•■;•>. 
Mi-!vy XuMr, 4. ■^\:>. 
Natli:inii 1. an taily si'tlltr at Sandy 

I.'ivL'i'. 4. ;>7. 
Kltk'i" Xoln-niiah. st'ttldl at ShoPii- 

sr.^t. 7. -^-^-i. -J-::. 

Nicholas, of \ork. liis L;ran'l(ia\iLrli- 
ivT iiiarric'i .lolm I'.i.ya!, i. l^'.'ii: 
sI'jikhI jiL'tition 10 C'roinwfll. i. 
:;'•'•'); .si;:,ned i>otil;un to Mass.. 9. 
:M. 

Olive. 2. L'.>j. 

Kaclii'l. (laugh tor (if I,awreiice. i. 
:J'i'.t. ;]10; inairivd tir.-t Kohevt 

llainos. second to . Wedico- 

wdod, I. 300. 310. I 

1>m1k rt, in;iiTi(.d Jane Aivliows. i. 

(apt. Kobert, iiilof of Po])hain"s 
SL'cond expedition. 3. i'i'-'>: exam- 
ined the coast. 3. i".';;-2;t4, 2'.'4/j : 5. 
l.")S: sent to Knuland witii letter, 
3.3"!^: 5. l-"^/-: return"d to Sai:'- 
adah'^e. 3. .";o-: prt-(_'Hted rone to 
Cecil, 5. 14">: called ."^^erLieant 
MarNhall, 5. 1.")Sh: 7. 302. " i 

Roo-er, signed the petition to Charles 
II. I. 402. j 

Capt. IJichard. 3. 301. I 

Sarah, taken pi'isouer at Falmouth, | 
I. 3oj. ! 

Samuel, son of I.-aac, lived at '< 
(Jloueester. i. 300. 

Silvauns, received urant of Lirtle 
Chebeau', i. 147: nv.. undid at Ar- 
rowsic island. i.2l'4: 2. li'L'-l'.-.i: 
purcha.sed land of (Wdney. i. 242,(. : 
24*3; land grant to. 1.244. 247: his ' 
waifhouse the largest in Z^Iaine. 1 
I. 247, 270: ]iurchasi'd land of | 
. Xathaniel .Mittou. i. 24>r an entcr- 
lirisina man. i. 2."j0. 2."<3, 2o4. 2'^"); ' 
I'etiticned for grants aiid privi- ' 
leges. I. 20(V-2.")1, i'."i3-L'.')4: pi^titj'iu ; 
partially granted, i. 2-11: o'ranted ; 
land at Capisic, i. 2^l': land - 
granted at Xonsuch Point, i. 2-"-l': ; 
his daughters legatees <.f IiiltIo. ' 
i.'J'yJn; i)urehased land at Dam- i 
ariscotta, i. 253: lived near the 
Kennebec, i. i.');>; jprchised In- 
gersoll's sawmill, i.2.'):;: eseai)ed 
from the Indians. i.-2'>'\: in com- ; 
iiiand at Arrowsic. i.i'."-;; estalj- 
lished at Falmoutli. z. -j'l]: laTxl 
granted to liy Danfcid. i. ■^:.:\: h;.'i 
a sawmill at Casco. i. l''.'.'. _'-•>. 
311, 317; trr;.>tee f>>r Falmouth, i. 
i'71, ."j-'j."}; advised the peniih.- to 
comply with the edicts of An- 
dr-is.-,. I. 274. 275 : his letter to 
John West. i. :!i75: L'^ranreii a feriy 
privih-gf, I. ;;7S; liii-ii-..-.l to .-M.-ll 

li<luor, I. i;7l'; iinpopulur. 1.2?;;, , 



2s;:';-2'^l: land already owned I>y 
Lawrence granted to, i. 2S(i; ac- 
cused of running away from the 
Kennebec. i.2s(i: ]u-ocured a war- 
rant for the arrest of Lawrence, 
I.2SO-2S1; basis of his claims, i. 
28i>-2>] : his lands eonlirmiii, i. 
2f^2; C(unmissioncr f(U' Andr".->, 
I. 2.S2: in favor at court, i. 2^2: 
conijiarcd t.i.lehu. I. •_'>.■;: iieiiim!! 
of Falnuuith auainst, i. 2^3-"_'s4; 
his reply, i. 2S4: suppliid Fort 
Loyal. I. 1S4/). 2',>2: answered by 
I^awrenee. i.2s-'i: his strong party 
foUowinir. I. 2S."); autogra])h i>i. 

1. 2.^4: coiuiselor. i. 2s.'>. 3()0: 2. 
233; letter of citid. 2. 203/i; con- 
sulted with Major Church. 2. 20:1. 
200: li>t of hi.s" soldiers killed. 2. 
20.")//: in command at Falniouih, 

2. 20s : 5. 277, 2'.'."): 7. .".0; his ac- 
count of the capture of Fort Loyal. 

1. 30'>-3ol; 7. (Kt; taken as a 
l)ris()ner to Quebec. 1.301; 7. OO; 
returned, i. 30L 3O0; 9. 32; re- 
sided in r)0ston. i. 300; died. i. 
300 ; his projierty, widow and 
children, i. 3o'.i; the death of 
Lawrence setthd the disputed 
claims, i. 313; purchased V.'eb- 
ber"s sawmill, 1.317: lived on the 
X'eck. I. 3-!ii; court held at his 
house. I. 381: receipt from Ceo. 
Bramhal!. i. -ViO; a larire land 
holder. 2. 2;!3: claimed land at 
IJamariscotta river. 4. 230; j.ui'- 
chased land of '\Vitman. Jetirey 
and Cotta. 4. l'3'): signed the yo- 
tition to Mass., 5. 240: at Fort 
Loyal. 7. -JO; surrender of. 7. .".'.'- 
00;' lived at Arrowsic and Sagada- 
hoc. 9. 34; counselor of Sir Wil- 
liam Phii-ps. 9. 34.; mentioned, i. 
5.5(i; 2. 172. 210; 3. 130: his State- 
ments to the Council cited, i. 37(i; 

2. 23:]; 7. I'.O; 8. 1-."); 9. S, 23. 
Simon. 4. 3'>K 

Thomas, lo survey and set oiT the 
Plymouth Claims. 9.228; made a 
settl'inent f..r the state, 9. 2L".t- 
230, 2;;2; liis remuneration, 9. "^30, 
232. 
William, of Path. ?. 104. 
William, of Buxton. 4. 344. 
Zebulon. 2. 124. 

Cen. . 4. 10. 

Davi>on. Xicholas. purchased prop- 
erty at l^.•malluid. 5. 230; gave the 
same to his family. 5. 230. 
Davistuwn. fne.ndod by Jaun-s Dasis, 
4. 3i.'3; mentioned, 4. 3i'l, 322. 
;;23, ;;-7. 351. 
Davity. ■•<■■■ Davili. 
]>avv. Sir Hii::iolirev. 6. 411. 
Dav! Marv. 4. --1. 
M(,^e^. 4. :;-i. 



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Day's Academy Grnul. i. AC<C>. ] 

Dead rivi'v. ilosiMibotl, i. sr.i): C«d. i 
JMonlivssor at. i. Itil. l'.;'_'; Ar- i 
liold's li-tUT (latrd t'nmi. i.4('i!\ | 
470, 471. 47".. 471. I'.".".: .ixcii n> be ] 
sent to; i. 47-.47o; in Hiu'ksitoit, 
4. 10:'.: iiu'iitioiU'd. i. 47t''. 47".'. 4S0, 
4S1. .")u:), 5ur., 0O7, ."loO, .".11; 2. 10;; ; 
4. o40. 
Pcadw ati^T. 7. 1'^. 

Dean, Dr. Kzra, inaniLd .^aiali Collin, 
4. 2i\hi. 

Capt. . i.f Ilohron. 4. :'.<<. 

Dcaiu', Cliarles. his a.ssi.NtaiK'c ac- 

kiiowk'duxd. i..")44; lii,< odilion of 

Bradt'ortrs History cited, i, '.]9n. 

the Hon. .Tcdui G.. i. 410; 7. 4. oi', 

4.0, 4S, 7--'. 
the Kev. Saiiivicl. letter to William 
"Willis. 3. ti^/C dates of his ordin- 
ation and death, 5. Iv; mentioned, 
1. ;^>i'0;(; 4. 20, •ill:;; 5. lii. liii, \\n\ 
7.210, i'L'O. 478, 481; his Journal 
cited. 5. 4."iO)K 
Dearborn, i. .'jI-'.h. 
Benjamin. 7. ■284. 
family of. 4. 80. 

Gen. Henry, lived in Gardiner. 7. 
415; mentioned, i. ."lOO. .■.01. oi)ln, 
513, 514/<. .".20, .":i24. ."28. .">:]0; 4. 
300, 3.>j, 400; 9. 180, 184, iSj. 100, 
190. 
Gen. Henry A. S.. drew the atten- 
tion of the puhlie to tlie erection 
of a monument on Hunker Hill, 
3. 244-24*): mentioned. 3. 240, 247, 
248, 2.0 1, i'.".2. 2.".".: 8. 102. 
Jolin, 3. 204; 9. I>1-1>2. 
Dearinu, George, lived at iilack Point, 
I. os4: 3. 24, 74: his testimony 
concerning Eobert Xasli, i. .'i)s4; 
nothing known of him. 3. 24-2"); 
his %yidow nurriod Jonas Bailey, 
3. 74: mentioned. 3. ;1S/,. 
Mrs. George, married Jonas Bailev, 

3- T4. 
Kobert. pnrcliased land of Bobert 
Jordan, 3. 2u0; biographical no- 
tice of. 3. 200-210. 
Boger, (sen.), lived at Black P(jint, 
3.8:]; his house attacked, 3. l.')l; 
children taken i)risoners. 3. l.")l; 
site of his house, 3. 1")1; his wife 
killed, 3. l.")l; meetings lield at 
his house, 3. 1J8; mentioned, 3. 
lOG, 1S2. 
Boger, jr., 3. 80. S'^ii. 
Boger. S(,in of (.leorge. 3. 2'). 
'William, murdered his wife. 3. 182; 
comnutted suicide, 3. 1^2; a son 
of BogtT, 3. 182. 
Mrs. William, murdered. 3. bs2. 
see also Deering. 
Dc Bry, Tlieodore, his Ainericae Pai'.s 

Quarta cited, 2. 70</. 
De C'allieres, Loui.-, Hector, govorner 
of Canada, i. 404. 



Decemanbo. 3. 080. 
Decker's narrows, 9. 101. 
Declaration of Indeiiendonce, 6. 10; 7. 

102. 
De Coulon, Capt. ■ — — . led tlie French 
attack at ^Minas. 8. 10,i», 140; 
wounded, 8. 140. \-Uhi. 140,. 14.-,; 
simied tlu" cajiitulation. 142. 
Dedham. 2. M-".; 4. -JOis: 7. 421'. 
Deed of Gorge.^ t.. Cleevr< and Tucker. 
i.Ti.".; first convt.-y.iiH ing on Amer- 
ican soil, 5. 101-l'.i2. 1'.'.".; frnin 
(Gorges to I'sher. 2.2")7-20O; from 
Usher to the Mass. Bav Colonv. 
2. 201-204. 
poll of Plymouth Colnny. 9. 1 10. 120. 
Deerlield. Ma>s.. Indian conference 
held at. 4. 120; Indians at, 4. l.''iL'; 
destroyed. 6. 200; mentioned, 2. 
145: 4.' 100, 142. 202. 
X. H.. I. 040; 4. L'08-:i00. 
academy, 8. 17. 
Deeiing farm, part of the property of 
Xicliolas Mitton. 6. l;!l ; owned by 
Anthony r.rackett, 6. 102; men- 
tioned, I. 117, 122. 1'.'5: 6. 101. 
Mary, engaged to William Lithgow, 
jr., 5. 410, 422: married Com- 
modore Preble, 5. 410, 422; deaiii 
of, 5. 419a. 

, present owner of Bracket's 

farm, i. 210, 205, 20S. 
Deering's bridge, i. 1'.'5: 2. 102. 
Deer island i. 4t;ti: 4. lot. 

Wander, 4. 275. --,<:. 277. 200. 
Wander mea<low, in HoUis, 4. 270. 
270//. 
Dehamida, captured by Weymoutli. 
2. 21 : as a gidile for t)ie exjilorcrs. 
2. 21: given to I'oi.ham, 5. 002. 
De Laut, J., map of. 2. 17". 

De la Saussaye. ^ieiir . in coTii- 

mand of the second sliij. that 
brouglit colonists to America, i. 
420. 
Delavall, Thomas, 5. 10, 20. 
Delaware, in the Duke of York's pa- 
tent, 4. 222; 5. 0: passed undrr 
the Bnglish, 7. 154; n'.eutioned. 5- 
x.xxvii, 0. 
bay, 2. 7''."; 7. 27; 8. 21; 9. 040. 
county, 5. 102. 
I dialect, 4. :^75;/. 

! Indians, called the Lenni-Lanojic- 
and tlie Lenopc, 4. ".17, 115; coun- 
I tryoccui)ied i)y, 4. 114; gave name 

to many rivers, etc., 4. 114: 'nat 
' few left, 4. 114; tlieir pr.-.r' 

! home, 4. 114; nientioned, i.-Oi; 

; 6.217; 9. 27<;. 

I Lord, his arrival i)royentcd i!i'.' 
! colonists lea\ing \'ii'ginia, 3. -•"''• 

I river, i. 500; 7. 147; 8. 24. 
' Delesdeiider, George, 0. luO. 
I John, 6. ON. 

Lewis F., letter from Albert Gai- 



LN'DKX TO COLLF.rTIOX«:. 



to 



latin. 5. 97-103; montioneil, 6. Oo, ] 

Mr. , arrested Gallatin. 6. V'-j; 

rolu'.iu'(l to Nova Scotia. 6. l*^. 
Dcl'lsl.-. M.. 6. ■2-,<\. 
l)e I.onji river, i. '><^~i. 'A'>. 

Do 1 oiitrc. . 7. 1'.'-'. 

Do Mai.-«tre. Jost-pli. 8. 4SS. 
Doniilicr. .m c Danialier. 
DiMiiciratio party. 5. xxxvii. 

Do M«>rtii;ny. . 7. tJ4. 

Do Moms. .nVc Du Mt>nts. 

Domostboues. 6. 4oii. 

Donocovo. Josoi>li, a French neutral 

sent to Arundel. 3. 1T<><(; 6. .j4J. 
Denici'urt. 9. 104. 

Denisi.n. John. si<xned the treaty <>f 
1714. 6. 2.".S: .siM-ued tlic tn,.ry of 
1717. 5. '2&2; autograph ol, 6. 'Jo^, 
I'Oi'. 
Denjuark. i. .'lOO: cattle sent to from 
Ne\v Enyfland, 2. oOn. 
Maine, 4. ll'J. 
Denie. 

Lav.rence, siuned the petition of 
107:.'. to Mass., 5.-40: set Dennis 
and Denny. j 

Dcnne. the Kev. Samuel, g. .",oO,i. 
Dennes, James, lived on tlie Kenne- I 
hoc. 5. GO; attidavit of. 5. Go-fd. | 
Denninc". Henry. 4. 00. ] 

I'ownal. 4. '>'j. j 

Dennis. 4. ;J74. } 

Lawnnre. letter from Capt. Broek- 
holls. 5. G7-G8; siuned the petition 
to Mass., 5. 240: menri-'ned. 5. 
3:3. 30. 88, 127; si-e also Denie and 
Dennv. 
Robert.'s. 214. 

. of Sheepscot. 4. 320. 

Dennison. Gen. D.. letter to Richard 
Martin, i. 222--J23; sent with 
• troojis to Maine; 5. ■-'•07. 
Denny. Lawrence, Justice of the 
Peace. 5. 10-j. 113: m> utinned. 5. 
01, 03; «te also Denie and Den- 
nis. 
Samuel. 2. 20«. 221: moved to Ar- 
rowsic, 2. L'Ol; his character, 2. 
201. 
Major, 7. 1S2: 8. 2."j0. 
Denny>ville river. 4. 100. 
Denonville, Jacipies Uene de Brisay, 
Marijuis de, letters uf cited. 1. 
434; 7. ."j/i: not a satisfactory 
governor, 7. -'/J; mentioned, 7. 48, 
51, o.">, GG. G,S. 
Denser. Ann, dam^hter of Francis. 6. 
342. 
Charles, son of Francis. 6. 3 12. 
Dennis sou of Francis. 5. 3i-_'. 
Francis, a Froiu-h neiitral .-jent to 

York. 3. 17G//; 6. 34:.'. 
Fraiicis, jr.. 6. 34i'. 
John, son of Francis. C. 342. 
Joseph, sou of Francis, 6. 342. 



Mary, daujihter of Francis. 6. 342. 
Noon, son of Francis. 6. :U2. 
Feter. sou of Frain is. 6. :1 12. 
Donys. Jean, diew a map of the (inlf 
of St. Lawri'iice.'.s. 17>. 
M.. 9. 112. 

Dei>ositiou of rhi\ts, Mitt.m and 
others, i. 3>2-.;^4. 

De Kamzay. , i«l,ui to dislodue 

him. 8. 12i'; tli d l rmu Si-licuiicrto. 
8. 128, 130. i:;i. i:',!'. 13:;; ]),.p,.<l 
the Aoadians would desert the 
Entrlish, 8. 1:10; unable to march 
to Minas. 8. 1:10. 
Derby Academy. 7.407. 
line, tlie. 9. 218. 

Mrs. . of Bri-jhton. 7. -U^O. 

Dormer. Capt. Tlmmas. relieved sail- 
ors on the island of Mouheuan. i. 
32; letter to Gorges, 2. l'O. 31/(; 
Sent out by GoiL;e>. 2. :)i^: 5. IG-); 
7. 321; failed to met t ilocrott. 2. 
30-31; in Virginia. 2. ;;o. :;i : died 
2.31; the tirst Eni^lishman to tro 
through I.onu' Island .Souinl. 2. 
31/1 ; at Monheuan, 5. 103: ex- 
plored the ct)ast, 2. ir);)-104: re- 
turned to Monhegan and sailed 
for England. 2. 1G4; found the 
Didiaus treacherous, 2. lo."); made 
a ])rolitable voyage. 7. 321; fruits 
of his voyage. 7. 322; mentioned, 
I 2. 40. 

De F.oiiuemont, , captured by 

Kirk, 9. 102. 
r^erry. 6. .j, G. 
Deslines. — — , 7. 70. 7G/1. 
De St. Castine, sn- >i. Castine. 
I Desire, the, brought slaves to Boston, 
1 7.210. 

, Detroit. J. J. Henry at, i. r)03, O30; 

Cadillac iu 17t»l sent to take pos- 

j- session of, 6. 27'': expedition 

'' against, 17G0. 4. 27s?,: captured, 

4. 2-^2 : mentioned, 7. -:M. 

Deveus. Charles, married Martha 

Liihgow, 8. 288; children of, 8. 

2>'.s. 

Gen. Charles, son of Charles. 8. 

j 28-S; a distinuuislied v,,!dier, 

statesman and jurist. 8. ::^s 
I Richard, married Caroline Lirhc:ow, 
\ 5- -122. 

; Samuel, married Noble. 3. 1.j2; 

; children of 8. l.',2. 

! . married Mary Lithcow. 5.422. 

Devereaux, Humidirey. 5. x\:vii. 
De Vere case. the. 5. xlv. 
Devil, the Indian, called Abbnmocoke, 
3. I'G/t; Magalnmta. 4.37'.'; Majo 
Lando, 4. 107; f <' Satan. 

r)e Yilliere, .-icr De Coulon. Capt. . 

Capt. . 6. G4. G.->. 

Devil's Den, the, 6. 4oG. 

falls, visited by Moulrcssor, i. i'/J. 



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Devonshire. rn!jland. i. 9'>,). 'i)'y'2n: 2. 
11; 4. 0,1. ■2:',\\ '2o'.>/(: 5. xb/, 2idn; 

6. 4, 17!i: 7. -iiy.iiu 4ri'.». 

ilaiiit', luibert Driiko lioin iu. i. 
2;jG.<; CJf'O. Muiijiiy lioni in. i. 
2.'3S; Muiij(\v a coimnon iiinu' in, 
1. 2.")S; named, 5. '240", •J4'.^»(; 
Tlioinas Ganlner tioasurci- oi. 5. 
24'.t: court to be lieM in. 5. l'.'>o: 
settlements in desuoyeil. 5. l.'-'>;'. : 
l>(iotiibay tiie principal planratiijn 
iu, 6. 1")."): meniioued, 2. 4U((, 266, 
274; 5. 24:!: 6. (J. 
mines, 5. IT-l/i. 

Dexter, Franklin. 3. 240. 
Dr. . 6. 404. 40.'). 412. 

Dianie.nt. Jului, siuned the petition to 
Cromwell, i. oV-i. 

D" Iberville, Pierre Lemoine, in com- 
mand of the expedition ayainst 
Pemaquid. 5. 2"-'.'; 7. 0-): com- 
mnndcii L'Envieux. 7. tl-i: c:\]>- 
tured the Newport. 5. 2--0-2'.'O: 7. 
63; at Pentacroet, 7.(33; attacked 
Fort "William Henry, 5. 2','0-:j'.)l ; 

7. 64-(.i-">; surrender ot the tort. 7. 
Go; ](lanned an expedition ag^ain^t 
Boston. 7. 07. 

Dick, a Scotch-Irish name. 6. 19. 
Dickens' Academy, 8. .".73. 
Dickenson, the Hon. Daniel S., 8. 100. 

426. 
Dictionary of Coins cited. 6. llJ^n. 
Dieijpe, 2. 20: 5. 17S: 8. 3:!2. 320, 332. 
Dier, Jolni, 5. o7. 
.See Dyer. 

Digby, , chief shipwright, 3. 30S; 

y. 302. 31o. 

gut, 8. 12'J. 

Lord, 2. 33. 

neck, 8. 129. 

Dighton, 2. 145. 

IV. ck, 5. 223. 
Dike. John, 7. 371. 

Xancy, daughter of .John, married 
the Itev. John W. Elliugwo(jd. 7. 
371. 
Dihgence, the, fitted out at Halifax, 
2. 24G; surrendered to C^Urien, 2. 
24G; commissiijned by Mass., 2. 
247; commanded bv Lambert, 2. 
247. 
Dlllaway, Ai-thur, 3. ISO. 

James, 3. 170. 
Dil!in;:liani, George F.. 7.104. 

Dingley, Capf. , of Paymondton, 

4. 301, 3-.";. 3^1). 
Dinsmoif, Liijrih. g. 21."). 
Jame"-, 7. 3:^7— ■;2S. 
Gov. S;irnp.el. 6. ."</;. 
C'api. Tiiom;'.-^. 7. .y.'A. 

, of Carry tuuk. 4. 30S. 

Discoverer, tin-. 5. l.")2. 

Discovevies, cl)ii;f ioducirnentv fur c. 

173. 
Distillery, built at Ilallov.cll, 4. 40. 



Distribution of French neutrak, 3. 

170». 
District of Columbia, 8. 3.").'), 3.")o. 
Ditton. \\ illiam, married Sarah God- 
frey. 9. 2'.iO)i, ;)ol. 371. 
Divorce, i^rauted to William Xorman, 

I. 370. 
Dix, John Adams. 8. 4:;i'i. 
Dixon. Sergeant Poljcrt. killed, i. 

olO: first to fall at (.>uebec. i. ."jI'.'. 
William. 9. 3>>2: signed petition to 

Cromwell, 1. u'.)'j. 
Dixton, 4. 339. 

Doane. Cai-t. . 8. 137. 

Documentary History of Maine, cited, 

7. 304; of the United States, .see 

Force, Peter. 2. S(;. 
Documents relating to the colonial 

history of Xew York. 5. 17oy!. 

232;/. 24.s,(. 2."0/!. 2-j1/(. 2:)0/i, 272/!. 



Dodd, Klizii, juarried Jc.hn Rovall. i. 

2S0. 
John. ji'.. 4. oo- 
Doddridge, tiie P.cv. Philip, 4. 2.51: 

Four Sermons. 4. 330: Kisc and 

Protrress, 4. 3.j9; Ten Sermuns, 4. 

83(i.^ - 

Dodford. 3. xvi. 
Doe, the Hon. Cliarles. graduated from 

Berwick Academy. 8. 103. 
Dogs, strength and courage of, 3. 143; 

anecdote of one ami a liim, 3. 143; 

trained to act as spies. 7. 327; S'.e 

houmis, 8. 270//. 
Dole. Ebenezer. 7. 2?.">. 

Sarah, married Xathaniel Coffin, 4. 

241. 
Willi.im. lived at Sheepscot, 2. 233. 



Dollar. John. 



4. 2.^ 



Dollars Spanish, value of, 3. 201. 

Dollen, 5. 39; signed the petition to 
Mass., 5. 241." . 

Dolling, J'O.in. 5-33; a Justice of the 
I'eaee. 5. 103. 

Donaquek. 8. 3-30. 

Doneys, the, seized and sent to Fal- 
mouth, I. 2s>.S-2S9. 

Dongan. Gov. Thomas, extent of his 
jurisdiction. 2. 232; land granted 
by, 2. 235, 230; agent of the Duke 
of "i'ork. 4. 220; governor of Xev,- 
York, 4.224; 7. 47: governor of 
Sagadalioek, 4. 224: Pemacpiid's 
petition to. 5. 70-72. S]-.ss; h.ttor 
to the Council of Xew Ham'-shire, 
5.93-94; advised the annexation 
of Penu\quid to Postoii. 5. 205; 
quarreled A\ith Andros. 5. -.'m: 
squeezed the i/eo])ie of Pom.iMnid 
dry, 5.207; laiil claim to pari </i 
Acadia. 7. 47-4.S; accomj-anied by 
a Jesuit, 7. !■>: mentioned. 2. 23.'>, 
5. 59, .s'.), 91). 91. 9l'. '.1:1. '.i'>. lol. 
io2, in;;, 105, Ki^;, 107. los. 1,,;^. 
110, 11;;, 125. 129, L'07.(; 7.50; 8. 
167, IbU, 19l', 194. 



INDEX TO COLLECTIONS. 



Donnell, Capt. Bonjainin, 2. -JiVi. 

Henry, lesidcnt of Donncirs islan.!, 
I. 14*1;!; foniu'vly Incd at Yoik, 
1. 14.">(i, 14S. ■■)U'.'; purchast'd .lew- 
cirs isl\n>l, I. 14^; driv on from 
the island, i. 14S; m iniod a 
dausilitcr of Thomas RcadinLT, i- 
H'^. ;>'•': his nuiK- ixiwn to tlie 
Lshiad. I. U'^: lived at Casco bay, 
I. i';W)): oocuiiii;! Jowoirs island 
as a lishin-jc station, i. oOi». o2<.); 
Ids children, i. or.i-;)lO; si^-ned 
the petition to Cromwell, i. ;i'i'). 

Henry, jr., son of Henry, i. oUU; 
moved to York. i. oOi'. 

Jeffries, leased land to Sylvester 
Ganiiner, 2. 20;'). 

Xatlianiol. son of Samuel, i. ."10; 
death of. i. oli»; signed the peti- 
tion to Charles 11, i. 40'J; sued 
to obtain his land claims, 2. ^''-i; 
verdict in favor of. 2. 2u-"5; extent 
of his claims. 2. 204. 

Samuel, son of Henry, i. oOit; a 
counselor, i. oU'.': 9. '-'A. 40; died, 
I. OlO; father of N.iihauiel, i.olO. 

rs. JtlYries, 8. 21'.'/,. 
Doaneirs i-land. name given to Jew- 
ell's island, I. 14.jy*; origin of the 
name, i. 14.5. 

pond, 2. 220. 
Doors, a rarity. 4. "lo. 
Dorchester Antiquarian Society, 5. 

England, 3. SlG, 320;i, 350, 331; 5. 

1S2. 
hill. 3. 197. 

Mass., home of Kichard Callicot. i. 
1G3: home of Thomas Davenport, 
i.oOOn: home of Elienezer Daven- 
port, 1. 30l>; Gyles IJarue moved 
to, 3. S2; mentioned, i. 3*^2; 2. 
lio.M'j; 3.0-j/(; 4. ■272; 5. li, 4i.'3; 
8. 203. 

Dormer, sr^e Dernier. 

Dorr, . of Starks. 4. 307. 

Dorrel, John, grant to. 2. 47>i. 

Dorset, county of, i. 234n. 

Dorsetshire, i. 234;i. 

Dorumby, Max, sold land to Alexan- 
der Thwoit. 2. 2i.'-j. 

Dosquefs island. 8. 317. 

D'Os.soli, Countess of, 7. 40S. 

Donaquet. Cadillac's account of, 6. 
2■^o; same as Frenchman's bay, 6. 
2>0n. 

Doughty, Thomas, had a sawntill at 
Saco, I. 200. 

Doughnuts of the olden time, 9. 218- 
2! 9. 

Douglass, Sir Ho'.vard. 8. 44. 

the Kev. Nathan, i. 320rt. 

"William, originated tlie practice of 

abusing' Mather, 9. 2i>; his Briti>h 

settlements in North America 

cited. I. 32, -i'j; 2. 130, 140; 5. 



\lCui. \s-2n, 190)1, 207», 2.<2(); 6. 0. 
10, isi. 
Douset. Francis, a French neutral sent 

to York. 3. 170/i; srr Den^et. 
Dover i-liiYs. 3. 2'.'i;. 

England. 3. 01; 7. 137)(; 8. 12<; 9. 

•2i'7. 
Maine, home nf Capt. Itichard Wal- 
liron. 1. Uu. 212. 21.'). 2'.>:;: Simon 
a prisi".u-r at. i.21S: slanglit.T ;ir, 
i.2i'l; Major Waldron killed at, 
I. 201; home of tlie Yorks, i.3lS; 
the church of met in council at 
Wells. I. 34S; acknov.ledged the 
jurisdiction of Mass., i. 3^•J, 3m'>; 
destroyeil by Indians, 3. 1 :',.'»; 
owned by the Yauglians. 8. .".'.'4; 
John Merrick interested in. 8. -y-i: 
church built at. 8. 3'.i4-3'.i.'): be- 
came a shire tt)%Mi, 8. 300; men- 
tioned, I. I'l-'j, 10(5: 3. 4>!; 7. 4'il. 
X. H., liurdett resided at, i. S'.Oj; 
home of 'Edward Allen, i. :.'41; 
early home of George liramiiall, 
I. 301); formerly Cochecho. 2. 7'.''i; 
settlement commenced, 2. 7'.',j; 
mentioned, i. 333; 4. 2t'>-'J, 207, 
209; 5. xxiii, xxiv, 2.^0; 8. O-J, 10v>, 
298. 301. 
treaty of, 7. 130n. 
Down, county of, 6. 5. 
Downing, John. 4. 140, 103, lO.'i. lO);*.. 
Joshua, signed tiie petition to 

Charles n, i. 401. 
Lucv Winthrop, letier of cited, 9. 
317. 

, married Rebecca Trickcy, iite 

Rogers, I. 208. 
Downs, (xeorge, teacher iu Belfast 
Academy. 8. 172. 
the. 2. 34'/'; 9. 304. 
Drafton. Thomas, signed the petition 

to Charles 11, i, 402. 
Drake, Abraham. Itoin in England, i. 
j 230»; his children. i.23t)(i; aL^rce- 

I ment with Anthony Brackerr. i. 

235-230 ; lived at Hampton, i . •J3''',i. 
I Abraham, jr., son of Abraham, birth 
I and death of, i. 230/(. 

I Elizabeth, daughter of Abraham, i. 
j 230/i. 

I Sir Francis. 3. O."); 7. 29.'j; 9. 301. 
1 F. S., his Town of Roxbury cited, 
! 8. 204. 

Hannah, daughter of Abraham, i. 
i 230a. 

Jane, wife of Abraham, i. 230«. 
i Mary daughter of Abr.diam, i. LoOu. 
I Robert, born in Dev(jnsiiire, i.'S-,',/-; 
I at Exeter, i. 23';/t: died at Ilaiiip- 

j ton, I. 230/<; his son, i. 230/;. 

i Robert, 2d, sou of Abraham, 1.230/2. 
j Sarah, daughter of Abraliam. i.S.y'n. 
\ Samuel G., Ids Aboriginal Ra'-e-; of 
i NTorth America cited. 5. 144/.: liis 

; Life of Cotton Mather cited. 9. z- 



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MAINE IIISTOKICAL SOCIETY 



Drake. Snmuol O. — coutiinu'tl. 

0. o'>; Indian AVais cited. 3. ir/xi; 
7. (W(,fi7; Histi>ry of H.>ston cited, 
5. VX;n; 6. 14; 7. i:].;;,. M.'), 14.">/), 
14'ui; 9. ."JOS;; ; Tiaucdios of tlie 
'Wilderness cited, 3. -i.-Lj; 5. l'C..')/!. 
27i'/(. 

Susannah, dan<:;litei- of Altraham, 
mairied ^^Jithonv llrackett, i. "JoG, 

Thomas, oceui/ied Cla]»boai-d ishmd, 

1. 14C.. 

Draju'r. Nathaniel lived at Sheepseot, 

2. L';]:]; witnessed dceti from Ilob- 
inhood to Mason. 2. ::':J4; swc>re 
fealty to the Duke of York, 4. 
'2-2[; mentioned, 2. l':>"). 2otJ. 

"William, sii^iied petition of 1072, to 
Mass., 5.'-2iO. 
Dresden, formerly PieAnalhorontrh. i. 
502; 2. 27v»; 4. 4:j: 5. Ix; 6. 07; 
Arnold's troops ;a. i. ."iu2: gar- 
rison at, 2. r.t'.i; puhlie l)uildin<j; 
builr, 2. 27;'; set lied by Germans, 
2. 2S0; 4. V, Ix; called Eastern 
Kiver, 2. 2>2: land at fcranted to 
Dr. • Gardiner, 2. 2>2: settlement 
c<)mmeueed at. 2. ".'■:'2. 2S.">; land 
grants at for religious purposes, 2. 
29-^; visted by a Iloman Catholic 
priest, 3.270; Dr. Gardiner cleared 
a farm at. 5. Ix: Episcopal Clmrcli 
establislicd at. 5. Ixi; the Kev. 
Jacol> 13ailey established in, 5. 
4oU; formerly Frankfort. 5. I'J.'); 
mentioned, 4. lo. 10. 01-5. :J.'">4. '•]S0; 

5. 418, 422; 5. 07; 7. 4o.-); 8. 2l0n, 
2J3/!, 240, 20>;, 2-^7. 

Dresser, llenry, biogra})hical notice of, 
3.210. 
Nathaniel, killed by Indians. 3. 170- 

171, 171;(, 210. 
place, tlie. 3. 21.0. . 
rdch.ard, 3. I'lO. 
Drenilletts. i'ere Gabriel, sent to the 
Cannibas, i. 4;J2; formed a reg- 
ular mission, 1. AZ'-i: envoy to 
Boston for the iirotcction of his 
peojde, 1.40:): called away, i.4;J;3; 
his inlbicnce, i. 4;Jo: mentioned, 

6. -ilO; 8. o41. 

Drew, the Kev. William A., preceptor 

at Earmin'j:ton, 8. 171. 
Droufrlit of 1701-2, 3. 177: 4. 270, 273. 
Drown claim, origin of, 5. L';jO; led to 

grievous ills, 5. 2;jO; settled, 4. 

2;j.s. 
Drown\ .Shem, proprietor at Pema- 

quid, 5. .'J02. 
Thomas, 5. o04; first clerk at Pem- 

a'pjid, 5. ;jol. 
Drum-beating in place of bell-ringing, 

2. ISO. 

Drummond. Capt. -, 5. 30S. 

, of Hath. 3. 277. 

Drunkenness, four men fined for, i. 



84: among the fishermen, i..'>0-r<7; 
law concerning, i. JSl; sic iuteni- 
peiance. 

Dnbisont. .loseidi. 3. ISO. 

Dii Dois" Manuel of Coins cited, G. 
\\»i. 1 Wii, 120)). 121)), 12:^)). 

Dublin. Ireland, 6. ."iOS. 
Maine. 6. 27. 
rrcsbytery, 6. ;;0. 

Dubn-uil. -^— . 8. :]:]0. 

Duchc. M., 6, -70. 

Duck, manufactured in Boston, 4.5s. 

Iluckiug-stool. 2. Ij^.j; 3. o~i. 

Duck.N. plenty, 2. S2. 

Duck-trai). now Linconville. 4. ;]24)t: 
mentioned, 4. ;)24. yj-J'). ;;2(). 

Duereux. Pere Francis, his llistoria 
Canadensis cited, 6. 210; see also 
Le Creux, Francois. 

Dudley. Joseph, president of Xew 
England, i. 27;'.. :11''>; married a 
sister of Capt. Tyng. i. GIO: a 
judge in the court held at York, 
I. ;)st); letter from Sir F. Gorges, 
I. ."i44-.")4.> ; (juestioned Gorges 
having been in the French wars. 
I. .!>4.i; his induence prevented 
mischief in Xew England, 2. 57: 
John "Wheel Wright's letter to, 3. 
C4-!-.j44; Cy])rian .Southack's let- 
ter to, I. o44-:l40, ;]40-o47; letter 
from Shadrack Walton. i.:]49-:>50; 
letter from William Partridge, i. 
o4s: sent an exiteditiou against 
Port Koyal, 7. 70; failure. 7. 70; 
sent the forces back, 7. 70-77 ; 
sent another expedition 7. 7.^: ex- 
tent of country over which he 
held authority. 8. I'.'O/) : an enemy 
of (tov. Phipps. 9. 47. 4s, 5;J; com- 
plained of the cost of the fort at 
Pemaquid, 9. 4S; coveted the 
governorship, g.5-'j-54; memtioned, 
I. 200)). b')'-i; 2. 52; 3. ;j;jl, :J02; 5. 
i*2, Pt'.t, :^07; 6. 250, 251, 252; 8. 
r.'O: 9. 50. 
Moses, 4. .JOO. 
Paul, extracts from his papers, 5. 

4i'.",-42'.». 
Peter, 4. oOo. 
Thomas, 3. -.ilSn; 5. 171. 
William, commissi(nier for Xorth 
Yainiouth. 2. 175; lived at Piox- 
bury, 2. 175; son of Joseph, 2. 
175; signed the treaty of 1713,6. 

2.53; si^nied the treaty of 'l717, 6. 201; 
autogra])h of, 6. 253, 201. 
, a teaching Friend, 4. 350. 

Du;:an. Capt. J., i. 400. 

Duke's Patent, the, 5. .s. 

province, the, coiulition of the peo- 
ple of, I. 552; jieoide to be car- 
rie<l from to Xew "i'ork, 5. !); to l>e 
protected by Xew York, 7. 157; 
divided inlt) counties, 7. 158; men- 
tioned, 5. 1*, 235, 255. 



INDKX TO COLLECTIONS. 



79 



territory, tlu\ same as the Duke's i 
proviiK'O. 5. ;•: (.'in'inuuLConu'iits tor ; 
pecple to settle in. 5. mi; abau- 
(loiieil 1>y Andros, 5. ■-'•"■)"^. i 

DiiD'.aii Mine, Kdwanl. iii:irrie(l a ! 

(l.iiiizlitei of riiiiip Uretton. i.iiTT. ^ 

Mrs. Pliili).. 7. 4n:,. i 

Duiiinur .\c-aiUiiiv, 6. CS(i, 40t). 1 

Charles. 6. ;'.ii'.>. I 

Jeremiah, trusree for Xortli Yar- 
niouth, I. ■2T2; 2. IT:'): au'eiit tor 
Massachusetts, i. ;'.'.»S/i: 2. I'ti'i; 
iiU'Utioned, 7. St5, S-]]. l'^4: his 
Defense of the New Knu'land 
C'iiarter cited. 5. 17(i/(. L'^i',*. •2'.*>it; 
his Memorial ShowiuL;' the French 
Possessions on the liiver of Can- 
ada cited. I. ;>4. 
Nathaniel. 7. 2S4. 
Kichard, the Plough Patent sent to, 

I. 4'jn. 
Governor AVilliara. received a letter 
from Wenemiinett. 3. :'.TT-:iTS: his 
answer, 3. ;]Ts-;!T'.>: met the In- 
dians at Falmouth. 3. ."'.^o. ;>l; 
letter from the Indians. 1727. 3. 
407-40S: letter from Capt. Heath, 
3. 40S-4U'.i; letter to the Indians, 
3. 410-411; mentioned. 2. V)'>: 3. 
o'.t.j, 3VIG, 397, 4()o, 40T. 4o;t. 4in. 
411, 414, 41.j, 421. 4--'2. 4l'7, 4:;.5. 
443, 44o, 447: 4. l-n. 1 •''•-'. l")o, lo4, 
lo.">, loS, 150, 170, 174, 170, 179; 5. 
372. 

Dummer's treaty, signed, 7. S^; an 
annoyanee to the French, 7. 66. 
war. 6. 10, 32. 

Dumont. . 8. A'>1. 

Du Monts, Pierre du Guast, Sieur. 
commissioned lieutenint general 
of France, i. 2">: rcceivi-d a char- 
ter from Henry iv. i. 25. 27: 5. 
ofX», 3r2, 32.'); 7. 27: extent of 
grant, 5. 177: 7. 27: took posses- 
sion of the territ<.)ry in the name 
of the king of France, i. 25/*: 7. 
27; sailed and accompanied by 
Chami)lain, i. 25-20: 7. 249; 8. 
317; 9. 9S: withdrew his attention 
from Acadia and turned his trade 
to the bt. Lawrence, i. 20; estab- 
lished a colony on the St. Croix. 
I. 20; and Bay of Funrly, i. 2<); 
his exjKdition drew the attention 
of the English to the coast of 
Maine, i. 2s; his colony the lirst 
attempt to settle in Elaine, i. 2>; 
passed a winter at St. Croix, 2. 
20a: 5. 32S: 8. 317, 320-321: a fur 
tratier, 5. 174/i; confiscated the 
cargo of Capt. Kosigol. 5. 174/(; 
set up a cross on the Kennebec, 
5. 322; Acadia within his grant, 
5. 325; had a knowledge of the 
country, 5. 325; coasted to the 
■westward, 5. 32S-329; 8.321; his 



route compared to Weymouth's, 
8.329: pr(jb.ib!y passetl the Ken- 
nebec, 8. 32'.'. 3:;0: -.a I):.innris- 
cotta, 8. 329, 3:10: Poj>h.im> eol- 
nists settled on his grant, 7. 27; 
hischarter tranterreil to'iuerche- 
ville. 7.2s: 8. 323: Ids expedition 
carefully iin^jiared, 7. 219; to meet 
Du Pont-(;rave. 7. "^50; arrivt'd at 
Port au Mouton. 7. 25<i: sent dis- 
pat(dies to Canceau. 7. 250; had 
higher motives than the little 
island of St. Croix, 7. •_'51. re.-olved 
to abandon his plantatiou. 7. 250; 
to seek a lietter site for his col- 
ony, 7. 257: interested in the cul- 
ture of maize. 7. 20O: to return to 
St. Croix. 7. 2it2. 203: transplanted 
his settlement to Port Ivoyal, 7. 
203,314; 9. l»< ; returned to France, 

7. 20i3; his settlement and fort de- 
scribed. 7. 313-314; the settle- 
ment destroyed by Argall. 7. 310; 
at Cape Cod. 8. 317-316; exploretl 
Penobscot bay, 8. 316; sent out as 
the head of an e.xi>e<iition. 9. 9S; 
his colonists both Catholics and 
Protestants. 9. 96; his settlement 
the basis of the French claims, 9. 
102; mentioned, 5. 17>: 6. 175/(; 8. 
29, 245, 249. 255/,. 2iM. 2C,.-,. 

Dit Monts' island, formerly Holy Cross 
island, 7. 251; mentioned, 8.317, 
330. 

Duubar, Col. David, commissioned 
governor and surveyor general. 6. 
16; 8.290: 9. 60: Fort Frederick 
his seat of government, 6. 16: his 
government benefici.d. 5. 16; in- 
vited the Scotch-Irish to settle at 
Pemaquid. 6. 16; Mass. protested 
against his government, 6. 10; 
built a house and foit at Pema- 
quid, 6. 20; 7. ].",i(; his govern- 
ment terminated. 6. 20; 9. ^0: re- 
turned to England, 6. 20; g.jvern- 
or of St. Hek-na. 6. 2'»: 8. 296; his 
widow married Hemlerson. 6. 20; 
probably met by Col. \'aughan, 8. 
2'.i0: gave per])etual lease holds, 

8. 297; lieutenant governor of 
New Hampshire, 8. i;97; oj^posed 
by Col. Waldo. 8. 29"^; disregarded 
the rights of j/atentees, 9. SO; 
mentioned, 6. 33, 35. 

Mrs, , married lieiiderson, 6.20. 

Dunbarton, 4. 2>9/i. 
)uncan, a Scotch-Irish name, 6. H. 
Jungan, see Dongan. 
)iinhain, Janies, 2. 1 15. 
Junk, (Jeorge M., 8. 242/?. 
Junkirk Seventy Four, tho, American 
soldiers imprisoned in, 7. 034. 
the 3. 21(). 
Duidai>, John, deposition of cited, 3. 
323/1. 



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Dunlap. C:ipt. .lolm. s^ii of the Kov. 
Iiul)Oit, 7. .".tM : lailuT of llu- lion. 
KoIk rt 1'., 7. .UiT. 
the Hon. l.'ohiTt rim-kiu'v, his ancos- 
try.7.-";f'T; birth of.7.:!t.'iT :j:r;uluatf(l 
from <\.'llo,uo, j.-jOI: stmliod hiw, 
7. o07-^>*jS; hohl public oliii.os. 7. 
308; jj;ovt.'riii>r. 7. -"MS: prominent 
in Frt'oniasoiiry. 7. o'lS: iiro-iicknt 
of the liiblf Sii.ieiy, 7.:'.'^; t-harac- 
teristifS of. 7. ;'.ii^-:iti'.t: niarrii'd 
Lydia Cliapnian. 7. ."'lO'.': deeply 
relijiious, 7. :]('•'.•: vi.-^ited Illinoi.<, 
7. oOO; death of. 7. MT'i: mentioned, 
I. 12; 6. 3:!. :;T1; 7. oTl ; 8. 01, 02, 
6:-!, 04, 07, ;J04. 4b"). 4:.0. 
the llev. Ibibert. liirth of. 5. ;';■■";: fir.'^t 
settled minister at Urunswiek. 6. 
33, 155; 7. oiiT; death of, 6. ■i'-i; 
resided at Booth l^ay. Xew Castlo 
and Sheepseot Bridge. 6. b">."): 7. 
307; a native of Antiini. 7. :;(i7; 
graduated at Edinburth. 7. :]<')7: 
came to Amoriea. 7. ;J07. f;ither of 
Capt. John. 7. :3ti7. 
Mary Tappan. inorlier of the Hon. 

Robert P., 7. '■'><<!. 
William, his history of Xew York 
cited, 5. ■]ii. 

Dunnell, Henry, 9. 3'^2; see DonncU. 

Uunninc, a Srotcli-Irish name. 6. 1(). 
Capt. 'David, 7. 1S2. b?4. in.;: 8. 251, 
252, 252//, :.'55, 250//. 257, 2iAi/i. 

Dunn"s Mills. 2. 112. 

Dunstable, 4. 2.->7. 

Dunstan, .settled by the Al?xer<. 3. 20- 
27, S2, 101; origin of the nuue. 3. 
27, 28; meeting at, 3. lOU; the liev. 
'William Tomj/.^on preuehed at, 
3. 100; the Kev. Geo. Whittiehl 
lireached at, 3. 101//; incorporated 
as a parish, 3. 102; the Bev. Rich- 
ard ElvLns preaclied at, 3. 102; 
Metliodists in, 105; tirstpo>i oiHce 
in, 3. 250h; mentinned. 3. 1U4, 105, 
100, 120, 125, IL'S. 15'.», 107, IGS, 
109, 100//, HtO, V.'h. L'U7, 210, 211, 
213, 21s, 2l'i'. 2211, 'Jl'7. 
Hannah, .sie Diistin. Hannah. 
Landing, a shipping-post at, 3.57?;; 
home of Elias Oakman, 3. 70; 
mentioned, 3. lOO/i, 214. 
river, 2. S4;(. 

Dunster, the original name of Dun- 
stan, 3. 28. 
England, the liome of the Algers, 
I. 213JI. 

Dunston, a corruption of Dunster, 
3- 28. 

Dunstorre, former home of tlie .Vigors, 
I. 213rt. 

iJuponceau, Pierre Eteinne. i. 11-3; 4. 
liO; 5. (»<•; 9. 202, 270, 285. 

Du Punt-Gravi', — — . acciunpanied by 
Champlain, 7. 2V.); sailed from 
Houileur, 7. 2il.» to jueer Du 



Monts. 7. 250; attemjited tw.. r,:,. 

successful voyages of diseowiv. ;. 

2til: decided to return to Fr.uuc, 

7. 2i'.4: met Ralleau. 7. 2iU. 
Durant, Moses, livivl at Falmouth, i. 

320. 
Duren, Cliarles, liioLrraiihieal ti..-;, ,. 

of the Rev. Charles Eieeni.ai, !. 

325;/. 

Duiend. 9. 2'.i7. 
Durham, (iore. 4. 204. 

Humidirey. i)urcliased land of Oc.k 
Cl.'eves." I. liil. li".>: his farin. :. 
120; petitioned for Mass. to sett!.- 
the controversy between Clei.v.s 
and Jtn-dan. i. 141: his land in t!ic 
I)ossession of Anthony Bracket!, 
I. 154; resi'led at Falmourh. i. 
iNtt;/, -^15; killed, i. I'lO, -.'I'l; liis 
■vvifi' taken jnisoner. i.:.'21; men- 
tioned. I. lu'2. 12:;. L.'I2. 

John, liveil at Falmi>nth. i.3-Ji\ 

Maine. Friemls" mi>uthly ineetini: 
held at. 7. 221: mentioned, 2. il>; 
7. 273. 

X. H., liome of the Rev. ,h'hu 
Adams, i. 328: formerly Oy-ier 
River, 1. 340; the Rev. John Bi'.-s 
preaclied at, i . 340-347 : ment ii 'Ued. 

3. 315;i ; 4. 205. 207, 373. 
Palatinate of. i. 400. 

Durrell. , married Raeliel Emery, 

4. 372-373. 

Dun ie, . 5. 37. 

Dusseldorf. 5. 407: 6. 322. 

Dustin. Hannah, killed seven In^Ii,l;l^, 

4. 3s',i. 

Dutch, the, cajitured (tCo. Cart'.vriuh.t. 
I. 182//; Mrs. Bee on lizard >•! .' 
vessel of, i. 'J'j'-): e.xidored L'l'.i'i 
Island Sound. 2. 31; inclined to 
settle the coa.--t. 2. .;<: trade with 
tlie Indians, 2. t;7; valite oi their 
trade on the Hudson, 2. (;s,, : ;i;- 
tempted to settle in Elaine. 4. 21 r, 
220; 5. xxi; 6. 1, 23;/; 7.25: kit 
Maine and did not retuiii, 4. ■_':;7; 
captured New York. 5.3, -j:)!. l'>: 
cai)tured the fort at Peutagnit. 7. 
4<>; dispo.-.sessed the Enuli^h "t 
the foreign trad-e, 7. 130; captured 
the Castle of Cornientin, 7. I'i'.': 
lost the same. 7. 130; eiicroa-!ied 
upon the territory bclongin'.i lo 
the English. 7. 130-140, 143: trade 
the cause of the war with. 7. l!'i; 
in Xew York. 7. 140; Clart-ndcn s 
jiroject again>t. 7. 143, 144. 1!5; 
reduced to English allegiame. 7- 
150; destroyed the fort at .'^t. 
Joh.n's river, 7. :;40; bribeil the 
caj)tain of the Mayflower, 8. 2oO, 
201; autlu.rity for this fact. 8.:.'mo; 
mentioned, 2. 7; 5-27; 7. 1 13. 147, 
153;/, 154, 150; 8.' 320; 9. 11. 10, 
340. 



TXDKX TO COLLKCTIOXS 



81 



Dntfh coin, foiiivl in Portland. 6. lOo. 
kill-. 8. ;;4S. ;;.-,ii. :;.-,l ; sc al^o Xolh- 

fil.inils, the kini: ol. 
\v:ir. tilt'. 5. .'U>. 

Wrsi luiiiiin Conipany. the. 7. loO. 
Du Tlu't. (ollii'i-r. ;i .lisuit sont to 

Aineririi. i. A-tO; kilU'd, 1. 4-".l. 
Dnttoii, 8. -ioA. 

liou>e. IlallowLll. 7. •2~t\. 
tlif K'cv. Jdlin. 2. li'l. 
.Sanuifl E.. 8. 4'j1'. 

llio. Diitish lios]iit;il sliii). 7. 474; 
Dr. MoKinstrv died on L>i>anl ol, 
7. 474. 
Wanen. 3. l'4(i. 

<"ol. . ^Mve land to Ilallo'.vell 

Aiadumy. 8. ir.o. 

Col- . of FaiiJi-ld. 4. o7i.*. 

Duval, Gal)iirl. 5. xlviii. 
Diivall, William. ii;iit owner of the 
Katclies at ro:iKi(juid, 5. '.i; 
Katclies to bo delivered to, 5. Ki, 
11. 
Dux bury. 2. li:';. 14'!. 17-"; 4. 27--'. 
i)\viu:lit, Thomas. 2. i:.'l. 

Dwinal, , an eariy settler of 

IJakerstown. 2. 1 1.;. 
Dwilliine, Xathani.,d, ;-!i,'ned the peti- 
tion of 107-. to Mav>.. 5. lild. 
Dye, John, received a i,n-aut from the 
Plymouth Company, i. 4-j. Si.): 3. 
o2: extent of the -rant. i.4-': 3. 
■yj: 5. xxi: hi> u'rant called the 
PlouLfh Patent, i. 4"). >;n; 3. ;ji'. 
.«oc' Dyer. j 

Dyer, CJiristophor. liveil at Sheep-cot. ; 
2.2-Vo: swore fealty to the Duke ' 
of York. 4. 221: .-iVned the j.eti- | 
tion of ir,72. t<j :>la.>;.s.. 5. i'40: 
built a storka<ie. 9. l;]G; men- ' 
tinned, 5. 07: 9. 151. j 

G. si<,'ned the tn- try ..f 1717, 6. 201; ! 
autofrraph of, 6. i'f)l. f 

JoJm, signed the petition of 1072, j 
to Mas.s.. 5. 24u: mentioned. 5. o',. ! 
J-nas, 3. ISO. i 

Mathew. .signed the petition of ' 
l'i72. to Ma.-s.. 5. •_'40. | 

William, commi.--.ic..ner, 2. 'J-V-i: 5. j 
2Jt3; lived at Saco, .J. 200; swore 1 
fealty to the Duke of York. 4. ! 
221: signed the petition of lo72, 
to Mass., 5. 240. 
fee Dye. 
I^v.-i's nock. 9. IOC. 
liver. 2. 2;.^:; 4. 211. 212. 210: 9. LOo, 

IOC. 
nverbend. 9. b'.O, iJ4. 
sto.-kade. g. lOf,. 
''.vnioiid. l.-,rafi, 5. 00. 04, 40. 
^-'y 0, Capt. . 5. .;. 

1^;''^', the Indian f(u- laiid. 2. iCuin. 
'^iij^le. the, Withcno-e .master of. 5. 
l'J:>; at Pemaquid, 5. I'JS; owned 
6 



by Pennet. 5. P'.>; (i.shing on the 

eoa.-t. 5. l>iu,. 
EakwoDii. 3. tl'.t/(. 
Karl .if P.ute. the, built at P.ath. 2. 

L'O'.l. 

Karly documi'nt> relating to Mui'i." 
eilcd. I. :'..</(. 
lli.-iory of the I'rotestant Kr.i — 
copal Church in M;iine Itv 1):\ 
Edward Ballard, 6. 171--'0-. ' 
Lawyers of Lincoln and Kfimelxc 
Counties bv FreiUrick Alh-n, G. 
40-81. 
Earthy. John, warned the Indians <<i 
Laughton"s treason. 5. 2-'il: a:- 
tempti'd to negotiate a tieuy 
with the Didians, 5. i'.JI-l'.'.l : 
made peace with the Saclienis. 5. 
2.j2. 
East P...ston, 6. 17: 7. 210. 

IJridgewater, Mass.. 5. xxxv. 
Easterlings. 6. l.")l. 

Eastern Argus, the, cited, 5. 174/i: 8. 
OOS. 
boundary, the. 9. 224. 
diocese, "the, 6. -.'ni ; 7. 420. 
river, 2. 2S2; 4. 0">4 : 5. Ix. 
East Greenwich, 5. 12'J. 
Eastham, 2. 14(>. 

the Lev. Edward, graduated fi(cn 
college, I. O2S; preached in Lim- 
erick, I. 02s ; death of. i. O.js. 
Easthampton. 2. 204; 4. :.'01. 
East India Company. Duke of York 
interested in. 7. lOS-pJO; incorp >- 
rated. 7. lO'J/i; Godfrey i)etiti.incd 
to. 9. ?,'>on. 
Indies, the, occupied by Portuguov. 

2. 50. 
Kingston, 4. 207. 
Eastlanders, 4. 07- 
i:ast Machias, 3. 170; 8. IG.;. 
Eastou, Mass., 5. xln. 

CoL , I. 4S4. 521. 

Eastport. 7. 2.j1; 8. lo, 09, 70. 
East river, 2. 01;/. 

the fixedness of the peojile of, i. 0. 

Eastwick, Stephen, signed the trc > y 

of 1710, 6. -50; autograjjli oi. 5. 

205. 

East Windsor. 6. 01. 

Eaton, Angelina, daughter of Cy: u>. 

7. 401; assisted her father, 7. 4.':. 

405; death of, 7. 401, 405. 

Benjamin, father of Cyrus. 7. !-T; 

in the war of the Pevolutidi. 7. 

4s7; a shoemaker, 7. 4s7; ih; u s 

of, 7. 4S7. 

Cyrus, parents of, 7. 4S7: birth <..'. 

7. 4s7 ; a shoemaker, 7. 4s^: t tr .• 

l<.)ve of learning, 7. 4SS: at t:.-- 

academy, 7, 4-;S; cmidoyed ;:-. "i 

farmei-, 7. 4s.^-4sO; studied -ii:- 

veying. 7. 4^0; worked ai biiiL- 

makiiig, 7. 4>''; still studi<iu~. -. 

4;'J-40u: u school teacher, 7. 4. 'v. 



S'2 



MAINE HI^TOI;lCAL SOCIETY. 



Kalon, Cyrus— continui'W. 

•Jl'l; cali'iihitoii an rclipsc. 7. 400: 
in Wani'ii. 7. \'.'>>: liis Imiiu' 7. 
4'.H); iiianicii M:irv Li'iinoml, 7. 
4'.'1; chililnii ct, 7. -I'.M: valuaUk' 
aid from liis daimhtrr, 7. 4'.il. 4'.' 1- 
4'.»."); death I'f his uili', 7. I'.'i: liis 
charactrr. 7. (■.':.'-4V':;: lu>;uiu' 
blind, 7. 4'.ii.', 4'.'h iirhl in iii-li 
esti'i'in. 7. 4'.i."!; :i snccissl'id tcacli- 
cr, 7.4'.t:!: skilk'd in tlic huiLinaiies 
and survey in;;'. 7. 4'.'-".-4'.M; liis 
]>nh]iLMti<ins, 7. 4'.'4, 4'.'"»; deiiiees 
oonterred ujion. 7. 4'.i4; nuMuljor 
of many Icariu'd hudics. 7. 4'.i4: 
death of, 7. 4ST. 4'.tl-4'.'L': nnn- 
tioned. 6. UtS, 2'.':;. .in;*. ;;-Ji.'-:;l';;: 
liis Annals of Warren cited. 3. 
'22~iit; 4. JOt'i, JO".': 5. ;>u/(. :;70/(, 
o7">/(, :>'s"Jji. 

iJavid. son of Henjaniin. 7. 4S7. 

Ebenezer, killed, i. ]s-j. 

the Kev. Eiisha, preached in Mer- 
riconeag, 2. 1>T; death nf. 2. 1ST. 

Eliza Ann. daut'.hter of Cvrus, 7. 
4'.tl. 

Emily, daufrhter of Cyrus. 7. 41il. 
A[>2: her valuable aid to her father, 
7. 4!il, 4<i4-4'J.J. 

family, 7. 4S4. 

George Oscar, son of Oscar, 7.491. 

John, letter to Col. Slought<.r, 5. 

the Kov Joseph, i. .".•"0; 7. -Ji'-i. 
Mary. ^Yife of ]]enjam;ri. 7. 4S7; 
death of. 7. 4>7: lived with her 
son David. 7. 4^7- 
Oscar, son of Cyrus, married Mary 
W. Stmdish. 7. 4'.tl ; children of, 
7. 41)1 : death i.f. 7, 4'.il. 
the Rev. Samuel, jireaehed in North 
Yarmouth, 2. 1>7: death of. 2. 
IST; mentioned. 2. 115, 117. ).iV; 
4.377: 7.219. 
Theophilus. 9. -PAO. 

Pp. , of Ilarpssvell, 4. 0o2, 

General , 8. 17. 

, 2. 47h. 

Widow . of FarminL,'ton, 4, OOS, 

oil). -X'o. oO'.. .'J'-iO. 
Ebens, Edward, killed at Ealmouth, 

I. 29.">. 
Eb-uee-cook, 9. bll. 
Ebrontield, Henry. 2. 2S0, 
Ecclesiastical Sketches of Maine, see 
Greenleaf. Moses. 
Tribunal, established in Maine. 5. 
2o0: the only one in America or 
Enudand. 5. 2:;'i, 
Eekfeldfs Maiiuel of Coins, cited, 6. 

lls-/i, ir.)/(, l-''.)/(. 121/,. 12L!u. 
Ecphantus, 7. •j-i'-',. 
Ediiuweeno, 3. 412. 
Lildin'.'ton. 7. 5. 

Eddv.'Col. . 7. 10, IG. 

the, S. 297, 301. 



Eden, land in trranted to Mde. de 

(Jn-.'rie. 
Eiles. I'hili]). signed petition to Ibiei- 

strei't. i.2>;'./i; li\ed in Faimo;it li, 

1. :;2(). 

Jnil-e . 9. 2.-.I. 

l-"de\\ ancho, 3. '■'I'l'^, 
F.iiuar. the. 9. :'. \i(. 
IMuai town, 5. l."'."'>. 

Edueeonili. 01 dered to relinrpiish tlicir 
ri^^hts to the state. 2. 2'.'2; iami 
in elainu'd by Steplu'ii Calef. 4. 
2:;(): FreewiU liaj.tist Chuivh 
formed at, 7. 222; mentioned. 4. 
:;;;»: g. i:;i. l:;7. 
Christian. 3. 1 lo. 

Christo]dier, in the cjarrison at 
Black Point, i. 227?;: signed the 
I>etition to Charles 11. i. !o-j; 3, 
129; probably a son of .\ichola.>. 
3. 2.-). 
(iiobins, served in tlie ('ontineut.il 
Army. 3. 204. 

Joanna, married Puncheon, 3. 

2.J. 
John, in thi> garrison at Black Point, 
i.227»; 3-11": selectman of Saco, 
3. 2"); miTitioned. 3. Ljo. 121. 
Mary, married tirst to Gcojoe Patie. 
secimd to John .\shton. 3. 2'i. s^:.'. 
Michael, in the garrison at Black 
Point. I. 2-_'7/K 3. Ill); ju-obal-ly a 
son of Nicholas. 3. 2-"). 
Nicholas, acknowledged the govern- 
ment of Mass.. I. oSii: 3. 47: set- 
tled at Black Point. 3. --'4. :;'.^//. 6-i: 
ancestry of, 3. 2"); nioved to .saco, 
3. 2">: his children. 3. 2'). his 
daughter married John Ashloii. 
3. 2.5, S2. 
Nicholas, 2d. grandson of Nicholas. 
3. 2.J ; agent for the heir.s of Sir 
Kichard, 3. 2"). 
Sir Kichard, 3. 25. 
Bobert, in the garrison at Black 
Point, 1.227//: 3. llu; signed the 
petition to Charles 11, i. 4o2: 3. 
129?!; a son «>f Ni(diolas. 3. -^■>: 
married Baidiel Gibbin.>, 3. -"•; 
death of, 3. 25. 
Edgeren)et, 3. ;;>0: 5.283. 
Edginaroggan river. 4. 105. 
Edict of Nantes, the revocation of the. 
drove French refugees to Maine. 
I. 270; 8. 21.';/(; signed by the 
king, 9. 9s; admitted Prtjtestants 
to places of trust, 9. '.)S. 
Edinburgh, 5. 422; 6. 33, 34, 157, iCi; 
7. 307. 
Keview. the, cited, 6. S, 410. 
University, 6. 31; 7, 473. 
p:dmans, Bobert, signed the petition 

to Mass., 5. 240. 
Edmonds. Sir Thomas, British min- 
ister to France, 2. 3;)a; in char'..'e 
of t'ne affairs of Capl. John .Smith, 

2. '3'Ja. 



INDEX TO COLLKCTIONS. 



F.i\iiiiiT\(1stoii. S. 4. I 

IMowaiihkiTiti, 3. 4r_\ i 

Kdu-'ntion, l;iw-: in fnvcr of, i. "204; 3. 
lobe S^-.irl>.>riiu'^!> |i!'cs(>nti'ii lor 
not providniu schools. 3. l:;i. 
l',(lm-:Uion;»l Iiistitutidus nt' Maiin' 
\vliilo a Di^tiirt ot .Miiss.. by tlic 
Itev. .). T. t iKimpiiii. 8. l.'>."i-H;o. 
Kdward i. fouiuii'd tlie Ilainbourj; 1 

II. 4. -S-V.K ' I 

III. introduced tho l^ose Xiible. 6. 
1-jO; Ifceinl iiitrodmnd 011 his 
ooiiiaue. 6. ]0], lo',"; iiteiiuuiu'd, i 
6. 14!'. l.")U I 

IV. 6. 14l>. I 
VI. no inti-rest during his roiLTU in 

disoovL'iios. 2. l><i. I 

Edwards. .John, lived at I'lujioodiiek, 
I. Oi'ii. 
Jonathan. Ids ohservations on the 
I.anu'ua^o ot" the Monlioiran In- 
dians, filed. 6. 20:^;/, 212, 212;;, 
2 Ion. 
1;.. 2. IT.l 

the Hon. 0:.:den. i. 443. 
I'ierpout. i. 44>. 
Eel river, 3. 104. 
Ktvarauoiisaret. 4. 1(>3. 
i;<;'ereniet. murdereii. 5. 202; at Fort 

William IKcry. 7, f,:]. 
F;:erton ^lanuseript, the, cited. 9. 

Kielienher.,^"s newspaper, cited, 6. -^2'). 

Kioeiliel'.i, 5. ^')') 

tlhiid-e I'aiuily. 5. 140. 

Giles, empowered .Sliiite to purehase 
.Monhe^an, i. '■]'>: 2, 'i>>'i: 7. 171; 
sent tlie patent to ,'^iuite. i. ■■;''--:'.T: 
lather of Thoma.s. i, ;J7; rei-eived 
a tract of land, i. mJ; 7. I-Jj: the 
estate of Aldwortli beipieathed t^. 
. . 2. .5Ia; 5. 1.j4; his grant conflicted 
with tl)e deed of J.jhn Brown, 2. 
^lii; Ids .son Tliomas nioveil to 
Pemaquid, 5. l.'^4: had a settle- 
ment at JM'iiiae^an. 5. 20*): his jia 
tent in full. 5. l'ii7--14: a friend 
t)f Jordan, 6. l^li; nuiuicned, i. 
o'J; 5. lot;, P..7. iM4. -•-':], 2i''-.. 
John, 5. 220; a descemlent of (riles. 
5. I'A; founded the Bristol Inlirm- 
ary, 5. l.">4. 
Thomas, .son of Giles, i. :>7; 5. l-")4. 
220, 2:^7; held a court, i. .^T. b>; 
autoj,fniph of. i. :;7; $■--'''• >ii''d 
by Cleeves. i. ]:><: verdict in his 
favor, I. l:;^; 5, 2-'.o; mused tu 
I'emaquid. 5. l.'-4. L'2ii, L"_'7 : lieir 
of Aldwi^rrii. 5. l'l'O; alienated his 
l»ro]ierty, 5. ■JS.t-S-J'); sitid it to 
White and DaNison, 5. 'SJU: em- 
broiled in diiiiciiilies, 5. i.';;*i; a 
friend of Jordan, 5.2:;o: sv.mh- al- 
lej^iance to tlie Duke of V'ork. 5. 
2;J7, 'sii'in; li'.ed at Pemaijuid, 5. 



2Mii; no-ilootcd. 5. S^tTo; peti- 
tioned Mass. to j,Mvein Maine, 5. 
2:W. 2 10. 
Elden, Capl. .bdui. settle(l at Puixton. 
2. i;;0: 4. 2l.'i; came ir-'Ui .^.ico, 2. 
i:!;t: at liio seiire of BosI-.t.. 2. lo'J. 
I'-MeiTs ('..rner, 2. 14o. 
Elder. Jolin, married Martha Kniirhi. 

3- 210. 
Elective framduse, Ihc, of Mass., ap- 
plicable toMaine. i. 2(U. 
Elias, tlie, commanded by Andries. 5. 

1 :•.•;. 
Eliot, lirst- church in, 5. liv: the Kev. 
John BoLTcrs sellled in. 5. liv. 
Benjamin. 3. 07w. 

thc'Bev. John, his clnirch. i. 204; 
his work as a nnssiouary. i. 110; 
only one man now al>!e to rea<l 
Ins Indian Bible. 6. I'o."); men- 
tioned. 5. r.'4; g. 270); b.is Indian 
m-ainmar cited, 4. 00, 00; 9. 270 
2S.-)». 
the Bev. John, of Boston, one of 
the foundi'is of the Mass. Ilistoi- 
ica! .*>ociety, 2. 1 1(7 ; his Bior;raph- 
ical I)icti(mary cited. 5. xlvii. 
Elizal)cth, Queen, coin.^ of her roicn 
found at Bichmond's island i. 4;J;) ; 
ajipointed (iorires noxernor of 
IMymouth, i. lU'.t; death of. 2.21-7; 
interested in Americ;;, 5. b'.o: p:ave 
a patent to I'laleiuh, 5. l-'2: coin 
fif her reiLin found at Portland. 6. 
120; her coinage of i)ure metal. 6. 
I BiO; coinage described. 6. i;r:0; 

i England in^wperous during her 

reign. 6. 174; iiicorp":ated the 
P>ast India and Turkey 'Jompanies. 
7. IM'.i; sanctioned American 
I slavery. 7. 20'.i; mentioned. 2. GOfl, 

j 77'/. 15; 4. 0^; 5. 17'.»/(: 6. 5, 24, 

;30, 130,' 140, 150, 151; 7. 205; 364. 
■ 3S0; 9. oOO. 

; the, 5. i:]5. 
: islands, the, 2. 20</. 
i Elizabetiitown point, paroled prison- 
1 ers landed at. i. 52~^. 

; Elkins, Christopher, lived at Black 
: INdnt, 3. ^:k 

i Henry, in the garrison at Black 
j Point, i.227»; 3. 110; signed the 

: petition to Charles 11, i. 402; 3. 

120»; mentioned, 3, 2:;2. 
' Samuel, 4. 315. 

Thomas, under-marshal for Gorges, 
I. s<: lived at Black point, 3. Kj. 

, lived at Long Beacli, 2. Z>}o: 

' house burnt. 2- 205. 

Ellacott family, i. '.I'm. 
' EUi'ot family, i. 05;). 

Vines, grandson of Bichard Vines,. 
' i.05»,. 

Ellirigiiam and Gayle, amount of land 

granted to. 9. 376. 
EUinglou, 6. 31. 



8i 



Ellipgwood, tlio Hrv. .)>hn 

pivaclu'il ill I!;r,li, 7. "Ji'i;: son .•! 
(.'ai-t. .Io>!iua. 7. :m1 : 'linli <•:'. 7. 
37!: ai']>ii-i;iirnl tn ;■> -ilvorsiuiih. 
7. oTt; ina.iritil Xaivy JMkr, 7. 
.■>T1: set up lui-.iui.'.-s for liiiasrli. 
7. ImI-^m-'; <K-oi.ly n'liji>'us, 7. 
;;T'2; studifil lln'iiloLty. 7. :',T-': o-,- 
(iaiiR'd. 7. :;T2: ;csi,L:iifil liis jia-;- 
tuiate, 7. .;:•_' -;m-'.: iUmiIi ol l.i> 
\silf, 7. ^IT"': ir.anud .Mis. 11. M. 
Sinitli. 7. oT-'; cIi u;i'-ti'r of? ^m-J- 
o74, o7'>: as a Tu n•.i^-l. 7. -m l-^'^"): 
his missionary Urcs. 7. o7"': lum- 
tiiary doi;roos from cork-iii', 7. '■)',''>: 
sormoiis jirintfti. 7. .'''M7-;i7>: doalh 
of. 7. Z'i'-'}: mcutioufd. 2. '.'Uij ; 4. 
•2-11. 

Capt. Josliua. 7. ;)71. 
Eliot, f(n-tnorly p.iii of Kittci y. i. -2^)',); 
:C. 2^:1); c-.dli'd Mi;iu-.<'U (.ivt k, 7. 
i'21 ; Fiieiids ar. 7. I'-l. 

Dauiel, movtd to .Macldas. 3. nO. 

Elizabeth. mairied t«> Lo;org-e 
Vaughan, 8. l".'0. 

Koberi. lived at ralmouth. i. I'.'i: 
in thf <:ai-riso;i at idai k i'oiut. i. 
227/(: rt feixfcl a ill tii from Kol'crt 
Jordan, jr.. '!'■)'. n: tax paid to F.d- 
mouth, I. •i-'-'j. lived at luark 
Point, 5. -^:); l.iiid at nia.k FoiiU 
crrante.d io,5.::i;]: Elliot A'auuh.ai 
his heir. 3. 22'i; bi.-.-rapliieal iv>- 
tice of. 3, 'I'M: njentioned. 3. iCwf. 
110, ]o2. -J.] 1. 

Elliott's nlaiitati'^.n. 3. 21.i. 
Ellis, Freeman, 4. :;'U. ;j;n), 391. 401. 

Mr.s. Freeman, 4. o'.»]. 

Joiinna, 4. ;3'.iu. 

the Kev. . of Little Compton, 4. 

270. 
.Ellsworth, 5. .".j, 30, 27-" ; 8. 4. 

4. 3t;4. ■ 

01i\er, stockliolder in the woohm 
mills,4..-|.j; Ju-tice of the .Supreme 
Court, 4. -jG; father of the i^overii- 
or, 4. 50. 
Elson. John, 3. 110. 

Samuel, i. i;27/i. 
Elvins, the Eev. Kii hard, preached at 
Dunstan, 3. 102; <leath of. 3. 102- 
163; lived at ."^alem, 3. 10.J: a 
baker, 3. 103; inlluem.ed by ^\'!ute- 
tiehl, 3. 103; married Mr.s. Willard. 
3. 103; poem liy, 3. 103h; nitn- 
tiojied, 3. 204. 
Ehvell, Edward Henry. The White 
Hills of Xcw ilami'.shire, g. i'U7- 
210. 

John, 4. 200. 
Ely Justin, 4. 202. 
Ei>«anue]l river, 3. 2U3. 
En.ibden. i- 4.>'.;/o 
Em. raid Eshuid, the 6. o. 
Einersun. Benjamin Dudley, teacher 
^t Warren, 8. 172. 



M.VINK in>T01UC.VL SOCIKTV. 
\V.. 



Edv.ard. 7. 2> I ; mairied ^u.-ann.i 
l\Tk!n>. 8. :>'.'. 

tho l;i\ Fzekiil. preached at Ueoigr- 
town. 2. •.'21-'_'"_'2; a7i aeeount of. 
2. _'2i.': mi'ulioni'tl, 4. -V". ••3'i. 3 is. 
34'.). 377: 7. 21'.'. 

Joscidi. of York, preaelv.d in Wells. 
i.;;iii; one of the lii.-t Mttliisof 
Wells. I. :'.f.2: 3. •"..'); .-^i'j.ned tlii- 
p< lition to (.'roniweli. i. •"■''■"1: ex- 
emju from prvscniim iii, 3. ■'.4: 
bioLiraplncal notice oi. 3. 210; 
mentioneik 6. 3'.'o: 9. 3>!. 

lialj.h ^Valdo. 8. 4"j1. 

str.'a;!!. 4. 374. 

Williun. 4. 7-1 : 7. 414. 

Dr. . 5. xviii. 

: Enu-ry. Jona.. 4. 372. 401. 

' Mrs. Joni.. taken prisoner at Fair- 

, lield. 4. ;;sn. 

Jonathan. :.'d. 4. 37-''. 

Dr. Joscjdi, travchd -.vitli th.' Kev. 
Paul CoJlin, 4. --'sit; loeatiil at 
Fry (.bur;.;', 4. i":-'.'/;; m.irritd Mi-^ 
Fe.'^^emUn, 4. 2^'.i/(: his dar.;.r'nrer 
minieil tlie Kev. Daniel Dana. 4. 

2M'J(. 

Elder Jos;'pll. 7. 222, 2-.^^. 

Mosos. a lawyer. 5. xxvi; 3. :-'.'7. 

Moses, o.irly settler at L5,dcvi>;in\n, 
2. Ill, 112; an elder. 2. I J 2. a ii".- 
rvman, 4. 112; his huntii'L;- feats. 
4. 112. 

Moses, jr., lirst male child l;oin ;n 
; Dakersrown, 2. 111. 

the Kev. Mose>, 2. 127. 

the Hon. Nicholas. 1. 320«; 8. "17: 
; 347, 3'j7. 431, 450. 

I Xoah, 4. :;o''. 

r.aehel, ilau'.;hter of Jou'i... 4. 372; 

I married to , Durreil, 4. 37-- 

I 373. 

I Sally, daui,diter of Dr. Jo.scpli, mar- 

j ried to the Kev. Daniel Dana. 4. 

: 2^i'/i. 

Simeon, 4. 20.'3. 

: the Kev. Samuel, educated at liar 

i vard C'olle;,'e. i. 340: mini-tcr a.t 

I Wells, :;-lO, 347: marri.-d in Weils. 

1.347; Iiis salary, i.:M7; lived in 

! his own house, i. 34s; died at 

AVinter Harbor, i. ;]45; buried in 

Wtdls, I. ;;4,>: mentioned, i. 350. 

Jud<;e Slepiien, 6. 41, 30'.i: 8. 170. 

I Dr. , of Hampton, 4. 27y. 

■ Emery's ferrv, 4. 310. 
mills. 2. 112. 
Enimes, Nathaniel. 2. 170. ISO. 
I Emmet, E;,'er, 4. 14S. !.■;,], 1.52. i.">3. 
j 154, 155, 103, 104. 

Emmons, Dr. Xathaniel. 6. Z'x', 

' Mr. . "f llanowell. 5. t:7. 

I ¥.. Mmetinic, L'-le de. now M'Mihorran, 
7. 315; mentiouedi, 7. •z''3;'. 3'j!''. 
314, 315. 
EncyelopL-dia Amerioaua, 6. '.iiO/-, 



INDEX TO COLLFCTIONS. 



85 



Endicott. Oilhcrt. hnd a sawmill at 
Capo Porpu^. i. I'lW. 
Caj)t. Jolm. st.iu ti> Anurir.i. i.41: 
at Salem. I. 41: Ilnh.rt Iimcis..il 
sent to. I. ll;'.; ackiiowioil-fil the 
deed from Cleeves to Alien, i. li'd; 
C'leeves" letter to. n ir.T-lTo: pur- 
chased land of Xatlianiel Mittons 
estate, i. 248: letter,-, to .ifed. i. 
'26'.hi, ;;'.ui-:'.'.)T; 2. 47: nieii'.ioni'd. 

5. h',<i). ];>'.': 9. :;•_".•, ;;:;i'.. 

Enea.'^, a friendly Indian i.4('iO: sii^num 
of, 6. 'io^: mentioned. 4. l.'>.j, 10:!. 

Enfield, 2. 14.J: 4. ^'Xk •20ti. 

Enj:land, Capt. John .Smitli returned 
to, I. :5l: Sir Uiehard Hawkins 
sailed to Amerea from. i. o-2: 
Capt. Koeroft sent a (Mjitureil 
Lark to. i.:]2: ("apt. C'liristopher 
Eevett returned to. i.4"_'/(: lieaver 
skins sent to. i..")."J: ditlermt kinds 
of morolinndise sent t". i. .",7. 'yP,i,\: 
4. 20: Cleeves went to. i. <)'>. 100. 
ll.j. 117. •")4(3: 3. 40: tlse Chnreli 
of to be estal)liseed as tlie reli.u'ii)n 
of the people of Maine, i. 8(J; 
Gcori^e Burdettoame from. i.SO/C 
Burdett left liis wife and einldren 
in, I. Si'/i ; the civil wais in de- 
stroyed all that Gorires li;id estab- 
lislied in America, i. '.to; 2.iM)f(; ' 
Dr. Child born in and returned to. 
J. don: tlie political events in cause 
a decision in favor of IMuby. i. 00; 
Godfrey's govfrnmeul sent a re- 
monstrance to, I. iol, loi„: Xieh- : 
olasSlirq.k'iuh returntd ti». i.lG:J((; 
the f^overnmeut of K''^*-' 1^0 sup- 
port to tlie CDinsuissioners of ■ 
Maine, i. I'.'.j; trade witli Rich- 
mond's island, i. 2s0: 4. 2^, An- | 
dros Sent to. 4. 2'.i7/( ; Edward ' 
Tyni:: died in. 4. :]\i">: John and Xa- ; 
thaniel Wallis Ijurn in. 4. :j17/!: ■ 
the ilutdiinsons returned to, 4. 
•>42«: Jolm Wheelwrit,^lit went to, 1 

4. o44/t; the names of cities in 
j;iven ti> American places. 4. o')oa; ' 
the laws of to be used in Xew - 
Englanil, 4. 4n(j; 2. .'jOa; 6. 174: ' 
Ethan Allen sent in irons to, i. ' 
4"<0; pipe-staves sent to, i. DoO; i 
Tliomas Jenner moved tn. i. ;'>47; ■ 
threats to send Cleeves a jnisoner 
to, I. 54'.); Joim Jocelyn returned 
to, I. .;.'/j;(; tlie basis of lier claim ' 
to the American coast. 2. \'>a, lUa; ' 
7. 2f), 2!»0; 9. lOiJ: no cltmts made 
to follow tlie discoveries of the 
Cabots. 2. ISc/: the interest for 
colonization reviveil in, 2. 20'^ -Alii: 

5. o4o-.;44: 7. 2'.>4; I'riiii: returned 
to with a load of furs and sassa- 
fras. 2. 22'(: attempts niitdi- to 
awaken the interest of the -Dvcrn- 
nient of in colonization. 2. 24«: 



return of the Sac^adalioc colonists 
to, 2. 20'/, GO'C trouble in pre- 
vented tlie scheme of a irenerai 
irovernment in New Kimland, 2. 
o4'(; bouirlit and sold, tlie cry of 
Essex, 2. 70(/ ; elimati> of cmn- 
jiared to that of New I'.n-land, 2. 
'.'>: interested in Americm lisli- 
ini;-. 2. Wii: the lisiiim;- ti-ade in 
decayed, 2. 104; the soldir-rs ef 
held Castine. 4. 7S; tiie (iist 
American possessions of. 5. 14s ; 
the lirststep of her colonial jrreat- 
ness, 5. l.'):;; Wcymoutii carried 
Indians to. 5. l.")7, '■]4',K o'>o; 6. 
;)I4; Xahanada in. 6. bV,»: appreci- 
ated tlie value of the naval stores 
of Xew Enuland, 5. 2'.'s, 2i*S/(; 
excited over the marvtiMus dis- 
coveries in America. 5. '.4:'.-.']44; 
the war with France a hindrance 
to liL-r cob lilies. 5. ;;'.i7: iier ,je;il- 
oiisy of Ireland like her jealousy 
of America. 6. S-O; history of the 
coina':,'-e of. 6. HU-I.'jI: Allerton 
made vnyaLres to as auent for tlie 
Comjiany of undertakers. 7. liO. 
American slavery due to. 7. 20'.); 
sanctioned the slave trade, 7. 2i2; 
claimed the riiiiit of pnssL-ssion 
of the coast of .Maine. 7. ui'o: pre- 
I)ared to defend iier ri'.,"ht. 7. 2'.l(): 
opened contracts for charters, 7. 
2'.ti3, 2',.'7 ; ten'>r of tlie charters. 7. 
21)7; learned the value of a way 
from Halifax to Quelec. 8. IS; pre- 
tended that the United ."^tates de- 
sired the con(ptest of Canada. 8. 
IS; (.Ii'sired a riL;iit i<f w;iy. S. IS- 
I'J; her indecency toward the 
United States, 8. 40: her treat- 
ment of the United States in ISGl, 
8. 'JO, 100; mentioned, i. 47a, 49, 
52, 54. ()5/), 7o. SO;i, 83, SO. 05, 00, 
llo, ll:]/(, 115, 110. 120. 140. 15:3. 
no, 177, 104, 207, 2];;. •_':>;,;, 25S, 
o:'-0, :3.52, 40:3. 52S, 554: 2. 14''. 2().'<. 
45". 47'v, 4^". 52". 5ii". ''ij". 72'/, 
77'/, 7S.', 15. ijl, 44. 45. 4<;. 47. 50, 
(35, 01. lOo, 141, 172. ly.t. 100. 201, 
24S, 257. 25S, 201. 200, 274: 3. 15. 
21 H, 25. 2S, .•32, .•3s. 4s;, 50. .5:3, 55. 
6-i. OS, 00//, SO. 00, 02. OS. l;;:3, 175, 
209, 217, 21s, 210. 220. i';;!'. 2-^:3. 
2S4, 2SS, 200, .-300. :!15,(. :;iO. .-ilS, 

320/!, :32i, :]25, ;327. ;i:;i, ;;;;2. 351. 

;355, ;350. :300; 4. 4, 5. 11. is. OS. 0'.'. 
l.;2. 1:3s. 2:;o, 2'.i:3, •".'.'O; 5. xxi, 
xxxiv. xxxvi, xbi, xlv. Ivii. b.iii, 
lix. Lxi, 5, 7/1. 20. 4s. )'.'. .".0, sij, 
1]:3, 125. iL'O, 145, M7, 14s, 1.50, 
15s„. 177. is-,. ]',,:,, I'.iO. 100, 200, 
204, 207, 217. 2i.'l, -J-W. 2;';. 245,. 
L'4s, 200. 271. -73. :'7!i. 3i5. ;i:^i,. 
;324. :3;;o. :V.'A: 6. 5. •_"). 2_-. 24, 27,. 
2S, 40, SO, bo, tO, 00/(, 110, 124,. 



86 



MAINE IIISTOrnCAL SOCIETY. 



En 


gl;iiu' 


— continued. 










ini. 


139, 


14;>, 


IT'O, 


l.'.l. 


107. 


!•;'.». 




lTi>, 


KH>, 


1.^1, 


J^4. 


]»\i, 


. 1>7. 


1'.'3, 




ll!4. 


I'.C, 


•j-jo. 


:24-J. 


3-' 1 . 


■ V22. 


•'-•">, 




327, 


3:;i. 


33-"). 


3:M. 


;;:.4 


;'."'^. 


;;r,4. 




410. 


411; 


7. 1:. 


. 111. 


L'.'i. 


;n. ;;i 


3l'. 




iJS. 


l:)'). 


■ W>. 


:'.i'i/i. 


i:".7. 


i:;7/K 


1. •-'.'. 




140. 


14-'. 


14-.',i. 


144,'- 


. 147 


. i:)0. 


U0_'. 




'2'2-j 


'J-1 . 


l.':'.4 


-■•'>. 


•Ji,i;; 


-'.'4. 


•_'.i."i. 




30:;] 


304, 


31 Hi. 


307. 


'■'" '^. 


;;--'i. 


• i-^ 




3:54, 


3.").'), 


3. ")(.). 


304. 


■ ■>2 


:;s3. 


404, 




40o, 


40o. 


40; t. 


410. 


4-';;: 


8. <;4 


. S4. 




(HI. 


.v,\ 100, 114. i-:> 


. 1--: 


. r.M. 


•Jill. 




203. 


•_'20, 


-':-^. 


I't'-'!. 


L'l'.^/ 


. L".»4. 


!.".'•'>. 




:i'.'S 


• "' '-. 


:'.o<. 


3' ''•'. 


•'MS. 


:;jti. 


:M'.i, 




S.ji> 


;;"jl'. 


41-_': 


9. ;; 


0. 


11. 13 


. 17. 




I'-', 


'2'-)ii , 


■2-i. -2 




-7. '■ 


AK ■t-^>. 


34/,. 




s-^, 


44. 4" 


. 4S. 


")2. .") 


]. "i4 


."(li. I'l 


1. i;.s. 




7(1, 


7'j, !> 


3, Sl> 


, lOL' 


10:; 


. 10:.. 


inc. 




107 


. lis 


. ^•22 


, 13i> 


UK 


, --'■), 


-•-'4. 



22.">. •24t*, 247. :104. 310. :'.ll. 311//, 
313, 313/i, 314. 31:). 310//. 31S, 323, \ 
32o. 33i), 340, 341. 343. 347. 34!*. ; 
3.")0^ 3">2, 257. 301. 302, 30S. ;;oi(, | 
373, 374; the C'luui.li ol. .■" ' Eny,- j 
lish Church and Eiii>i ^pal ('liui\-h. 

'William. i)urL-luisL'tl haul ot' ."SaniD- 
set. 5. 1>^//. 

English. Cajit. . ct'inniaink-d a 

parkft hetween JJuston and Fal- 
mouth. I. 27s. 

channel. 01' dauLit^rous naviL;ation, 

2. 3'M,-/(. 

church. lirst men'i'in cf the service 
of in Xew Enuland. 6. 17"'. l~t'>u\ 
tiie Ilev. John Wi>vvell. -eltled at 
Falmouth, 6. I'X,: .sec Epi>cL-).al 
chnreh. 
coinage, found at f'a>tine. 6. 124. 
James. iiure]ia.<ed land oi Xatliau- 
iel Mittou".s estate, i. 24^: ad- 
dressed a petitinn to the select- 
men of Falmouth, i.. "-'."jO; a>ked 
for certain i)rivile.i:es. i. I'-'/O-j-' 1 ; 
petition partially LMantcd. i.i'.">l; 
his dauLchter a legatee of .^ilvanus 
Davis, i'. 300. 
record ei>mmissioners. i>ublicalions 

of. 2. t»'/. 
the, captured Mount Desert, i. 2')//. 
27; <lispute \\illi the Frencii in 
regard to tlie boundaries, i. 27; 6. 
3«; occupy the country as far as 
the Kennebec, 6. J7-2s: their at- 
tention dra>vn to the coast of 
Maine. 6. 2^; settled in I5ennud:i. 
New Foundlaiid. I'lymouth and 
Virginia. 6.;j3: rcci-jved laml from 
Squidryset. 6. 42: olieiideil Ijy the 
l)urciiase of Elaine by Mass.. 5. 
2:;''; refused to ).av li:e corn trib- 
ute to tile India!!-. 5. J-7: hin- 
dered the fish from a.-i (-nding tlie 
Saco. 6. 2^7; stole llie lands from 
the I'ldians. 6. 2>7; hated by the 
Erench, 6.257, 2S7/i; 5. 170, 2.jG/t, 



27^: far surpassed by tlie Fnnn-Ii 
in their regard for the religi'.-n of 
tlie Indians. 5. lo.",; chanuc.via ilie 
hinguage. 5. 4-.'('.: judii-v .•( the 
Jc.-~uils towards. 5.4;.:'.: Ilailered 
Dreuilleifs. 5. 4:'.:'.; juoposed a 
treaty with the (anuibas. 5.4:'.4: 
Tiiury inllaiiii.l liie Indians 
a-jaiii-^t. 5. 4:>'v; 2. 10'.': tiie in- 
liuince of ILilr an in>u]H'ra'o!e 
barrier totheiridansof cccupancy, 

1. 4:'.<'>: their h:irred of tlie French. 
1.4 12; built a church f.u- the Nor- 
riil'_;ewocks. 442//; their td.'im to 
America foumled on (Jabot's cHs- 
co\eries. 2. lo'i : 7. 2t). 2'.'0: Isad 
little interest in di>coveric>. 2. 1.^./; 
^aIistied witli lisliiug. 2. is,/; 
.Somerset friendly to the. 2. 4^'(. 
■ Ahi; liad no >eltli-inent on the 
coast when LevtU airi\ei]. 2. -VJn- 
50-/: tlie settlements of. 2. 7: ex- 
cited revenge among the natives. 

2. 100; the French intrigue to ex- 
terminate. 3. l.")2: 5. 2.';1 ; f'anada 
ceded to. 3. ITti: early in M.iiue. 
5. xxi; 6.:;. 4: extent of tciriiory 
the.v settle<l. 5. xxi: ciiaractt r of 
those that seitlid Xew l^mland. 
5. xxii; tlieir liNJiing shij/s early 
on the coast. 5. 144; th.e colonies 
founded b.v private advenrure. 5. 
34S: wrought out tiie ]ii inciple.N 
of irei-dom. 5. 14'.': ijicir li-hcrir.-, 
a soun-e of troiibh- v. irii the 
Fren.li. 5. I74-17.'.; lie.iucd in by 
the French. 5. i'4:j; 8. •_''-':;; the 
Mohawks friin<ily to. 5. j.'.o,-:.'.",7 ; 
compared to tlie French. 5. L".'.7- 
2(10: 6. 277; the disputed bound- 
arv of Acadia. 6. 3;/; .St. Castine 
a forniiihible ailversary of. 6. 111- 

• 111!: 7. 4;]; sometimes the aL;L:res- 
sors. 6. 112; early iisjied on the 
batiks of Newfoundland. 6. 17:'.: 
called the Abnakis tlie Tarantees. 

6. 20S; Kale insiiuated tin- Imliiins 
again.-.t. 6. '^'-'.'j; to lie kept irom 
Acadia by the Abnakis. 6. :.'>] ; 
atleiiiiiteti to settle I'eiitaL'oet. 6. 
L'^1 ; to be held in check by tlie 
Indians, 6. 2si-i'Ng; tiieir title not 
strengthened by Weymouth. 7. 
20; tlieir claim to the I'cnobstajt 
b.-tter than tliat of tlie Freadi. 7. 
J'.»: delicate about m:irryinL: ^\ith 
Indians, 7. 44; Jesuils jealous of, 

7. .js; never cedi-d Peinaquid to 
the French. 7. 130; their Atiican 
tiade taken by the Dut(di. 7. 13'.t; 
lost the Castle of Cormentin. 7. 
bi'..'; recajitured liie same. 7. l:;!t; 
tlie c<jionial alfaiis of in iO'il. 7. 
b-jI-1.04; lasting e\ide!iCc of tlit; 
power of. 7. 1.'/); Ch.iiiii.lain 
heard of their discoveries in 



rXDEX TO rOLLECTIOXS, 



87 



Maine, 7. 2(>1; first lioL^an. lOOG. 
to orjianizo inovi'inonts lor sut- 
tUu-: Iho Now Worhl. 7. L".U: 
many }>lai-os were settled owin^ 
t<.> tlie iiilliieiiee of P<^])h:ini's ex- 
pedition, 7. ;'.Mj;; rcmaiiuid the 
lirst point of tluir e.d.ini/.ition, 7. 
oO'.t, oil'; plaees sc'itled bctorc 
ropharn's eolmiy anivid. 7. ■"llo; 
considered the St. ( r.'ix thtir 
eastern boundary. S. 1^'.': in<-n- 
tioned, 3. 'e;'. loii, l:;;!; 5. •_'.",•_'; 6. 
oGO; 7. L"J, "jo. :>:., :,[\ co. t;i. o-j. r,.;, 
G(), ti'J, 77, 7'.'/;, ;s:], n'j, M.i, M), 'JO, 
HI. 

Knmskillen. 8. 114. 

Enos, Lieut.-Col. Ron-er, letter,-- to 
I'rom Arnohl. i. 4(is. 47i'. 4 7-".. 474. 
47">; to send iirt)Ni>i'ins. i. 47-';. 
474, 47.j-47ii; to foiward a letter 
to Washin'^tiiii. i. 47"^: rrlnrned 
to Uea<l rivi-r, i. 4^1: to stiid 
back the siek and iVfl.h', i. 4>m'; 
mentioned, i. .';U0, ."Jll -'d-). 

Eno'.v, Tlioni IS. signed the petition t^) 
IJradstreet, i. l'60/( ; lived at Fal- 
mouth. I. o-JO. 

Envieux. La. sent to eapture Fort 
William Henry. 7. (i:!; eommanded 
by D"lberville. 7. <J.'l. 

Epenowe, cai>tared at Martha's Vine- 
yard. 2. L'"). L'i'>; 5. l-!4/(: man ut 
cunse(ii;en''e. 5. 'J'i~->>: sent out 
with Caj)t. llolison. 5. i;7 : e>e;i])eil, 
5. 27-iiS. -"Jl; met ijy Dernier. 5. 
HI; woundi-d iJernu/r. 5. '-'A: in 
London. 5. 17"^. 

Episeopacy in Faliinuith, i.o2. .JS, 101. 
lO'J; Xew England an i-nemy to. 
5. 217: solieitieie for at Pern npud. 

5. 248; opposed by Presl»yterians, , 
6.2*3,27: favored by Pre-byterians. 

6. 27; planted in \'iri;inia, 6.1".*; 
mentioned, 5. 14'.J. j 

Episcopal cluireh. tlie, m-vcT prevailed 
in Maine. 4. 7o; Dr. Ci-ardiner a 
patmn of. 5. Ix; esraldished at 
Dresden. 5. ixi: K. 11. (Gardiner a 
supporter of. 5.ixvi: in Falninuth. 

5. 4:J!i; establi->he<l at l;iehinon<rs 
island, 6. ]:]s. IM ; eonnected with ; 
the desi^Mi.s of the early voya'_:ers. 

6. 175/t; not the lij'>t established 
in Xew Enir'and, 6. 17*i/(; the lirst : 
in Maine, 6. llt'in; has the ri<;ht 
of lirst o4-eu])ation Ijy the ri'^^ht of 
possession. 6. 177; renewal of en- 
deavors of, 6. 17S-17'.*: fror^es 
j-dven the riiriit to establish it. 6. 
179; first established in .Vew Eng- 
land, 6. Isij; at Portsmouth, 1>I : 
at the Isle oi .Shoals upposeil, 6. 

SI ; Provini-e of .Main'-, in favor 
of. 6. l-:i; eharler uf Ch. tries i, i.-i 
favur of, 6. 1-;J: dreaded the 
tyranny of Mass., 6. l^<j-l>^; no 
colony wLieh adhered to per- ' 



I miffed in the Xow En,:rl:ind cou 

federation, 6. ISS; relieved by 
diaries 11. 6. ISS; ehurc !i bull; Si 
Falinouih, 6. l'.»2-ll»:;: the bev. 
.loiin W'iswall set tied at Falinouii!. 
6. 1;*:;: iiierease in tin- < hureh, 6. 
l',i-'j-r.'4 : .s.iiuiie! .Maveriek a niein- 
: ber of. 7. II.-,; had but tuo 

i eliurelies in .Maine in 1-m',i, 7. 117. 

of b'hoiK' ULiiid. 7. i:;o; iiieii- 
tioned, 6. 171. 174;(; 8. lHv*; .v, e 
also Eie^lish eiiuieh. 
Episeopalians. in (ieoiLietown. 3. 277; 
I in Provideiiee. 4. I'o^; in .Maine 

.j injui'etl by Laml. 5. •_'2I : ,i;ener.illy 

I adhered with the Ibiyal lause, iii 

177">. 5. 4 10: in Ireland. 6. li; 
united with Presbyterians in Ire- 
laud. 6. 2o: in Portsmuutii. 6. It'..^; 
Maine distinetly of their en^ed, 6. 
1^;J: 8. 4i'.»; dreadi-d the tvranny 
of Mass.. 8. 1m;: not s,>,,r!,ed by 
, the treatment of :\fass.. 8. bs7 ; 

about Cisco b.iy. 7. I'L-o; in Pi,di- 
mond. 7. 41;;: in Pxision. 9. s],!: 
mentioned. 5. Iviii; 3. JIl'//. 
EppinLT. 4- 2i).-). •_-'.';>: 6. .■J7'.': 9. l*;:*. 
Eraskola-auan. Indian name of Par- 
ker's isl.uid, 4. lUJ. 
Erby. 5. I'-Vj. 
llrixi.-. 5. 2.j',t. 
I-]ro(ois. .fce Iroquois. 

lake, now Lake (.'hamplain. 2. 7^./; 
3. -iU. 
Erreinaneeseck, 3. 112. 
Erremaumeek. 3. 412: 
Ersegouteuo-s. the. 3. '■i'l'J. 
Erving-, John. 8. 1l':j,(. 
Esi)aL;uheat. 3. 412. 
Espara<;'oosaret. 4. bj5, 1*34. 
I'lsjjcuneet, 3. :j^ii. ' 

Es(juimaux. the. their lamriiajre dif- 
ferent from other native.-,, i. 4i:;/( ; 
attacked by the Miemaes. i.4I4- 
7. ;J:J'J; speak the Karalit. 4. ;'7: 
eaters of raw llesli. 7. :'/■'/.>: attacked 
Iiy the Abn:ikis, 7. '.'y.y.K 
Essex. 6. :J"<4. 

county, Eni,dand. 3. xv. xvi. 
county. Mass.. i. ti4//; 2. I'A: 4. 2'-jl, 

2:;2: 6. .j(j4. ;J-^;], ;J>0. 
county records, cited, i. I'l'Ju. 
bar. 6. :]>:>>j. 
district, 8. 4."Jl. 

the Earl of, (Toi-;^es served under, i. 
lii!>: a friend of (Jon^es, 2. 07"; 
trial of. 2. 07'(; defioided by 
(ioiu'es, 2. 07". 0>": K.deigh an 
enemy of, *o'7 : messaLTe sent to 
the (pieen. 2. 0'.*f/ : a>ked for a 
jiiivate inter\ iew. 2. 7(1" : coijiined 
the (jueen's mes.sengers. 2. 7'i": 
atiemjited to excite tiie peojile. 2. 
7'>" : returned to hi> boe,-e. 2. 7'>"- 
71'/; committed to the towi-r, 2. 
71": exe-cuted for higii irea.-jon. 2. 
71a ; mentioned, 7. 'u6L 



88 MAixK niSToracAL society. 

Kssox houso. 2. CSa. 00(j, 71a. j war, 4. QlSn; in t]ic cxiiodition 

till', 9. ITS. I auainst tlio 8t. Fiv.iuis liKli;ui.>. 4. 

r.ti'henniis. the. livi-il in Acadia. 7. ! 2T::^/i ; lii.-^ <i^H jjhtorinairictl Lieut. 

lijbi: one <:iven to Cliani|ilain. 7. James (>.--udoil. 4. '2~iSit. 

202; ineluiied \\itli the Ahnakis, i tlie Kev. Israi'l. 4. L".i<. 

7. IvIO; attaeketl the fort at Tenia- Plans' History of liii^tol, eiud. 5. 

quill, 7. o41; mentioneil, 6. L'lO, 140)i, I'tin. 

I'll. lM-J. 2-'.'>. Eveletli, r.i]it. Nathaniel, early set- 

F.teniinquois rivi.r, i."2^^. ' tlei- of New Gloucester, 2. l.j.;, 

Ktienne, (Jovernor . 7. "20, 21. ' ].')."). 

liitserraboonet. 3. 4i's. John, grailuateil froni llowij.'in. 6. 

Europe, early trade witli Kichnmnd's o>V.^: death of. 6. ;^,i'.'.>,, ; teacher at 

island, 5. lT4;i; the inarati;ne na- llehron Academy. 8. lO'.K 

tions of jeal«>u>. 5. :;ii',i; the ex- Evelyn. John, his Diary and Corro- 

citements in drove eniinrauts to sjxvndence cited. 5. 24-'). 24t!. 24". 

America. 6. .J; mentioned, i. 41:];' Eveninu- Post. the. cited. 8. 20cS/(. 

2. TOr/, 2Ui>. L'<>9. 2Ti>. 2>i>, 2^.'.. 2^7; Everest, .sec Everett. 

3. ;vO.-^; 4. lU. 11. s."). M(. 2.")7: 5. Everett. Andrew, land granted to. 9. 
Ixii; 6. '.II. 1;]-;. 2-<0. 2nj, :;i;2. ;'.r,i, ;;7S. 0S2. 

412: 7. S"). 2'.)."). 2'Jt). 4:;2; 8. 2i;4, Charles Carroll, his Menioii- ..f the 

2'.t7, •"20, 4tin. 401. 4',)o. 4U0; 9. 70, Kev. Leonard Woods. 8. 4-^l-.',n. 

82, 8;',. 140. ItM. i Ebenezer, 5. xxix: 6. ;;.")'.». 

European politics effected the Ameri- \ Edward, his Dorcliester r)ration 

can colonies, 5. -jol. : cited. 5. I'.i'.i//; mentioned. 2. v: 3. 

races, the. their tcinh-ncy to im- 242, 24i.. 247, 248, 2.j1, 2.j'.): 8. l')o. 

provement. i. 0: cliaracteristics 42S. 44:;. 

of. I. U-IO. Evrest. Jolin. master of the I'rirnrose, 

settlements in America, cited. I. 2():;. 5. \:]:>. 

Euroj'cans. how they ohtained In- Ewinu'. . 8. 424. 

di:in lands, 5. h'.'.': their influence Exchange >trcet, Portland, owners oi 

over the Indians. 5. iV'o; none lots bounded by. i. •_'40: home of 

found on the coast before*l(j{)4, 7. , Joseph In^ersoll on. i. ;)ll, ;;]2: 

2.iG. I Land on sold to Phineas Jones, i. 

Eustis, ^lajor Abraham. 9. 1S4. 311: mentioned, i. 2',is; 8. 22."./>. 

Governor William. 7. 4l;j. j Excise Dill. the. opposed by -Sv lubo- 

Euxine. t!ie, 4. I'l. j rotiuh. 3. IsT. 

Evan^aline. 5. xxii. l Exeter. Liiuiaml, 2. 20(/: 3.280,0118: 5. 

Evans. Abigail, daughter of John, l'>. 1^2. 

married James OsLi'ood. 4. 27~^/t. N. IL. tlic Lev. John 'Wlietdwriu'ht 

Catherine, wife of David. 4. 2.'^1. in. i. 182/(. 341. 343. :]•")."); Pobert 

David. 4. 2'^1. I Drake settled at, i.-^.]t\,r, tlie lirsl 

the Hon. (Jeorsxe. trustee of Bow- | settlers of AVells came from, i. 

doin Colletie. 7. 4.")7: birtii of, 7. i 340, 3.">3, 3.")-"): home of Needh.im, 

■45S; graduated from college. 7. ' 1.340: home of Hutchin-o'i. i. 

4.")8: settled in Giirdiner. 7. 4.'"i8: de- 340; mentioned. 2. !■-••<: 3. 217; 4. 

fended Dr. Coolidge, 7. 4-")S. 4t)7; 2i;7: 7. 2.3.">: 8. l.j'.», :."J8. 

held political oilices, 4."<.'<-4.j'.t: an Ac;idemy, 8. liiO. 

exciting canvas over his election. : the Dean of. 6. 180. 

7. 4^/.)-, his labois in Congress. 7. Experiment, tiie. 9. 178 179. 

4.j9-400, 4C,;;_4i; I: in.s eloquem-e Ex river. 6. ].">. 

and inlluence in debate. 7.40(j-40.;, Extracts fr>m the Memoir of De Lit 

40(>, 409; promoter of the system Mothe Cadillac, 6.273-289; from 

of warehousing. 7. 404: 011 the the Records of York, i. 3i;3-;ji»l, 

A^id.urton treaty and Oregon dif- Eyer, Tho., 9. 30.j. 

ficulties. 7. 4i;4: coutroh-d every 

de])artment in :\Ltne, 7. 4(m; jk-o- Fabvan. Joshua. 3. 1SJ8, 2(^()n. 

pie jealous oL 7.4.-,.-,: r.tir.-il from Eaii'banks. Leiijamin. 7. 272, 273. 

Congress, 7. 4f;r,; ;i.s a lawyer. 7. . of New N'inevard. 4.391;. 

400-407; his speech at tlie r,,ol- Fairfax. 8. 3;i0: now Albion. 2. 29]; 

idge trial. 7.40.-409; address to settled bv the Keiui. bee nun h-ers, 

7'olk, 7. 4c,'.i-iTn; to Welister. 7, 2. L".il. 

470; in private liie. 7. 471; men- Fairheld, 4. 31.", 317. 34'.», .'mI, 372, 

tioiK-d, I. 410: 6. 41. :]'■,[. ;;71; 7. ' :j7:;. ::s,i, .M^^oi, -io4. 

41.-.; 8. .">•■>, 174, 4;;2. 4;]:;. ! Edward, in th'e -.garrison at FlI.uK 

Jol li. one of the ov.neis of Frye- Point, i.227/(: 3. lb': i.o>.ibIy a 

l>.l'J'i?) 4- -TS, 27.5/1; in the French resicU;ut of lilack Puial. 3. >J. 



tXDEX TO COLLFCTIOXS. 



89 



.Tercniiah. 7. 2^7. 

Gon. John, 8. 4. :'S. T;\ ~\, ~<'. 77. 7^, 

SI. ."^1'. S'), ^7. 1'-':J, ;]'.'7. 4.")>. l.Mi: 9. 

'2io. 
the Ucv. Jolin. 2. 141; 4. 24:;. ^44, 

1' .")"!, 2t'.7: 7. -'10. 
William. 9. !':'.. 
Kail hrook. laii'l n.ar sold to the 

^\'akt.•icys, r. I'j-]; incntioiu-.l. i. 

covf, (iotv Le%vi> owned hind near, 
I. 12;^. 

UnIi. i..J0*3. 
Falls of Arrnn-soak. i. -ioO. 

of C'arrytunk. 2.''2'\'J. 

of AVinslow. 4. ;j7.'). 
Kallstown. 4. L'lc'. 
Fahnoiith. Daiii-raMe county. 8.2:;4>i. 

Eniiland. i. ;',">."<.( ; a.iDc. 

Maine, foiiiier limits of, i. 21: de- 
stroyed hy Imiians. i. 21. 2".4 ; 
rdelunon<rs island a jiart of. i.41: 
llrst atteni]>ts to settle, i. 42. 42;(, 
51, r)9, (JS, l\>:]. :]H\n: olaitiU'd by 
the Jordan jnojirietors. i. 4-^-4ii"; 
Cleeves and Tu.-ker driven to. i. 

• 54; now Portland, i.fi;;,,: called 
Ca.seo, i.(;-J/(; new settlement in 
tlie limits uf. i. t'lS: James An- 
(lrew.s a resident of, i. r.'.i. l-O;,; 
submission to the jurisdiction of 
Mass.. I. 70. ]:;2. " l.-'.i; families 
of. I. 7'.;. 10'.. 112. 114. 144; 3. MS; 
hind at ,uraut<.d to C leevcs. i. oT: 
home of IJobert Corbin. i. in:.. 
1>^'>: home of (^eo. Lewis, i. 105. 
I'.'l; home of liiehard Martin, i. 
105; home of Miehael Mitton. 1. 
205; home of P'rancis Neah-. i. 
10.5, 11»7, L'Ho: home of Franeis 
Small, I. lu5; home of Thomas 
Stanford, i. l-c,. \S')n: home of 

■ John IMiillijis. I. 105. 121: home 
of John WaHi.>. i. 10.",. ISOji, 1S5; 
home of Nathaniel Wallis. i. 105, 
1^5; home of Nichohus White. 1. 
105; to establish boundaries, i. 
loo, oS7: to include Simrwink. 
Casco liay and CLq/ooard i>land. 
100, 152. oS7: the eastern bound- 
ary to be tlie boundary of the 
jurisdiction of Mass.. i. 107: home 
of Kobert Jordan, i. 107, l^o,,; 
the inhabitants of in 105'^, r. lo.",. 
112, 114. 144. 157. 1>0,), -n:;. l'15, 
24t;, 24'.». 275--7'i. 2-0, :;r.'-:;L'.;: 
limits.if mark.d our. i. Ill: oriiria 
of the name, i. il:.'; land at con- 
veyed to (ieo. Lewis, i. 11,S: lirst 
mills at, I. li'o. 121: land at con- 
veyed to IJobert Jordan, i. l:;2; 
Geo. Ch'eves a resident of, i. l:;:], 
l:>4, 145: 6. bil: Cleeves a deimty 
for, I. I.js; ;i|>pealed to .Mass. to 
settle the coniiietinic claims at. i. 
140. 14;j-i45. 2-i'}-2-^l\ not to dis- 



l>ose of the land claimed by 
Cleeves. 1.142; freenieu in, 1.144; 
oriu'in of the names of tlie i>laiids 
\\ ilhiii (he linnls of. i. l t:,-i li',; 
JewelFs island iriveii to John 
Tynu'. I. lis: liome of Ilauuah 
Ilalloon. I. 14".t: to reiiiv^' i.i\es 
fr.uu the islands in Case, bay. j. 
152: islands in the prorni limits 
of, I. l".-.': Matthew toe m.ned 
to, I. 15:;; li.ime of (Jeo. Munj«\v, 
I. 153: 2. 2:;2: 3. ;;22/, ; home of 
John Wakeley. i. 15:;; houie of 
Isaac Wakeley. i. 15:;; ho;ne of 
Tliomas Wakeley, i. ].';:. 212; 
liome of Anthony Uraikerr. i. 154, 
lSO/(. 1S5, 21s. 2:;o„. ;;(ii;: h.-nie of 
Thomas IJnickelt. i. 15 1; Ii>t of 
residents iif. i. 155, l.'.i'.. I'b"); a 
<;rowiiiL;' pojitdaiion, i. l-"i7. 2lO; 
commissioners fiu'. i. 15;i. l'.:;. 104, 
100, 174-175, ]:'7, •-':;i. 2I-.7; 3.1':;; 
Geo. Lewis constable lor. i. 150; 
onlered to attend nOiuiou.-. wor- 
ship, I. 100. 2i>l; a mir.i-u-r ]uo- 
cured, I. b'd : 3. 11: ih-^ired 
Thomas Jenner to (ind .1 niirOster, 
1. liil ; 3. 11 ; to choose a 'ie)iuty, 
I. 10;;: 3.47: reiiresented liy Rich- 
ard ("allicot, I. li;:;; Cleeves a 
commissioner l(n', i. 10:;; Thomas 
Neale the last de])nty for. i. ir,4; 
roads at not passable, i. l';5 five 
da.vs" jourui'y from Yoilc. i- bi".; 
courts held at. i. ic.il. isi. 241'. 245, 
25S: i>rison at. i. 110. l-.,,, 1S7; 
party sjiirit hiirh ag'ainst >[.iss.. i. 
170-171: Antliony Hraeken con- 
stable at. I. 175: home of I.aureni'e 
Davis, I. ISO;/: home -.if liumphry 
Durham, i. isoo; home of Walter 
Gendall. i. Isiin. 1S5, 2:11. i':'.2; 3. 
75, S). l:]5; home of John (;uy. i. 
1>0h: home of Michael Mailiver, 
I. ISO/j; home of Simiison Peuley, 
i.lSii/*; home of GcorLCe I'liii'pen, 
i.lSOji; home of Joscjdi Phippen. 
I. l"^0/i: home of James l;o->. i. 
l^Oii. 2:30. ;114: Inuiie of T!i::d.ieus 
Clarke, i. l>-^>n: home ot Poiiert 
-Staniford, i. isOn, ISS; home of 
Piilph Turner, i. ISO/C leuue of 
Nathaniel Whuff, i.iso,,: home 
of Jenkin William, i. Is';*; ac- 
cused of not attending' to the 
kin<j's business, i. 1S4; presented 
for not atteudin'/ to the- eonrt"s 
order, 1. lS4-ls5: horn.,' 01 Geo. 
In;rers<tll. i. 1-5. I'.i7. :;il; ordered 
to have an ov.-r.-iulit of c hilOren 
and seivants. i. t^i'i. I'OI: in-me of 
Phineas Itydtr. 1. I'-'-; ho-ic of 
llu;,'h .Mo.sicr, I. l.s'.t/-: 01-eve.«, 
the lirst iilanter in. i. lol: 6. ];;i, 
Fiani-is Xeale a leadini;- iniu in. i. 
ilOU; J: dph Turner constable 'jf, i. 



90 



MAINE IIISTOrjCAL SOCIKTV 



Falmouth. M;iino — continued. | 

200: Innd in ccMivi-ycd by Xoalo • 
to I'liipiu'U, I. i'iH>;;; people of 
move to J>;ilein, I. L'l'O,) : presented 
for not sending a juror, i. I'oO-i'oi ; 
traile in. i. •_'!>■_'. l'7>;. •2~,\). 4-2'>: the 
intertill all'airs of but little know n. 
I. '20'-i: deseribed l)y Joeel\n. i. 
iO.'); j^overned by seleetnien. i. -"'■). 
L'o-l. --'t"': laui at untuied to An- 
thony lirackctt. i.:.''U; jirisented 
for not attending; to the children. 
1. 'Jii4. o^O; home of Kiehard 
Powsland. i. '2'^:): prosj^erity at. ' 
I. 210. 2.')4, 2T')--T';: attacked by 
Indians. I. i'14: 3. I^j-"*: 4. To. 2_'2: 
Andrew Alirer killeil at. i. 214/;; 
3. b'5"): ^ave land to (ieo. r>ur- 
roughs, I. 21'J-21T. 2('i2; number 
of nu-n killed at. i. 2:^1. 222((. 2'.*')ii. I 
30I-002; ("apt. .">ilvanu.s Davis 
moved to, i. 221; soldiers sent to. 
1. 220, 2S0, 200: atYairs at. i. 22S: • 
James Koss retuned to. i. 2.;i.i: 
death of Anthony Eraekett. i. 
2o0/( ; death of Joshua Brackett. 
I. 2:j0/(; AValter Gendall com- 
missioner, I. 2^]] : not oecujiird ; 
till after the luace. i. 2:;i. i'-")4; : 
Jlobert Jordan ilid not return to. 
I. 2.']2; complained of the taxes. 
1.240; n()t represente<l in the lirst 
assembly, i. 241: Tiiaddeus Clarke 
ensign of, i. L'41: (ieo. Bramliall 
moved to, i. 241. :J0-^; tannery 
estaldished at. i. 241; Antiiouy 
Brackett lieutenant at. i.l'41; site 
of the meetin<4'-house. i. 244h: 
selectmen of. i.l'4'): landhohlers 
in. I. 24';, 24"^/(. 240: land specu- 
lator.'; in, I. 24j/(: a municipal ; 
coveniment oriranized. i.i'40: set- i 
tiers who' did n<it reluru after the 
Indian Avars, i. I'.'o; Xeale's proi>- 
erty sold to Joseph Holmes, i. 
2.jOn; Davis and EiiLclish jjeti- 
tioned for ceitiiu j'rivileire.s at. i. 
2-i0-2.jl ; petition partially i:ranted. 
I. 2.J1; lan<l u'rant to (iendall. 
Dacrc. In-ersoli. Madefer. Wallis. 
iJaniel and Haines, i. L'.'/l ; land - 
grants U) Davis. Im,des. InyersoU ; 
and Webber, i. :.'.">J: indelited to 
Silvanus Davi> f.u- her prosperity. 1 
i.2.">4, 2<'): ])rostrated by the war, 
I. 2.'j4. 277. mO.;. :;ii4: public liouse j 
opened at. i. 2"><-l'.-/»; John Cloice j 
movc'l from. i. I'OO: Mary Lewis 1 
born at, i. 2''.i: early ta.x list. i. 
201 /<: as a frontier post. i. 2t'.-r.: 
to garrison Fi)rt Loyal, i. liOO: to 
try small cases, i. 207; lumi>er i 
business of. i. :;00; to send j.ris- , 
oners to Fort Loyal. 1.271: land- 
holders titles confirmed, i. :^71 ; ; 
lax of tlie people of, i. 271-1^7:.', j 



32."]; contested claims of tlie ]>eo- 
ple. I. 272; land at surveved. !. 
274-27-") ; increa>e of. i. 27"'-l'7''. ; 
French rt.'fuL;ee> arri\ed at. i._'7t:; 
destroyed, i. 277: chief bn>iiirss 
of. I. 277; agitate(.l by inti'rtrd 
ciuninotii.il. i. 2S0--jsi ; iHiiri.in 
to (iov. l.radstreet. i. 2^i': tin- 
people exhorted to live in in-ace. 
I. 2>-.'): feared to be the cinicr oi 
Imiian troubles, i. :;<■>: Iiiiiian 
prisoners sent to. i. 2<;); soldiers 
at commanded by Lockhart. i. 
200; forces withdrawn, i. 2'.0 : 
people Heil to C'asco bay. i.-_'.>l; 
home of Silvanus Davis, i. i".'::; 
saved by Major Church, i. 2','.">; 3. 
10-"): council of war held at. i. -'.'u; 
soldiers (juartered at. i.20ti; ("apt. 
Willard stationed at. i. L'OO: fear 
of till' Indians, 1.207, 20~^: no r. u- 
ular troojis at, i. I'OS; locaiion of 
the forces at, i. 20S: the dot ruc- 
tion of ordered by the g')Vernor 
of Canaila. i. 301; town records 
destroyed, i. 303. 30.i/» : 2. 17-': 4- 
22'.t; the town ruined, i. 277; 0;i:;, 
304; 3. 137: 4. 73. 222: 6. ]:V,. 101: 
7. 50; the dead buried. 1.3*1.3: vi>- 
ited byrhipi)saud Church. 1.303; 
3. 1:37; relatives of the soldiers to 
be paid. i.3o3;(; Anthony Brack- 
ett returned to. i..30''i; Bramhall 
and the Cloiee family returned t'l. 
I. 310-312. 317: Dominicu> Jordan 
active in. i. 312; Nathaniel Jor- 
dan established at. i. 312-3,13: the 
Jordan i)Ostert.v in. i. -W-): Inune 
of Geo. Tuck. i. 313; James lioss 
jr. born in, 1.314; the Wallis po.?- 
terity in, i.317; Thomas Walter 
moved to, i. 317: John York 
moved to, i.317; tax list, i. 3i'3;. 
boundary lines settled, i. 3S7: to 
send deinities to the court of elec- 
tion, I. 3>7; to have a court, i. 
3>>o. 3S7; Danforth's deed to the 
trustees of given in full. i.'i'iA-'>')'>', 
home of John Palmer. 3. >i': or- 
dered to keep a ferry, i. 1-7: or- 
dered to establish a road, i. li'-: 
garrison house at destroyed, i- 
137; Geo. Biuroughs preached at. 
1. l->0; French neutrals sent to, i- 
170: 6.342; a rev(dution:iry con- 
vention held at, 3. l--^; home ot 
Jt)hn Skillings, 3. l'23: home of 
Philip Lewis. 3. ;;l'2/( : liome of 
Thomas Westl)rook. 3.33-'^; Waldo 
and We^tbrook owned land in. 3- 
330: i>ape)' null at, 3. '■','■',''>. '•'''■'•\ 
treaty of 1720. 3. :i77-4o."». :]'.>'>. '■>'."'<'. 
treaty of 1727, 3-407; touuage of 
in 1774, 4. 24; only port of entry 
in the state, 4. 24; commissioners 
for the treaty of 1740 met at, 4- 



INDEX TO COLLECTIONS. 91 

ljr<-107: tax of 17.04. 4. IPT: of • grniuninr soliool, 5. xxxii. 

i7<.'>1.4. 197; coinp;no«I t'> Kittoiy. noik, 3. l.'>. 

4. L'i>:.*-i?o:',; tlio jK-oplo of rut hay rorords. distniycd hy Iixlian^. i. 
in P'ryt'burir. 4. I'SS: lirst cliui\'ii oHo,;; 4. l'.".'; said to have 1m iii 
in. 5. liv; (.s( r also liist ohuri-li i>f takiu to Canada, 4. I'-IO; (.itnl. i. 
l\irt]aiid); Ca])t. .'^ilvanus Davis WJn, M'.l 

in cuniinand at. 5. •J77. '■)'■>'>:. (;<>v- Fal Ilivir. i. 111'. 

crnor rownill at, 5. :'.i'i"): fort to FalstalV. Sir John. 3. I'l?:' : 5. lt:',; 6. 'J.;. 

bo built at, 5. :;i;.">; tort at in a Faim- island, .Moutiis<,.r at. i.4.".r,. 

j'oor condition durin- .\.r.dio>" ail- Families in Falinmiih in I'Wii. 3. ;;>:. 

ininisiration. 5. ;;'.'.'; Capr. Lotk- at IHaok Point. liUH. 3. oS, :]>ii: .s-re 

hart reniovi-d fioni. 5. :'.'.''>: In- ;dso inhabitants. 

dian.s defeated at. 5.'-y.''>: letter of Famine river, i. AoH 

the Kev. Jacob Failey deseribin- Fanenil. Benjamin, land ur.inted to. 2. 

the destruction of. 5. 4:;T— (.'in; :.'>.•;. 

Bailey otliciated at. 5.4:]'.t; -Mowatt hall. 3. 2iU; g. SI. 

declared his intenlioii to destroy I'eter, g. SI. 

it, 5. 4:;0, 440, 44:'.; alarmed by Farley. Hon. F. W., 8. 107. 

the ajiproach of rlie tleet. 5. 441- Jose]di. 6. 7S. 

44l'; licet formed a line of ■ attle. Michael, i. L'4t*.. 

5.44i.'-44o; the peopk- allowed two Michael jr.. land crranted to, i. 244: 

liours to depart. 5.44:;: ,-:reat ex- lived in Ipsuidi, i.i'4t;. 

eitementat. 3. I'.i7-1'.'>: 5. 44:]-44."j: William J., son of Joseph, 6. 7s; 

aeommittee sent to wait on Mow- ;:radnated from coll,-c,' 5. TsJ 

att, 5. 44.j-44'i: coujpanie.s from studied law. 6. 7>: located at 

the adjoining towns arrived, 3. Thomaston. 6. 7^; character of. 

107: 5. 44(i; destruction of de- 6. 7S: death of. 6. 7>. 

.scribed. 3. lOS: 4. 7S: 5. xxxii. 447- Farmer. .Tolui, his (;enealoui(-al Feuis- 

44U; the peoi)le"s proi>erty stolen. ter cited, i. ]('i4//: 3. Ib'uc his 

5. 440: the town ruined. 5. 440- ' Book of Indians cited. 3.:J-_'4: his 
4-')0; Bailey's descripti.)u exatryer- : edition of Belknap cited. 3. .'.4;/: 
ated. 5. 4.10, ;; arriv.d of the Scotch- | 5. 17<!/(. 204. •_'47//, ■_".'.■>;( : L.-tter to 
Irish, 6. 11; destitution amonj^- i Dr. Abiel Holmes cited. 2. l-il, 
the same, 6. 11. 12: namesof those 1 14;]. 140. b'.O. 

who remaine.l, 6. 1^2; the Bow- Farminuton. in.-orporated. 4. ."0: 7. 
duins came to 6. 17: renewal of ' 270; jioiiulation of. 4. ;;'.i; ^rcat 
the church at. 6. I'.'2: Brockwell ! freshet in. 4. 40: an Indian settle- 
preached at, 6. l'.>2: people of in 1 inent in. 4. ;;oS: Baptists in. 4. 
favor of the Church of Kii'^land, '< :>0S; Methodists in, 4. .Jos. ;J;;;;. 

6. 102; the Bev. Mr. Hooper at. 6. ' 304: poverty in. 7.272: mentioned.. 
102; the Kev. John Wiswell called ; 2. 140, 2S0: 4. ;]()<. ;j(i'.t, ;]10 :;;j2. 
to ]>reach at. 5. 10:3: called Kas- : ;j.].j. ;;:;(;. ;];]7^ ;]4(). :j4i' :;4o| ;;4;>^ 
kabl', 7. ."jO; (governor Shirley held ; oOo. ;J04, ;104;i, ;]tM. Ds-j, y/.j-j. ;;!•.;, 
a cmincil at, 7. 107, 108, 175 : 8. [ 3!i4, ."JO-"), ;]'.iO; 6. 74; 7. i'74. 277^ 
224, 22.") : an express route formed , 2S."). 384, 4^S. 

to Fort Halifax. 7. 1<;>: slaves , academy. in«orporated, 8. 171: 

lield in. 7.214: iiopulatioii in l.iU. opened. 8. 171; preceptors. 8. 171 ; 

7. 214; Society of Friends formed i merged into the State Normal 
at, 7. 221; lirst jainting oiiice at. , School. 8. 171. 

8.170; Indian conference of 17')4, 1 Falls. Indian settlement at, 4. 31;(; 

8. 220: mentione(l, 1.7O. lOlw, 10., i the Indian name of. lo:>n. 
lOS, 113, l:',:>, 14ti. l.-jo, 172; 2. 113, ' Farm School, g. (;<. 

144. 140, 171. 172. 17s. 1.><(I. 1S2: 3. Farnham. Daniel. 2. 204. 

i'2, 24;(,40, 110. 130, 171, 1N4. Kjn. Farnsworth, Caj-t. . letters to fr<iiu 

ii02, 210. 221. 2--'2„. 22,. 27."</(. .3<;o, ; Arnohl. i. 4i;s, 472. 

o7s, 4o<, 4()'.t. 41n. 411. 41'.», 4-0, ' Farnum, John. 7. 22.;. 

4l-4, 427, 443, 44.*). 44';: 4. 23, l()s, married Martha Coc, i. l.'>4. 

117, 1.:.3, 100. 100. 17*1. 171, 17"a ,^ Farrar. I'rof. John, 7. 40.S. 

H'j, 1.^2, 332, 403: 5- -"''<>. -'i'S •■;i4. ' Farrett. James, a-ent of the Earl of 

•>•)«; 6.4; 7. 111. I'M. 17>, ]>7. Sterlinjr. 7. 144: land titles traced 

:-^20, 4^0; 8. lib/. 111,,. IIS, \:,-2, from him, 7. 144. 

^'<i'.», 211, 220,/. 2-7. ---. 2i".< 22'.)//, Farrin-ton, Abel, lirst white child 

•230, 234. 2;;.-.. 230. iM7. -.'.^s, -41. [ ],„vn in NorridLr,.xv.,.-k, i. ."do. 

o^^>'. ~^'"'} -':!"• ""'^' .-''"i: .-"''•, -'•'■*' ' ^''^I'^- '''''<""='^- I- '^10. 

', _" ' 5" "■'""^' '^-- "^^' ''•*■ ~'^'' ^'-' ^"*' ' children, the, of uucoinniou .size, 4 

172. ■ 



Gazette, Ijrst printed, 8. 170. 



;i.^G. 



92 MAINE HISTOIUCAL SOCirTY. 

Farrin, John, served in the Contineu- Fcnno. Itiohard, 2. 2G4. 

tal Army, 2. -214. 1 John, 4. 57. 

Farwfll, Lieut. Josi ih, 4. -J-^T. ' Miss . 7. .j-2:^. 

Father <<f American convcvanriiig', FtTiiinainl tif ArraLron. 6. 1-20;. 

the. 5. \[>'). Fergusons, the, settled in Wor^'ostor. 

of tlie ('ai'<'-^"ri<""l'>'iy- tln>. 5. lO'.hi. '6.1.]. 

Fax«>n. Dr. .Ii'lin. 6. ••".T-'." Ferlands. I>"Ahl)e. Canada, tiled, 0. 

l.ydia, dauuhier of Dr. ,]ohn. mar- ".'s„, !().</, . lif,i,(. 

ried to .Solomon Thayer. 6. -ITJ. Ferir.dd. tlie Itev. . of Thomastoii 

Fay;il. uine from, i. .")i'>, "i-")! ; 3. '.'>; 4. 7. 4'.'2. 

-j:]. \ F'crn:d<rs point. 8. ;!"2.'. 
Fayette. 4. :jOt3, 3.00. o41, GO']. ;''.r'2, 30:], Ferrit-s, at Spurwiidc river, i. 27"^. 3. 

6. lOii. i lO; privilege granted to SilvuniK 

Fay, Josfjdi. land granted to. 2. 2S1. ! Davis, i. 27>^: priee of t<dl. 3. lO. 

Fayerweather. the. llev. Samuel, in- ! 127: Falmouth and Searhoioui,'!! 

vited to preach in Wells, i. 34S: ordered to estahlish one. 2. 127- 

deelint'd. i. :]4-^. .340. 12S: at Blue I'oint. 3. 22."). 

Fcathcrstonehauuh. 4. 10.">: 8. S2. .'^4. Ferry, ^raine. 4. :;.'>■">. 
Febiger, Col. Christian, i. ."joO; olO, rocks. 3. 3.'), ^^. 142, l."i.'). l.")7. 

.52.S. I P'esseuden. tlie Ilev. Joseph r... 4. 2s'.';, 
Federalists, 4. ."lO, 00. r,l : 5. xxxvii. xl. (^en. .Samuel. 4. 2.s;»/(: 5. xli: 6.41 

Federal party, the. 5. xxxvii. [ the Hon. Thomas. 4. 2^!',». 

street. IJo.stou. 6. 12; in Whscasset, the Kev. "William, fust settled min- 

4. 330. istev at Fryeburg. 4. 2'i". i.'s'.);/; 
Felcli. P^liza, died. i.3:]3. Ids sister married Dr. Emery. 4. 
Fello\vshii>. the. I. 77: 3. 00. I '2^'.hi; biograiducal notice of, 4. 
Fellows, Joseph. 2. 17'.>. j 2^0/*; children of, 4. 2^0/,: nv.ii 
Felt. George, purchased land of the ! tioned, 4. 2."<.'.. 2.".<'.: 7. -'l'.': 8. !•;. 

Indians, i. 120; petitioned to the the Ilnn. William Pitt, coins fomi! 

g-eneral court. 1. 144: died. i. 1."jO»; in his girden. 6. li".': graduate.! 

lived at Xorth Yarmouth, i. l.JG, j from colle'j:e. 7.474: law partnei 

ISS; biograidnchal notice of, i. ' with William Willis. 7. 474 : uu-n- 

l.jOx; mentioned. 2. 170. 171. ISl. ; tioned. 5. xxvi : 6. l-M: 8.:;03: 30>- 

George. jr.. married .Jane 3rai\vorth. . of Sandwiek. 4. 271. 

I. 7i.>hJ !.>■>. 22.">: sold land inherited .teacher at Hebron Academy. 

from his father, i. 120: lived in 8. 100. 

Falmouth, i. l.">'). 21.".. 3_'0: son of Few. the Rev. Charles, hi.s assistance 

George, i. I-'jO. 22.'/(: a juror, i. acknowledired. 9. 3:)3/i. 

18S, 10,^: killeil. I.22.'.; his Jamily Fickett. Daniel, 3. S3. 

moved to Chelsea. I. •_'•_'."): chililren Jolm. 3. S:{. 

of, I. 22.)-, sold land to Walter Samuel. 3. 173. 

Geudall. i. 232: lived at Caseo Fiddler's Reach. 2. 21S: 4. 43,47: 8. 

bay, I. 230;(. 320: signed the peti- 111)0,114. 

lion to Gov. ]]radstreet, i. 2>3. : Field. Lieut. Daniel. 3. 173. 

Jonathan, r. 22.j. ; Darbey, first White :Mountain t.'ur- 

the Rev. Joseph IJ.. a descendant of ' i>t, 2. OSn; 9. ijOO; gave a Lrlowin;: 

George, i. 22i;)): arranged the account of the country. 9. 200. 

JIass. archives. 2. 47"/i ; his assist- Judge . 9. 2.j1. 

ance acknowledged. 2.47": 3. 117;', Fifteen Mile Stieam. 4. '■)'>*>. Z')2. 

5. 10-^/K \<t)n: Annals of Salem Figuit. .«(■' Fickett. 

cited. I. i'02/i: 3. 12, i: 5. \W\ Ilis- Fillel.rown. Thomas. 4. 7: 7. 2S4. 

tory of Ipswicli cited. 5. 2ls,(; p'illemore. Millard, 7. 421. 

Ecclesiastical l^.-^tory of New Finch, Lord, council for Gorges. 2. 37 

England cited. 9.:;17/K History of Firearms, used by Indians. 8. ■^<>. 

JIassachusetts coinage cited. 6. First rhurcli t)f Roston. jiai-t owner 

llO/i; Lectures on the Salem of (Ireat Chebeag. i. 147: .lohi; 

witchcraft cited. I. 2i'>4h; Memoir RhiHips a deacon of. i. \'>''>\ "I 

of Roger Couant cited, 5. 100;/, Poitland. sn^ First Parish. 

204)i. : flag of piracy raiseil in New Kn'.dand. 
Moses, lived in Falm<. nth and Xorth 5. I'O.^ ; hi>slile tieet titled out. 5- 

Yarmouth, i. V>u, 2:;0;(, ;;20. 2'a.'>. 

Samuel, i. 22.'>. Pari.sh of Portland, th.- Rev. Dr. Teh- 

Felton. Kdv.ard. master of the Angel abod .N'icols settled over. 5. 10: ^ 

Gabriel. 5. L'l'.iyi. i 371: the Rev. Thoma- SMiiih lir-' 

Felts Falls, 2. 1^1. | pa-tor of. 5. liv: the sixth .-hunii 

Fendi-rson, Pelatiah. served in the ' in Maine, 5. liv-lv: t!;e lir-i ca-t 

war of the Revolution, 3. 2u4. of Wells, 5. liv; Dr. Deane's p.is- 



lNl>f:X TO COILKlTIONi?. 93 

t'ir.ito. 5. Iv. Ivic tlic lU'v. Horatio vfssols on the coast in 1('.7". 2. i!"!.!- 

Sti'M'ins -etllfd ovlt, 6. ;!74. i riyniouth Colony i-n-a-ni in'. 2! 

f Kii. vxi'.utoii. I. .•>J. :>(). ."7. •"'•'.S; 2. L'7."), i;7'.': oontiiiucd (iuiiuL: the 

;n I. -juit; 4. :;:>: 8. i'"l>: ahiuKhmt .'■etilinu'oltlie K.innliec I'linliase. 

in Casoo bay. i. IM; tlie l;uk of 2. l'7S: carried on hy tlie Knulish 

the eau>e of the second Indian veiy early. 3. !•; 5. 144. ir,s; 6.~174; 

war. i.i:>.: ahnn.lan.e of, 3. -.'.ii'. 7. i:]-2: at i;ichinond"s island. 3.' 

:".'.;. -'-.'4. ::;•-":. :M7: 7. ;;«>:'„; rnred 71: 4. s',: tlnv.> xcva-rs made a 

fcr the l.aviL'n market, 3. ul.; year, 3. ',<7; luices j.nid for. 3. i'>: 

curions ones. 3. '.'I-;--.'. curious names. 3. ||>: ai Ku. ,.f 

••'i-sherJes, the, eniraj^ed the early at- J^hoals. 4. -J.-j; ai ."Seliastirook 4' 

tention of the settlers at Jdack ;il7; laws relatinuMo. 5. 7s. 7;i,'si • 

I'oiiit. 3. -JO; at ^trattons island, monopolized l.T tlie I'lymoulli 

3.27; linnipluvy Warren eniraireil Comi»any. 5. ir.'.t. I'l."., /j.a); at 

ir:. 3. I:.':;, li'.;,,: ( api. Seotio\ven- ^lonlieuan. 5. I>:;; 6.-^:;'; at l")a/n- 

tra-ed in. 3. li'>i; husincss extinct erille's covf. 5. Is;',; ^h-lshare 

duiin.i: <^>ueeu Anue's war. 4. ,4: Ucnnctt license.i. 5. ]>.;,/: at IVm- 

l-oor in Kitiery. 4. I'on; a help to aijuid. 5. -Ji':;: endeavor to make a 

^'cograidueal discoveries, 5. 144. nionopolv at I'emariuid, 5. '.".it 

ll."), l.vl; r.ritish navigation in- iff.o; rarly on the hanks'oi Nfu- 

< leased^ wirli the .^rov.th of. 5. fimiidland. 6. 17.J; fxiited the 

J-l.j. l^.•]: oi-iginated one of tue ciijadiiv of Europe. 7. I'lHi: estal>- 

disj.utes wiiich led to the death li>hed at Matinicns, 8. I'lC,; f.ir 

of Charles i. 5. U-'): extended to ! sturgeon illicet. 8. ;ji^J: ,sr»" als^ 

the 2s ew En- land shoi^s. 5. 1.').j: : fisheries, 

one of the eiuet inducemcms for i>land. 5. 20. 2'). 

colonization, 5. 17-;: 7. ;;i-: a Eishkill. 3. 2u;;. 204. 

s(nnce of evil to the English an<l Eish river, 8. ol. 4:]. 

fivnch in America. 5. 174-17.;; Eiske. the Kev. Albert W.. preached at 

facditated by the settlements, 5. .><carborouq-h, 3. 102: moved to 

E^2: a mon.ipcdy of injurious. 5. Kittery. 3. 1(;2. 

2<At: ruined. 5. 27-"j: early known the K'cv. joiin C).. l>ioj:ra;,!ii;-al noti-e 

to British merchant.^, 7. l;j:j; at of Eev. J. W. Ellin-^voud 7 .•;71- 

Penvaouid. 7. 210: sjioik-d by t<.io ;j7^. 

niauy factors. 7. .]-!): at L>le.v of Jo>iah. teacher in Lincoln Academy, 

••-hoaies. 4. 1'.;: 8. -'.'4: vioon.uvly 8. I'lO: teacher in Warren Acad- 

prosecnted by tiie JMymouth Col- emy. 8. 172. 

"iiy. 9. 7^: uf the Laconia Com- Fitch. .Jabez. siLiiied tlie treaty of 17i;i, 

pany. 9. >;oO: mentioned, i. 3i),ol, ; 6. 2.',t;; auto-raph of, 5. 2-:t). 

O-j, 00. .j.jl; .see also tishinif. ; John, 7. IG-S. 

lasher, Prof. George P., 6. o-:]n. j Capt. Joseph, proprietor at Pema- 

rishemien, early at Pemaqnid, 5. 144, | rpud. 5. .•ji)2. 

1'>'j: at Munhegan, 5. LVj; at New i Thomas, 3, 411, 4;]S. 444. 

Harbor. 5. I'.fl: at bagadahoc. 5. Fitchburu:. 8. 41:;. 

2-J2: driven from the coast by tlie Eitt>. — — . married a daughter of 

i-rcnch, 5.20.:.-'."^: warneil not to Isaiic Davis, i. ;JUU. 

visit Acadia, 7. Zo-ol: early on Fittz. Eben. 3. ISU. 

the coast, 7. ];;o. ];;;j-l.j4; S.olu; Eitz-tiald. 4. ;jl7. 

number on the oast in 1701. 8, Lord Edward. 8. 4. 7.5. 

b^O; alarmed by the news of war, , CJeorge. 4. .■j4'.t. :;.".o. 

...,*•--•-• ^^.,, ^ i Fitzpen. the original of the present 

J.'^ i House Hill, 3.. •]20. | Phippen, i. ll;j,u 

'ijilung, trade with foreign countries, i family, Kobert Jordan married into, 

»-'j2, .otj, 57; vessels on the coast | i- 2.J4;!. 

of Elaine, i. .>.">; at Caj>e Elizabeth, : Five Nations, 4. I.'IO. 

»--7j; largely carried on in New Wounds, the. 5. 210;;. 

Lii-land, i. i'7>: 2. 00«, lo;]-lu4: ; Flag, one given to the Hidians, 5. .",70, 

'"interest to En-land. 2. is„; in- '< ;j77. 

f^tilk-d. a desire lor colonization, 2. ; Flagg, (^ershom, 2. 2.'>;0: 7. 11.0/!. 

2i.if/: vessels .sent out by Poidiain, Mrs. J. P.. 7. ;j. (J. 

2. ;-'-J'/; of importance to the Ewj;- , 31arv. 7. .■j'.o). 

lish, 2. ;3s„. ;>>; at the mouth of ! ^, the buihler of fort at Fal- 

the Kennebec. 2. 4--/: 7. .-jKJ: 1 mouth. 5. .JH, ;jb-^. :;t;t; ;;i;t ;j-4. 

'gorges interesled in. 7. OO'/; Wes- 1 , of Clinton, 4. ;jl7-:Jl^. ' 

j-on engaged in, 7. ,;*/,; John Par- , Flanders. 7. 141«. 

ker engaged in, 2. 102: number of , of America, the, i. 41:3. 



94 



MAINE IIISTOniCAL SOCIKTV. 



Flavol. .T.ilin. 7. 44S. 

Flax. <ir(>\\ii in LittlclxMo. 4. 00."); 

raised in Xfw Kii^Iaini, 6. .'Ji'S. 
riaxsri'il, 2. '.>^. 

Fk'a. .loliii. siiriud tlic in'titioii to 
Gov. Di:iii>lri.H'l. I. -j^:',,!: Wwd at 
Falniomli. i. .'.I'li: ^i-ti('(i tlie \h-- 
tiiiciii to ( 'JKirli -^ II. I. -liiL'. 
Fleet stieel. l'<irilan>l. now .'MiinnKT 
street. I. lMJw: o\vnei> of lots 
Itouiided liy. i. l'47. 1.'4T//. 
prison, the. 7. ;ii. 
Fleteher. the Kev. Xathauiel. i. G4i>, 
.•;4'.i/(; 4. L'.")'.'; 8. ;];ii'. 
IJichard. 5. xli. 
Scth, 3. L'>. 
T., 7. ISO. 

, of Canaan. 4. o<VS. 

, signed tlie jietiiion to Croni- 

woll. I. .;'.'."). 

Capt. . 8. '.). 

Fletehor's neck. 2. So». 
Flcweii, Tlionias. ^i^■ned the petition 
of IGTi' to Mass..^ 5. -.Ml. 

I'linu'. , of .Seven Mile Brook, 4. 

o47. 
Flin*^, abundant, i. .">04. 
Fdward. 4. .M'.i, .:4l. 
Elizabeth. 4. .lou. 
Dr. James. 5. li. 
mountain. 4. 100. 
Fcflly, 4. :;o;). 
Kuy:\l, 8. 10. 
Sally, 4. ;-M'.i. 

Mr. , ui Farmiuiiton. 4. .003, .304, 

S'.i.j. 

Mrs. . 4. 304. 

PMil'sou, Fredeiiek. 5. 130. 
Floies, the island ol. 3. l".i(I. 202. 
Floiida. on De I.aet"> luai). 2. IT"; the 
Southern limit of ihe elaini of 
England. 2. I'.t./; the early part of 
North Anurira fte.ttled, 2. 20<7 ; 
Chaini'lain hoped to extend his 
(liseoveries to. 7. p;:;; mentioned, 
I. 2.;; 2. lOr/. 7(j'.'; 8. 0, 3rj, 331, 
332. 
Historieal Soeiety. 7. 4^4. 
Florl<lans, the, 4. 07. 
P'lorins, the <iiiuin of the name. 6. 140. 
Flory, Capt., sc- Jlableville. 
Flour mills, i. 20'J; 4. tO; see grist 

mills. 
Floyd, Capt. .John, arrested for askint^ 
for provi.-ioiis for his garrison. 5. 
30.">,3'.'0; dejiij-ition of, 5. 300. 
Flueker. Lucy, daughter ot Thomas. 
Jriarried to (ien. Knox. g. Oij. 2-j7 ; 
lier 'i'ory frieiids oj)jiosed her mar- 
riage. 9. On; attained a high posi- 
tion, 9. '.Ml. 

Thomas, married Hannah Wahlo. 9. 
S."), by, 227: seeretary of the jtrov- 
inee. g. ^'.1; a ioyaii-t. 9. ^0; went 
to England. 9. Sii; purchased 
Samuel Waldo's shares in his 



father's patent. 9. SO; his pro)^er-', 
forfeited. 9. Sj>; his danglOer n:..' 
ried CJen. Knox. 9. '.■^y 227; ], . 
charges for removing c; en. Wald..'- 
remains, g. ii;!. 
Mi>. 'i'honias. 9. 00. 
Fluellen. an Iniii.m Sauamore. 4. ^ ' ': 
traet. tlie. owned hv Major I'liiilii- 
4. 41 1. 
Fluent Hall. Fortland. 8. ]'■',, 
Fly, .James. bioi;raphieal noticp of i 
210. 
AVilliam, 3. 210. 

Flye, , of Fifteen .Mile Stream. < 

3.>2. 
Flying Point. 9. 13,2; formerly I'i; • 

Point, 2. 171. 
Flynt^ Henry, signed the treaty ■•'. 
Iil3. 6. 2")."): autograph of. 6. 2j" 
Flypsie. Fr.. 5. 7"). 

Fogg. Daniel, lived at J\ittery, 3. 7-: 
at Searborciugh. 3. 78; moved !•> 
Maehias, 3. ]~,S: hiograidneal no- 
tice of, 3. 210-211; mentioned. '.. 
V)\K 100. 
David, served in the \var of the 

IJevolution. 3. 2(>4. 
James. 4. 20.j. 

John, meetings held at his hou.-' . 
3. 100, death of, 3. 211; children 
of. 3.211. 
John jr., 3. 211. 
Jonathan, 3. 21 1. 
Moses. 3. --Ml. 

Pkeuben. in charge of provj.sions. 3. 
1 2(Mt; served in the war of the iiev- 

j olution. 3. 2iJ3. 

I Samuel. 3. ItiS. 

Seth. at the capture of Loui.sbur_'. 

3. 172/i. 211. 
W.. 2. 171, ISl. 
Foulant point. 4. 200. 
Follen, . Abraham, submitted to the 
jurisdiction of Mass.. i.3S0; 3.40: 
lived at ]ihu-k Point, 3. 80. 
Folly mill. 2. isi. 

Folsoni. Albert A., preached at Barli. 
I 2. 22s. 

Charles, his assistance acknowl- 
edged. 6. 123». 
' Geoige. foun<l the patent of Le">vi< 
' and Boni'jliton. i.44/(; his Ann';- 

j versary Discouise. 2. :;-73: r!.-. 

same cited, 2. 70: 8. 2'.i4: his Ca"- 
' alogue of Original Documen:- 

cite<l. I. ]-3/(; 7. 4<1 ; his llist.'iv 
of .Saco and IJifhleford puhlishe •.. 
I. .">; the same citeil. i. 44h. 1" '. 
M'); 2. 48/». 40/(. 237/1 ; 3. 10?/, -• 
3.'>H, 00//, l.-,3, 100. 202«; 4. 411: 5- 
xix, l.O.s?/, 170//, 174//, 224//; 6. !7'. 
182/i, is.j/i, l,s>',(^ 3-j7; 7. 'J'>')it, 3i.il- 
Dr.. 5. xviii. 
Foote, the iJon. Erastus, birth of. C- 
7-/r. studied law, 6. 72//.; oiu-ie. . 
au olUce in Camden, 6. 71, 7- • 



IXDKX TO COLLECTiOXS. 



01 



moved to Wi-ii>nsriot. 6. 7.; liold | 

j>ul'li«' I'dico. 6. "■_'; iii.in ifd. 6. ! 

7J/*; (loatli ol. 6. T-/I : left oik- sini, i 

6. 7-'/'. j 

J'.i:isius jr.. 6. 7-/J. I 

i;.>!.crt i;.. 5. inii. I 

Vi>rl'usli. a Sidt.li-lrish iinino. 6. 1'.'. ! 

fi'ico. IV'tiT. lii'^ Aiiur'u-an AirluNos , 

cittMl, 2. S": 5. i7'i/(. i;';i/). 44o. 1 

F,.nl. (ri(!c(.n. 4. .l"..;. ' 

jLiaiK', A\ it'e nl StcjiluMi. i.:m-": iniii- 

islietl fur al)uso and slandiT, i. i 

•)7-">. ! 

Stti>l:C'n. lived at the Isle of Sjioals. ;' 

i.:'.7'': Ids wiro puni^lied for slan- - 

dcv. I. ;;7'>. ! 

Fore river, bound of Trela\vny"s j 

jxrant. i, 4S: elaiined as the oriui- 1 

nal C'asco river, i. -i'.*: title to the i 

land on the south shore ^iven to ! 

Trelawny, i. 71: controversy of 

the title revived, i. 74; land on ' 

conveyed to James Andrews, i. 

117; i;(d)ert Jcudan niver oecu- ' 

I'ied land n^irili of. i. I4l': tarly 

trade at. 1. :iol--jnj: settlenunt i 

on. I. I'OG; families livini;- near in \ 

lCr,r>, I. iflfi; possibly the same as : 

l..evetfs river, 2. >')ii: luentioned, ; 

I. 4G/*. f.O/i. 7l'. 140. \",. l^u/,. rjo. I 

L'4S, 2!.t:]. Mil: 8. lll./w. ! 

street. Portland. i.Ol': of Wiscasset, I 

4. :;.;ii. j 

Foreside. home of .bilm Maine. 2. 171. 
Forester, . rMi!ii>idi)r of the I'ly- 

mouth Con'.pany. 8. -JWhi. ' : 

Fore.sts, the. secured fur the IJritish : 

navy, 6. IS. | 

Forks, the, of tlie Kennebec Pavtr. i. ! 

4.M*. I 

Forsyth. John, 5. xx.wii; 8. G7, O'J, 70, 

Fort A litany, 7. 140. 

Ann. 5. ;};»."). 

Anne. 9. 14:^, ]."], i:>], ]rji. 

Av.raiiia. 7. l'/-)ii. 

Peausejour. 8. -JSo. 240, 2s1h. 

lirunswiek, 8. L'>;4. 

Chaih's, name uiven to the fort at 
PeuKuiuid. 5. :.'71: C'ajir. Wiems 
sun-endcrcd. 5. i'7l': builr. 7. I.'m: 
8. 1^1'.: fianixtncd liy Now \(>ik 
troops, 7. l.-,7: 8. ]>*;: tlie eom- 
niander obnoxious. 8. 1^7: men- 
ti>)nL-d. 5. :.'4. :]>), :^71; -ste also 
Fort J'eniaiiiiid. 

Ciind^erland, 4. :'.<>. 

Durnmer. a minister sent to. 4. 120: 
trading house at, in tin- caie of 
Capt. Pith-(.\v. 4. ]•_".», l;!l, i;j2; 
mentioned, 4. 141. I'G^. 

Duipiesne, the maridi to, 4.2^2: now 
F'oit ]Mtt and Pittsburgh, 4. L'82/i. 

f>Iv,ard, 4. 2-.'^. 

Kd^eeomb, 9. ];J1. 

i'rankfort, site of, 6. llt.jn; called 



Fort .'Shirley. 6. 10.'); commanded 

by Goodw in. 7. 177. 
Frederick, at Pema»iuid. the scat of 

(■<d. Dunbar's i^ovfriuuiut. 6. IS; 

supidied with troops. 6. 1^; (jip. 

turiil. 6. 2>:'.; nuiuioni.i!. 5. ;;i;G» ; 

9. 110. 
{;as]Hi( aux. 8. 2'^! u. 
Geor:_re. built to j.rotict the colo- 
nists. 2. 2S,(. 107; l,i,ilt ],v ( :.,pt. 

(lylcs. 3. ;n4-:u:). :'.]!,(. :;.'..->: In- 

tlian confeicnce at. 8. 211;<. 21:'.; 

mentioned. 3. ;'.lt".. :;l'o. 44:'.: 7. ]'j2; 

8. •_'<:;„. l'^.'i: 9. Ido. 
Georij:o. N. ^■.. g. 1^."). 1^7, piij. 
llalifax. built iiy >hirU'y. 1. 4(>0; 2. 

27".*. 2s-_': 8. 207,1: silr.aiion q\. i. 

4C)0;(: 2. r.'O: 5.4l':;: 7.107. b.s, 17.J, 

170: 8. 2:;."). -:J0. •j:>-i'40. -M, ^.jO; 

garris.uH'd by New Knuland trooi>s. 

I. 40O; described, i. 400; 7. 17G; 

provisions to be sent to. i. 40^; 

Arnold's ex]>lorini;- jianv at. i. 

r>04. r,iu: 8. L'77: commandid by 

Cajit. Lirh^ow, 5. :w<{\,i. A\~i.4-S-l\ 

7. 3 77. 17s': 8. i:.2^ i':>. -j-:;; or- 
dered to be btnlt I i."i4. 7. io7. p.iO; 
road built to. 7. los; 8. 2;'.'J-:.':;(): 
garristm left it. 8. los. 177: j,art 
of the garrison attacked. 8. loS- 
ItJO, 171-172; stores for stopped, 

8. lO'J; funds and supi)liis raised 
fnr, 7. 107: 8. 100, 172. 174. 1S2- 
IS;',: a truckman apjtointed lor. 8. 
170; ].risoners fnuii tarrii-d to 
Ca)iada. 7. 170. 174: to be re- 
enforced, 7. 170. 172. 174. 170; 
men eidisted for. 8. 107. 2 1:;. :j44, 
244/i, -Ml, 270--71. i'7>: soldiers 
sent to escort jirovisions to, 7. 
170-171, 177; C'apt. Lith-ow to 
give information conrerninjr the 
needed repairs at. 7. 174. l.-:;;-lS4; 
built to curb the eneiny. 7. Wi\ 
Preble commissioned as com- 
mander. 7. 17s; in a deplorable 
C(mdition. 7. 17'J-1S1, 1S2. l.^.^i. InS, 
10:-;: 8. 240,-i'40. 257-2.-.>: an at- 
tack threatened. 7. Is4. 10.;: had 
no lla;:, 7. is.'); jxior a<'cnmuda- 
tions at. 7. IS.'j. Iss: improved 
by Lithgow, 7. ]S(i. ]^7. 1,--S; 
stores carried to. 7. 1.^7: furs sent 
from. 7. ISS; j)lans of, 7. j ^i-. loO; 
8. 2;l(;, 2M0, 1^72; stone from at 
Marshfield, 7. loo/c 8. 2'-l.:;.S2ft; 
the corner stone of at Amru.^ui, 7. 
lOO/i; 8. 2^1; cost of repairing', 7. 
192: an Indian killed near, 7. 104; 
soldiers desired to be released. 7. 
107: boats at decayed. 7. loS; men 
to be dischaif^ed. 7. lO.s; tlie most 
extensive fortilication in Maine, 
of the last century, 3. loo: built 
to furthei- the interests of the Ply- 
mouth Company, 8. :,'2.j; report of 



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malm: IIISTOEICAL SOCIETY 



Fort Iliilifiix — contimiol. 

Sliirlry. 8. l'l'.J: could only be ;it- 
t.U'kfd liy smiill arms. S. SV.K L'T-I: 
tlio inati'iials for ucic prepaii"! 
at Fraiilvf.nt. 8.1' -JO: itiati'i ials lar- 
ric-d to, 8. L' 1 1 ; naiiii' of. 8. l'-i'J.;: 
in^Jcril•ti«'n 011 the stmu'. 8. :.'4i',(: 
tlu- hnildt rsaitarked. S.-'C;: fi-ar^ 
of a fiirtlier attai k. 8. i'44: l!;>.ni- 
slujis of tin- liiiilders, 8. I'lo,,. •24',, 
24'.', :i4;'/i. L'">ii.(; cxiieiise of trans- 
jiortinij; stmes. l'.".l'/( : jilans for 
laid liefoif till- (oiiiiri!, 8. L'lil ; 
troops sciil to miaid inovisions. 
8. 2(iC.; .uoo(]s at. 8. 2'>;: pay of 
men at. 8. l'T": nun at attaekt-d. 
8. I'Tl; Col. Montiv>sor at. 8. I'T-": 
foundation oi surveyed 1)V the I!ev. 
T. O. I'aine, 8. -7:]. l'T4'; well at 
built by (ien. Winslow. 8. 1^74: 
^uard sent to from \Vells. 8. j7-7; 
Ezokiel Potter ensii;ii at. 8. :.'7-7. 
275«; part of removed. 8. :.'77: 
I.ieut. Howard at. 8. L'7>: ni> uar- 
rison at in 1777. 8. ■^7>: useii for 
other piiri)oses. 8.:^7N: one fla.nker 
remainiuL;-, 8. 27^, 271'. 2>U: (.'apt. 
Lith^row a trailer at. 8. 2>.0-l'>G; 
remains of repain-d. 8. i^v-^'.': a relic 
of the i)ast. 8. 2Mi; nientioneil. 2. 
241; 4. 10. ii-_>. li:j. :jiN. :j.-,(); 5.IX, 
oOS: 8. 112/), 114. Ui.i: 8.204, 1'21,), 
222/i. 2_'.';. 2:.';;/;. sM. -J'-]^. L'f,.",, 27'.t. 

Its Projectors and IJuilders. by 
William CJoold, 8. 1'.»7-2j>'.i; ^Ia- 
teiials for the History of. by 
Jo.seidi Williamson. 7. ir..j-l'j<. 

Hill, Au<,Misla. 8. 27-'J-27t;. 

Hill, Boston, 5. 48: 9. ;Jii^/(. 

Hill, Gorliam. Capt. I'hinney set- 
tled at, 2. 141^147: home of .James 
riiinney. 2. 14>;: linnie of llu^^^b 
McLellen, 2. 14S-14'..'. 

Indejiendenee. 8. 120/i. 22!'//. 

island, origin of the name, i. I.!i0; 
now Bang's island, i. l.>o. 

James. 5. 8, 27, 7;J. 74. 7.';. !'] . 101. 
]0;3, 104, 10.">, 107. 10>^, lO'J, 110^ 
111, llo, loO, i:j2. 

Knox, 9. 1(!2. 

I.a Tour. 9. 110. 

Loyal, committed to the care 6f 
Walter Gendall. i. 2:J1 ; court 
Leld at, 1.242. 24-^: erected. i.:.'42; 
it.s site, I. 24:]. i".''J; 7. .V,»; com- 
mauded by Edward Tyn'^^ i. i'4»), 
20.V, ;jlfJ; erected ou land belon.:::- 
in;^ to Mary Mnujoy, i. l'.';4; inain- 
tained by the revenue from trade 
"with the Indians, i. l'i;..j. 2ijt;; ;_'ar- 
ripon raised, i. 2';(i; number of 
men in the j^anison. i.-j>?]; partly 
supported by .Mass.. i. I'tjfj: repint 
of the .M;tss. committee cnicern- 
Jng, I. 20(J/(; sawmills taxed to 



support. i.2()7; to be commnnded 
by Anthony Hrackett. i. •j'.s. i.'7ii; 
Hcnrv Harwood di.-eharued from 
1. 270: Walter (iend.ill {<< be sic- 
ond in command, i. 270; to l.>e re- 
l«aired. i. L'7o: to ]<v i;v,d as a 
l>rison, I.270--J71 : mill tax >ioi)],.d 
by Audios. I. i'7o,': sujiprivii by 
.^ilv.iniis I)i\is, I. •^-',,i.-'>-: tlie 
defenst. htt to private iuiiividuals^ 
I. 201-L'",iL'; forces w ii lidiaw ri. i. 
L".M-2'.'2; besie;_'ed. i. 2'.i'.»-:;oo: 7. 
">'.': capitulated, i. :;oo. ;',o:;; 3. 
b!7: account of the attack. i.:;ou- 
;joi : i)risoners taken to (,;uebee. i. 
:'.0I. Brackett and JJramhall kille.l 
near. i.2!;(J; John Parker soimlit 
refuge in, i.:Jo2; cannon it-moved 
frcun. I. :;o."]; ludia.n cajitives 
taken to. 7. .37; Capt. :siivanus 
l)a\is in c(unm;ind at. 5. ■]:>'): 7. 
•")!'; surrender of. 7. ."/.'-Co; g. :.".i; 
massacre at. 7.(30: :<t. Castii>e not 
guilty of jierlidy. 7. (iO; Lieut. 
Clarke killed at. 7.1;'': mentioned, 
I. 20:s: 2, 172; 3. bjs. ;;4.-,. ;J4S; 5. 
28.'); 9. :J2. 41. 

'Mackinaw. Cadillac at. 6. 270; one 
of the French cordon of military 
post.s. 6. 270. 

Niagara. 9. l.s."). 

Orange. 7. \')'.\,i. 

Pennupiid. guns taken from to Bos- 
ton and New I'ork. 5. l-Mn. :.'7s. 
27'.'/;: to be under rlie governor of 
Xew England, 5. 20." ; in ruins. 5. 
20.V20(i; to be repaired. 5. 207; 
Andros entertained Indian ^-piaws 
at, 5. 208: named Fort Charles. 5. 
271; cajiitulated. 5. :.'71-272, 274, 
278: destroyed by the Penoli.>cots, 
5. 272; site of, 5. 27>: di^m.mtleil, 
5. 270; described. 5. I'l'l. I'OLj. 
2!t2/i; 9. 41-42; the ruins of, 5. 
2yi«; demolished by the Fretich, 
5. 2'.t;J; 9. 44/1 ; Massachusetts ad- 
vised to rebuild it. 5. i';'0, 2'.'7: 
probably an earthwoik. 7. l.j.";; 
erected by Dunbar. 7. l'i'.>: built 
by Phipj.s. 9, 41 ; mentioned. 5. 20, 
21, 22, ;J0, 40, 47. rj7, - '■'. 217. 
2.-J1, 200, :j26; 7. l:J:;: 9. 4:;/*, 44/,; 
.sfe also Forts Charles and Pow- 
nell. ami William Henry. 

Penobscot, oecuxjied by ,st. Castinc, 
7. 4'mi. 

Pentagoet, commanded by de Cham- 
bly, 7. 40; captured by the Dutch, 
7. 40; in i)ossession of .St. Castine. 
7. 47 ; letter of Gov. Dongan to, 7. 
47; stood (jn the site of the Ply- 
mouth trading house. 7. .72; re- 
mains of, 7. 52; surrendered to de 
Grandfoiitaine, 7. -7 J -.".«■■ J; oceuipierl 
by three natives. 7. .72: condition 
of in 10s7, 7. 5:J; .St. Castinc 



INDEX TO COLLRCTIONS, 



97 



croctc'd a hmiso iumt. 7. ."•''.; or- 
rliard mar, 7. •'>:'.: A mhos ]>vc- 
]);iriMl to ri'lmiM 7. •''4: tli<' idra ot 
rehuililiii.u;' uivou iiii. 7. ■>•"■: l)o- 
l(MiLjo(l to the Fic'iuli, 7. .")."); iiKii- 
tioiK'd, 7. :)7 ; 8. ;]:;'>. 
ritt, foriiiorly Fort I)u<husik', 4. 

riyiuoiitli. on M'e Puiuilisci-t. 5. lM'i; 
t-aptui<-il liy 1) Au'.uiv. 5._-l">- 

Pt>iiit, I. t'lH/: 2.-s.]<: 5. oTT.i, ;JS-lyi; 
9. 88. '.•■-'. -'--'l. 

Point Haibnr. 5. ;;T^yi. 

Point Light Hoiiso. 5. i'S:"".)/. 

Popham. I. -J'Jii: 3. :i^^''; 7. li'T. 2o!i: 
9. 1:50. 

PoNViiall, niati'iials for collected nt 
Fahnoutli. 5. ■)'<■>. '^<iir. Prrok' in 
conunanil at, 5. :>]i'>/i. '■)^i'>: site ut 
decided uikhi. 5. o^:'.. :N."w/ : eoin- 
l)leted and eo>t ul\ 5. :;~>'i: 8. iMO./c 
named in honor ut the gusfrnor, 
5. oO'jiu '■)><>: garrisoiuMl till the 
war of tlie devolution. 5. :;>'i: 
olHcers in command at. 5. ^-^'i; dis- 
mantled by Mowat, 5. :^i;--;-^.. 
3ST»; renviins of still \i>il>le, 5. 
oST; Gen. Waldo huried at. g.'.'i': 
mentioned, 1. ■>*)-: 5- •>'•"'. -''i'^k: 6. 
200: 7. S. I'.^S: 9. '.);]; si 1 al>o Fort 
Pcmaquid and Fort.> on the Penob- 
scot. . ] 

Preble, i. ^Oln. I 

Piehmond, at Dresdi-n, 2. r."'.h built, ' 

2. L'T'.t, iT'.i-i: 8. I'O'). ijii.;,, ; Mr. 
Macclenaclian at. 3. l'T4. "JT'i: 4. 
111."); 8. lUhr. a frontier fortress, 
4.7"); a tnu;kii'.>use e>tabli>iied at, 
4. loT: tlie liev. .hu-ob liaih-y 
moved to. 6. I'.tT: (;a]>t. William 
Lithjiow in command at. 5. 417: 7. 
177: 8. linO/f, s'j^. I'^o: decayed. 8. 
•211 ; to be rebuilt and enlar'^ed, 8. 
211, -2111,; otliccrs of, 8. i'11/K at- 
tacked, 8. 212; extent of the ' 
buildin-s at. 8. 212,.: a residence [ 
of the mini>tcr. 8. 212//: the prin- ' 
cipal fort on the Kennebec river. 
8.21.'): proposal to move it up llie 
river, 8. 21*)/i; Indian spy at. 8. 
210; site of. 8. -Ju-: disniaiirled. 8. 
2t;S/i; mentioned. 3. 4it7. 4i)>: 4. 
li:i, 14.">, l.js, l.'/.t. 1'-^. 171. 172. 
175, 17s; 5. 42S: 7. !(;>. 17.">, 17'.t. 
ISO, l.s"), l'.'";; 8. 117/1 2M.-.,/. •_'o7h, j 
214, 21."), 2:12. 2:;'.t. 2 17, 2."il , 2.J2;(, ; 
200, 207, 20s, •_'>■".. 2^7. i 

Forts, (in f:jeneral). at Arrowsic. 5. 1 

2.>:]; at iJlack I'oint commenced, : 

3. l-'Jl, i:]2; land given by Scottow. ; 
3. l..;2; descril)ed, 3. l.';2: at IJruns- i 
■\vick, 3. ;j7o; at Carleton. 9. 110; I 
at Ca.sco, i. 2'.J1; 3. :J1">, :;t-<; to be 
erected at the Kennebec river, 5. j 
87; 7. 107. 170, I'J.J; John North l 
scut against, 7. 107; at New Cas- j 



tie. I. 201: at Norridgcwock. 4. 
;;4>: at Paikcr"s jioini. 2. 171; ai 
Passa<lumkeag bnilt oy ijic 
Frt'titdi, 7. 4 ; dotroycd by Woi- 
br(»ok. 7.4: at Pcmi^nil c.ijuurcd 
by Indians, 7. :'.4 1 : at IVnti^oct 
cajirured by D'Auhiey. 8. :;;;'»; ai 
tlie Pcnohxot. 5. o',;:,. :;--.',: y. j, 
:;40: 9.87: (.■^" iort Pownal!): at 
.•^aco. 4. 1 17: 5. L'-:;. ;;'.'•': at >T. 
John i;ivcr. 5. ;;(''"i/(: 7. ;'.4o: at 
Slu'cpscot river destroyed. 4. 227: 
at Ticonic i'alls. 5. 'Ix; luiilt by 
Po]diam"s colonists. 3. 2-^i'>. ;'ol. 
;)02, :'.o:'., ;;07, 008; at tlu* ('hops hy 
Lewis and Noble. 3. ;'>14: Shirley 
asked to send soldiers lo. 3. :^14; 
built by F'lagLT. 4. ">1^: buil; at 
JJoston. 5. 1''7: built by t'astiiu- 
and visited by Pownail. 5. :>."•. 
'■]^')ii: built by i,:i liave. 7. :;:;: 
built by the Pilg;iiiis. 7. :;7: cwriy 
on tlie l^ejeiiscot. 3. .'Iji'i. -IWK ^''2:'.; 
another built l>y Aiidro>. 3. ;;i>i, 
;J2U//: site of tlie lir>l. 3. :;!'.'. •iL'O; 
site of the seond. 3. ;;i:0,, ; In- 
dians attemjit lo blow it up. 3. 
;i20/(: deed executed in. 3. :V.'ii-:'.-j i -. 
why built at Augusta and \Vins- 
low, 3. 274. 
St. (rcorges. erected, i. 2'.': 7. 2'.l^; 
Indian treaty at. 4. b'.'^: <b>v. 
Pownail at. 5.:M7: in Thomasr/u!. 
5. :;07//; roisicd the attack of the 
Freucdi. 5. ;;'i7/(: Indians hukc-d 
around, 5. ;)<W: ln<li:uis made a 
])rcten<e of ile-iiing a treaty. 5. 
:]{'t'.i: >ick at. 5.;j74: lime ma/h' ai. 
5. :;7-"). ;)7-"i/(: mentioned. 4. 14'''. 
147. 10^: 5. l"'<b'. •>■'"■ -''■': 6. 241. 
;joo: 7. Mi, .J 17. 
.St. Loins. 9. W. 102. mo. 
Shelden. 4. 2i'>2; .•<<■'■ .sjudden's forr. 
Shirley, formerly Fort Fiankfort. d. 
I'.i.'j)/; site of. 6. i'.'on: erectid. S. 
2o7/(, 214: part of to lie u-ed as ,1 
goal, 8. 2ii'.'/(: mentioned. 8. L'lo,.'. 
1'14//. 2;;'.i. 240. 
the. a part of II dlow.dl. 7. :l>b). 
Fortune, the. brmigiit tie- j)itenl t/) 

New Plymouth. 9. 1 IS. 
Fort Western, le'iters t)f ISenedict Ai- 
nold dated from, i. 4<i7. 4i;>: .\i- 
nold at. I. 404, 4'.i.".. .")02-."> I.;: liui: . 
2.27'.'; 8.207;/: di'scribed. i . .'jij-'... : 
8. 207//. 24'i„: Arnold 1' ft. i. 47 : 
at .\ugusta. 2. \'>2. lo'.i; 4. ;;.!. 

;]00/): 5. 1.x. 417; the Kev. Paul 
Collin at. 4. ;]nf,; (apt. Willia'u 
Litl'gow in command at. 5. 417: 
8. 240/1 ; Capt. Howard in co;ii- 
mand at, 5. .SOO;/; 8. ::^:5; road 
liuilt from to Fort Halifax. 7. l'>; 
gairison left at. 7. \>>-^: gua'iicd 
by the I'rovince. 8. 207//; 17'i4. t-i 
be garrisoned, 8. 278; remains of. 



98 



:matnf, ni.vToincAL socikty. 



Fort Western — contiiuuil. 

8. ■_'>■-': tlio iiUfliT.s wliidi ^rcw 
int.) a caiiital. 8."J>- ; 1 1 a i i uiir d mi- 
ni iirlrr. 8. 1'-;: S. aii.i W. lU'W- 
•Avd trade at. 8.-^'-'<ii: ineiiJioiuMl. 
I. 4()0. .")02, .'>n4. ."li>: 2. l-'.-J. 1."..;. 
241 : 7. 1T!». 1-^ 1. !■<!. 1>L'. IM. r.ii. 
]!):;: 8. L'ii4. •J-2un. -J'-W. :.':;'.'. -.'40. 
LMT, •J4>, i'4',t. L>:.n. -j.M. •_':,:.>. •_':,•_>„. 
•_'.'>T, -i'lO. ■2&2, I'C.i)//. Jilit, -7-;. ::7'./(, 
•287. . 

William. 8. liH/;. 

WiiUam Henry. Imilt. 2. ■2']0: 5. •2'>"J. 
i'S;j; 7-02: built liy l'liii.;,s. 7. l.";'.); 

9. 411. 41-42: ilc.'^erilted. 2. -:'/i: 5. 



Major-Ceneral. . 8. 7S. 

. of Windx.r. 2. 2'.»1. 

— — . of Wis>a<-i.'t. 4. ;'.-'.0. 

the Kev. . <.f l>er%\ iik, 4. 20.",. 

I'diiKs. Tlioina^, 9. :';72. 'M'-"-. 
l".)UiiiK'r ()f M;iiiii'. till'. 5. •_'17. 
Fnurelie, tlir. .M(i!itri-s>or I'Ut'aniin-l 

near, i. 4."'.i. 
Four FriendN. tlu'. 3. :i4N. 
Four Mile ('ri.i'k-. 9. l<r>. 1^7. loc,. 
Fowi'r. Ivariialias, Ixumd for Mass.. 

iiif! \)y .Sir Feidinaiuio (Jori^es, 2. 

Fowl.-. Thoiiris. 7. 14il/(. 



2S2; 7.04; a harrier to the iiu'iny. Fitutur. the ih'v. Uaiic-roft. 8. 177. 

Fox. Charles ,Iam;s. 8. 4. i'.7. 0','. 



* 2. 2:!'.': 9.4:'.: treaty with t!ie In 
tlians at. 2. i^:;il; eost of eonstrue- 
tion. 7. ()4; jtrojiosed Frcneh at- 
taek. 2. 24'.); 7.f'c': commanded by 
Chubb. 2. :.'4i): 7. c,:]-. g. 4:;': 
ptroimest in Anierir;i, 5. ■_'>■_': M 1- 
jor Cluurii's o|iinio:i of. 5. :_'^2; 
called Fort I'enniiuid. 5. ^"-2; In- 
dian messenger killed at, 7. li.;; 
de Ibervilk- sent with an ex[)edi- 
tion af:;ainst, 7. t'^l: q.4-']: inwsted, 
7. 04: lirst attack. 7. t;4 -<;."): 9.4:); 
trarrisou confu>fd. 7. li"/; s.irron- 
dered,2. 2+0; 7. lio. I"..': g. A'-). A'-'.,i: 
destroyed, 2, :.'4i): 7. <;:•; tin- sav- 
ages dis ipj) )inti-(l. 7. 1'.o: repaired 
ami maintnned awiiile. 2. i'41: 
mon^-ioni'd. 4. 112. L's4/i. 2>>r,. 

Yoric. 6. l(j7. 
Foss. Mrs. A. ]].. 4. 2.;.".. 242,-. 

Benjamin, movfd to Maehias. 3. 
17'.», 211. 

John, served in the uar of the Kev- 
olntion. 3. L'o t. 

Ca)it. Fieuljen. 3. ISS. 

Tlionias. 3. 17o. 2:j'j. 

Walter.' 3. 17o. 



eited, 7. !::7-', 144/*. 

, lived at F> irton".s point, i. 2i'.l; 

married Jlanirth Burrouuhs, i. 

islands, name<l l>y Martin I'riu'.:. 

2. -Jill, 7. L'lJ: nifUtioned, 4. ;12"); 7. 

i.'."i7. 20.'.. 
Jalicz. to lay out a township, 8.20:'. 

22-"i/i: visitc.l by Siiirley, 8. 22"»: 

biographical notice of. 8. ■-'•_'•";/(; 

mentioned, 4. 104, l>>u: 8. 2:::7. 
John, ancestor of the llev. John, i. 

ol'h(. 

the Kev. John, lived at Wt>bnrn. i. 
.'^-l''.; manii'il ;Mary Tyiig, i.:;iii: 
his postiairy. i. ;jlti/): his -wife in- 
herited ati interest in the J'lyiuoatli 

! Company, 8. 'S2'>n. 

• Fo.\i;roft. the liev. .Samut 1. pnaclied 
at Baker.^town, 2. 11."): preached 
at Xew filoueester. 2. 1.>J, l-'s; 4, 
•■;•"•": emjdoyed in ti-an-eribiut;", 4. 

; -"v-MJ: mentiont.d. 7. --•). 

i Thomas. 2. 1.">S. 

i , of New (rloueest'T. 4. •"'7'^. 

Mis. — — , of Camliridcre. 7. 2vu. 200); 



Zacliariali. served in the war of the Foxvrtll estate, the. 3. T2'>. 



lie volution. 3. i'04. 
Foster, a common name in .■Scarboro- 
ugh, 3. 211. 

Anne, niirried Ether Sheidev. 8. 
420: death of. 8. 42'). 

(a)l. B^nja ni:i, cojnaiinder of a 
schooner, 2. 240: captured the 
T.ijm iq lish. 2. 24i'>; 3. 211: in 
comaimi at Scott"- j^oinr. 2. 247: 
mo\t'd to ifa.'hias. 3. 17',», 211: 
mentiond. 3. l>o; 4. .irji. 

I'enj. ji.. 3. l^i.t, 211. 

l).iniel, 4. ;; '.s. 

Kzekiel, 3. 17'.'. ISO. 211. 

Fzekiel jr.. 3. 1 >0. -.-11. 

I.-^aao, 4. ;'i(;o. 

Isai.di. 3. H'^-. 170. 211. 

Jacob. 3. ISO. 211. 

Capt. John. 9. 42,). 4'', 01. 

John \V.. 3. i-o. ji ! 

moved v, .Madihi-,. 3. l~^: ].a:id 
granted to. 3. 17..': mentioned. 3. 
Wo, 211. 



Ksther. daughter of Bicharil. mar- 
lied to 'i'homas It'^^igers, 3. 'J'Ur. 
chiMren of, 3. 20h. 

Jojm. son of Bichard, 3. 20: father 
of Nathaniel. 3. 2o. 

Luc;x'tia, married James Fotbin^on, 
3. 20;(, 80; children of. 3. 2o„. 

Mary, daughter of Richard, niariie'i 
'rforge Norton. 3. 21//. 

Nathaniel, son of John. 3. 20; at his 
death the name became extinct. 3. 
20. 

Philip, signed the j>eiiti,,u b> 
Charles ii. 1.402; 3. 1j!'.o/: son of 
Kichard, 3. 20: moved to Kitteiy 
3. 20; death of, 3. 20; in a garri 
son, 3. 10."), 117, i;;7//: Ids t.ix oi 
l(i-Sl, 3. FJO; meiitioneil. 3. i;,2. 

Kichaid. lived at Blue I'(dnt, i. 04'i. 
17"o(; 3. 14. 17, IS; coniplained of 
the town of S:ico, i. lili: contro- 
vci.sy settled, i. 14i'; iivcd inbaco. 
I. 143 ; a tuiunu.-isioner, i. 17 J, 



INDEX TO COLLECTIOXS. 



09 



107: 3- •''•">; lii"^ ir. uriairi'. i. IT")/;; 
acknowloduo'd tlu' ^ctvi-niiiirnt <>( 
Mass., I. .■;>(■); 3. -4i'': a juror, i..");;'); 
one of the i-omniittL-e ujn)!! tlic 
ln'titioii of Jonl.iii, I. .")4o, .">.");;; 
liis (lfol:ir,uioii auuinst ('animock. 
3. 14, IT: scttl'.il .i!i^C:iiu:u(i«'k's 
l':Uout, 3. IS; (lisniri/v'il hy .lolin 
IJoiiyfhon. 3. ]■-; 'II.mI at' Ulack 
Point. 3. ]',•; his ]iuiihe sltvIcl' 
and chaiacttT. 3. !'•': anfcd.ito of, 
3. 20; chihlivn of. 3. 'J'K ■_'it/,': fam- 
ily name liccaiiiL' ixiiiu't \vitli liis 
•rrandsdii, 3. iji*; j.aid a vi.--it to 
Eimhind. 3. 'J\ii: an ai'inaisL'r of 
(."anii)ii>c!c"s estitc. 3. L'-'j-i't;. i';;i: 
a mcnibor of tlie Lyu'oiiia asseni- 
Idy. 3.4I: liis quarrel with .jM>c])h 
ritijijion. 3. 7">: i^avt- a li.'iid, 3. 
7:]; cause of t!ie iiuai-nd. 3. ','■',: 
his dauirhter in irried .John Asii- 
ton, 3. t<i'; iiientii'iKd. 3. l'4. :;S/(, 
7-"). S(», s'.», I2i', lL"i; 9. :Ji:;/(. 
Kirliard jr., 3. nij. 

Siral), (hiu^^liter of Kichard. 3. •2\n: 
luarrietl Joseidi Curtis, 3. '21 n; 
her child. 3. 21/<. 
Susannah, ihuiLxliter of Richard, mar- 
ried John Ashtou. 3. ■JU/). -Jin, 82. 

Koxweir.s bro^>k. 3. i^:;, \>','.<,t. 

Framinijliam, M i.ss.. imaie of Isaac 
(.'iirke, I. •■]'>s; nu-u'ioned, 7; 487; 
8. l.jL'; History of. .v, - Ijarry. 

^i"alK•e, tlie kin,:,' i-f Lf:i\'e a cliarter to 
Dn Monts, i. 1'.*; Hind returnjd 
to. I. Jil/c refuLTees fioni arrived 
at Plym.iuth. i.i'T'': <.'ai)t. Edward 
Tynu- died in. i. :11(;; tlie nnnu- 
scripts of the .Jesuits taken to. i. 
412; lisli sent to. i..j.'j1; the wiie 
of (,'liarles i, a dan.u'hter of. 2. 'i^an ; 
Gori,'es sent to assist t'le kin:,' of, 
2. 72a; peace with. 2. I'.ttj; heredi- 
tary hostility to the settlers of 
Maine. 2. 271-272; cliimeil a part 
of Maine. 2. 271: Poplianrs colo- 
nists reach, 3. i.".'! : Aca'Iia and 
Canada conveyed to by Cliarles r, 
5. 21XJ, 21."<; An Iros worked in the 
interest of, 5. 2';'.'; the war with 
interrupted tho settlement of 
I'eniaquid, 6. 22; claimed pos- 
.se.s-,ion of Penooscot, 6. lo'.i-ip); 
expelled A radians w.-nt to, 6.;;4;hi!: 
liehl dominion ov^-r Maine, 7. 24S; 
I'-st the same. i'l<; rlainied tlie 
ri'^ht of possijssiMU. 7. 2'.»ij: the 
r<-ason of her claini upon Xew 
France, 9. 102: u'iven the jurisdic- 
tion of Xew I'lance. 9. 110; men- 
tioned, I. ^<;, 4')'-',. 'j'l-i; 2. l:;. 4t;, 
2:>7, 2';i: 3. W. l;;.;, 17';. 2:^2. 2>7, 
•'ii'O, :J7:;, ;;:t.j, ;J'..'7, 417. 421. 422. 
4-'4, 4-7. 417; 4. ]'). 11. li';;. KiO. 
iOl ; 5. xxi, li\-. .". I'O 4'.i, '.in, n;;, 
12.-;, 1.18, 1.30, 17'.', -|.»7, 242. 2.:i, 



27f>. :]<^0, :V2i). r,?,o, r,:,^, .v.);; g. tf, 

l'i;/(. lilt. 11;;, ]17. ]-24^ i.;)_ j;;i/ 
140. 141. 14:1. -j-jo, I'l'l. 2.;ii. -J.// 
2i!0, 27.'.; 7. I."). H;. •_'-:. :',j, ;;.";. :,i^ 
08, tJ2. (ill. ii7, S-Jii. <■:], [:]>;_ ]:]- 
V-i~iii, 142, 1 (2/^ 24'.', 2"> 1 . -j.",';. :.'■;]' 
2(;:>. 2(i4. •_'■;:. l'7s. ■_:Xk :',):>, ;; I-] 
;»!(.;, o-)'). 4in; 8. 12(!. l;t2/.. L'll 
2;;<. 27i. 2:--. ;;n2. :Ji7. :;-i. .,_:■_>[ 
o2:;. :;4:i. :j:,I, 4J-; g. -i;, ;iT. "is. 
101, ]()■_'. 10.-,. -JlL'. :.'■.';;. sSt. 24.3. 
240. ;;04h. ;;()'.»; JFistoiy of, .•<tp 
-Martin. Louis Henri. 

Franciae, 4. 12:;. >,-,• Franco. 

Francis i. claimcl ri'^ht (.f po.-sossion 
of Maine. 7. ■_'.Mi. 
chief of the Farr mlincs. 4. '.u). 
Capt. chief .if the Penohscnts, 7. (> 
2M. 21. 

Frankfort, (iermany, 2. 280; 6. '■).:'>. 

Maine, visited by a Pomish juifst. 
3. 27:j; his attempts to i»r.i>iiyle. 
3. 574; 6. l'.i4-l'J.j; ],eri ridn.'il ti- 
have a mini>ter. 3. l'74. l'73: G. 
lO.J; 8. 212/;; no chuivh at. 3. ■_'7.": 
the Pev. Jacol) Bailey lucai-hed 
at, 3. 27o; 6. 1!»G: souu'ht aid in 
En:,'land. 5. l'J'>, lOC; n,,w Dres- 
den. 6. 1 '.!.■): call.'d I'ownalbo- 
rouuh. 6. ll'i): church built. 5. !'.'('►- 
]'."7: Elder .b.shua Hill i.rc:i,-li,.d 
in, 7. 2l''.I; tlie Pev. Mr. M<I.cni- 
chon preai.'lied in. 8. 11_': .-uinc a-- 
Fort .'"■Jiirlcy. 8. 2i7;': (;._rnrins 
and French settled i!i. 8. L'l.j;». 
214; Indians burn a li^ius.' in, 8. 
2r)7; mentioned. 2. :i^4: 8. 214/4. 
24M. 2'-.ti. 
Franklin, IJenjamin. a brotlier of nrir- 
ried Elizabeth Tyni:. i.-Hi'>: letter 
to .Jonathan \Villi.ims, 3. .J.;;t-;J4o; 
agent for Maine township, 7. 2(J2: 
a friend oi \'aui,'han. 7. 40:1; men- 
tioned, 5. 14:t: 6. s7. '■'•'■•'>: 7. 27's: 
8. 11, 12. 1)0. 08, 'xi, 204; his Diary 
cited. 6. ;].;■>. 

. married IClizabeth Tyivj;, 1. .']lti 

CoLm.. 5. lV;(. 

County. 4. ;;2. :;:]. 4."). 
Mercury, the. 8. 442. 
Frcake. .Sir Thom is. 7. 120. 
Fieale. .Sir 'J'hom as, 7. lu'.t. 

Frebe'-er, Afljutanf, , i. .jOO; see 

Febi-er. 
Fredenbur'j'. Penjamin Francis, aliax 
Pela Francis Frost. ]>!ea<died in 
13 tth. 2. 224; liis ch tracter and 
n une exposed. 2. L'24-l'2.3. 
Fredericton. 8. [:',, ■',-<, 4'). 4:!, .■>2, Go, 70. 
Frecby, Xicliolas, i. ;j20. 
Freedom, M line. 2. 201; 8. :j04. 

of sjieech in the .-ieventeenrh century. 

3. J'j. 
the prini-iphs of wrought out by 
the colonists. 5. 14'J. 



100 



maim: historical sociktv. 



Frecliold. riisbyti-iian Cliui'-h rstab- 

lislifil at. 6.';;o. 
Freeinaii. Asi. 8. ;'.'.'!. 
Hainalnis, 4. ;]T 1. -'^''2. 
Mrs. Uainahas. 4. :JT1. 
Carolina, dird. 2. 114. 
Cliandlcr. tarlv .<('ttlci- of HakiTs- 

town. 2. 11:;. 114, II.".. iL'i). 1-;;. 

l-2i\. l-2<. 
the liov. (.'liarK's, ordained at ]/nn- 

crick, I. ;!•_'••<; liio-iaphica! lU'tioL- 

of, i.o:i4/i; his .Viimuui of I.iiu- 

eriek. i. :;l'.")-;'..!."j. 
Capt. Enoidi. 3. 184: 4. 104. If.C: 8. 

-2-2Vti. 
Mrs. Elizabeth. dan-liU-r of Kzi kii-1 

rottt-r. 8. i:T.'); duath of. 8. i'T>: 

her Ali'iuoir of Fort Ilalitax. 8. 

tlie Kov. James. 7. :;'<:l. 
John, S., teacher in \Varr<.n Acad- 
emy, 8. ITi'. 
Josei>li, an early settler of F.akcrs- 
towi), 2. lb',; k-d tlie i>nMic wor- 
sliiji, 2. lb!; made a dt-aciii, i. 
114; died, i. 114. 
Xathainel, one of the i"iindcrs of 
the Ma.-^s. Historical Society. 2. 1 lo. 
Olive, bajitised, 2. lb]. 
Saintiel. 2. lb"]: 5. xlii: 8. \i'i'>: his 
edition of bmitlTs Journal cited. 
1.5; 5. xix; i. o2'). 
William. 6. 41. 

, of Fairlicld. 4. 40l. 

Judpc , I. '■','-y.]ii. 

Freemasons, hidye in Minot. 2. 127: 
laid tlie corner stone of Bunker 
Hill monument, 3. 'Saj: n imcs 
given to tlie l.id^e in Pihode Island, 
4. iti'J; celebratbiti in iiamror. 7. 
12(); Hubert Dunlap a uu-mber of j 
the Grand Lod^e. 7. ■■''•^- j 

Freemen, number of in Falmouth, i. \ 
144, :.'(il, ;;stj. I 

Frceport, home of the Mosier-, i. 70: ; 
called llaniseket. 2. ie,7: jDen- 
tioned, 2. 11:;, n:,. 171; 4. .j;;l': 8. 
2m. 
Freetown, Maine. 6. b"/.*: 8. :)'."). I 

Mass., 2. 14.J. ' I 

Freewill Baptists, in Wells, i. :'."(): in I 
Minot. 2. 127. loO; in New (;louce.^- I 
ter, 2. l.js; Klder Benjamin Han- \ 
dall the tiist to openly preach the j 
doctrine. 7. i'J2: dueiiine rajudly I 
embraced. -j.'SSJ.: cliur'lie^ f«>i-inefl. : 
7. 22:^: mentioned. I. :;i'-. .j;;!'. ;;:;4. i 
Freeze, Eliza, prob.ably the mother of j 
Jamc^. I. ;jlO. I 

Geor^je, heir of Jacoii. i. .jlu. I 

Jacob, son of James, i. ;>Jo: lived 
at H:unpton, i. ;]iO: his heirs, i. | 
310: lived at rurj'oorir.ck. i. .;2iJ. I 
James, lived on the .Neck. i.;;j;o. j 

James jr., killed at Faimouth. i, I 
21/G?(, 310; probably li son of James, 



i.:]l(^: his son, I. ;;:n; buivl owr.e.i 

by, I. .Wo. 
Joii.ilhaii. lieir of Ja. m1>, j. ;;i(i. 
Josepli. heir <if .landi. i. .'.[o. 
French aud l-.nulisli eumniisarii -, 

cile<l. 7. ."lOi, : 0. 10:.'. 
and Indian ^\a^. a iTlic of. 8. 1'^'..; 

mentioned, 7.;;l'7: S. li>;i. ;i7, 147; 

History i>f. .v. < Drake, s. C. ' 
coiin.L:!'. known by its mint marks 

6. lI7-(: coins of tin- I'eiun of 

Louis xiw i:ue, 6. US; eoin- 

found, 6. 1 17. 
Fn.'vclopedia, cited, 7. :;in,i. 
Haim.di, married (51iver (oxifn-v. 0. 

:'.oi. 

Jeremy, a nickname for Jeremi.di 

Joi(hui. I. ."/.;;;//. 

lan.Miaire, formed and (diaimed. i. 

Fren.-b;nau"s liay. the Ficnch set''c d 
at. 6. .'J: C'adilhic's aecouiit of. G 
:.'>'•; .same as Dona(i;iet. 6. 2^0,'; 
juentioued. 3. 2'.'4/(: 6. lb"). |-j.". 

i-<;. 

Frencdimcn. crednlit.\ of, 4. 2S.'i. 
Fundi Neutrils, 3. i7o/(; 5. ;>;'.i-:)J.' 
:!".4: s. <■ Acadiaiis. 

Protestants, arrived at ralmoutb. :. 
27<.i; at ."Salem. i.277y/: in Main--. 
4. 7S; in Bostcui. 6. 2>.>. 

Hevi.ilution, tlie. a m (luence oi 
.American inde]ienden' e. 6. s.s^ 
En.^'ii<h people conceded ir,. 6 
SS-s'.»; mentioned. 7.41, 2S4. -!;•'; 
9. u;4. 

Spoliation Bill. 8. 427-420. 

the. their power intenai] ted, i. I'T; 
])laees where they erected tb. i; 
forts. I. L'7, -js, ;;:;; dispute wit'i 
the Enulish about the bounda; ies. 
I. -;7; their intintioii oi st ;'.!•.- 
meiits alarmed tb--;' En^lisii. i.i'T. 
disl(,d;:ed by Ai-aU. :. i'7; (-..i- 
tured Capt. John Smiii;. i. ;;i: 2. 
•■!>": rilled the tradiiii; iiouse .1' 
Bai^aiUu-e },oinr. i. -ti ; prom;^'- i 
to assist the In'iians. i. -jss; j];, ir 
influence over the In<l:uis, t. :,-'. 

;;:]4, 4;](j, 441-442. 44;;; 2. ms. 1:7.': 

3. i;;4-b;.">. i-'jii, b'-i. i.';2. piM r:-; 

4. 14. 74, Vri: 5. J7."-. 17''; 6. •_':."■: 
7. t;r,, s;]; 8. 2'.is; g. 4i-: tlnir h'-s. 
tility to the Enmish. t. l's7. ::s7,-,. 
-'.'7: <'aiiti;jed Pema.pdil, i. 2''i; 
lormed a. junetirui wiiii the -.-ast- 
cin Indians, i.2'.», 2!(1 ; at .Schen <•- 
tady. I. 2'.'s; a fund of informati<-:i 
amon^ tle-ir hi-toria:is. i. -i'M; 
their sujKiior i'.iciiity to enter li:.- 
modes of Indian life, i. ;n4; liicii 

• inte^rrit.v to the Hidians :jiui>a-- 'd 
the Eniilisii, i. 4u.', ; rlie laiio;s ■' 
their missionarie 5. I. 4o7 : tl:e A'l- 
nakis unite wiili tj!> ni for pi'-- 
tectioD, I. 4;J.J; tiicy inflamed li"- 



INDEX TO COLLFCTIONS. 



101 



Indians against the Kivjlish. i. 
4;>(>; 5. •_'>!.:.'!'.">. i'.'ii: 7- iiti: i!nir 
wt-nknoss jnovontod tluir aita>k- 
inctlio Eiii,^lisli. i.4:;7:s lid toliavo 
l'av.>ro(l till' ai'i-ronrli of Arm'l.l. 

1. 477: Arnold di'siiinl to know 
liow tlicy were alTiftod, i. 47'.'; 
rorcivi'il ' tho Anioiicans liospit- 
ahly, I. 4s-_'; tlu' nun>l>rr of in the 
Enulisli aiin\. i.4>>-)^'.i: named 
Aeadia. 2. M'ui: dcnie<l tlir »Ni>t- 
onco of Nornuilie'j,a. 2. 17": un- 
suocessfnl at early eolonization. 

2. I'Ja; tiist eolon\ s.iit to A nu r- 
ioa. 2. I'd'/; inelined to settle the 
eoast. 2. oS;Mdaimed tlie territory 
oiven to (iorires. 2. 4<i: answered 
hy Gorces. 2. 40; favored the In- 
dians, 2. f.-J. 07: expedition aiiainst 
the Iroquois, 2. i'>7: in ii"S>e--ion 
of Canada. 2. li'.~<: end of their 
power in Ameriea. 2. ".'I'ti; 3. I.e.; 
7.2VC); 8. i'74; attaekcd Fort Wil- 
liam Henry. 2. 'J'-','.*: rixilvfd to 
tlestroy Pfmaquid. 2. L'lo; 5.1'^'.!: 
eap'tured the New Tort. 2. l'4i>; 
destroyed Peniaqiiid, 2. :.'41: 5. 
l",tl-'J'.'L'; intriii'ued to exterminate 
the Enjilisli. 3. l.",2:_ Louislmr- 
their stronghold. 3. 17'J; assisted 
the Indians. 3. ;;70: 4. 7-). 141: 5. 
242, I'ol. L'-';<'.. •_'.",(•,»: 6. -.Ml: at ])e- 
tr(>it. 4. L's-i': early in Maine. 5. xx. 
xxi; 7. ii47: mostly Catholies. 5. 
xxii; the lisheries and trade a 
sonrec of trouble ])etween them 
aii<l the EnLcli-^h. 5. 174-17'>: erafty. 
5. 11'), 17<): cruel. 5. 17'J: diliu'eut 
in colonization. 5. rJ4: made tiie 
colonists uneasy, 5. I'.'il: rohhi'd 
the Penobscot traders. 5. -jn:,; 7. 
o2; ca]>tured the ear.Lio of Dixy 
Bull. 5. -JO."*: hated the Entrlish. 5. 
242, 2")t;/( : oeeupifd (.'anada. 5. 
242-24:3: Nova .Scotia ceded to. 5. 
24;>; favored by the Stuarts. 5. 2.jl ; 
2-">7; increased hatied towards. 5. 
2(>7; Andros worked in their in- 
terest, 5. 2r.'.t: tlie Indi.ms prom- 
ised to forsake them. 5.-"^:;: their 
habitual treachery, 5. 2--.")-l'>0 : the 
the Indians considered to be under 
their <::overement. 5. 2>(;. 2'.»."): 
their pcdicy in Ameiira compared 
to the En;:li^h. 5. 2".h-.: the lirst to 
accpiire a knowlcdLre of Aineri<-a, 
5. :^24, ;j2'.I: aetpiireil the !j;oocl v.ill 
of tlie n.itivcs. 5. :;_'4 ;;2.': did 
much fishin'4 and tradin.; on the 
coast, 5.:jL'.'j; li.id a know lcih.xe of 
Iijilian triit>. 5. ;;2.'». ;;2.')//. :;2'>; 
but little kiio'vn of theii- jiosx's- 
sions in .Maine. 5. :;;n. :;:;i : tauLfht 
li'omanism to the nati\t!s, 5. '-Y-'A : 
iiirdntain.i'd tiuir titles to h\nd 
through the Indians, 5. ;]C5; gave 



an ensi;j;n's commission to an In- 
dian. 5. ;]t58; Brockhtdls attemiit- 
ed to <,'o to the. 5. :V;»t: held al 
most exclusive possession of 
Maine. 6.:): never hail undisi)uted 
l)ossession of Acadia. 6. :>, :bi ; St. 
Castine a j>owerful ally ^^L 0. 111- 
112: early tishi'd on the banks of 
Ni'wfountUand. 6. 17;; : protected 
the Indians. 6. 2:;7--'''^; dcstroye.l 
Dceriield and lla\crinil, 6. -j:'.'.'; 
denied haviirj," in>tiij, itcd the In- 
dians. 6. 241 ; established a line of 
forts from (>nebee to the(iulf of 
Mexico, 6. 27<'>: 8. 2l'2-:;2;': very 
minute in their reports u]ion the 
colonial alVairs. 6. 27(): their re- 
ports compand to the En^dish, 6. 
277: kejit the Abn:d<is to oppose 
the English. 6. 2^1; at the Penob- 
scot. 7. 2-".: basis of their claims 
cast of the Keimel)ec river. 7. "JC. 
27: interferred with the traffic of 
(■a])t. John Smith. 7. 2s ; their 
articles of trade cheaiier than the 
English. 7. 2'.): their claims no 
better than the English. 7. .".i: not 
delicate about marryin'4 Indian-. 
7. 44: captured Fort "William 
Ilenrv, 7, 1.')'.': proposed to ca])- 
ture Fort Halifax. 7. lil'.t-17ii, 1S4: 
erected a fort on the Kennebec, 7. 
lt)7. 177: displeased l)ecause tlic 
Eimlish erected a fort. 7. 1'.):!: the 
Abnakis attached to, 7. :>J'.t; com- 
])lained of the English Ijccause 
tliev erected a fort at Penobscot. 

7. .341 : their intiilelity at Harvard 
("oilese, 7- -i^*^- t"<'arcd to h»se 
Canada. 8. 124: sent a powerful 
deet to America. 8. 124-12-"): lleei 
disableil. 8. 12.'); death of the com- 
modore and vice-admiral. 8. 12.'). 
12."j-12(i; plan to attack Annapolis. 

8. 126; fleet returned to Fianc. 

8. 12(3: attacked Col. Noble at 
Minas. 8. ]:'.•">. l::'-': the P-nobscot 
their western boundary, 8. 1>S- 
IS',); sometimes claimeil the Keti- 
uebec, 8. l.'s'.i**: settled at (rcrman- 
town, 8. 2i:h/: built a fort near 
Chaudiere, 8. 21.")-21f.: prepared to 
make an elloit to rejiiin Nova 
Scotia. 8.222. 22:!; territm-v over 
which they held jurisdiction. 8. 
;j17; at Passama<iuod<ly. 8. :J:>': 
infested the coasts witii ^.irato, 

9. 2s; mcntione.l. 3. l:;.'. 14n. 141, 
:;i."): 5.:;!), 2."r2: 6. ;;i;o: 7. 22, 2'.*. 
;;-"., :;»;, :;7. 42, 44. .V), r>:,, :,-,. .".>. •'' '. 
CO. tji. ti2. •;:'-. t'lS, >2. '^^. ~"'-'. '•'-; ^• 
:ils, :;2!;. :l2;i: 9. 2. 2^. 2;>. 

Fre--het of 17---".. the, 4. 1''- 
Fre-h pond, a boundai'y of >"W i^-"'^- 
mouth, 5. 'Jli. ■ 



102 MAINE IIISTOIUCAL SOCIETY. 

Frosli river. 4. •2.''.1. 1 Cnpt. Charlos. liold a court at Wells. 

Kiif. Adrian, si^iu-il the lU'titidii to i. I'CT; roi'ortod thi- h-ss of r.il- 

rhiiKs 11. I. -f'l-. 1 nioutli, I. :)o.\ii: iinlirtod tor nia-i- 

.lurritliaii. 4. '-'-^T. j shumlitcr. i. :!(;>:: 3.11".: a(<;u;ttr<i. 

Frii'iid. Kirlianl. 5. 241. I 1. .■;''>'•'; iniltary otliia-r lor Kirt. r\. 

Fr;fiid<. liiivcn fiKiii Now lIanii)sliiro. ' i. :]'.]■. a-saullcd \<\ l.'icliai.i 

7. •_'■-''•: at South lUrwirk. 7. •Ji'O. Cih^oii, i.. '.";>: to imni^li (iiiixiu. 

•_'•_' 1 : rt'tir.d to r.o>'on. 7. l-l'i': at i. :'.7i'; (t-iniMlor. i. .NI ; >iuM <i 

Klioi. 7. L'Jl: .■^'itifly foruual at the jn'IiMon to Croinwill. i.;;:'4: 

l-"a!!iio\it!i. 7. L'-l: Icaiid hy the claiuu'd laud at Slui'i'-rot. 2. •_'■'. 7 : 

Cont:ri'^Mtionalists. 7. L-_'l : soi-iety k-tior to C'ai)t. .lojui Hill. 3. l:;-- 

f.innod at N'ortli Yanuotith. 7. ]•".'.': h'ttcr to Sir AViriiiui Pcpjn r- 

'.'L'l: lii'ld uioiithly uuuiiuLTs at oil. 3. ITl/c uiciilionrd, 4. li'.). 

I'ortlaiid ajid Duruaui. 7. L'-_'l: .-<o- ICd: 9. li;. 

«-i«ty loiiurd at Wiudliam. 7. •_'•_'!: the Kev. Charlt'S. 7. ;mS. 

uuiuiHr of iu lTs4. 7. --i; nieu- (Jeor^c, wituossed the si^iiatun- ot 

tiouid. 4. 4":'<. Arthur Mat'kwoitli. i.."ill. 

Fricnd-!ii|>. 6. ".lo. I Nifholas. constaMi' of l'i>'afa(|ua. 

Fiitiid stnit. 8. l."--_>. } i.ss; to lay out the houndary ot 

Friir, Natliauitd. paid a tax at Fal- ' Wells, i. ;)ill ; siunvd the ]ietitioii 

laoiith. I. :;■_';'.. to Croniwtdl. i. ;'.'.'.'): ])ro]U)sed a 

Fn;.:at.s. liefore (^uehee. i. 4^4. 4>''i. parley with the ludiaiis. 3. !(iT. 

4^^. 4'.>2. 4'.':}: attaeketi l>y A mold. : Simeon. depo.-,ition of. 4. iin. l'-_'>- 

I. 4^4, 4--1I: .-<'■■ the Alliauee. the , l'-J'.»; represeulative from Kittcry. 

K--IX. Lizard. Mas.^^aehusett.s. 4. uio, L'-J'.t. 

.\.\\ For!, NiLier. Nonsucli. I'earl, WiUinii. had a ■^a-'.vmill at Wells, i. 

llo.-;i'. Swau. :;i;^. lii;'.); reLjistrir. i. '<'>'>. 

Friiik. . 4. •Ji>">. : FrothinL;!iam. .lolm. 5. x.xxiv. 

Fri.sl.ie. IM-of. I,r\i. 5.11: 7. 4OS. ' Kieh.ard. his history of Charlestown 

Fiizcll. .\h-xaudi-i-. si-nod the petition '. eited. 2. .'il'(;(. '^ht: Ins liistoiy 

of l<iT-_'. to Mass.. 5. -JVi. of the Sri^e of F.oston cited. 3. 

John, siun.-d the iieiiriou to ISmd- •J4:;--J44. ■_'(!•.>;? : 5. I'lT//. 

str.i.t. I. ::;>:];,: lived at Falmouth. William. t< ichcr iu Ihlfast A'-ad- 

I- -■-'•• emv, 8. lT-2. 

Frolii-h.-r. Sir Martin, landed at Lah- the Kev. William. 6. ".'i'".. 

ridor. 6. IT"'./: reliuious ser\icts Fiy. .lanu-s lirock. 3. ^J'lT. 

held h\. 6. I'toii; uieuliourd. 5. Martin, \\hiiipeil lor sN.dinLf. 3. >'i. 

■Jis,,: 6. 17.")/(. 1 i'deharil.hispetition to(.o\. IJil, !i,T. 



Frocri;. Ail 



3. :,:>.>-'.,-n : eonimi-M. 3. 



Fro!^>.iit. 5. I'O]. I k-ascd p:ii)er mill to \Ve>ihr(.ok 

Fr.inde. ilu-, 7. 41. 4l'. I and Waldo. 3. :;:>;. 

Froiitenac. l,oui.> de JJuade. r'omt<> do. Fryo. ( on. .los.-pii. aneedote told I.\. 

K"Vfi[ioi- of <au,i<l;i, I. :;nl : at " 4. I'd-u'-"); tme of the oriuiinl 

<^neliee. 2.1.'4(); j'lanned to eapiure ]iroi>rietor3 of FryelmrLC 4. •_'"-4,i: 

lVnia(iuid. 2. i'4o: sumuiomd to hioj^raphieal notice of. 4. l'>1,, ; 

.'•urrender, 5. •J7--i'7-;: g. '-'A: his seized. 4. i:S4;/. I'S"): m irrii^d Mi.-.> 

niiswer. 5. L'7:;: >tnt ( aiiilh.e to : Poor, 4. i'>4/( : chihlreu of. 4. :^.s4/' ; 

t ranee. 5. •j7-"'; ser-ond ;iuie a ^ov- eseai)ed from <a];tiviry. 4. JS".; 

ernor of Canafla. 7. .7'.i: >(.iit tjii-ee i site of his house. 4. -.'^^--'Sf); Capt. 

expeditions against the Ihi^lish. ; Stark, showed him l'ryel>ur«r. 4. 

7- •"'•': urued on the fortilicati(jns i 2ss; on the li^dit at i'iu^waeket. 

of Moiifi.al and Quehcc, 7. t)::;; j 4. -j'.iO-L'Ki. 

his opinion of .St. Ca.-,iine. 7. C..;: Caju. .Jose]di. son of Cien. .Jr.seidi. 4. 

K'lit expedition ;.^rainst Fort Wil- ; •_'s4;/: 3. I'^o. 

liam Henry. 7. i;;',; 9. 4.;: sent ' Lieut. Nathaniel, son of fieri. Joseph. 



pres.iit.s lo the Imliaii.-.. 7. (•,:;: 
elo-iked hy Sir "Wiin mi I'inpps. 
9- ■^•'; ni( ntioia d. 5. l;;4: 7. 4S; 8. 



4. -SI,,. - 
liiidiard AN .. 4. -!^4n. 
Simeon. 4. 2"<4/ 



^ /'"• William. 8. S'.l. 

^rnIlt!. I- >.f;],.i,i,.nts. the, alMiunded Frvthuru-. formerly I'ir(]u alcet. i. :):):': 

v.iih h. roi^Mi. 7. l.;i. ■ ^. ik;, •j7.',„ ; the et-nti nuial (.■!,- 

^'"j'^^- ;") f'-'^'ijiordiirtiy. 3. ;;os. hratiou iu, i.4o'.i: liouu' of (;o\ 

.'!''*.?':'.?'.''''".• l'>'':"'"d iu i'.atii. 2. Linrolu, i. 40'.'. 411; thi' Indi.m 

,,,~-'i;;'-."'''>''-"'-'i'''''" ^-^l"'-''!. 2. i'-4. n.ime of, 4. Kr.i; vi.-iicd l.v tiie 

■Ihaih-.s, .si;.,,n.,l treaty of 1714, 6. L.v. Paul Collin. 4. L'.7o, l'-o: tii'' 

-^''-^-*^^-**J'»*»*A'=5Unto;;i,aph, 6. i'-VJ. 1 Lev. \Villium Fe.-seudeii oidained 



IXDEN TO COI.l.KCTIONS. 



lOo 



al. 4. -.*0; the sovon tmnors of. 4. 
27-<: oiUli'il tlu' Siwn lors. 4.-JT>/i: 
jK'ojilo move I'l.Uii t.< (ciuorii. 4. 
•j7S,, ; inli;il>it;uil> ot' in lTt'.<. 4. 
•-'>:■•: ivirl ul" 1>i«>n\ ntic'iii. 4. •.;>;''. : 
ohl niid now li;u" ot. 4. •_'>:'./;: l>.in- 
ifl Wel>st(.-r tau-lit s.-li.-nl in. 4. 
■j^.\..: .lo.v./i.h Iry.' on.- of iho 
oiiL;innl ow iiors d. 4. -^4//: ct n- 
tiiiiii.il ol t!io l.:i:il<,' .-i' Lovcuills 
at. 4. i.V'-tw;; troo.l view from. 4. 
•J>'^: poo}>U' from Falniourli :ni<l 
(Jorh.am rnt hay at. 4. ■_'>'^: liv>.- 
^^took NvinttiX'ti at. 4. - 



aiinid. 5. "2-0 : an imimlso to colo- 
nization. 7. -"''l"^; si.oiU'tl liy l';i,l 
faitli with tlio liuliins. 7. :'."-o; 
nuntioiu'tl, i. '■'■'>: 2.t'>>;i; 5. 1'.'' 

Fnr.s, I'linir ivturuiil to Knuhind witli 
a loail of. 2. •-'- ' : thi' Kiiiuli th.- 
tii>t lo introiln.o tho tiailc in. 5. 
;;•_:;-. Vw lui.rs ,>f to ho m-i hy 
n',Mvonunt. 5. Ml: .-^ont fioi.i 
F.,it llalit IX to r.ost.m. 7. 1>-: S. 
UiJS: the riynnnilii ooUniists oar'y 
traded in. 8. i.'"l. -jOi.': nu-ntionod, 
3. :;iiS-:^oii. 

Fnisiuie. ("hri-tojiher. aoonsod of d'.'- 
L-rtiii'^ his wife. i. oii'.'. 



oidy elearinu's there in IT*'-. 4- 

•_'--"/;: FessL-nden tho rii>t settled Fyj.sie. Fr., 5. '.> t. 

niini>ter at. 4. r--'.',. : mentioned. 

I. •■)id/t; 4. I'T'.i. !'"■'•. m:".>: 6. •_';j">: 7. (iadney. st r Ceflney. 

•J!'.>; 8. Ii'io. daethel. . 5. ;'.L''>. 

Aeadetnv, ineorj-vnated. 8. \*V.',: pre- 'ia-e. (.en. 'riionias. 3. r.tO: 7. 47:;'.. 

eei«fors of 8. ]><■'.: hind Lrr.tnt to. 8. . s^uled at F.uxton, 2. i.:S. 

U!-]; suspended. 8. l'':'-: nin>i< mI (iaines. .John. 2. l:".--. 

instruetioniutrodueeil. 8. 10-;-li;4: <;ain.->i»orou-h. 6. IT'.'/i. 

new bnihhnus. 8. liM: females ad- (.ale. Kilmiuul. lived at Falmouth, i. 

niitted, 8. 104: funds raised. 8. -'r^'K 

104: museum eoninuiired. 8. l';4; (.iallatiu. the Hon. Alliert. i)resi d.nl 

medical lectures in. 8. 104, ITi': of the New Vnik Historical >.Hi- 



meutioned, i. ■_'i'4/(: 4. I'^M 
Fryer, James, tt'.ken pri>oner at llich- 
mond"s island, i. "_'i.'T: canietl to 
}'ortsTiu)Uth. I. "JjT. 
Nathaniel, his Vcs-cl attacked, i. 
•2-21: his son killed, i. li'-T : a com- 
missioner to treat with the In- 
ilians. I. 2:]n; lived at Portsmouth. 
I. "_':>o; purchased laud of lodtert 
Jordan, i. 2-y]: lived at Spurwink. 
I. '27": one of the committee to 
rej<airFort Loyal, 1.27*': a referee 
in.Ioidan"s will. i.'j'>'-y. mentioned. 
I. o'ilj. 
FuUam. Jaeol). killed. 4. 2^7. 
Fuller, Ezra. 4. '-'aV-'j. 
Henry W.. 6. 07; irraduatd from 
C(dieue. 6. 71; jaMctic. d in Au- 
gusta. 5. 71: h>M j.uhlic othces. 

6. 71: ileath of. 6. 71 ; children of. 
6.71. 

Margaret. 8. 441. 442. 

Thomas. 5. xxviii. xxxi. 

the Hon. Timothy. 5. l\ii: 7. 4<)S. 

the Kev. . of H ith. 2. ■_'2:J. 

Fidliir^' mill, built at (.ardiner. 2.2SO: 

7. 4M. 

^ ulstjin. .lohn. 4. ^v'.O. 

Mrs. Jolin. 4. ••;')7. 
Funcr.il .>ervii e l>y t'irchli-.iht. 9. .")0,(. 
Fuiliish. James, i. ■;4 '. 

William, signed the petition to 
Charles 11. i. 401. 
Fiulo!.;,'. Patrick, i. ;;:.'.>. 
Furnell. Tiio., .-iLTued the petition to 
t'harles 11. i. 4oi 



ety. 2. 11": his intelhctu.d Wdik 
and <,n-eat a.ue. 2. 11(/;; : hiith of. 
6. ;>.'>, lUuC came to America. 6. 
*Xi: at Ltd)ec. 6. 'J',: assisted by 
Delesdenier. 6. '.>'>: in the aiiuy. 
6. '.I'i: unsuccessfid as a merc'naat. 
6. ','0. lOo-PU : reaidier at Harvard 
Colleiie. 5. I'l',: becanu' a <;ti.-:i n. 
6. '.'0: in (onuros. 6. 'Ji'm. b'l: 
.secretary of the treasury. 6. '.i'-': 
coinmi.-^sioner and minister, 6.'."'>n. 
as an author. 2. lb'/(: 6. '■'^''": 
JuuLTe .Story's ojunion of. 6. '.''■,,: 
at rrovidcnce. Viiuinia. ami in 
Ohio. 6. ino; jmrchased a ]>laiita- 
tion. 6. iD'i: a ponr f.irmor. 6. b'o; 
married. 6. loo; death of Ins wif.-. 
6. 101: second marriauc. 6. bd ; 
his ]M,litical character. 6. bd-lo.': 
in Boston and Wiscasst-r. 6. bJ: 
inciuired for friends in Maine. 5. 
I(t2-li):;; (U'ath of. 6. '.••;,( ; men- 
tioned. G. 2t;;l. ;;iVi: 7. 4C.4. -!f,.->: 8. 
:y-). ■]'). 47. ;;'■>'.•: his autobiociaphy. 
6. W-lo:]; hi.> synopsis of tiie In- 
dian Lanixuaue cited, 2. H^tiut. 

Gallii)o!is. 6. l'o.-, : 

Gallo]). John. 5. -.'O.-.. 
Capt. lolin. 2. \-V-). 

(iambo Fa!l>. 2. 14^. 

Gamm.u), Fhiliii. >iuned the petiti.m 
to (b.v. i;rad>treet, i.2<)ir. a li>h- 
erm.ui. i.:l!0: live.l at P.nt-nnmih 
and Purpo.Mluck. i.;;bi.:;-o: m^:- 
ried M try I'anott. i. ;jlo, :H4: his 
li-s<-eiidanl>. I. :;b». 



I'nr trad-, extinct duriii'.; Queen (Januun lo/herl. si;,'ned the petition to 
Anne's war, 4. 71: iJu Monts in- Mas.-<.. 5. 240. 

tere>ted in, 5. 174/(; j^ood at I'eui- (.anell-^on, Freeborn, 4. C<i2, :1G0. 



lOi MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

(Jnniictt, tlie Txov. F./ra Stiles. 6. 1:2. Jdlin, son of Dr. Sylvostor. 7. 4r>.".; 

llann.tli, nuinifd Tlioiua.^ r.uiis. 5. his (lauulilcr Jimnii'tl .laim's N 

xl«/. I.itlii;<.Nv. 5. 41S, 4l.'L': liirth nf. 5. 

Major. — -, of riTt-<t>>!i. 4. lim. 4n-V.': L'<liu-ato(l in KiialauW. 5. r.'; 

(ianhu i>i the East, tlio. a name ^iven ailiiiitted t<» tin- liar. 5. 4".': <leunil- 

to Sheepscot farm.-. 9. \:>'>ii aiit. of .John AVilki-.-. 5. 4'.t: y<>vi-iii- 

(ianle. loiuer. rei:i>ter of (;on;'es" or uf .*^t. Kitts. 5. 4'.': eame to 1),.- 

eourt. I. .~^s_ -.'a;!): roun-ilor of ton. 5. I','; In came a eitizen. 5. 4'.': 

Wells. I. :]['■]: meiuii'iud. 3. "j:!! ; ne-wd to Townallioro. 5. 4".': en- 

g. :'. 1 I. ;'17. :''T4. :!T.">. uMuid in the I'eirin case. 5.4'.'-.".o; 

(ianii!i.r.lii.->l. lime the name a;iiearid. nuMuher of the general eourt. 5 

4. 7-^. .")U: a la\v reforniei-, 5. T<0; eharae- 
(Maine). land in granted to .(ones. ter of. 5. ."il ; lost at .-ea. 5. "il. 

Melviu and Fay, 2. ij.'^l : settle- the iJev. John .Sylvesttr. <>f Trinity 

mcnt at started by J)r. < lardinei'. Chureh, 5. 4l"_': 7. 4'i7: taught 

2. 2S:i: 5. Ix, Ixv, Iwii: F]iise.>]ial iNilurt Hallowell. 7. tii7: a ]ai],il 
Church estaldi>hed at. 5. l\i. Ixvii : of Dr. Pan-. 7. 4o7: ,if Ircyant 
6. ];i7: betjueathed to William sjdiits. 7. 4o7: meniioned, 7. 414. 
(iardiner an;l Uohert llallowell. 5. .Toscpii. 5. lix. 

ixi. Ixii: fnmierly I'ittshurou^li. Lyceum, the. 5. Ixvii : 7. 41S. 

6.47: ioiland Cushint: settled in. the Hon. KolK'rt 11.. ei'-..j.iMato nieni- 

6. 47; the IJev. Jaeo!> Uaiky In r of the Elaine Uisiorieal ."^...-i- 
]>reached in, 6. I'.i": the Hon. l^eo. cty. i. 11; born in Fn:_''land. 5. 
Fvans settled in, 7. 4.">: separated hii. Ixi: brou;^ht To Am(>riia. 5. 
from I'ittston. 7. 410: inror]M.- Ixii, educated. 5. Ixii : born at Hal- 
rated. 7. 410, 4u'o-4:.'l : >i)nietimes loxvell, added the .-niiiame "f 
talleil (iardiner.-toun. 7. 41(tf Gardiner, 5. Ixii: moved to Ins 
number of families in l^o:,. 7. 41 1. est.ite. 5. Ixiii-lxiv: 7. 41-J: o|.in-,;d 
412; 5. Ixv; few leases paid. 7. by squatters. 5. Ixiii-lxiv : 7. 41:.': 
411; out>trii)ped by other toans. made an amicable serrlemeiir. 5. 

7. 411 ; the peo]de of inliueneed to liv-lv: 7.411': imin-ovenients maile 
ojjpose R. II. (iardiner. 7. 412: by. 5. Ixv-lxvi. lx\ii: 7.414.41^- 
troul>li.' betwt-fn the incprieiors 41'.»: sii])])f)rted Th.e Enulisli 
and .-ettlers. 5. Ixiv : itopic nn-et Clitnch. 5. Ixvi; in;trried Fmma 
the ;iro]jrietors. 5. l\iv: 7. 41"_': 'liuior. 5. Ixvi : 7.414: hi? ailen- 
troubles settled. 7. Ill': jiopnla- tion needed in Maine. 7. 41m: hi-, 
tion increased. 7. 412; inn opened, estate had sulVered by his absence. 
7. 414; mentioned. 4. b". 21'.//. 7. 41i)-41 1 ; few of his tenants had 
:]>>'), 1: 5. xvii: 6. ti7: t''^. 7:;. '.•2. paid rent. 7. 411; had surveys 
•J-JS, 3"/.'. ;J()i'; 7. !'>;], '.jW, 404. 40'), made. 7. 411 : <iave .•;ati>fnetion to 
4.")y, 47'>. the next of kin, 7. 411; invited 

Ann, mairied James X. Lithi^ow. 5. new settlers. 7. 412: visited tlie 

4lS. 422. bt>uth, 7. 4i;]; im]>ression of the 

Bank, the, 6. GS, 73. visit, 7. 41;]; pave a communion 

JJenoni. 5. lix. ! service to St. Ann's church, 7. 41".; 

Sir Chri>topher. arrested. 2.. '>0^/-."7''/ ; .spent a winter in Boston. 7.414: 

3. ;]1>//; in joison. 2. -"m"; nothin'.; returned to the Kennebec. 7. 41-'): 
criminal foun<l ai,^ainsl. 2. .">7"; resided in his father's hou^.-. 7. 
blazoned in Fnuland the outi-a^'e 41."j: built a s])acious hon-e. 7. 
practiced a;rain>t. 2. 'r,,/; an en- 4It); his hos]dtality. 7. 4Hi, 417. 
emy to the Puritan^. 2.7^": Mor- 42;'.: his larye hou-ehold, 7. 41il; 
ton's a<count of. 2. ~>'i: tied from joined the church. 7. 417: enlari'cd 
Ma>s.. 3. ;;i7: live<l at l'ejipsc<»t the ijarsona'^a-, 7. 417: bnilt the. 
with Puiiha.-.e. 3. :; i ^. :; 1 -„ : had stone church, 7. 417-41>: a lay 
several wives. 3. :;i</.;not akiji;;ht, dele<iate, 7. 41'.»-42t); in ptdilic of- 
3- 31^//. tice, 7. 420-421 ; his charai-tcr. 5. 

tlie i:.v. v.. PioLrra].hi.-al Notice of Ixvii. Ixviii; 7. 421. 42--'. 42:5. 4:^4- 

th(- Kev. (;ec»r;:^e Unr;,'e.>s. 7. 4i:'j- 4l'.">: ]lre.■^ideIlt of the Maine His- 

4-'>»i. torical'Society. 7. 4l'l'; his phys- 

Frederick Alien. 6. 41. i<pie. 7.422; house buiiied and rc- 

Haruiah, dan^ilitcr of bi. S\ Ivi-ster, Ituilt, 7. 424: losses. 7.424; chih 

5. Ixi; ii.ajiicd Jlol/Lit Haliowell. dreii of. 7. 4-_'."); an ival of ol<l au'e. 
5. l.\i. Ixii; 7.404. 7. 4i"'>; di.-tnrbed by tlie war of 

Henry, his New Filmland's \'inilica- the rebellion. 7. 4l'7: hi- la.-t aji- 

tion. j/iobabiy written by Kdw. pearamx- at ciiurch. 7. 4l'7-4i'^: 

Godfn-y. 9. 3i"j; cited, g. ;;o.'>, ;;uU. death of, 4:i.^; one of the Kt-nnc- 

oll, ;J4!',. ' bee purchasers, 8. 2U^;t; hi.-> a->- 



INDEX TO COI.LKCTIOXS. , lOo 

pittance ack!u>\vlo(1c:e(l, 7. oS4; f^arlio. nhniidniit, 3. nor,. 

loltirof cited. 6. -.'"1: im-iitioiu'ii. (iaiiu-aii. Kraii.is Xavicr. liis Hi-i.iry 

4.9; 5. wii: 6. ."..".s. .-'.■•.o. r,t;i. :;7S: 7. of Canada .iir.l. 7. A:\i,, -V.t. :).i„. 

o'.iO.;;;*:: 8.41i>: lii> History <.l" tlu- (Jam-tson. Frirl...rn. 4. ;;ol>. :;:;:>. 

Ki'iHU'lioo I'ur.lias,'. 2. •^(■.'.i-i'-.M; 5. ( iiiirisun fovf. 3. KiT. Us-l-l'.i. 

.•'.:'l; 8. •_'04; liis Jones" Kildy on liiil. 9. 14:;. lm. ].-,:;, ]:,4. 

tlio K.nn.lK-.'. 4. 41-4'.t: Ids >!,■- Uousesof Voik Coimtv Lv tlu- Hon. 

nioir of Inujanun Vauuhan. 6. E. K. r>ouiiif. 7. ln7^|-jo. 

N-J-'.'-J: l]io.ura]diy ,<(. liy tiie iloii William I.loyd. s'. 44::. 

(ifoiLTf J-;\a!is. 7.4.".7-4.I. (;aniM.ns. iiuiid>.-r of in 1744. 3. 17".: 

. dauLflitiT of J. dm. nianii'd value of. 7. lo'.i. n:,; a few >tin 

.Tanus Idtli-ow. 5. 41<. survive. 7. 1 lO-lH ; seven in Wells 
1)1. Sylvester. leased laud of .lelfiies in Id;)!.). 7. HI : in oHkt plaees. 7. 
and Doiniell. 2. -jo:^,; an iuliueuiial ni: two in fai^e Xi'ddock. 111- 
lueinl.er of_tli(- Keinudnc pur- 1 ll' : site of one 7. 1 TJ : de-ri i^id, 
elia.sers. 2. L'.'.i. i.'^:.'-::-:;: 5. li\-lx: 3. 174: 7. llL'-ii:]. 114. llti. 117." 
ooininenced a >etlleineut on tiie 1 1^: seiiies witnessed froni w itldn. 
Kennel.ee, 2. -v-. ^v-; i,„iit ., 7. ]];•,; tiie StoixT. 7. 1 14 : all tie- 
sloop to be usrd as a packet. 2. serti d. 7. 1 14: the I.arral.ee. 7. 1 h^ 
2Sl'; land s;rant to. 2. i'-<2. •_'-:;: 1I7: us.d dui in- Lovewell's w ar. 
built nulls at Dresden. 2. L'SL': t.pok 8.111,;: built bv Cols. Noble and 
up.ni himself the conveyance of Lewis. 8. II':!. 11':'.)). ]-_M : lirst luen- 
land. 2. I'sd: birth of. 5. lix: 7. tioned. 8. -'7'.': remained in colo- 
4(14: educated in Kurope. 5. lix: a nial architecture. 8. l:7'.': onlv one 
benefactor of Mass.. 5. lix: in c..n- remainimi'. 8. l'7'.': <;arii>..n at 
trol of the affairs of the Kennebec Ulack Point, the stron-est in the 
I'nrchascrs. 5. Ix: chared a farm province. 3. I(i7: the peojjle souuht 
at Dresden. 5. 1\: luride iuiproxe- refu-e in. 3. Iii7; descent upon bv 
■ ments at (ianbner. 5. Ix: j.at- the Indians. 3. lo.^: parlev between 
ron of the Kpiscoj^al Church. 5. Jocelyn and .Mu.^r.-x. 3.'b'-: the 
Ix-lxi: death of. 5. Ixi: <-haiacter people treacherously left .l.Molyn. 
of. 5. Ixi; nuirried Anne (iild.ons. 3. loj;; snrren<lered. 3. 10-: "re- 
5. Ixi: 7. 4(14: i.rovi.-ii.ns in his built. 3. 140; attacked. 17o::. 3. 
will^ to ]ieri.ctuate his name. 5. 14(J-141 : commandeil bv Lanabce. 
Ixi-ixii: 6.4;': a native of KIumIc 3. 141: attempt made to under- 
Islan<l. 7. 4ii4: ha.l a hue medical mine. 3. 141: Indians retrtated 
education. 7. 404 : had a lar-e for- fr-.m. 3. 141-142: at IJurt..u. 5. 
tune. 7. 404: his < hildren. 7. 4(i.'.: ;j7:;: at Damariscotta. 8. :J(d. ;;'.".•: 
should be remeiubereil by the at Falmouth, amuunution t>> be 
I.eoide of Kennebec. 7. 4(i:,: left sent t... 5. ■J7T: under tlie e,,ni- 
for Kngland. 7. 4(C>: at Xewj.oit. maud of ('apt. Sylvanus Davis. 5. 
7. 40.-, : part of liis ]iroperty contis- ' 'J77: at Foxwell's 3. KC): at Gor- 
. cated. 7. 40.">; division of Ids i)rop- ham. 3. 171/(: at Hammond"?. 9. 
erty. 7. 40.".-4(i';: death of. 7. 4(!(;: . i:'/.',: at Libbv"s. 3. 170; at New- 
mentioned. 7. I'.c. p.tO: 8. -iO'.i, ■ Ca.sco. 3. Uh, : at Pemaquid. 5. 
•-!:;„, 214. 214/,. L'H', ■2*;^i,. J^J. 17.47.4s: 7. l-V.': at Phillip"s. 3. 
-^■'- 104: at Purpouiluck. 3. i:>: at 
Major Tliomas. commissioned to KovalKs river. 7. r,7 ; at .sai;adahoe. 
h.dil a court. 2. s.-J: 5. i':;(i. 24'.»: 5. L'7T: at St. (;eor<:es. 3. :;'.-o: 5. 
treasurer of Devon Co.. 5. iM'.t: :3fi7. :;(;7,/. :]r,-^: at .Scotto.v"s. 3. 
lived at Cape Ann. 5'^i':;o„: siojied lor,: at Sjuirwink. 3. l:;7, i:>: at 
I-etition to Mass.. 10,2. 5. i.'4i), Storer's, 3. ]:;■<. i;;,s„. v.).-,.- at 
\\illiam. son ..f Dr. Sylvester. 5. Sheep.scot. 4. L'l:}; at St. John.s. 
hx, Ix; 7.4(1."): had <har;^'e of his 9. ,s7: on tlie Kennebec. 9. >-T: 
fathcr"s alfaiis in Maine. 5. !x: mentione<l. i. 2(hj. 2Ut;, I'li.s: 2. IVi', 
received j,rop,-rty frt>in hi.- fatlier. I'.i7, ]'.»l»; 3. ]:i~,n. PiS. 
5. Ixii: death of. 5. Ixii: 7. 400. . Ciaspe bav, 7. 40/,. 
/apt. Joseph. 2. !:;;;. ; Gatchell.' . (.f Starks. 4. PAil. 

•'ardinerstown. now );ardiner. 2. I's;;; _ ,,f Vass:dl<oro. 4. Hir,. 

7- -11" (;ates. Gen. Iloiatio, 3. i<.i(;.>(. 

'•arland. (ieor^re. lived , -it S.arbor(.u;.di Sir Thomas, sent with an ex-pr-di- 

and Plack Poinr. i. 101: 3. .s:;; ao- tion to America, 2. l'O: arrived at 
cirsed (jf liviij- v,i-h .Sarah Mills. : ,- Jesscpiok. 2. L'o; met Summei-:^, 2. 

I- 101: '.I'dereii to be mariie.l. vi) 

'" .!i''" ,i.'i~" f'>il i'ldtn to marry. Gauliu. , 7. Tl/i, "8, 82. 

I. -i i^-'jl'.'t. i 



106 



.AIAIXE IlI:?TOUICAL SOriETY. 



Gay. thv llcv. Khonozer. 4. 272. 
-"-— , «.f Oli.-siiilil. 4. :;>(•.. 
I-<?wis. 4. .".Ml. ;j()s, .N.'). :]<C,. 
Ti't.-r. 4. .I'l-^. ;;:;:;, :](;:;. ;M4. :^9^. 
fi.'iylf. Jliu;li. laiiil craiiiiMl t,t. 9. .'ITS. 
G;i/A-i|.' '-l' llir I'riitcd .states, the, 

v'.U'l. 4. :,',. 
('flii-au i.-I:i:i.I. 2. If'iT. I7'->. 
Gt'tliicx. l!,irtli('l<iiiu-\v, Ian 1 iriaiiti-cl 
r.>. I. -JiL'. -J! 1: a 1 in.l sp;-.-ula;..r. 
i.2Ju'/(; 2. IT'l: liv(.-l at ."^ilom. i. 



'JAJii. •JV.-.tii): 2. IT-.: S..I1I uraut (Jcn.'kfr. 3. :; 



Gcthioy. 2. 170: boixNinan foi 
James Koliiiiv,,,,. 3. 71 : ih.p,,siiiun 
of, 3. 7".: lived at i;i,h-k I'oini. 3. 
7"). .">;. l;;:,: Irttcrs t(. >-, cttov 3 
lO'.i. I2:;-r_'{: rii,tuiv,l l,v In liaii.s. 
at l;ic!minii(i"s islui.l. 3. ni; 
tiu.--fi'i.- for ."-^failM.iiiu.;li. '3. 12'.i. 
'2-V',: SI n!rnr..,l Imu !i.>i ]iuiii>iic.!, 
3. l;;.'): a iiMu aliove su>iii(i.Mi. 3. 
]••;•"■: tl.'i...>iti..ii .■(.';;■. I'.iau'. 3. 
■'■'"" niciiti(>iK.(l, i.2>l: 2. 172. 17.') 



to Silvaiiu- l>avis. i. -.'42;/. 2l'i: 

lia<l a iiiill at IlivalTs ii\.T. i. 

27U//; 2. 171': sold land 1 . Walter 

Geiidall, i. 27i>/(: petiti.in.'tl to 

Andros to eonlirni his title, i. 

27ii/i : a.ii aeior in the uitrlieratt 

«leIu>ion. 2. 17;;: his .liim at 

Noitli YaiiHoath. 2. 17.",. 17s. i7;i_ 

iMt; mill l.iinie<l. 2. 17'.": land 

niort;:.iL:ed. 2. 17'.': de.itli ot. 2. 

IT'.': menlioiied, 2. 172. 
Geese, almnd mr. 2. >'2. 
GelLird, Jo., g. :',:', \it, :]:]:>, 
Geisseiih.tinei-. the IJev. Dr. F. W ■: 

4n.-.. ■ ^ 

GeiiduU, AValt r. owned Creat f'he- 
lu'aj:. r. 1-17: liis wiilow married 
Tlieo(lo>iu> Moore, i. 1 J7. .-,.-,(;: 
lived at Falmouth, i. 1"..",. I^n,,, 

1^".. 21.;: 2. 171: 3. 7:.. -:]. 1:;-,: a Geneva. 6. 24. '.i.".. luo 
.luror. I. Is.,. :^;;i: wmi. >s a-aiu.st IJihle t 

I rair-is \eale. 1 



(ieiieral .Vrii ,Id. flit\ Cai,!, r,,||iii ii.. 
4. :;i(): wrecked. 4. .j in; i.ietare 
of on ,a t.ivern sii,'n. 4. :;ni. 
assemhlv, the. of Laconia. i. '.K. ici: 
of -M lin'.. I. 7:;. 241 : »,1 New Voik 

association of Mass., 5. li. 

co:iJereiice of Mi'llu.(ii..rs. 7. 227. 

court (>f Mi>s., 4. :.'i.-, : 3. •_':',.,-24] . 
24'.», ;;7i)»: 6. li'. ;;_'o: 7. -jo l. ■_'! 1 
2i(i. 22o. 2:J<;. :;:,;;. :■.:,[. :'.:,<;. :;>;!. 
;^.!tl : 8. 11. Hi;. 1H. ii.ii. li-..-,. :ji4„," 

21")/(. 2I(>. L'4';;(. •J'>\>il. l'7l./i. 2^:1;;. 

2!i4/i. 414: 9. -ji;. s'.). 170. :;i)7_ ;]_,;,_ 
34:3. ;U4. ;;o;;. :;(;4. ;;^o. 

court tiles, cited, i. L'';;. 
entries. 5. :3s. Ciii. i;7. O'.i. 
Pattison. tlie. 2. 24s. 
reijisTer. tlu'. i. \'.t:>. 



-'"": i'r,-sente.l 
for vilifyin.^ the c,uiim:->i,.n-r- 
I- i'«'(); taken prisoner, i. l'-7: 
acted as an ijiteriireter and ni.v>- 
senu'er, i. 227; returned to Fal- 
moutii. I. 2;;i: tried for treason. 
i.2.;I: 3. l:;.": a coni;iiis.,i,iner. i. 
-■'A ; to re.Milate the selthMiienl- at 
North Vannouth. i. 2;;!: Forr 
Loyaliu liiscare. i.2;;i. :.'7.i- killed 
I. 2:31, -:]2. -yi: 2. 174: 3. ^:;. l;j^; 
a deiMity. i.:.';;i ; ex. lian-.^d farms 
■iMth Madiver. i. 2;;i': 3.7.",; juii- 
cliase<l land .^f Geo. Felt. i. i'.;2: 
ai>i>eare(l foi- the town of F il- 
inoufh. I. -41; not allowed to 
f.ike a seat in the first assemhly. 
I- 241: 1 in. I in Faliuotith irranted 
to, I. 2.")1: as Indian a-eiit. i. -'i?;- 
M_te of liis .-aw mill. i. l'.;;.. ^70; 2. 
1(1; one of the cotiunittee to r"- 
pniiFort Loya!, 1.-70; trustee for 
r-ilnjouth. I. 2."j4. 2.',.-|. 27'J 27"' • 
I«>irclia>ed t!,e mill of "Gedney.'l! 
||.H/i; .sent with troops to .Vl.rtli 
larmouth, i. 2s'.i; unsuccessfullv 
att:icked l.v Indians, i. -'-^u- left 
no male issue, j. :...■.,. a ...ieetm .n. 
J- '^24; land in .V,,rt!i VarnKuitii 
Pia«te<l to. 2. 17.;: I rei.resenra- 
tive, 2. ]7;;; tru>tee for Xorrh 
Yarmouth, 2. lT:i: hi. >awmill 
t'unit, 2. 174 ; mortgaged land Uj . 



U', 4. I,-, 
("olle--,-. 7. 4is-tl(). 
Gent. I)a!iiil, 5. .■,7. 
Eiiz. 2. L':;i;. 

T!u)i;i :s. lived at Sheepscot. 2. 2-V): 

his hind claim. 2. 2:;"i; .s\\ oie tealty 

to the Duke of Vork. 4. :.'l'I ; meii- 

tioiu'd. 2. :.':;i;; 4. -j:;.!. -.;:;; 5. .'>7. 

S^. ini); 9. l;;;i«. Ui'. 14:;. 

Geo.:irap!iical discoveries due to the 

lisiuries. 5. 144-14."j. 

nonieii'-lature indefinite. 5. l.").'>. I.".".;;. 

George I. 2. 241: 3. ;;•;!. :;■;:;. ::<;.■,. :;(;.;^ 

•">;'.», :J7o, :]7;;. ;;7.-). ;;>-,. ;;;(.-,. ;;..i7. 

40:;, 41<;. 417. A\:k 420. 421. 422, 

4-4, 4-_'7, 4;;.>, 447: 6. s, ',»-iu, 2(J!); 

8. L".'.",. 

n, 2. 211; 4. 12;;. 12<3, 127. 12-;. l:;o. 

lo2, 1:;;;, l.-J.j. I?,-. l:;s. 141, i4._., 

U^.. 14'.t, ]:>:). l.-,'.(. i,;o, ii;i, k;;;. 

l';7 17.;, 174. {•-■I, Is.j; 5. ;;7:.'; 8. 

2;;o. i';;i ; g. S3. 
III. 7. l.">. 

CajU. . of the Ros... 7. .",4. 2.">ii. 

Ge(.»rges. ai»praisetl of the aj-proach <>i 

the Indians. 7. 177. 
islan Is, 5, ;;t;7. ;>;■.). :;74. ;;7.- ; 6. :3.',t'>; 

9. .;": s,;- St. (;eor-c- i»l.M,.i>. 
)i\.-r. Gov. Powndl at. 5. ;>;7: now 

St. Ge,u-e, 5. ::>■-„: l.lockhoU.M.S 

eie.ie.i (ui. 5.:,i;7..;';7/' : Weymouth 
siijijiosial to have sailed up, 7. :'.!: 
A.shley and Fierce e>lahli:,!iiMl a 
trading jxj.st on the, 9. 7>; .saw- 



IXDEX TO COLLECTION >;. 



]07 



mills croctod on. 9. So: montimu'il. 
3. J-'T: 4. '•''>-'■). ."Ini. oUT. •■'■_'."-: 5.o(">^. 
o*;S/, ; 7. L'">'. : 8. .".I--: 0.8"., |;M. 
Gcoriri'iow n, 1). C .. 6. :(''>. 

M.iine. rnrkor's islami a jmrt of. i. 
2'.'; foniU'ily Ariowsic i-hnid. i. 
2'24: rt'niaiiis oi' liiiliaiis aN, 2. I'.'l : 
lit ally (U'stroyi.'tl. 2. 1 '.'.')- I'.'ii: site 
of till' I'lynioutli tradiiiLT liousc At. 
2. L'l i< '-■_'! 11 : iiiruriMU-arfii. 2. I'i'i.': 
lL'4: tniit.-ry of. 2. I'lii;: dis- 



40;^: at T.-iotli P.ay. 5. -tO;-.: 6. ;'.-.'i'. 
;'.!'•".: 8. -Jl:'.; 9. .--.".. xi; tlioM- in 
Waldoliovo un(lti>!oi)(l only 'luir 
iiati-.X' ti'iiui'.f, 5. 4*1^. -li 1 1-411: 5. 
4: tlK'ir routo to na.-li Anurica. 
6. •■]"Jl'-;;l'.';: suffi riiiLT aniMuu. 6. 
M-j;): at l'lnla(lcl|>lii 1. 6. :'.-J<: fm- 
tl;i,T iiMiiuH'iii.iits. 6. ;'L'~ -.;:;! ; 8. 
-11 : iiu ntioiit'd. 4. 71 : 7. ^i'. 
<u'riiianro\\ I). u<\\ W.iI'imIm.i n, s. iM:'. : 
ao.kiiiu wcavrr ai. 



11)1 inl>ciiMl. 2. •JOT; troops finm (icrminv. 2. T('.</ : -j-ii: 5. 404, 40,",. .{17; 

kilk-I Caiil. Spiin-n-. 2. I'l.l-i'n : 6. -J-J-S',. LM. ;;l"_'. oi'."*. :;2S.' o:>.'. 

first cluiich in. 2. 'J::!): clt-ruN nifii ;;i:o: 7. 41. 4.';j. 

at, i?i'()-22-2: Hath set oif from. 2. (Jmiiar. 6. 411. 

2-2-2: Frt'iK-h lu'Utral.s sont to. 3. (ifrri-li. .Ih.s,>|i1i. married Anna Toini)- 

JTi'i-c 6. .■!4r. : drstitntf of a jireai'li- ; .son. 3. •_':.'">. 

Col. .I,,s,>].li. 2. 1:N. 

Timotiiy, of FalniMiirl). 8.-_'4 1 : si'_-nL'd 
ti.f treaty of 171.], 6. i:.j.") ; auto- 
'_;ra]i!i of. 6. l'"-". 

Lit-nf. , 8. 1: 



r. 3. i'7o. --^4: 6. I'.i.'): Macrluni 
han at. 3. l'74**: no (IiiutIi at. 3. 
27"i: till-' i.'i-v. .la.-o!) IJailty at. 3. 
i:7o: 6. r.'O. 1".''.': numln'r of i-om- 

mniiicants at. 3. i'7"): t!if Krv. , _. ..,,. 

Willard Whecl.-r ]ir<.-a<'!icd at. 3. (k'tihidl. lU njaniin. 3. IsO. 

27t;: 8. llL'/c rlmivli Imilt. 3. :i7i). i Jiist'iili. 3. l.;o 

277; Ejii-seopalians at. 3. :.77: S. ! 

112;i: conference with Imlians at, (ilont. Q.'.'ihr. 8. ]s 

3. :!51, ;]f)l-:J7-j: 6. 2i;0: "Willi im (iianfs Grave. 9. -.'14. 

Lith.uow settled in. 5. 417. 4:::;: 8. (.ililn rs. Kohert. 5. 4^. 

28."i-L'^G: destroyed liv Indians. (iihl'in-. Amln 

6. 10: Scoteli- Irish settle in. 6. ;'.l': 

James Sullivan oonmuiieed his 

law )>raetice in. 5. 47-4>.4^// : Fi 



Xei'.cmiah. i. •")04, .joij, .")US. 



i';enf for Jolin 

Mason. 3. :'.4: letter of cited. 3.. 14. 

i;,t< hel. married Hubert Ld^eeomi^ 

3- -•' 



will L!a])tisf el. 111. h in. 7. 41':.': Cihlioii. Kihvard. 4. fm 



lionie of Arthur Nohh'. 8. lo:.; t'ne 
Kev. William I.eniehon at. 8. llo,,, 
112i,: lirst chii.l l.oiu iii. 8. Ill/,: 
jrarrison huilt at. 8. 12:'.,/: nien- 
tioue<I. I. ."lOL',,: 2. I'jo, I'.ii'. :.'iic,. 
21."), 21'<, 27s : 3. -jir,: 4. -',1.-,: 6. 
52. ::il:;. :]2:>: 7. 2rj. 27"). -iO'r, 8. 
112/(; 9. l:n. 

lime, 4. :;2(;. 

reeords. 8. 111/i. 



(;ii)lions. Anne, dau-htei- of Dr. V»'il- 
liam. married Dr. -S. (iardiner, 5. 
Ixi: 7. 404. 
.Tames, liveil at Saeo, i. 1>S; a juroj-. 

I. l-s. :;77. 
Dr. William. 5. Ixi: 7. 40.",. 
(iihl.s. C.i. (o-oiue. 6. 107. 412. 

William, i. l.",o/,, i'l7;,. 
(Tihraltar. 8. 122. 

of Ameriea. tlie. 4. 7"s 8. :;i:l 



(k'oroia, ordered the foreii;ii archives , Gibson. Mary, married C;ai>t. Tiiurlow, 
to be searched fi>r records. 2. lo,/; ] s. 412 



Aiadians sent to. 6. o4:!,(: men- 
tioned. 2. 74'': 5. xxxvii. ;!it): 6. 
C.")(); 7. 42.'). 
Historical .Society. 4. 4: 7. 4>4. 
'u-orudana. 3. 2'.'. 
'•erniaine. I.,ord (o-or<re. 7. l'O:]. 
'Juiiian Emiiire. the. 9. 24-"). 
t.utheian Chureh. tiie. 5. 40S. 
^tniuians in Waldolioro. 7. I'lO. j 

I'fotestauts. came to Maine, 4. "•*^. | 
AVilli.'.m. signed the petition to | 
liradstieet. i. -j^:;/,-. ; 

^''-iinaiis. induced to come to Dres- ' 
<hn, 2. -J.SO: 6. 4. ;12J. iJi'.'); the war 
^villi tiie, raised tin- ],iii e of p.,v.- 
<ltr. 3. 4.;2; early in .M:iine. 5. xxi. 
xxii: 6.:j. 4,2:): in'iu''ements h(dd ■ 
"•.li by flic Kenn.biw I'mcha-irs. 
5- l.v: aiiiMil in W'aidoboio, 5. ; 
'•'•>: C. ;>;'.o g. ^(i: driven auay, 5. 1 
■i'j-j: second atlemMt to settle, 5. 



Kichard, punished ffir insnljordina- 
tion. I. :ns-:;7;); lined for lilas 
l)hemy, i. :!7'.'. 

the llev. Milliard, at llirh inorid's 
island, 1. .'iL': 6. i:>. l.su, isi; mij'.- 
ister at I'ortsmoul h. 1. ."^s, itil ; 
at Isle of Shoals. i..")>: oiuioxioiis 
to the <;()Vernment of Mass., i. .")'.•; 
brouiiht an action aLiainst J>oni'_di- 
ton for slandt 1-. i.'i'.hi: edmatid 
at Ma,L;(lah 11 rollcj-.., i.:,'.in: ma> 
have pri aciicd a( Sjiurwink. i. 
.')47/-: at S.u-o. 6. l^o. L'ld: knoun 
at I'oitsmoiilh. 6. l-^l ; ojipo-tfl 
tile enc]'oa(dimciiis of Mass.. 6 
INl. \^J: contro\eisy \\ ith l.ark- 
liam. 6. IM ; oldi-cd' to aiknow 1- 
edm- tiie jurisdiction o| .Mas-,.. 6. 
]>J: left tiie county, 6. isl. 1.-2; 
character of, 6. 1.S2; mentioned; 
7. i'2(j. 



108 



MAINE IIISTOmCAL SOCIKTY. 



Gibson. Soth. 2. 170. 

Dr. ThmiKis, I. "n't). 

Sorj^oant Tln>in.Ts. i. .")0l. 

])f;u-(»ii, . of .*^(o\vt'. S. 41-_' 

Gul.lin.us. .losliun INnd. 8. H-). 

y[\vv, iniiniiMl lJoiij;imi!i York, i. 

r,w. 

(.\H vi Gml. till'. siiU <.ui li> till- V]y- 
moutli ('<iini«,uiy. 2. L'T' : 3.i.".'l; 7. 
2'.U; <.'oiiini,iniK»l l'\ ri>|/.;am. 3. 
2U1-2!)L'; 5. ;;.".l; sailnl inun Ply- 
montli, 5. ."..■)] : at Munlu-^an is- 
land. 5. ;;-!<', ; at Sihin.i. 7. :',(•].. ■;!■_': 
I'ojjliaiu's llaLisliij*. 7. ;;iT; jnol)- 
altly si'cn by ('ajit. .loiiii Siuitli, 7. 
OIS: inontioiK'il. 3. ;>h,I/, : 5. ^'.hi: 

7. ol-J. 

Gilbiit. the i;ev. Ellipliak'l. 8. ISO. 

family, intLTL'sted iu Kimii^h iiiincs. 
5. ]~tou. 

Sir HmnplnH'V. muk-itnuk a voyaiie 
to Xi'w fonmilaml, 2. r.i..': uik-Il' 
to Sir Jolui and Caju. llalei'^li. 2. 
'2~io: tonnau'o of liis sliip. 5. •-'I'.'/C 
patont t;rantc-d to. 6. 174: tnnk 
]<os.sessi(.)n of Xt-wfiuiiidland. 6. 
174; promulgated three priiieipal 
laws, 6. 174: menrimud. 2. l.'J:4. 
6S, 72; 5. \:,l : 9. :jiil. 

Sir John, a member of the riymoiith 
Company. 2. 27": a letrer to eited, 
2. 2>i': death of. 2. 22. .'ji>,/; men- 
tioned, 7. ] •.".!;/. 

('ai)f. Ilaleiiih. in eoniman<l of an 
exjiedition sent out by the Ply- 
inontli Company:!.:.".': 2.i;1.27'': 
5. oo4, ;j">0; oxidored tlie eountry, 
2. 21: a nephew of .^ir Hinn]ihrey, 

2. 27(': the only member of the 
Council of Plymouth who visited 
New Enuland. 2. .">]« ; commantler 
f)f the .Mary and John. 3. 2'.i2: 5. 
3.51 ; rowed to the Pemaquid river. 

3. 297. 2'.»-<: 5. l.">^-l.V.t. ;>U -:;:>"., 
o4s!, :]40, ;>Vi: 6. :]IA; 7. l-U: Skid- 
warres acted as his lulot. 3. 2' '7. 
21IS. :^.i.>; 5. ■:.:]:,: 6. :]14: met Na- 
lianada, 3. 2'."7: 5. 1"''.': 7. v-L': exam- 
ined the Sa^adalioc Pivcr. 3. vloo, 
o04: 5. .>17: swoin a>si>t.iut. 3.-";ol : 
went to ex])lore tlie coast. 3. :;itl- 
302: 5. '.]■]'>: at .Semiamis. 3. .'>J2; 
at Caseo bay, 3. 3')2: his unsuc- 
cessful attempt to \i>it the Penob- 
scot river, 3. 30:1: met >elienoa. 3. 
30.'}; treachery of the Indians. 3. 
30G; set u]> a cross. 3. ■,<)",; 5. ;:;•")- 
33(); dili;rent in di^'ov-nies. 3. 
308: heard of his brothers death, 
3. 30!<: a nephew of ."-ir Walter. 4. 
(J>!; death of, 4. i/': visited by In- 
dians. 5. 144; 7. i:;4: several voy- 
at^es were tnade in his char!/c. 5. 
1">7: relied on mines to supjfort 
Ins C'dony. 5. 17-5: the projector 
of the .Sa^za'lahoc colony. 5. ll'.in: 



interested in En.ali>h mines. <; 
173(i: wintered at .Sauadahock. 5 
17S; visited St. (ieor.nes i>iand. 5. 
34S: t'ound the eioss, 5. :;;v: 
started to visit P)assaba. 5. ;'..".o: 
his reason fin- returnini: to ]ji-. 
land. 5. ;;")2: went up the Penob- 
scot. 7. ;]; dmiiped anchor neat 
Pemaquid. 7. i;il: .-ucceedcd pop- 
ham, y. '■'>'<■'<: deteiiiiined lo rdtirr. 
to Knulaud. 7. :)[i): returueii. 2. 
30a: 7.:;o7. 312; offendi d Popliai:'. 
7. 31-'i. 317: mentioned. 2. I'J. 27". 
2.^'(. :]0(/, ■■VJii; 5. 14^. !.".></: 7. i'.',. 
2'.i7. 2'.is, ;]oi'. ViO'j, 3u(.i. 3u7, 3n'.i. 
311); 9. :;o2. 
William. 4. ;;ii."i. 

Giles, - — -. cited. 4. 8. 

Tho.. commissioned justice of tlie 
j.eace. 5. IU2, 113, 11.'). 117; ^c 
also (4yK's. 

(iill. Lieut'.-(;ov. . 4. :.'04: 

Gillet. the Pev. Idiphalet. i.lO; 2. 117. 
11'.': 4. 3o.j, 30t!, ;;30, 3")."): 7. 27'.*. 
284. 
the P.ev. Dr. , 7. 372. 41.'.. 

(iilley. .lohn, of Fort Western, hi> 
ereat a^e. 1. ',o:\i). 

Gilll)atriek, Thomas. 4. :V>2. 

Gilman. Allen, pioneer lawyer of Bai>- 
•^ov, 8. 4."j2. 4.")."j; lirst mayor oi 
llanj^or, 8. ■i-'i'j. 
John, signed the treaty of 1713. 6. 

2.>4: autograph of. 5. •S>4. 
Gov. John T., his daughter marric 1 

the Pev. Dr. Nichols. 5. Ivii. 
the Pev. Tristram, preai hci a: 
Bakei-stown. 2. Ip;: at Nortii 
Yarmouth, 2. IsS: mentioned. 2. 
ll-j, 117: 4. 332; 7. 2l:o. sM. -■'■'. 

Col. . 7. 23.J. 

Mrs. , 7. 237. 

(iilniantov. n. 4. i".t4. 

Ciilmoie, Pidicrt, married Miss Piii:.'- 
ham, 7. '■',')'>. 
Pufu>. made plans of the Dii.-sy 
land. g. 23;i. 

Gilpaiiick. Charles. 4. oo'-). Z'l-i. 

Mary II.. dauehter of Pichard. ni-o- 
ried the lion. E. E. Ponrne. 8. :;' J; 
dates of her birth and death. S. 
:^,U-^: chai-acter of, 3. 3'.*2-3'.i:j. 
Pichard. 8. 3'.»2. 
Thomas. 4. :;."j2. 

(iimj'.^e. Thomas, signed the periti"'- 
to .Mass., 5. 240.' 

(rirlini:. (^.ipx. , sent to reeapiafc 

Peiita^'oet. 7. 3."^: impatimt to at- 
tack. 7. 3.">— 30: lost his opp.irtunity. 
7. 3i'>: (iisajipeaied Irom hisior.'*- 

7. ;>;. 

(ii'.en. a .'^cotch-Irish naine. 6. PL 
(rhiss windows, scaice, 4. I'-^O'/: iir^' 

in Buxton. 4. I'^U/i; at Fort II lii- 

fax. 8. •_'77. 
Glazier Beanisly, 8. 12l/(. 



INDEX TO COLLKCTION'-^i 



100 



I. t.tw/. 



the first cattle 

l>uirh:ist'(l at 

tirst inL'nti'jne(.l 



Ckni'unio. 8. 4"4. 
Ch.iuestcr. Kn-.. i- 'I'l'O. 

Mas*., the (K-stoiulaius of X:\thanie! 

Wharf at. i. ~>U>: Icniior home of 

the Wakcleys ami Mattliew (.'oe. 

I. ].•).•!; home v.f Xatlianiel WhartY. 

i.-JoS; home of Thomas -Iti'JTi^s. i. 

i'O'.J; home of Klisha Carney, i. 

'j.">T'i. r.(i'^; .Tohn Carney moveil tt>. 

i.:50S; home of .lohn ar.tl Samuel 

Davis, I.. SO'.': home of Ctco. Inu'er- 

soU. I. •'•11; .lose]>h InirersoU dictl 

ill. i.ol'J: s.imiu'l Iu>j;ersoll fstah- 

lisluilat. i.:;rJ: home of .lonatlran 

(>rris, i..;i4: liome of .lo>iah Wal- 

lis. I. 31(5: the Wallis family 

moved to but returned, i. :lli). :ilT ; 

liome of b^amuel Webher. i. :11S: 

Samuel AW-bbc-r's ehihlieii born 

at, i.olS: home of Sannul York. 

I. olS; former liome of .lames 

Lane, 2. 171: .lolm Tennv moved 

to, 3. T"). 7"> '1 ; mentioned, 2. 144. 

l.jl. \:A: 5- •!"'*'■: S. •-'•-'■-,/. 

Henry. Duke of. 7. \-'~iii. 

Gloueei-terslnre. i. 11 

(Hover, the l!ev. Jiss 

(ioaeh, r.arn.. 2. 4ri. 

Goat ishtnd. 9. los. 

Goats, value of 3.. >" 

imported, 3. S"^ 

Monhe^^an. 5. ITi' 

in New Em^lau!'.. 

God. the. of tlie Indians. Squantum. i 

3. ltr,„; Manitou. 4. luT: Cliinus, j 

4. ■)',{>; Tanto. 4. Ill: 5. 1>T. 
Goddard, Gyles, reiaesentative of \ 

Cornwair county. 5- ^: S. K'4: 
commissioned a lieutenant. 5. 101 ; 
captain of the fort. 5. W'>: sur- 
veyor, 5. luO-lOT; justiee of the 
peace, 5. lb': representative for 
Pemaquid. 5. ^r,:'.: carried the pe- 
tition of the I'emaquideis to New 
York, 5. -2' ;:;-•_'' ;4: mentioned. 5. 
5S, 'J4. i's; 8. 1.^7. 
Godfrey, Aim. her eliaracter defamed 
and slandered, g. ;;>:;-.>4. 
Catlierine, 9. -".''•»". ^^'H. ^-^T". 
Chark-s. son of (»Uve, baptized. 9. 

001 : buried, 9. O'H. 
Edward, commenced a settlement 
at Agamenticus, i. 40. SO, M'.'O; 
procured eiant<. i. 40—47, SO: 
agent for the Laeonia Comi)any, 
I. 4'5(!; 9. ■>■''<. ••''■'■"(: agent fiir 
Gorges, i. 47'i: 9- -'^'O: governor, 
I. 47". '.)S. is:;„, •_':;-;. S-Wni ; 2. !», Oh/; 
9. 010. ■]')'), '■'>■>'>; on the case of 
Cleeves cs Winter, i. -"4. ')■>>: coun- 
selor, I. T0/(, Ss. :)04, Mt;o. ;](i7. :i*)S, 
300; 9. 300, 3i.'J: brought action 
against Cleeves, i. 74. 75, 3im: at 
tlie first court lieid in Maine, i. 
iyi; resisted the encroachments 
of Mass., I. 101; 2. Olc; 3- ■^^; 



England, 
at York. 1 
account of 
mis>ion to 
1. :'.oo-;;'.'l ; 



yielded to Mass.. i. 101-10-2: 3. A^: 
9. 321: sent a rcnuiustrau' < to 
9. Pilji ; the hrst seilK-r 
1. S-Un: 2. 4'.!/-: 9. :;''7; 
.loi dan, I. S)'),! : eoni- 
general court, in fidl. 
held a court at S;ieo, 
I. r)41: ordi'ri'd to a]tpear bi'iore 
the couneil. i. .". p; : a man of ex- 
perience. 2. 0; suit brouuiit by 
John Stiatton ag.iiu>t. 3. II. •■>>; 
commissioner for New Sonu-rset- 
shire. 3. '■)i'<: a son of Olive. 9..-itl; 
administered his father's csi.Ue. 
9. -JOS. 2'.i>;( ; Ins nuvther's vill. 9. 
i".>".t. :)~i\. 'M^: marrii'd Ann Mes- 
sant. 9. ;i"l; children of. 9. 3ol : 
birtli of. 9. ;■'"'*. 301: aLie in wliieh 
lie lived, g. :;i)o-;lo:J: his early zeal 
for adveiituie. 9. :;o-j-;;it4: m.ivor 
of Auanieiiticiis. 9. :'.('4. 314: luob- 
ably'a merchant. 9. 304. :'.04,/. :;o.-); 
emigrated to Piscatatpia. 9. 3o."). 
3ii0: time of his residence in Amer- 
ica. 9. ;;o.'i-:;oi;. :;(i7. :M4. 3.")0: agent 
for the Counril of New Eu'.: land. 
9. ;]ot!: to deliver the grant to 
Mason and (iorues. g. ■^^''•. in 
charge of the interests of the La- 
eonia Company. 9. 3i;i;. :;0''>;/. lived 
at Eittle Harbor. 9. 3iiO,(: rei-re- 
seuted to (iorges tlie place for a 
future metroiiolis. 9. 3o7. -'.'^l.r. 
built a house at York. 9. 307 .j)",,; : 
nu-t giantees of (Gorges. 9. ;;o,-.;ii> ; 
visited r.oston. 9. ."'.o-: ignored bv 
(iov. '\\'intliio)i. 9. 30-,,: a !•- feree 
in the divi-ion ot the Mason aiul 
Gorges grant. 9. :'.oO: (luarrel with 
Cleeves, 9. ;;oO-:;iO; went ti> Eng- 
lan<l. 9. 310. ;U4; cause of his vi>it. 
9. :;io. 310,,; assisted Ma<s. in 
holding her charter. 9. 3ll-".12, 
320; never thanked for his assist- 
ance. 9. 311)(-3r2/(: returned t<t 
Maine. 9. 312: fruit of bis vi-if. 9. 
;;i3. ;;ori: suggested to (.oiui- tlie 
idea of a muni( ip;d corjioration. 
9. 313. 2i:bi: an oliieer under I'otli 
of CJorges" charters. 9. ;'.14. :il4i. : 
mavor of Gorgeana. 9-314: report- 
ed Win. Hooke to his father. 9. 
ol4/(; controversy with Wiiubrop 
over the Isle of Slunds, 9. .31.".: 
suerl Hull. Heard and (io.., h. 9. 
310/(; letter to Winthroji. 9. ;'•]". 
317/i; lioine of. 9. 317-31s. 31i/-. 
3lS/(; his administiation one of 
quiet ;md progress, 9. 310; a.-ke-d 
pailiament for jirotectiou aj::'inst 
Mass.. 9. 320, 33>-33'.t. 34-'-'44; 
pai>er warfare with Ilaw.-ou. 9. 
320, .340-342, 344; reason for his 
submission to Mass., 9. 321. 3iO- 
34'J; liis lands usurped, 9. :•_'_'. 
3:^Su; petition for redress. 9-322, 



110 



MAIXK IIISTOIMCAL SOCir.TV 



G(>dfrcy, Edwnrd — roiitiiuuMl. 

o'22it: I'l'dics- ordi'K'il. 9. A-22, ;"'.<2- 
o^•"); jtoopK' ask a In .iiiiiL:. 9. ;!i'i.'- 
o'2'-\\ to iz" to llimlaiui. 9. '■'■-■'<: his 
niovoini'nt alaiiiud Mass.. 8. '.VJ't, 
;-,-2{\: t!u' dat.js of Ids dfi>artiiro 
and arrival left to con it rt ar.'. 9. 
Gl'I; Ins woilc ill lln-laii 1. 9. •'.u'4- 
;>2'i: iiiidcrliandi'd woik oi his 
encinios. 9. .•;-Ji'>--".l'T : not stlti-h in 
his interests, g. :;l>T: iiatioiitly 
waitetl for a lieaiinj: to his jxti- 
tion, 9. ;'."_'"^; ill ledu'-ed iii( ain- 
.stances. 9. ;;_'S-:i2'.»: at the feet of 
tile kini.;-. 9. Mii'.i; allied willi the 
enemies of .Mass.. 9. ;;l".i-:;."'. i. :;.'Io;,, 
o'>0--\'>'-). '■'•'lit: prolial'ly the antiior 
of New Kiiuhnid's \'iinliearl.>:i. 9. 
S'JUii; prohahly at tlie trial of the 
ref;ieides. 9. ;;;';i »-:;:; 1 : associated 
with Jiolieit Ma.son on a in'iiiion. 
9. :]ol, :).■>:;-;! "to; >[ass. did not an- 
swer the sum 1110ns. 9. ;;.;i. ;;.")•_'; 
queries and question-. 9. ."^iO-.'KJS; 
in the debtor's cell. 9. -'t'-VJ. ■)■)'>, 
o-jT; sent a letter to John Win- 
tlirop, 9. :;;L'. ;;."-T-.;".^: death of 
his son. g. '■]■]'■]; his lasr ajiiieal to 
the council. 9. ;;:;:;-;;.!4. .'J-jS-.;.-,;!; 
his last words. 9. :',:;4; date of his 
death unknown. 9. .;;;.": jdaee of 
burial. 9. ."Joo; juohaldy left no 
will. g. :]-]')ii; mentioned, i. ji;4/(. 
3(1."), .■]».ii;: 2. M)/(: 3. 4 1-41: 5. 104: 
9. ooT. ■',:>. ■'/■)u. :;i-j. ;;44. .'U'l. ;'..')U. 
851', o'j'). ;;.')T. ;;')S. ;;,".'.». ;;.;ii. ;;e,;;. 
304. 3(j."). :]i\:<. .jT-i. .iT"). -'.^'K '■>2: 
letters of cited, i. l^'l: 3. 4''./': 9. 
oOln: arms of. 9. -j'.r,, :y.;:)[ anto- 
f,'-rai)h of. i..'j44: 9. ;'.oo. :;;;.", ; arti- 
cle in the Maine (.enealoL,dcal 
liecord cited, 9. :j>f>^n: Letters and 
State ]*ai>ers written i>y. 9. '■'/■',(]- 
3GS; his Life, Letters and Public 
Services, bv Ciiarles L. Banks, g. 
L"J.j-:;<4. 

F'lizabeth. dauuditer of Olive, g. i"."'.i», 

301, 3TU: married Brown. 9. 

301. 

Elizabeth, d ui'^liter of ^Villi im. g. 
29'.i,(. 301, 371. 

Elizabeth, v.ife of Oliver. 9. 2'.'S; 
death of. 9. i'.i'.t. 301: will of. 9. 
2i!'.', -ill!*/,. ;>J'.)-:;T1: chihiren of. 9. 
2il'.t, •Jl)'.i;( ; burial jilace of, 9. l".i'.i. 

family, still in Liiudand. 9. ;joO/( ; 
Tabular Pedigree of. 9. ;;oi. 

John, of BaUL'or. 8. 4".i.'. 

John, son of olive. 9. •J'.'Un. 3(il. :]~]. 

the Hon. John E.. Ancient Penob- 
scot, 7. l-i'-J. lo:j-104: Bashaba 
and the 'I'arrantines. 7. ',t3-10:i; 
Castine, the Yoiiii.rer. 7. 73-!»l'; 

Jean Vincent, IJaron de .St. Castine, 
7. 3y-7"-': 'J'he Pilirrims at Penob- 
scot, 7. :j3-37 ; JNleiuuir o*' the Hun. 



I E<lward Kent. 8. 410-4^0: Xm,,;i,. 

be,ca.8.3l.-,-:;;;L';ClaiuK(lelaTui., 

9. '.•3-11;'.. 
Leah, g. .'mO. 

Maria, ilauuhter of Olive. 9. i".''.'., 
I 301. 370. 

Mary, wife of Oliver, marrietl L'! 

w:ird ( 'oxc. 9. :;mI. 
of IJonillon. 9. ;;:;."). 
Oliver, of Peiisliiirst. 9. l".'S/k 
Oliver, of Ikuiiend. 9. L".is; chilhin 

of. 9. 21'S. i".t'.)--:;oo. 1".".'/^: <lca;h of, 

9. -".»S, v.|;)^ ^.<,;,,,_ ;;h1 . |,i^ ^,^.^,., 

administered by his son. g. S". 

2',>>u: i>robably came from France. 

g. '2'.i>^it: his )ilace of burial. 9. .".'■.' 

Oliver, son of Kdwanl, 1.47//: g.'.ol: 

married Mary Smith. 9. .".ui: .!;•!. 

dreii of. 9. ;;i)i ; his v, idow m u- 

ried Ldss ard ( C.xe. g. :;•■ M : uw;u3 

land at Neddick ereek. 9. .ll-,,: 

died, g.33.;: burial of. g. :;:;:;,( ; ]•<< 

liateiii to Cajie Nt sich. 9. ;;'.T: 

mentioned, g. :;is«, ;;4i'), ;;.').j. :'.i'.3 

i Oliver, son of cdiver I'll. 9. .'.id: bai>- 

tized, 9. .";i.'l; married Hannah 

j French, g. 301. 

Sarah, liauuhter of Oliver. 9. i".''.'... 
I 301; married William Ditton. g. 

i 2'.»'.)(/. 301. 

Sarah, daughter of Oliver 2d. g. :'.i 1. 
I Thomas. soi»of C)liver, g. -IWn. 3oi. 
371. 
William, .son of Oliver, 9. 2Wn, 3'ii, 
37i. 
Godfrey's cove. 9. 3(i7/i. 

jKUid. g. 3o7/). 
(ohliiiL;-. the ilev. William. 7. 222. 

(iodon. . 6. 411'. 

; (•odsue. .lolill. 4. Ho.",. 
; God ward. Gyles, 5. nS: sec Goddaid. 
Goethe, Jolianne Wolfyan Von. 6. 

411; 8. 4'J.O. 
Goff, Edmund, sis^ned the treaty of 
1714. 6. 2.')7: his auto;,Mapli. 6. L'">7 
! William, liosjiitably received hy 
Mass.. 7. 14s. 

. Ljeueral court held at his house. 

2. 47//. 
Gold, Alexander. si<:ned the petition 
I of 1U7-' to Mass., 5. 240. 

1 pennv, 6. 140. 
fji>ldsmii:li. Oliver, 3. 77. 
Goldthwait, C'aiit. Benjamin, 8. !•!.">. 
141, 142. 
Jac<dj. 8. 43. 

Col. Tlionias in command at Fort 
Pownall, 5. :>■!;. 
Gooeh. John, .selectman for Wells, i. 
301: one oi the lirst sclliers oi 
Wells. i.:]<;2. 
the Bev. Boljert, 3. 112/t. 
«/ 1 Gouch. 
Goodale, Ezekiel, published school 
books, 8. IbU. 



INDKX TO COLT. r.n IONS. 



Ill 



;o'><lcno\v. Daniol. 8. o'.'O. 

.1.1.1-1 , 1.410. 

,,.■..linu^ l);iiiii'l. militaiv oflicer for 
Kituiy. I. ;;t;;. 

InKMi. Uni'Uios. 7. li'V. 

l.i,-k\i. 4. ."'d. 

M lior , 2. -J'A. 

, i"iie\vs troin N<'\v Kir^lind. 5. Kil/i. 

; .mlricl) C'ouir. 7. ^'-^^ 

tlif H"ii. Kli/.ur. 6. ;..//• 

(■;q)t. I. ''"H), .")l-l/(, 

;,..ir!ii,!'j:c. ,I.>slui:i. 4. :j|>'^. HOn. 
,M...i.\;i.. Ai!i..s c;.. 8. :;'.'T. 
Uauk-l. si,LriKHl tlic ii.tition to Croin- 

we'il. I. ;!'.'•"»- 
tlic Hi'v. I). i:..8. !(>:;. :;:;7: niouni-li- 
icil NoticL' oi' rlohii .MLiii''k, 7. 
:r,\'-40]. 
Hiu1m>ii C. 4. ■>■)• 

Sinnu'l. in coniiiipml at Fort 
Viankfort, 7. IT'.: ^i at uy tl;e 
Kvi'.niliO','. 7. 1 .>: ^o lay out a 
toNviisliiit, 8. -io".': uuLUt lor the 
riynioiitii C'omirar.y. 8. -JIJ. •_'l:u(. 
'214.: relifveil Fort lli.-hinoml. 8. 
'2\'J. 4. :U.'); onvihhI a slave, 7. I'l-j: 

niLIllionfl, 8. I'll'.ly,. L'l>i;(. 

'uioilytar. .Aljraham. a son oi M.ises, 
h"is cjiitaijli. 5. IT'~/'. 
.Iiuiitli. (lau;i:l'.ter of Moses, lier epi- 

t.'ijih. 5. 17<i/(- 
M.iry <4;iii!;liter of Steplu-n. married 

to 'lli.>iiris Lake. 5. •_'■">;;. 
M.'ses. iiroenreil a iiatLiit of tlie Ply- 
ni.nuli Company, i. 4';.. 4S. -ji'. ^0, 
r..jf ; 6. \'o^; exttuT <^f liis irrant. i. 
4'), 80; l)is praut deftateil tiie 
plans of Clce\es and Tueker. i. 
")4: married a .lan'j'nt.-r or A^ra- 
liam .Jennini;s. i. '•>./: 5. 17". 17o.>i: 
a ])artner wiili 'i'l.law ny. 5. 170: 
action to test the valhdty oi ids 
])atent, 5. 224. 
St.plnn. deputy froveiiior of New 
Il.iveu. 5. 2.">:); his d ui^hter mar- 
ried rajtt. Thonias Lake. 5. 'Jo-',. 
fioolciii. Daniel. 3. 114: 5. 21::. 212/!. 
'o..;.!d. flic ]],,ii. Willi, ;in. Col. Arthur 
Nolil.,-. 8. liiT-1-".:;: Fort Jlalitax. 
Its Projeetors. JJuil'Krs au<l (.ai- 
lison, 8. l'.t7-2S<.t; Col. William 
Vau^han, 8. L'.ll-:;];!: .^Ituioir of 
^ir William I'liips. 9. 1-72. 
•ioos. Ik iiies in abumlaiiec, 3. -'.>:',: 5. 

).',s. 
c:i;<,.sc-F dr, iuvme of Thomas Ho;^ers. 

3- ::"/<. 
(.dose liver, snppo'^ed to have heen 

visited by "Weymouth. 6. •;i7. 

'i.xis.-try, Tllonris, :itt.)rn. y tor the 

I'lyiiiouth Company. 8. 21'.'//. 

'■Oram, Capt. . 2. i.',',. 

'•ord.m, James Dentley, 6. lU. 
^^ iHiaiii, cited, r. .">:io. 
Mis. — _, of <;o.^hen, 4. 307, -V-iO. 
'•••n , 4. :j.:,.j, ;JGT. 



]r,7. 174: 


the 


title. I. 


!•".>: 


auent, I 


17;): 


dale. I. 


17.-'./- 


I. 17:1; 


hi> ; 


l)y the ] 


,e.,pl 


liad net 


ived 



I Gov. Christopher. 7. O^'X 

I , of Faruduuton. 4. '■'>'■)■''•. o42, '•]Ao. 

the. 2. 17s. ISO; 8. M'i. 
O.-rires. .\nii.'. i. lo'.i; 2. M.i. 
: (Joru'i.s" euurt. 3. :;'".. ;'.7. m^. 40-41. 
■ Gorges. L.ud Ldwaril. 2. 'Jiwni. 
Sir lahvard. i. loO. :>:'A: 2. 'A. 
fannly. i. lO'.'-llO. 
I Ferdinanih>. urant to. i. 47: 2. 40: 
I eoniidaint .'i. i. ~"-': inheiit. .1 Ih" 

Proviiue of Maine, i. lo'.i; 2.7;J": 
sold his inheritnnri'. i. Iom: 2.Mii, 

\ 2r,i. 20(;; 3. 0:-: 4. 72-7;;: 7. n;o: 

assumed juii.->dieiiou. i. Fm-I-'I"^; 
kinu re.o_;iiized ids 
John Aiehdale his 
a ri'latiw of .Vr.d'.- 
api'oi'iti-il oilieers. 
authority thrown ott 
I. 17i'': those wh.) 
>mii)i<si(ins joined 
the disai'i'eeted. i. 177: reason why 
tiie people would n.»t suluint t.>. 

1. 17:s-lsO; his jurisilietion eease.l 
forever. 1. IS4: Joeelyn attemj/te.l 
to ujihold his riuht>. i. 107: wrote 
the preface to America Painted to 
the Life. 2. S-'.»: exonerated for 
placini^ his fat her" s name on tiie 
\Voniler Workin;.;: Pr.>vidence. 2. 
10; Mass. ordered to restore itis 
inlieriiance. 2. iu]n: 6. l>>s; sent 
connnissioners to America, 2. O:;.' : 
3. o-'i-oti: magistrates appointed in 
his interests, 2. iy-ju: edited tiie 
Brief Narration. 2.7-v': succeede'l 
to the j)ropriet.)rshii> of Maine. 2. 
I'^a: price receiveil tor the selliuLj 
of Maine, 2. G4((. 207. ::''ti; deeil to 
John L'sher. 2.2.'j7-:iijU: eontirnted 
Cammock's patent. 3. FJ: peopl.^ 
in favor of his jui i->uiction. 3. "^O. 
tiM, 04; petition t.» Parliament. 3. 
50; his power deuie.l by Mass., 3. 
02: carctl little for the .)])position 
ol Mass., 3. .7Ci; uientione<l. i. \~i\j. 

2. Oor/. 7;)". 20:;. 2i;4: 5. 240: 9.:;o7. 
o40; Ameiica Painted to the Life 
cited. 1. :>1, :J4, .S2. >0. s7: 2. 7, 00. 
sent lishin;: ves.>els to America. 
I. ;!0; 2. .JOa; 5. 10:1; sent Capt. 
Jolin Smith in command of an 
expedition, i. ;;o: sent Sudth 0:1 
a se<-.jnd voya;;e, i. :;i; sent 
1-iOcroft with an expedition, i. 
:>2; Kent a shij/ under N'in.s, i. 
'•i:'.; 2. 24, ;):5'/; a niendjcj' of the 
Plymouth ('.(mi)any. 1. '•'/•], 40; re- 
ceiveil a Krant, i. '■'>'), 40-.'JO. 70, 
100. 4';0: 2. oL'./; 3. ;;o: 4. oo: ex- 
tent of tile ^rant, i. .;".., >t 
b'ja: tyrant e.\tended, i. : 
property .livide.l, i. :;' 
new f^rant. i. ;;.'); 5. 
Ids afentioii .livid. -.1, i.;;'i: con 
llict conceinin" \Vint.;r Harbor, i 



2.M; 2. 
■■:r,- 3.:;i; 
lec. iveii a 
.;; 9. :;00; 



U2 



MAINE lIlSTOi;iC.\L SOCIKTY. 



Gorpos, Forduiando — ooiitinuoil. 

4(5; roiilirnicd CainnuHlc's unuit, i. 
47; 3. 1-. l->; a}ii)iiinti<l (-odtroy 
liis rKiiiisflMr, i.4T((: jiart <'f liis 
territory jirantcil t<> others, i. -I'.t; 
3. ol-;!!'; 1:111(1 on till' ri-cai.nnia 
^naiitcil to liiia. I. H'-.'.d: i-st 1I1- 
lislud a court, 1. •"•;;. T-I/i : 1:1 iiit to 
Cieevcs ami Tucker, i. 'il. ('>T. 14"'. 
ir>li, '>"•'■): Henry .locelyu his aucut. 
i.li:^;*; fi'iul of auitlyiiii;- familiar 
nanu'S to liis territory, i. *'•'>: >i-n\ 
a coniniissioii to form a ^oveiii- 
mciit lor his colony, i. i>i'i: 2. 'I'.hr. 
Arthur ^lacwortii to eive jmsses- 
sion t-.> C'lceves and Tucker, i. iw;, 
Cl»; j;avo t'leovfs a coniinisNion to 
let and settle his territorv. i. i'lil; 
■ jirocured a oontinnatioii of his pa- 
tent, I. TS. 81! : 3. ;;i. '■')',: 5. xxi: 
land on the Againentieus granted, 
to, I. Sii; extent of his kinds in 
Maine, i. 81 : ai>pointcd LTovernor 
of New Eimland. i. ^:'. lo'.i; 2. •".:;»- 
54((; 9. :;il/i: pursued hi> coloni- 
zation with zeal. i. >;!: 2. -2(1. '2-]ii, 
2V><i, 21(1, ooa; 7. 1-'14: c died his 
]>rovinee Xew Soinei set>l)ire. i. 
80; 2. b'2<i-'j-)ii: 3. ;]1: 5. xxi: es- 
tablished a civil cdvernnienr. i. 
80; 3.0*5; his form of irovernnient, , 
I. 8(i, 87: 2. :>'). :,~. o'.'n. 71 : 9. :^.!2: 
extent of the grant of l''.;;'.i. i. >*; ; 
list of ofiicers of his jiropo>ed ;iov- . 
ernment, i. 87->^; sent Thomas 
Gor;j:es as his ng;ent. i. >'.'. ;;40-:;41, 
342; his labor unf'iltilled. i. !m);. 
joined the kinu's i)arty. i. '."O. jO:); 
4. 0'.>: A'ines his ai:ent and prin- 
cipal Mijiporter. i. I'o. '.M, \2^: 2. 
4U; taken prisoner, i. IH); suj)- 
posed to be (lead. i. Dt'w/. ".)s. lO'.i; 2. 
8-'J, tjhy, 07'/; 3. •JJ: 4. 7'); 6. iss„; 
9. ol7; date of his death, i. lu-^i;; 
j!;overnor of Plymouth,- i. lOit; 2. 
11,51; 5. I.j7; served uinler Essex. ^ 
I. 101); taken prisoner at Cadiz, i. 
109; greatly interested in cid«mi- 
zation, i. lU'.); ehlldren of. i. I'i.i; 
nephew of, i. 10'.": 3. :,:,; ajipoint- 
ed Abraham Preble a i-imnselor, 1 
i.l04/(; liis lu'irs in favor ai court, 
I. 1G7; his ri.u'ht to land at York 
disputed by Mass.. 1. 17'>: Jocelyn's 
lands mortuMjied. i. 10^: the Prov- 
ince of Maine restored to his heirs, 
I. 2oS; 3. .V), .').>, iV-i, 0'': 2. 04*/; 
expenses in settlini;, I. i'lL'/C 2.^4; ; 
received no pecuniary ix-nefit. i. 
27-/1, a native of Somersetshire. , 
1.%4/r, Ashton Phillips his birth- • 
place, I. ;jo4; list of counselors , 
appointed, i. :i'".4: indenture be- ; 
tween him and Cleeves and Tuck- j 
er, I. .")4;!-.'j44 ; autii'^rajdi of, i..j44; I 
letters to Vines, \Vinlhroi> and 1 



others, i. ."il l-.">4" : in the Froneii 
wars, I. .■")4"): >nccoied by tin- 
French kiu'^. I. ',\'>: liis life ,,| 
esin'cial incerest lo the iieopie oi 
Maine. 2. V((. 7:'.". 71": 5. L'17. ic 
cei ved captureil 1 udiaii^ from W . \ 
mouth. 2. 17, ■.':.'". ■Wn-'-'rJo: 5. I ".7. 
:'.:')i.': 7. l'-'>i: sent out a ship iiiii'.ev 
('hallon•_^ 2. •_'.~m/: the s\\\p ( :r.. 
tured. 2. 'S-)ij: \\\r<[ iii-ar l>ri>ro;. 2. 
■J'i(t-2\u>: enlisted jome of tlic 
first people of Kn^l'Mid in oo!i>ni- 
zatioii. 2. ■_'7" ; Indians in his fam- 
ily. 2. ."^i I "-.!-" : the oidy :ueml"r 
of the Pl>'m luth Coaiiimy un'i!>- 
eouraired. 2. :VJii-:V-\i: ])ursued a 
eoui s" of private a<lvcnture. 2.'-l'-i: 
foruu'd a new company. 2.;)'.i'/-4o /; 
opposed by the \'ir,uinia Company. 
2. :'.:;-:;4. -l^hi. 'rj; success by t'lc 
kin ;"s help. 2. 4<r(-4 I" : his libci- d 
spii it. 2. 41 "-4L''f. li'i',). 't'xi: had 
a jd uitation at Monhei;an, 2. .'iii/; 
5. 1<>4: his business separated troai 
Mason's. 5. .">•_'((: 3. :54: g. :)ini. :;ii;i-, : 
sent U'illiam (;orue.> as tiovern'.i. 
2. '):)ii: 3. :](>: flittered him.-. It 
that his hopes wouM be reaiizt d. 
2. o'-^n; visited a shij! boiin I foi 
Plymoutli. 2.' .")4^'. ')'i'i: 5. •J'.i'.; 
creat jirobability th it he •>s"a)d 
visit Anu'iic 1. 2. ." 1</ ; his synii.a- 
tliy towards New laiuland. 2. "1"'". 
■^(>a. o>^'i: 5. ■_'li;-L'i7: 8. Jo.-, ; !,;.■« 
intluence tditained the charter f"i 
Plymouth Colony, 2. 42. ">">.'; t!ie 
jealousy towards him unrea.>"!i- 
able. 2. ')')". .")-(/; (ioveiiior r.ri'I- 
ford's letter t(.i. 2. :,:,'i„: 8. ■-"■>: 
hid a claim on the land on >[•!-■ 
bay, I. •")ti((-."j7,;: 5. 47/*: cause ••! 
the jealousy. 2. '^'m -'<<'•' ■■ : >irr:iri- 
topher Gardiner turned his nii:"l 
against Xew Enuland. 2. .■)7.': .;. - 
cused (d' suiiiiorlinii dis->',':it in t'l- 
colonics. 2. '>Sf/ : adv'sed tin.' fj'ii!' 
cil to give up their cha.rter. 2.''-'- 
sultered imputations in Eu'iiaiiii- 
2. '><a: made Lord P.ihiiinsi ••'< 
Maine, 2. 'i>ii: his :(utl>ori'y. i"--' 
er and privileges, 2. ■>'^:i: 3. :d ; 6 
170; 9. :Jl-_', .;!:.';/: his attenn -i' 
drawn from his province. 2. '•"•' 
encouraged members of ihe ciiuic- 
to settle, 2. Gi'"; the peo].le "i 
Maine (daimed to be iin ler his y.; 
risdictioii, 2. f.L'./: but little kno"" 
of him, 2.01)'': his home and an 
eestry. 2. Vii'm: in an expediti'a 
against the ."^iiani inks, 2. '"''• 
friend of Essex, 2. OT": dete!i'.>'' 
Essex, 2. f57"-''''^": a'i vised PahiuH 
to abandon Essex, 2. ()<<(; wliy t'-' 
^vas not tried lor lrea.->on, 2.71' 
returned to PI-- mouth, 2. 71"'- 
^Vey.•nonlh'b Tuuiano drew li'-^ ■''■ 



INDEX TO COLLKCTrOX5;. 



lia 



tontion to coloni/.nti.ui. 2. ~2ti; 
sent to assist the kiiiv; of Fi;ur-i\ 
2. l'2<i; roturiK-'l to ' En^Mau-l, 2. 
7-'i7; took rides wirli the kiuj.-. 2. 
72(/; 3. ;!•_'; eaptured nii>t..l. 2. 
72<f; taken in-isoner by riomwell. 
2- ~-"^ ^3- •5_^'^; >[aiiie's iiulebteilness 
t;', 2. To'f, 74.': iDiinerly sni>pos.>(I 
to Iiave wiiiien tlie Wonder 
Workiii!:: Pimv idciKn-'. 2. ',i-:o: de- 
termined to eiuitiuue liis coloni- 
zation alone, 2. l':]; waited lor 
better times, 2. l'4; nut Cajit. 
Ilawley, 2. 2.".: reeovereil A.>saeu- 
met,2.2.;: sent ont Cant. Ilobson. 
2.27; sent out Capt. Dormer. 2. ;;o: 
7. o21 ; his i)etition of IiL'o to the 
jrovernment. 7. :;_'; summoned be- 
fore I'ailiament, 7. .U. :]t\. .IT; de- 
fended Ids ]>ate!it. 7..\;T— li; S.2o(): 
assigned territory to Sir William' 
Alexander. 2. 4<; <,'ave a srant to 
]iis <,a-andson antl Lieut, Xoiton, 
2. 40; letter to Capt. John .Mason.' 
2. .JO/i; desired to oive uj) the in- 
tent, 2. .->2: hit s!iare in the divis- 
ion of Xew Kn-land. z. .■;,4 ; aeeount 
of hi^s settlinu- his attairs in Maine. 
2. .55, 57-08; appointed Walter 
Xeale governor, 2. ()S/i; named 
the Province of Maine, 2. 70: 5. 
xxi; David Thomps.m his airent, 
2. 70; the Provinee of Maine grant- 
ed to, 2. 200: 7. l.M: Capt. Cara- 
mook his agL-nt. 3. 12; not di.s- 
turbed by tlie Plougli Patent. 3. 
32; unsucees-tally resisted the 
chiim of Pigby. 3. Z2; neglected 
his American interests. 3. ;;>; liis 
goods and debts to be att.mded 
to by Joeelyn. 3. ;5o; liis go vc-rn- 
nient ovorthnnvn, 3. 40-41; de- 
voted to the Cliurch of England. 
4-60; the church to be estabbslied 
in his colony, 4. 09; the founrler 
of Xew England. 5. 1.^7; William 
Hooke liis commissioner, 5, 214; 
the foun.ler of Maine. 5. 217; Win- 
throi)'s opinion of, 5.217//; educa- 
tion not a part of his .schen»e of 
government, 5. -JiM; hi.s coloniza- 
tion scheme imj-racticable, 5. 2i"i, ■ 
2i'7; result of the svsteni, 5. 2:];;- 
became part owner of Arunder.s I 
''"'o.-, ^;\"f''^">I''"ii's posses.sion, j 
5- :301-:i:;2; one of the originators 
01 the Plymouth Companv, 5.3:j-'- 
clnef manager of the companv. 5! t 
■^•j(; 8. I'lio; chief proprietor. 0. 4- ■ 
t'stablislifd a cdonv at Winter 
Harbor, 6. 170; established the , 
Jiist oi-ganized government in , 
Maine, 6. 170; had j.ouer to nom- , 
inate clergym.-n. 6. 170: the honor ' 
<'f early colonization (htii, led foi-, '. 
6. oGl; on the dominion of Uash- | 

8 



abn. 7. 00; by Ids means imo of 
tlie natives Were returned to \ ),,,..•. 
K-a. 7. 210; aelivelv en-r.'ed in 
commerce, 7. ;;ji;' j.,;,,,,,! j,,. 
SMtchil in littin- out an expedi- 
ti.'ii to Pem.i.piid. 7. :;.'l; Dernier 
and .Smith in his emidoy, 7. .l-i • 
purjiose of the enterprise. 7.':;m- 
founder of the seat of trade ai 
M.-nhe-.m, 7. ;i22: gave a charter 
to Agamentien.s, 7. ;j;tl : .vent over 
carju'iiteis to electa mill. 9. :;o<,, ■ 
did not vi>it Xew En-land. 9.:;i1„" 
3P2; mentioned, i. ::4// cs v- .,./ 
Oo.^ los, 110. i:i7, i:,r,;,. -^'"241,' 
27;J. :U:',, :]U, :;c,t!. :;iio, 404. r,:U: 2 
^. -l:\ii, 44. t;ii/,(. 2.-)^. i>.-)i) ■>,;■> ..",;•,■ 
3. P2. :;o, 4.-i, .-)i, 0;. -;;:!'•";; I " ";]'-" 

214, .-144, ;;i.-,: 6. |.;-. 17ti,/ I-4„. „ 
05. 1-0. ;;o!;, :;,)7: g. l>i :i:,{' 
9- 200, :Ji2. :;ih;. ;;ot. ;;o7„. -.uo' 
;>I0//, ;5II. ;;ii,,. ;;i:j. ;;i;;,, o,,;^/ 

oH' '][-• •'-''• ■'■'''• •'-•-< ■''-'^- o4o! 
o)'). ;](;7: a Prief X irration, iioc 
tinished at the time of his death, 
2, viii-ix; the samegiven in full. 2! 
Ij7;-J: cited. 1.81;/: 2.Sn, i>;;„. 04, ,_ 
25(/, 57(/, 7o((; 5. 1<)4;!. IGO;,; 6.*:!o5- 
7. 'Mn. 00//, 100. 100;/, l;j4,/ •"»,<* 
olo/;; 8. 201; 9. SQ-;. ' ~" ' 

ITenry, i. loo. 

John; father of Sir Ferdinando i 

10>;/, ' ■ 

Sir John, son of Ferdinando i loo- 
succeeded to the MassaciniM-tts 
grant, i. 100; 2. 4t>n: s/dd his 
claim to Prereton. i. loO. 2:!-<--^'l'<- 
2.47/;: petitioned to the 'kin J to 
have his riuhts i-esrored. 3. ;;:;■ 
mentioned, 2. S)l. -jr/j •',;., ' .>,•, I" 
2(3(5. ' " "' - ' 

Palph de, i. ptO; 2. tUhni. 

Capt. Pobert, son of Sir Ferdinando 

1. o4;,. 10'.»: 2. 4.!//, 47'/: governor 
of Xew En^dand. i. ;;4;/, loO; 2. 
0, 4:'., 4;]r/, 77; 6. ISO: manied". i! 
P>0: 2.47'/: received a i^rani to a 
I'art of Mass. i,av, i. loii; 2. 4;;,/ 
40;;: died, i. lo'.t; 2. 47'/; arrive/'! 

2. 4;j//; gave notice of his ariivar 
2.4:>/. 44«: hospitablv entertained" 
by Plymouth, 2. 4:!, 44//, 45,/; w.nt 
to Mass., 2. 4;;, 44//: formed a ser- 
tlenunt on Mass. bay. 2.45,/; ,>i- 
ganizerl his governmenf, 2.45/- 
returned to Englan<l, 2. 47-/; 3! 
;^'^; his C(dj.ny assisted bv i'h- 
immth. 2. 4,'/; his estate given to 
Sir John (;o,g,.s and later con- 
veyed to Preieton. 2. 47<;: visited 
David TJionipson, 2. 4s,/; ji, t),^. 
Venetian War, 2. 4;): advised t,, 
return home. 2. 11; ids patent in 
full, 2.44-4/;; grant to John < t:,|. 
ham, 2. 47;/; met Eevett, 2. -,'..„■ 

menliuned, 2. 46a, 87. ' 



114 



MAINE IIISTORirAL SOCIETY. 



Goif^os. Cnpt. llobort — continued. 
SiH'ioly, jiulilioutions cifoil, 9. oiiOii, 



Tliomas, on the ea 
\ViiiUr, I. o-i, •/■)'>: 
IT, I. T')". o44; 3 
cuiiiiniNsioner. i. 



of ric'i-vcs i\s. 
tU'l>utv i^ovi'in- 
:;i. :;4: g. -.'A-.'.u; 

^"^i 2. r)'.ia; nr- 



rivrd in Anieiii';!. i. S'.*; 2. ."I'.ii/ ; 
lield liis lirst eourt. 2. S'.' : >[ayor 
of (JoiLioain. 2. '.'in: 8. :>.'!; a 
iU'phew of 6ir Feidinamlo. i. lo'.t; 
2. ");»<;; sold land tu \\ illi am Uoyal. 
i.:.'S'.ii(; as ai;iiit for liis uiude, i. 
S40-:]n, ;U:?: grants to Ilutchin>on 
and Xeedhani. i..j4i.i-;;41. .T)!', .■'..") t; 
ordered a survey of Wills, i. .■]4l'; 
eonlirnied the <lee<l of Wheel- 
wright, I. -U'-). •';-"4: named the 
town of Wells, i.;;ri4/i: authorized 
liislnvoith and Wheelwright to 
make allotments, i. .'].">"). :'..")'.i; hi.s 
a.L;ents not anxious to earry on 
]iis rights, I. o"i(i: his agents, men 
of ]>rominener, i.:)"i'i: ^aveairrant 
to John .Saunders, i.;l.'.ii: as secre- 
tary and eounsflor. i.:j(i4; in IJos- 
t«ui,-2..jOr(; Wintliroji"s opinion of, 
2. ."jfa; a resident of ALramentieus, 

2. '>9a\ his mode of uovei-nment 
institutetl, 2. .">'.ir/-('ir(/ : a lawyer, 

3. ol; why called "the lirst u<)V- 
enior," 3. CI ; went to the White 
Mountains, 9. in',': auto^rraph of, 

1. rj44; nientioiu-d. i. l'V2. -UW, 
:>')•"), oOH; 2. ~ioii; 3. 1l', ;;T; 9. o.>(), 
o']", 374, 07'). 

"\Villiam, arrived in Maine, i. S:3; 
)u.-ld a court at ."^a^o. i. ~-.\)-s4. :;t;4; 

2. 50/?; Chalmers opinion of, 2. 
84)); nepjhew of sir Ferdinando, i. 
1M'.»; esteemed 1>\" his unclv. i.'A')\ 
sent out as governor V)y his uncle, 
2. 5Un, 5;;.r; 3. :;i, ;;.",; 9. ;j(i",t; held 
his court at Uonvtlmns house. 9. 

Gorgeana, Edward Godfrey mayor of, 
i.47ii; assessed, i. '.i4, ■)>'<•<•. now 
York, i.!)4/i; callc(l A^auieulicus. 
I. 'J4»; iuoorporat<il. i. '.'-in: 2. 
h'J'i; Tho:nas (;.ii^is mayor of. i. 
P4/i; court held at, i. '.16; peoi)le 
of submitted to Mass., i. 102: 3. 
4-5; the metropolis of the province, 
i.-">.jO; 2.7U; Thomas (iorires dep- 
uty governor of. i. ;)14; two fairs 
to be held ar, 2. ')'■>"•. the mode of 
j;overuinent instituted at, 2. .jitij- 
GOa; a woman executerl at, 3. Uhi; 
inentioned. 8. :; U : 9. '-'A-'./t. :;i (. 

Gorhani, a part of claimed liy the Jor- 
dan proprietors, i.4>-4'.'; home of 
William Tyiiu'. i. •'>\<'i: the Jlev. 
Charles rreennn preached at, 1. 
S2G/i; situation of, 2. ]4(;; incor- 
porated, 2. 14'): lii>t settlers of, 2. 
M'1-147, 14S-]41>: attacked by In- 
diaus, 2. 147; 4. 100; 8. i:70u; 



olorirymcn wlio preached at. 2. 
147-14*^; maiuif.K tory at, 2. 14^; 
lirst child born in, 2. 1 1^; people 
of, A\"hiL:'s, 2. ll>: iio])ulalion of. 
2, l.">0: gariisiui at, 3. 17b/; ^cn; 
militia to Falmouth, 3. r.i7; p^ •- 
jde of cut hay in Fryeluire-, ^, -vn; 
mentioned, 2. 14o. "l4(i; 3. 171/ . 

IS'), 1'.):]; 4, lTis, :]o4. :;oO, :;;;i\ ;'..".-). 

.■)74. o7.^. .'jS'J, -Vx], 4(i:i: 5. xxxi- e. 
;>">ij; 7. ;]V'0; 8. Ui'.»; History oi, 
see Pierce. 

Academy, ineorjioratcd. 8. 1(!7, 1'''^: 
land granted to, 8. 1(',8: ojieneil. 8. 
li'iS; precei)tors, 8. HjS-IO'J; in a 
flourishing condition. 8. lii'.i; t,. 
be a state normal school, 8. lo'j; 
girls at. 8. 17'). 

r>enjamin, 3. •_'4tJ. 

Corinn-, 2. 147. 

family, 4. i'-')-"). 

John, 4. i'(;7; graduated from col- 
lege, 4. 241 /I : his sister married 
the Kev. Paul ColUn, 4. 241/i. 

Prof. John. 7. 40^, 4i:]. 

Mary, married th* Pev. Paul CotV.u. 

4. 241. 241/(, 24it; her character. 4. 
24'.'. 2.")(); date of her death, 4. 2.".o. 

Capt. Nathaniel. 4. 24',i. 

the Hon. Nathaniel. 2. 14:.'. 

Col. Shiibael, 2. 140. 

.steidien, 4. '2'f^u. 

AVilliam, 4. 2.')Sn. 

Col. 8. l:>'. 

Dr. , 5. Ixii. 

Judge, 5. xlii. 

Squire . of Portland. 4. ."7?. 

Gorhamtown. now Gorham, 2. 140. 
(loshen. 4. 2'^lH,;>0ti. ;;:;t;. :y.)2. 
(rosnold. Bartholome^v, attemi»ti»d to 
l>lant a colony in 3Jass., i. Sj; vis- 
ited the coa.s't in 1G02, 5. 14;;;; 7. 
133; hi.s ship visited by Ini!ian>, 

5. 143; 7. ];J3: two of his n>en in 
Pring"s expedition. 5. l.'>3; named 
Cai)e Cod. 5. I'l-O; saw Indians 
with English apparel. 7. 13'!; his 
tr.uk followed by Weymouth. 7. 
2;'3; followed by .Saltern. 7. 3'i'a., ; 
pientioned. 3. 2-0. 2^'.'; 5. 1.")L', l-'i". 
34."j; 7. 2')')n. 2'. '3; 9. 3o2. 

Gouch, John, signed the petition to 
Cromwell, i .'■','.>■> : sued by Godfrey, 
9. oltoc amount of land granted 
to, 9. :rt^. 

John jr., signed the petition to 
Cromwell, i. 3'.i-7. 

Puth, accused of adultery, i. 3tM, 
3';ti: her i)unishment, i. 300. 
r;ouhl. .Sir Charles. 7. 40".t. 

Natliauiel, married Elii;al<eth Coilin, 
4. 21'.i/(. 

tl'.e IJev. Nidiemiah, 4. 3.'4. 

Col. I'reston, 7. 4)*'.'. 

M)s. Col. Preston, 7. 409. 

, of Corham. 4. 37S. 

(rould's Mills, 4. 2Sl;l. 



INDEX TO COLLECTIOX.S. 



115 



GoultUboro, 8. .110. 
Ciounitou^on liviT. 6. "2)0. 2iOn. 
«n>voniiiK'nt. civil, i. S.">, Mj, SO; of 

Maiue by .M;i-^s.. i. i'4(1. 
Cu'veiJi'ir s islaiul, Be>>Lon liaibor, 7. 
i' 1 1 . I 

i>l;\iul, X. Y.. I. ■">2S. , I 

Gi>\v. Jdlin. 7. l'^4. j 

(iowL'n, Janu'.s, 4. I'l)'). ! 

Grace, Patrick, siivcil in tlic Revdlu- 

tioii, 2. 214. 
Gracm, :i cdrnijition of Graham. 6. T. \ 
GralYam, Caleb, bioirraphical uotice 

of, 3. 211. 
Grafton, ciiunly, 9. "240. 

Joseph, 5. 22.">. 
Graham, coiruptions of the name, 6.7. 
Aaron. 4. Goi*. 
family, 6. l;». 

James, a,<;ent for Doni^an, 5. 1^0. 
2'3T; licensed to take np lauJ at 
Pcmaqiiitl. 5. 1 1 IS- 10'.). 
James, his lli>toiy of the United 
States, error in, 2, 4(3'(/;; cited, 2. 
7^'.'. 
Grammar schools, law conccruiGLr. 3. 

IOj^h; 8. l.")S, 1.-.'.'. 
Grammatical Sketcli. a. of tlie Ancient 
Abnaki. outlined from the Dic- 
thmary of liale, 9. 2.J9-2'J4. 
Gramjais, 3. lU. 
Grau'ifolk, 4. lot".. 
Grand Desi;4n Falls, the, of St. John 

rivi-r. 8. ]!». 
Grandfontaino, Clievalier de Hubert 
d'Andij;ny de, ti>ok possrs>ii>n of 
Pentauoet, 7. 4.");.. 4<'i. 47; Sir Wil- 
liam Temple surrendered to. 7. 
o2-.5;3; in comra:iud at Penobscot, 
7.;j40; succeeded bv De Chambly, 
7. :340. 
Meiian, the Isle of. Carlillac's ac- 
count of. 6. ::7J; mentioned, 7. 
2^1; 8. bj, :52:>. 
Monahans, 4. I'.O. 
Prairie, the. 8. 140. 
Pre, I. 27/<; 5. xxii: 8. I'.O, 102. l;>j, 

lo7. 142. 14.j. 14';. 2-2/(. 
Trunk Piailsvay. i. O'bi, :]00». 
Trunk station n )w nccupie.s the site 
of Fort Loyal, i. 240;i. 
Gr:ini;er, Jatnes. 7. 7o,(. 
Jidin. si^nied the petition to Charles 
II, I. 401. 

> 7- "T. 

Granite in IIallo\v("ll. Limerick and 

Portland, i. '■'/^')-'-^/Jh. 
Grant. P'rancis. killv.-d at Arrowsic, 2. 
102. 
James, married Joanna Ingles, i. 

Joshua, killed, i. 224. 

I'eler, si:rned the j.etition to Cliarles 

II, I. 41 i2. 
Samuel, his daughter marricl John 

Oti-.. 6. ~a. 
Capt. , of Berwick, 4. 317, 37<J. 



Grants, to Clceve and Tucker, i. 1_'7; 
by the Plymouth Comp.uiy. i. T-^- 
^"l ; by Dinlorih. 1. 242; t.i(;,.r^:es 
and .Alasiui. i. :;"). 7s: to tlu- Duke 
of Vork, 5. .")-(!; from the 'Julonial 
Pajiers, 9. :!ij.>-;j(;7. 

Grauville, 9. los. 

Grapes, -ireat store of. 3. .'"Id".; at the 
Isle of Hacciius, 7. 20">; .it Strat- 
ti)n"s island. 7. -''vl 

Grassliopi)ers, huritid to the couutiy, 
2. 114: 4. ;!')s, ;;i;,i.>. 

Gratiosu. island of. 3. 200-201, 202. 

Gratiouse strei't. 9. :J."j1. 

Graves, a .Scutcli-iri.sh name, 6. !•->. 
John, married Martiia .Miui'n. i. 
l')7, 2ti0; lived at ivittery and Lit- 
tle Compton, I. l.>7, 2()0/(: admin- 
istered the estate of Natiianiel 
Mitton. I.24S: died. i. 2iiO,) : chil- 
dren ot, I. 2i3 .i/i ; lived at Fahuoutii, 
I. :;20. 
Ku.vsel. 9. 22. 

the lion. William J., cbdleni^ed 

Cilley, 6. 7'.»->o; killed (illcy. 6. 

SO; Henry Clay his accomplice, 6. 

SO-Sl. 

Capt. , of the Bonaveuiure, 2. 

tiS,(. 

the Kev. , of Providence, 4. 2'JS. 

Grave Yard Point. 2. 23S. 

Gray, formerly \e\v Boston, 8. 2'3'3; 
mentioned. 2. 110. l.")S, !•'■'.•, li;0, 
102; 4. :jlO, 403; 6. 13, 32, 3^. 

Aruid'i. teachei' in Warreu Academv, 
8. 172. 

Betsey. 4. 373. 

Cap>t Ebcn. 7. 237. 

Edward. 6. 7o/t. 

Francis C, 3. 24']. 

George, taken prisoner at Falmoijtli, 
I I.3J2; lined tor fornication. I. o7>. 

Goury, 5. 8S. 
1 Joliu. signed the treaty of 1717, 6. 

Deacon John. 8. 30G. 

Pease, sent to <iov. Wintliroji. i. .S4o. 

Peter. 4. 310, 341. 

Sarah, lined for fornication, i. o7S. 

William, purcliasi.'d laud of J'dia 

May, 6. 133: built a rope-walk, 6. 

133; sold land to the Park sUeeC 

Proprietary, 6. 1.33. 
Mrs. Zeruiah, a descendcnt of Capt.. 

Miles Standish. 2. 17.'). 
Ca]it. , of (,'arrvtunk. \i.-ited bv 

the l!ev. Paul ColUn. 4. 344, ;;47; 

liad a line farm, 4. 344; resembled 

Esoj), 4. M'). 
Greason. Bobert, land granted to. r.. 

244; signed the petition to Gov. 

]3rad-treet, i. 2'>3/(; cajjlnred by 

the Indians, i. ;>'.,i>; lived in I're- 

sumpscot, I. 320. 
Great Bay. 4. l'c,.',. 

Aridrubcoggia falls, 3. 323, 



ilG 



MAINE HI>TOUTCAL SOCIETY. 



Great — oontinnod. 

Audrosrop^in river, 2. l.'.O: 4. 304; 

see A:ulro.scoi:gia rivcr. 
Britain, the Jordan name omnnion 
in, I. 2.54)1 : opposed the (.oUmial 
limitation of shivery. 7. lMO; iier 
colonies to he suhjeel toJier £:«.>v- 
ernment, 7. iJ'.'T; l>elieved that tlio 
United ^States would stand much 
injustice. 8. 11; always stronu"ly 
represented, 8. 14; oi>tained the 
islands in Passama(]uoildy bay. 8. 
lo; for twenty years ackn(i\vl- 
edged the claims of tlie United 
States. 8. 1(5; asserted her title to 
the country north of Mars Hill. 8. 
21; commenced to make au'ures- 
sions, 8. 27; determined to have 
her way, 8.0."); chanjjed her lire- 
tensions, 8. O'i; mentioned, 1. 410; 
2. "Jmt, 2S3, 2^4; 3. O'.i/f, ;;()2. ;'.T-']. 
o9:>, o97, 417, 4111, 421. 422, 424, 
427, 447; 4. IS, 24. 2-"), ■■-n. l-j:!. 14'.*, 
100, 101, 2.")7, 0I2. o-Sl: 5. :;r,^. :;.V.l, 
300, 3s:]; 6. 2S, 124, 141. 250. 251, 
203, 200, 32(1, 335, 330, 337. 3!1: 7. 
14'J, 202, 204, 205. 270. 204. 4r,4; 8. 
f). 10, 17, 10, 2i», 2:;. 27. 40. 41. 4<-.. 
47, 40, OS, 74, SO, S4, S5, S-j, Ss. [Kl, 
94, 104, 130. 140/!. 271. 3ni. 30S, 
350; 9- 113. 100, 171, 224. 245. 240. 

Carrvin,:^ Place, the. 7. 10^, 170, 175, 
170, 105: 8. 230, 231, 233. 

Chebea'j,'. within the limits of Fal- 
mouth, I. 145; sonietimos called 
Chebaecho, i. 145«; in Cumber- 
land, I. 140: conveyed to Walter 
Merry, i. 140; called Merry's is- I 
land, I. 140/r. conveyed to Josiah j 
"Willes. I. 140/1 ; part of conveyed 
to Walter Gendall, i. 147; used as I 
a fishing station, i. 147: part of | 
granted to^\ liartu.'i. 147: conveyed 1 
to the First Church of Boston, i. 
147; called lJecom])ense island, i. ; 
147, 14^/i: part of owned by West- I 
brook. I. 147; part of owned by 
the Waldos, i. 14 7; ;:raiited to 
Danforth and Xowell, 147. 14>;i. 

Cove. I. 150. 

Falls, Saco river, 4. 270, 277, 339. 

Falls Country, 5. 00. 

Fouiche, I. 400. 

Hope, the, sent to retake Pentagoet, 
7. 35. 

Interval, the 4. 30. 

island, now Newcastle, i. 214 ; 6. ISO- 
Jiobert Jordan moved tn. i. 214; 
Jordan resided at. i. 2.;5((, 55l', 
553; John Ashton moved t >. 3. S2; 
Jordan escaped to, 5. 1:;0; men- 
tioncd. I. 232. 

laki's. the, 4. 114. 

meadow, i. 27/i. 

Mosier's, i. 70. 

Neck, boundary of John >rason's 
grant, 4. 220; site of Masuu".s 



house at, 4.220-221; Christo-,}u-r 
Woohviih settled at. 4. L'1'4; men- 
tioned, 4. 21s, 225, L'ji;. 
New England ('barter, granted. 7. 
207; remarkable feature of, 7.;;ii7- 
30S, 311. 
Ossipee river, 1. 333; 4. 270. 277.2^7. 
Ox Pasture. 3. 140. 
Pond, 2. 2S1 : 3. i.;l', 14S. 
Kiver of Canada, 8. :;i7. 
Walt, a nickname of Walter Bagnall, 
3. 11(». 
Gree.e. I. 27, 413; 2. Oa; 6. 147; 8. 

452 . 
Greeley, the Rev. Allen, 2. 125, 120. 
Coz., 7. 237. 
Ebenezer S.. 8. 05. 
Philii). 2. Is2. 
Seth. 4. .3.30. 
Green. 4. :X)5. 344, 355, 37^^, 3S'^, 403, 
IJenJa-.nin. 3.:'>75; 5. -■I'll: 8. 102. 
island, i. 145, 151 : 5. ;]75. 
Jolin. lived at Xcwpurt, 1.314; mar- 
ried Sarah Parrott. 1.311; signed 
the i)etition ti> Charles 11, i. 4oi'. 
Greenbush. Maine, 7. 104. 

X. Y., 9. 1S3. 
Greene, Col. Christopher, sliort of 
provisions, i. 473; letter from Ar- 
nold, I. 475-470; to accompany 
Arnold, i. 500; at lied Bank. i. 
520-530; death of, i. 530; men- 
tioned, I. 510, 524. 
tile Pev. Pereival. preaclied at Wells, 
1.347; his salary, I. 347; gradu- 
ated from Harvard College, 1.347. 
Pichard, signed the petition to 

Charles 11, i. 402. 
Roscoe G., 8. 52, lOS. 

, sued by Pish worth, i. 375. 

, cited. 6. S5. 

Gre-niiehl, 8. 441, 442, 445. 
Grtenhaugh, Robert, land granted to, 

I. 244, 240. 
Greenland, tlie northern limits of the 
English claims, 2. lOa; the In- 
dians of speak Karalit, 4. 07; men- 
tioned, I. 25. 
N. H., part of Portsmouth, i. 154; 
former home of the Bracketts. i. 
154; home of the children of 
Thomas Brackett, i. 230; former 
home of Jonathan Philbrook. 2. 
205; mentioned, 2. 13S, 223; 4. 
242/(, 2'.»0. 
lane, 2. 231; 9. 0, 24, f55, 00. 
Greenleaf, Edmund, born in England. 
I. 352/t; died at X'ewbury, i- :)'rjn. 
Cajit. Edmund, his daughter mar- 
ried Heniy .Somerby. 4. 240. 
the Hon. Jonathan, 2. 250. 
the Rev. Jonathan, preached at 
Wells, i.34'.»/t; biogr;ipliical notice 
of, 1.351-352; miMitioned. i.32i3(; 
his Account of \\'eHs. i.;j30-3'jl; 
liis ^Ecclesiastical History cited, i. 
5, 352/t; 3. 6ln, 103/t; 5. xviii-xix; 



INDEX TO COI.LECTIOX; 



ir 



G 



6. ]S2h. lS4/i, 103/1, 194!!, lOOn; 8. 

157-1 oS. 
Juilitli, daimhrcr of Ci\]>\. Kilimunl, 

married lirsi lUnry Somorby. 4. 

'J40; soooiul Tristram Cotlin. 4. i;4i>. 
Mo>os. father of Jonatbnu, i. M'jI; 

jnil'lishod a ina]> of Maine, i. "^ : 8. 

lo, 100: meiUiuned, i. 0; 5. xix, 

xvi. xvii. 
Capt. Moses. 4. 07S. 
the Hon. Simon, i. 351; 5. xxxix; 8. 

30(1. 
reenlv. Thomas, lived at Falmouth, 

1. il2: servant of Cleevcs. i. 112; 

signed the submission to Mass., i. 

112; punished, i. 1>T. 
roenouirh, Epes. 4. 2o5. 
Horatio, furnished a design and es- 
say for the Bunker Hill Mouu- 

nient, 3. 251/i. 
John. 9. 04. 
Samuel, married Jane Gnstin, 4. 

243n. 
reen"s chapel. 6. 10-'. 
reeusledixe, see Greenly, 
reentowu, 4. oU~. 300. 
reenville, Bernard. 7. 120h. 
reenwich. 4. 204. 
reeuwood, John, 4. 304, 403. 
Lucy. 4. 403. 
Verres, 4. 403. 

Capt. , 3. 330. 

reer, a corruptii-'U of McGregor, 6. 

G-T. 
regg family. 6. 1 1. 

theliev. William, a teacher at Lim- 
erick, 8. 173. 
regoiie, Bartholomew de, 6. 27o. 
Maria de. naturalized. 6. 275. 
Maria Theresa do. granddaughter 

of Cadillac. 6. 275; reimbursed by 

Mass., 6. 275. 
Nicholas de. naturalized. 6. 275. 
Pierre de, naturalized. 6. 275. 
r^!::or. a corruption of McGre:::or, 6. 

C-7. 
regorv, a corruption of McGregor, 6. 

V7'. 
XVI, Pope. 8. I40'.:. 403. 
George, lived at Bl ick Point. 3.88. 
Col. Matthew, seized by his own 

soldiers for cruelty, 5. 305. 
Capt. William, i. 4iV._i. 
ronville, .Sir Pdehard. 2. 15. 
ridley, Jeremiah. 2. I'ol; 6. 47n. 
rii.iilv, Thomas, i. 131. 
Judge Pvobert C 6. 7. 

Sergeant . 1. 513. 

rifiin, John, lived at Blue Point, 3. 

Owen, sent ashore to trade. 5. 3 IS. 
rirtith. Henry. 3. l>i.'. 
liflith's head, 9. 131. 
iines. a corruption of Graham. 6. 7. 
! indie, Sa?nue]. fou.'i'i the Cu.stine 
coins, 6. 114-115, 125, 120/1. 



Grist-mills at Baiberry creek, i. 20'.); 
at Cai>isic. i. 'M>; at (iardiner. 2. 
2.-^3; at Limerick, i. 32i'. ".:?2; U 
Long creek, i. 252)!; at ."sebasti- 
cotdv. 4.317; at Wells. 4. 3;;(;; of 
Gedney and .Reward, 2. 170; of 
Seabnry and Milehell, 2. 1^0; of 
Vauuhini. 8. L".t7. 
GriswoUi, Bishop, 7. 410, 432. 

Dr. , 4. 2>;'./i; 5. x\iii. 

Grot ton. 4. 2'.'5. L".'0. 

Grosvenor. Godfrey. 2. 122, 124, 12S. 

Groton. Academy, 8. 413. 

Conn.. 2. 134. 

Ellen E. K., daughter of Xathaniel. 
married F. U. J. Smitli. 6. ;'.t'.0. 37o. 

Joseph, 6. 30S. 

Mary Sprague. her ancestry and con- 
nections. 6. 3i'.7. 30.S; birth of, 6. 
307; children of, 6. 30S. 

Maine, 5. 2s5. 

Mass., I. 510; 2. 140; 4. 3S0; 6.37. 
02»!, 04)i; 8. 250, 412. 

Xathaiuel, settled at Groton. 6. 3t'''S. 

the Hon. Nathaniel, parents of. 6. 
307; birth of. 6.307; one year a 
sailor. 6. 3i")S; graduated from col- 
lege, 6. 300; studied law, 6. 3'1'.' 
opened an oliioe in Bath. 6. 3tV,i: 
moved to Portland. 6. 300: Judge 
of Probate, 6. 300; held othei of- 
fices, 6. 30',); his literary labors. 6. 
300-37O; married, 6.370; children 
of. 6. 37"; his cliaracter. 6. 370. 
371 ; death of. 6. 30)7. 370-371 ; men- 
tioned. 4. 227; 6. 355; his bi.> 
graphical notice of the Rev. John 
W. Starman. 5. 407-411; his His- 
tory of the Churches of Batii. 
cited, 4. 217. 

William 1st, settled at Ipsv, ich. 6. 
30s. 

William 2d, ancestor of the Hon. 
Nathaniel. 6. ;!'W; with Wolfe at 
Quebec, 3(i>; in the New York 
l>rison ship. 6. 30S. 

William 3il, ancestry of. 6. 3<'.S: 
birth of, 6. 3t;7; moved to W.aldo- 
borough. 6. O'm: death of, 6. 3'>; 
children of, 6. :X^; his epitaph. 5. 
O07-30S. 
Grove, Mary, man-ied Thomas Pur- 
chase, 3. 31Sy(. 

street, i. 2'.)4. , 

Grover. , 2. '_'53. 

Grundy. Felix, 8. 424. 
G u d ding. Adam, i . 380. 
Guercheville. Marchoness de, assisted 
Jesuits, 8. L'S, 322, 323; became 
the owner of Acadia, 8.323; sent 
an exi)edition to America. 8. 3l'o; 
prevailed up<>n the qiK-en l<> tit 
out a vessel to send settlers to 
Aineriia. i. 4:^'.i. 
Cluiinsey. 5. 20. 

Guilford". .JiOm. served in the war of 
the Kevulution, 3. 2U4. 



118 



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Giiilirnii. 3. 
GuiiKM. 6. l" 



;o. 



211.21; 



Guinea Company, tlie. Dnke of York 
intt'iiT-tcd in, 7. 10.^; incorporatoil, ■ 

7. ]'.'•'.')!. j 

Guizi't, fianoois V. (i.. liis History of 1 
France oiteil. 9. '.''.'?i. ^ I 

Gulf of Maine. 8. o2(i. | 

of Mexico, 6. 2T(>. ' 

of St. Lawrenee, crossed in liark 
canoes by tlie 31 ie macs. i. -il'J: 
John Denys chew a map of. 5. 1T>', 
a boundary of Du Mont"s <j;rant, ; 
7. 27; mentioned, i. '■)■',: 7. ^o. 1 

of Taranto. 6. 20o. ' 

Gullison, Elihu. a f,'arrison to be 
erected at liis house, i. "Jl'ij. 2'.''.»; 
consulted with Major Churcli. i. ; 
20(i; lived at Falmouth. i.;j20; see | 
also Gunnison. 
Iluu'h. signed the iietition to Crom- I 
well, 1. -j'.io. 

Gumscook pond. 4. 11.3. 114; 8. 204n. 
Gunner's Nose, liome of Itobin Hood, 

2. I'.il. 
Gunnison. Elihu. signed the petition 
to Charles 11, i. 4iil: mentioned, 
4-205; 5. >-;, lOU, llo; see Gulli- 
son. 
Guns, used by Indians. 8. 2>">. 
Gunsmith, wanted by the Indians. 3. 
?.7;j. 4:>.';; 4. lOU: stationed at each 
fort, 8. ■^■-o. 
Guppy, Eeuben. 9. G:>3. 
Gurdin, a spellini; ot .lordan, i. 540. 
Gurney, David. 2. l'12. 
Gustin, Abii(ail. a tlauurhter of John, 

I.. -no. 

David, son of John. i. ol''. 
Ebenezer, son of John. i. ;;iO, 
Elizabeth, widow of Jolin. i. ."10. 
Jane, married Samuel Green, 4. 

John, purchased land of 3Irs. Hous- 
ing. I. 10O/(. 1:44 : land trranted to, 
I. 244; lived near the I'resump- 
scot river, i. 244/(. 310. P/^O; a 
native of the Isle of Jersey, i. 
244)1, o]0„; came to America, i. 
^ 244/1; lived at IleadinLC, and wa.s 
in King I'hilip's war, i. 244;?: his 
name changed, 1.244/-. :ilO;( : signed 
the petition to Bradstreet. i.2^;!/), 
310//; purchased land of Thomas 
■Cloio-. I. 310; died at Falmouth. 
I.. :31<i; moved to Lynn. i. 310; 
land sold to, i. .■;iO//; married 
Eliza Brown, i. 244//, 310/i; chil- 
dren of. I. :Jlo. 

John, son of Jolm. i. -■JIO. 

Samuel, son of Jolm. i. 310. 

Sarah, daughti r of John. i. 310. 

'J'homas. son of J<din. i. 3Io. 
■Gutch, John, signed j/etition to Mass., 
5. -^-lO- 

Robert, a juior, i. Iss; lived at 



Casco bay. i. 23'"'./;: purchase. i 
land of lio'bin Hood, 2. 1','3. i:o.;:l,i, 
desci-ndrnts sold their land claiiM, 
2. 20;.'; the title deri^■ed from. 1. 
2o:J, L'04; first settler of Barb. 2. 
204,205,222: a minister. 2. I'oj; 
site of his honsi', 2. •.OJ: laiiit,- 
from Salem. 2.2o^--_'05; druv-iud, 
2. 205; mentioned. 8. 1 12/0 

(rutteridire. Jere.. lined fm- being idle 
ami disorderly, i. 3T0-3S0. 

Guy. (ri'tuge. I. 155, ISO;;. 
John. I. 155. lOS. 210. 

Guyon, Marguerite. 7. "In. 

Gwy nn. . married Susanna Mun- 

joy, I. L'5('). 

Gyles, ('apt. .lohn. a government in- 
terpreter. 3. 314. 302, 3S1, 3'.''.'. 41:;, 
420: a sou of Thomas. 3. 314. 355; 
employed by the government. 3. 

314. 355; built Fori Gi-oige. 3.3I-!- 

315, 355, 373,: died in Boston. 3 
314/;; a large landhoMer. 3.355; 
chief justice, 3. 3,55; taken juis- 
oner, 3. 355; published a nari;.- 
tive of his captivity. 3. 355, :;5>: 
lived in Boxbury, 2.35''.; tin' lii.t 
civil magistrate east of remaipuii, 
5. 370//; read jirayers to the sol- 
diers at BenKoiuid. 6. r.»l ; men- 
tioned. 3. 377. "40-J. 400. 133. 431; 
his narrative cited. i.3.o2; 3. 35''.. 

Margaret. daughter of Thomas, mar- 
ried Weliber. 3. 314/;. 

Mary, daughter of Thomas, mariied 
Brewer. 3. 314//. 

Thomas, liveil at Pleasant point. 3. 
314; father of Capt. Jfdin. 3. 314. 
355: moved to Pemaquid. 3.314/i; 
killed, 3. 314/i, 355; children (•!, 
3. 314n: a prisoner, 3. 315; his 
wife killed, 3. 315; an account of, 
3. 350. 

Thomas jr., son of Thomas. 3. 314/.; 
died in Boston. 3. 314/' ; driven 
from Merrymeetin'4 bay. 5. :.''">•'; 
settled at Pemarjuid. 5. 2>>'>: com- 
plained of the peo],le and the fort 
5. 205-200: chief justice, 5. -'''■'• 
mentioned, 5. 50-00, 8s, loO; hi:; 
narrative, 5. 205//; 272/^ 

"William, settled in Falmouth, 6. 12- 

see also Giles. 



Haalfe. Thomas, signed the petition 
to Mass., 5. 240. 
; Habits of earlv settlers, i. 50. 
I Ilableville, Capt. (harks Flary df. 8. 
I 323, 327. 32S. 

. Hacknev College. 7. 3-2. 
' Haddock. 3. 07. 
: Haddoii, Conn., 2. 145. 

Ibolley, 2. 145: 4. 2m:', 20i, 203. 
Jolm, 7. 3'.'7. 

Hague, I. lOBi; 2. 10a. 



INDCX TO COLLKCTIOXS. 



119 



Ilainos, Francis. li\eil at Falmouth, i. 

John, letter from Sir Fcrilinando 
<Jor!,'es, I. .">44-.jir). 

Fioben. land irrantetl to, i. 2-")l ; 
lived at I'urpooilucl'C. i. -T)!/), uOS>, 
310, oL'O; siiihod tlu' i>etitii->n to 
Bradstreet, i. l'SC/i; married Ra- 
chel Davis, I. :'.0'.\ olO; Ins nidow 
married Wedu'ewood. i. oU".', olO; 
liisson, I. olO; lived at Hauipton, 
1. 310; signed the iietition to 
Charles ii. i. 402. 

Thomas, lived at Casco bay. i. 114; 
consented to the ai;reeinent be- 
tween Tucker and Jordan, i. 131. 

Timothy, 3. 173. 

William, signed the petition to 
<' ] arles 11. i. 402; lived at Pine 
Foint, 2. 171. 

Capt. , of Pojihani's sliip. 3. 200. 

• , 01 Scarborough, 3. ■SjOh. 

Hake, 3. 07. 
ilakins. see Hawkins, 
liakluyte, liiehard, interested in pro- 
moting voyages of discovery. 2. 
20a-21«; assisted by Aldwortli. 
5. 150-1.")], 171 ; prebendary of St. 
A'lgustine's church, 5. l.")2; an 
unpublished work of discovered. 
8. .J07; mentioned, 5. 1-1>^, l.'.l, 1.j3, 
177; 7. SG4;. 8. iv; his voyages 
cited, 2. 14«H. 1"), 17a: 4. liiO; 5. 
14'b-;, 14S«, l.'>2«, l."Jt;;i,'210/i, 'M'Jn, 
333; 6. 175«; 7. 30^/i. 

Society, 3. 2S1, 2S3, 311. 
Hale, the IJev. Dr. Benjanun, 7. 41S. 

Dr. Eliphalet, purchased land of 
John Tyng, 6. 132; conveyed the 
the same to Kichard Codman, 6. 
132. 

Judith, died, i. 333. 

Mrs. S. J., 3. 2.JS. 
nalibiirton, Thomas C, his History 
of Xova Scotia cited. 5. 140. 174,;, 
17Sa, 170)j, 10rb(; 7. 14i.>, 140; 8. 
100; 9. 00)(, Kjs. 
Halifax, schooners fitted from during 
the war of the l;evo!uiiou. 2. 24.j- 
24«j, 247; a squadron sent from, 2. 
240; the squailron returned to, 2. 
247; an expedition attemjtted by 
land from. 2.247; direct communi- 
cation with Quebec desired. 8. 1^, 
10; formerly Cheba<>t(.. 8. 12.;; a 
French lleet arrived at. 8^ 12.'>: 
founded, 8. 204, 2.s4; mentioned, 
I. 02>; 3. 1S2: 5. 170. 421: 6. 32's; 
8. 10, 104. 140, -20. 22s, 203, 2^4, 
370. 371. 

the Duke of, a fort named for, 8. 
242i; a friend of the colonies, 8. 
242>,;; died, 8. 242/t. 

Ho.ise. 8. 278. 

Lord, 5. 2GG. 
Halle, 6. 411. 



Hall, Ebene;^er. 2. ISO. 
the Fcv. Janus, teacb.er at rana.m 

Academy, 8. 171 ; teacher at Farm- 

iuirton A<Mik'my. 8. 171. 
Jolm. desired as a sjiy. i. 470. 
Jonathan, lived in Harwiek. i.3os: 

married Hannah ISramhail. i.;',"^. 
Elder Joshua, farmed the Fen<)l>- 

scot Circuit, 7. ■_••_'<: :it Frankliut. 

7. 220: as a poliiiiian, 7. 220; his 
cliaracteristies. 7. 2-'.': luesident 
of the senate. 8. •I'.U : liindered the 
regular bu>iness, 8. 3'.M-3'.Cj. 

Ca])t. Xathaniel, in command of the 
English threes, i. 2'.*2, 2'.)4, 21'0; 
bore the brunt of tiie liatth\ i. 
204: forded the creek, i. 2'.i.". : list 
of Ins men who were killeil, i. 
20."))i; in eiuisultation with Major 
Church, I. uOtl. 

Dr. , of Fayette. 4. 302. 

Judge . 5. xxiv. 

, the Indians complained of, 4. 

178. 

Ilallom's deposition, i. 213. 

Hallou, Hannah, testimony of, i. 140. 

Hallowell. granire at. i. 32."; iiicor{>i>- 
rated. 2. 2>.">; a i>art of tiie Ken- 
nebec Purchase. 4. 4*'.; designed 
to be a great town. 4. 4r>: brewery 
and distillery l)iiilt. 4. 4(): Dr. 
Vaughan settled at. 6. .•o; 7. 27-^- 
280. 3>3; the spotted fever in. 6. 
00; Elder Lee preached in. 7. 22'i ; 
the Bev. Mr. Gillet settled in. 7. 
270, 284; business increased in, 7. 
2S3; exports. 7. 2^3: ]iri.)Miiiient 
men in, 7. 2S4-2s.';: newsj'a]>ers 
of, 7. 2><4; j)rosperity cliecked. 7. 
285; Supreme J uuicial Court held 
at, 7. 383: soeiety at, 7. 3^3: but 
few inliabitanfs at. 7..3"-:)-384,3s4,< ; 
towns once included iii. 7. 3^;)- 
384; population inereased, 7. .3''4; 
banks at. 7. 303-3'.'4: A'auglian's 
social intiuence. 7. 40'.», 41.">; men- 
tioned. 2. 110, 2--4: 4. 20;;, ;;o.-,, 
305)!. 321. 3.")1. ■■',:•'>, 350. :;70: 5, 
331, 423: 6. :.<!,. i-.o. Gl. (i2. f.;;. •.;. 
fcl4/i, G5, 07. 73. 74. '.»). 01, 02. :)>■'•, 
413; 7. 272. 275. 270. 277. 278, 2-^2, 
2.<5, 372, ;i70, 3s:;, 3on. 30G; 40". 
405. 411; 8. IsO. 3:;s, 341. 
Academy, establisli-.j, 8. 050, lOo; 
land granted to. 8. iOO; contribu- 
tie'us to, 8. IGO-bil; opened. 8. 
IGl; precei)tors of, 8. 101: burm-d, 

8. 101; a very successful insti'u- 
tion, 8. 10(1: merged into otlicr 
schools, 8. 102; mentioned, 7. -0'.', 
3>5. 

Capt. Benjamin, at Falmouth, 5-307; 

commanded the King CJeorge. 5. 

SG7//, 370: 6. 3.;s; ii:ivy agt'iit f'T 

• Great Britaiii, 6. s5; his daughter 

juai-nod Sanjuel Vaughuu, 6. i5; 



^'-^ MAINE III>TOKICAr, SOCIETY. 

Halluwoll, Copt. P.onjamin-coiitM. i Williini ih-^t nf <l, . fo. -i • 

r. ...n of William. 6. Au,-. HKuno-l I in'lua ^'40^ 4,^ ^ "'"'•' '" 

-Mary btockor. 6. 40::; uuMitionod, 1 stieain 8 l»il ' 

5-lvni. ;;77. :VS1; s. -on,.. 214ii. j Rail, the Kcv. Stei^hen 4 30o o,^. 

n?-"\ '-' f''" "/ ,^"''';^- J^^^'J^iniiii. 7. I Willaid, 6. :;t;4'. "" ' 
4n.,: luitlinn.Idi-arli. 7.4t.K;:p,oni- ]),-. AV L 9 147 

K.'n! ','\^'r*"",- ^- ■^"^= '^'"•^' ^'^ ^''^' "^'"■■•^ r.niinnia! Address 8 Itl.l 

KonnebocPundias..rs.7.40:;:mar- llali>es. Doacou 2 17 

110(1 lie nooca ljn""s 7 Jo;- <>i,ii 11,1., ,j " • '>'■ 

drenof, 7. 4Uo: mJiai^ned: s^lxl; i '^'ri^Ji ~~' "'--•^'^-- ^^ Au.old. 

4U4: drm^n from P>oston. 7.4(1:}; j Ilamans, William ' i 01 

d.od m t anada, 7. lOi; .hildron . HanU-lin, Dr. _, of Livermore, 4. 

7. 404; an adnnra! under Xelson, j of York interested ii'.'y. lo'J; it 

r>i. • '1 1 r. • .^ I e'oriiorated, 7. 1.;;',, 

Class.eal and Se.ent.fic Aeademy, 8. Jlandhun, Alex:uuler, 6. ',G,r, 7 



.70. - -''•>'^- 



Colleetiou of S.icred music. 7. SOS. [ Alexander, of Merrvmeetin-r Inv 

4o'-''4o'-r' "' ''^'' '" -""'^^■'^^' 7. his cattle dest^i^^^s! n£. ' 

House, the, 7. 470. the Maiqu.s of, i. 3:3, :ISh, 81 ; 2. 42n, 

L.vceum. the, 7. :J'..7. I Hamlet, i. 41:]; 5. Kviii ■■ 

l^oljert son otJJenjamin. 5.1x1. Ixii; : Handin. Gen. ClTarles. 8. 47;j I 

7.40..; married Hannah Gardiner. : Elijah L., 8. 7:J 17(. 3''-, 477 

?;ri''/'t'^"' 7\-^''^V^''': .-^^liTiinis- ! the Hun. Hannibal.'s.'no 45^ 463 

tercd the estate of Ins father-in- I . 4f;4- 9 lir] ' ' ' 

aw, 5 lxii;fathcrof PubertHal- ^ Hammatt. Abraham '> -!•> : 

l(Mvel Gardiner, 5 Ixii: navy ! Hammond, Archelai'is",';. In) 

aytut at jortsmoutii, 7. 404; col- i Benjamin, earlv settler of Xew 

lector at Boston, 7. 4u4; his ur- 1 Gloucester, 2."l.^:l ^' 

am 'iVfT''*^ ''*"' '"""' '°-^"'^- 7- ! E'liuund. si^^ned the petition to 

4U4;le{t the couurry and returned, 1 Charles 11 i 40-> I-^^^itiou to 

7- 404: died at Gardiner. 7. 404; j John, 4. iW. " "' ; 

40?.',';". •"'"; *" ^^'■: ^-'^^^-'li"*-^'-- 7- ! Jonathan, had a sawmill at Wells 

400: received a pens], m from En'T- 1 i. -'(jy iiuaL\\tii., 

land 7 4Ut>: menti-ned. 5. Iviii." ! Joseph. 2. 204: ^. 3<0 411 • . on-, * 

Eobert jr., son of Jiobert. 7. 400; ! Joseph jr.. 4. o;i "^ ■' '^^ ' 4- -C. 

i"^ '^^' 7-:^'-";; <^^"^^- to America, : Richard, killed, i. 004. 3. j^^,. j.^.^ ^ 

40<- 1; p'": ^" ^ ^'"^^ •^'^='^^- 7- ' tradin-housJ attacked 4 -' • 

400. m Boston. 7.40,;; at school, \ accused of cheatin.r 4 t"-; 

ti^m '; 4^?'^ D 7;'"'v''' !"'"■"'■ ' ^""''^ ^™"^ '■'« I'ouse'arousl^r the 

G^'^S^ItrV-'^V ""'^'l''' I ^'''"•^'"' ^^ ''^I'^'-^entative in the i 

r^ ver , JV. ,t/ r ."^V'^^'r "^"'"^ ''^t ^^'^•"•^' ^- ~'^' = to lead the 

?;j;;o./;nfi;i::iit^f 7's:^'-^,jj i -^^^-- --^'-j^;, =^t wens. . \ 

visit to the KennebL rivJr,^;! i ^iar^v^iu^rS' ^'^ ^"^'^"^" ^^' I 

s; ';^d'^i;-;.;'';in.'-''''^''^'^^'' i — ' "-^^^-^i ^ ^^^^ ^t stmson-s i 

J:..i^iana, 7 40,)-410; on the con- i point, 2. li)2 ^ 5 

n-nV;. '.V r"' ,."-'^^""*-"J the sur- ; Ilammond's uarrison. 9. 1.33. l 

Ganliner. ^^'"'"^^'•' 7- 410; see , i^^";^-!^-;'-, Jonathan,'^ indicted for | 

^"I'^'niinS's:,,;:^ n^niamin, 6. ' Han'!?"'^S.'na;' acknowledged the ' 

U- 1 .'r ■ • r.;?t r - '"'-'"'"' S- ' f^overnment of Mass., i. 3.?G. 

w;;;d.';^;;;;riV.^^;;,^i,::Tr-7. 404. ' "^'^m of^'r-'"i-^^ ^"^ r^r' 

iid.erited his , nc!e-s esta e 7' ' K , l n •-. " "^"'""^ '^' ^■''''■ 

4:;4 a W,.fac,or of H n^^liifr,^: ' i^ll^^^^i^r ,:X:;:P'-!;^-: ^ S! . 



INDEX TO COLT.ECTIOXS. 



121 



107 funds of. 7. 1(17; ])roco|itors 

of. 7. 1(17, li'iS; cu>t of tuition. 7. 

li>7; unitoil with the l>an<:or Tht- 

oh\i:io:\l SoniiTiary, 7. 1('>8; mcn- 

tioiiod, 171. 177. 
Ilaini'shiro Asjiociation of Baptists, 

4. o'>o. 
count V, 2. 2:a. 2.'i'2. i:.".:J; 4. 12:]; 6. 

lo;"8. J14. 
Eni:.. name applied to Xew llamp- 

sliire, 2. "jL'a. 
Hampton, lionio of Ahialiani Drake. 

I. L'oo. 2.'!i'i; home of Jacoh Freeze. 

I. olO: Hatchelder a minister at, 

I. 74; home of lloliert Haines, i. 

300, olO; Jolin Wlieehvriglir went 

to. i.o44/(: mentioned. 2. l:]s. 174. 

17!»; 3. lln. I'l-.i; 4. 24-,(, L'4;i. l.'i;4, 

27'.', ;>")!: 7. •2<;-2. 
, a Soldier in tlie Black Point 

garrison, i. 'J-ln. 
ITamweth, Thomas, submitted to the 

jurisdietiou of Mass.. 3. 4i>. 
Ilanchett. Capt. Oliver, i. 47."). 4S.'). ohO. 
Hancock, incorporated. 4. 70: land in 

granted to ilde. do Gregoire, 6. 

27.T. 
county, 3. 3:>i!: 6. 27': 8. ol7, 310. 
Jolm. one of the Kennebec Pur- 

cliasers. 8. 20s,i. 
Gov. John. 2. 212, 21S: 



7. 328, 330, 

Portland, i. 

200», 2l4n, 



street. IJangor, ■?. 2'): 

02. 
Thomas. 7. lOG: 8. I.jI 

210, 222/i. 22>. 2S3. 
William, .settled at IJuxton, 2. 130: 
came from Ireland. 2. i:;0. 

, of Otisfield. 4. 3:)0. 387. 

Handel Society of Maine, 7. :',9S. 
Handforth. 2.'40». 
Hr.nc=icket bay, 2. 171. 
Hauham, Cajtt. Tliomas. in command 
of Popliam's expedition, 2. 23':<; 
to meet ChallonL:. 2. 23^;; mani- 
festo concerning, 2. 23a/!. 
Han-,Jost, au Indian guide, i. 531. 

^*^"'.>°-, ^'^^'^- — ' 3- -■^^; 5- 1-1-J- 150, 

Hanna. Mr. . i. rAon. 

Hannibal, the, built at Xe\vburn>ort, 
2. 247; commanded by the 
O'Briens, 2. 247; her cruise, 2. 
247-24S: captured. 2. 24S. 

Ilannuct, Tliomas. married the Wid- 
O'v liurrage, 3. ^1; signed the 
feubvnission to Mass.. 3. si. 



^er. t!ie 



HousL- of. 6. 
5. xxiii. 



Han,. 

Ma^s., 4.r72: 

N. H.. 8. 4-0. 
iIaiisi;om. Aaron. 3. 1^0. 

■ . of (Joiham, 4. '-'.'.k 

' , of Bichmond's i: 

14.J. 
Hansom, Ichabod, 4. C-.J 

I'liiaca.s, 4. 307. 



land, 4. 144, 



Hap]iy Eeturn. the. 5. 13.'). 
Uariieu. Ann, claimed land at Xew 
Dartmouth. 2. 23."). 

Capt. . 7. .33.".. 

Harding, Grace, i>atentec of Lygouia, 
I. 45)1. 
Nat., 4. 300. 
Xat.. jr.. 4. 3ilO. 
Haniiiv_^"s. corumissioners to meet at, 

1. 3!jl. 

Hardison. John, sold land to John 
Jones. 3. 2b'.. 

llardwiek. 4. im^".. 

Hare. Charles \\'., married Bing- 
ham, 7. 355. 

Ilarlieur, 5. 17^. 

Harford. Capt. Samuel. 3. l.'=;.3». 

Solomon, served in the war of the 
l\evolution. 3. 203. 

Ilarisickh^s. 7. 237. 

Harker. J<din. 9. 372. 373. 

Harlem, Me., former name of China, 

2. 2.-i5. 
Harley, s> r Harlow. 
Harlow, Eilmund, 2. ISO. 

Kdward, 7. 302. 

Capt, Henry, visited Sir Ferdinando 
Gorges, 2.25: kidnap])ed Indians. 
3-301; 7. 210: his Relation i ited, 
7. 304, 304n, 300. 

Suky, 4. 300. 

, of .'^umner. 4. 300. 

Harmon. John, i. 2i>7: 3. 150. 

Mt.ses. served in the Kevolution, 3. 
2';i4. 

Pelatiah, married Bebecca Coffin. 4. 
250/1. 

Samuel, sent to seek a minister. 3. 
150; meetings at liis house, 3. 105; 
purchased land of Penhallow. 3, 
212; biograjihical notice of. 3. i'12. 

Sarah, married Richard Jacnues, 3. 
313h. 

William, to settle boundary dis- 
putes, I. 301; one of the fir.-,t set- 
tlers of Wells. 1.302. 

Capt. , headed a company to 

exterminate the Indians, 2. 107; 
3-152; massacred Indians at .Som- 
erset point. 3. 313-314; subi tiled 
the Indians at Xorridi,^ewock, 3. 
3l3/i: his daughter married Rich- 
ard Jaeijues, 3. 313/t; died, 3.313». 
Harmonv. 7. 305. 
Harndeli, John, i. ISOn. 

Rebecca, married James Lane, i. 
l.VO/t. 
Harnden, Samuel, 2. 21S. 

Biitradier , 2. 100. 

Harnden"s fort. 2. ll'O. 
Harpswell, calh-d Meniconeag, 2.1C7; 
4. 331; incorporated, 2. l^'j; de- 
sired a clergyman. 3. 270: cliurch 
begun at, 3. •JH',; tlie Rev. Jacob 
Bailey preaeiied at. 3. 2~i'>\ 6. 100. 
100; Capt. Harmon died at, 3.3J3(( ; 



122 



MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 



narpswi'll— rontimiod. 

Cajit. .Iac(ini\s diod at, 3. 'M'.-.n- 
3l-J/i:fUL-(lo(l to Kichaiii Wiuirtou. 
3. Oi'l: the Kov. I'aal (,'.iiiin in. 4. 

001, ;>;;l'; l\>rim'rly Xoith Yar- 
moutli. j.i'L'l; nu'iitiMiad. 2. l]."i, 
ir,i; 3. l.")L'/,; 7. lM'.i. -i;;J; S. Ill;, 

nock, called MerriconcaLr. 4. 100. 
Ilaiiey, an Indiau. 4. l.">.'j. li'.:J. 
Ilanin^^ton. name Lriven to Bristol, 6. 

IS; ceded to MontLCoinery. 5. IS; 

incorporated. 7. ;lS4/(: cliauued to 

Augusta, 7. ;js4/i; nicutioned, 6. 

lo<t. 
Ilarriseeket river, 4. lOo. 
liarri.seket, Indian name of Frceport, 

2. 107. 

Harris falls, 3. ;:;2'2. :";;>:>. 

John, lived at Purpooduck. i. ."21; 
trustee for North Yarmouth, 2. 
173. 
J. Morrison, Life and Character of 

.Sir Walter lialeigh, 2. 24(7, 76a. 
Mark, 4. 7. 
Merchant, 4. 29S. 
Nathaniel, si<:ned the jietition to 

Mass.. 5. 240. 
Samuel I).. 3. 24'1, 247. 2.")1. 
the riev. Thaddeus M., 2. 11a. 
Thomas, 3. 240. 

"William T., his Collection of Voy- 
ages cited. 5. 1^)1 It. r.'.j/(: his edi- 
tion of Hubbard cired. 5. lOl'/i, 
17.;/(, l>.3/i. 2"4/(, 235/!. 
Harris' hill. 2. 102. 
Harrison. A\'iniam Ilenrv. 7. 421, 4.JC>, 
40.], 404: 8. 4."-S/i. 

Capt. . of Fort Halifax, i. .^>04. 

, married Miss Xoble. 8. lo2. 

Harrod, John, 2. 170. 
Harr.nv House, 8. Ilia. 
Harry the coachman, i. 372. 
Hart, Charles Henry. 7. 4~-j. 
Hartford, lirst woolen factory in 
America at, 4. .j4; mentioned. 3. 
32UX: 4. "17, ;"-. .">0: 5. xxix; 7. 433, 
430, 437, -13-<, 441. 4.".';: 8. 43'S. 4<:). 
convention. 5. xxxvii; 6.i\\n: 7.154, 

373. 
grey, cloth worn by AVashington, 4. 

5'>. 
Maine, 4. 301, 390. 
Hartlierne, see Hawtliorn. 
Hartwell, Jonas, 3. 33'.». 
Harvy, Ifene Just. 6. 40s, 400, 411. 
Harvard, 4. i'G5: 8. 4>2. 

College, a professorshi]) at endowed 
by Isaac Koyall, i.:.".io,,: J.^seph 
"Willard jiresident of. 3. lo:;: gave 
a title to the FiOv. Paul Coilin, 4. 
250; the foundations •>{ ]:i]<\ by the 
etate, 5. xviii; the ICv. 'A'iiiiam 
Allen regent o!, 5. xhi; ti)e Kev. 
Ichabofl Xicliuls a trustee of. 5. 
lii; Albert Gulhitiu a teacher in, 



6.00,; John I.cvcrett president i.^. 

6. :;2^ ; 9. 7'.'; the IJev. lchab..d 
Nichols a tutor in. 6. 373-.'.74. ;N2. 
the doctines of Wintelitdd oiui.'x- 
ious t<i, 6. .•^2; Parker Cleav..laiid 
a tutor in. 6. ^I'.'O; the ]U'evaiIiii:; 
s]'irit of in ]7'.'5. 6. .■;^7. .';'.'s-.;'.t;i; 

7. 40S; (lie crc-s tak.n at Poui.s- 
iunirh at. 8. .".nt;., ; Dr. Increase 
Mather lu•e^id(■nt •>(. 9.22: gra-lu- 
ates from. Jtilm Alibott. 5. xxli; 
the Kev. J(din .Vdanis, i. l-j^; the 
l.'ev. Tliomas Allen, 5. xlvi; the 
Kev. "William Allen. 5. xlvi; the 
Kev. Jacob Bailey. 6. l',»0: 8. 210//; 
the Kev. Benjamin Blackman, 3. 
155; Thomas I'xmd. 6. (Uo : James 
Bridge. 6. 50 : Timothy Boutidle. 6. 
GO: John Brock, 9. 327;( : George 
Burroughs, 1.217.204:3. 15(':Kben- 
ezer Cla]>p. 6. !*'<■, Josiah Claike. 
I. 340; Parker Cleaveland. 6. 3^7, 
300; Dr. Charles Collin. 4. 241 : the 
Kev. Paul CotHu, 4.241; Charles 
Cashing. 6. 47» ; George r"n<hini:. 
6. 4S«; Kicharil Gushing. 6. 4^/, : 
Poland Cushin--. 6. 47; William 
Gushing, 6. 44; A. Pv. Cutter. 2. 
1>^Q: Joseph Dane. 6. ;>i4: G. F. 
Davis, 8. 441: .Samuel Kmery. i. 
340; the liev. William Fessenden. 
4. 2S0;!; James Furbish, i. 340; 
K. H. Gardiner. 5. Ixii: John Gor- 
]iam. 4, 241ii; Percival Gr.ene, i. 
347; the Kev. Jonathan Green- 
leaf, i.:J51; P.oberl Ilalbuvell. 7. 
40S: Benjamin Hasey, 4. 0; 6. .'4: 
Moses Hemmenway. i. 340: .Sam- 
uel Jetfards, 1.310: Edward Kent, 

8. 451; Kufus Kiui;-. 3.215; Wil- 
liam Ladd, 2. 255: Enoch Lincoln, 
I.40S-4O0; Stephen Longfellov,-. 5. 
xxxii; Kichard Martin, i. 347; 
John Mellen. 5. xxiii; Prenti>s 
Mellen, 5. xxiii: 7. 474: PeulKn 
Nason, 8. 100: tlie l.'ev. bhabiHl 
Nichols. 5. li: 6. 373. 3-^2: Tliomas. 
Oliver, 7. 201; David Phips, g.O^: 
Spencer Phips, 9. 07; tlie Kev. 
Tliomas Pierce. 3. 101 ; J. C. Keed, 

6. 00; the Kev. Jai.ob Kice. 4. 
2>^()it: Thomas Kice, 6. 2 /i : 
(iideon Pdcliardstnj, i. 340: Ed- 
ward Kussell. 2. 105; Dr. Edward 
Piussell, 2. 105; Samuel Sewell, 3- 
351; Lieut. -Col. .Swan, 4. l'^d; the 
Kev. Joshua Swan, i. 340n; Peter 
C). Thacher, 7. 474: (ieorge 
Vaui:han, 7. 205 : W i 1 1 i a m 
Vauirhan, 8. 205--_'.i0; .Samuel 
Waldo. 9. ss; E. T. Warren. 6.04; 
the Kev. Geo. W. Wells, 1.340..': 
Nathaniel Wells, i. :j>0: rlie P.. v. 
John White, 9. *'>'Jn: Benjanii't 
Whitwell, 6. 00; William AViliis, 

7. 474; the Kev. John Wisueli, 6. 



INDEX TO COLLIXTIOXS. 



123 



103: mentioned, 2.va: 3. 107; 5. I 
xxvii, xxix. 141?, IJSO: 6. 01. \-20n, \ 
l<<i!, -lUo, 40(5. 4)1.'. 4-21. 4l.'.j; 7. 
L'.-V./f, 404, 40S; S. 151, G44, 41o, 4oU, 
500; 9. ttl. 
CdlU'ire Library, 4. o7. O.i. 
Law >i'ho(il. 8." nor,, )i;;-4l4. 
}Iarvt\v, Capt. Daniol. 3. 171. 
i:ii/:abctli. mother of Nathaniel Mit- 
♦ 011, 1. loS, l.'0(>, i.'4>; lived at Fal- 
mouth, I. 21('>; lived in Thomas 
Ihaeketf s family, i. 210. •.'4S: >;uia 
land to Powsland, i. 245: dai-.j^h- 
ter of Cleeves, i. 2GU; came from 
Kn^land. i. 20it; death of, i. 200. 
Sir John. 8. OS, 00, M. 
Judge Matthew, 5. xli. 
I'etcr, his Keminiseeucos of Webster 
cited, 8. 103. 

Col. , 9. 104, lOo. 

, married a daughter of Tliad- 

deus Clarke, i. :JUS. 
ITarv.icli, Enuland, 6. o31. 

Mass., I. oiiS; 4. :j04. 
IlarAvood. Henry, a shoemaker, i. 21G; 
land granted to, i. 244; discharged 
from Fort Loyal, 1.270: sold land 
to B. Allen, 1.270; moved to Bos- 
ton, I. 270; signed the petition to 
Gov. Bradstreet, i. 2s;j/t; lived on 
the Xeck, i. 320. 
Ensign John, slain, 4. 2S7. 
Tlmmas, siunod the petition to 
Mass., 5. 240. 

Major , 2. 20'), 215. 

Hasey, Benjamin, co-operate member 
of the Maine Historical .Society, 
I. 11; recording secretary, i. 12; 
death of, 4. 6; 6. .55; birth of. 4. 0; 
graduated frf>m college, 4. 0; 5. 
54; established at Toj-'sham. 4. 0; 
6.54; studied \\ ith Judge Thach- 
er, 6.54; a man of quiet habits, 
6. .55. 
Haskell, Daniel, teacher at Lincoln 
Academv, 8. 100. 
Ezra, 8. 174. 
Hassang. 3. 380. 
Jr., 3. .xso. 
Hasted, Edward, his History of Kent 

cited, 9. ZOOa. 
n.isty, Daniel, biographical notice of, 
3.211. 
John, married Lydia Libby, 3. 211. 
Joseph, served in the Continental 

Army, 3. 204. 
I*>'bert', 3. 211. 

VVilli.im, tlied, 3.211; sons of, 3. 211. 
AVilliiiin jr., s )n of Willi'im, 3. 211; 
served in the war of the iievolu- 
tii'n, 3. 20;j; marri«;d Anna Clarke, 
3- -11 ; children of, 3. 211. 
<-"ai.t. William, 3. 151. 
Hatch, Estes, signed the treaty of 
1714, 6.250; nuto-raph of, 6.250. 
i'hiiip. signed the petition to Crom- 
\\elJ, I. :;05. 



Siisan H., miiniid ihst to Caj't. 
'Jobias Lord. 8.4u5; second to the 
Hon. E. E. Bfuine, 8. 4( 5. 
Hatlield, 2. 145: 4. 14::, 2t2, 204. 
Hathun, *y( Haw thoi n. 
Hatwell, jiinjamin, iilitioncd to the 
gmeral ciuirt, i. 144. 
Widow , mariied liichard Mar- 
tin. I. 75. 
S( e At well. 
Havana, 2. 10. 

Haven, the Kev. Jason. 4. 20.'>. 

the llev. Joseph. 4. 1^5i''. 205. 

tiamucl F., assistance acknowledged, 

5. 142; letters to J. W. Th.>intou 

cited, 5. ;J01-o02; his Archieclngy 

of the United States cited, 6. i::l^;i. 

Haverhill, hunie of Tristram Collin, 

4. 240; lirst plough used in, 4. 240: 

destroyed, 6. 2-30; mentioned, 2. 

lOs; 4' i.'42i<, 273, 250/!, .350, 6. 3'JO. 



Academy. 9. 



•^30. 



Havre de Grace, Du Monts sailed from, 
7. 240. 

Hawke, , early settler of Bakers- 
town, 2. 113. 

Hawkesmoiire, 9. 55. 

Hawkins, Ernest, his Church of Eng- 
land Mission in North America 
cited, e.'lOOa; his Quebec cited, 

5. 17N)I. 

Sir John, introduced slaverj- in 

America. 7. 200. 
Sir Kiehard, sailed for America, i. 
32; vihited Virginia, 2. 25; at 
Monhegan, 7. 3l'0; took the 
Nachen's lishiug boats, 7. 320; 
mentioned, 7. I2'.i. 
William, 2. liOO, i:04. 
Hawley, the Kev. Gideon, 4. 271. 
Hawthorne. Capt. AVilliam. sent with 
troops to Maine, 5. 257; sent to 
make a treaty with the Indians, 
5.255; mentioned, 1.222/4,220; 3. 
110; 9. 30,3. 
Major AVilliam, held county court, 
1. 170; sent to Maine, i. i'2ii; men- 
tioned, I. 227h; 3. 53; 7. 153/i. 

Hay, Dr. , of Turner. 4. 304. 

Hayes, Francis B., 9. 70, 7l. 
John, 2. 121. 

JohnL.,his Vindication of the ricrhts 
of Alexander, Earl of Stilling 
cited, 7. 14:]/i. 
Eutherford B., 8. 253. 
William A., i. 11: 9. 71. 
Hayne, Bobert Young, 7. 470. 
Haynes, P'rancis, signed tlie |»ctition 
to Gov. ]5radstreet, i. 2.s3/(. 
John, 9. 310. 

Thomas, lived at Casco hay. i.230n; 

clerk for the baud of Westcus- 

te<40, I. ;;7''.. 

William. li\'il at Casco bay, i. 2.30,1. 

]Liy\\ii(/d. Julm, 3. 2-'A, ;332, ;!33. 

Ha;caril, Samuel, 1m>, State I'apers 

cited, I. 25, 27, 2S, 33, 31. 35, 40, 



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Haznril, Saniuol — continued. 

41, 44. 7S, -,0, SO. SI. S2, 00. 100, 
101, 10:.*. 10:3. llo. -JSO: 2. 4-J'Oi: 3. 
2.<4: 5. o-J.-): 6. 174. ITil. 170. IsO: 
7. 14:5, l.j.): S. 341: 9. 104,oli%013, 
31 J. 0:27. 

Hazel nut.-. 3. 3n2. 

llaz.eltine, Timothy, settled at Bux- 
tc>n. 2. l.'V.i; came from Bradtord. 
2. lo'.': nuntiuuod, 4. "244. 

Heacock, Stephen, coninuinder of tlie 
Blossom. 5. lo.j. 

Head, sec Heard. 

Heald. lirid^jet, daughter of Epliraim, 
4. oGS. " 
Bridjiet, wife of Ephraim, 4. GIG, 

3(-.S. 300. 
Kleauor, 4. 3GS. 
Major Ephraim, 4. 346, 347, 3GS, 

o'JO, 39S, 300. 
Epliraim jr., 4. 3CS. 
Mehitable, 4. 3aS. 

Heard, Daniel. 7. 2S."). 

James, military otricer of Kittery. 
1. 373 ; sinned the petition to Crom- 
voll, I. o'Xj. 
John, sued by Godfrey. 9. 310)!. 
"Warwick, killed by Charles Frost, 
1. 3GS; 3. 10. 

Ilearue, Nicholas, biographical uoiice 
of, 3. 212. 

Heath, the llev. Asa. 3. IGo. 
E.xpedition. the. 7. 01//. 
Joseph, grant of land to. 2. 201; 
reason of the grant, 2.204; men- 
tioned, 2. 20^: 4. 2>1. 
C'apt. Josepli, Sent a letter to Gov. 
Dummer, 3. 407; letter in full. 3. 
40S-40U; destroyed the fort at 
Penobscot falls. 7. 4. SO: inter- 
rupted the negotiations for peace. 
7. SO; mentioned, 3. 4ij, 434, 440; 
4. 170; 7. .-}. 
Lieut. William, i. 500, 524. 

Hebrew, the. i. 415. 

Hebron, 2. 127. 145: 4. 303. 304, 330, 
350, 300, 3SS. 3^0, 403; 5. xl. 
Academy, in hiu'li repute, 6. 371; 
iiie<jrporated. 8. 100: land granted 
to, 8. 10;i; funds raised, 8. 100; 
opened. 8. Ki'.t; preceptors of. 8. 
100, 170; benefactors of. 8. 170; 
semi-centennial of, 8. 170; de- 
scribed. 8. 170; mentioned, 6. 309. 

Ucckewtdder. the Kev. John, i. 412: 
criticised. 6. 210; his Narrative of 
the United Brerhren cited, 6. 213, 
210, 217, 223, 2-5. 

Hector, the, 8. 122. 

Hedge, the Kev. Frederic H., 5. 303. 

HelYer, Andrew, 3. S3. 232. 

Hegon, John. 3. .'Vm. 

Heights of Abraha.-n. i. 520; 7. 205. 

H'.ison. Balph. i. 2l-'./'. ; 3. 110. 

He!lgr;te. 6. 2>0: 7. s.''..'. 

HL-imst;;dt, tlie L nivcr.sity of, 5. 4u4. 



Hemmenway. the Rov. >r>>*es. crad;)- 

ated from Harvard ColK-gc. i. 340; 

minister at Wells, i. 34il. .^4S; 4. 

243: died, i. :14S, 34"..; his lon^ 

pastorate, 1. 34^; mentior.od. 2. 

141, 142 : 4. 244. 255. 250. 205. 273: 7. 

210; his Sermon. 4. 3i'.0. 3;!1. ■■)<\-^. 

303. 3(W. :]05. 3i)t;. ;;07. 30'S. 3>0, 372. 
Heniminirway. Gliarles. 5. 130. 
Hemp. 2. OS; grown iu New England, 

6. 32 S. 

Henchman, Major , 5. 300. 

ilender, , 9. 35s, 350. 

Hemlerson, Dunbar, erected a blo(^k- 
house near George's river. 5. '■]''>'!. ; 
Indianslurking aroun<l his housi', 
5. 3O1S; married the Widow Dun- 
bar. 6. 20. 

Hendricks, Capt. William, i. 500, 510, 
524. 

Hengstenberg. Ernst Wilhclm. 7. 4:'2. 

Heuing. William W., his Stati^t^cs of 
Virginia cited, 7. li;0/i, l;]o-,. 

Henniker. N. II., the I\ev. Jacob Fvicc 
])reaclieil in. 4. 2sOn. 

Henrietta Maria, the province 01 
Maine supposed to have been 
named for, 2. 5Sa/i; that no: a 
correct statement, 3. 31 /i. 

Henry 1. of England. 4. 230. 

II, of England, 7. 141/?. 

III, of England, 6. 140. 

IV, of France, crave a patent to Du 
Monts, 1.25, 27: 5- --iOO, 322. 3l'5; 

7. 27; confirmeil the grant of Pon- 
trincourt, 8. 321, mentioned, 9. 
07, 00. 

VT, of England, 6. 140. 

VII, of England, 2. 14r/; 6. 142, 140; 
7. 3'~:0; 9. 310/i. 

VIII, of England, 2. ISa; 6. 150: 9. 
:' .5 s 

the Rev. Hugh, preaclied in Scar- 
borough, 3. 15S; was a Scotchman. 
3. 150. 

John Joseph, with Arnold i. 501; 
in the exploring party under 
Steele, 1. 503; born at Lancaster, 
1.503: at Detroit, i. 500; hi> ex- 
perience in the wildernc'^s. i.503; 
joined the troops, i. 504; a bio- 
grajdiical notice of, i. 530-531: 
mentioned, i. 500, 507/i, 5oS. .")i/), 
512. 513, 514, 515, 510, 517, 522, 
525, 527, 52.-^. 

of Guise, 9. 00. 

"W.. father of John Joseph, i. 503, 
530. 
Herbert. Simon, 8. 51. 
Uercubs, the. emi-ioyed at Rich- 
mond's island, i. 50: 6. 13-^: sent 
to England with freight, 6. 537. 
Herculesin. the. i. 234 n. 
Herman, John, in the Black Point 
garrison, i. 2j7«; 3- HO. 

Nat., 4. 2.1. 



INDEX TO COLLECTIONS. 



12:) 



JKrinan^, .Tamos, llnod for boating ; 
liis Avifo. I. ;>TT. j 

Hiiniamifi. the. 5. i:4. 
H'liiK'n. owned l>y (ion. Knox, 9. ^oi. 
llvion lake. 4. IDS. 
lUrreia, .\ntIiony. 2. 9. 
11(1 liek. 15enj:uiiin. 2. :2G4. 
Kb.nezrr, 8. 174. 
Caj>t. l.^rael, 5. ■''.('7, 070. 
Jaiol., 2. 117, J!'.', l-'l. 

. inu-lioliUr at Loniston. 4. 07^. 

40o 
1Ii:tiuv.:s, abumlant, 3. Ol': taken ami 
cured on the Sebastieook, 4. ol7, 
3o4. 
H-nTin-IIofr. 3- 01. 
Ikrsey, Amos, 2. lio. 
.lames, 2. I'I'j. 
Nat.. 4. oi>'-j. 
Noah, 2. 114. 
Hethersaw, Kobcrt, indicted and 

lined, i. 372. 
Ileyer, Cunrad. 5. 400; death of, 6. CtlO. 
lleylin. Peter, his Cosinoarapliy eired, 

' 7. Wa, liJOn: 8. olU, o:;U. o.lj . 
lleyjnan, .Samuel, 9. ;U. 
lleystjn, Matthew, in the Bhiok Point 

garrison, i. i-'Jii;/; 3. 110. 
llibbard, James, 2. 21.M. 

the. Kev. , 4. :y.V). 

Iliberniai, 6. 123. 124; s^e Ireland, 
liibernia, the. commanded by Capt. 
John O'Brien, 2. 24S; captured 
the Gen. Pattison. 2. 24S. 
Iliekford, John, lived at Black Puinr. 
3. So; an extravai^^ant story cuu- 
cernin^, 3. M'-'.'O. 
llieroglyiiliics used by Indians, i.42.j: 

on belts, i. 42.">-42'J. 
IIi;:gins, Edmund. 3. 204. 
Deacon Edmund. 3, 212. 
Dr. Edmund, married Anne Swan- 
ton, 3. L'12; hi.s eliildren. 3. 212. 
estate, the, part of the Cammock 

patent, 3. L'12. 
farm, formerly Capt Boaden"s farm, 

3- Hi;!, :.'2G. ' 
ElI'^us, 5. Itjn; bioc:raphical notice 

oi. 3.-.'lii. 
Philij), 2. 213: .served in the Conti- 
nental armv. 2. :.'14. 
Capt. Samuel. 3. 212. 

Mrs. , 2. -12. 

I.Ii^';j;inson, Juhu. purchased land of 
Nicholas Barileit. i. 117; sold the 
same to John Smirli. i. 117. 
St'.'iihen, his daughter married the 
Kev. Ichabod Niciiuls. 5. Ivii. 

. married Dr. Ni.-hoLs. 5. Ivii. 

Hi::h islarxl, 5. •.'.'M. 

'>treet, Bath, 2.L'l'.i; P'^rtlaud. 6. 132. 
Hi^ht. Clcorge, bio;,'raphicul notice 01, 

3- 212. 
Hi^'hways, ordered to be made. i. lO-";; 
laid out, I. 242. 244; to Tlie mill, 
I- 240; iu Bath, 2. 2i'..'; Scar- 



borough presented for n<->t meii.!- 
inir, 3. 7S: the seashtuc u>eil :\'r. 
3. 12^; obliterated in thii ;> \ lars, 
3. KW-1(37; of the Indians. S. ::l."i; 
c)f the sea. 9. 10. 
Iligon, anecdote of his son. i. 304; 
captured and sent to ralmoulh, 
I. 2S>-L'S',t. 
Hill, Daniel. 3. 17S, ISO. 
Isaac. 4. 20. 

Jacob. 2. 121. 122. 12u. 127. 
Japhet. 3. 17S. l.^O. 
JtifHiiali. at the battle of Bunker 

Hill. 2. 13',». 
John, lived at Portsmouth, i. 230n, 
300; married Sarah Bracket t, i. 
230/i, 3u0; signed tlie iicliiion to 
Charles II, i.'402. 
John, committee on the Erench 

Neutrals. 6. 34-. 343. 
Capt. John. 4. l;;--130, 212. 
Ensign John. 3. bj7. 
Clen. John. 9.. ;;4/i. 
the lion. Jolm. 3. 176/i. 
Jonathan, i. 33-i. 

Judge , 2. 2U2. 21s : S. •2<o. 

Mark Lanudou, 2. 210; 4. 7; 5. 415- 

410; 8. 2S4. 
Obadiah. 3. 1^0. 
Peter. i..">41; a member of the Li- 

gonia Assembly, i. 'JO. 
Euger. signed the petition to Crom- 
well. I. 300. 
Samuel. 3. ISO. 
^Iajor Samuel. 2. 140. 
Thomas A.. 6. 41 : 8. 4.'2. 
Valentine, 9. 370. 377. 37'.'. 3"^2. 

of Biddeford. 4. -:'.t3. 

Hiller, Joseph, signed the treaty of 
1713. 6. 2")4; autograph of. 6. 2-j4. 
Joseph jr., signed the treaty of 1717, 
6. 20-; autograph of. 6. i";2. 

niilman. the Kev. , of Livermore, 

4. 34U. 
Ilillsborough. 8. 400. 
county. 2. 144. 140. 
Hilton, Benjamin, of Starks. 4. 312, 
343, 307, 300. 
Benjamin, of Wis<-asset. caiitured 
by Indians. 4. 340; carried to 
Canada. 4. 340; his futlier and 
brother killed, 4. 340. 
Edward, sent to Anicrica by Gor- 
ges and Mas(m, 1. 30; com uu need 
a settlement at Dover. 2. 70/i; pa- 
tent granted to, 9. 30G. 
Elizabeth, 4. 3'.i0. 
Erancis. i. ;i72. 
Jonathan, 4. 3'.*7. 
Joseidi. 4. 3(;7. 
Mehi table. 4. 30'J. 
Susanna. 4. 343. 

William, scut as agent to America, 
I. 30; a grand juryman, i. 371; 
his wife accused of (listurbing the 
peace, 1.372; coiumenced a setiiv- 



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Hilton. Willinm — continuod. 

mont at Dover, 2. TS'a; mentioned. 
9. 3>2. 

I.ieut. , of 'W iscasset. 4. 300. 

, of riseafnqua. 5. '2'^'>. 

nincks, the Rev. Edward Y., 8. 417, 

4-20. 421. 
Ilin'jrliain, Kn^land, i. 40'*. 

Mass., tlie riilppens in. i. llo/i; 
Cade and f'ady a common name 
in, I. 120: home oi Gooru'o Bram- 
hall. I. :;OT-">'iS: home of Samuel 
l.inooln, 1.40'^: home of Abraham 
Jocelyn. 3. 1'S/i : mentioned. 2. 14'): 

3. 217"; 4- -72. o^O: 5. Ixii: 7. 4U7. 
Hinklcv, Capt. John, killed, 2. 21o. 

Miller, killed. 2. 215. 
Thomas. 9. 20. 

Judge. . 6. 72. 101. 

Ilinks, John, si-^ned the petition to 

Ma.ss.. 5. 241). 
Ilinkson. Peter, in the Black Point 

garrison, i. 227/i: 3. >o> 110. 
Hinsdale, 4. 2ti2. 2'>:-3. 2t;4. 

Daniel, agent of the first woolen 

mill, 4. 54, 55, 57. 
the Kev. Eheneser. preached to the 
Indians. 4. 141, 14:1. 

Col. . of Deerfield. 4. 2G2. 2M. 

Madam . of Decriield. 4. 203. 

Hiram, 4. 270; 6. 41. 

Hiroons, 2. 07; see Ilurons. the. 

Hiskett. John, 9. 04. 

Stephen, master of the Blossom. 5. 
130. 
Hisfianiola. Acadians went to, 6. 343;( ; 

mentioned. 9. 13, 57/;. 
Historical Magazine, the. 6. lS2/»; 7. 
4j^U. 4S1; 8. 404. 
Societies formed in various states. 
2. 10a; the lirst in the United 
States. 4. 5. 
works relating to Maine, i. 5. 
History, the beginning of the study 
of, 2. Ga; records not saved. 2. In: 
attempts to preserve the materials 
of, 2. 7i-0(7; societies formed. 2. 
lUa-lla; l)ow to reach a good 
understanding of. 5. 141 /<: the 
object of. 7. 12u: tlie landmarks 
of are not ahvays stiirtling events, 
7. 10.3 ; roinan''e in. 8. 277. 
Hitclicock, D., on tlie Lord"s .Supper, 

4. 337. 

Richard, lived at Saco, i. is."); an 
action brought against, i. 1S5: 
signed tlie petition to Cromwell, 
1. 304. 

Dr. , 5. xviii. 

Widow , forbidden to marry, i. 

Hoar, Samuel. 5. li. 
Hobbowocko, delinition of, 3. 19/i. 
Hobby, Wins, 2. 2lo. 
Hobart. Bishop. 2. 11a. 
Dudley, 2. 210. 



Hobson. Jolin. 2. 1.3'^, 141. 
Capt. , 2. 27. 20. 

Hocamock point. 7. 250- 

lloduibin. 7. 5. 

Ilodue. Dr. Charles. 6. 20. 

MicJKU-l. ]in>l)ably a descendant from 
Piichard Tucker. i.iU;/; exccuiid 
a deed to Piiineas Joues, i. 04/;, 
12s /I. 
yicholas. probably a descendant 
from Pieliard Tucker, i. 04;t. 

nodge<Ion, Joim. died. i. '•>'■]'■). 

Joseph, solil land to James Mariner. 
1.248,313; granted land at Nou- 
sucli point, I. 252; lived on the 
Neck, 1.321; moved to Y'ork, i. 
321. 

Hodirkin, Moses, 2. 212. 
Pliilip, 2. 212. 

nt)dsdon. Gen. Isaac. 8. 77. 

Jer., signed the petition of 1G72 to 
Mass.. 5. 240. 

Hog island, given to Clceves and 
Tucker, i. Or), 150, 543; sold to 
Thomas Kimball, i. 124, 150: re- 
sold to Edward Tyng. i. 124. 15'); 
within the limits of ancient Fal- 
mouth, I. 145; owne<l by Eunice 
"Willard, I. 150; occupied by 
Philip Lewis, i. 150; origin of 
the naine, i. 150?2, 151)!; men- 
tioned, 1.42, 149, 140/i; 2. S5/(: 5. 
442: 9. 315h. 

Ilolbrook. Jesse. 2. 212. 

John, served in the Continental 

arm v. 2. 214. 
Capt. , 7. 14. 

Holden. 2.251, 252. 

, of OtistieM. 4. 350. 

Holderness, the Earl of, 2.77: 8.220. 

Hole, John, signed the petition to 
Charles 11, i. 401. 

Holland, many political treaties 
formed in, i. 403: attempt to 
interest the Entrlisli refugees in 
American colonization. 2. 41: 
coinage of found near Castine. 6. 
122; war with England declared. 

7. 140. 140/1; mentioned. 4. 4: 6. 
331,332; 7. 25, 137, 137;i, 151, 41": 

8. 200. 

. the king of. 8. 40, 47. 4'*. 40, .53. 5S. 
01, 02. 03, 100, 102, 104. 105. 
park, 8. 10; surveyed lamis in IJnn- 
gor, 9. 232, 233; surveyed utl;er 
towns. 9. 233. 

Mr. , 1.3-2. 

Hollanders, the settled on Iluds.'O 
river, 2. 40; benlits thiy derived 
from cohinization. 2. r.o. 
Ilollis, 2. ]3>, 140, 141, 142: 3. 21S; 4- 
104, 243, 270», 27i/i: 7. 222. 
Thomas. 6. 331. 

Hollister, Edward, teacher in Liu- 
Cfjin Academy, 8. 100. 
Ilolmau, John, lived at Casco bay, i- 



INDEX TO COLLF.CTIONS. 



127 



?"•"?! : livod fit Xorth Yannouth 

rsiul rurj>o<>diK'k. i.:V_'l ; witufsscd 

tho siciiatuii' o\ l>r.\iiiliall, i. '>■>'.■>; 

liveil at llolniaii's point. 2. 171; 

nuutioned, 2. 17-'; 4. ooi'. 
Tlioiiias. maniod Jlaimah Turner, 

i.ol."); lived at lu-lioliotli. i. "..M. 
Ilohnan"^ point, now rrinoe's i><>iut. 

2. 171. 
Hohnaiitown. the IJev. Panl Coflin in. 

4. '■'<■])); naiiioil l\>r J (.dm lK>linan, 

4. ;>J'J- 

Ilolnies, Dr. Abiel. letter from .l(din 
Farmer eiteii. 2. l.'.l: hisAnieriean 
Annals eited. 2. ".:.'; 3.0'.'//: 5. 17!^; 
17'.')i, 200/i, I'lo/i. i':i.O, 12S1, l'Sl'h. 
2v2n, '2iH)n: 6. 1 U»;? ; 8. L'.]::; 9. 
oil)!, oil')/; ihis French Protest- 
ants, I. :i77. 

Benjamin. 3. ISO. 

David, killed at Falmouth, i. 20."n. 

Jcdin, 4-7; 5. xxxvii, xlii, xliii, 
xlviii; 6. CGI, olio; autograph of, 
I. oOl. 

Capt John. 4. 211. 

the Uon. .John, corporate member 
of the Maine Historical Society, 
1. 11 ; first representative of ^Maine 
in Con.Ljress, 9. 101'; mentioned, 
4. 5S; 8. lij, o'.'G, 410, 41."); 9. 173. 

Mrs. John, 4. oS. 

Joseph, of Cambridure. purchased 
land of Francis Neale, 1. I'-OO/i ; 
morti^aged the same to Josliua 
Scottow, I. 2oO/(: lived at Casco, 
I. 200/i, ;121. 

Joseph, of Machias. 3. 179, ISO. 

Oliver Wendell. 8. 441. 

Sir Kobert, drove tiie Dutch from 
their conqut-st in Africa, 7. V.i'J. 

Samuel, 3. 1>0. 

Tliomas, had a saw-mill at Quamp- 
liegan, i. 20'.'. 
Holt, James, 4. l'>1. I 

Holtou, Isaac, teacher in Berwick 

Academy, 8. It32. 
Holy Cross Oollege, 6. 20;>. o'>6. o02. 

Cross settlement, Champlain at. 7. 
2-j1; now Neutral or De Monts' 
island, 2.j] ; site of tlie lirst at- 
tempt to settle the coast of Maine, 
7. 2.M. 

r.eague, the, 9. 09. 
Hnn,iuras, bay of, explored, 2. 14'7. 
Honewell, see Hunnc-well. 
Honeywell, Ambrose, signed the pe- 
tition to -Mass., 5. L'4u. 

llichard, in the garrison at Black 
l*<jint, i.227;i; signed tiie petition 
to Mass., 5. 241. 

sc: also llunniwcdl. 
Honiieur, 7. 24ii, :.".);;, .314: 8.323. 
Hiiud, llubin, see liobinhood. 

'i'homas, 8. 470. 
Hook, 4. :Ju-J, 300. 

the, 7. ^:7'j, 'j-ii^ '^iin 



Ilooke. Fr;incis. lived at Snco. 1. 177, 
I'l"); ai'])ointed a justice of iho 
peace, i. 177. l^."): administired 
the estate of Samuel Mavi.rick. i. 
1^2;!; lived at Kittery. i. ]<.".; 
treasurer. i.2(i."): ludd ;v court at 
Wells. I. i'im: abusetl by Joseph 
■Winiiiuk. I. ;;7."); couneelor. i. 
370. 3>1 ; ni.ii:istrate for ."<a. o. 2. 
lio": mentioned. 3. ■)>^, l."7: 9. .".70. 
William, an assoeiate. i. 4<'i: e<'un- 
selor. I. 73».bS. .■:04; 5.214: home 
of. i.S>/(; married Eleaiu>r Nor- 
ton. 2. ."jO: witnessed the delivery 
of the grant to. Sliurt. 5. I'U"; 
sued by (iodfrey. 9. oU'j;, ; men- 
tinned. 9. 314;(, 317. 
Ahlerm.ui , 9. 314. 

Hooker, the Itev. John. 4. 202. 

Hooper, the Bev. William, 4. 303,338; 
7. 222. -J-Jo. 

the Bev. , of Boston, 6. 192. 

. orator at Harvard College, 4. 

20s. 
Squire , 5. xxiv. 

Hiiosack. definition of, 4. ll.'>. 

Hoosaruunuk. a poem by the Kev. 
AVilliam Allen. 5. xlvii. 

Hope, 4. 327h; 9. :si. 

the. at Townsiiend. 6. 102. 

Hopehood, attacked Salmon Falls, i. 
297: cai)tured and sent to Fal- 
mouth. I. 2>S>-L'S9. 

Hopewell, the, commanded by Law- 
rence Since. 5. I'M. 

Hopkins. James D., 5. xxv, x:.:dv, 
xxxix. 

Hopkin^ians, tlie. 4. 310. 342. 34^. 30S, 
399. 401; sec Hojikiutonians. 

Hopkinson. Lieut. John. 4. l'4.j. 275, 
-'s4. 2>'.i, 2'JO; 5. xlviii. 

Hopkinton, 5. xxiii. 

Hopkiutonians, 2. 2l'3, 225, 220; see 
HoT>kinsians. 

Hops, abundant. 3. 305. 307. 

Horkett, 'William, signed the petitiou 
to Cromwell, i. o'Jo. 

Horkridge. Abel, si>4ned tlio petition 
to Mass.. 5. 241.' 

Horman, Bhili]., lived at Fahnouth. i*. 
320. 

Hornby, Capt. James, married Mary 
Munjoy, I. 250. 

H'jrne, John. i. 504. 

Horney J'ond Brook. 4. 2S9. 

Horuibroke, John, aiiidavit of, 5. 02- 
03. 

Horse Beef falls. 2. 14S. 
block, use of, 2. 1S5-1SG. 
neck. 2. 145. 

UorsesliDC-crab shells, used in culti- 
vating maize. 7. i^Ol. 
tails, used to tijj arrows, 3. 99. 

Hosa-.k. Dr. . 2. 11./. 

Hot spiing near Jocelyn'b house, 3. 
b7-05. 



128 



MAINE iiiSTorjCAL >ocii:ty. 



llouizli. T)r. F'ranklin V,.. disoovoreil 
tho rojnaqiiid rapiTs. 5. l.wi his 
O'lititni ol tlio >anu>. 5. 1-1.".S; 
roinaquiil ami Its Ilelation to Our 
Colonial History. 7. 1l;T-1G4. 
Ilonuhtun. 2. 'JO'J. 
Levi, 2. 1'04. 
Lord. 6. :V-U. 

N. B., 8. oK 40. 41. 4:'!. 7S: 9. 171. 
Hounds, used in si'entin-j; Indians, 8. 

ITouuslow, Edward, in the lilack Point 

garrison, i. L'l'T/t; 3. 110. 
Houper, — — , 9. •')•") 1. 
House islanii. witliin the ancient lim- 
its of Falmouth, i. 14."): early used 
by tishernien. i. l-M: one quarter 
owned by Ji>hn lirenie. i. l.'Jl; 
Simpson Penloy had aright on. r. 
151 ; Georire Munjoy purchased an 
interest in. i. l.")l: Munjoy's heirs 
iu)W luild it. I. l.")l: still used for 
fishing stages, i. l.")l;!; part of 
owned by the United .States, i. 
IoIh; given to Mary Muni«)y. i. 
2.">.j; formerly Munjoy's island, i. 
2'2')n, 2-jT; mentioned, i. 42. 14'.', 
149?!; 2. Son. 
Houses built to preserve tlie arclu- 
tecture of the garris(tn houses. 8. 
279. 
Housing, Peter, married Sarali Cloyes, 
I. Uj6; gave bonds for Julian 
Cloyes, I. ISO: killed, i. 190;i: his 
proi>erty. i. V.ny,,: part of his es- 
tate sold by his widow, i. 190/i, 
244h; lived'at Falmouth, i. 21.";; 
his petition cited, i. ;J10;(: his 
mother sold land to .John (Justin, 
I. 310; connected by marriage 
^vith John Cioice. i. :iio; lived at 
Presumpscot, i. .'120. 

Peter jr., petitioned to Gov. An- 
" dross, I. 100«. 

Sarah.gave evidence against Thomas 
Cloyes and Abigail Williams, i. 
ISO; mention-jd. i. 190(i. 
Houssatonnoc. 4. li''*. 14:^. 
Houssatonnocs. the. 4. 12:1, 127, 103, 

137, 142. 
Houston, George .Smith, 5. xxxvii. 

Samuel, 4. 324. 

Sarah, daughter of Samuel 4. 324. 

Sarah, wife of .Samuel, 4. 324. 
Hovey, the Kev. Isaac. 4. 270; 7. 219. 

, of Falmouth, 3. lOU/i. 

Howard, Anne, married Edmund 
Gorges, 2. G'5a. 

Asaph, 2. 123, 124. 

iJrothers, tlie. 8. L'7.'5>i. 

family, settk-d in Warren. 6. 21. 

Capt. James, in command at Fort 
'Winslbw, I. ."'>:!«; 8. 2S3, 2>^3/(; 
became a judu'c. 8. 2'^3n; men- 
tioned, 5. 417; 7. 1^4, 2sT; 8. 421, 
474. 



John, his daughter married .'-ir 
Edward (Jorgi's. i. \(x>: 2.ui'>a. 

Jost'i>h. a lawvi-r in bimrri' k. i. ;;•_';'/,. 

Juiige .Io-;cj>h. 4. lO'.i. •^~:.. :j<:;; on 
the (U'liniiion of Indian terms. 4. 
109, 1 10. 111-117. 

X. G.. tfiirlur in FarminLTton Acrnl- 
emy. 8. 171. 

Piobi.rt. not, II y imblic, i. IlO/j: aut'j- 
gra]>h of. 1. 1:^7. 

Capt. Samuel, married S >.:ah Li'];- 
gow. 5.41s, 421, 423: 8. -7-. •.'^.;;.. 
2S7; in command at Fort ^VL'steI■Il. 
5.3G0H.3t)S; his hosi)it.i'.;:y. 7.41.'.: 
a coasting captain. 8. i;--'..!: of the 
lirm of S. iV: W. Huwi-.rd. 8. 2S3,.; 
mentioned. 4. 2S3/i. 

S. it W., traders at Fort V."o5tern, 8. 
283/1. 

Sarah, mairied Thomas Cowman. 
5. 422-423. 

^^ illiam. 4. 2S3;(, 

Lieut. William, at Fort Halifax. 8. 
278; went on an erraii 1 to Gov. 
Pownell. 8. 2<3/i; son of Ca]>t. 
James. 8. 283/i; brother of Capt. 
Samtiel, 8. 2s3ir. one of the lirm 
of S. et W. Howard. 8. 2>3/i; in 
the geueral court. 8. 2sb(: in t!u' 
IJagatlure exi)editiou, 8. 2.Sb(; 
died, 8. 2s;b(. 

Wilson, 4. 283/(. 

, of Canaan. 4. 370. 

. of Sebasticook. 4. .3-"2. 

Ilowrhins. Cliristian, signe'l the peti- 
tion to Charles 11, i. 401. 
Howe, John. 9. ■'>. 

Gen. Sir William, i. .j21: 3. 107. 

Capt. , sent to join C^d. Xoble. 

8. 12^^; wounded. 8. 141. 14"^. 14'': 
treacherously killed. 8. 14'): men- 
tioned, 8. 133. 130, 137. 110. 143. 
Howell, David, 2. 202; 4. 233: 8. 12. 

John, in the lllack Point garrison. 
I. 227/1 : 3. 110; purelr.ised the 
Shaw estate. 3. 2(); lived at Black 
Point, 3. S3, 119. 

Morgan, liis will proverb i. OO, ; 
lived at Cape Porpus. i. l<>')n. i^'-', 
submitted to the juri- liitiou ■•: 
Mass.. I. 100;i; an acti":i brough: 
against, i. 1>."j; apptnnred to st.:- 
tle the dispute about a ijoundai >' 
line. 1.301; a grand jiryman. i. 
371; signed the petition t.j Cror.i- 
well, i.30."j: mentioned, i. 99. 
Ilousatonick mountain, 4. :.".'.4. 
Hubbard, Dudlev, 5. xxiv; 5.304; S. 
414. 

James 2. 119. 

Jeremiali, i. 3."2/!; prt-achcd at 



Wells. I. 340: his salary. 

Account of Wells, i. 33'>301. 
the Rev. Jolin, 4. 2t!3. 
Capt. Jonas, i. .jOO, o2'j. 
Xullian, 4. -jij. 



;140 



INDEX TO coi.r.r.rTiox5 



"I^OO 



Tliomns. 2. iJi'^T: 4. l'-'^. 

^Villi:^m, an oriiiiinl anHiority. 5. 
iv!; (U'feot? in liis hi-tiMV, 5. 1>.;; 
his nKip ol' Xow l]ncl,uul liist lii- 
^M:i.vfd. 5. 2t'>l)!: l\ni-.iqaiil on liis 
in.ip, 5. •ytln: liis History of Xow ' 
England citi'ii. i. ;'.'>. i'.'.M 1, •_':;■): 

3. :;:>n, (MH. I'U. 107. n 1. iii'. 1 '.","; 

5. i.:.o.!. Vuu. I'V.'. 17;. 1-;;. i'.'7. 

l'.i<s, li-y. i^n-i. -..,;. -^-n, -i-v. o;;4_ 
'2-\'>. 2:;<.">. -4S, i''>-_'. •_'")L')(. ■)[Oii. .y'>\: 

6. I'Cl; 7. -l•"^ '.">. '.'•'/'. UT. 1<»0. ;;i):,. 
oVK olOjf. Mi:'.. 01(>; his Imliau 
wars citO(L 3. 1>.(. 

ihf Ih'V. Wiiii lui. 9. L'4. 

. speak.T of tiiL- House, 8. i'lT). 

llii.l.ilostone. I. .">ii4. 
Hadibras, tlu\ an incident takfn from 
an occurence in Weston" s colony, 
2. 4tV(// : cited. 7. 4"»1. 
Hudson Charles, 8. 74. } 

Jane. 4. :!1T. ; 

Polly, 4. 017. 

river, the, tlie destinitii>n of the 
PilLcrinis, i.:>]; 8. I'Ot). I'oi ; o<-ea- 
)iied by the Hollanders. 2. 4i), 07; 
boundary of Lord Sheffield" s pa- 
tent, 2. -34; value of The trade at, 
2. G^n: mentioni'd, i. :;:', .02S. ■'Oo; 
4. 1 14. 2i'0, 2S.J : 5. :j^4 ; 7. 15.J, lOU/i ; 
9. :]4(i. 
Sally, 5. xxix. 
Siuuuel, 4. 0I7.' 

Timothy, vi^irrd by Paul Coffin. 4. 
olf., :;50. ••J7i': early settler of 
Winslow, 4. ol7; his children 
baptized. 4. ;]17. 
Hudson's bay. diseovercd by Sebas- 
tian Cabot, 2. 15a; the country 
near called Terra Corterealis, 2. 
I'ja; mentioned. 4.1*7; 6.272; the 
Indians of and tiieir language, 5. 
2(;.j-272. 
Ray Company, 6. 207. 
Hues, Philip, signed the petition to 

Charh's 11, i. 4u2. 
Hug^ins, TuUy. 3. l'12. 
Hughes, a corruption of Ap Iluglies, 
6. 7. 
Kdmuiid. 2. 104. 
Huguenot Church in Boston. 6. ;>S4. 
Huguenots, at Falmouth, i. 270; at 
Salem, i. 277/t; settled at St. 
Croix, 6. 17")/! ; their form of 
worship, 6. 17'!/(; witli Du Monts, 



I p.iniit .lesuits 

■_'L': not lik..(l by 

L-\eluiled from 

J; menti<;iied, 9. 



8. .•i20: refu-j 

in their ship. 

tlic kings. 9. 

• •oloniziuir, 9 

1"1, lU.-,. ^ 
Hull, 2. 14."., ]>7-, 9. -IQ. 
Klder Klias. 7. 2-7. 
l><aac, of Kittery, 7. 22:^ 
Is.iric, messengi-r of Arnold, i. 47S 
Juliji, g. 0, -J'}, 'j'j-] his v,ido\v inar 



9 



tied Sir William Pl.iips, 2. 2;"'.0; 
9. 0. 
.loim, diarv of eitetl. g. ;-i-'4 *. :"'.:V2)i 
Airs. John, marriid Sir V\ iUiaui 

I'hipp.s, 2. 2:'>0; 9. Oi. 
Joseph.. \v:rne>sed the (U'cd of 

C.u-ues to Wheelwriirlit. 1. -14. 
the Pev. Jo-fi)h. disliked, by Mn;-< . 
0. :]!">. ;''.l.">,i; livid at tlie 1-ies uf 
Sho il>. 9. ;'.l.>/(; siuhI by (iouirey, 
9. :'. b"i//, '■',',''>. 
I'hineas, i. Jii^: 3. 2:]j. 

Eldt-r , 4. .;7.-.. 

llunibohlt. Alexiudir Von. G. 410. 

1> irou Williaui \'<u>. 5. 'j''^. 
Hume, David. hi>; Hi>;ory of Pngland 

eitfd, 4. ;io; 5. I'l'.u/;. 
Hiimfrey, John, utter from Sir Fer- 

diuando Gorges, i. ."i44— "i4."). 
Humphreys, Catherine. 4. :;o'.<. 
Elizabeth McCliuioek, 4. :io;>. 
Jane, 4. :Uin, 
John. 2. ')2, .■)7a. 
Lieut. John. i. "jOO, 50l/(, .J24. 
Jr.^epli. 4. ;'.U'.'. 
3IoseS. 2. Hit. 
Kouert, 2. 2tii>, 204. 
Sam, an Indian. 6. 201. 
Cen. , 5. •■;2:;. 

the Willow — , 4. non. 

Hundred A^sociate<. the. 9. 100. 

of Axstane, 9. L".t7/(. 
Hungarian lanuuauc, the. 9. 200/'. 
Ilurm'er. a remedy for. 3. :>':. 
Hunuerford. Sir Edmund. 7. 12'.', o 
Ilunlcing. M;irk, 3. :;02. 
Iluuueuell. Aiiibrose, 2. I'.'-'l: 5. '2'y,:., 
240. 
Pavnabas, 8. 52. 
family, 3. 212, I'lO. 
John, taken prisoner, 3. 15l. 
Josiah, 3, 17:1. 
! Eicliard, to be remunerated for 
I maintainiuLC IMehard .Mo>:e. 3. 

' 7S; a trustee of Scarboro igh. 3. 

; 12'.>, 2:1:-!; his tax of ]■;<]. 3. i:;o: 

in ehame of Piack Polui, 3. 1:17; 
a bitter enruny of the ludi ms. 3. 
i 144; called the Indian kilh-r. 3. 

\ 145; cause of his hatred.. 3. liii: 

I encounters witii Indians. 3. !4'i- 

i 147: feared by the Imli.m^,, 3. 1 IT; 

killed, 3. 14S; mentioned. 3. i ill, 
! 17.). 212. 

Rogeu-. death of, 3. 21:1. 
Poger jr.. %vi>un<ied at the capture 
• of Louisburgh, 3. 172./, "il:>. 

Hunueweir.s jxiiut, I/idian n.uue of, •. 
2'.'/(; .sit(; of Pojiham s ooiony. i. 
I 20/t; 5. :l-10; nieulioneil, -y. l'-!-'>; 5. 

j ;152. 

} lIun-co7ub, Tho., siunied the pe-Mte-u 
to Charles 11, I. 401. 

' Hunt, , an evil g>nius. 5. 253. 

Capt. Thomas, kidn ipp--d iv.-.titv 
1 Indians, 2. V/o, 7. :;10. eajiied 



130 



MAINE llI>TOr.lCAL .SOCIETY 



Hunt. Capt. Tliruiias — continucil. 

tliom to Mnliiro. 7. L'l"; atttini>ti.'(l 
to thwart ('ajit. Joliu Mnitli. 7. 

Col. F. E.. 8. l-n. 120a. 

Dr. . 2. -M. 

Georiro, si;_^iKMl the tiva^y of 1710. 

6. 2."»'.">: auroL'raph of. 6. SA'. 
Mrs. F. ]•:.. 8. ii-'ti. 
Iluiiti-r, (.apt. .V.lani. 7. I^l'. 1^;". 1>4. 
I'.t:'.: 8. L'.")l. 1'.")!'. :.'•")■"'. -J.^iix, l'.")T. 
the Hon. K. M. T.. 9. .Ml. 

. of Farniiiititoii. 4. .M'.'. 

the sloop, {ircvcuti'il AinnliTs rros- 
siiig tlie river, i. ■I>.;, 4^!, ."ilT: 
number of men on buar<i. i. 4>s; 
(•pi>o.-ito Cape Kouire. i. 4'."-_'. 4'.';;. 
4U~, : lier suppos;c'il de.-itinaliou. i. 
4'.tL'-4'.'.J ; at Ca]>e .Sante. i. 4'.iL'; 
4',>7; returned to Queboo, i. 4''T, 
burned, 7. 1 -'»'>. 
Hunters, the, 4. :3';4. 
Huiitins. Capt.. i. 22<'). 
Huntin)j;ton, .Iudi:e . of Connecti- 
cut. 7. 4.)T. 
Hunton. Guv. Jonathan G., 7. 22'.i; 8. 

415, oM. ;);'4. 

Jluntwith, 2. 77". 

Hurl Gates, in .Sheepseott river. 6. olO. 

Hurons, the, their l.in^uaue dissimihir 
from other nations, i. 4i:'./;: as 
traders. 2. >'~,: relation t<i the Del- 
awares. 6. -il: ^iniihir to tlie Al.)- 
naki; 6. 217: had lixed vilhiLfes. 6. 
2\^; mentioned. 4. ^'7: 6. 212. 

Hurts, abundant, 3. :i'.>.3. -^''-J: 5. l-'^S: 
same as wortleiierries. 3. 2'.i;)//. 

Huse. the Rev. Jonatlian, 4. ;;_<'>, .■;27, 

32.S, ;)2i', ;];;o. ;Jo4. 
Hussey, Steplien, claimed land at 
bheepscot. 2. 2;]t). 

, of Bucklield. 4. Omi. 

Husted. the Kev. Joiin U.. preached 

in Bath, 2. 228. 
Huston, a Scotcli-Irish name. 6. 19. 
Hutcliioi:s, Charles. 9. ]:>'.>. 
in the war of ISli'. 9. If,:.'. 
Lieut, \athaniel. i. .".olw. 
William, the la<t Kevolntionary 
pensioner in New En^^land. 9. ]'>'.>. 
104: father of. 9. 1.7.': birth of. 9. 
15U; moved to Penobscot. 9. lh\>, 
101; comi)elled to assist the 
Britisii, 9. 100: tied to Xe\v Ca.-tle. 
9. 100; entered the army, 9. If.n 



the 



mustered out but re-enlist( 
10t>-101: pension j^ranted t< 
101; a methodist, 9. 101-102: 
occupation. 9. 101: linn i<>i 
North in the l;ebollii>n. 9. l';2: ;tn 
ovation to in ljan;,M)r. 9. lcr_'-l'iO: 
retained his mental faculties. 9. 
10;i; death of. 9. ].'>'.*, 100: funeral 
of, 9. 100: remarks upon. 9. I'i.;- 
lO.j; Memoir of by .Joseph Wil- 
liumstjn, 9. 1.J7-10.J; mentioned, 
6. l-'O. 



HiitchinsoTi. Ann, si<toi' of .Toh-; 

Wheehvriuht, i.-Otl: wife of \Vi:. 

liam, i.041/(: lur m.iiden nan;.'. 

041/i; went to i;luu!e Island, :- 

041/,. 
Kdward, son of San-.uel, r. .Ml,.; 

went to Knudaii'l. i. ".42//. 
Ed\v:ud, smi of \Virii.uu. bind .nt 

Wells ^^anted to. i. :;ji'-:;41. O.Vj; 

a relalive of .Vnn. i. ;".41. ■'•■[ ! / : lij> 

father, i.042*i; d.ite id" his i>iitli. 

I. 042/1; a .si)eoulator, i. :;i2.f; 

prominent in the ai";airs of M;i>v . 

i.:!42ii : his name n^t on the n-urU 

of \Vells, I. 0->.".: death of, i..OtL',/ 
Eliakim. 4. 228; 8. i''>4: 9. i;>. 
Elisha. speaker of tiie Mass. a<-;e:n. 

bly. I. •_'i'.0/(. 207: married. 4. 4!i. 
Capt. ]:iisha, threateiieil t!:e >.-t- 

tlers of New Dartmouth. 5. '.'7-'.'*; 

claimed land at I'cm iqniii. 5. •_"'■}. 
Mary, married the Rev. John \\ heel- 

wri.uht. I. 041/!. 
Richard, son of .Susannah, i.041;i: 

went to Ent^land. i. ;'.42/(. 
Samuel, son of .Sus.innali. i. 041/i: a 

scholar in Boston, i. :\4'2n. 
Susannah, came to J" 'Ston. i.:M!/i: 

lier children, i. 041/-: <iied in 

AVells. i.:]42/i. 
Col. Thomas, one of th.e Pejepscot 

proj/rietors, 3. Oi'l ; in the expe- 
dition of 1707, a'.:ain-t I'ort Royal. 

7. 77: mentioned. C. lo. 
Gov. Thomas, a urainlson of Elisha. 

4. 411: his house s-.icked, 5. Iviii: 
mentioned. 4. 14'>. I4'<it. 14"^. 14'.'. 
1.:.0. l.')4)i. 1').'). 1.'7, lOl.' Ih4. 10-;: 

5. O'^O; 7. 210; Lis Collection of 
Papers rclatiiiLf to Mass. Bay '""ol- 
onv cited, i. '.>.'.. 174. l-o, ]>:.'. -j'Jl. 
20.0, 21»0; 3. 11/i. I.'jO. 2-4 /i. 2-.'>. 
2s0(t: 4. 220; 5. u---//, •-'02, 2.'<"/', 
2.51/i, 2."i0/), 204/1, •_''■..'/(, 2ii7/i, 20S)i; 
7. oon: 9. 020/i. 0"_'7i/. OOo// : his 
History of the Province of Ma— 
cited. *i. 27, 2S, 0.". 4!'. 7-, 7'.', '.'-. 
221, 220, :.'S7; 2. bO.". If-: 3. OO/i. 
().^//, 2."/i)//: 5. l-f./,. I'.'o,,, 22U/(. 
2'j('>ii, 200//,, 20'.ift. 27.'//. L'7-//. 2^1 /i. 
2S2/i, 2s:j/t, 2S.>. 2-f.//. 2>'.'/!. 2'.'i)i, 
2'.i."j?i, 2110/!, 2'.".>/i: 6.112//: 7.2".'. 
2'.0(, 40/i, 01?), 00/1. t<<ii, ~,'>n, "'"'/i. 
78/i, 8."//, 8()/i, 14.J//: 8. It'L'/i, 0"2; 
9. 0. 00, OS, 48. .'/O. 'A. 'joii. 

William, son of San>uel, i. -041 /i: 
caine to Boston. i.041/i; married 
Ann Marl)erry, i.04]/!; a niatris- 
trate, 1.042/).; ileath of. i. 042;i; 
his son. I. 042/). 

Judixe , sent a Pine Tree 8101- 

lin- to En^'huxl. 6. 1 H'. 

the Rev. , 4. 0-.:,, :>-S. 

the Rev. , of Dover. 6. 28(5. 

Hyde, Anne, mairied James, D'ik" 
of York, 7. 14:;: h. r tw.. dau-h- 
ter.s became queeu.-, 7. 1 iO. 



INDEX TO COLLF.CTTOXS;. 



131 



Sir Eihvard, bio^inpliioal notioe of, 

7. 141/). ' I 

L.iurenef. 7. 141 ». I 

Zinn, 2. 'J"."), 21:^; dt-ath of. 6. 000. | 

QuartoiiiiastLT , i. .">0(.). 1 

liylor's oovo. 6. ;M0. j 

llyppoorase, tlu- tax" of in l'')74. 5. i-'^^; 
iK-ar Booth Bay, 5. -JoOii. 

Ire ira.lo, 7. 414. ' 

llliimis, 4. l-'); 5. -Vl'in; 6. ij4, 7. -juO. 

Indians. 6. "JIT. I 

ILslfV Ihniy, I. 118. 

Caj)!. Isaac. 4. 1^4:'.; to build Fort | 
AVostorn. 7. I'.M'.-l'.fT: 8. 2ili)i; 1 
waiios (if, 8. '22i>n ; article of ap-eo- j 
nient, 8. 22<i«; as a scout, 8. 2-2Cui\ 
at tlie sei;;e of Louisl>urL;li, 8. 
L'-JOx; death of, 8. I'l'ti/i. 
Immi^ratidU to Falmouth, i. 'JT'I; of 
the Scotch-Irish to Xcw Enuiand, ! 
6. i-;:!7. 
Imperial Post, the, extracts from. 6. 

:325, C:U. 
Inauyural address of William Willis, 

5. xvii-lxviii. 

ludejiendence, war for. 4. 2.'0: acts 

that led to it. 7. lo2; .sec War of 

the Revolution. 

Indeiieiidency, date of its origin, 6.24. 

ludeiiendents, not favorable to Epis- 

cojjacy, 6. 27. 
India, .Sebastian Cabot's proposed 

route to. 2. 14a. 
Indiana, 8. so. 

Indian allairs, council minutes con- 
ceruin.:^, 6. 9 !-',>:]. 
conference of 17o2. 8. 211a. 
corn, ace corn and maize, 
deeds to F. Small, i. US: ])revailed 
over those <;iven by the Duke of 
York, 2. ■2-','>\ interfered with 
those of the Kenneliec Purchase 
and Waldo Patent. 2. 2:;7. 
grammar, 4. '.»fj; s''p Eliot, .lohn. 
killer, a nickname of Kicliard llun- 

newell, 3. 14.j. 
life, fascination for it. 7. li:]. 
pensioners, 8. 211/i. 
Indians, refused to ad<ipt the manners 
of civilization, i. ^: bei'ame de- 
based, 1. S; interest taken in all 
that lelates to their character, i. 
8-'.); their Jiostilities fatal to the 
records, i. DS; the names which 
they L(ave to the territory pre- 
vailed over those fiiven by tlie 
colonists, I. ()'>n; 2. :]'>a; 9. 21-); 
their name for the pii.'sent state 
of Maine, i. 17'(: the names triven 
by them generally significant. 3. 
Sl2; dress of, 2. lifl; 7. bJo, bJo/i; 
their manners a7>d customs, i. 211 ; 
7. .■J42, ;]4:j; not to be trusted. 2. 
2;>'.i; superstitions. 5. 175; 7. l'.">s; 
had some show uf religion, i. --'J; 



2. 94. 9.-,: 3. O.'.. 9^;!. 99((: 7. :'I2; 
their intercourse witii tli.; «ath- 
olic priests. 1.229: 2. I'.i''.; 6. I'.U; 
8.27(); firm to Cath<lli(•i■^^l. i.4it'.; 
8. 14:{-144: favuid by ilie French, 
2.(12; 5. 17"': the result oi tlie 
Catlinlic and i'roii'stant inllu«n''e, 
1. 41t;; 2. 14S; French inliueuce 
over, I. 2s7, •_'s7,.. -J^s^ 4:;i_ y'A\, 
44 1-442: 2. ir.s, -^i^: 3. i:J4-b;"), 
I.jU, l.'.l. I.'t2. lti'.'-17n: 4. 14. 7:], 
74, l.")2: 5. 141. 17".. 17ii. 242, 2.".o, 
2(i7, 2S1. -'.H\: 6. 2:^w: 7. i.",. r,.;, si, 
82, 8;J, llti: 8. 144, ■_':>>>; g. 42: the 
ability of tlie French to enter 
their mode of life. 1.404: courted 
by Jesuits, i. 4:)1, 4:].")-4:;0; 5. 17-'i, 
nC, 242, 27>, 2S4 : 6. 2:'.r.: 7. 4.'>, .78, 
82; similarity and dissimilarity 
among, i.4l;;;(; better than their 
French teachers, 5. 17">, 242; de- 
bauched by Jesuits, 5. 242; used 
belts as tokens, i. 42.'): Kale lived 
Avith them, i. 442: called canni- 
bals. 2. :;2a; mode of their buiial 
of the dead, 2. 1(;7; 3. 9.7-'.)(i, lOOn: 
5. 188»/-is:t/t; had but little learn- 
ing, 3. 90; those of Maine and 
Massachusetts eomi>ared. 2. 271: 
their idea of landed propertv. 2. 
272-27:3, 5. 19;1; 9. 79: deeds from 
made void. 2. 27); described by 
Jocelyn. 3. 9:1-94 ; described by 
Champlain. 3. 9'': descrilied by 
S:nith, 6. i::12; knie-hted. 3. 99'; 
names of smne in Scarborougli, 
3. lul ; supposed to be natural 
swimmers, 3. lo:!; lUnd footed. 3. 
1U9; good miirksmen. 5. 242; 
those who met rolumbus com- 
pared to tliose who met Gosnold, 
5. 14;;; whites married among, 7. 
40; how their lands were acipiired, 
5. I()S-l(;'.i. 19;]; the worst portion 
of their history charged to the 
English and French, 5. 1:14 ; the 
I'ilgrims dealt fairly witli tliem. 5. 
19^; sold into slavei-y, 5. 2-71: 7. 
211; value of their trails. 5. :;■_'.'). 
ojt'jii; extent of their trails, 5. :;-_'7. 
:i29; the Kennebec their highway. 
7. 21.7; the tribes of, counted 
larger than they were, 6. 2o9; 
really only live nations in Vew 
En;,dand and Acadia, 6. ull: <!e- 
grees of relationship among. 6. 
217; early intercourse wi'li limit- 
ed to trade, 6. 2:11; tauL'^iit at 
Jjoston, 6, 2"<i); at Martha's \'ine- 
yanl, 5. i"^s; taught by t lie French 
toesta'blish jjermanent villages, 7. 
22; their names c<Mifused by the 
e:irly whites, 7. lO'i; gunst:sed by, 
7. 11.']; 8. 2^.7; division of time. 7. 
.■]4 l-;_14'.i: ])<>ssil)Iy knew the ear! ii's 
movements, 7. u4;,l; had oOJno 



132 



maim: HISTOrJCAL SOCIETY 



ludinns — continued. 

knowlciluo of astroniMiiy. 7. .1-1:1; 
tl'.cir uliM'ivaiions di^iu-ndi'il oil 
the ninon. 7. ;'.44-:'.4(): sonsuns and 
months, 7. :)44-:;}."); dnv.s ;uul 
ui'c-k<, 7. :;4T-'">4S: always on i.\«cid 
torins with tin- Aoaiii ins. 8. 1!:", 
144; only U'l'i ihiir naiiu'S ln'iiind. 
9. 21^;; (idvoinnr l.incoiirs w- 
niarks nimn. i. 4'>4. 40.".. lor,; /,,■,.- 
gnmji; of. itni.uks ujion tin if lan- 
jrua^io, I. 41i;-42T; a.'.'T: 4. '.is; 6. 
2l'l'; lioantios of, i. 41-";: used 
liifid^lypldcs. I. A'l'i: 7. :'.'.'■_'-;'.'/•;: 
chan.u'es uf. i. 4li',-4i:T : oiilirnhits 
in tlie study 01'. 4. ':•:>. ; i); ;iid> in 
till' stt'.dy of, 4. W: c-iasscd iiinlcr 
four faniili'.'s, 4.;iT: the Lord's 
Prayer in. 5. 4::T-4i'-^: i;ot in its 
infancy. 6. u':.':: : Instm-i/ of, aston- 
ished at the .sii;ht of a shij'. 7. 
lol J-")-'!//; early trade \vitl!. 2.->'t; 
3. 10; 5. lOS:' 6. •JU'^. l';;i ; 7. ;L'!); 

(1005) shown in France. 5. 1T>: li">o.J, 
ki(lnap]>ed and eanied to Eu- 
rope. I. lo'.i; 2. IT. L'L'a, T-": 3. L".t7, 
301 : 5.144.1 44//. 1 :>!. .'M'.'. :;.■.< 1 : 6.:; 1 4 ; 
7. lo4, 2o'.(, L'lo. L".-f:]; at tlie i-elii;'- 
ious wor.slnp of Weymouth. 6. IT-"), 
1T5h, ITT/K eould speak Ku'^iisli 
Avords, 7. 1:54;); t;iven to (ioii;t,-s. 
2. 2i'(7 ; 5. I.jT: in Gorges' family. 
2. '^Ui-o-^a: .tlieir rejM.ris of the 
country inlluenced (Toriies. 2. 
22u-2;Jo; assisted Gor^, >. 2.;;;;./; 
returned on the ship with Glial- 
longe, 2. 2o(;/; aecompanied (lil- 
liert to America, 2. "Js'/; tiaded 
Avith the expedition sent oi;t hy 
the Plymouth Company. 2. 'Jxi: 
5. lOS; liostile to the early colo- 
nists, 2. Ola; 5. 1('>4-1U-'J: asijuides, 
2. ol«-o_'a : distrusteil. 3. "-".'T, -'J>^: 
visited t!ie colonists at S:d)incj, 3. 
301; 7. :>)1: visited Sa^adaiioe. 3. 
302, 30:1 : 6. ITT; 7. ^iol ; t:ave 
Cliam])lain an account of tiie St. 
Lawreme, 7. 2-"'.', 'Ji'. ): did not 
live on tlie coast. 7. i'.",;!. l'*'-"]; 

(1G07) attended ])reachini!: at Sa'^ada- 

(1014) hoc, liJOT, 6. ITT; caj'tured, 
1014, and sold into slaverv. 2. 

(1G21) lOS; tratlic, 1021. with t!ie' Pil- 
grims, 7. 30; 8. -JOl. L'0-_': <lis- 
couraued Levett fiom making 

(1G23) settlements. lt;-.'3. 2. 4>-<i-V.'a. 
50a; visited Casco Pay, 2. 4',ta; 
traded at Pemacjuid, 5. IGS; 

(1G2."J) sold land. l(;i.>.->, lo Jolm lirown. 
9. 122. lL'3: Pa^nall. ic,-_'s. trad- 
ed \\ifh, I. I')]; aminnniiion 

(1G3G) sold to. 7.:;i: 1(530, tliuse j^uilty 

of annosiii^- the Kn;:lisli to In; 

killed, I. ^4-s.-^; 3. ;;7; to rcci-ive 

jiay foi- iiijury done tliem Ijy tiie 

(1G40) Pii-liili, I. to; 1040, conveyed 



land to the settlers of Wells, i. 
1. ."Mfl. 3.">7. 3.'i!i; ;i noted ciiief 

(1041) at Wells, 1.340: P',11, owned ;is 
slaves l»y Gov. Wint liri»p. 7. ifll ; 

(1042) em!eavo"red to dissuade Field. 
PM2. in his journey to the 
White .Mountains. 9. I'oO; name 

(10.">T->) oi iho>c li\ iicj; near tlie nuuui- 
taiiis. 9. 212 ; Kl.'iT. the earliest 
deed from. i. 11^: ]i;:,s. hrd 
cleared land on ilii' Amnion ci.ij;- 
gen river, i. 110; sold Jeweirs 
island to Donnell. i. 14>; .Kilin 
no.")ii) Hrock sent in li5.'.;i, to jireach 
(lOGO') amonu', 9. ;;i.'T: deed to George 
Miinjoy, ItH'ii, i..j.">:!; forhoiling 
(10T4) of war. ICTl. 5. i'-"»i): causes as- 
signed f(U- the war. 5. ■_'.")! ; trade 
Avith at I'Linatinid lestricted. 8. 
ISt;; assiste<l by the Freneli. 5. 
(lOT.")) 242, 2'il: atteinitt to disarm 
them. I. 210; lirst Mood slicd. 
I. 211; all restraint removed, i. 
211-212; lirst visitati.-n of their 
revenge i. 212; war begun on the 
Kennebec, I. L'23-2"J4 : 3. lo;); 
killed Wakeley, i.2lL'; witiidrew 
to a distant jdace, i.214; altaeked 
Saco but driven awa.v, i. I'l;'.; 3. 
104: at Black Point. 'i. 213. ui";. 
220; 3. TS, 104. lot;. ]0S. llo-lll; 
raid on Scarborough, i. 213; raid 
on Falmouth, 1.214; 6. 140, 14T; 
caused the death of Kdward 
Iluichinsoii, I. :;42: broke up the 
settlement at .s]icep>eot. 2. :.31: 
attacked Phillijis' (Jairisun. 3. loi; 
killed liol/ert Nichol-, 3. O'l: at- 
tacked A Iger's house. 3. 104 : at- 
tacked Kittery. 3. luT; at Dccr- 
fkld. 4. 202; scattered at the 
a])proach of the 31 ass. troops. 3. 
los.; . biirned Jordan's liousc, 5. 
" 140-14T, 1>0; the goveiiimciit 
proposed to attack, i. 214-L'i.'i: 
sued for jieace. i. l'I-'. : 3. 111. l-;); 
tribes engaged in the war, i. lM-"j- 
21S; the treaty not satisfactory. 
3. 111-112; sold into shivery. 5. 
1^51; warned by Karthy. 5. 2.">1- 
2.'J2; assisted by tlie government at 
Allian.v, 5. 2.'>7, 2-"/s; w;ir re- 
(1G7C) sumed, 1G70, i. 2)>; depreda- 
tions of, I. I'l'.i. L'2:'.. 2u'4: caji- 
tured the fort at Aiiowsic. i. uu'4; 
repulsed at Jeweirs island, i- 
224-22."^; soUliers si n1 a<^riinst, i. 
2i'0; assaulted Black I'oint. i. •_'-''■,. 
220: <'ajituied a vessel at Kich- 
mond's island, 1.22T; reason fiu' 
tlieir success, i. 2l'S: had Ic-s 
liglitinu' in( 11 than the Kii'jlish. i. 
220; killed Munjoy. i. :^"^>; de- 
stroyed >iettiements above Swan 
islaml, 2. 270; killed P'jliert ( "i- 
bin, 1. 121; drove I'urchase from 



INDEX TO COLI.KCTIOXS. 



133 



rejepscot. 3. ni'^; drovo Cooke 
from tlio Koiinebo«\ 5. -J.JT)!: sold 
into slavery. 5. i-M: joalons. 5. 
2'il ; sale ofaniniimitii'n torl'itMoii, 
5. 2'>'J, ^2'^:^: doprodations in Dev- 
onshire oo\nity. 5. L'-":5: assisted 
by the Freneh. 5. "J'l'l. l'".ij(/: 
treaeher'Uisly ^lain. 6. I'i'.T; at- 
(1077) tacked Hlaek roii.t. li.T7. 3. II.': 
reiailsed. 3. lli'-ll-;: attaekod 
aud killed Swett. 3. 1!:",; retired. 
3. 11^5: friendly Iiulians sent 
against. 3. 107. Ho: nnnilur slain. 
3. 114; peace with. 5. iJ.')'.': captives 
returneil. 5. •2"/J-"jti'i: checked hy 
Andros, I. :.':'i); trade at Pcnia- 
quid. 5. 15-10: trade with re- 
stricted. 5. IS. IU-2O, :)■]. :'.5-oG,;J7, 
i'OO; 8. ISO; laws of New York 
coucerniniT, 5. 1'.'. '_'-. -'"'H: to 
(lu7>) receive. 107^. a corn trilmte. 3. 
li):2: proposals for a peace, i, 
230; peace conehidcd. i. l'41: 3. 
ll"»; 5.27: hostilities renewed. 1. 
275, 277. 2S1. 2"^7. L'^-^: cause of 
(107!^') the war of l(i7'.>: i.->7: per- 
suaded to exterminate the 
Euulish, I. 2S7-L'>s: promised 
French assistance. 1.2^^; numlier 
of, I. 2SS: order lor ustrainin;::. 
5. 4o, 4S; trouble. lijSl. from 
(16S1) feared. 5. 4S: the revenue re- 
ceived from the trade with to 
be applied to Fort Loyal, i. 
(10^2) L'Oo-i'lJf]: purchased. 10:^2. li>iuor 
from Seacomb. i. 2")'.i: drove. 
(ICsi) \i\s-,. John Phillips from Fal- 
mouth. 1.121 ;nrridavits concern- 
ing-. 5. G'J-60: assisted by the 
Frencli, 5.';:'.: trade witli restrict- 
ed. 5. 75; traded with smu<?- 
(10^5) tilers, 8. 1-7: attacked. 10x5, 
North Yarmouth. 3. llo: de- 
plorable condition of the peo- 
(10>0) pie, 3. loS-bj'.': over-run Booth 
iiay, lOsO. 6. 155; seized at .Saco, 
(ICSs) I. 2SS: sent to Falmouth, i. 
2>S: trooj.s sent a^^^inst. i.i'S>;. 
unsuccessful attack upon Gemlall, 
1. 2^0; first blood shed. i. 2M.i; 
Gendall killed, i. 2^!*: prisoners 
taken, i. 2s',i: Andros" jirnclama- 
tiou coneernin'.'". i. "-".'o: joined 
by the Fremdi. i.2'.'l: 5.1'07: cap- 
tured Pemaquid, i. i"Jl. 4?.0: 6. 
2>;j; 7. 15f.. 15'.t. ;M1: 8.1-0; at- 
tempt to blow up a fort. 3. .■;20/! ; 
Considered Andn^s their friend, 
5. L'0>; Andros in c<mferi'!icc wirh. 
7. 55; did not drink branfly at 
Pemaquid. 7. :;41: imiiiiier of. 
(IG-'.q It;-'.!, in Mass.. i.i;-0/, : attackerl 
S;'.co. i.2'..'l: friendly ones acci- 
dentally attacked. i.2'.'2. l''.»4. 2'.i5, 
y"4; Church sent a'j:ainst, i. 2'.,i2, 
2'j:i\ prize oifercd for each one 



killed. I. 20:"!: at Peak's \<\:\iu]. i. 
2'.':>; at Palmer's island. i.2!';;;(; 
]M-epared to attack Church. 1. 
2*.'-';-l;'.^4: rejiulsiHl. 1. •_".il-L".'5 ; 5. 
l.")5-i;](;; number of killeil. i.2'.i{; 
lied to the forest, i. '_".'•;; de- 
stroyed Dover. 3. I"..'': .'.rstri«ycd 
Sheepscot. 3. !:'.5; dcstr('>ed tlu- 
uarrisiui at I'almouili. 3. 1.'7: 
killed Tliomas (iyh.s. 3. ;;i4;i. ;>55; 
at Pemaqiud. 3. ol4)(: 5. •_'7-: col- 
lision at Nortli Yarmouth. 7-57; 
carried to Fort l.oyal. 7. 57: cnj)- 
tured Fort ^Villi■lm Hcnrv. 7. 15',i; 
killed Pati.vhall. 8. IV i.,: i\- 
(lOi'O) newed, lO'-'O. theirdepredations, 
I. 297; destroyed Schenectady, 
I. 2!>7; 7. 50: 9. 20): Salmon Falls 
villaire (lestroycd. i. 2'.i7; 9.27; 
killed Thaddeus Clarke, i. 2',»0: 
ca}itured Fort Loyal, i. 200 : 3. 
1-07 : unsuccessfully attacked the 
friendly Indians, i. ;-'.ii4: killed 
John Freeze, i.;310: flight of the 
people at Scarborough. 3. I'm-I-IS; 
Falmouth destroyed by. 6. 101; 9. 
27: supposed to have been as- 

(1001) si-ted by St. Castine. 7. 01; at- 
tacked. lO'.tl. Storer"s garrison, 

7. 115-ll(i: defeated. 7. 110; in- 
stigated by the French. 7. 110: a 
time to trv men's souls. 7. lis- 
119: attack upon Wells. 5. bl:]; 
sued for peace. 5. 2S1 : idraid of 

(1002) Sir William Phipps, 2. 2:;0: Maj. 
Churcli, 1002. sent against. 5. 

:>"0-ool; killed Capt. Chubb. 7. 
05-Ot;; overawed by Fort William 
Henry. 9. 02; swore allegiance to 
William and Mary. 9.42; signed, 
(lOOo) 10".i:>, the treaty with Phipps. 2. 
2.j0; 5. 2.s;j; pr<>mised to fursake 
the French. 5. ■^>'-'>: broke the 
treaty, 5. 2S]-i'>4: under tlie gov- 
ernment of France, 5. usO. 205; 
(1005) obliged, 1005. to be peaceable, 
5. i.'>-7: fatal distemjicr among, 
5. 2>'7: in prison at Post^n. 5.2^7- 
2.s^: treachery of the Knulish. 5. 
i'02-203: at Pemaquid, 100t'>. 2. 
nOOf.) 24ij; 5. i:J4. 2sJ. 2.s4-2>5, i's7; 
(1007) unsuccessful preparations to, 
1''07, attack the English, 7. 5; 
(1000) made. 1000, a peace with the 
settlers, i. 4:J4; 3. l:]:»; to bo 
used by Canada against tlie En- 
glish. 6. 2;5s; grants to. 6. 2:js- 
(17"2) •_':;'.>: pledged, 17n:.'. not to take 
j/art in <^>ueen Anne's war, 3. 
(17";;) 140; broke the pledge, 3. 140; 
attacked, 17ti;;, Casco, 3. 140; 
attacked Wells, 3. 14«i: attacked 
]]]:.ck Point, 3. 140-141 : led by 
]ieaubasin. 3. LiO-141: attempted 
uieh nniiiintr. 3. 1 io; rit.-eat of, 
3. 141-14:^; Pine and iiuiineWcU's 



13-1 MAINE HISTORICAL SOCU'.TY. 

Indians — ccmtinuod. I (ITo")) sniitli, 3. 4:"!^: (realy of 17:l",. ^ 

jiowor aLTaiiist. 3. 114-117; afraid (1741) 1l':;-1--'4 : jhh.j.Io of MaiiU', 17;:, 

of Ilvimu'well, 3. 1 17: kilUd Hiin- (J74i.') afraid of, 8. l'41 : cai>tin.d. 174j. 

nrwi'll. 3. 14S: on friindly ti-nns (1744) juisonfrs at S\van i>land.. 4. :■,-.•, 

villi till- Kn^li^;h, 3. 11>: rMpinnd oapturod. 1744. ini-onors at 

a sloop. 3. :'.4.">: tMiitiind \\ il- (174")) Keen and C'onroiil. 6. -.'41 : wi-t 

(1704) liaius. 4. -.rrj: dc>tn..\Ml. 17ii4. of 17)."» di-cland. 3. 17ti; S. 1-. :• 

Dei-rtiold. 6. I'.'.'.i; dotroyod l'i''fy do).redatioiis. 3. 170; 

Ilaverliill. 6. •.':'.;»: Si. ("a-tinc in- (1741'.) l^niiity olVcrcd lor s.ah^. -■ 

vo.-^tfd witli authority over. 7. \~t^Ui: attaiki'd, 174("i, (Jwrliav:. 

(171o)81; treaty of, 171o. 6. L.JO--J."):-;; 2. 147 ; 8. 27(i)i : destroyed Wali]".- 

(1717) destroyecl, 1717. the house <U' horouuh, 5. 411:1: to eM-4^in.Ta'i- 

Elkins. 2. I'u"): eonfereme ^vith with the French at tlie attack o; 

the whites. 3. :;-M : .<ued for I'cace. Annajtoli.-;, 8. I'-'il: witli I)e l.'.iia- 

3.3(52; as.'^istid hy llie l-'rcnch. 3. (1747) zay. 8. KIO, l:'.L': dc]>redatior!-. 

37U; desired a tradinu' liousc. 3. 1747. at .'<carlioron'.;li. 3. 17": 

372, 3s4 ; wanicd an inti i j.reter, i attacdced Xolde at .Miiias. 8. I':'.': 

3. 372; ■wanted a h>(k>niitli. 3. , 143: moved towar<is Falinoiiih. 3. 

372; desired snpjilies, 3. 374: 171: only waylaid traveler^. 3. 

(1711') denied. 171'.'. the ri.uht of the (174--) 17::: in-ace, n4S, concluded. 3. 

i>ai:amores to (univey lands, (1741) 17"i; killed. 174'.', 8niitli. a (.1 ;- 

(1720)9. 70: depredations. 172i'. re- man. 7. 3l:t;-3"i7; tiealy of 17 c. 

newed, 3. 14'.t-l."(t; intlucnced (17">0) 4. 140-140: a1ta<d<ed I'.at Kich- 

hy r.alle. 3. l."<): ohjccti^d ti; the ' (17"»1) mond. 17-".": 8. 212: Mcatv oai- 

huildin-- ot a fort on the Kmne- (17.":.') eluded. 17"1. 8. I'l:;: treaty ..I 

liec, 3. 35u'; ohjeeted to further \ 17"i2, 4. ]('pS-1>4: want a ■j:v.v.- 

settlements. 3. >Wr2. :',»'. :!>0; ' smith. 4. 1^2; tlieir lisi.inLT 'ii-- 

boinidary line ])roposed. 3. 3-" 2; ; • turbed. 4. 177, 17>i; comidaiind 

charters ohlisied the civilization of Entrlish hunters. 4. 17>: waiu 

of, 3.:;'.2: to he ]iersuaded to he ! (17."j4) a hrid:.:e. 4. 181 ; Fort Ilalif.iv. 

(1721) friendly to the English. 3. 303; I 17"'4. built to awe them. i. 4i''": 
attacked. 1721. at Xorridjxe- | 8.273; attacked a paiiy aT F": t 

wock. 2. 10i;-i<'7: .Icstroyed at i IIalifa.\. 7. 171-17L': 8."-.'4:'.. uT^': 

the Kenni'bcc. 2. l'.'7-l'.|^: (Hinfer- | fc>rmed a desiun wiili tlic l-'renci' 

ence with I'enhallow-. 7. 83; to attack the fort. 7. IC'.', ]-"4: <:i- 

(1722) threatened the Enulish, 7. s4; ! c(niraaed to cajiture prisoners fiT 
war, 1722, declared. 3. l'>0: 8. ' ransoni, 7. 17o: do;:s usc<l as si.i' s 

114,'t: attacked Black I'oint, 3. j against. 7. 327: threats of. 8. I'O''. 

loO; burned I'runswick. 2. 107; 3. i 22."): eiii;'a<_fe to break up En.i:ii-:i 

313, 3i:;»; 6.10; massacre of, 3. ! settlements. 8. 22n-L'21 : objcciid 

313; captured families at Merry- I to the bnildin.irof Fort Ilalifarv. 

meetini,^ bay. 6. 10; at George- (1750)8. l'43: war, 170.0. dtchucd. S. 

town, 6. 10: liostilities bejrun. 8. 1 271: intended to attack the I'e-''- 

114n, 110/i; at Merrymectin<r, i pie on the Kennebec. 7. l-'': 

(1723) 8. 110», •_'S4: attacks. 17::3, upon i burned a house at Frankfort. 8. 
the seal)oard settlements, 3. (1750) 20.7 ; captured, ]70t'.. I'.enjanua 

100; ])eople taken jirisoners or . Hilton. 4. 340; attack li>hernu:i. 

killed at Scarborou,L;ii. 3. 101 ; their 1 (1707) 8. --'71 : ackn(nvledge. 1707. ai- 

jd.icc of rendezvous. 3. ;;i3; met ' le^*ance to Quebec. 8.210; ti.'- 

and mas.sacred, 3.;;i3-314; P'ort j (1708) Kennebec their hi^hw;iy. 8. -I- : 

Richmond built as a (dieck to. 8. I unsuccessfully, 170s. atia' ^. 

200; built a village at I'enob- • Fort Gcorjie. 5. 3f,7(( : jirctciid. 

•(1724) .scot falls. 7.O: four companies. (1700) 1700, to desire a ticaiy. 5.-''': 

1724, s(nt against. 3. 102: their ; would not a(dvnowlcd;je deoiu' 

condition in New France. 6.230- j il, as king, 5-372; attacked 1'}' 

(1725)240; treaty of. 1720. executed, 1 Cargill. 5. OCO; detected in sic.u- 

3. 152, 100; 5. :;72;(: objected, ! ing piovi>ioiis, 5.373-374: l''_^y 

(1720) 1720, to settlements east of the ' nail's speech to, 5. ■)'':-■'■'•■ 

Pemaquid, and north of Arrow- \ (1700) made, 17''n, a wil<lcnM>s "f 

sic. 3. 3>s. 38'.); disputes with to , Maine. 4. 73; assi-icd by '■■■• 

be settled by arbitration. 3. :;;<;;; Frencii, 4. 73; diniinished and d:-- 

hindered tht; >ctf Iciiicut of : couraged. 4. 71: atla(dced N' ;'' 

(1727) Thonniston and Wancn. 9. 7'J- Gloucester, 2. 102; end of tlj' :■ 

80; letter. 17i'7. to (o.v. Dum- (1704j uinted elVorls. 2. If'.t: had, iTi'O 

. nier, 3. i07-4os: answer to the ; a conference with .^!itcll.•!l. 8. 

sauie. 3. 41(^-411 ; w.mt a gun- j 0; showed the torreel Kivev ":■ 



IXPr.X TO COLLECTIONS. 135 

(1700) Croix. S. 0: (K']>vo'l;iii>>n-. 1~,M. sijkh^s. Ot.'li.'bwo, 0\m'!ki:_'uiiu':is, 

at r.atl'.. 2. -'''': .v.'coi'.ipnii'i'l r;vL';in. r.iiiiiiarliis. raqiiakiuj;, 

Moiitrossor. i. 44"^, 4.''0. -l"iL 4'-\. ]':issanKiiiu.ul(i\ . Paw kunnaw- 

(1175) 4.V.', 4r>-_': hold tiu' Tin. >!.-..■, It kui>. I'onuatiU'kots. IVnn. .•.-nk<, 

tt'iritdiy. 177"', Nvitli touarity. 7. r.'.iiiakcts, T. i|1i>hIs. rit;u.i.k.»Ts, 

7; their ilaiins looix^ui/.t'd. 7. 7; (.^hiiMlilics, >ai'(H's. >t. I-'r,inris. St. 

treaty \vith Ma».. 7. 7-^: settle- Johns. Sa.iueii,-ts. Se.tt.i.-.-oks. 

iiieut of ih( ir roiiiury. 7. S; with Seantaeo(>k>. Sfemnis. >rn<eas, 

AriioM, 1. 4'''.'. 1-0. i^;',. :. I''. •"■- I : Sliawanoes. Six Nation-. So,-. -..kis, 

tMnl)r;i<'nl the kiim"- >idf. 7.-_'('4: t>oeklii,u<>iies, Sokokii. -. Sonho- 

(17S1) raid. 17>I. on I'.etli.d. 9. -Jl.i; gans. Soui i(iu«>is. Suiiiiuois. Sns- 

(17--1'') Mass. sent a eoninn>sioii to uh- see. Syl)a,\ks. Tarrentine.-. I'nnii- 

tain conee.-.-ioiis iioni. 7. >: .on- gounuos, Wabanaki. W.ilnnakies, 

ferenee ^vith. 7. '--l 1. l-l-I'^: later Wanihesitts, Wampanoa-s. \Van- 

controversy. 7. 1'.': reliiniuish, I baiiaghi. Waui'anakkie, \V.i|..in- 

(1707) 17;>7, hiiui to Mass.. 7. Ut; 1 aek. "" "Wawcno-ks. W.pana.liki, 

(ISlS) ch\iuied title to timber land, AX'eweeuoeks. \\ oeiioeks. V.owe- 

1818, 7. 10: released all tlie Pe- noeks. 

(b'^--'0) uobscot territory, 7. -'<i: Maine, ' treaties in full, of 1717. 3. :'.■.]-:>>"); 

(iM'c') 1>20, resumed tliv tnaty ot. 7. of_17i.'ij, 3. ;;7,-:;4."i: of iTi'T, 3. 

20; .snli'eriii.u". 1>'''-. among. 7. 407-447; .^' e al>o under ireaties. 

o48-o4Vt; niemioiu'd. 3. '■'•■>■', ■■■"iS; i troubles of 17('--17o4, Papers lle- 

4. 2i'(), :]o7. :'.o-;. ;;i-_'. ■.'.■j:-,, ;;:;s. lus; lating to. 3. ;;4;;-:;'Jii. 

5. Itjs'; 6. 17. i:'d: 7. 1'".. '>^''U. '>!. wars of lOT.'j-o. 2. 70, S.l. loj. isn, 
o7;i, (.m; 8. -Jl.". l'27. •-':;o. iMl. i'70. l'IO; 4. i:l'l', :;■.':;. 411 : 6. 14i;: oi lO^O, 
27('.», i'S:?: 9. _'. 7, 18, If; of LIud- 6. i;]:.': of Iti:-'.'. i. i.'87; 6. b',!': o.f 
son's bay and their languaue. 7. 17-1, 2. lOil; of 17l'2. 6. 10: of 17''o- 
20.")-27i'. IIi>tory of the ( hri.vlian 4. 5. 4l'1. 4l':] ; 7. :;l'7 : oi 170it, 2. 
Indians, s^e Gookin, and .SftC ab- I^-jI History of n^/"' llubbiid. 
origines. Indies, the. 1'. V-jU. 1^:5. -JO".'; 6. PJO/i. 

ludiastreet, Portland, formerly Kind's Industry, 7. L-77. -^■>. 

street. I. •_'42:ealled Broad street, I. Jni^alls. Henry, i. -'4:;. 240, 

24;j/(,27o: owners of lots bf)unded l>r. Theodore. 6. j'lo, :Jio. 

by. 1.240. -47: only jilaceof busi- lnger.-oll. .vbigail, daughter of .Tohn, 

ness, 1.270: home of Peter Mor- i. :J11: marrietl a r>iacey. i.:;i2. 

rell, I. :jbj: home of .Jonatlian Benjamin, sou of Josej-h. 1. :;il; 

Otis, I. :;i4/(; mentioned. 1.240. returned to Falmoutli, i. -M] 1 ; sold 

2'>:j ;]U(>/(: 7. ."'.'. land to Phineas Jone.-. i. Ull; 

Indian terras and Engli-li dellnitions, moved to Yarmouth, i. :;il. 

5. 425-420. Charles Jered. 8. .--s. 

tribes, SPe Abena<iuis, Algonquins. Daniel, S'>ld land to M<ises Pearson, 

Almonchi(inoc>, Amalingans, i.24t>, ;J11: a >on of (ieori^e. i. 

A m elc c i t e s. Anirnarfseoygins, 311: a shi[.wriglit, i. ;:;i 1 : lived 

Amonoscogiriiis,Anase'j:antieooks, on Willow street, i. :3J 1; moved 

AndroscogL,dns, Armomhiquois. to Bo.-ton. i. :)! 1. 

Arresaguntieooks. A s s a g u u t i- Deborah, daughter of John. i.:ni; 

cook.s, As.-inee-Poetuo, Any- date of her birth. i.:;il: married 

oumniowetts. Bashabas, Caana- Benjamin Larrdjer. i. :]1 1. 

Wiigas, Cannibar, Cap.? .Sabk-s, Dt^borah. n\ idov.- of .lolm. i. ;;il. 

Ca.scoe.s. Ch.erokees. Chippeways. Eli-lia. >on of John. i.;;il; moved 

Cowasaeks, Delawares. Esse-'oii- to Falmouth, i.-jll. 

tegogs. Escpiimaux. Et'dicmins, Ephraim. i. :jll. 

Five Nation-. Houssatonnacs, Elizabeth, two clnldren of George 

Ilurous, Hliiiois. Iroquois. Kani- of the same name. i. :jl 1. 

Ixils,. Kaniba<. Kenai>es, Ke!ine- Elizabeth, wife of (Jeori^e. i. :;il 1. 

bees. Kiidbi-kki. Lenajie. Lenajus. family, moved to Salem, i. I'-o,,. 

Leniii-Lonap.'. Linnopt e. Louis. Cieorge. lived at Falmouth, i. 112. 

Islan<l, M.a<liiis. Mahi-ans, Ma- 114, i<>, 1'.'7: signed rh.- >ibiiiis- 

lieites, Maquas. Mareseliites, Mas- sion to Ma-s.. i. Ill': birth of. i. 

saeiiisan<. .Ma.--aehn.>.-lls. .Men- Ib^. :;n ; dat.; of his ai : i . ;d not 

t;we. Men of the East, ^nomacs, known, i, 11:3: as ;i wi'm-s, i. 

M'diawks. Mob.eis. Monhegans, , 1-1 ; jnirehased land of Ch.-/ves, i. 

Montagu. ii>es, M(;ntagrets. Xar- 121-122.24:]: sign( <l the prtiMon 

r:f.:an>etts. .Naiulawi>s>-e.-, Ne- to the king. i. !>'». 4o:;; a. tiou 

hethaw-a. N'orridu>.-woi ks. 0< hi- brought again.-t. i. i-^'r. ^■'•■k an 

pawa>, U]dto-.\n. G'pen.uigos, Us- : inventory of .SkeHing->" e-iaie, i. 



136 



MAINE HISTOIJICAL SOCIETY 



Ingorsoil, Goor;;^ — contiiuud. I 

I'M; a juror, i. IV'7: irii'itary oi"- ' 
lii-i-r vi i'.uiin'Uiii, I. 1'.'.: laiiur 
of noorjro jr.. I. -tCi. 2ir,: Imilt a 
f;a^vmUl, i.L'i>"i; arriw'il uio lato , 
to rosciu' Thoiiins Wakelov . i. "Jl'.'. ' 
2l:i; lived at (■a;ii>i.-. i. i.i:;. I'li'.. 
oL'l: liis liouM' l.unK'd. i. 211: 
his soil Ivilk-il, i."_'14: niovod to 
Sakiii. 1. i'lT. :'.ll: Inml urantod 
to. I. '24'J, L'-"'-': had a ooni mill at 
Caiu>ic. I. "J-i:;);: had a Tiiill at 
IJarln-rry Crrck. i. •_'!",', •jri'.i; 
scloctiiian i,>f Faliiioiitli. i. i:4"), 
324; his laud sold hy liis son. i. 
246: nrpoil the ^i>v(_rniin ut to 
send assistaiioe to Casoo, i. •_",i2; 
ill consultation with Major 
Church, I. 2'.i<i; trocips stationed 
near his house, i. 2'.'--; j'Tohahly 
descended from I'.irhaid of SaUm, 
I. oil; lived at (rloticestiT. i.-'lll; 
children of, i.;;il; sold land to 
TiinoDiy Lindall. i.:">ll; date of 
liis death unknown, i.oll; fur- 
nished hoards for the meetini^ 
Louse, I. .^>-sA: mentioned, i. 123, 
204. 2.'):;: 3. T»'. ]2o. 121. 
GeoiLTC jr.. son of (ieorLre. i. 204, 
20"). ;jll; had a <;nst mill. i. 2<>"); 
liad a house at Capisic. i. 2('4. 20.5, 
21!',, .321; killed. I. 217: i.etirioned 
to the general i-mnt. i. 2.'3; con- 
veyed his interest in tl:e sawmill 
to ."^ilvanus Davis, i.i' .">:'.: brother- 
in-law of John -Nicholson. 1.322 
Georj.'^e 3d. a ship\\riL:ht, i. 311; 
live<l in ]5oston. 1.311: returned 
to FaluKnith, i.;;il; dii d in Bos- 
ton, 1.311: Hved at on.' time at 
iStroiuhv.iter. i. 311; lather of 
David. I. 311. 
Joel, .son of ."^aniuel, i. 312. 
John, settled on the Neck, i. 1.5.5- 
l.JO; a witne.-s against Jordan, i. 
IT'-'; si;j-ned the jietition to the 
kinfr, I. 1.^0; settled between the 
liound Marsh and < api.-ie. i. I'o.j; 
purchased land of ( omu-'jc .Mun'oy, 
I. 20."j; at Capisic. i. iMo. 242. 3l"l, 
321: land granted to, 1.242; pe- 
titioned to the <:eneral court, i, 
2"j3; conveyed his inteiest in the 
fiawmill to Silvanus Davis, 1. 2.73; 
John Corney li\ed with, i. :;0S; 
moved to Kittcrv. i. 311; died, i. 
311; children of."i.:;n : furni.>hed 
board.5 for a in< 1 tiuL,^ house, i. 
323; mentioned, i. 24'.t. 
John jr., I. 31 1. 

Joseph, land beloncrini; to in po-S- 
se.-.>i(jn of Antliony IJrackett. i. 
].74; settled on liie Neck, i. 1.7-7- 
1-70; married, i. 174. .312; laml 
granted to. I. 2 13: -iuiK-d jietition 
to (iov. I'.radsireet, i. 2^3/( ; a son 



of George, i.311. 312; received a 
urant from Danlonli. j..;ii': di,d 
at (Gloucester. i..3!2; si^^ned the 
]ntition to Charles n. 1.4U2; men- 
tioned, I. 204. 
Judith, wife of ."^amuel. i. 312. 
Marv. daughter of John, married 

Low, I. 311. 
Nathaniel, i. 3,11. 
liathel. daimhier of John. i. .".II; 

married John Chajiman, 1.311. 
Kichard, probably tiic ancestor < f 
the Elaine Inuersolls. 1.311; sent 
to Sahin. I. 11.!, 311. 
Samuid. land yranteil to, i. 243; 
John Coney lived with, i.3o>: a 
son of GeoriTe. 1.311: sold laiwi 
to Mary Sargent. 1.311; lived at 
Stroudwater. I. ;;i 1 ; date of his 
death unknown. i.:;il: in Kiiig 
l'l!ilij>"s war, i..;i2: a siiipwriiiht, 
in Gloucester, i.;'.12: his sons. i. 
312; lived at Cajiisie. i.;;21; men- 
tioned, I. 240, 277, ;J17. 
Samttel jr., marrieil in Cloucesier. 
I. 312. 
Ingles. Elizabeth, married Benjamin 
Dream, i. 272;;. 
Jane, married J(din Smitli. i. 27-jj. 
Joanna, married Janie.-N (irant, i. 
272/(. 

. lived at Boston, i. 272»'; a 

master mariner, i.272,(; di. .1. i. 
272;i; childten of. 1.272//; Luai .0 
Nonsuch Point granted to, i. :.'72. 
Ingraliam, Alugail, 8.33s. 

Beniah, early settler (<( Augusta. S. 
33.S; his (laughter married Caiit 
Seth Williams, 8. ;;:ls. 
Joseph II., purch:ised land of ^\"i\- 
liam Tyug, 6. 13;); opened State 
Street, 6. 133; built a line house, 
6. 1.33.- 
Zilidia, married Capt. Seth Williams, 
8. 33S. 
Ini;ram, Samuel D.. 8. 427. 
Inhabitants of Ca>co in 10.32, i. 77; 
l-'.-'s. I. 1(17, l;;n, 141. 144, 177, L'^O; 
1'm7, I. 217, i;:;i;, 2>:'.. .31'.i; names 
of, I. TO. 230, 310; ot Bath. 2. 2i;o: 
of Belgium. 4. 12; of lUaek I'oint. 
3. OT; of Connecticut, 4. 12; of 
Fryeburgh in 1T0.<, 4. 2s2; of 
Great Britain, 4. 12; oj Maine, 4. 
11-12. 13; of -Massachusetts, 4- 
12, 13; oi New Jersev. 4. 12; of 
New York. 4. 12-13; of'Bhode Is- 
land, 4. 12; .sec also families. 
Inman. ]ial]>li. 9. '.1:;. 
Inner Temple, tlie, 6. 40. 
Inns at Black I'oint kept by Diirid 
Binu', 3. 1^21, 222; site of, 3. -.'-': 
froli'/ at. 3. 2l'2: at (iardiier, 7. 
41 !: s, I Ordinary. 
In.^ti iutions for the settlement ol 
I'einaquid, 5. 77-M ; to Ca]>t. Man- 
ning u.s .sub-cuUector, 5. 120-127. 



INDEX TO COLLECTIONS 



Inteni]HvaiK'C. four nun i\iicd for. i. 
M, ""1 -!•"•_*; tvr.d,-.'. to ovn-rhvo"- 
tintle. 2. 43: in early Maiue, 4. 
•J.".; imieh almteu. 7. I'T-I. 

Intorvals, the, rallotl the iiicaJowij, 4. 
•JOj. 

Ipsw'uli, homo of Xivliolas Farli V. i. 
2li.i; lii'iue of l.;n\ ixiioo l)a\is. i. 
;><iO; jiomo of .liuiii » l);ivi<. i.. •>>!); 
liuino of Tlioinas Wells, i. ;j.".4; 
.loliii Cogswell sotik'il ar. 5. 21S; 
Joliii Dean st-ttU'd at. 6. oC>-t; nu-n- 
tioned, i. o'.i; 2. K.W. 141; 3. I'j'An. 
L'OT, L'lit; 4. 24-Ji). I'T". .•>>4: 5. is^,. 
I'.'S; 6. of.4, ot.iT. 006, o84; 7. I'Oo, 
207; 8. 27'.': 9. >S. 

Iracoyee, ^( e Iroijiuiise. 

Ireland. Thadiicus (Clarke supposed 
to lia\e been liorn in, i. l'>o, oOS; 
the Jordan name eouimon in. i. 
2;i4;i; Peter lv,>\vuoiu lived in, i. 
276; some of the early settlers of 
Limeriek came from, i.'^/^l: prot- 
fstants settled in. 6. o-C: coloni- 
zation of ocea-ii'ni'd I'y Stuart 
persecution. 7. 7-^; imjnoved hy 
the Scotch immigration. 7. S: 
royalty jealous of, 7.^; iudii-try 
in restricted. 7. >. '.•: annual emi- 
•iration from to America. 6. lo; 
])ee>ple from tlie north of arrivt-d 
in Maine. 6. 21, 22; the Presby- 
terian ]iOpulalion of in 1704. 6. 
2>; nientiono'l. 2. I'l 4. 24-0. -j-u. 
201, ■2i]r,n. 2si: 3. -ns. l'12. 217, 
220, -J-Jl. 2o2. :]:::.. :;-r,. :]-,:]. :;in. 
olt7, 417. 4-'l. 4-J2. 4-4. 447: 4. lL':3. 
I'JO, IGl: 5.0. -■■.. 4 J. 11::. li-."). l-'ji). 
207, 3.")S.' 421: 6. 4. 11, 1-".. 1-. 2:.. 
20. 27 ••]2. i>r,. .-,-„. 124, l;;'.'. 141, 
l-">7, 1(;7, 2o0, L't'.o; 7. L'i>4. 2-<0. :J:J4, 
S07, 4n0; 8. 110, lll/<, 114, :i^4; 9. 
22.J, 245. 
Elaine, 6. \'j. 

Ireland's Uistory of Kent cited. 9. 293. 

Irish, tlie, placed undt-r En.ulish k-Lcis- 
hiti\e depenili-nce. 6. ^: hated l)y 
K3i;,dand. 6. 1.;: settled in Maine, 
6. :]; 8. LOl. 2'.S 
James, 8. ;;o, 72. 

. married Marv P. Phinnev, 2. 

148. 

Iron in New Enj^'land. 2. f*"^. 

retincry in North Yarmouth. 2. 1^1. 

Irofjuois, the lanLMia;:e uf dissimilar 
from that of other Indians. i.4i:;/r, 
tlie Abnakis ft-ared an attack from. 
I. 4;3o; Three Pivcrs defendeil 
from. 1. Aij'j; their country i-alled 
Laconia, 2. 00; conquen-d by the 
Algonquins and French, 2. 07; 
their t<)tem'<hiii. 5. M'-i: clans 
anions, 6. 2o:j; still one band. 5. 
20:i; Cadillic :lmoIl'_^ 6. :i7'>: at- 
tempted to reai-li ( aiiada. 6. 2-1; 
opposed by the Abuaki, 6. L';l; 



favored by New York, 6. 2'^I ; Mib- 
di:'?d. 7. I-!': M'.>'i»i,v!-d. .-. "7. ]', ,_ 
5. 17.">: 6. 212, 24(1. 
Lake vi tiie, sic Lake of tiie Iro- 
quois. 

IrviuLT. Washington. 2. 1>7. 

Isabella of Casiik. 6. 12o„. 

L-land of Cajie Breton, incluiled 
in ."^ir William A KxandiT's Lirnii. 

1. ;;4; j/assi'd iulo the h,inii> >>i 
tlie Freucli. 8. ;;i;;: mtiitioin-d, 8. 
no. Mil,, 1-.".. 127. 

of Damaiiscoxe. .Ino. Silhnau liv<.d 
on. 8. l[>.\: claimed by i'uti.->hall, 

8. llio-l!)4. 

of Flores. 3. 200. 
of flrand .^Ienan. 4. 4:3. 
of Manhattan. 5. >^. 
of St. Croix, l)u Monts i)assed a 
winter at. 2. L'O.7; menti(aud. 7. 

of .St. George, named by Weymouth, 

2. 22r/. 

of St. Johns. 8. 1. ■;.■'). 
Islands of Errus, 9. ■Un. 

of Elaine, within tlie limits of Fal- 
mouth. I. 4.->. 14.". l.")-_': in Ca^co 
bay to pay tax to Falmouth, i. 
1.j2; sold to Mass., 2. 2.jS, 201; 
usc'l as lishing stations, 3. lJ-10. 
Isle au Haut. see Isle Ilaute. 

aux Corneilles. Chomplainat. 7. 2-": 
origin of the name. 7. SjI. 

aux Margos, Chamjilain at. 7. 2""; 
origin of the name, 7. 2.jO; now 
Wolvis. 7. 2.J0. 
Islcboro, islands of, 5. :j47. 
Isle de Bacchus. V, (. hauiidain at. 7. 
2';0, 20.3; origin of the name, 7. 
1:00; now i;ichmoud"s i.-^laud. 7. 
200. 

de la torture. 7. 2-")7. 

Haute, 7. !iS/(, 2.j:J, 2.">.3, 203, 20-5. 

of Assumption, 8. ;]10. 

of Capawocke. 2. SjS, 2GL 

of Jersey, i. 244. 

of Klie. 7. :>2: 9. PH. 

of St. Jolin the Baptist, now Oitel- 
ius, 2. 70«. 

of Shoales, Levett at, i. 42/( : 2. 4^'!, 
79; 5. 107; ships ;it, i. :,'•: pre- 
.sented for not attending to the 
order of the court, i. 1s4-1t.j: 
belonged to the Province of 
Maine. 2. 70; described. 2. 7''; 
half of sold to Mass.. 2. -.-.s. i'.;i ; 

9. .n •"),•■) I ■")/(; lishing busimss at. 
4. 2;>: jiart <if annexed to Kittery, 
4.1^04; unprofitable, 4. 2<>4: Ma-s. 
claimed jiuisdicti'm uver. 5. 1-i; 
Cutt engaged in hshiug at, 8. ■_".'4: 
controveisy conceiuii;^. g. ■'>\'): 
the people of royalists, g. :;!."./., 
liome of Joseidi Hull. o. ;,1."(', 
Hull's c<>uti"veisy v, itli (_..><! f]>-y. 
9. ;J10/t; the liev. Joliu Bro'.'k 



138 



MAINE IIISTOKICAL SOCIETY. 



Isle of Slionlos — continued. 

5. 1(17: 7. -Jt'.L'. 
of tlie Dim It >[<>nnt;un. >;n nanicil 
by ClKiiHi>l;iin. 7. :.'>: tlie .lesuiis 
ninde a li;iil)or at, 7. :.'6; svc 
M.'iint Desert. 
of Wiulit. 2. 27, 
Pereee, 7. 4'J. 
Isles i;au<rees. Les, named by Cham- 
plain. 7. '2'y2. 
Israelites, the. 3. ■''<■): 6. 2:17. 
Italy. 4. H: 7. 410: 8. Aol: 9.24."). 240. 
Iteansir, 6. 2.jo: siunum of. 6. 2.j.j. 
Ives, the Kev. Alfnd E.. 9. Ui.J. 

Jaekman, Elizabetli. married Dr. 

Cleaveland, 6. ■:'.^•"). 
Jackoit. 6. 2-">:j: sitrnum of 6. 2."(3. 
Jaok>on, 9. 214. 

Andrew, 6. 7-"): 7. 4."0. 4t;.". ; 8. 47. 

102. ::!47, o4S. ;j.-,0, o.'.2. ■.','>:>. o7n. 

414. 41.1. 42:1. 4:>j. 4:^(1: 9. 17-'.. 17<'.. 

Benjamin, deputy for (^ov. I'hipps, 

9.'4>-4'.'. .!>0. 
Charles, 6. :}iU. 
Dr. Charles T.. 5. :'47; his Geology 

of Maine eittd, 5. 17'''/i. l>[hi. 
Eleanor, \vid(>w oi John. 3. 74, 2So; 

married Jonas Bailey, 3. 74. 
Henry, 4. 6: 8. 10. 
John, early st-ltler of Blue Pi>int. 3. 
74. So. 2;}2; his widow married 
Jonas Bailey. 74. 
the Bev. Lemuel. 4. '^>'>'>. 
Partv, the vote of in Minot, 2. 12S, 

12U. 
Ivobert, 9. 0O.j/(. 
Sarah, 4. 2tJ-">. 

, of Newberry, i. 403. 

, tutor, 4. 2fi-">. 

Jackson's Lan<iiii'j:. 9. \:)-2-VV-), l.">3. • 
Jacob faniilv in the witchcraft tragedv, 
I. 240. ' 
John, land jrranted to. i. 244; lived 

at C(;hasset, i. 24';/i. 
Nathaniel, land 'granted to. i. 244, 
240. 

. killed. 4. 2'^7. 

Jacques, Lieut. Birijard. killed Balle. 
i.412/(: 2. r.is.; 3. I-'iL'//. ol:]/(: mar- 
ried Sarah Harmon. 3. :U-">k; 
wounded. 3. '.jl'-'ut: died. 3. ;.114;i; 
came from Xewbury. 3. oi4/(. 
Jaffrie. Di^rL'erie. sicrned the jjetition 

to Charles 11, i. 4o2. 
Jail at Ca.sco, i. li'.*;; Fort Loyal to be 

used as one, i. l'7<^»--!71. 
Jakins. a ^uiile for Aiiiohl, r. -^/lO. 
Jamaica. i.-j-'jI: 3. I'm: 5. V-'A: 6. lOU; 

9. i:}, ■>')<). 
Jamliiin, the ]!ev. Lob.it. his as-ist- 
ancft acknowI(.d;;ed, 9. -^'j-n, :j')')ii. 

James i. t^ave a ;_'rant to the Plymouth 
Company, i. :J2; 2. 200-200,1^74; 



7. 27, 120//; 8. 200: g. 22.".; Lrave 
^la.il t.< ;■!■• V.'illla..i Ah;\.arid«.i-. 
I. :>'.; 6. ;;:;0: 7. 27; 9. ion; i-i.lns 
of his rei;;ii found at Bichmi.ud's 
island, i. 4:': 6. l-U); his patent 
for .New England the civil basis 
of all sulisr«iucnt patents, i. 7-«: 
lestorid ^>ir Fordinando t.c.i-r> 
to otlice. 1. br.i; bc-canu' kiIv_^ 2. 
lo, lii; comi^irct! to J>iihimi.n. 2. 
10; his right to give the charter 
disputed. 2. 4b/; dismissed the 
]iarliament. 2. 41((; granted the 
.Sht'eiseot i>.Mintry in the jiatt nt 
to North and South Viiginia. 4. 
221; lu'eseiit at a meeting of the 
I'lymouth Comjiany, 5. ]'•'.'; letter 
from <.»e<u-ge Bopham t<>. 5. ;',.',7- 
300; desired to rej/eople Ulster 
with Protestants, 5. .">; subseiiliod 
to the Scotch creed. 6.2.'); granteil 
the first charter to New Erighnui. 
7. 27; nuntiiined, i. 01. -"41; 2. 
15, ::;2//. 40. 77". 7S(/. 91. fc. -jOo: 
5. 145, 17U: 6. bJl, l:)0. 140. 141/^ 
142, 140, 14'.'. l.')0, 170. 1>0; 7. L'S 
.31. l:]'J)i, 20.-). :;o:]; 8. -lo:'.; 9. :;0:'. 
II, deposed, 2. ^'''nr. 7. 5>: 9. 14: re- 
ceived a grant from the king, 5. 
2o5; extent of grant, 5. 2:;5; on 
good terms with the French. 5. 
2-<7: ap]K'>inted Andros governor 
of New England, 5. 204- :;'■..■> : his 
bitter hatred towards Ma.<s.. 5. 
205; a traitor to England. 5. -''•''•: 
capable of any crime. 5. 2i;'>; plot- 
ted to introduce papacy in Eng- 
land. 5. 2('.0. :il-Vii: intcmhd t'> es- 
tablish papacy in New England. 

5. 27:i/i; made a treasonable otter 
to Sir William Phipps. 5. 2S1; 

. . made a claim to Acadia. 7. 50 ; 
proclaimed king in Boston. 7. 5;J; 
hatred for in New England. 7..5:j- 
54; left a series of manuscript 
volumes. 7. 144//; became king, 
7. 150, 15j;: ailverse to popular 
rights. 7. 15--. 150; tied from Eng- 
land. 7. 150; gave no further help 
to Phipps. 9. 14; desirc'l Phipi s 
to enter the navy, 9. 10, 22; of- 
fered Phipps the governor-iiip. 9- 
20; mentioned, 2. 2:12; 3. '■'<-j-f: 4- 
222; 5. 11::;. 1:;5. 12S, :.'05. l''-7. 27-'; 

6. 7; 9. 11, 5l', 57/i; see York, the 
Duke of. 

James VI. of Scotlanii, 2. 15; 6. l-.l; 

see James i. 
Amlrews' island, peojde fh.-d tn. i. 

L'20; now called Pangs isiiu'i, i- 

220/i; provisions to be sent to. i- 

222//. 
Jameson, Bobert. 6. 400. 410. 
the liev. 'riioma.s. 3. 102/i. 
William, .signed the petition to <'i >v. 

Bradstreet, i.2>J/t; .settled at Fai 

mouth, 6. 1:.'. 



INDEX TO COLLKCTIOXS. 139 

Janics liver, 7. "0:1. ^ ! Jeffi y. .laiiifc.. sirr,,,^,] tlio troatv of 

il.c. Cai-.. T.... k.. :.i.\..lvi ..f. 5.2^7,,: ;t:G. S. ij^:;: ;.i.;..^,.>,,:. wf. 6^ -:,(j. 

brouirlit IJieliard Matlier to New Jofts, .lolm, killi'd. 4. :j^7. 

tn-lan.!. 5. l'ITh. Jikell. .lolin. ^i-IU■^i 'tlio tivntv of 

Jair.istKwn. Maine. 5. I'.'.'.. I714. 6. I'^S; autt-rrapli ..1. 6.' iV;.-^. 

Viririuia, slore.-^ eaplured ai Tort .IonkiIl<;.•^. .Ste]>luii. .kIl.!!.'.! the j.eti- 

Koyal canie.l t... i. iT: Tipr. tioii to Cliarlis 11. i. Jni'. 

Newjx-.vt at. 5. -.V.'A: nienticiird. 7. Jenkins. .Jahez. si-iieil the petition to 

:>':'.: 8. :>'n, ;;-;i: 0. :;r:;,;. Cimilo u. i. K-j. 

Janu-s. Wiliiain. livc.l at I'uriiooduck. tlie llev. l)r. , of rhilad.lpliia, 

I- •■-I- 7. -Ii>>. 

"\Villiani.liv.dat Sluer^'cot. 2. L'.r,; Jenks, .Ten niial). 3. 170. 

land -rianted to. 2. L'.',.-): s'.vore the Kev. WiUian:. j. readied in Batli, 
fealty to the Duke of York. 4. ^ 2. 2-27: a ].ioicss(.r in r,o%vdoin 
1221; signed tlie j.eiition to Mass., : Colleue. 2. l'l7; liisojunion of .Mtc 
5. LMO: mentioned. 2. 104. I of Toplianr.-^ eolonv. 3. i->.-, : Ids 
Jane, an Indian, lier declaration. 3. nunioir of Dr. Ahiel U.dmcs 2. 
27-2.^. 11 a: s. Iso. 
the. arrived at ]!o>ton. i. IsO: ear- Jennens. Al.raliani. one of tlic pai- 
ned Avine to Pentagoet. 7. oU. entees of New Knohnid. 5. ICO; 
Jane's gully. 3. 1(;4/,. j one of the first to estalili.-h a li^]I- 
point, 3. lol, 147. 1 ii.o- plantation. 5. U;0: pureliased 
spniia. 3. 101. 1 p,„j1_ ^ !-,,_ J,,,;, eonmii-need a 
Japane.se. the. 6. 22:1. | plantation at Monheuan. i. .".0: 5. 
Jaques, sf<; Jae.iues. I 170. otiurwise eonneeted with 
Jarvis, Leonard. I. II: 7. 474. , j the liistorv of Maine 5. 17o; 
Jay. 2. If,:]; 4. ;;:j'.i. :l4o. :U1. ::<;:). i father-iu-la'w of Mos.s (,o,,dvear, 
John, 6. :J;>^; 7. 1G:J, 270; 8. 10, 11, i i..-;,C/,: 5. 170. 17o»: soUl Moid.e- 
■'-• j <ran to Alworth and Elhiidjie, 5. 
point. 2. ir,7: 3..^;l:;: 4. 109. | 171: ,oeeived a deed from tlie 



Jav's treaty. 2. :.".'4: 8. \-J. 1^,. 



("oiHK-il of Plymouth. 5. li^S; scut 



Jean, Aiic;u>tine. f^ee Gu.-tin. John. John Brown to Anuriea. 5. 101. 

Jellerds. Francis. i.24'.»: 3. Icu,,. | Ambrose, one of the patentees of 

the Rev. .Samuel, cned. i. :;4S. ::;40: i New Enirland. 5. ICO: one of the 

graduated from Harvard ( .dletre, ; lirst to establish a lishiui: planta- 

1.340; mini>ter at 'Wells, i. :j40. | tion. 5. If,'.). 

-j^-'; 5- I'v. I Jutlith. married Moses (ioodvoar, 5. 

Mr. , of FalmoutJi, 3. ICO),; 7. 1 1711, 17u„. 

--^- ■ Jcnner. the Kev. Thom.n^. preached 
Jefferies, David, owned the laml now at ^aco. i. ici/i. ."j4."j. .")47: 3.11- 
covered by Bath. 2. 202; brou<rht ! asked to get a minister for Tasco,' 
. an action to obtain his land, 2. , i.lOl/,: meddled with the Church 
2ii2; one of the Pejepscot pro- j of En-land. i. .o4.->; letter to John 
prietors. 3. :]i'l: 7. I'.k;; 8. 209h. 1 Wintbrop, i. .o47: 3. lO-n.l.-):}; 
trancis, i. -yJl. I arrived at Saco. i. .'.47/;: came 
Jeflerson. the people of refused to from Koxburv. i. .■.47/< ; moved to 
compromise with the Kennebec Wevinouth. i'. o47,< : a lepn .<.nta- 
Purchasers, 2. 201: ordoreu to re- i tivt- i. r,47: returned to Em:lan<]. 
bnquisb thtir rights to the state. , i.547//: accused f leeves of fnr- 
2. -j'-y^: mentioned, g. l:;4. , p,.,.v. 3. 40: autograjdi ol. 1.044. 
Tboma.-. the autlior of article viii, i Jeniiers. Tliomas. ^ l.ioprietor at 
in the constitution of Maine. 7. • PenKiquid. 5. ;)n2. 
241; mentioned, i. 40S: 5. 140; : Jenness. Joiin.s.. his Lsles of .Shoals 
fl7^' .^7. 0C«. >r,0: 7.41:;: 8. 11. cited. 9. Ml.^,). 
t>(. O.s. i'!",); g. ]7;;, -4.-,. -j^r,, Jcnninirs. .seip Jennens. 
the Pev. Thomas, pnaciied at .Scar- • Jeremv .<(iuam. delinitiun of, 4. ISO- 
borough. 3. ICl ; dismissed, 3. 101. i l!)0. 
Jeffrey. 5. Ivw. i .Scpiam bay, 3. :)00n. 
George, 3. ;].^0. 412; 6. 2.^-.; auto- .s.jnam ish'nid. 4. :j:;0, ;J:;i. 

grajdi of 6. L'.'i.'A Jerking venison, mode of, i. 'j'/.ln. 

— -^, sohi hind to Capt. Davis 4. Jersey.s. the, 5. 1;jl'. 

, „'^'^^^- I Jersey, tlie i.rison ship. 2. 24-;. 

Jellreys, George. Eonl. 5. -C^. 1 Jerusalem, 9. :'/.::,. 

Gregory, signed the i^elilion to Jcs.^epir-k.'.^ir Th-mias Gate- at. 2. 20- 

Gromwel!. i. :;;..-,. i Jesuit College at Pome. 8. :>^r.;. 

r«rol. Domiel. S. 2I0rt. j llelations, the, cited, 7. Zon, 4iu, 

A\iilK>.m, 2. 47/., 4^, 40. 310^ 



140 MAINE IIISTOIUCAL SOCir.TY. 

Jesuits, the. sont to Port lloyal. i. i pintle, i. 14"^. 3'">0; oriirin of tl- 

'■'''' 7- -'^ ■ '■' "'"- "'-'-: r.;.v.\,l to ii.ii.k , i. It.-; _i,i.iiu<.u m .]<i\.:j 

Mount Miuisvll. I. Li'i-^T. '-'ilic 7. Tviil;'. i. 14X: nttackt-d I'y Indiuii-. 

•J8: disludi^fcl by Ai;i:dl. i. '21 : i. '-2-i: (.ictupicd by I'lHiiKi:. :. 

did not at;ico ^vi:ll I'outriniiturt. oOV-^iiO. 

1.4:2'.': g.\'><: f<d!.nvod by otlurs. JoY>-ott. Aaron, sent to dlifiiii n inir. 

I. 4L'U-4;;0: landcil nt the I'rnol)- istor. 3. 1')',': ororti'd a mill -. 

scot and KidtS(]uit. i. ;;4i)-;;4i>/i ; 107: bio^injdiioal notice •.>f. 3. 1'i.. 

8.0:.':'.: cnuitcd the Iricndslii]! i>f tlic lion. A. (;.. S. 472. 47.;. 

tlie Indians, i. 4'U: convrrtcd the llcvCalcli. 2. 147. 

Moniberton. i. 4.')1 : their policy, , of t'ajie Ann. 4. oL*2. 

1. 4.'1l': inlliunccd tlie Imlians .lewetr's neck, 5. 4'.". 

airainst the Kiiub^h. 2. H'.^. \<'>'.\ Jews. 6. 147; on i;!uloe Island, 4. 20''; 

iki; 5. 17."). -'>\. -'.""'../, ■_'S4: 6. I'iVJ: 6. 2-s. 

7. 4.">. .js-.jii; 8. •_".'■-: ainonir tlie Jhone, of Casco bay, p:nve a deed to 

Molia\Yks, 5. V'l : debased relii^'ion. (icor_Lre Mnnjoy. i. .>>:!. 

5. 17.">, 170.1. 177. 241': became tlie Jo. a Piu'wacket Imiian. 4. I."!"*. 

Leads of Indian tril>es. 5. 17."i: Job, Colonel, an In'iian. taken pri-- 

character of, 5. 17o-17i', 170)1 ; oner 7. :;_'i'i: (li> <1. 7. "C''. 

aw.akened tlie Indians to war. 5. Jol)e. M.. i>atcnt irranied to. 9. -Vio. 

170; carried captive.^ tu Viriiinia, Jocelyu, Abii;ail. 3. 0>n. 

5. 179; their infamy. 5. 1'.'4. 20'.); Abraham, In-other of Henry. 3. 07; 

secured rbe conT'i.->ions of Imiiaiis lived at lUack Point. 3. 'm: la.'ii 

before battle. 5. 272: c<>nsecrated granted to. 3. 07; ci.niveyfd land 

tiie tomahawk that was t'> e.xter- to Se()ttow. 3. t;7. OS, IP'. ; .site of 

miuate the Enc'lish. 5. -^7^: led Ins house, 3. 07-08; irrant from 

tlie In<1iaus at the desrructirm of Cleeves, 3. OS: mr>ved to Boston. 

tlie Port at Pemaijuid. 5. 1^72; 3. 08: his children, 3. i)>,, ; lived 

named the Canuabas. 5.027: trans- at Hin,i;ham, 3. 0~>«; overseer for 

lated the Lord's prayer. 5. 4l'7: Scottow, 3. 110. 

anumix the Xorridgrwoeks. 6. i;;;4: Abraham, son of A l)rahain. 3. OSn 

in constant cominunii-atiou with Anna, daiiixhter of Ileiu'y. 3. 0^;i. 

the Imiiaiis of Maine. 6. s:,'': Anne (Tyrrell). 9. ■j]2/(. 

ppiritual and teini'oral advisers diaries, son of Ueury, 3. I'-^x. 

of the Indians. 6. 2.;s: sent to Henry 1st, fatlier of J?ir Thomas. 9. 

Detroit. 6. i.'7^'': dispersed. 7. 2s ; ?A2. 

protectt'd by Taratouan. 7. 44; Ilenry 2d. son of Sir Thomas, i. SS,-' ; 

one with Col. DonuMn. 7. 4S; seat- 2. ij^u: 3. 2.')/(. '■)■]: 9. '-'A-Ju: the 

tered over Xew France, 7. .")S; date of his arrival in Nev.- I'.nirland. 

Jealous of Protestants, 7. .';>. 59; 3. o-l; moved to Black Point, 3. 

stimulated the Fiench governors 13, ;30, S'>. o.jh; the principal man 

against the English, 7. ."^S; the . of the place, 3. -OO. iJ-'J-OO; site oi 

only instructors in Canada. 7. -oO; ! Ids house, 3. 107. l-"i7; engaged 

olttained the election of Fronte- in exploring tlie country. 2. f'lS: 3- 

uac as governor. 7. ■"/.': great in- o4, :j4/( ; intended to settle at Xev.- 

fluence over the Indians. 7. .S2; ichwannock. 3. '■)'>: rcLived ^ 

met Bashaba, 7. 97. I'S; tried to deed from r'ammo.k. i. 47: 3; 

j«revent the ImUans from meeting 200; took i)ossession. i.47: resided 

Sliirley, 7. los; their influence with Cammock.. 3. -'jo: m:irried 

over the king of France, 8. :j21- Margaret Cammock, i. 47-4.'^: 3. 

322; at Port Royal. 8. 3l'2: Bian- 13, O."^; legatee of Cammock, 3. 

court ojiposed tlieir nu'ddliug. 8. 13, 3.'i, 231 ; conveyed land to .Scot- 

322; Sent to Kadesquit, 8. 323; tow, i. 4.s; grants to settlers.^ 3. 

mentioned, 5. 141; 9. 103. 35, 3.5>(, OS, OSk. 70, 77. 7'^. 231- 

Jesus Christ claimed as a Frenchman, 232; 5. 9o, 90; visited by h\< 

I. 2^7/1 I brother Jidin, i. 50, 7''i: 3. ^5. 8^. 

Jewell, George, lived at Saco. i. 14S; ' 90; 9.209; lived at Bla.k Point, 

gave his name to .Jewell's i.-^lanil, i. 50. 02;(, 15>/i. 173, 175. 177. 19?- 

I. 14S: flied.i. 14S. ' 199, l('9/(, 220. 2-:0: 2. 7- '. 7'.t^!: 3- 

Pichard, si^rned the petition to ; 322/(; g. 20'.': at Pis<:ai i'!u:i, i- 

Charles 11, i. 401. i 52y(: 3. 1.3; in the case of Cleeves 

Jewell's islaiid, within tlie limits of r-s. AVint.r, i. 54, 535; his depo- 

ancient Falmouth, i. 145; some- 1 sition concerning Cleevo. i. •'!- 

times called Donnell's island, i. C2: came from Piscataqua. i. 0-.: : 

145; purchased Ijy ilenry Don- agent for (iorges and M.isoii. i. 

Hell, I. 14-:>; used us a lisuiiig , G;i/(, 5 )s; 3. 34, 39; at .baco, i. 02/i, 



HsDKX TO COLLECTIONS. 



Ill 



541; counselor, i. I'^d. S4; 3. •>"; 
coininis^innor. i. >S. lUo, 1"''.'. 1T">, 
:'!(>4, :■>>(> .li"'" :'■<< 'vu- ^ •'.'!•.?; 3. 
2.), 30. .-JT, 41'. 44. 4:., 4<. 40: 5. -JoO; 
sui>iH>noil tlio title of CiorLrt-'s i, 
i'."); tleputy govonior, i. ".'.'i, ;',(',>; 

2. 7".'a; 3. 4'.': opiutsed the 011- 
cioachnu'iit^; of M;i.>s.. i. lui'. l:)T. 
170, ]8:;, r."i. ]'.'>: 3. -'.i. 4it, 4t. 
4-"), .")!; .suimniined to MpiHMr at 
(.oiiit. I. lu2. 171: 3. 44. 4.">: dis- 
cliar^'L'd. 3. 4">: iiot allowed to 
hold a (.■oint, 3. 4~^: invtsred with 
magistratial powris. i. lt'7: 2. 
Goa, 7'.'fT; 3.4>;. ."0: accused Tliorp 
of preaclnn<;" unsound doitrinrs. 
I. Itilji; 3. 1">4: ilijuity for Si-ar- 
borouf^li, I. If.;]; 3. ',:>: hold a 
court at Scarborou^ih. i. HWJ: an 
associate, i. 104. 10"); refused to 
take oath of otUee. i. 107; a justiee 
of the peace, i. 177. l^-'./(. l^-J. I'.hi; 

3. 56; 5. oO, :!'^. '■''.>: 6. ;;(i: sub- 
mitted totlie.iuiisdlction of Mass., 
I. 180, r.Hj. ;jm;: 3. 40: reason for 
his submission. 3. 41 : piotested 
afraiust the resumption of Mass. 
jurisdiction, i. I'.'O: 3. .")U--'j] : did 
not conceal hi.s dislike of Mass., 
3. oO-ol; imprisoned, i. I'Min: 
not to be presented, 3. ."j4: sus- 
tained great losses, i. r.»0-iu7. 
2U0: accused of renouncing the 
authority of Mass.. 3. b'>: dis- 
ai>peared from eivil ;iI1:ui"s. i. I'.iS; 
3. 05, lO'.i,/; eause ol his opposi- 
tion to Mass.. I. I'.is; endjarrassed, 
I. ID'S; morlgaged his property. 
I. I'JS; driven from l^lnck i'uint, 
I. 10S-1'.»'.>, V.Khi. i'L''l: nent to 
I'emaquid. i. V.^'.hi : 3.0.': 5. i':',!;;/ ; 
held othce under Amiros. i. l\)'j,i; 
died, I. K''.'/*: dare and ]dace of 
his death uui/ertain. 3. h ''.'/( : en- 
gaged in the setllemt'ut aw the 
Shecpsc<jt, I. \'.''.hi: no record of 
his issue, i. \u'.',i\ autograph of, 
I. lH'.t/(; appealed to for help. i. 
220; sent Jkirrouulis" letter to 
Pendleton, i. ul'l'.i; surreii l^red 
Black INtint to Mult'j:, i. l'-J''-; 3. 
108; treaclieronsly lelt by the set- 
tlers, 3. lOS: why lie was deserted, 
3. lO'J; letter to Scottow, 3. lu'.'; 
councelo)-. i. ;!40, u70: at Cleeves, 
court. 1.547; demanded by what 
right Cleeves held a court, i. 54s ; 
oidered Cleeves to submit to the 
authority of (ioiges. i.54S; a rep- 
resentative for fiorires, 1.54.S; ae- 
oised of trying to murder the 
people of Lygonia, i.51'.f: judge, 
3. 41, 4".i; his eliaracter. 3. 42. 41, 
45, G5; his services for Mass., 3. 
4S; held three oliices at on<; time, 
3. 40; sustained by the peoi>le, 3. 



51-5:?: to adnnnister oaths, 3. 57; 
met the Mass. commissimu is, 3. 

r,v -.M^ ,;0; ♦,, , TMili t 1 •■-JU' V, it!i 

Mass.. 3. i;i-0-_': turned oif t'.ie 
bench. 3. O-".. O.jj); went to I'ly- 
mouth. 3.<>5, ln,'^-10'.>; oveiseer of 
(dies Kul)erts' will. 3. 77: hieh- 
ard Moore his tenant. 3. 77: sold 
land to Slieldon. 3. 7> ; leaded tlie 
farm of lUuroughs. 3. sj ; ;,js 
house a gairisou. 3. lo7. llo: 
erected a corn mil! at Idaek I'oinr, 
3. H)7: lease to LSartlett. 3. s)]- 
!';;■_'; arrested Purchase. 3. ;',ij2, 
o'-V2: appointed by the \e\\ York 
government to settle llie ilisputes 
of the lishermen, 5. 17-ls: io !_ive 
advice concerning the Indians. 5. 
ol ; letter from lJrt>i'khoHs. 5. 5>- 
5;i: asked to settle at Pemaciuid, 
5. '2')[>: mentioned, i. .j1, ',14. '.'-^. 
W, lo--'. 5:34; 3. (j-ht. 07. 71;(. 11-': 
5. M2. 44, 40, (57, 08; 9. ;;i;j/(, Li55, 
oO:;. 
Henry od. son of Abraham, i. lOOfi; 
married Abigail tjtoekluidL^e, i. 
100/(: 3. OS/i; children of. i. r.i'.wt; 
lived at tjcituate, 3. t'l'^a. 
Henry 4th. son of Henry ;]d, 3. OSn. 
Jabez. 3. 0>». 
Jenuma. 3. ij<ii. 

John, visited his brother Henry, i. 
50. 70», n.'!: 2. 04": 9. 2ii'.i; at 
Black Point. 3. i:]. :;ti. s5. sO, >7. 
00; son of .'sir I'homas. i,,ss,(: iiis 
account of the (lis>ati?.faciion in 
Elaine, i. 177»: at Boston, 3. vo. 
ps; iuiiirobable stories l(dd l>y. 3. 
87-80, IHJ, '.il-'.jL': at Kiciimond's 
island, 3. Oo: some allowance to 
be mule for his statements, i. 
107; his credulity, 3. 02-'.'.J; his 
descriptions of the Indians, 3. '.':)- 
' 90; on tile customs of the people, 
3-07: returned to England, i.5.iO„; 
3. 08; time taken to make the 
voyage. 3. 08: 5. 2^4; his opinion 
of Boston. 5. '-'■'>'■'>: a naturalist, 9. 
2]i): LongfeUow's notice of. 9. 2!"; 
vi.-ited the White Mount. nns. 9. 
210-211; mentioned, 5. .']:J: his ac- 
count of Two Voyages to New Kng- 
lanil, a rare book, 3. s5/(: the 
value of, 3. ••^5, 00: cit( d, 1. 1^'.'. -d, 
50, 55, 57, 5.S, 8;!, 158, 17-;- 174, 
184, l'.iO-107, 200, 202, 5.')0-55l.': 2. 
50. 04. 72. 7s; 3. lO-Ji. ID/-, liO. .JO, 
:J7, 50. O.-j, 72, 85, .^0. lO:]. 14i'. 14.;, 
157, 107: 4. 2:;: 5. b^s. •_':;•_'. •_':;5: 
6.18?>, 1-5; 7. l-15u; 8. :;io; 9. -juO, 
:H:5. -.-A-Ui. 
Joseph, 3. OS/;. 
Keziah, 3. 0>/i. 
Mary, 3. 0>//. 
Nathaniel. 3. OSn. 
Bebecca, 3. 0>/i. 



142 MAINK IIISTOKICAL SOClKT-i . 

Jocelyii-"-ciintin\i('(l. I a Scotoh family. 6. li). 

Tlu'inas. 3. f.xi. Alfxauti.T. ou'tlio Slii'r]>scot fans;; 

Sir TluMM-K ili'i.titv oov'"'"'>'" T. ' o. 1 ■'"_)".", 

73/*; tominissi.ni.'r. I. S<: 2. T)'.!'/; Jclm. IIi>ti.i-y of IJrist.il. Uriin, ., 

dctlim-.l ;m oiiirc. i. >s : uvwr and 1\ maqiiid ciicd. c;. I'Ti,,; -"' 

visited Ai:u lira. I. >^;( : failicr of I.;-'/i. l-'.'.//; 8. is:,,,. i^--„. |'..|,' 

Hoiiry and .li'lm. i. ss;i : 2. l^,i: Ins John I'icrci', rli.tliwoik.-r 

3. !':>,/. ;;:;; to orL:ani/a> a u'ovi-i n- and tlio I'lyniouth rat.nt. 9. i;."'-' 

nu'ut for ?*[ainf. 2. t<ii: 3. ;!4: 1l'.'). 

lived in ]\tut. 3. .■.;.'-:M : at tlio Xatlianiel, S. -^f!'). 

head of (.oi-^s' pm-crnnuMd, 9. Sarah, niairicl I'^lward K.nr. s 

3l2,:nj,i: liio>,^raj.lnral notice of, 4(,!0; doatii of. 8. Ml. 

9. .";i2)(-:J !;;,(: n-ientiouL'd, 2. GSa: : Jonas, tlio, btdoiiaed to I'oniiincoiiir. 

3- -'l"- 7. I'Ol; her coinini;- announeed. 7. 
Jocelyn's liill. owned )>y Abraliani 'JiU. 

Joeelyn. 3. l'T. 07; donv Seottow's Jones. Ueniamin. deposition of. 8. .",111. 

liiH,3-'M- ; Daniel. 4. L'Ul, L'iii>. 

Johanna, the. 8. V.>2. • fannly, the, i. li^S/i. mO".. 

Juhu, a ]iiisoner .inion^ the Indians, the Kev. Elijah, 2. l-_'4. rj.",. 127. l_'■^ 

4- l"'"'- I Ephraim. land j,n-antiM| t.p. 2. l'^1. 

I. of Enuiand, 7. :>0. 1 Capt. lehahod. 2. iM.l; 3. 1-); 4.;;.-,i. 

IV, of roitu,-;al. 6. li'-2. I22n. j Isaac, came to Falmouth, i. i'.',;.; 

Aii^iustin. srp (Jusrin. .lojm. | purchased Lind of Thomas Cloicc] 

Capt. 3. 407. 4()n. 41-1. 411, 412. I I. I'.V.i. 

bheeiK-eot. 3. -.j'.h). j Israel. 8. il. 

the, I. l'i7/i. John, of Enc;iand. marrird th;- 

the, anived at Sal^em with French granddau,i;hterof Jerenuah ia_'L'.-, 

I'rotestants. i.-J,in. , i. -jtH). 

the Baptist. 4. 14li. John, of Falmouth, purchased lan.l 

Johuson, the Kev. Alfred, 2. 113, 115. ' of Thomas C'loice. i. -J.")'.!: lived u:i 

Benjannn. 2. Il'S. . the Xeck. i. ^.Jlt, 3l'1. 

Edward, justice of the peace, i. 177; John, prepared a m.ap of the K>u- 

to inquire into the stati; of Fort nebec river. 4. 4.J. 4.'.: employe! 

Loyal, i.2C,hn: adeputy. i.3f,7: re- by the Piynioutli Comnaiiv. 4.'!:;: 

corder. I. 3,1: signed the petition lived at Pownalboro. "4. 4:',; it.-.- 

lo Cromwell. i.3;i4; a magistrate, prisoned for beim;- a r..valist. 4. 

2. n3'/; mentioned. 9. 3^1'. ' 43; escaped to (,)ueber. 4. 4.; 

Edward, of Woburn, his Wonder made a major. 4. 4:j ; to.ik ('ii;irl< s 

Working Providence cited, 2. 7, Cashing prisone;-. 4. 4], 4."^: ro- 

5U; 5. 144«. turned to Kennelx'c 4. 43; divd 

father-iadaw of Stephen Grindle, 6. at Augusta, 4. 43, 4"/: Iii< personal 

lb5. j appearance, 4. 4.j; his lucknanie. 

Francis, i. 04/,. r.^l; 5. .«S. j 4. 4:,: his character. 4. 4.-.. 

Ichabod. killed. 4. :::^7. • | John, of Scarborouirli, 3. -J-.'l ; bi- 

Cai)t. Isaac. 2. l:;.j; 5. ijlin. 1 ographical notice of, 3. 213. 

Jolm, 8. •.'!). ! John C, 3. isij. 

Gen. Ji>hu. 9. I'.d, 192, 1113, lOG, 197. Joseph. 8. ;;ul. 

Jothan, 5. .■;i;i,i. j Nathan. 8. 9. 10. 

Margaret. 2. i'tJ4. j Xathauiel, i. 128n. 

Samuel, 9. 7. Phineas, married Ilo-lgo. i. 

Samuel, M.I).. 5. ;;o2. (■.4»; received a deed from M- 

the Kev. .Samuel. Account of the IIodLT'', i. i'lin. 12^ii; purcha>' I 

Settlements on the Sheepscot land of Uenjandn Ingcrsoll, 1.31 '. ; 

river, 2. 22'.t-232. a surveyor, 3. UV.hi. 

Sarah, married to Jonathan Green- Simeon. 2. 12."). 

leaf, I. ;]."j2u. Stephen. 3. 179: 7. 3"0. 

Phineas, prec'iitor at IIami)deu Tiiomas. si-ned the petition t.> 

Academy, 8. lo7-lG-?; his salary, Cromwell, i. :','X). 

8- l'J7. Thomas, died on shipboard. 3. '^'■• 

Tliomas, 8. .^19/i; engraved a map Capt. Thomas, of the .M iyllo\\- r. 

for the Plymouth Company, 8. 124. briber!. 8. L'(jl. 

Col. ,9.19;;. I William, of Portsmouth, fnrnislc^i 

iladam , 4. ■.y.'j2. j supplies for Machias. 3. 17s, 

, 5. 141, 199. William, a printer. 2. 7-"). 

Jolmston, a name given to Pemarpud, • Sir William, i. 41b: his opinion '■■ 

5. 102; 6. 2.J. j Gorges" and Mason'.s patent, I.49- 



IXnr.X TO COLLFXTIONS. 



143 



8. mr.. 140)1. 
of Cnnann. 4. 



•">'.•: 



. of .Machias. 6. in:;. 

tiie Misses, of I'ortlan.l. 6. ]:Vj-i;^:i 

, CMHisiii of till-' J;ov. I'aul ( 'ofiin, 

Ml. 
Joiu's" eddy on tlio Koiiiu'Ium". by R. 
H. (iardiiior. 4. •41-4'.i; atti-nijit to 
luiiM a city at. 4. -i-]; a map of 
nia-1o by .loliu Joiu'.s. 4. l:'.. 4'J; 
dosipneil to bo a siapoit, 4. 4G: 
a<xent resided at, 4.41;; l)usiness 
pooi)le not attnirled to, 4. 47: 
passed out of the hamls (jf tlie 
Yau.^liau family. 4. 17: atteni])t 
to make it a place of entry. 5. 
S-'^l; wliarf built at. 7. lisi: meu- 
tioned. 2. '21-). 21''i. 
Joiiny Mack's hill. 4. L'7n. 

Jor'iaiTi. . 5. 40. 42-4o. 

Jurdaine, a turmer way of spellinf; 

.Toi'daii, I. 'J'-'Aii. 
Jordan, a familiar name in Great 
Britain, i. '2-]4n: dill'erent ways of 
S])ellinLr it, i. 'J-Un. 

Dominicus 1st, conveyed Great 
Cliebeag to Walter Gendall. i. 
142, 147: a son of Robert, i. i:j2. 
312; lands conveyed to in his 
father's will, 1. l'.'Il". .'..'rJ: killed. 
I. 2:;4, :-)12: his family carried to 
Cana(la, i.2-"]4, :}12: marriei.l llan- 
nah Tristram, i. :::'.4. ;l!2: his de- 
scendants, i. l'-'j4. :!1:^: his family 
the only one ^vllo remain in Maine, 
i.20")((: trustee for Falmouth, i. 
271, 5")4, ')'}■')•, lived at .'s]iurv,ink, 
I. :;21; signed the petition to 
Cliarles ir. i. 402: ]ii> i^arrison, 3. 
l:J7/i; mentioned, 4. 147, 14~^. 

Dominicus 2d. carried a prisoner to 
Canada, i. 2:14. :'.]■_': esraped. i. 
2;>4, :J12: an important man in his 
town, I. 2:]4, ;]12; died. i. 2:U: a 
son of Dominicus. i. ;J12: date of 
his birth, i.;J12: resided at Trois 
Rivieres, i.:3l2: ancestor of many 
now livin;^, i.-'JlL': iM:)m[)r<:unised 
the Jordan claim, i. 14i'. , 

Dominicus :;(1. land in .Spurwink 
still owned by, i. L':]:J-2.'i4 ; his 
nickname, i.2-j;i. 2:;">: died. r. 2;;4. 

Dominicus 4th, deatli of, i. S-ii'yi); 
Ins children, i. :i'.','iii: married 
Susanna Simontmi. i. ■s'-')>t. 

Elizabeth, dauu'hter of Dnminicns, 
married IIum]>hiey Srammon, i. 
?,12; her jtosterity, i.;;i;;. 

Elizabeth, wife of Rol>ert. conveyed 
land to Robert Elliot, i. S-J'). 

Hannah, dau^^liter of Dominicus, 
married Joseiili Galef, i. ;il2; 3. 
20!*. 

Ilannah. wife fif Dominicus, taken 
captive, i. C12; returned, i. ol2. 



Jedediah. land conveyed to in liis 
fatlier's will, i. -J.l-J. ')')-2-'>'>'.\ : a 
son of R'ubirf. i. 2:'.2, ;;21 ; lived 
at S])urw ink. i. .JJl. 

Jeremiah 1st, enn\eyed lireat Che- 
beai: to \Valter (;> ii>!:dl. 1. 147: a 
son of Robert, i. 2;;^'; signed the 
petition to Charles 11. i.-i'i2; be- 
quests in his fatlur's will. i. .'j.j;J. 

Jeremiah 2d, i. -'.l',fi. 

John, received Rieiimond's island 
from his father. i.41;(: a sou of 
Robert. i.2';2: marrieil Elizabeth 
Stileuiau. i.2-';:'>: a justiceat I'em- 
atpiid. I. '2-)'>n. oM, "i')-: resided 
at ];iehmonirs ishmd. i. 'S'.'ur, 
signed the petition to Rradstreet, 
i.2S:jh; lived at Simrwink. i.;ji:l; 
signed the petition to Ch ules 11, 
I. 402: bequest in his father's will, 
I. .'j.")2. 

Mary Ann. carried into captivity, i. 
;]12: named Arabella, I. :J)2; mar- 
ried and never returned, i. ;;i2. 

Nathaniel, settled in Falmouth, i. 
.j12; his estate divided, i. '■]['■',. 

proin-ietors, i. 4>"s, 48-4'.'. '>i'>. .",7. 

Robert, of Meleomb, married aEitz- 
l>en. I. li:]);, 2;;4/i. 

Robert, son of Robert of Meleomb, 
married a Cokers. i. •_':;4;i. 

Robert, of Maine, ileeded Ricli- 
monil's island to Ids son, i. 41; 
his daughter-in-law is supposed 
to have destroyed the Trelaynej' 
papers. i.4l'j): arrived in America, 
1. -OS, ■_':j4/i : 6. 1^2: successor to 
Gibson. I. •";-•; 5. iM': lan<l award- 
ed to, I. •";>: marrieil a daughter 
of John Winter, I.5S, 2:i2: 6. i;;s; 
his testimony relating to ^lac- 
worth. I. 70/(: controversv con- 
cerning the title of Fore river, i. 
74; referee in the case of Cleeves 
vs. Winter, i. 74, -'.'An; executor 
of the estate of John Winter, i. 
!i8. 2;J2h. y:]-"), -j-jS; opposed the 
encroachments of Mas.-., i. I02, 
1:j7, 170; 3. 44. 4.j: sumimjned to 
a]ipear before tlie commi>sioners. 
3. 44. 4"^; committed to i>ii>on. i. 
102. 6. 18.">; to ajqiear at the York 
court, I. lt>2. 171: lived in Fal- 
mouth and spurwink, i. lo.",. 114, 
1>0;(, L'lO, :i<)\ 3.44; 6. l.js: sub- 
nntted to the jurisdiction of Mass., 
I. IO."j. 18:-3, :;><;; ctnirt hebl at his 
liouse, I. lOy, i:].'i, u<>: 3. Ki, 4-';- 
40; a commissioner, i. lo-'-. l'/.», 
101, 175, ;;'-'^, ■>'■': 2. 2;;2-2;;;]; 3. 

2:3; 5.1^:11): had ma;ji-terial powers, 
I. 107: 2. 04-': an I'piscopaJian, i. 
los, 2:;2, 2:J.'.//. i'i.l': 3. 21, 04; 8. 
2\)ln: censured lor exercising his 
religion, 1. Kj^, 101-102, I'.is, r02; 
conveyed laud to Joseph I'liipjicu 



144 MAIXR IIISTOKICAL SOCIETY. 

Jordiui. Kobort — ooutiiraoil. I . injunc-tion of Clcevos, i. .'4'^; :ic- 

aiiil Sampson IVnlev, i. ]:''.0; one rusod of non-piuirnnisni. i..',>- 

ot «>>....)-;. .f ;-,.,,,.;,.;.,.-: OM <■•<-,, ;>'•'".> v-!:c:v !-• \\•:^■^. i.:,r,-; c! 

liviT. 1. ]:jO; ounvcvetl l;inii ti> ISS; pronohoil ;it Spurwink. 3. iji. 

Tlionns Sfuiiford :iuil lialpli ' 04; called t<> account. 3. tU : 6. l^.'i- 

TuiiKT, I. l-M; held laiui at Spur- l-Sti: troubled Henry Watt-. 3.^']- 

Avink. I. b'.i^: (K'siixd to t \ti n 1 1 2"J; jinlLi'e in LvLTouia. 3.-!!: V']i- 

liis posessi')ns, I. ]:U): involveil in veyed land to .M.uliver, 3-74; t > 

a ijuarreMvitii (_'lee\ «.•>, I. ].;•), i:',-j; MeKinney, 3. >:!/( ; to Dearini^. 3. 

antliorizod ti> (K'ee.py 1 md >'U tiie l.'i''.t: his d;iu,Lrliter nrn ried .Ii>s>-p:\ 

V'resuniii.-i-itt. I. l.'M; adilr.--- tn (-'aire. 3. l''i','; his baptismal font, 5. 

the people of Ca>c<.. i. loO-bli; , 174; 6. l<i".)i; a friend of Kldrid're. 

covenant made with .John Phil- 5. •_':;n; a>ked tn settle at ]\']]\- 

lips, I. i;)l; a witness airainst aquid. 5. -J'l'.i: 6. l^'.i; i>riibaii;v 

Cleeves, i. l'V2: Mitton conveyed ordained at Kxeter. 6. 1>l': a wel- 

land to, I. I'-'/J; Ch eM's bronuht corned laborer. 6. 1^."'.; seetariari 

an action ai;ainst, i. l-]., b>. 1',';]; spirit strouLT again>t, 6. Im'., 1^7- 

basis of tlie case. i. \'-'>'2: jnilu'- : ISJ^; relieved by the order of 

ment rendere'l for. I. bv): diil not ' Charles 11,6. b'^S; extent of ins 

appear at the general court, i. ; ministerial care, 6. 1>S; only min- 

b;4: Cleeves" second petition ister in I'ortland. 6. IM'; ini'U- 

against, i. b']4-b'.7: ri'suU uu- ' tioned. i. 7'"i. i'8, 'J'.t; 2.(57; 5. 17'i, 

known, i. 107; set up a g<vcern- 6. r,ii'; 7. :.'-_'0. 

nient in the nam'' of rrorp.es. i. Ibibert Jr.. sou of Kobert. i. 2'-V2, 

]:j7: his controversy inconven- oiil; lived at Spurwink, i. :\-2: 

ienced tlie people, i. 140-14t: sold conveyed laud to Nathaniel Fryer, 

laud to Geo. .Munjoy an 1 Nicholas ' i. i'33; lived at Great island, i. 

Mitton, I. 141-14:.'; never oceii- ' 2S-'>ir. gave a deed to Robert i;'- 

pied land north (>l the Fore river. liott, i. 'S-'i'm; mentioned, i. I'-Ji'; 

I. 142; autograph of. i. ]4i'. 20:b(. o"/J. 

fled from Falmouth, i. 142; his Roger, 4. o^T). 

controver.sies revived Tiy his grand- Samuel, son of Dominicus. i. 312: 

children. 1.142; his >ons conveyed his posterity still in Maine, i.. '!!:;. 

Great Chebeair ti; Waiter Gendall. Samuel, sou of Kobert. i. 232. :'.•_'! : 

I. '.47; accused .John Tliorjie 01 conveyed Great Cheliea^' to \\',d- 

preaehing unsound doctrine, i. ter Gendall, i. 147: liveil ar Si'tu- 

KjIh: 3. bj4: 6. ISM; imprisoned wink, i.:;2l: signed the petition 

for baptising children, I.1G2. 1-^1; to Charles 11. i.4t)2; beqin-st,-, in 

3.44: 8. 2'.*4/r. discharged, 3. 4.j; his father's will, i. "j.'rJ, o.jo. 

held a court at Scarborouuh, i. : Samuel, interpreter, 3. . 3(52, :-372. 373. 

lt'>;;: an associate, i. 104: chanros , 3S1, 3l>'.*. 413, 420; preferred hy 

against, I. 172; violent opposition ! the Indians, 3. .')"^1: signed the 

to, 1.172: commissioned by Arch- j treaty of 1717, 6. l'C,.:; autograph 

dale, I. 17-"): 3. -'2; justice" of the ' of, 6.''2'i2. 

peace, i. 177. l-'_'/i; lived at Itich- Sarah, widow of IJobert. land con- 

monds i.-land, i. 177: 6. 13>; vis- ' veyed to in her husband's will. i. 

ited by James Michiiiiori'. i. ISD: 232, o."32: lived at Newcastle, i. 

refused to conform to the laws of ^ 234n: tax paid. i. 323. 

Mass., I. 1'.'^; ordered to appear Mrs. Sarah, of Cape Pllizabeth. mar- 

at court for performing the mar- ried liildad Arnold, 4. :','i'>. 

riage ceremony, i. 1'.'^: his house Col. Tristram, lived at Saeo, 2. 13^; 

burned, 1.214: 6. 143-147, 1^'.»; came from Buxton, 2. 13S. 

moved to Great inland, i. 214; 6. Dr. , married Sarah IJartlett, 4. 

l>!i; liis family at I'i.scataqna. i. P.rio. 

217: did not return to Fahnouth. Miss , of ]>iddeford, 4. 270. 

I. 232; died at I'ortsmoutli. i. Widow , of Otistield. 4. 3.-)',t. 

232: 6. ]S'J; liis will. i. :.':;2, .J.",;.'; Jordan's claim, i. oC. .-,7. 

liis children, I. 232, 23.";/,, 312. 321 ; point, called .Ma(hegonne, i. (;r,n\ 

Ills charaeterand inlluenee, i.i'32- called Meeting-house i-oint, i. 

233; 6. 1S4-1S.-,, pio; birth of, i. '.'{in. 

23-!«; a surety foi- J'lii.iia.-r. i. Jordavne, ) ,- , ,,. , 

23b»; his petiti.m given in full. i. J,,r,lin, \'""r'" ''■'''>'^, "^ ^P'^»'"o^ 

530; report concerninLC the same. Jordon, ) ••''^^•'•'"' '• --*'i' 

I. ."j30; result of. i. .".4o-.->41 ; his Joseline, .<?r-^ Jocclyn. 

inventory of goods at Ki(dimond's Jose, Martin, biographical notice of, 

island and Spurwink, i. 04o; the 1 3. 213. 



IXDEX TO C0LLF.CT10X> 



1-15 



Martin jr.. 3. 21:":. 
.lo><."i>)i. boloDu'od to tlio I\'nriliS(\it-.;, 

5. JmI; muu (111 <>i. o. L'.iii. L'•":l^; 'in 
Iiniian. 4. IT-J. IT-'/; 6. ij.").;. 

Maria, an Iiili.in. 5. :'.T1, -m."). 

.lo'^liii. ste .Jocolyii. 

.I.xlyii Jo.<<'i>li. tva"!u'r at Munniourh 
Ai.-aiioiny, 8. IT I. 
see Jooelyu. 

.)o-selyn. Atiraham, a l)lai^ksmith at 
Soituato, I. 1 '.•;', i. 
si'f- Jocelyn. 

Jinibort, Sor'4i>ant . 8. •Ji'T 

.I>»urdaiiu', J.ihn. 5. •';■',. 

Jourilan. Cap;. IIimiiv, 9. .j.").;. 
Tiiom.i.*. 9. :',i'<.',. 

Journal of Atttck iijion the Slii;)s 
and Tr.iops of (i.n. .MrL^an ;iiid 
Capt. Mowau. 7. l-Jl-rji): .Journal 
of a Tour from I'.ii.xtou t.^ IMu':;- 
wackft. 4. iiT.'>: .lounral of a Tour 
from Hanover, 4. :_".»;1: .Journal of 
a Tour from Wells to ilie Con- 
uecticut river. 4. I'ol; Journ.il of 
a Tour to lihode Island. 4. -JUT: 
Journal of a Voyaue from iM.^um 
to the Penobscot river, 5. ;jt>;. 
of minoraloLry, 6. 4'i-<. 
of the Mass. House of Represent- 
atives, extracts from. 7. ITl-lTi'. 

Jubartes, i. .iO. 

Judith, the, 7. ;;20. 

.furnina\vay, 3. 40S. 

Junia. a slave who serveil in tlie War 
of the Revolution. 3. -204. 

Junkius House, the. 8. 2T'.». 

Jurisdiction of M.iss. over Maine, i. 
I'yJ: 3. ;>;. 42-t4. 4:]/*. 4:;-14, 4.->. 
4'j, 4G-4S. 71. 7i'. :;i7, ;3.jij; 5. 1^40 . 
7.202; see aUo Afaine and Miss. 

Jurymen, pay of. i- lo->; millage al- 
lowed, I. Oio. 

Justes, 5. S«. 

Kadesquit, a Jesuit mission founded 
at, i.4;]0/(; now Ban'.ior. r. 4.;'',(; 

7. 27; the .S a '.(a more of. 7. '.•7. '.'s. 
100: destination of a colony under 
La Saussaye. 8. ;;2.]: mentioned, 

8. o24, :yj')[ .■iee also Keriduskeau'. 
Kalar. , married the Rev. J. W. 

Starman, 5. 410. 
Kalni. cited, 5. 17">/). 
Kami-kwawanLTacliit, delinition of, 6. 

21:3; the vilhiLre of, 5. ■_'!:;. 

Kane, . of .sjieops'or. g. l;;2. 

Kauebekky rivi'r. .s'-e Kennebec. 

Kane's j>oint, g. l.Ji'. 

KanibaJs. the, same as tiie Abnakis, 

6. 21:^. 
Kanibas. the, 6. 212. 
Kansas river, 4. 111. 

Karalit, the ian',Mi:tL:e of the K^qni- 
maux anil Indians of Gieeuland, 
4- 07. 

Kaskabi, the French name for F.d- 

UiOUth. 7. ii'J. 

10 



Katahdin. delinition of, 4. ] l.">. p.mi, 1'.(2 : 

,vtf .Mount K 11 d'din 
Katliai. 2. 70';: .s,_r Cathav. 
Kauder. tile ];.-v. Cliarle's. letter c.f 

cited. 6. 2-_'l/(. 
l-Cavanmh. tlie lion. Edward, -.on „f 
James. 6. 74: admitted t.' the 
^ bar, 6. 7i: educated at faiholic 

I colleges, 6. 74-7.-.: charaner of. 

; 6. ,.■>; held ].uMie olii.i >. e. 7.". : 

I (hath of 6. 7."': ineiuioncil. 2. 2;.;l'; 

j 6. 7:i; 8. .s;. ,s7. .yj, j.-yj. 

I James. 5. 74. 
• Kayne. 3. .\v. 

I Kears.n-L,'e. dehnition of, 4. p.io. 
Kebec. Indi.m name of C^)uebec. 4. 10.",. 
Kedi,'\\ick rivci.'e. 72. 
Keeliake^coods. 3. 4:;'.'. 
' Keeiie. lielsey, 4. :U'<\. 

captives taken at. 6. 241. 
Xathaincl, 4. 20."., :;.ii. 
Keets, the Kev. Auuustus. I'lia. Ired 
at ^\"aldoboroul:ll. 4. ;;•_".•; a Iiuoli- 
man. 4. :]2'.i; his learnin-- and ac- 
cent. 4. :]-2',K 
Keith, the Rev. Ephraim, preaclied at 
Xorth Yarmoufli. 2, 1.--7. 
Mellicent, married Benjamin Rarris. 
5. xb^ 

Dr. , 2. 12:). 

' KcUegev, iduewock. the Indianname 01 

Riue Hill, 4. lo."). 
' Kelley. Delnu-ah. 4, ij>l. 

Hannah. 4. l's]. 
J Josepii H.. 4. 2--1. 
! Pa'.rick. his Camlirist cited. 6.124/<. 
Ro^er, I. 'j')i\. 
Kello^LT. Josejdi, an iuterpn'tcr. 4. 
1-J4, I2.">, Ml': t!ie tralin-- h -ii-.- 
at Foit Duui n -r in his cue, 4. 
I l-".». l.Jl. 

; the Rev. . of Falmouth. 5. Jiii. 

I Kels )n, John. 5. sj. 

Mr. , 8. 1U2. 

Ke.n[»ton. En^itzn <" esar, .sr'' Knint.,n. 
Ken, Jo. in, .si^■aed tiie petit! m i> 

Ciiarles U. i. 4o:.'. 
Kenab.>. the. 4. '.Hi. lo;',. 
K-'irlil 'ireen. 5. I'o;; g. 427. 
Kend.iii. AiiKPS. 8. 414. 41.'j, 427. 

I Mii'i of F i:r.i ;1 1, 4. .;:2 :> ) 

40 1. 

Kendall's mills, 4. :]72. 
Kendu>kea.u;, a Jesuit mission est ib- 
■ lislied at, i. V-ihi; d.-liriition .,f. 

4. 10.>; m -ntioned, a. ;;2.i; se':al>o 
Kades'piit. 
brid-e. 8. 4.j|. 

; ])OiMt, 7. L'O. 

I river. 4. lo,>; ^.:i<Jn; 7. 0-:, 2.'j4; 9. 

Ken.d>as, Indian n.ime of the Kenne- 

liec river. 4. lo.;. 
Kenebilia-.sis. delinition of, 4. R'O. 
Kenili-k liver, are Kennebec river. 
Kenibequ,:-, the, 7.2'j;J/t; sec Kcn^cboc 

river. 



14G 



MAINE IlIvTOrjrAL SOCIETV 



Koniifl.oc. definition of, 4. 11.".. U»0. 

■UW: 8. :U'.>. oTl. > 

nrsiMial. 8. ••vtl. 
bar. tlic. 8. -V-^W -W-''. 
compnnv. 4. -l^!- 

count v,"dfsortcd by whites. 2. lOn; 
l>laccd bv r<\v;\l authority under j 
tiie <:overnn\ent of Miss.. 2. IW\ ; 
forces from at tlie attaet upon ; 
Castino. 2. 'J\'y; furnislicd masts j 
for tlio r>ritish navy, 2. -Jl'i; pop- 1 
Illation of, 4. ■''■'•: Jolm .b'ues . 
lived in 4. 4:1: ineorp. .rated in, 6. 
54, 511; condition of in l>os. 9. ' 
174; mentioned. 3. :'.''>-'. ■'•'>■'>■ 4:U; , 
4.45; 5. Ixiii. 41>. 41'.')i: 6. 41. 44, | 
Gl, 03, SI: 7. 4iii': 8. oo. -j.sT-i's-^. ! 
3i'0, o^t4; 9. 171. 17i5. 'JUO; Early 
lawyers uf. I>y Frederic Allen, 6. 
30-Sl. 
district. 7. 4."-^. 400, 470. 
expedition. 8. ■2Aon. 
falls, called Caritunk. 4. 105: called 

Skowhesnn. 4. 1 li'. 
grant occupied by tlu^ Canibas. 8. 
20o-'Jl>«>: leased and tlien sold. 8. 
20G; title laid dornr.uit. 8. :i'Hj; src 
also Kennebec Purchase. 
Indians, expedition to be sent 
against, 3. ;iol; opposed the erec- 
ti^on of forts and tlie encro;eh- 
nients of the whirls. 3. ;3".l-or>L'; 
cost of the expedition au'ainsr. 3. 
3.j'2: attempts to make them 
friendly to tlie Kn^iish, 3. o'>L'. 
mentioned. 5. '.'1: 6. liiV). liiil: 7. 
5; >[emorial Relating to, by Sani- 
iicl Sewall. 3. .]')l-Z'y-). 
Journal, cited. 7. 4<1><; 8. 5S. 4"<'^. 
Tatent, part of given to .Sir ^^ illiam 
■ Alexander. 4- --.'■• boundary of. 
8, 203-204. :.'04n; mentioned, i. 
40. 79; 5. r.»S. 
Proprietors, tlu^ sold land to David 
JelTries. 2. 2112; Bridtre and Wil- 
liams agents for. 6. •J'.i: 8. :J41- 
342; 8. 114. :Ul-;)42. 
Purchase, owm-d by David .letYries, 
2. 21)2; extent of. 2. 203, :^7."), 2iG; 
sold to Boies. Tyng, Brattle and 
Winslow. 2. 20:):" price paid for, 
2. 203: company fornu3d, 2. 203; 
the Indian titles interfered vvitli, 
2. 237: obtained by (iovernor 
Bradford, 2. •J7.'): sohl to the Ply- 
mouth (.'oMipaiiy, 2. 275: forts 
built, 2. 275: attempted govern- 
ment of. 2. L'75; monopoly of fish- 
ing and trading. 2. -^75: lc-ase<l. 2. 
275-270; sold. 2. 27'5: sometimes 
called tlie Plymouth ('orniKiny. 2. 
270; S. 21(1; incur])orated. 2. 270: 
8. 20'.'-21O; l^oundaiies setth'd, 2. 
270, 277; ]ircjiidi(e a^-^ainst, 2. 
277'; regular meetiiigs of llie com- 



p.Tuy. 2. 277 : 8. 200-207. 208. 20-,, ; 
f^i.ivjitiMn iif till' comnany and lin- 
country. 2. ^'77-27^: their elV'.!:- 
judicitMis and unremittim:. 2. -JT- : 
the prosperity of the country ibi.- 
to their eliorts. 2. 27>, 270: build- 
ings erei't*'d. 2. •.:70; managemnit 
of'^ assumed by Dr. (iardiner. 2. 
270, 2-^2. 2^3: (.iillieulty of obtaia- 
ing" settlers. 2. 27'.'-i.'-^o: indii.i i 
Germans to settled at Drestlcn. 2. 
2S0; conditions otYered tosetllei-. 
2. 2"^0-2.>l, 2S2. 2t^4; Indians liin- 
dered tlie settlers. 2. 2S2; 8. 2o.;; 
built a barrack and block-house. 
2. 2S2; granted land to Dr. (iar- 
diner, 2. 2S2, 2S3: other grants. 2. 
2S3; lands to be laid out. 2. •_'>!, 
2<>; 8.200; advertised in Europe 
for settlers. 2. 2S4; trouble ..c- 
casioiuMl by the conveyances <>f 
Gardiner, 2. 2-<0: meetings su- 
pended. 2. -JSO; settled the boimd- 
ary with Mass.. 2. 2.<0-l'.><7: land 
occujiied by intruilers, 2. 2SS ; op- 
j.osed bv 'squatters. 2. 2^.^, 2-'.'. 
200: applied to the legislature for 
aid. 2. 2>S-2S0. 200-201 ; made set- 
tlements with several towns. 2. 
201; controversy settled by the 
state, 2. 2'.t2: land divided anion: 
the proprietors. 2. 203; a beiieO: 
to tlie state of Miine. 2. 2i»4; in- 
cludeil the present town of li.il- 
lowell, 4. 40; Benjamin Ilallcveli 
one of the purclia--ers. 7. ti'::: 
purchased of tlie Plymoutn c-n;- 
pany. 8. 2o<'>; title laid (O.rmui-, 
8. 2(V.: heirs to prove their owner- 
ship. 8. 20>a: tirst i.urchase. S. 
2os/(: increase of value, 2. 20.^,.,: 
hea.hiuarters of. 8. 21<t. 210/!. 21 !.) : 
Bridge and Williams agents of. 3. 
341, 342. 3,43, :U4: tlie reinainiu.' 
intercstowned by Beuel Williain-. 
8. -344; mentioned, 2. 2-~<'>; 7- -I:.'-: 
nist(.rv of, by Kobert II. (ianii- 
ner, 2." 200-204. 
river, a bound irv of Acadia, i. ■2->ir. 
5. 177. 330: 6.3. 3/i.4: 7. lol, I'.'l/,: 
8. ISOh, 317: a boundary of tiie 
Englisli territory, i. 2>. l."^4: 2. 
70; explored by Bring, 1.2-; 6. 
207; a settlement made at the 
mouth of, I. 20; 2. 1-'.'; 4- -^^''■ 
trade on, i. 40. 55, 70: 2. lOJ. 2''o. 
7. 20; 8.201, 202; a Ooundary o! 
Way's grant, i. 4o;/. SM)i; land^on 
the east side of granted to Ply- 
mouth Colony, I. 44. 7.1; 2. •-"•'. 
200, 275; 8. 203; boutidary of tj>'' 
grant to (i()iges and M:>-on, i- '•'■ 
81, sc; 2. 52'/; 3- -". •'!; •^•'""p 
Parke lived near, i. 114; peopl'- 
on informed of the (nitbre:tk ol 
King Philip's war, i.2l0; Indian^ 



INDEX TO COLLECTIOXS. 



147 



pi-oceo(1 to, I. 22:>: people of tlie 
name of ]);ivis living,' near, i.2.")2/(; 
Sflwujii,-> D,i»i.> iiNtii Hear, i. '^-hi; 
laud ne:\r to lie surveyed, i. 27'.'; 
visited l»v .Afajor Cliureli, i.2',i(.i: 
3. I']:): Jtilm I'arke a larijrf land- 
holder on the. 3. :;t)2. MIT; Tlionias 
Webher lived luar. 3. MIT; a liiuii- 
way for the ludi.ms. 3. :];>J; 8. 21"i, 
2;>."); visited hy I'.i art, i. -!2'.i; 6. 
208; the lir.st re^-uhir settled mis- 
sionary at, i.4-J:l: Bi'.,ait at, i. -1-'J4: 
Norridu'ewoek .-iiniated on. i.4-';T; 
ti church near tlie rajiids of. i. 4:;7; 
dilferent names i^iven to diifereul 
parts of, I. 4.")';, 4')i'>it ; 2. 2Ta; 4. 
10,}, iOt>. 112-111; Arnold led his 
troops through the wilds of, i. 
447, 470, 4;»1, .".02; 4. T>; boundary 
of Xoruinl)e!:;a. 2. IT't; the expe- 
dition of the IMymoutii Company 
arrived at, 2.2T"; tishini,' at the 
mouth of, 2. 4S(7, \\yi\ settlement 
at commenced by John Parker, 2. 
I'JO; land on claimed liy Ki^bin- 
bood, 2. I'.H; skiniiishcs of In- 
dians on, 2. IINJ; th«' end of the 
united elfnrts of (he Indians at, 

2. 10;»; boundary of the j^rant to 
Plymouth ("ohmy. 2. 20.!, I'lV.t; Sir 
William I'liipj.-s l;ora near, 2. 2:!0; 
5. 224; settled a.s a boundary of 
the Kennebec Purcha.se, 2. 2Ti); 
both sides of (dainied by the Ken- 
nebec I'uridiasi/. 2.JTT: tlie house 
nearest to the h' ad i,>f. 2.27'.'; a 
sloop runnin;.,' to. 2. 'J.<1\ 4. 4(]; 
the Indians excited au'ain-^r the 
settlers of, 3. li.i']; settleuients on 
destroyed, 3. lOT; suj)p<>sed to 
liave been explored by ^Veymouth, 

3. 2S1; 5. o40, ;]4T; 7. 20; 9. 1:^2^; 
supposed w^it to have been ex- 
plored bv Wevmouth, 5. 2.^0, 2'.);;, 
204, 20S;' visited by tlic Itev. Wil- 
liam Jenks, 3. 2s.'j; the natural 
features of changed hy a dam. 3. 
o04(i; Christ<.iplier Lawrence the 
first seltlei' on, 3. -JlT; a boundary 
of Whartons <rranr, 3. .■J2.'j, .'j2t5; 
the tradinix house n'>t to be 
moved, 3. .'JSS; atteuijtts made to 
imj>r<ne, 4. 4:); Jolin .lones made 
a map of, 4. 4;j; Wisi-asset the 
seai)ort of, 4. 4-j: coasters from 
Bostcjn to, 4. 40; supposed to be 
the Sasau'i;, 4. 110; name of its 
rnouth, 4. 1 I2-11;J, ll.j-114; names 
of the pomls above, 4. li:J, 114; a 
bounilai-y of Alex.inder"s ^rant, 

4. 221; 8'. 14:J; a boundary of the 
iJuke of York's territ<>ry. 5. 00; 
7. 4T; Allerton's traders .it, 5. 
204; John iirown moved U). 5. 
224; a liondsh altar on tlic bank.s 
of, 5. 2'jO; tlie French built a 



church and fort on, 5. 207; 7. 1'lT: 
ITT; Dii Monr< <ot up a im-.x-; ou. 
5. .S22; liow and in what way did 
Du Monts reach it. 5. ;!2'.t: r.o.t.'s 
taken to ri'a.di. 5. :i.;o, ;;:U : l.iti-,- 
f:;o\v in command <d' the fior^ .m. 
5. 417; adventun-rs and cultiva- 
tors invit.d to. 6. .'>; examined 
by b'obcrt Tenqdc. 6. I.-.: .<.',.i. Ij- 
Irish settled lui. 6. 1."); a boii;idaiy 
of the Sa^^adahoc territory. 6. is; 
the home of the Abnaki," 6. l'<1; 
("apt. rnpham at. 6. 2'.i7; 7. 27: 
the tides of, 6..'>04; liuli.in viila/e 
on, 7.4; land east of claimed by 
both the Kn.L^iish and Fr.-nch, 7. 
20; Sir JCdmund Andros at, 7. -"4: 
the English or^lercd a fiut buili 
near, 7. 107-10% lO.o; Cushnoc 
the liead of the navlijation of, 7. 
lOS; <j;;irrisou (Ui. 8. 12.], 12:wi. 124; 
9. S7; Plymouth Cuhuiy desired a 
]>art of the trade at, 8. 200: site 
of the Plymouth tradin*; house, 
1. 20:]; raentioneil, i.ol.40/i. 3."»S)i, 
LSI, iss;*, 2.;0h, 2.')0((, 2SS, 200, ;ii.t2. 
400, 40.1, 40r,, 4:10. .j()2, 5'M, ."y.M. 
oil, 5i;>; 2, ;;ia. .■J.")a, S-"jh, 80/*, lo2. 
lo;-3, lOtt, 204, 200, 207, 210, 21o, 
21.-), 21.S, 220, L>:;.-,, 200, 241, 2.j>, 
201, 271, 27.'), 277, 2.So, 284, 20;;, 
204; 3. 82/*, 270, 2-'J, .300,i, OOI, 
S04», ;}11, ;5i:;, :31G, ."24, ;}20, .".i!, 
;>.j2, :)40. ;<.")r,. :;c,'.). 4:;;;, 4:]4: 4. .".. 
1.-;, 14, 1-"), GO, 72. 70. >0, 00, 10:;, 

10.'), 107, 10% M'.t, 112, 117, ;;"0, 

312. .310, 017, 001, 04.->, ;;40. O.jO. 
o.j4, ?>!'■), ;-]7">, 077, 0^0: 5. xx. x.xi, 
lix, Ix, 2, 0, 27, 00, 00, 72. sO. .81, 
87, 88, 100, 122. 120. l'.)8, 224. 220, 
207/(, 240, 2.">0, 2.'J4, 2."J0n, 201, 206, 
2s0, 2^8, :527, 02s, ;;20, 000. OOo. 
300, 00S._ 340. 340), 347. 34'.), 3.">0, 
3-")5, 3.'>0/i, 370/,. 421; 6. :;2, 0:;. O-".. 
4.'3. 48, 52, 00, 17'"), KiO/. 17--. l'.'-"-. 
lO.Jn, 100, 207, 208, 210. 21:1, -.'U. 
21s 240, 241, 243, 2.".0, 2.".2. -",0. 



200, 


2>:i, 208, :]n;;. 


001, :;oii 


:>i'.i, 


314. 


300, 370; 7. 4 


. 31. 127 


!•').'>. 


1"'8, 


107, 100, 170, 


171, W> 


177. 


1T8, 


lilO, 103, 10.'), 


100, 107 


10-, 


108n 


, 203. 2.'j0. 2'<;*, 


201. 202 


2'".3. 


20.>. 


277, '.^7^, L'<;;, 


2o;bi. 2'.'; 


. •0'i2, 


304, 


310, ;;ii. :;4i. 


:M-<, 310. 


:\:,A. 


3.>'.». 


'.l'>'',, '.)<>, :;^:i. 


3'.)'), :;'.ii 


40.-., 


400, 


410. 412.' 41.'., 


4 If,, 417 


4-4, 


42."j; 


8. 21, 22, 2.'>, 


00, 110, 


110,,, 


111, 


lll'<, 111;;, 11: 


In. 113/?. 


1 !!•/<, 


123, 


124, 184, l.<j. 


1>0, 203 


. 204, 


204/1 


, 20.J/I, 200/1. 


213, 21.'; 


210, 



218, 220, 221, 22:;, 224, 220,/. 22^. 
220/t, 230, 231, 23:5, 2.0."i, 2:'.7. 2 S. 
230, 243, 2.';0/(, 201, 200, 2';0,., 2'-.7, 
273, 31S, 311, 344, 3l.'>. ;;:,."., O'l'.*, 
370, 371, 3'JO; 9. 4, •">. 7, 41, 01, 101, 
200, 307. 



148 



MAINE IIISTOIIICAT. SOCIETY 



Konncljoo— continiuHl. 
11 .ii -■ 11 ^ r.\ 

tjctticiuont. mails sent to. 2.210: Mr. 
M;u'i-lfiv.i-lian ar, 3. -'74: an In- 
dian t.>\\r!. 5. l"'i'' r. tax of Hm). 5. 
*24'.>: on llul'baro's map. 5. -JiW/c 
the rilpiims v>l>tainoil n charter 
to the i-onniiy. 7. 2'.-: formerly a 
part of llalloNvell. 7.oS4: eomnion 
schools in, 8. 1">; meniioneil, 4. 
30; 5. 2:J9, L'40, 24'.': 6. UO; 8. Ilia; 
9. 2u2. 

tract, 7. o">0. 

valky. the crarden of Maine. 4.32: 
mentioned. 8. :)41. 
Kenneliehike. a name for the Keime- 

bec river, 2. 2o:]. 
Kennebis, an Indian Sachem, 2.2U4. 
Keniubunk. delinition of, 4. 11"). 

accu:^ed of not attending to the 
kinL^'s business, i. 1>4: presented 
for not attending to tiie eourt'.s 
order, i. I'^'i; formerly a part of 
"Wells, I. :-:•''. ;••"'*'• :-""'": 6. 3i;.4: a 
cliurch started at. i. 34'.<: pastois 
of the church at. i. 34'.t-3.".<': cen- 
sus of, i.35t)/i: the people of re- 
quired to brin.LT their children for 
baptism, i.3.->4. 3i''t»: a sloop cap- 
tured at, 3. 34^: no f.ntat, 5.3vi;: 
btephen Thatcher moved to 6. 
3.00; the lion. Joseph Dane opened 
an office in. 6. 3'U: the Larrabee 
crarrison in. 7. ll'i: the lar^cest 
building- ever built in. 6. 117: men- 
tioned, I. o4n. :;.-)>. :>/.», 3u2, 3o.J: 
3. 42^, 430. 43'-.. 430; 4. V.>. 241, 
'SA\ 30s, 372: 6.41. 3:.;', :W4, 371»; 
7. 8. 220, 23."); 8. 3-.. 3-->. o~^0. -i'M, 
3t'2. 3V»3. 3'JS, 4u3; the History of. 
see Bourne. ' 

mill. I. 2'JS. 
Kcnnebunkport, people from settle in 
Limerick, 1.327: lumber bu.-^iness 
at, I. ;>X>, o-'il: formerly Cape 
r.'.rpois, I. 3»)2: 2. -<i. 
Kennebuuk Po.-f. 2. 142: 7. 22'). 

river, claimed as a b'-amlary of 
^Vells, I. 3ol ; nieutioned, i. M*, 
342. 
Kennedy. Capt. . captured. 6. 242. 

, of the cen.>us bureau. 4. 1>- 

Kenuev. Santuel. 3. 1^0. 
Kent, '2. 7sa: 3. 33-:;4. 34„: 9- -^'-'T, 
•2'JS, 3U1, :)''^-'>, ■''<'>'-'. -T3. 

county, lintiland, i. '.<')n, Ibbc 3. 
OS; '5. 12;'. 

county, X. ii., 8. 3-, 41. 

Chaucellor, 8- 4.";!. 

Charlotte. dau;_'l.tei- of E'hvard. 8. 
400: married. 8.400; died, 8. 4';<). 

tlie il<jn. Kdward, parents of. 8.4."..0; 
birth of. 8. 4.'>o: ;.'raduated from 
coUefce, 8. 4.V.i-4'jl: admitted to 
the l^ar, 8. 4.'1; vi.-ited au'l then 
opened an ollice in Bangor. 8. 4.''1. 
4o2; run a lire eutjine, 3. 4J-^\ in- 



terested in the Creek stru<:c:le. S. 
4.')2-4"»3: a counselor, 8. 4">.;: law 
partnership f'niued, 8. -l-':;: held 
town offices. 8. 4.">:). 4."'"): a rej.ve- 
sentative, 8. 4.''3.. 4."i4: ..i>po>cd ihe 
annexation ff Arjiyle, 8. 4.'.4; 
oration at liamror, 8. 4-"i.'); . inani- 
tion from his inauLiural, 8. l."!."!; 
nominated for irovernor. 8. 4."i!''; 
eleetcd .upvern'>r. 8. 4.'iii. 4.'i7 : v.ar 
upon the return-;. 8. 4.'.0; his in- 
augural, 8. 4.j7: elected a seennd 
time, 8. 4.')'-^: his name in a doi;- 
geral song, 8. 4.">--;i; out of .••lici-. 
8. 4'A'*; a commissioner to settle 
the btumdary disinite. 8. 4.M': re- 
sumed his law practice. 8.4"','; a 
consul. 8. 4.')',': furmeil a new i^art- 
nershi]!, 8, 4-">'.i: judge of the su- 
preme court. 8.4.")U: left the bench. 
8. 40'); in Kurope. 8. 400; the last 
public position he held. 8. 4''": 
married lirst Sarah .Johnston. 8. 
4i;'j; second. Abby A. Itockwon,!, 
8. 401; children" of. 8. 40.". 4''.1 : 
death of, 8. 40' •. 470; uinversally 
beloved, 8. 44;': character of. 8. 
4(;i_4r,4, 40'.'. -470-47^; aneediUes 
of. 8. 404-40S; his phy.-i'iue. 8. 
40S, 470; A. W. Paine" s eidogy. 8. 
470-471; W. 11. McCrellis" eu!-'-y, 
8. 471-472; S. II. Blake on. 8. 472: 
A. G. Jewett on. 8.472-473: ("reu. 
Hamlin on. 8.473: Judge Bice di, 
8. 473: Jud'^e Howard "n. 8. 474: 
F. A. Pike on. 8. 474; Jud-e Aj- 
pleronon, 8. 474-47."): I-rael Wiidi- 
biirn on, 8. 47:.-47>: J- P- TaliH.t 
on, 8. 47S-4S(); mentioned, 6. 73; 
8. 4. 04, 05. 0<".. 0)7, f,-;. 70. 7i. 72. 
73, 8:5, S4, 85, 80, 3'.>8, 4lo. 4;;2: 
Memoir of, bv the Hon. John K. 
Godfrey, 8. 44'.'-4^0. 
George, 8. 45U, 450. 
James. 8. 4' JO. 
John. 8. 450. 
Kinv, 8. 400. 
Col.Villiam, 8. 450. 
"William Austin, 8. 450. 

Keutueky, 4. 50; 5. xxxvii: 6.411: 8. 
8"». 

Kerdo'irmeorp, Capt. Brown killed at, 
2. 278. 

Ketangheanycke, an Imlian town, 5. 
150//. 

Ketchum, the Bev. Joel, moved to 
Bakerstown, 2. 114. 

Klian of Tartary, the, Columbus ex- 
pected to nu-et him, 2. 14u. 

Kidd. Capt. 'WiHiam, 9. b'. 

Kidder. Frederic, on the Abnaki In- 
dians, 6. 220-244: his Ka'^tcrn 
Maine cited, 7. 7/i. 

Kidderminster. 7. 3^1. 

Kilbian. Ivory, biographical n'.-tice of, 
3.-13. 

Kilbourn, , 2. 291. 



INDKX TO COLLECTIONS. 



141' 



Kill-devil, a cant name for rum, i. 77: 

■^. 00. 
Killiir^liy, 2. 115. 
KilliK'k's me.'ulinv. 4. ';'7i"'i. 
Killi>atri.k taniily. the. 6. lM. 
Kilton \Villi.nn, letter of, 3. 2\n- 
Kinili.iU. David. 4. ul7. 
Kleanor, 4. 'Ml- 
the lion. Increase, 8. oOS. 
James, 4. .".7-- 
Olive. 4. :;i7. 
l:iel.anl. 2. 210. 

Thumas, i)ureha>ed Hoi,' ishind. i. 
124, 150; sold the same to Tliomas 
Tyng, I. 124, 150. 

Deacon , of Bethel, 4. 330. 

the Kev. , 4. -oO. 

KimbalTs mills, 4. 2Sli!. . 

tavern, 4. 2i'i7. 
Kincbeqni. tn he called the connty of 
Canada, i. '■'\n. 
river, 5. 0; 8. 1S4; sec Kennebec 
river. 
Kinco, definition of 4. 105. 
bay, I. 45i'j,, 400. 
lake, I. 45t;;(. 
mountain. 4. 105. 
Xiui;, Alexander, 6. 342. 
Ann, 6. 042. 

Betsey, daughter of Richard. 3-215. 
Beltv' daughter of John. 6. :;42. 
Cluirlcs, 6. 342. 

Cyrus, son of Richard. 3. 2b5: a 
'noted juri>t. 3. 215: marrii.il Han- 
nah .storer, 3-215; mentioned, 4. 
C; 6. :>;4. 
David. 3. 215. 

Dorcas, a dauuhter of Ricliard. 3. 
215; married Joseph Leland, 3. 
215. 
Edward, 2. 175- 
family, tlie, 4. SO. 

Georfi;e, the, a jirovincial sh'op. 5. 
o'y'»t: commanded by Capl- Hal- 
lo-well, 5. oijij/t : 6.33^: menti<med. 

5. oOS, 374, ;j75, 370, 3S4/(, 3S5, 
:>>5.i; 9. 02. 

Ichabod, 2. 115. 

in council, the, 8. 219ii- 

Isabella, 3- 215. 

John, a French neutral, 3- ]7G«: 5- 

342- 
Jonathan, sij^ned the treaty of 1713, 

6. 2-55: autograph of, 6. 2-55- 
Josoph, 6. 342- 

Josiah, 3. 215- 
Margarc't. 5. 342. 

Mary, daughter of Richard. 3. 214; 

r/iarried Robert ^)out!igate. 3. 214- 
I'aid. 6. 342- 
I'a'ilina, daugh'er of Richard, 3. 

215; married D)- A.ir«»n l''jrtcr. 3. 

215. 
IMiilijKS war, commenced, i- 2)0: 4. 

222; Samuel Im^'er.-^oll s-rved in. 

I. 312; one nian to evury f.venty 



killed in 4. 73; eighty murdered 
in three montlis. 4. 7;!: lirst, out- 
iueak of. 4. 1---, M.iliie overrun 
by Indians. 4. 222-22:'.; places de- 
stroyed, 4. 22:', ; statistics of losses 
4. 22:',: John Rrovvn driv.n from 
I'emaquid, 4-2:'.l : John I'ayh.riu. 
4.232: the peojile wh. lou-ht in 
given to\vnsliii)S in M.iine. 4. 242, 
242)i: Gov. Andr(vs not d.ii-ple'.-ed 
at. 5. 2-5S, 2<>S; Indians attacked 
the house of Robert Jordan. 6. 
ISO; the hulians supplied by (Que- 
bec, 6- 2:'''>-237; Indians slaugh- 
tered at Choclieci", 6- 237: nearly 
all the Indians of New Kiigland 
involved in. 6. 2;;7: tlie Indians 
looked to the Frencli for protec- 
tion. 6. 237-23S; death of King 
Philip. 6. 2:)S ; PenKuiuid attacked. 
7. 150: mentioned. 2. 171, 170; 3. 
7S. 11(5, 120, 315. 31S; 4. 224; 5. 
1S7. 2-52: 9. 7S. 213. 

Richard, signed the petition to 
Charles 11, i. 4nl. 

Richard, of Scarborough, suspected 
of toryism, 2. 150; 3. 100; verses 
of. 3. 'lt33(i; corri'spondence with 
Shirley, 3. i72: disgraceful attack 
upon. '3. 1S2-1S4; the rioters cap- 
tured. 3. 1S4: a dealer in foreign 
goods. 3. 1S2; tied for his life. 3. 
I.s3: poem by 3. lS4-ls5; never 
used stamped paper, 3. 1>5: let- 
ters of. 3. lS5/(: sent lumber to 
Salem and Boston. 3. 100; met by 
a mob. 3. 101-102: his oi»inion of 
the war of the Revolution, 3. 101 « ; 
his death. 3. 103. lo.'>: true cau.se 
of his death. 3- lOO: oi.poscil (ior- 
ham, 3. 103; had in hand a bil! 
for the relief of the town, 3. lO.J- 
104; Ijiograiihical notice of. 3. 213- 
215; children of, 3. 214-215; iiis 
address to the people of Sear- 
borouuh, 3. 237; mentioned, 3. 
181, -JOO, 20S- 

Richard jr-, marrieil Hannah Larra- 
bee. 3-215- 

Rufus, one of tlie fouiidcrs of the 
.New York Historical S<jciety, 2. 
11a: a son of Richard. 3- 214. 215: 
biographical notice of. 3-215: let- 
ters to Dr. Southworth cited, 3. 
101 /(, lOtui, 200»; suspected of 
toryism, 3. 100; candidate for pres- 
ident. 5. xx.xvii; mentioned, 3- 

107/<: 4- "J- 
Sarah. 6. :U2. 
street. ]5oston. 8. 210n. 21 1.'« : 9-70: 

in I-'ortland. now Imlia stn-T, i. 

2!l'; tlie meeting-house near, 1. 

240; mentioned, 5. 44-J, 410/i- 
Capt. William, 3. 215- 
Cen- \Viiliam, 2. ::M5, 212; 7- 350, 

357, 35s; a corporate meuilicr of 



150 



MAINE ni5T0i;iC\L SOCIETY 



Kin^r. Gen Wjlliani — contiiiuod. ' 

the M:\ine llisrorital Sneietv. i. 

11, .. o.i. ..f k;.;.....:. 3. -;:..'.;. .c 

governor of M:uiie. 4. ii. .,/: mon- 
"tioiieil, I. to'.': 2. 'ilo. I'll': 5. xli. 
xlii: 6. f.-^. T:.': 7. L'l. '_'4i. -.Ml'. L'To: 
8. -.'7. 110; 9. 1::.. 
Williiun's war. lallod Casrim's wnr, 
6. Hi; occasi<nio(l by the English, 
6. 112: (':i-;tino cxciicil the In- 
dians. 6. Ill'; luentiiintd, 4. 227; 
6, ]2:); 7. lU. j 

Kingiield, 7. :]'~i. 

Kiuushnry. Andrew. 4. .'ii;. j 

Henry, married Julia Uourne. 8. oSiS. ! 
Sanford, corporate member of the ! 
Maine Historical Soei<'ty. 1. 11; 
lu>ru at (.'lareinnnt. 6. t;<: grad- 
uated from colleLxe. 6. fi>: prac- 
ticed at CTaidiui.-r. 6. i'.>: jndge 
and bank pioidenr. 6. 'S; held 
public oflices, 6. 0>-ri'.': dtath of, 
6. li'J; mentioned, 6. 71: 8. oW, 

Kiiij::"s cliapel. Buston. 6. -".1: 8. l'>\. 
l.">2, 222/(. 22.'»/(. 2(;,:j, if>4: 9. '.'l, iKi. 
college, 6. 27o, ;]u2. 
dock. 2. 21-'"). 
highway, tlio. the obUst road in the 

state," 9. 142. ]:>". l.'l. 
letter of ajiprobation. the. 5. 27-7/(. 
tlie. 4. Ml. 
Kingston. Canada. 7. 40^. 
Mass.. 2. 14.".: 4. 2i-.."i. 272. 
N. II. .3. lt;4: 4. 242. -.17, 270, 313. 
Kinilukki Indians, 6. •!>. 
Kinncbec riwr, 5. 27: f<(e Kennebec 

river. 
Kinney, the llev. Aaron preached at 
r.ath, 2. 223. 
William, 7. l'>4. 

Kiune, . teaelier at Hallowell 

Academy. 8. HJl. 
Kinne".s arithmetic. 8. 101, ISO. 
Kinsly, IMartin. 4. 7. 
Kinsman, the lie v. Elienczcr. preached 
at Linicritk, i. 32.^; lost his chil- 
dren, I. 303 
Kip, Ei.-hop W. J.. 7. 4.3;'.. 
lA-onard, 7. 4;')3. 

Sophia, daughter of Leonard, mar- 
ried the liev. George Burge.s.s, 7. 
433. 
Kireberiut. 6. 2.";.3. 

Kirk, l»a\id. Champlain surrendered 
to, 5. l'.'*;; his patent Aiolated by 
the king, 5. i'31: a French liuirue- 
not, 9. loi ; )>ecame an EnLrlish 
8ul.iject, 9. 101: serjj; to capture 
New France, -9. lopio-J: captured 
French sl.i]/s, 9. jni', in;;: com- 
pelled the sui n iider iif (,)u(,-b(,'C, 9. 
1'.'2; left a Scotch colony at Port 
ri<jyal, 9. 102; fii.-cli'.^eu the plans 
of Alexander. 9. M3. 
Kirkhmd, the Eov. John T.. 2. 11a; 5. 
iii: 6. 3;^', 7.414. 



Kirkwood. Capt. Alexander, biograplo 
ical notice of, 3.21.")-21G; married 
I>i.ti \ IiDul. 3. .'_' i . 
Kirkwood's neck, 3. 21.">. 
Kiruin. Kichard. 6. 4o;i. 
K is>iua.:nnnit. 6. 2.'>'.>. 
Kitl< riiJge. Eli/.alicth AV.. daii.^htei ^.f 
l)r. Ceorge G.. riiiniied tlic Hun. 
Nathaniel Groton. 6. 3.7*'. 
T>r. f^'orge G.. 6. :'.7o. 
Jonathan, killed. 4. 2-^7. 
Kiltery. home of Willi;;m Ilooke. i. 
^>; Chamiieinoon li>.ed at. i. s>„. 
17t>. 23,0: 3. .'■.4-.''.">; formerly a jiart 
ol Viscatecina. i.'.'l: s\bniittcil Ui 
the jurisdiction of M:i->.. i. in:;. 
U>o. 3S.-). ;-;st;; 3. 4:; : 9. ;;21 : Fran.-i> 
Small movi d to. i. 11'.': John 
riiillips died in. i. iL'l. 217: home 
of .lohn Graves, i. l.'i7. 2i'0: home 
of Nicholas Shai.leigh. i. \:,\<. 17n. 
230. "j.'.o; home of Alexaniler 
Shai'lcigh. i. I(;3/!: distance from 
Yolk. I. Hi."): home of Francis 
Mor-an. i. 107: home of It. Gutts. 
I. 177; home of Fraii':i> Ilooke. i. 
1S2», IS-J; jiri'Sfiited for not at- 
tending to the order ot the couri. 
I. 1S4-1^.J; home of llogor IMais- 
ted, 1. 197; home of Jusepli 
Triekey, i. 20S; the militia in. i- 
L'20; home of Clnistopher Mitch- 
ell, I. 230h, oOO; comphnned oi 
tlic taxes. I. 240; furnished two 
men for Fort Loyal, i. i'>'. : saw- 
mill at. I. 2r.^, 211'.': foiuieily ici 
in the lumlter bu.-^iness. i. 2ti'.t: 
formerly included Eliot. Berwick 
and South Berwick. i.2i''.i; 4.2'"': 
John Inger>oll niov.. o. f-. 1.311: 
home of Bragdon. i.31." ; home oi 
Hugh Tucker. i.31.'): peoj'le from 
settled at Limerick, i. 327: mil- 
itary officers of elected. i . '■',<'>'■>. :'.70. : 
presented for nut atteu'lin;,' to the 
children, i.3nJ; sent a petition to 
Cromwell, 1.302; the mo>t pros- 
perous of the towns of .Maine, i 
1 ij.'JO; Chami)ernoon and Cutt-< 

: magistrates for. 2. '''■■',<'.: Jr)seph 

Curtis the high sherilY of. 3. 2E'; 
home of Daniil Fogg. 3. 7": f"'- 
I mer home of lloger Heating jr.. 3- 

I 83; Indians cai>tured at. 3. 1"7: 

'' the Lev. A. W. Fisk preached at, 

3. 102; John King sent to. 3. 17fi/!: 
the memorial of 17.''^1. 4. 1'.'.j-20-"i: 
t;'.x of 1734, 4. 107: tax of 1743. 4- 
l'.'7;taxof 1701,4. r.»7 : peiitionc-l 
for a reduced taxa;ion. 17."'1, A- 
r.iO-20.j; the topo^rapliy of, 4- 
1'.''.': p.j.)r s'>il. 4. P. ■.•■-200; li.'^liing 
],o(,r. 4. 200; h.oJ no maiketable 
I'ruduce, 4. 2OM; little siiip-builti- 
ing. 4. 201; compareii to otlni 
towns. 4. 201-20:7; a very poor 
place, 4-203; part of the Isle I'f 



INDEX TO COLLECTIONS. 



151 



Slionls nniioxod to. 4. -201: tnxos 
of coin])arril to other ]il:u'e>. 4. 
_04-:lv."., ;:.,i>.i. r..i.-t .". '..•,•.■. .".i 
tative I'loiii. 4. -Jlo. -j-j'.!: the lirst 
chinih ill. 5. liv; ihr IIcv. .I.'Iiu 
Ni'wmnvcli s.'ttliil in. 5. liv: 
cluir.Mi built. 6.i;o(.: , nd ..1 rlniiili 
porvioi' ;it. 5. ijoo; FiorK-li iu'Utr;ils 
in. 6. o42: lJn]>ti.<t.-i in. 7. 2i:l. •-'•-'4; 
KUUr Scifvcinallod to j.riacli in, 
7. •_'•_';'.; nu'Utionfd, i. 10'.. KVi; 2. 
2.37: 3. 4(!. .'.I. IT'.'. IHX --'U,--. i'i:3, 
L'L'.j. .-J-Jl: 4- U.T-"): 5->^>^: 7- --'■'> 
'2-2:k i-'TT: 8. -".'4. 1".'."). i".'i. 
point. 7. lM.'.: S. ) ir,. 

Knai>p. Cifoiuc ( hri^tiau. 8. 4^1,). 

Knapton. Ensign Ca-sar. in oominand 
.at Pfnia.juiil. 5. IT. 1\K •J4: loTtc-rs 
to from Jirockholis, 5. i!4--_'^. ."U- 
3l'; conimi>sioaetl a.s .Justice of the 
Pcai-e. 5. :5>: stnt to I\inaquicl, 
7. l.")T; nit-ntiuntnl. 5. 11, 1-, i'-O, 
3t). oS, 40, 41, 4-_', -J.'.'.i. 

Kneelaml. John liropriotor at Peina- 
quid, 5. ;j'*-. 
PrudtMK-o, luoprietor at l'c'nia(iui.], 

5- ;'>"•->. 
, of OtLstieM. 4. 30^. 

Kneller, .sir Godfrey, 7. L'.')4/i. 

Kniglit. Elizabftii, "dauuliter of Na- 
than, marrioil Ebeu 6evev. 3. "21(5. 
Ezokiel, resided at Wells, i. ITu. I'.'T. 
oGi'; an associate, i. ITO. I'.'T; 
ordered to lead reliuious meeting's 
at AWlls. I.. vl'".. :;■",'.>. -jT:;: aecepted 
tlie Piiicliy urant, i. -joo-'-i')'}: a 
man of note. 1 . '-'j'li} ; coniniission-.r, 
1. ;>3n, oOl ; orand juryman, i. oTl ; 
signed the petition to UromwL'll, 



Georire, livt-d at Black Point. 3. S:3. 

Hannali. dauirliter of Nathan, mar- 
rieil John .Sellea. 3. 210. 

Jolin, 4. 2M. 

ilarLTv.iet. dauLrhtcr of Nathan, mar- 
ried Alex KolM'rts. 3. L'lti. 

Martha, dau'j'liter 01" Natluiu, mar- 
ried John Eldei'. 3. 21ti. 

Mary, daualiter of Nathan, married 
John Croekt'tt. 3. lild. 

Xathan. bii'^rapliital notice of. 3. 
2K5. 

Nathaniel, 3. -210. 

Robert, action brought acrainst for 
mtdestation, i. -jI'''.'; signed the 
petition to Cromwell, i. ^J'.'o; 
signed the petition to the general 
court. 9. ;;^2. 

Sarali, daughter of Natlian. married 
Anthony Jlra<kert, 3. 2 It;. 

.Stejtheri, 4. '^^l. 

.Su.sanna, 4. I'^l. 

Westbnjok, 3. 21'). 

. marrit-ii .Sarah OolTin. 4. 207- 

Kniglited Indian, a. 3. W. 
Kijowcls, belli. 3. 24';. I'jl, Sj-^. 



Knox county, i. 4."i: 9. TT. '22C<. 

ticn. llein\\, httci- to frnin 'Wash- 

:;:;T: 5. o<"'Tvi; contrail, d for k'.iKi 
in Maine, 7. .)'>A: hu krd funds 
but was SMiiguiiie. 7. ■)'>'\ : ir.arriid 
into tlu' AValdo family. 7. :'..">} ; liie 
Waldo I'atcnt as.-iiued to. 7. ;;.",4; 
conveyed land to I'.iiu^liam. 7.o-"i4; 
married Lui y Fhukei. 9. '.mi. •j:2~; 
etfected a eonsolidatioa of his 
wife's shares in the Walilo i>atent, 
9. ;•(>. 22T: a member ot 'Washing- 
ton's e.Ujiiiit, 9. L'2T. L':'.i: estaii- 
lished his luum' at TIioni;isioii. 9. 
227: Ids claim settled by the state. 

9. 2L".t-2:;0; btcame the owner of 
four towns, g. •.';;2: sold land to 
Uenjamin iiussey. 9. ■_'.;;;; mi'n- 
tioned. I. ."o.',,; 4. .")1, ."jCi. .v.^, M', 
02."'.: 5. .■',•-2,/: 6. ;;oi: 7. 4n,s: 8. T, 

10. P',!',. :]]- : g. •_■:;! ; l;is manuscrijpts 
cited. 7. L'oi : 9. <);J. 

Mrs. (nil. Henry, her kimlred es- 
tranged and loiies. g. '.'■!: obtained 
a hiuh po>i;iou. 9. 'ju; nu ntioned, 
4. .V.., ;;i'T. 
island, 4. :;24. 

John, a pupil of Calvin. 6. 24: com- 
posed his first book of di^eipHue, 
6. 24: impressed the .'^eotch. 6. T-.s. 
Koek's llydraiehos iSilliuianni ex- 

]iOM'd. 7. :;'.iT— '-'.'>. 
Kohl. Dr. A. G . 8. iv. ."liT. 
Ktaadin. detiniiion of. 4. KJ.". ]0'.\ 
Kynybequy river, 2. :i.j.s; scii Kenne- 
bec river. 

Labbe, Reginald, 3. GOn. 
Yda. 3. r.'.'u. 
see Li'oby. 

Lablane. Paul. 3. ITOh. 

Laboeree. 7. lH"., lis. 

Labrador, discoveied by Cabot. 2. lou; 
named by Cortere'al. 2. li')'/; Fro- 
bi>her at, 6. IT-"^/*: reli'_dous ser- 
vice early held at. 6. I'l'm: lionie 
of the Esquimaux. 8. ■y-]'.'; men- 
tioned, 4. '.'T. 

Laby. a w.iy of sp»d!ing Eibby, 3. (VJ. 

Lacadie. si <■ Acadia. 

La Chasse, Pere, , 7. .")S, S0-S4, S'.). 

Lacondie. 9. 20i). 

Laconia. granted to Gorges and Mason. 

2. .j2'/: 3. oO; extent of. 2. ."(2((. •'■i'; 
part of urauted to others. 2. .'d'lt; 

3. ol-o2: ori;:in of the name, 2. 
CO; 3. -j'): 5. xxi: ealied the 
country of the Iro.iU"is, 2. ijti: 
climate of, 2. W; lake ;ind river 
of, 2. 07; explored by .Jocelyii. 2. 
CS/G a part of Maine, <i'J: settlers 
sent to. 3.:3U-;;i ; divided between 
Gorges and Mason. 3-'^l; "^eu- 
tioned. g. OUO, l;40. 

Company, i. 40((. 47/< : 9. "<''0. '',^^',,1, 
paleiits/the, I. M: 2. 7'.'/--; 9- '-''."J- 



Ibii 



maim: ih>tokical society. 



La Conio. Piorro uc 8. 140. 1 41 II'). i 
J.;.ild. 'Willi.ni). biourapliu-al iMtitoof, 

li'2: nifiUioiiod, 2. l'_'.">. !:.'.'<: An- 
nals of r.aki-rsiowii, roland aiul 
Mii..)t, 2. ll(i-l:;o. I 

I, .net. .li:m <K'. 2. '.'. ; 

J, a I'aviffi'. Mar«inis de. pit'soiit at 
till- iaviivi of tho ('"iiitT >ii)iit' of 
Buiikf'i- Ilill. 3. 'j.'i>-. visirni M liiic. 
5. xliii; iiuiiiioucd. 2. ■_'I4: 6. JOo: , 
8. 2C.4. i 

La lh!v<\ fort luiilt at. 7. :1^: now i 

Li\ (.'iiionl. 7. '■'■]. 
La n<>!it:ii). A iiiK'.ml Louis I'lo Dolon- 
(hu'c-o. r.aroii i'.i\ 0:1 tin' Alu<m- 
.luin lanu'uauo. i.4l:'.: lii> uav.ls 
in ('ai;a(la cit^il. 4. '.'7: 5. ".'71. 
27-'ii: 6. 4. 4ti. 111;-. ■.'11. 21 u'. •_'■_'!'. 
22:). •22'>: 7. 47/(. 4<. 7'i. lol.i: au 
error in. 6. 'jr-'. 2 'Jo. 
Lai;,^lit Strt-'ut Cliurch, X. Y., 8. 4S0. 

Laird. Mr. . 8. 148. 140. 

Lake. Anne, married lirst tlie llcv. 
Jolm C'oiton. 5. 20."j; seeoiid. Dr. 
Mather. 5. -Jo-]. 
Benjamin, taken prisoner liy tlie In- 
dians. 2. 1>2 
Sir l>il)ye, t'l:iiinfd land on tlie Ken- 
nel lee. 5. 2."i.'.-2">4. 
Chanii'lairi. called Lrocuis and Iro- 
quois lake, 2. (iCi. ~>f: 3. ."U/f; 
Henry .I(,iri'lyn employed ro dis- 
covi-r it, 2. 7S'/: 3. ■'.Ar_: men- 
tioned. I. VJO, 500: 6. L'lO, .•;.'-4: 8. 
?.4'.>; 9. isl, l;s.i; see Luke of the 
Iroquois. 
Chepurneeook. 8. 100. 
Corie:-u-. I. '>'■]]. 
Sir Edward. 5. SA. 
George. 4. 2^4,/: 6. 242. 
Megantie. i. 44'.i. 4oG, 40:'>. 4f>5. 
of tiiH Iruquoi>. lu be st-ar.ehed for 
by Cleevos. i.OT: Ncale attempt- 
ed to lind, 2. 07, 0>-/( ; see Lake 
Cham plain, 
of the Woods. 4. 07. 
Ontario. 9. 1.^7, ]>>. 
Original, i. 405. 
Poheuau'omoek, 8. 101. 
Lielirad. 5. 2.5;J. 

Capt. TJiomas, killed, i. 224. 253; 2. 
J 92; 5. 25:1: purchased part of 
Kes-kia;,'an island. 2. 101. 102; had 
a fort ar Arrow.sick. 2. 102: held 
.1 coi;rt at I'emaquid, 5. 250; 
lived in I'.'i-ron. 5. 25:1: a cnspic- 
noTis victim of the Indian war. 5. 
-J'>:\: a .son of l;i. hard. 5. i^^j;;; 
married Mary Ooodye.-ir. 5.25:1; 
cidiruvn of. 5. 2.5:;-j54 : his title 
f-aukv. 8. 2-j7: mentioned, 3. ;3:;0; 
7. ];■</,. 
Ti.Oii!..s jr., controversy with the 
Kennebec Purchasers, 2. 271".: a 
f-on ef C;-pt. TJiomas, 5. 25:1; heir 



of Sir Edward, 5.25.^-254; latlicr 
of Sir HiiTby. 5. 254. 
I niiKiuo;^:. g. •_'[:;. 
\A'allah'j.'i"S(iue-.iia-mook. 4- 111. 
AViniiipisscoC'Li'e, i. 1"": 6. 1^5. 
La Mananthe, 6. 2>l. 2^0; .see Man- 

liattan. 
Lamb. lapt. JiOin, i. 52:1, 524, 525. 
Lambanl. Joseph. 2. 21t'p. 

Tai't. Luke, served in the Kevolu- 
ti'>n, 2. 214; in ctMnmand of tlie 
l)ili'.X<'noe, 2. 247; mentioned, 2. 
210. -J 10. 
Lambert, i.iiileon. 4. :m7, 4o;j. 
Laml)crfs Hotel. 7. 2«>. 
Lambtou. John, si;4ned the treaty of 
1714. 6. 258; auto^rajdi of. 6. 25-. 
La Montaurets, the nundx'r of, :. 2"^s. 

La Motie. Lieut. . 8. ;127. 

LanquLy rivci'. 3. 4:;".». 
Lancaster. 2. Mil; 5. .xxiii. 
County, England, i.;155/>. 
county. Penn.. i. 5oii, 50.">. 5:10. 
Ezekiel. 4. ;Jo7, :;42. :;05. 
the KfV. Thomas. preaibe<i a* 
Scarborough, 3. li'd: 6. ■)'■',: ]\\-> 
long pa.storate. 3. Itil: rli ath ol. 
3. ltd; a trustee of llowdoin < .1- 
lege, 3. ItJl; mentioned, 3. Ii'2/i. 
2O0: 4. :ln7: 7. 220. 
Land Uar, Mi>ntressor at, i. 4i'i0. 
comiiany, the, 8. 2S2. 
of tlie Twenty Associates, g. ?1. 
Lauding at Cape Ann, the, cited, 5. 
100/1, \>-2n. 185(i, 2u7/i. 
the, at Blue Point, 3. S2, 104. 
road, the, 3. 220. 
Lane, Daniel. 2. Ill, 112. 

Dorcas, married Thomas Wharli. i. 

200. 
Isaac, 4. 7. 

James, lived at Casco bay. i. 114, 
2;10((: moved to North Yavi'.ioufh. . 
I. 1>S: 2. 171; a juror, i. l"->: an 
assnrety of James Mosur. i. l^'.'-i: 
came from Maiden, i. 1,'0((: lived 
at Newport, i. IV.Oi: married Re- 
becca Harndell, i. l>'.h(: bis son. 
I. ISO// ; lived in Gloucesr.-r, 2. 17! 
John, >(>n of James, in-^veil t-» 
Lojig Island, i, isOjc signed the 
petition to Bradstreet, i. 2''^'->n: 
married a daughter of John Wal- 
lis, I. ;317: lived at Purpoodiick, 
I. ;;i7, :J2L 
Jo-hua. supposed to liave br-e-i 
tlro\Mied, I. IsO; depo.-ilion of. i- 
140;/; .signed the petition to Bra'i- 
.strc't, 1.2^:!;/; lived at Back cove, 

1. :;i'I. 

Mrs. .<. E., 8. 152. 

1 C\qO. , the Indians <'lis>ati:sfi< d 

with. 3. :174; at Fort llalita.v. ?• 
I 250.': Capt. Lithgow compla ined 

<'f. 7. J.')*jii. 257. 
Lar;e's inland, an Indian burying place, 

2. 107. 



1N1>KX TO COLLrCTIOXS. 



153 



La Xove's ratnlocrue 

I.aiiiruon. I'aul. toadior at Frycburcr 
Acadoinv, 8. IC..".); liis salarv, 8. 

file ];ev. Saiii',ii>l, 7. L'l'O. 
'J'iiiidiliv, a;i (.arlv lawvor of :M;uno 
4. ii;. 
l.aiiLir. .lolin, 5. 9.^. 

I.aii-^inaid. Ikiiiy. lived at Falmoatli, 
I. o-'J : signed tlio petition to 
IJradstroet. i. I'S:;,*. 
Laiijiua.iie of the Al>iiaquis. by C. E. 
)'otrer, 4. ]s.>-jic;; by \villiam 
■\Villis, 4. '.'."-117. 
of tlie Indians, remark.s on. i. 412- 
4i'T; chani;e.s in tlic lanuna^'-e of 
all nations, i. 4:.'i;; dilricult to 
study that of the Indians. 4. !t5. 
W: aids in the study of. 4. ',1. 
classed under iuur families. 4. N 
Halle's lenuirks on, 4. I's: tl.^ 
p-amnialioal system of dilferent 
froni others. 9. i'(;4: tlie synopsis 
of. see Gallatin, Alliert. 
I,an;,'\vorth, Francis, 9. ;JT-":. :r,4. 
Lapthorne, .Stephen, settle. 1 at Black 
Point. 3. I."). ;;s;, : a tenant of Cam- 
mock, 3. 15: warned off by John 
Winter, 3. ].">. 
Larebenuit. 6. -JGI. 

Larkham. the IJev. Thomas, contro- 
ver.sy-svith Gibson. 6. IM: obliged 
to leave .Mass.. 6. 1^2. 
Larkro^v, Al)raiiam, sii^ned the peti- 
tion to Mass., 5. 241. 
/.arrabee. Autliony, killed. 3. l.'O, l.:2 
21*]. " ' 

Benjamin, married Deborah Incrcr- 
soll. i.oli: menti.-ned. 2. 171. IT;]. 
Capt. Benjamin, son of Thomas, 3. 
b-'2, 21G; at the destruction of 
Norrid.t(ewock, 3. iryj: his acje at 
tliat time. 3. 1.^2: sa^y ilalle but 
did not kill him. 3. 1.".2; the grand- 
father of Joseph, 3. 21G;^ men- 
tioned, 3. I'j'j. 
Major Benjamin, served in the Avar 
_ of the lievolution. 3. l'm:j. 
Garrison, the. described. 7. IlG-llT; 

a night attack prevented. 7. lis. 
Hannah, married Bichaid Kin<' ir. 

3- 21.J. 
Isaac, lived at Falmouth, i. ;;21 ; 
^ nioved to Machias. 3. 17-^. l>-0. 
(^'■^pi. John, mover! from Lynn to 
Scarboxjugh, 3. ]::;i; in command 
at Black J'oint, 3. 141: refused 
to cai/itulate, 3. 141 : biM'_'raphi<al 
notice of, 3. L'lO: mentioned, 3. 
1-1'j, ir;o. 
Jo>._-p]i, gri'ndson of Benjamin, 3. 

■"^^tiiniel, 2. 173; 3. 17:]. 
!^tfpheu. built a garrison at Wells. 
7- -:G, 217; a man of \i^ilence, 7. 



of Knights, ' Thomas, kill.-d. 



1"iO. 1.".2, 21G; 
.-;;.• ...f :.;., !„,...,., 3. ir.r,.,-. chil- 
dren of, 3. 21G; mentioued. 3. lOG. 
17:]. 
William B., 2. 212. 
La Sauss.tye .^icur. surrenilered St. 
Sauveur. i. 4:;i : s, ni witli an ex- 
pedition to .Vineri.a. 8. ;;2;;; men- 
tioned. 8. :'2G. ;;l'7. •;l!1. 
1/ Atrereel. Indian conference at, 8. 0. 
L' Tete, harbor of, 8. 1>. 
Lathrope. the Bev John. 5. Hi. 

the Bev. Josei>h, his warning to 
churches. 4. oS'). :]'■){'<. 
La T(jur, Charles de, his messentrer 
assisted by Sluirt, 5. 220; estab- 
lished at the Bivei- St. John, 6. 
110: 9. 110; claimed the govern- 
ment of Acadia. 6. llo; 9. 102-lii:J; 
quarreled with D" .\ulney. 6. 110;" 
a son of Claud. 9. i'T: fretiuentlv 
confounded with his fatlier. 9. 
97; probably with Poutrincourt. 
9- PS; at Port Koyal, 9. '.1^; aL;e at 
that time, 9. 9S; a fii,_-nd of Bien- 
court. 9. !».S; left in charge of af- 
fairs. 9. Os-'j'.i. 102; sent a memo- 
rial to the king, 9. in2-10;J; en- 
rolled as a kniulit, 9. lol: never 
aci-epted the title. 9. 104; would 
not co-operate with his father, 9. 
in.j-iOG; the surrender of his 
fort demanded, g. IOG-IO7; Ins 
father surrendered to him. 9. lo7- 
lOS; commended. 9. lUS; govern- 
or of Acadia. 9. 10:-; of service to 
the .Scotch. 9. lo'.i: built his father 
a house,, 9. 110; mentioned, 7. ;31 
40. 
Claml de, prominent in the history 
of Acadia, 9. 117: frequently con- 
fouuded with Charles. 9. of ; un- 
certain that he sailed with Du 
Monts. 9. 9.S: at Port Boyal, 9. 'JS: 
from Chami)ague. 9. D'J: a Prot- 
estant. 9. '.t'.i. lo;3; a poor mason, 
g.ii'J, Wn ; his descendants claimed 
large tracts of lanfl. 9. O'l; the 
claims doubtful. 9. U'.)-100; his 
true name. 9. 100; liist prominent 
notice of. 9. lOQ; taken prisoner 
by Kirk, 9. 101, 10:;; actpiainted 
with the plan of Alexander. 9. 
10;J; wished to save Acadia for 
the Jesuits, 9. bt:]; well received 
in England, 9. lo:]: joined in 
En^^disli colonization. 9. lo;;-104: 
married. 9. 10:); a kni-ht, 9. Iij4; 
sailed for America. 9. lo.'j; deman- 
ded the surrend"!- of thefoir. 9. 
107; fort surn-nderiMl, 5. ]o7-in-'; 
nobility of his eharaitur, 9. Iti7; 
built a fort at Granville, 9. lO.s; 
gave an account of the condition 
of Port Boyal, g. loi.i; in c.^iu- 
niaiid at .St' John. 9. 110: pur- 
chased rights of bir AViiiium 



154 



MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIKTY 



La Tout, Clnud di 



A l.^yrtivl.T n. Ill: sii 
Q. 112; .urant to I'ontaL 



-contiimod. 

• (loul>i-od. 
oet. 9. 112, 
112;;; may have liad (.-otillictinir 
claims ^^ith D' Auliu-v, 9. 112; 
notliiiiL;" definite known ot liini 
after 1(!0'». 9. ITJ: no ivi.linee 
tliat lie made anv i-!.iim wt'st of 
tlie St. C'rtiix. 9. Ill': severe eriti- 
cism of him not. ju.siiiied. 9. 112; 
mentioned. 7. '•>'■]; Memoir of by 
Jt>hn E. (iodfiey, 9. '.'"j-llo. 
Laud, William, a modern riiaraoli. 5. 
217; a ruler in the coiuitil. 5. 221 ; 
his hatred of Puritanism, 5. ■_'2]- 
222; tlie people of Xew Ent;iand 
stron^^ auainst. 5.222: his deeds 
justified hy tlie aets of Ma^s., 6. 
1ST; meutioiied, 5. 2o;3, 2To; 6. 
26: 9. 311)!. 

Laughton, , sold Indians into 

slavery. 5. 2")1. 2.";o. 
Laurens, Henry. 6. 87. 
Laurent, a hostage at Fort St. George, 
S.oGli; belon'^ed to the Penobseot 
tribe, 5. •'ITt'-.'lTl ; sent with Car- 
gill to tind eauoes, 5. 37^: men- 
tioned, 5. ■J7o. 
Lauverjait. Pere. 7. So, S6, SS, SO; let- 
ter of cited, 7. 6. 
Laverdiere, C. H., his edition of 
Champlaiu's journal cited, 7. 24.J. 
Law books, fe\v in use in 17ti'J, 6. r;4. 
schools, none in Maine before 1S20, 
S. 170. 

Capt. , I. 524. 

Lawrence. 8. 1-JM. 
Abbott, 8. S9. 

Amos, interested in the huildin;; of 
Bunker Hill Monument, 3. 252. 
255H, 2G2-2i;;3, 2G2/i, 2ij-j/i, 200-207, 
20s. 
Gov. Charles. 8.149,221,223,244, 
240, 202, 20:;, letter from Gov. 
Shirley, 8. 22:^/). , 

Hep/.ibali, nf-e Munjoy, married : 
Stephen Cross, i. 257, 313. ! 

Hobert 1st, built a stone hou.?e, i. ' 
247: killed, i. 247- ! 

IJobert 2d, married Hepzibah Mor- 
tiniore, i. 247, 257. 313; a guar- ; 
dian of Hepzibah Munjoy, 1.257; 
improved the farm of his wife, i. 
257, 25S; a trustee for Falmouth. '. 
I. 271, 554; 0]iposed t!ie survey of j 
land by Clements, i. 275 ; leader in . 
the op])osition to Gov. Andross, i, : 
2S0; complalued of Davis for tres- j 
pass and lowering the value of 
his land, i. ^Si); airested for 
scandal, i.2>l; the basis oi his 
land claim, i.i'-'l ; laud contiimed 
by Davis, i. 2^2, 2^L'/(; (-(unniis- ) 
sioner, i.2S4: appealed to Brad- ', 
street, i. 2>3-2.'54; answered by \ 
Davis, I.2S4; his answer to Davis, 



j 2S5 ; had jtrivate motives a<:ain-t 

Davis. I.2S5: urired tlie uovvii;. 
ment to send assistance to Ci^r.., 
I. 292 : in comman<l of a gaiiixii;. 
I. 290: consulted witli Major 
Chiinh. I. 290; troojis stationed 
at his house. i.39S, :;i:;: hislmtis^. 
the si'eiie of tlie Imiian atiack, 1. 
299h: mm tally wounded, i. :';n-j_ 
313: his disputed land eliim ;m -,- 
tied by his death, i.."113; hi-- orji^rj;. 
unknown, i. 313; left no iv>u,., 1. 
31.;: hatl a house on Manjiiv's 
Hill, I. 313; lived on the Neck, i. 
321. 
Lieut. TJKunas, petition to the gen- 
eral court, 8. 250)i. 

31 r. . 5. 37. 

Lawson. Christopher, punished for 

contempt. 1.374; first seltUr mi 

the Keimebec, 3. 317; employed 

by Thomas Purchase, 3. 317. 

Lawson's Plantation. 2. 204. 

Lawyers, early of 3Iaine. 4. 10; of 

Portland, 5. xxvi, xxxiv. 
Lay ordination performed in Gorliani, 

' 2. 147. 
Layer, 3. xvi. 
Layton, J no., signed the pctitou to 

Mass., 5. 240.^ 
Lazarus, au Hidian living in Bakers- 
town. 2. 112. 
Leach, the Piev. Giles, preached ii' 
Wells, I. 34'.ik. 
see Leech. 
Leaden plate, the. 9. 224. 
Leader, George, grand juryman, i. 
371; his servant to be punished 
for insubordination, i. 371. 
Pdchard, agent for Mass. .in England, 
I. 10 1;^; 9. lioiK 344. 
Learned, Major David, 4. 302, 301. 

Mrs. David, 4. 391. 
Lease of Gorges to Cleeves and Tuck- 
er, I. 01, 543. 
Leatherby, Stephen, signed the peti- 
tion to Charles 11, i.402. 

Leatliers, , nutrried Abigail 

Tiiomas. 3. 315/i. 

Leavett, , in the expedition 

against Pcjrt Boyal. 7. 77. 
Leavitt, Abraham, suspeeted of biii.-.' 
a tory, 3. 199; biographical noi.i> f 
of, 3. 2i7; mentioned. 3. 139, (. 
Deacon Jolm, biographical notic 

of. 3. 217. 
Leavitt, Samuel. 4. 244. 

, of Turner. 4. 304. 

Lebanon, 4. 0, 111, 27! : 6. 35=^; ?• -!•' 



Lebbi-e, / a way of spellin 
Lebljy, i 09. 

Leblam-, J. din. 6. 342. 

Josejili. 5. 342. 

Madlin, 6.312. 

Margan-t. 6. 342. 

Mary, 6. 312. 



Li 1)1 'V, 



INDEX TO COI,LF.CTION<:. lf,5 

Oliwr. 6. ;"'.4-2. i Lo Joiino. Tore Tan! 7 ■^\n r,- 

Paul, a iMviu'h noutral, 6. G12. : Ldan.l, .I<.sc.i,l,, maniol i)oivas Kii>-, 



Kosf. 6. :;ti'. 



3- -'15. 



Samuol. 6. :;-12. Le Luiuh-e, rove 6 "'.- 

LcHrott..ii.l'hilp...r.]]rolton, Philip. skd. tr-ns. 5. 17.-,. ' 

Lcclil'oni. 'J'li.nnas. liis ]'liiu Dialiiii^- . ,.| ni^piu'. 8. :'.•".». 

cr .NV'.vs li..iu.NowKii-Jai;.ioititl, LiuiMut, Cupr. IVnjamin. j^evvod m 

T ?' '"■"'■-M ■ , *'"^' <-"»"itiiH'nfa"l annv. 2. 1'14- 

Lrclmuie. Ihoinas. siuiiod llif ?reatv in. nticiird. 2. •_]:.', -.'l^-' q J.K) 

01 1,J.], 6. i'.")4; autiigraiili of, 6. l)a\ i(!. 2. l'N. 

-■^"^- Janus. 2. I'l;;, L'2."). 

H'-"*' TV ^'"'''^' ^- ^■'''- "'^■"- <-';M't..I<.l'M.-sc.iv,-,l in flioContinon- 

tnuu'd. 8. ]:.;.. 1:;.;. 14,,;,. tal anny, 2. l'14: menti..m\l, 2. 

Le Citux, Iian<;ui>, map ut. 6. L'lO, :^i''^, L'll. lM:;. 

-'-',-'■'• ! Tiionia.s. sfiM'd in tlu- ( pnlincntal 

l.ev, 4. I'.M. 1 arniv. 2. LM4. 

Elu-.al.i'th,niaiiiodrliePev. Tliunias Lcnnpt'.'tla.. same as tlu' J ),!-nvaro<^ 

Allrn. 5. xIvK ,. , , 4-!'T: a Nvidcly sp.,ken lan-uairo! 

ilucr Jt's.se. lirst m NeAv I-.nuiand, 4. lT: in p,.>M-,>i,ni of a lan-o 

•7- -'-<; in Maino. 7. L--,; his tciiitwiy. 4. ^T: ralh-<l M-on- 

charaoior and aliliii.s. 7. I'-S; quins and Wapaaad.ki. 4. 'J7 fstt 

jniblished a history of the Meth- j Lcnni-Lcnape 

odist-s 7. I'l'S. I Lcnapis, the. 6. 217. 

Jolin, 7. l:]. . 1 Leiiiifiie, 5. 40.j. 4(i7. 

the Kev. Jonathan, fust minster in Lenin-Lenaia', the. .same a*? Aln-on- 

Sahshury. 5. xlvi. quins, i. 412; their la n'iuaae'ex- 

the parish 01. g •,(.2. tolled, 1. 41:;: the miuin ..i their 

Pob.rt. 2. 2.,0. 2G4. _ \ lan-ua-e unluiown. 1.427: same 

the lluii. .Silas, praeticed m Wis- as the J)Lda%vares, 4. >.7 • called 

casset, 6. .-,2: married a daughter jrrandfnthers. 6. 21C.; supiu.-td 

of George Thatcher. 6. .^.2: Judi^e deiinition of their name. 6. -10- 

of Piohate. 6. ...-j; dir,triet attor- 217; mentioned. 5. •'•':; ■'7'- n 

ney and member of eonurcss. 6. u^.j; .sre Lenajje. ' ~' "' 

5o: death of, 6. '/.:.: charartL-r and Lenox. James. 5. 440. 

person.al appearance, 6. .j.l: men- Tlioinas. 8. l^;h(. 

tioued. 4. ;j;]u, ;i.;u/;; 5. xxiii, xxv: the Duke of, one of tlie Tly- 

.f..?;, ."^^ •■•'•'• . moutli Comi,anv, i. .■;2, ".-,); 2. 

Uidiam, si.Lrned the petition to 4()(f: his share in the Co, sn-il of 

Mass., 5. i'41. , New En<:land. 2. .54: ueaiii of. I. 

ii '*'t^ ' ^'•'"^^'"^^■^'' I- -•'•^- : ^1 : mentioned. 2. 42». 40. 

o..- ',y-- ' °^ ^^- Vineyard. 4. Lenthall, Edmnnd. manied Susannah 

_ 6.J.), ./.*.>. ... Erereton. 2. 4(;/,. 

Lees grant incorporated with Xor- Marv, heiress of .'^ir William 

Leech. Mark. 4. :j.V... Prereton, 2. 4t;,(; mariicd 

tlie liev.^ , of Raymondton, 4. Levett, 2. 4(i/<. *> 

801, -.is.,. Leonard. Daniel. 7. 201. 

Leeds, 4. OO-^;.: 6. TO. i Leominster. 6. O'.-,,, 70/<. 

Avay, 4. :y.j^. ■■ Leonidas. 7. 110. 

Leeniarj-s island, 9. 1;];]. 141. . Leopold, Emper-r. 7. 41 •4.". 

Leg dollar, 6. b;4. . ' Lermund. Mary, married fvras Eaton, 

i-^egai-.l. J iiomas, signed the treaty of 7. 4:tl. 

_ 17J4. 6. I'.V..; autograj.h of. 6. 2.J'J. Lescaibot. Marc, fund of vabaable in- 

Eeicester, 3. ->;;, v:i4. , formath.n in his w..rl:s i..;o4- 

academy, G. .0/.. 1 companion of Du M.-nts. 6. 17r.,.! 

Leig I..S, 3- >v. speaks of earlv reliuh-i:., services, 

-feighton t .i.ules. 3. 2iw;, 2o3. i 6. Hon; called a chaplain. 6. IToh ; 

Jolin, lived at .Saco, i. l.-."., l.vs; an on hi.s way to America 7 -^n-i- 

action brouglit against, 1. 1>.-K a hisllistoire de la No'u'velle 

juror, I. l^s; si.^rijed the petition France cited, 1.20,7 4:'o- 2 U- -^ 

to(.romwell, i..V.)4: 4. 211.-,: signed 102,240 "04 "O.'j ' '' 

the treaty of 17]:J, 6. iC.o; auto- Leslev. the Kev. , of Ip.-wich. 4. 

grajdi of. 5. ■^:,:,. ■_,-,:] . 1 - -i 

MuhaU).,^. -jnr,. ; Lesueiir, P.. liis Dic'ionarv rh- Kacines 

Lonitjcr, Caj-t. --— . 5. :;0^. Abnaki^es cited, 9. -0;j. 

LeLstnerCliarle,, agent for Gen. Lett, 7. T'J, 7'J/(, tUu. 
>N aido. 6. ;j.';j. 



156 



!\IA1NE inSTOrvICAL SOCIETY 



Letters from the pouoral cniirt to 
Casco, I. :j40: I'rotn Gor^os to 
Viiu'.s ami otIitMs, i. A 1 l-:)Ui>; fiom 
Goorizo ropliaiu to Janus i. 5. 
S">T-ui'<U: fmm Kisliwtirtli t.> Kiuli- 
cott. 1. o!'!),- troiii \\'asliiiiut<.'n to 
Knox, 4. 4'J-(.>.i: of ArnuKl dm ]ii< 
exi>(.'iIiiioii to Canada. i..44T-4',tS: 
of .Ia('ol< Hailoy on tlio dostruc- 
tion of Fahnoutli. 5. 4:]T-1.!.0. 

Lettros; Ediliantes cited, 1. 420. 

Leuelit. Mr. , 6. :]2o. 

litnant, 7. i*i2.'). 

Lcvoretr, John, sent by Mass. to 
Maine, i. ITi!; 5. ISO;" Musoontxus 
granted to. 9. 77. 78. 'J-J't. L'<")7; ex- 
tent of tlie irrant. 9. 77. 2-'>--2-2i>\ 
became sole proprietor. 9. 7S: 
di-alli of. 9. 7S. i'-JtJ; his heirs. 9. 
78; (ien. Knox, in possession of 
liis irrant. 9. i'l'7: presented a pe- 
tition to Mass. t:t'ucral c-ourt for 
the ]it'oj,le of Maine. 9. ;>2(*i: aireut 
of Mass. in Eiiahmd. 9. :Jl'.;-;]24: 
able to ward oif invesrioation. 9^ 
32(1. .>-_'7; contrast of his ])osiriitn 
in twonty-two nn-nths. g. o2'.i. S'-\0: 
daied not avow himsLdf as ai^ent 
for Mass., 9. 330. 331. 3."j2-3.j3: 
sought to escape a mean position. 
9. 331-332; licensed to <:o to Xew 
Knj^land. 9. 332/;; at Boston. 9. 
o'-j2ir. mentioned, 5. 231: 6.321: 
9. 7'.<, Ij:.";. 3.j2. 3tj3: pur<diased the 
claim of .Spt-neer Plnps. 9. 7'.t: 
associated with otheis in tlie ten 
and thirty proprietors, 6. 3-'l- 0. 
79. 
Tiiomas, one of the grantees of the 
Mnscon.mis patent, 1. 4.'), 7i»: 6. 
321; became the sole propretor, 
6. 321: his heirs. 6. 321. 

Levcretts. the, 5. 3u4. 

Levett, Capt. Christopher, connselor 
for Gorf^es, i. 34/^: 2. 4:i'7. 4.ja. 
4>-a, 4Ua; visited the coast of 
Maine, i. 34»: 2.4S-7: land^nanted 
to. i.4l'/(: 5. 107: 9. 307:"^ at tlie 
Isle of .Shoals. 1.42,;; 2.4^n. ~<j; 
5- 107: at Piscataqna, i.42/i: 2. 
4>a, 80; at Pemaquid, i.42//: at 
York. 1.42/,: k-ft for En-land. i. 
42/,; his sctth.-mont bii.ken up. i. 
42/i; attempt to settle in P.)rtland 
liarbor, i. 'An: Ijuilt part of a 
stone house at Peak's island, i. 
14;i,); 2. Sit; but little known of 
him, 2. iva; met Pobert Gorges. 
2. 4.j«, 7n. SO; at Coi»e Manwacron, 
2. 48^/, ^0; 5. 1(J8: the Indians 
disconraired his making a settle- 
ment, 2. 4v/-41t«; member of the 
Plynnnith Conipany. 2. AUa: 5. 
107. 10■^; at Casco, 2.4'.ta: se-ieeted 
a place for his setllemeat and 
called it York, 2. 4'jf<; at Panna- 



way, 2. 7r>: at A^amenticns. 2. 
SO; at Cape Porpns, 2. Mt: ai .^aro. 
2. 81-8-_>. 83: saw the Whir." 
Mountains, 2.84: iiavc his n.uin' 
to a river, 2. 84. s."> ; nut .1 sa„'.\- 
nu^rc, 2. 8;")-80. 87: 5. H''"^. i-7; de- 
Fired to trade willi S;im.i>et, 2. 
87-88: traded with Indians. :. '.'i- 
liked by tlu' Indians. 2. ','2: liom 
Somersetshire. 5. 107: toun;i 
many ships lishim;' on the eoas*. 
5. 108; compared to Sanuiset. 5. 
188; mentioned, i.3."J3: 2. ','3: hi.- 
Voyaiie to New Enuland writtm 
and publishe<I. 2. 1>. 4'.'>': rarit\ 
of the same. 2.4','//. 74: value of, 

2. 4'Ja; editions of. 2.4'.t'f: eom- 
]>ared to Pobinson Crusn. 5. IOm; 
cited, I. 34/i, .j.j;;, lA'Ji,, 3.>3: 2. 70- 
lO'.i; 3.0. 

, clainuul land beU)nging to 

Brereton, 2. 40«. 
Levett" s river, 2. 84. 8.j. 
Lewis, Alonzo. his History of Lynn 
cited. 5. Ilt8?!, 223». 
and Bonython jpatent, the. ji-ranted. 

3. 17: conditions of tlie grant. 3. 
17; ^\'atts aiul Foxwell sent to. 3. 
17. 18; the title under disimte, 
3-22. 

Ann, married James Bose, i. 201, 
314. 

Major Archelaus. 6. 3."3.j. 

Ellinor. wife of John. r. 101: wit- 
ness against George Lewis, i. I'.iJ. 

George, testimony against \\'inter. 
1.72; pn'obably came from .S'-itu- 
ate, I. 75; received a gratit from 
Cleeves and Tucker, i. ~'>. 118; 
grant extended, i. 7-^: died, i. 7"). 
200; lived at Falmouth, i. in.j. 
114.210: .submitted to the juris- 
diction of Mass.. I. 10-^, 3^0; a 
biographical notice of, i. Il3/i: 
lived at Casco, i. 117; his mark. 
I. I2O; petitioned to have the con- 
troversy between Cleeves and 
Jordan settled, i. 141: eoastalile. 
I. I'/.i; signed the petition to the 
king, I. ISO; lived at .Scarl'orougli. 
I. lyi; accused of crinu-s and 
gave a bond for good behavior, i. 
r.»l: his daughter marrieil Tlio:nas 
Skillings, i. VX>, 3<»s; his cliildrcn 
conveyed land to Biciiard 8eu- 
coml>, I. 25'.'. i.'7n; deposition con- 
cerning.!. 200-201 ; lived at Back 
Cove, I. 200, 321 ; his children, i. 
201; his daughter married Janu-s 
Ross, I. 314; his statement con- 
cerning Bobert Xash. i.:]>-3; nun- 
tione<l I. 121. 122. 123. i'21. 

Hannali. maried James Darling. !• 
201. 

Jwb. built a garri.son. 3. 314; 8. 123, 
iS-in, 124; las pcliliou to Gov. 



INDEX TO COLI.KCTIOXS. 



15: 



Shirloy. 8. 12:':. l-2:)ir. a n'sidont 
of Boston. 8. lL'4: oik- of tlie Po- 
jepscot Coini>:iiiy. 8. 1-4; site of 
!iis fort. 8. 1-J4: livid at An<j:usta. 
8. 1_'4; JiU'iitiniioil. 4. li'>4, ItUi. 
Jv)]in liveil at Fahnoinli. i. Hi!. 114. 
■2\:'>: ijcraiir to. i. T'>. llo; si'j^nod 
the siil>ini>sini) to Mass^. i. llL'; a 
son of Gec'iuf. i. 11 o. 117. '2<'>\: 
at Scituate. i. 11:',: C'lci-vt-s con- 
veyed land t". I. 117; situation of ' 
tlie same. i. 117: conveyed the 
same to Nathaniel Wallis. i. ITS; 
2lU>(i, 2(51; siLTned tlie petition to 
thekincr. i. 1>0; a ^vitncs^^ nirainst 
George Lewi^. i. 1".)1; did not re- 
turn to Falinoutli after the In- 
dian war, 1. L'.jO; mentioned, i. 

Jotlian, married Mary. wiih)\v of 
Thomas Skilline^. i. I'.'-'i/). -i)l. 

Lathrop, surveyed tlie Wahlo jia- 
tent, 9. 220. 

tlie Hon. Latlirop. 7. 21. of'O. 

ilary. married ti!<t Thomas Skil- 
linL's, I. 1".'.T>, 201 ; second. Wilkins, 
and third. Jotlian Lewis, i. l'j,5, 
2r.l; lived at .Salem, i. 2G1. 

Gen. Morgan, g. ]--'>. \>i'>. 

Philip, lived on II.--- i>land, i. loO; 
settled at Back T'ove. i. l.;")-l.jO, 
321; surety for George Lewis, i. 
liti; son of George, i. 2t'>l ; wit- 
nessed the deed to George Mun- 
jov, I. r)."):^: mentioned, i. 21(3; 3. 
322. 322«. 

Pilchard, depositi'>n of. 3. o'^2-3;j3. 

Susannah, married Tliomas Cloice. 
I. 2i51, oi.iS. 

the. 5. 13.^. 

Thomas, land granted to. i, 44. 70; 
3. 17; 9. 3tjO: died. i. 44; at tlie 
first court lield in Maine, 1. !S4; 
lived at Winter Harbor, i. .S4/); 
ordered to appear at court, i. So; 
witnessed the si'_;niture of Mao- 
worth, I. 544: commissioner, 3. 
30; mentioned, 3. IS; 5. -.'G. 

Col. , 9. ]00. I'oi). 

Major , of Gorliain. 4. 374. 

Widow , of Limerick, died, i. 

ft O •! 

Lewis' Xeck. named for George 
Lewis, I. 123. 

Lewiston, 4. 27. 30.'. .35."j, 37S, 3S2, 403; 
7. 273; 8. 300. 
frdls, I. 40;*; 2. 13v»: 3.322: 4. 0."j. lOS- 

LewscomVj, .Svma. sianed the petition 
to Mass., '5. 241. 

Lexincrton. 2. 14'!; 4. 70; 6. 300; 7. 
307; 9. 08. 
battle of, the. its effect upon the 
people of Bath. 2. L'l.".; news of 
carried to Machi-^.s. 2. 243; effect 
of on the peojih/ of Sciuboroucrh, 
'^. lO.j-100; inQueni.ed Benjamin 
LatOD, 7. 4i7. 



Ley den. i. 3.3; 6. 24. 
Lezart. Peter. 8. .M. 00. 
Lihhee. a way of s]>olling Lild.v, 3.(;;i. 
Lihhy. dilYereiit wavs of spclliiig the 
name, 3. 00. 
Alison, served in the war of tlie 

Revolution, 3. •J04. 
Aniliony, in the garris.>n a; Black 
Point. I. L'27y): 3. llo; livi.l at 
Falmoulii, 3.3l'1; moved to Ports- 
mouth, 3. 321; a relative of An. 
thony Brackett. 3. 321 : Brautliall 
his assnrety, 3. :>:<iy. a son <.l Jt.Iin. 
3. 00; to assist in the erection of 
a fort, 3. 132. 
Mrs. Anthouv, reminiscence^ of 7 
174. ■ . J- 

Daniel, son of John. 3. 00. 70. 
David, garrison of. 3. 170: moved 
to Maidiias. 3. 17?: mentioned, 3. 
17bi. iso^ :.';;(•,. 
Ehcnezer, moved to Machias •? I7'i 

ISO. 

Edmund, served in the war of the 
Kevolution, 3. L'04. 

Elias. a leader of the Free-will Bap- 
tists, I. 328. 

Ephraira. 4. 20.";. 

family, the. 3. 217. 

genealogy, the, a complicated af- 
fair, 3. 217. 

George, moved to Machias, 3. 17S. 
1 SO. 

Hall. 3. 181. 

Henry, signed tlie petition to 
Charles II, i. 402; 3. l-j'.hr. a .son 
of John. 3. O'.i. 140/,; moved to 
Scarborough, 3. i:;'.i-140: his sons. 
3. 140»; biographical notice of, 3. 
i.'10-217. 

Jacob, 3. ISO. 

James, son of Henrv, 3. 140;; mo 
217. 

James, son of Jolm. 3. 00: in tlic 
garrison at Black Point, i. l'_'7;, : 
3. 110; in commanfi of tlie gar- 
rison. 3. 140; mentioned. 3. Ir.r, 
173. 

James, served in the war of the 
Picvolution. 3. L'!i4. 

John 1st. the lirst of the name in 
Xew England. 3. Os. (i;i. 70; came 
from Broadstairs. 3. 0^; i],(-,\ to 
from Jocelyi). 3. r,v,_ i;-.,,- site "f 
his house, 3. Os: suj.po^t.d to 
have been a man of weaitii. 3. 00. 
his ancestry, 3. OO/j; died. 3. o;); 
childivii of. 3. 00. 210; }d^ uiH,' 
3. 70; his barn bnriieil. 3. 1 1'.i; Ids 
ta.x of 1081. 3. i:;o: ih-hmmi;, d, -,. 
74. 7<. 81, 110. 110, 140, i. 

Jolm L'd. son of Henry. 3. 140,,. 217: 
moved to Scarborough, 3. 14n„. 
called Black Jolm. 3. 14(t,(, i.;;-; 
mentioned, 3. u;'). 

John 3d, sou of John, 3. CO: in the 



158 



:MAIXK inSTOUlCAL sociktv 



].ilil)y. .7(i1in, r.d— 0(Milimu'il. 

^.urisoii at l>i:ulv I'uiiir. i.'2'21n\ 
3. 110; nu'iuioiu'd. 3. IC'i".. 1T:>. ■_';>(>. 

Jonatlian, liis c.xltlo inaiktil. 3. It:'.. 

Jonathan, seivfd in the war <_'l tlu' 
Ki.-voliition. 3. -'>'■). 

Josoiilu lU'ivfd !■> ^^a■.■llias. 3. 170. 

,To.«ia!i. 3. l-iO. 

Lydia. dauulitrr of Sotb. inaniod 

'jolin Ha>ty. 3. -Jll. 
Lydia, wife ot ^L'tll. 3. iMl. 
Mattlu'w, son i>f .Jolin. 3. t'O, ~C); 

marsh at Bla<"k Point L^ranted to. 

3. loi); nii'iitionc'd, 3. l'i<i. 21". 
No;th. 3. IT;!. 
Kfulion. 3. 1S(). 

liOlxMt. 3. L"»4. 

Samuel, st>n of irenry, iiiDVcd to 

Scarboron:;h. 3. 14U/'. 217; in the 

garrison at i'>l:uk I'oinf, i.227h; 

3. IKt; meiuioned, 3. IS'. 
Samuel, sun <>t' John. 3. GO: in the 

ELack Point p,arri>on. 3. llo; 

nieetinus hehl at Ins house. 3. I'>0; 

meutione<l. 3. 106. 
Sarah, 3. ISO. 
Seth, 3. 211. 
Simeon, served in the war of the 

Revolution. 3. 204. 
Thomas. <xvanx to. 3. ISO; served in 

tlie war of the P.evolution, 3. 204; 

mentioned. 3. 2'>1. 
Tliomas, of Pr')ufs Xeck. 3. 2lG. 
Timnthv, moved to Maehias, 3. 17S, 

ISO. 
William, 3. MV,. 217. 
Zebulon, serveil in the war of the 

Pevolution. 3. 204. 

Widow . . died, i.OO.i. 

liibby's river, 3. ij>, 78. 
Liberty. 9. >>1. 

poles, 3. 20G. 2otu;. 

the. conimand<'d by O'Brien. 2. 24'>. 
240, 247; captured the Maricaretta 
and Dilicreme. 2. 24-J-240; com- 
missioned by Mass.. 2. 24*). 

Library of an early lawyer. 4. l.">-ir). 

Licences for takinc,^ up land in .ifaine. 

5. 107-110. 
Lieutot. Madam de. i. 43-'i. 
Ligonia, ser- Lycouia. 
Limbo, an African. 4. 2'^S?i. 

Lime, made at Tliomastou, 4. 320; 9. 
8'j; made at St. Georges, 5. '.ilon; 

6. 20. 

Limerick Academy, incorporated. 8. 

]:^>; grants to, 8. 173: opened. 8. 

173; teachers of, 8. 173; closed. 8. 

174. 
Ireland, tlie name of given to a 

town in Maine, 1.327; mentioned, 

I. o'j'jil. 
Maine, Cliavhs Freeman preached 

in, I. 32G, 327; the churches of, i. 

32S, 332; education in, i. 32^, 32'J/i, 



331: occ(i]iafion of the i>oo|ile .><'. 
I. 320-:'.3o: tradi- at. i. .i:;!; , •;. 
m.ite of. 3-32: deaths at. 1. .•,...• 
3:!3; account of. i. 3.''.;i. :'.•'. t; 1;;. 
dian remains in. i. ■)■'•'■]: t:uc ..f 
the country, i. .3 i:!; inor.ils ..;". 1. 
334; account of by tiiarUs Fie. - 
man. i. 32.'>-:;3.'). 
l<iminLrIon. 4. 27ii/(. 
Lincoln. 3. l'o.'jw. 

Abraham, 7. 274: 8. 4'>(). 

Academy, incori)orated. 8. PV. 
grants to. 8. ItiG; funds raided f,.r. 
8. Ititi; building erected, 8. P'''. : 
teacluM-s of, 8. liji); large atteini- 
ance. 8. Km. 

Aihertiser. 6. 203. 

and Kennebec Society for removiiv.: 
obstructions from the Keniiehee. 
8. 344. 

Gen. Benjamin. 7. 8. 10. 14. P); 8. 
7. 10: 9. l>o, psp 

the Countess of, 3. 31Syi: 5. 171. 

county, first church in. 2. 22"; 
courthouse built, 2. 270: had n" 
clergyman. 3. 27'>: establi^heil. 5. 
Ix; 6. 43, 44-4.') ; 8. 2>.">: pulilii: 
building built by the l'!ymout!i 
Conii)auy, 5. Ix; boundary of. 6. 
43; Pownalborough the sliii'' 
town of, 6. 43; mentioned. 2. 217: 
3. 3;)4; 4. V), IG, 4."). 7S,_:;21: 5. 
xxi, XXV, Ixii. ].")4(i. 23o. ;;,o,,. 4;-, 
410. 422; 6. 3/i. 41. 4G, 47//. "-2. -M. 
57, 0!t. G7, 72;j. 81. 3lo. :>;o. :;7'>: 7 
104, 280; 8. l.V_>,'lt)l. 201,;. 2o-. 
200«, 21'."/i. 283, 200. 317; 9. 22':: 
Commissioners Rejjort of cited. 5- 
188/i. 104/i, 230;i; Early Lawyers 
of, S'.e Allen. Frederick. 

Daniel Waldo, i. 4o:t. 

Earl of, his daughter married 
Robert Gorges, i. Pui; 2. 47'7. 

Gov. Enoch, a corporate meinber of 
the Maine Historical S.jciety. i- 
11; extracts from his manuscript-^. 
i.40:}-440; omitted no means t" 
acquire knowledge, i. 404. 4o''; 
his profluotions imi)ress'>d witii 
benevolence, i. 404-4O'j. 4'»'>: m '- 
terials for publication, i. 4''..: 
later years given to tlie work, i- 
401'); iiis study described, i. I"'': 
his character, i. 400-4oT: bio- 
graphical notice of. i. 40S-4ir. 
elected governor. 8. ;;i; iH';"- 
tioned, i. 12; 4. 7. 0:i; 5. x''*:- 
xxxvii; 6. 71; 8. 4, 32. 34, :;'. '■>'<■ 
SS. 3K. 40. 44, 4.">. :J0;',, 410. 478. 

Gen. Benjamin. ex]>lored the state 
lands. 7. 3-04. 

Dr. Isaa.-. i. 11; 6. :3.'iS. 

Gov. J>evi. I. 40S; 5. H; 7. 408. ^ 

the U>m. Levi, father of Enoch au'. 
Levi, I. 408. 

Papers, the, cited, 5. 327n. 



IXDP.X TO COLLECTIONS. 



] r.9 



na.-hol, m.'inioil Col. Bout. He, 6. 

Sanuiol, oaiiio to Ainerii'n, i. 40^; 
U\id nt lliiiLiliani, i. i'lv; au- 
costor of (uiv. Knot'li, i. ■ilj^. 

Col. . 8. 1'L'T. L'i.'S. 

Dr. , 5. xviii. 

Zadork. 2. 21.;. 

LiiKiihisliire. 5. ■-'■"1';: 6. 170. 
I'iiti'n'. I. 4.">, Ti'; 9. 77: .•<' • Mus- 
conpiis ^^-juit. 

Linoolin illo. foritioily T)uok-tr;\p, 4. 
ol'4/(; railed Cani.iii, 7. :;:;4. 

Lindall, 'i'iinotliy. i.oll. 

LiiniojHH>. .-^ame as Delawarcs. 4. ll.">; 
iiioanin::: of the wonl. 4. ll.'i: ;(tt 
Lfimi Leiiapo. 

Linn-LitliLiosv estato, 5. 422. 

Linen, bounty paid on. 2. 1^:]. 

Lions in Maine, i. 7<>: 3. >'.'. 

Liquors, juice of. i. 71. 7:.'; S.-otro'.v 
li.-ensed to sell. i. I'ol. i''>'.>: 3.1i'i!: 
yilvanns Davis lieensed t 1 >cll. i. 
2~i'J; r^Iunjoy and Seaodnili li- 
ccu'^ed, I. 2.'>0: illeual ^ak■ of, i. 
L'-')!'; law restricting tin- sale of, i. 
8S1; 3. 30; 5. 71!," li'i'. is], 124: 
sale to the Indians causu'l trouble, 
3. 134; court called to prevent. 3. 
134; not to be snld durinir tlie 
conference of 1720, 3. 2>1 : sold in 
Canaan. 4. 37<i. 

Lisbon. Maine. 5. 33.'): 6. 7-". 
Portugal, I. .").■) 1 : 7. 474. 

Lisoonib, William, lived at Black 
Point. 3. >3. I 

Liston, Robert, 8. 100. ' 

Litchlield, Bev. Joseph. 7. 220. i 

Literarv iustitution of Xew llaniptou, 

9. 240. : 

miscellany, the, 6. 300, 403. j 

Lithgoe, ( dilTereut ways of spelling I 

Litiiguod, \ Lithgow, 8. 2'-4. ; 

Lithgow, Alfred (r., inarrii-d Miss 

Theobald. 7. 422; nicntiuued, 5. i 

41S; 8. 2S7. I 

Arthur, a son of William, 5. 4 IS. \ 
422; 8. 2S7: held vari'ius oUices. ' 
5. 4 is; died at Charle<town, 5. , 
41S; married Martha BridLTe, 5. 
41S, 422; 8. 2-S; children of, 5. j 
422; 8. 2s,S; endeavored to estab- i 
li.ih a claim to the Linn-Litligow { 
estate, 5. 422: engaged in trade, 
8. 2S7; a sherilY, 8. 2-^7; moved to i 
Bost(m, 8. 2>^. I 

Artliur jr., lived in, 5. 422; 8. 2S^. j 

Benjairdn. 9. 201. 

burial ground, 8. 2sn. 2-7. 

Caroline, married Bichard Devans, 
5. 4l'2. j 

Charles, 5. 423. | 

Cliarlotte, daugliter of Capt. Wil- 
liam, 5. 418. 423; 8. 2^7; aitd un- 
luairied, 8. 257. 



familv. 4. 7'^: croncah'Lrical notice of, 

5. 4'i:!-42:;: 8. ir,:\„. 
Kr.im-es. daughter nf Arthur ji-., 5. 

422: 8.2>'S: married .lidin Pavson, 

7. 422: 8. 2SS. 

James Noble, son of AVillirnn. 5. 
41S. 422: 8. 2>^7: a lawyer. 5. J|>; 
miried .Vnn (; tnliner, 5. 41^. 422; 
chihlren of. 5. 4 IS, 422: 8. 2^7; 
(batliof. 5. Il>: lived at Dresden, 

8. 2<7. 

Jane, dauiiliter of AVilliam. 5. 41S, 
423: 8. 2s7: engaged to Bowland 
Cushiu'jr. 5. 4 IS; died unmarried, 
5. 41S: 8. 2S7. 

Lleuellyn \V., si>n of James; 5. 4 IS; 
422: 8. 2^7: marri( d .Mary Bow- 
man. 5. 422-423; had no cliildron, 
5.423; date of his birtli, 5. 423; 
died. 8. 2^7; mentioned, 8. 2S3; 
Letter on the Lithgow Genealogy, 
5. 421-42.''>; mistake made bv, 8. 
2-4. 

Louisa, daughter of James Noble, 
5.41s. 423: married Col. Edward 
Williams. 5. 41's. 42.',: died, 5-423. 

Mary, daughter of Arthur, niarried 
to* Charles Deceiis, 5. 122; 8. 2SS. 

Mary, dauehter of William. 5. 41S, 
423: 8.2S7: married Major J;imes 
Davidson, 5. 4 IS, 423; 8. 2^7. 

Nancy, daughter of William. 5, 41S, 
423: died young, 5. 41<. 

Robert, lived in Ireland and Scot- 
land, 5-421; 8. 114. 2v;-2sl: camo 
to America. 5. 421 : 8. 2S4; did not 
go to ILilifax, 8. 2-'4: father of 
William. 5. 421: jTobably camo 
in Temple's ship, 8. 2-1. 

Capt. Bobert, son of Caj^t. 'WilHarn, 
8. 2->7; .served in the war of the 
Bevolution, 8. 2S7; lost at sea, 5. 
41-;. 421; 8. 2-7. 

Sarah, daugliter of William. 5. 41 s, 
423: 8. 277. 27-^. 2'-7: married 
Capt. Samuel Howard, 5.41<. 423, 
8. 27s. 2^7 : her doeendent- now 
living, 5. 423: aduiir d liy Aanui 
Burr. 8. 277 : the tradition d'>ubted, 
8. 277: a woman of beauty, 8.278; 
mentioned, 8. 150. l.")l, 1.^2. 

Sarah, wife of Capt. William. 8. 2S»-). 

Susannah, daughter uf Williaui, 5. 
418; married the Bev. John Mur- 
ray, 5. 418. 423: 6. lOJ; 8. 2-7. 

Capt. \Villiam. birth of. 5. 421; a 
.son of Bobert. 8. 2-4: live<l at 
T(.psliain. 8. 2-1: tied to Bruns- 
wick, 8. 2-4: settled at (icULre- 
town, 5. 413, 417; 8. l!2/(. 114; 
his residt'uce. 8. 112; ha<l ci«m- 
niand of several forts in Maine. 5. 
417; married Sarah Noble. 5. 417; 
8. l."r'). I."i2. l.">3. 2^.j; i)Os>.essed a 
h.uidsoir.e property, 5. 417, 423; 



100 



MAINK lUSTOKICAT. SOCIKTV 



Litlii:o\v. C;ii>t. William — contimu-d. 
lieUl inil..li>' (Mlicfs. 5. 417, 4-.':;; 8. 
lit<5; f\ piuisinith, 8. •_'S4-'_'S."): fa- 
miliar with tlio laiiLCiiairt' of the 
Indians. 8. L's"); in cuininanil at 
Fort Kii-liin<>i)il. 8. L'UO//, ■_';'."), l'.'^.j; 
liked l>y tli.> Indians, 4. li'.o. ISl; 
infornuMl .sliirK'N' ot the Krcneh 
encroaeluneiits. 8. 21-">; in.stiueted 
to enlist a lonipany. 7. 1<'-1 : in 
command at Furt Ilalitax, 8. •J;!'^, 
240, ;J('>iw); criticised, 8. 2;l^, »4u; 
to impress men, 8. "24:;, :>4"), 2">ii, 
270; hinilered by the snow, 8. 
241)i, '-'47; inst meted to ijive eon- 
stant infoiinaticn ecnieernini^ the 
Indians, 7. r^^: to be sniierseded 
bj' Preble, 8. L'4.'i ; to strengthen 
the fort, 8. lMO: letters to shiiley, 
7. 177, 170; nttendeil to the re- 
pairs of Fort Ilalitax, 8. 17'.': 2S(). 
2Sl ; made a journey to Fort 
Western, 7. l.")t)-170; route to 
Shirley. 8. 24i')-:.'40; aeknowledfred 
the arrival of the stores. 7. isi>; 
■wrote to Shirley, 8. ■2')0: b.>ats to 
be sent to, 8. 2-JtJ; comiilaiued of 
his ot>ieers, 8. :i."JfJ/( : desired to 
move his family to Fort ilalitax, 

7. 18.'); lerter to Shirley, 8. •J.")7; 
to consult with ("ushin'4, 7. I>."); 
enlarged Fort Halifax, 7. 180. ls7- 
188; '8. -Jsit, I'-l; L-ompleted t!ie 
barraeks. 8. i'*'i7; sent furs to 
WheehvriL;ht. 8. L''!^: his jdans 
for comidetim: the fort. 8. Sis- 
2G0, 2()I, I's;); plans considered. 8. 
201-i'02; plans ajipnjved, 7. l>.s; 

8. 202. 271 : desired to know about 
his i)lans, 8. 20-j; to reduce his 
force, 7. 100: desired a>si»tance, 
S. 200; desired to discharixe a 
part of his soldiers. 7. 102; 8. 
207, 270 : to give information con- 
cerniiiL,' needed repairs at the fort, 
7. 171; to enlist men. 8. 207: re- 
ported the depredations of tlie 
Indians, 8. 207: the impressi-d 
soldiers desired to lie disrliar'^e'l. 
7. 107; boats decayed. 7. !'.»>; to 
employ scouts, 7. r.is; jmlu'e of 

, the Court oi Common Pleas, 8. 
l.")2, 2s;}. L'-'O; built his house. 3. 
277; au Kpis^-rip dian. 8. 1 12: dcatli 
of. 5. 4!7; his corr'-d aije, 8. 28.">. 
2'^0; his trravcstou'^, 8. 2sr,: chil- 
dren of, 5. 4ls-41'J. 421-42;;: 8. 
28.^, 2>i7; mentioned, 2. I'ls; 4. 
14.5, 147, 100, 104, ir,0, 
171, 172, 17.'>, 17»;, 1-^2 
0O8; 6. '>:l: 7. l.'L'. 177 
240;i, 202, L'77. 27'-'. 2-.;/( 
liis deposition cited, 3. ., 
n-S.jn: 4. 112-! 1:;: 8. -04,.. _ 

Gen. Williiiin, iirst lawyer bi-yond 
T^resden, 4. 10; 5. U'J, 422;'lirsl 



los. It;;), 

1-1; 5- 

1-4: 8. 

2-^4. 2S0: 

1'//, :;iOyi, 



United States district attorney ii 
Maine, 5. 41.">: a son of Willilue. 
5. 410; 6. ."j2: 8. 287: served in t'l, 
war of the Kevolutiou, 5. II'.': 6. 
52; 8. 2--7: held i-ublic ollic^^. c. 
410: 8. 2S7; cn-at;ed to M.u'v 
Deeriu--, 5. 4 1'.>. 422; <lcath of. 5. 
410: 6. .",!': 8. 2^7: his iianO-wii-- 
im;', 5. 4 i'.t/i ; eiiLCaucd in the Pen !n 
case, 6. 4'.'-."iU: practised in Ai- 
gusta, 6. ■■)2: majoi--eeneral ><\ th.' 
militia, 6, .">2; his likeness in 
Trumbull's i>icture. 8. 2'^-7: nicii- 
tioned. 2. 218; 6. 104; 8. MO. 
'William ;'.d. son of Arthur. 5. -isJ: 
his dauiriiti'r marrieil '1 olm.in 
Willey, 5. 422. 

, mariied Tolmm Willey. 5.422. 

Little Andio.x-ogi^in river, 2. il.;. i;;o. 
l.")7. Kill; 3. :;--'2: 4. ;;o;i, ;J01, •■',:>iK 

Cambridge. 6. 80; 7. ;382. 

Chebeag. owned by the Waldos, i. 
147; granted to Silvaiuts D.ivis. i. 
147. ' 

Ccnnpton, i. !."-4/,, l.")7, 200,,; 2. 14.'.: 
4. 200, •_'7i-t: 6. .')0/i. 

the l.'ev. Daniel, married Saraii 
Cotlin, 3. 241; in-eached at Weli^. 

4. 242, 24:]; eommissioner. 7. li; 
letter to Major Tiear. 7. 11-12: 
speech to the Indians, 7. 10. !7- 
18; nientioncil. 2. 141. 112; 4.-4;, 
2").'>, 2.'^(;, 2(!1, 27:;, 2'.t;;. l".i1, -j',';': 7. 

5. 1(». 11. 1;]. 1."). IS. L'-_'(l. 

the Kev. ])aviil. jiaslor ;it Kenne- 
bunk. I. ;j4'.i; bail a colleague, i. 
:34U-;J.')0. 

Eliza, married D.ivid Collin, 4. 240,(. 

Falls, 4. ;];;o. 

Harbor, 5. 20.]; g. ;]00,<. 

Josiah, 2. 128; 3. .■J:]4. 

Mosiers, i. 70. 

Ossipee river, i. :]:]•], .■]:]4; 4. 270, 277. 

Otis, his state of trade in the north- 
ern colonies cited, 8. l:j.j;i. 

river, 2. S4, 140. 14,^;. 

river falls. 5. ■',.]'). 

Dr. Timothy, 2. l'>'-]. 

Valentine, teacher at Brighton. 8. 
17;J. 

William, signed the treaty of 171'. 

6. 201: auto'^raph of, 6. 201. 
C apt. , 7. 2:]7. 

York. 9. 18>. 
Littleboro, 4. ;]0."), P/.]Q. 
Littlecote, 2. 2■J|^ 

Littlelield, Anthony, had a sawmill .st 
Wells, 1.208; settled at Wells, i. 
:]02. 
Edmund, to settle the dispute about 
a Ixnmdarv line. i. 001 : earlv set- 
tler of Wells, I. ;;i;l'. 
Francis, came from Ei;'._dai:d, i.:'!'': 
settled at Wells, i. ;;4.'). .>-': 
supjjosc.il to be dead and ^■■■~ 
brotlier named Francis, i. -J^''' 
his desceuduuts numerous, i. ;-»•'• 



INDEX TO COLLECTIOXS. 



101 



Francis 2il, came from Enuland. i. 
o4."); met liis brother ol' the s;une 
name, i.o4"); settled in \\'ells. i. 
34;"), ;kii'; his deset-inhuits. i. iU.".; 
ordered to i>rovi«K- scales and 
weights for ins mill. i. ;;T'.' 

f;inn. 3. 'S)'). 

Josepli, had a sawmill at ^Vells, i. 
MS. 

Thomas, early setilrr of \Vell>. i. 
Ct&J; sij,Mied the petition to Charier 
II, 1. 40:.'. 
Littleton, 2. 14r.. 

Livermore. the Kev. Paul (dlVni in. 4. 
ooS; liajilists and Methoui.sls in, 
4.340, oo:i, :;'.'!; numlier of fam- 
ilies in. 4. o4<l-.;41, oilL'; six twins 
in, 4. .'jti:i; nientioni.d. 2. It;:]; 4. 

304, ooT, oo'.i, o")i), ;;i;o, :jt;i, otii', 

36;J, 390, 391, 39L'. 
the Kev. Isaac, preached in Bath, 2. 

223. 

, 4. 340, .".r.3. 302. 

Liverpool, Enu'land, 4. IS. 

N. y., fort built at, 7. o.".; called La 

Have, 7. 33; now I'ort llussiynol, 

7. 2.J0; Du Monts at, 7. 2r.o. 
Livingston, Brockholst. one of the 

founders of the N. Y. Historical 

Society. 2. 11 (t. 
Edward,' letter to Gov. Smith. 8. 

53, 54; liis olisequiousness. 8. .")4- 

05. 5G; commissioner. 8. 57; his 
edition of laws cited. 5. 4/i. 

Col. L., I. 5i'l, 5l".i. 

Major Kobert, military agent to 
Quebec, 7. 7'.', 7',t/( ; a guest of St. 
Castine, 7. 7'.': jmuneyed with 
Castine to Quebec. 7. 7'.i-si : St. 
Castine saved his lite. 7. jO; men- 
tioned, 7. 163. 

, 5. x.xxvil. 

Lixon, Pet-er, signed the petition to 

Charles 11, il 401. 
Lizard, the, i. 4<3. 4^4. 4^^?, 518. 
Lloyd, I>avid, liis sneer concerning 
J'opham, 2. 'JOa: his State Wor- 
thies cited. 2. 'li'tnii. 

Jose]»h, signed the treaty of 1713, 

6. 254; autograi)li of, 5. 254. 
Lobsters in Casco bay. i. ISl. 
Lock, the Kev. Edward. 4. 3->2, 304. 

-, of Cliester, 4. 333. 347. 

Thomas, signed the petition to Mass., 
Lock's History of Canada cited, 6. 

317. 
^ 5- 240. 

Locke, Juhn L., 6.3W; liis transl.ation 
of Gen Waldo's ciicular, 6. 310- 
3-"i2. 
Elder Simon, preached at Lvman, 

7. 222, 225. 

.luhn. signed the pctitimi to Mass., 
5. 240. 
Lock!i:ut, Cajit, frcorgc. in command 
at Falmouth, i. i"JO; left the fort, 

11 



1. 2.<4n. 20-2: 5. .305; susj-icions 
entertaineil against, 5. I'Ohi; ex- 
onerated. 5. L".»hj. 

Locksmith, wanted bv the Indians, ^. 

373, 4.3.;. 
Loire river, 3. 2S7; 3. ;;i'0. 
Lombard, street. 9. .",>. 

the jiev. , i>ieached in Goiham. 

2. 147. 

London. Smith's descrijjtion of Xew 
Enghuul ]>ublished in. i.;H: ships 
sailed from. i. .32. 1.^0/) : 7. i.".'^; 
home of John I5eauciiam]i. i. A'>: 
Samuel Andrews a citi/ccn of, i. 
•30. 117. 3U5: home of .lohn (iorgt'^, 
I. UKS/i; home of J^ichaid llntcli- 
inson. i.3lL'/(; the archives of ex- 
amined. 2. in,/; the merchants of 
interested in .\merican coloniza- 
tion, 2. 2iiri'. .'j-'xr; 7. DKj. ;;ji ; ;i 
severe winter at. 2. •J.'Jn: not a 
good jtlace to sail from. 2.35a-3(i(j; 
the merchants of assisted the 
Plymouth colonists, 2. 44'<: citi- 
zens of to receive a grant of land. 

3. 31-32; the American resitlents 
of asked to aid in biiilding Lun- 
ker Hill Monument. 3. l'4n: home 
of John Pierce, 4. I'i^: Indians 
shown in 5. 144/i, I7.'s; first Pres- 
byterian church in, 5. :.'S; men- 
tioned. I. 3s„, o2/(, s], ;»(•; 2.8, II. 
25. 42((. 47. ^'<\'in. (IiJ. C<<ii. 7iWf. 17'.i, 
2 to. 204; 3. uo. L'i//, Mi. m;„. ',>,>. 
i53/(. 218, 22t;, :.'^o. 301. .;i!s. 311, 
320, 335. 340: 4. 17. 1>: 5. xl",,. i'-:" 
147, U^n. \:>-2n, 15:1,,. ir,.-,„. j,,;;). 
1S2, 105. 201. L'17, 2:;i. L'47«. 24s. 
251, :].5S, :;;is, .140; 6. s5. >i\, ,^7. 
321,3l'7: 7. l:;7, 2ul'. L".t4. :;()!, 3n7. 
315, 310, 355, :]5s, ;jr,4. ;;-(). ;)s:j. 
400; 8. i;>j/i, 220/(, I'l;:;. 205, 307, 
300; 9. IS, 25, 3:5. A^n. 5t;, 5S. ■•>•:;, 
80, 115, 117. 207. :;iL'. :;n;;. .^04. 
30(5, 318, 32:;. ;jl'4. :;20, :ji",i, 320/i, 
330, :i31, :;:;2. :;52. 

Bridge, 2. 85; g. :;u(. 3:iJ. 

Chronicle, the. 8. 02. 

Company, procured a cluirter. i.2'^; 
planted a colony in \'irginia. 2. 
27(/; formed. 3. 2S0; 5.;;:;2; l)ouiid- 
ary of, 5. 332; commenced colo- 
nizing, 5. 323; called the South 
^■irginia Company. 5. 3;;2/(; sent 
a ship under .N'ewjiort to X'irginii. 
5. ;;34; Cai)t. Joijn Smith in the 
employ of, 7. 315, ;;i(i; mentioned, 
7. 27. 

Times, the. 7. 44'^. 

Tower of, 2. 45. 51. 
Londonderry county, 5. 5. 

Ireland, 2. l:;o: 6. 5. 

Maine, 2. 221 ; 5. 401 : 6. :;i, 3G. 

N. II., 6. 12, 10. 

I'lesbytery, 6. 3(J, 8. 480. 



IpO MATXK 1II>T01:ICAI, SOCIETY. 

Lone: Ashton. home of Sir Koniinan.lo •■ 8. 441; IVnlm of Life cit. 

(ioriros. 2. :2Li j; inontiotK'd. I. 10'.», Ixviii. 



2. Ot'xi. 



Joii:ith;in, 3. r 



Crivk Thorn \5Skillinils" f:inn nenr. Nathan. 3. 1-'): 4. r,:.4. 

I 111.') "itl. •Ji'">. ;UI-:U"); early Su-phiii 1st. tiisl of the name m 
sottUis "noar' i. •-'"';; sa%v!i\iil Maine. 5. xxxii : a si-liooi loa. h. .. 
crecle-l en. i. -'.V-'. :'.17; lauJ nvar 5. xxxii laomim-iit in town aiVaii^ 
conrnined to Mary Munjoy. I. J"'"', 5. xxxii. , 
••■,7- SanuKl \Veh1.<.r"s mill at. i. St-plu'ii -'U. .h-ath ■•!. 5. xxxn. 
''i)-»- ferry near. I. :2TS: Isaac Da- .-Mcphen ;;.l. eorporatr luvmWv -■: 
vLs lived'near. I. :>''.»: iuentiou«.a. ; the Maine Histon<al >u.u-ty. i. 
.',->•> \ 11; birth of. i. xxxi; aiuastiy. i. 
IslamT'Maine. part of ALxamler's i xxxii; at Harvard (clle-e. i. 
crin't I .-M/c 5. •_'; 7. 14:;: within xxxiii-xxxiv: admitted to tl. 
the limits of aneieiit Falmouth. 7. : bar. i. xxxiv; a snceessful lawy^-. 
14.-) • oeeupied bv .lolm Scars. 7. i. xxxv: eharaeter 0I. i. xxxvi: 
14s' ^old to Isaae Walker, and as a j>oliti.-ian. i. xxxvi-xxxv:i: 
later to Tdehard Kns>cll. 7. 14-: edited the Maine and Ma.s>. iv- 
contirmed t.) John nu — 'U. 7- !^-^: P'^^'f^S i- xxxvm; iveivcu a a,- 
conveved to John Sinilli. 7. 14-: , gree from Bowdoin Loile.^e. i. 
called Sraith-S island. 7. 14S; xxxviii; marrie.l /dpah W a.-.^- 
i.roved to be an island. 2. .Ma; ^\-orlh. i.xxxvin: eiiildren -'t. 1. 
Thomas Gvles lived at. 3. n:.<i: xxxviii; .leath ot, i. xxxix: men- 
given to th'e Duke of York. 5. l'; ■ tioned. 3. 1-4: 4. ..'.'; 5. xvu. xxni. 
7 l.V.>; Cadillac" .s account ot. 6. xxv. xxvi. In : 7. 4n-. 
•2-0- lan.l titles in traceil to from Wiliiam, settled at I'.yelield. 5. xx-e.. 
the Earl of :^tirlin-. 7. 144: m-iv marrie.l Anne Sewall. 5. xxxn. 
tioned, I. 14;>; 4- --4; 5. :;i;J. y-o/,; Lon^fellows. the, 4. -o-,. 

j_-^ ■ Lon.r\vorth. Nicholas. 8. ..40/;. 

Island X. Y.. home of John Lane, '■ Loosop. 4. :UT. 

I I's'.hi: expedition a-aiusf. i. Lord. Abraham, sij-n.-d the petiti.-i 

501; \Vil"lium.-.tark killed at. 4.i"^<: ' to Charles 11. i. -ioi : 3. -'oo. 

proved to be an island. 2. ■.)ln: Caj)!:. Ivory, marrred Oavc bourn.', 

mentioned. 5. xb(; 6. li-ii. ■-'~~-'^- ' 8. o>S. , ^ ,, ■ u 

Lsland Ilistoricad So.nety. 7. 4^4. the Hon. Jolin. b.M,urst to b.ruu,. 

Island Sound, the tirst nivi-ator to Academy. 8. l-.J. . 

sail throa-h 2. :Jl/i: mentioned, > Xathaniel. si-n.-.l tlie pentK'U '•• 

g .,-) ^ j Cromwell. i.:;.i.j: signed the !'.• 

lane.'lioston. 6. 12. I tition to Charl-s n. i. 4i)l. _ 

meadow, 4- 14o. 144. 1>1. 202. | th- H'-v. Nathaniel. pr..-aclied ■• 

parliament, the. Ui-bv a member of, : Wells, i. :]■>'}: 7. 222, 21...; mo^cu 

*^ - 3.. ■ ' , to 13er\Ni.di. I. ;;•'.'). 

rapi'l^'the. i. 4^0. i the Kev. Dr. Nathaniel. jrradu.ir.-d 

Keach. home of the Elkins. 2. 2a-,: i from Berwick .Veadcmv. 3. 1^'. 

the settlement at pro-ress.^.l. 2. president; of Dartmouti: <,o.;--:-'. 

20(3; petitioned to be incorporated, 8. It;;'.. ,-,.). 

2. 20f;-2O7: poverty of the parish. : Prote.-tor. his ai.l s..u-l:t DV J.i_ '. ■ 

2. 207; oru'a;iiz'-d.' 2. 2i)s: church ; i. t'7«. , . ,, 

built. 2. 20s: emrajred in ship Mrs. Susan IL. mimed t:ie Hon. i- 

buildin" 2. --'os-i'o:!; tirst scho.>l- i E. D-mrne. 8. 4o:). 

liousein. 2.L'11: number of dwell- Capt. Tobias, mirried .susan ^ 

iu-^diousts in. 2. 212; sent a de- H.teh, 8. 4iC^. 

laS-hmeut to drive the Briti-h ' William, death of. 8. 40s. 

from Jou.-s- eddv. 2. 2l:>. 214; in- Lords of trade. An.iros- leport t... 5 

corporate.l. 2. -^l- : onlv one lam- 27:5-274: It mdolph's report f >. 5- 

ily there in 172<. 2. -79: men- 27.-.»; mentioncl, 5. 2'.m.: 9. 1 li- 

tioned, 8. 11D<, 1)2. 112/<: «'_e , L.^rd's Prayer, the. m the Indian la" 

Bath. ' fxua^'e, 5. 427-42S. ^^ 

Keacli river. 4. ■■^.:'.l. '• Loreau. Charles de, 7. Oi. 

wharf Bosi..n. 8. 212: a battery L'U iiiL' B.. 2. 121. 

built at, 8. 12.'j. ' Ju.iize Edward (i.. 8. 4..1. 

wh'trf, Newp..ri, 4. !-"'''.». i John 7. 2:;7. .,,-^0-0 

Lon"f< bow H. W.. Ids noti.-e of Jore- the Bev. Levi. 2. 142; 4- -^^. -■-<-■ 

hn, 9. lil •: m. :;tioned. 7. 41. 4.-,; the Bev. Nich.das. 2. J-7. 

8 440; 9. ■-'•'•:.: Kvan^'eline cited. 5. Bb hmon.i. 2. 1 , 1. 

xxii- 3I'^ri:uri Saiutumus cited, , 3Irs. Bichmoud, 7. 2:;7. 



IXDKX TO COLLECTION'." 



103 



Lnron, spcnkor for tlio Imlians. 3. :!',^4, 
4'A-2\ ali"s .Sii'^iiaai'iim. 3. -Ilii. 41'.'. 
42-_\ 4i''l. 4:;7: lii> in irk, 3. Jiu-, 
trietl to proviT.t tla- |u'aoi' .>i 171'.'. 
4. 14S, I.") I, I'rJ: iiu'iuioiK'd, 3. .'Jm*, 
oSO, 412. 
Fiaiun.-; jr.. 3. •'j'-O. •'>■:.'. 0'..>S. 

Loror. 3. 412. 

Lo>litn. k river. 4. Ii'-'i. 

J.ossinir, IJciLson, liis FioM Bimk riled, ■ 
9. :y.i. I 

Lotliioi), the L'ov. J., 4. iT-i*. 

J.ottcrii'.N, to r;vi.-<o luuil-; t\)r .1 brid^re, 

2. "Jli'; to sell land in >[aiue and 
pay the df!<r of >Liss., 7. .j-'ij-j-j^; , 
mcntioii'Ml. 8. HU. j 

Loueridgo, William. 5. ')~. i 

Lou':;h!)urou.:h, Lonl. 7. 201. | 

Louis, an Indian. 3. ■',-^'^: 4. 1'31^. 171, ; 

17:;. 174. 17s. 17'.'. l-'i. L-2, 1-4. I 

island Indians. 6. 211. j 

Philippt'. S. 4'.'2. I 

XIII. I. 42>; 6. 117: 7. 2>: 9. 00, 102, : 
10."). ■ i 

XIV. kui'^hted an Tn'iian. 3. 00; crave 
agcraut to I)u 3[.in:.-;. 5. 177; it-ally 
ruled Xaw f^u^lan 1. 5. 2il); in- 
triirned with the Stu arts. 5. :j<;S; 
coins of his reiirn liuiud. 5. 117, 
lis; called the <;reat. 6. 117,-: be- 

.cauie king. 6. ]]~t,i: had the lon^z- 
e.st reij'n in histiMv. 6. 117/i; gave 
a grant to Ca;lilhu-. 6. 'J'o: nun- 
tionr-d. 5. 272. •_'7:;: 6. :j<'-]: 7. 41. 
47. lo(i; 8. 21'.i; 9. 111. 212. 
l-oiiisburg, soldiLis at ^carb')roiigh, 

3. 172». l~,'-'; English to settle at, 
3. 172»: Seth Fo-cr at, 3. 211; 
N'icholas Ilearne killed at. 3. 212; 
Koger Hunni'Afll v.o'indid a'. 3. 
213; Samuel MiUik.-n lost at. 3. 
.210; a. New lLuni>>hire ixgimeut 
at. 3. 210; Col. Reserve at. 3.21'.'; 
Capt. .Sanders at. 5. ;;7'i: 8. l'l'-<: 
Gen. AValdo at. 5. .".-I'/t ; (^biinxinus 
to the colonies. 8. l(i; a n-luge 
for French crr.is 1 s. S. llti; :in ex- 
pedition pliDiied aLTain.-t. 3. ll'l; 
cnptnr.'rl, 2. 2 1^: 3. 172. :.'1_': 8. 
12v», ;j!j'J-.]07 ; caused the French 
to fear tliat they would lose Can- 
ada, 8. 124; a lleet sent to reca;)- 
ture, 8. 12.0; licet disil>U'd. 8. I ■_'."<- 
I2t5: Cipt. Thomas Perkins it. 8. 
12^; Capt. James \.,ble .li. d at, 
8. 1."j2; Ca!)l. Ilsley at, 8. 220//; 
the key to the- St. I. iwiene-e liver, 
8. -'/y^; Warren governor of. 8. 
.'il2/i; the Cibraltaiof .Vmeriea, 8. 
Ol:{: 9. S2; returned to the French, 
8. .'Jl.'J; Europe astonislie/l at the 
Kurrend.-r <<i'. 3. H',; 9. -■_'; mcn- 
th.ned. 2. !->;; 8. \S\. l.'l. l-.'7. 

1 47//, li'.i.'). ;;'J2, ■'.'!■'}, -i')'), :;■)', :^j\>, 

312; 9., Si, 01. 
txpeditiou, the, Col. Artliur Xoble 



in, 8. 110,1: the Rev. William I.en- 
I iciian ii!. 8. 11')//; tli.' expedition 
l>roi.osi.d. 8. in;; orders for the 
capture. 8. 1 M; Belkn tp"s opiniitn 
of the orders. 8. lie.-, private 
reason for the e.vpediri'.ci. 8. 117i<: 
<leath of James N'oi.l'. 8. 11<; 
vessel sent to cut oil sliit>s. 3. 110; 
troops sent. 8. 11'.': i'epiiercirs 
first dispatch. 8. 110, l!"0)i; im- 
possible to carrv out the orders, 
8. 110. 110,;; iiardships of the 
Soldiers. 8. 12'>, 120,/ ;' captured, 
8. 12il; troops detAineil as a gar- 
rison, 8. 122; caused t'.ie ri^;c in 
the price of wheat. 8. 122-12:;; 
the Fren<'!i a\vaken(>d to their 
danger, 8. 124; IS.dknap tlie chief 
authority, 8. ;]02; ti!;_'ed witii 
religious romance, 8. :>)'.; ])rayers 
for its success. 8. ."JUii; a thanks- 
giving sermon, 8. '■',<'■ ■t:; cross 
taken from, now at iraivaril Col- 
lege, 8. ;>)']»; rejiperell Com- 
mander, 9. S2; Waldo a l.riLradier- 
iXeneral, 9. 82; menti'inud, s. 
2'.>4. 
the seige of. 7. 214, :;2."/: 8. ll-j, 117. 
24.")// : 9. 224. 
Louisiana, 5. xxxvii; 6. '"•■'■; 9. 2xo, 

24-!. 
LouvKis, Fran-jois M. !<., 7. 47. 
Loveitt. Thomas, i. :i21. 
Leivejoy. Daniel. 4. :]~,.j. 

Elizabeth, inanied Capt IT. Y. 

lirown. 4. 2>(i,i. 
Samuel. 4. :;i,)4. 

. 4. :]s:5. 

. of Si.Iney. 4. M^. :"74, 402. 

L'lvej./y's narrows. 8. ;;4."). 

Lovelace, (rov. Francis, his letters t" 

Femaouid, 5. G-s, :i47-L'4^; tied 

to En',daiid. 5. 24S; mentioned. 7. 

l."/6; 8. IS-;. 

Lovell, Capt. John, 2. 101; 3. !.",_'; sif 

Love well. 
Loveren. \Villiam. signed t'le petition 

to .Alass.. 5. 240 
Loveiing. Wiliiim, 2. 2:].j; 5. -Jl, .Ss, 

100.' 
Lovewell. Daniel. 4. .']02. 
Caj^t. Jolin, site of his bafti*^. 4. 2S0; 
ceutenarv observances i^f his bat- 
tle. I. 400; 4. 2S()/j killed. 4. -87; 
had an Indian for a >i>'<-oy. 4. 
200; how his men were attacked, 
4. 2'.il; spf also Lovell. 
LovewelTs battle, a bloody tight, 4. 
74, 27"j/(; 9. 212; men sltiii at, 4. 
2S7: called the tight at Pigg- 
whacket. 4. 200. 
bri)ok. 2. Pil. 
pond, sv.-.ins found in. 4. -~'>: raon- 

tiuned. i. 40:'; 4. 110. •_•-■;. l'S7. 
war, 6. 10; 7. 110; 8. lU.a, 114. 
Luvis, an Indi.m. 3. 412. 



lU 



MAINE HlSTOniCAL SOCIKTY. 



Lo-.v. , inarriod Del or.ih InLrersull, 

i. oil. 
couutiies, 3. 2^7. 

Mrs. . ol bidiu'v. 4. oT'). 

Lowdor. Col. .K>n:ith;\n. 7. lo. 

Capt. Sainut'l, 9. -'■''■i. 
Lo^\^.■ll, 5. o7'.'. ;j'.''i/i. 
Abnor, 7. ■J^4. 
Dr. Chark-s. 7. 4iX-^. 
Jolm, I. :^4;], lMC: 7. :1o4, 409. 
Lower Canada. 8. :">")i.». 
Corner, Buxton. 4. 244. 
rvreness, 7. 41. 
Lowtlier. Col. Jonathan, wrote the 
treaty of 177:>. 7. 7: foruKrly gun- 
ner at Fort Pownall. 7. 7-6. 
Lo\N ville. 7. 127. 

Loyalists, to lie settled in Xew Ire- 
land. 7. 201: nientioru'd. 6. ;354. 
Lovd. James. 8. I'.'O. 
Lovola. Ignatius. 5. 17."): formed the 
" soeietv of Jesuits. 8. o21 ; projects 
of, 8. 321. 
I>ubec. 6. 'jo. :>'>S. ::72. 
Lubby, a mode of .spelling Lildiy. 3. 

60, loO 
Lucas. William, tax paid to Falmouth. 

1.323. 
Luce, Daniel, 4. 300. 
Lu.:-lie, 7. 432. 
Ludden, Jacob. 8. .".0. 
Ludgate, 2. 00(/. 71'': 9. 332, 333, S.jO. 
Lue.s. a way of s]K'llinL; Lewis, i. 141. 
Luis, Thonias. a commissioner. i.3';4. 
Luke, Thomas, patentee of Lygonia, 

I. -iijn. 
Lukefonl. John, i. o44. 
Lumber, as a current medium. 3. 
IGS; exported, 2. •_''!'.'; 4. -3; 
to Boston. 5. -'.''.'• 
business llourishincr. I- 2o0/i, 
27s; Kittery a leader in. i. 
petition to the general eourt for 
permission to cut. i. 27i»/(; at 
Limerick, i. 330; at Well>. i.3:;'.t; 
at Scarborouu'h. 3. 107 : at Marhias. 
3. 17S'; at Dunstaii. 3. 213; early in 
Maine, 4. --': txiiact during 
Queen Anne's war. 4. 74: ruineil, 
5. 2">. 
Lunenburg, 4. 3 1 1. 
liUnt. lienjauiiu. 4.347. 

Ju>hua. 4. 347. 
Lur>iguam, Cridvt <!.•. 8. 140. 
Luscome.Odo.iman, in the garrison at 

Black Poinr. i. l'j:7«: 3- H"- 
Lusher, Edwar«l, iield a county court, 

Lleazer, i. 170 : 3. ■>'■->■ 
Lusmore, Jamo>. -i-n-l the treaty of 
1713, 6. -JoCr, aut'jgraph (^f, 6. liOO. 
I, 170. 
Luther, llofrath. 6. 3J-'J. 

Martin, 4. 71. -■'■'>■ 
Lutherens in Wahh.brough, 5. 404, 

405, 400. 
Lutterell, Francii. 9. O-jS- 



107- 
sent 

27G. 



Luxton, George, sold brandy to W-n- 
ter. I. 71, 72. 

Lu7.nun-e, Capt. .lames. 6. 14: 8. 114. 

Lybby, a mode of spelling Libby, 3. ('.;>. 

Lybian coasts. 7. i:;:'>. 

Lydians. tlie, iir>t ;idoptiil meiailic 
currency, 6. 1 17. 

Lygonia, extent of, i. 4."), SO, 07; iiat- 

.* cntees of, i. 4.'</i, ^0: the a.-.-.m- 
bly of aw;irded property t.. 
Jordan, i..")S: i)urchased by llig- 
by, I. 00; Cleeves a deputy gov- 
ernor, I. '.'o, '.11. '.»7, 140., l.")0; 3. 
22; ITigby's patent to declared 
valid, I. ".'0: Mass. ordered t<> 
compel obedieiu^e in. i. 00; dis- 
putes al)Out the buuinhiry of. i. 
',tO: dillicult to eomiirelund wiiy 
Gorges" title was not good. i. !"'>- 
07; i'dgby asked the Loul l'ri>- 
tcctor to aid him in settling, i. 
07ii : separated from the l'rovin> e 
of Maine, i. 0"^: what is known of 
its government, i. 0'.»: letter t^ 
theassend.ly of. i.'.io-lDO; Cleeves 
as agent went to Boston^ i. li l'- 
103: Edward Bigby the agent of 
in England, i. in:]; court of. i. 
540; the people of met at Caseo. 
1.547; desired assistanee, i.o-i'.': 
letter from the governor of Ma.^s. 
to, I. 5.";(); Bicliard Foxwell a 
member of the general as>embly. 
3. I'.t; Henry Walts a member 'i 
the a^sembly of, 3.22; settleuietrs 
cominised in the province ot. 3. 
23)i; lligby's government e>t;'.b- 
lished in, 3-41": olhcers of,3.4i: 
became the property of E(iw;ir<i 
Bigby, 3. -i-J; destruction in. 3. 
42,^4:i; named by Alexander Kii:- 
bv, .5. xxi; mentioned, i. "J3, 04. 
OS, 535, 540; 8, 3'JO; 9. 340. 
Patent, i. so. 
Lyman. 2. 142: 4. 24:1: 7. 2l'2. 225. 
Asa. teacher at the .Saeo Acader-iy. 

8. 174. 
the Itev. Asa, preached at Bath, 2. 

Lsaac. 7. 220; 8. 301. 
Theodore jr., 3. 245, 240. 
Dr. , of Wells, 4. 207. 

Lyme, 6, 32. 

Lynde, .Samuel, signed tlie treaty of 
1713, 6. -;54; autograph of, 6. 
254. 

Lvnde's island. 2. 2S3. 

Lvn<Ihurst, Lord. 7. 2;]4. 

Lynn, hotnc of John Blaney. i. 4'/; 
Batchelder a minister at, i. 7'.: 
for)ner home(jf Bichard Seacomc, 
1. 250; J<jhn (iustiu moved to, i- 
310; i^eople from settled at; ."^c^r- 
boroui,di, 3. 130; mentioned, 2- 
144; 3. 210, 217, 320; 5. 2:i3, 370/.; 
7. Ii27. 



INDEX TO COIXECTIOXS. 



1G5 



David, triod for tho murder of Taul 

Chadwiok. 7. -^7: 9- -"^• 
Nathaniel, tried for tlie innrder of 
Paul Cluidwiek. 7. .■;--T: 9. -JtM. 
Lvon, the Kov. James. 7. JiiO. 

Capt. — . 2. lM^. 
I.y.soi), Daniel, his Ma^^na Britannia 
cited, 2. 2'>T'i- 

Maoanley. 'l'hi>Tnas Babinu'ton. 4. 00: 
his ilisiory of England eited, 6. 
li'4. l-Joi>\ "7. lolui. " 

Maceal.ees. 6. 147. 



r.e 

hi> 



Maeelenauhan, the 
daineil. 2. 2_'o: 
recommended 
274; otheiated 
220, 221; 3. 274;*, 2 
bee, 3. 274; 4. 10.' 



William, or- 

salary. 2. 221; 

i> a jinacher. 3. 

it Treor^'etown. 2. 

at Kenne- 

his 



rep 



3. 274-27:. 
vania, 3. 
Elizabeth. 
a reliuions 



>rT, 

; nuned to Penusyl- 

27'): 6. :'.■): at Cape 

3. 27-"i/(: 6. ;]2: excited 

conlroversv. 3. 27:>/( ; 

moved to Chelsea. 3.27"/;: 6. •■;2: 

where he preached in Ixith. 3. 277: 

became an Episcoitalian. 5. ?.M: 

195, 196; at Fort Hichnioiid. 6. 

195; labors of. 6. l'.'5-l'.ir,: his 

character, 6. \W; chaplain to 

' Waldo's re-iiment. 8. lol ; .-tc Mc- 

Lenichon. Kev. William. 

MacCnlloch, Dr. Jolm. 6. 411. 

ilcCannon, a corrujition of MeKinnon, 

5- "'■ 
McClanethan. se'' Maeclenacchan. 
McClean, Col. Allen, determined to 
attack Arnold, i. 4S4, 4^^: the 
number of men in his reiriment. i. 
4SS; reinforced Quebec, i. 517: 
lired on a fla'j; of truce, i. 51S-519. 

M'Clolaud, Lieur. . i. 51G. 

McClintock, a Scotch-Irish name, 4. 
14; 6. 19. 
Elizabeth. 4. 309. 
Jane, 4. :o09. 
William, served at Pemaquid. 5.:'!0:>. 

ilcCloutrh, , married a daughter 

of Samuel Baker, 2. 178. 

Mr.s. , 2. 1S2. 

McClure, Thomas, 5. -lO". 
McCobb, a Scotch-Irish name. 6. 10. 
Denny, married Miss Groton, 6. :?0'^. 
James, settled at Arrowsic, 2. 201'; 
land granted to. 2. 2S]: Booth 
Bay ce<kd to, 5. is: led the im- 
migration to Booth J'ay. 6. 19. 
Capt. Samuel, his company to )>c 
sent forward, i. 4tjs: in ci^mmand 
of troops sent to Cainbrid'„'e, 2. 
214; led tlie immigration to Booth 
Bay, 6. 19: dare tjf his birth and 
death, 6. 19; m'ntioned, i. 5U0, 
5i:i; 2. 215; 9. IGO. 
William, 6. 19. 

Jud'ie . 5. 417. 

MeCoomb, Col. , 9. Ib5. 



MoCormic, James, condemned fvr 
murder, i. 4';7. 5r»:;; sent to N\-.v- 
buryi)ort. I. 4'>7: lived at North 
Yarmouth, i. 4o7; rcpriniaiuKd, 
I. 50;;. 

McCraken familv. settled at Warren. 
6. 21. 

McCrillis. William II., 8. 471. 

McCulh.ch, the Hon. Hugh. 8. oO>:. 

McDauiel, Cai)t. Timothy, served •>. 
the war of the Bevoluti'>n, 3. 2ii:'.: 
the only man that took a i)aper 
at Black Point. 3. 2U-': reatl his 
paper on the meeting house steps, 

3. 205; bit\i;ra}>]iieal notice 01. 3. 
217; married Lydia Prout. 3. 21,*; 
mentioned, 3. 1^^. 19^. 

McDonald elan, 6. •">. 

John, a lawyer at Limerick. i.329n. 

, settled at Falmouth, 6. 12 

McDuthe. . 7. 404. 

Maced(m, 6. 147, 14<. 
McFadden, a Scoteh-Irish name, 6. lo. 
MeFarland, a .Scnicb-Irish n.tme, 6. 19. 
Andrew, 6. 15S. 

Capt. Ephraim, gave land to Ber- 
wick Academy, 8. 172. 
Walter, an Indian interpreter. 4. 
109, o7n, ;-j7:1: signed PownalFs 
certiiicate of possession. 6. :>JS. 
William, 4. 14>^. 

i , tutor at Harvard College, 4. 

295. 
McGaw, the Hon. Jacob, corporate 
member of the Maine Historie.il 
Society, i. 1 1 : mentioned. 4. 279<( : 
6. 3'>'<: 8. 452; letter of cited, 6. 
10S-1U9. 
Thomas, 8. 470. 

McGlathey, , of Camden, 4. 325, 

320. 
McGowen, a Scotch-Irish name, 6. 10. 
McGregor, the.lUv. D.ivid. settled in 
New Hampshire, 6. 11, 12: men- 
tioned, 6. 13, 30: sermon of cited, 
6. 9. 
Rob Pvoy, 6. 7. 
McGregors, the. to be exterminated. 
6. 0; sought a refuge in Ireland, 
6. 0; the descendants bear dif- 
ferent names. 6. '>-7. 
McGuyer. John, to accompany Arnold 

to Quebec, I. '>'•*). 
Machagony, sfc Machegonne. 
Machegonne, Indian name of Jordan's 
point, I. 05/»: to be calh-d Sto- 
gummor, I. IJ5: now Portland, i- 
59, 02; delinition of. i. 5'.i/(, OO/j; 

4. 105; mentioned, i. •'•>. O^/i, 112, 
.541. 543. 

Machias. home of the O'Briens, ^2. 
242; the people of opposed to the 
English gov.-rnnjent, 2. 243; 7. 
204; ordered to take down the 
liberty p..le, 2. 243: >'Mr- to Ple;..^- 
ant river fur lielp, 2. 241; dro\e 



166 



MAIXE IIISTOiaCAL SOCIETY. 



Macliias — continued. 

tlu- Maiuaictta down tlio rivov, 2. 
241; {,'avo cl'.asc to tlio vossol. 2. 
24.'): Dotiliod oi tlte apjuiuu-li of 
two anm-d sohooners, 2. i;4('; si'Ht 
a ri'jMirt of ca]>turcs to ^Vatt.■^- 
town. a.'J-li'i; onttfd bn-astwoiks, 
2. 'JACr. oii::iii of tlio si'tlliiiu-nt 
of, 3. 177-17^. 1-1: tally st-ttlcis 
of, 3. 17>. 17;'-l-(i: 4. 7>: mill 
ert'C'tod ai. 3. 17>. 17'.>; (Wci^re 
Libby ,i;:ive land to. 3. Isl: Brit- 
ish armed ve>sel c'a|ilund near. 3. 
211; the Indian name of. 4. ]tui; 
privateers raptured at. 4.;',.'>1: Al- 
lerton's traders at. 5. 'JiU: 7. Ml; 
Froncli settlement at. 6.0: Cadil- 
lac's account of. 6. l;7'.': called 
?>Iajais. o. "_'7'-'. i'7'.')(: fort at. 7. 
2C4; C(nnmon schools in. 8. b")^; 
mentioned. 3. •_'u7. I'll. L''.'"'. .:-2o- 
6. 10;], j:;4. i;n>. I'-il: 7. ^'liO; 8. IGo, 
1(;4, It;."). ::;:]n. 478: 9. 112. 

A.ssociation. 3. :211. 

l)ay, 2. 2i'>. 

Indians, same as Penoltscots. 6 
embraced the canse of tlu 
onies, 7. 204; mentioned, 3. 

5. o71; 7.01;. 
port. 3. 17'.'. 
river, 7. L'u.j. 
Union, the. oitod. 6. 120/?. 

Mclntire, a Scotch-Irish name. 6 
house, the. 8. l'7'.'. 
the lion. Taifvis. 8. 7-"). 
McKean, a corruption of McKinnon, 
6.7. 
James, 6. o*l. 
McKeen, a Scotch-Irish name. 6. 11, 
1V>. 
John, his exertions in behalf of tlie 
Maine Historical Society, i.-j; his 
conclusion that WeyuKmth as- 
cended the Androscotrjxin. 3. 281; 
Prof. P. A.Chadbourne's letter to, 

6. 3411; menti'ined. 3. ■V2^)ii: 5. xx, 
214h, 2'.»2;<: 6. ir,i). V.nn. .•37-: 8. 
211?i; Account of the Early Set- 
tlements on the .Sanadaliock. 3. 
311-oL'4: IJemarks on the \'oyai:e 
of Weymouth. 5. ;;u7-.".!-: the 
same cited. 5. o4C.. 34.8, 34fi. 3-^0; 
6. 204, 3ult. 31IJ, 311, 313, 314; 7. 
134r(. 

Dr. Joseph. ]>rece])tor at lierwick 
Academy. 8. ItC; j)i(';i(djed in 
Beverly. 7. :;72: became president 
of Bowd<dn Colloire. 6. 3.')'<; 7. 
372; 8. 1»;2. 17»;; died, 
tioned, 2. 2:i'J: 4. "j.')- 
414; 8. 1>|». 

Dr. , of 'i Opsham, 6 

Miss , 5. 214/,. 

, 6. 12. 

McKeue, l.-^auc, 3. 173. 



234 : 

C..1- 



If*. 



i<; 



: men- 
:i^9; 7. 



McKenna, a corruption of McKinnt n. 

6.7. 
McKrnncy. .Vbner. served in the \\ ;u 
of the Ke\<iiution. 3.1UI. 
Isaac, served in the ^\ar of the 

lievolution. 3. 204. 
James, served in the war of the 

l!e\ (dutinn. 3. ■_■"!. 
J«din. livrd at lUack PtMnt. 3. >■".; 
dird to from Koln'rt .K'rdan, 3 
S.'l//. 
Josi]di. si'ived in the war of the 

Kevi>lutii)n. 3. :.'04. 
William, served in the war of the 
Kevidution. 3. 2'i:]. 

McKenzie, ^lidshipman , taken 

]nisoner, i. ."»17. 
^lackey's island, to be I'alh d Xt-wtMii. 
I. Ci'.t; within the amii nt limits i-f 
Fahnouth. i. 14."): oriL:'.n of the 
name. i. 14.".,/; called .Niacworlir> 
island, i. 14.",/,. 
I jjoint. bones found on. i.Oi^i«; to be 
I called Xewton. i. t'.'.i,/. 

j Mackfarland. William. 4. 14S. 
see als<) ^IcFarland. 
Mackie. Dr. Andiew, 7. 4"n. 

Mary, dauchti-r i>f Andirw, marritd 
i Thomas Burgess. 7. 4';iK 

Macinaw, called Mi^>ilimakinack, 6. 

i 27r.. 

Mat^Kinnon. the Bev. rulin. 6. 224. 
McKin.-try family. 6. 7: 7. i-1. 
j the Ib'v. .lohn. settled at .button. 6. 
j 13. .■;i: movi-.l to K!lin'j.ton. 6. 31; 

1 death of, 6. 'M ; came to America. 

I I. 473; near Worcester, 7. 473. 

I Mary. 8. 473. 

' Dr. , son of the Bcv. John. 7- 

j 473; moved to TauntMU. 7. 47-'': 

; sur^'con-j^eneral under G.ige, 7. 

I 473; died. 7. 474. 

McKonki-y. John. i. ."(i3, :Ai'), .'jIO. 
' McKoy, William, i. 'j'Jo. 
' Mack," the Bev. Wilder B., preached 
' at Batli. 2. 22X. 

' McLanathau, see Macclenaudian. 
Mil.ane. Louis, 5. xxxvii; 8. '>!. 

"William, an early settler of New 
(Gloucester. 2. 1.03. 
McLau,i:h]an, James, 8. r,2. 'V". 70. 7r. 
, MeLau;.ddin, Bobert, came fr'-m Ire- 
; land, 3. 217. 

Bol>ert 2d. son of William. 3. 217. 
Samuel, son of William, moved t'> 

Camden. 3. 217. 
William, came from Ireland. 3. :;17; 

l)is sons, 3. 217. 
William jr., serve<l in the war of the 
ItevMution. 3.201; a >'<n of ^Vil- 
liam, 3. 217. 
McLean, a .Scotrh-IrisJi n.iine. 6. lO. 
the ll'v. Alexander, pri^'a<;lied ii' 
Bristol. 4. .330, 33.j; 6. 30; deutli 
of 6. 3.J. 



INDKX TO COLLECTIONS. 



ig: 



family settled in Wai ion, 6. '2L 1 

l>ii_':\ilior-Goiu'riil . 7. 1-1. i 

McL« llaii. a Sootoli-hish name. 6. W. ; 
Jiri(o, 4. ;)71. 400. 4Ml. 
Ihiuli, an early settler of Corhani, 
2'. 148-14'.'. " j 

MeLellan's wharf. 2. '20'^. I 

MolA'iii.hoii. tliL' iu'v. William, pur- 
cliased land .-f Col. Nuhlc. 8. 110; 
comlitions of tin- >alf. 8. ll'-'-Uo: 
Mo^M-ajiliii-al notire ot, 8. lli^/i, , 
lir»; nuntiontd. 8. 1 11. lli'n, 11J>, 
i:il: see also :Macelona'j.iian. j 

MeLinielion, William ji.. 8. lll/i- i 

Maclure. William. 6. 4n-., 41 J. \ 

McMillan, Gen. .lolin. married Mehit- | 

aide Os<;ood. 4. '2~>ii. 
MeMullen, John. 4. 2~,f>. I 

McNeil, Lieut. , 7- l-'"'- .. _ I 

MeXire. a corruidion of MoNish. 6. 7. 
>rcNisli. enrniptions of the name. 6. 7. 
MeXutt, Col. . the supposeil au- 
thor of Considerations on the 
Soverei.C;nty. Indei>en<knce, Trade 1 
and Fisheries of Xew Ireland, 7. 1 
20.'>. I 

Macomh, Gen. . 8. 70. I 

Macomber. KUU-r .J0I1. preaehed at i 
Bowdoinham. 7. -i^-, --'i. j 

Macon, Ahner, killed. 8. "J'm. i 

McPherson. Capt. John, aid to Mont- 
yitmerv, i. 522, -j^;). 

McPhiel. Col. , 7- i-tJ- I 

Mc"s hill. 4. 270. ! 

Macworth. Arthur, gave possession 
of territory to Ck-eves and Tucker. 
I. GO, 61t, 544: settled on the_ Pre- 
biitnpscot. I. OS; his deed to Vines. 
I. OS. 12S: came to .Saco, i. 0'.»; 
married the widow of .Samuel 
Adams, I. 00, :;u5; i,n>l.ably pre- 
viously manied. i. 00: died, i.OO, 
70/i, 1-j7; 3.44: his chihlren. i. 
G9: his sons died without issue, i. 
C9-70; death of his wife, i.70; his 
niime extinct hut his descendants 
numerous, i. 7o; lived upon his 
grant till his deatli.^i. 70; testi- 
mony relatincr t-i. i. ."x: his wife 
to administer lii.^ estate, i. l^ln: 
charged Winter with irregular 
dealings, I. 71-72; George Lewis 
in Ills employ, i. 72: a referee in 
the ca.se of Cleeves rs. Winter, i. 
74; appointed a commissioner, i. 
iU; refur-ed to act. i. 01; sup- 
poited Vines. i.O:.': liv.d at Cusco, 
I. 04)/; his hou.-c, i. ml: opposed 
the encroachmentsof Mass., i. lo2; 
3. 44; his land di\id'-il amon'i his 
cjiildren. i. k"^: his dauuhter 
Sarah married Altraham Adams, 
I. 12S; his* da;i'jiiter Kehecca 
married Xathaiiiei WliarlY, i. L-'S, 
20S; liveil on >i:i(key's island, i. 
145rt; magistrate, i.;J07; head of 



tlic opposers of Tdghy, i. 540; 
mentioned, i. 7ti. ^S, 01, 04, 00, 

Arthur jr., i. 0,0. 

Mrs. ,]:\nv. moved to r,.iston.i. 70, 
12S-li.'0, 217; deaili of, i. 7". 250; 
to administer her husl. .unTs es- 
tate, I. 70/1: d.iu- of hi r will. i. 
7(t;(; bequests in her will. i.70i(; 
children baptized in lier l.ou-e, i. 
los, 102; 8. 201/1 : Mduiiit'.ed to 
the jurisdiction of Mas>., i. 112; 
the mother of James Andrews, i. 
112; her daughter married, i. ! bk 
114; conveye<l land to Xathaniel 
WhariT, i. 114; lived at F.ilmouth. 
I. 114, 215; consented to the 
airreement between Jordan and 
Tucker, i. LU: her jietition to 
the eeneral court, i. 144: men- 
tioned, I. i;50, l-Mo, 206. 217. 
John, son of Arthur, i.O.'.i; signed 
the petition to Charles 11. i. 4U2. 
Rebecca, married Xathaniel WharlY. 
I. 70/(, Ibl-lll, 12s, -JUS: married 
William Kogers, i.70ii: her son, 
i.70«; married Abraham Adams. 
I. HUt, 12s. 
Macworth's point, called X'ewton, i. 

GO, 114. 
Madamascontee, definition of, 4. 070; 

now Dainariseotta, 4. ;>70. 
Madawaska, delinition of, 4, 115: in- 
corporated, 8. 51. :•:]: town meet- 
ing of interrupted. 8. 51: eleCtcMl 
a repre:>entative, 8. 51 : people in 
arrested, 8. 52: Livinustun in, 8. 
53, 55; mentioned, 4. ^0, loO; 8. 
5, 21, 53, 0,0, S5. 
countv. 8. 1U4. 

river. "8. 20, 30, 30, 40, 44, 40, G5; 9- 
171. 
Madefer. see Madiver. 
Madeira, i. 50, 551 ; 3. OS: 4. 23. 
Madison, Major George, 9. 100, 200. 
James, 6. 350. 
the, 9. IS5. 
Madiver, Joel, land granted to. i.200, 
207, 251; lived near the Fore 
river, i.210; lived at Pur]'ooduck. 
I. 251, 321; signed the petition to 
Bradstreet, i. l'--3/(. 
Joel jr., lived at Falmouth, i. 321. 
Michael, lived at Falmoutli. i. 155, 
ISO/,; father of Joel, i. -''0; ex- 
changed farms with Gendall. i. 
23:i; 3. 75; aeknowled.ced the 
government of Ma>s.. i. 3.^0: 3. 
40; settled at Black I'.,int, 3. 74; 
land granted to, 3. 74. 75; reason 
for the grant, 3. 74-75; trouide 
with John Tenney, 3. 7'^;_ Scot tow 
conveyed land to, 5. 75; ealUil 
" Old Madiver,'" 3. 75. 
Madoekawando, chief of tlse Pen--lK 
bcots, I. 215; agreed to a peace, i. 



168 



MAIXE IIIS'IOinCAL SOCIKXr. 



Mad(x^kawando — con tin nod. 

22S; a powerful cliii f. i. 2'2!l; in 
connnand of tlio Tmliins, i. 2'.'S, 
oUl ; dead, i.:]()4: 3. l.'.ii; 7. (!(>, C.T, 
7"); to receive an annual trihutc 
of a peck of corn. 3. li'_': lailuT- 
ii)-la\v of St. Castiiu'. 3. 1.14: 6. 
Ill, 2S3; attenii'ted iu-i;otiatioiis 
with John Kailioy, 5. -l*.')-J; his 
sister entertained l.y Andros, 5. 
-tis; f^iviii annnunition. 5. :.'0S; 
didivered pris.mers at reniaijuid, 
5. •-'S-!; at the capture of Pema- 
quid, 5. 2s.'l; a friend of .'^t. Oas- 
tine. 7. 44, 4,"): frequently in 
Quehec, 7. 44: his elan. 7" 44: 
character of, 7. 4-"j. Cvt: met An- 
dros, 7. 00. .j.'dc notice sent to St. 
Castine, 7. •">•';, .",5/( ; visited Boston, 
7. iJO; predicted the war. 7. 58; 
led his tribe ai^^ainst Falmouth, 7. 
6S>; friendly to the Eii-lish. 7. t51; 
disinclined towards the French. 
7. C(t; sold land to Gov. Phipps. 9. 
t)i'; the Indians denied liis right 
to .Sell, 9. Ti'; mentioned, 5. :i8, 
21 Ha. 

Madrid. 3. Z^.^. 

M-idr.otic falls, 4. 100. 

Madus!iekeag river, 4. lOG. 

Mudwichig, 3. ;j.j7. 

Wagahunta. t!ie Indian devil. 4. .370. 

Mag-anumbee, ) 4. l.*;.",. n;:;. lt;4: his 

Magavi onibee ) mark. 3. 42n. 

Magaquodavic river, 8. 7. >, 11, IC, 14, 
l."). 

Magawok bay, 4. 106. 

Magdalen College, i. b^n. 
island., 9. 101.' 

Maggacadava river, sometimes called 
the St. Croix, 8. 10. 

Magistrates for the province and towns, 
I. lo'J. i(];3. 

Magna Britannia, 2. 2.'j7/(: see Lysons, 

Daniel. 
Magna.' Britannia?. 4. 123; 6. 124; see 

Gicat Britain. 
Magna Gr;ecia. 6. 20"). 
MagnaliaChristi America, see Mather, 

Cotton, 1. l."jo-l-',4. 
Magnesia, found in Limerick, i. 320. 
Magouwandock, 3. 412. 
Magyar language, tlie. 9. 2'jt)/i. 
Mahig^tns, the, 7. 101. 
Mahogany Jones, a nickname of John 

Jnnes, 4. 4."). 
Mahotiwormet, Indian name of Robin 

Hood, 2. I'.H). 

Maidens, the, a nickname given to the 
French soldiers. 7. 42. 

Maijard, Pere, 6. 22.:. 

Maillard, Abbe , manuscript of 

cited, I. 422. 

Mails, service at Bath. 2.2lii; delayed 
five weeks, 3. 20."./,: tlie lirst reg- 
ular to Scarborough, 3. )i(}r,n; 



twice a week on hoiseback to 
Bath. 5.1xvi: n^'ular in 17.");5 fr.-m 
Boston to Philadelidiia, 6. ;;2^; 
liow carried from Portland t() 
Winthrop in 17'.''.>. 7.273; uncertain 
at the Bay of Fundy. 8. 12S. 

Mainard. Pere . 6. 21."). 

Maine, ancient doniiiuons of, sic 
St'wall.P.ufus K. 

Central Kailn^ad, 8. '2<^'>n.2]On. i^.O. 

Charitable School. S. 177, 17ii. 

Charitable Society. 8. It'.S. 

district of, 7. 400.' 40 1. 

early documents relating to cited, i. 

3>/!. 

ecclesiastical sketches of, see Green- 
leaf, Moses. 

educational iirstitutions of while a 
district of Mass.. by the Kev. J.T. 
Cham]>lin, 8. l.').">-r^(,). 

genealogical record citeil. 9. oO<r,. 

Historical Society. C(u-porate mem- 
bers of. 1. 11; 's. 410; act of in- 
corporation, I. 10, 11-12; 2. 12a- 
loo; 4.(5: 5.xviii; 6. 358; 8. 34»), 
410; organized, i. 12; tirst ollicers 
of, I. 12. 17: 4. ti; Constitution and 
by-laws, i. 13-15; memliers of. i. 
10; Popham celebration, i. 2',t((; 
the David Sewall manuscri].t pre- 
sented to, i.3()3; services rendered 
by, 2. lo'G possess Strachey's 
History of Travel. 3. 281 ; received 
a copy of Popham" s letter to 
James I, 5-343; at work on the 
Documentary History of the State, 
7. 304; obtained copies of docu- 
ments in the archives of Euro|>e. 
7. 304; proceedings of. 6. 35.3-374; 
7. 301-4',i5; moved to Portland. 8. 
iii; to have two series of publi- 
cations, 8. iii, iv; the duty of, 8. 
203, 204; 9. 100; sent a greeting 
to the Hon. Peleg Sprague, 8. I'l.'; 
mentioned, 3. 312/*, 314;;. 3i'l, 
323h, 330, 358; 4. 50. 07, 05. :.';'.o, 
233, 235; 5. 141, 143/!. 144),; 6. >5. 
205, 244; 7. 300. 378, 370. 422. 455, 
457. 473n, 480. 481. 4^2, 404; 8. 
113», 123, 1S3//. 274//. 2S2h, •_".'4, 
325, 344. 340, 404, 400, 410, 1-1, 
507; i)ublicatioirs of cited, i. 34,r, 
40/(, 43«, 44/i, 240; 2. 42//, 40/i, SO, 
130, 151. 237: 3. 35/<. 47//. 50;(. 211, 
273. 277; 5. xix, 1. 2, 3, 157>i, 15'^", 
100, 104/i, 107/f, 173//. isoji, ]sS/i, 
214n. 223/*, 224//, 201//. 372//; 6. 7>", 
170/), 180/*, is;;. is'Jit, 105/i, 305; 

7. 3h,0«. 5sn, 95, 301«. 313?*, 315)i; 

8. iv. 111//. 112//, is-l,}. 1S5,), i;il(/, 
100, 204//. :.'73, 283, 332; 9. 7-S, 201, 
277n. .".20//. 

the History of, see Sullivan and 

Williaiir-on. 
Insane Hospital. 8. .357. 
John, lived at Maine's point, i. 114; 



INDEX TO COLLF.CTIOXS. 



1G9 



livoil at AVostoustoso, i. lS"i. 1S8; 
at Casio l?;\y. i.i'iUui; nr Forosidc, 
2. 171, IT"-'; .-' ( also Mayno. 

Literal y nial Thoolouiial lustitutinn 
chartiioJ. 8. 177. 17"^: «aily yro- 
niotors of. 8. 17S: oi'Liud, S. i7b; 
closod. 8. 17S-17'.t. 

Medical :Siliool. 5. xviii: 6. 41."). 

Missionary SiK-ioty, 7. :m7. -m"^. 

proviiiof oi. few luniks ]iiil>!is!u'<l in, 
i..j; tlio history of I'nlijzhuMU'd by 
the Maine Historical Society. 2. 
l.'^a; obscurity of the early history 
of, 5. i; \\ill occupy a prominent 
place in liistory. 2. Vki: lias the 
precedence in the Knulish coloni- 
zation of Anieiiea. 7. 40.J; called 
Mavoosliani. 2. 17": 4. li.'o; early 
ruler of. 2. l>a: origin of the de- 
pendence of upon the tiovernnient 
of New York. 5. 1-2: list of grants 
in, I. 71': 9. ot3o-:<tiS; l)oundary of, 
2. 'Jbl-'^'iS, :.'7i; Avhy the early 
settlers did not succecil, 2. i'7U, 
:^71, i.'7o: the character of the set^ 
tiers compared with those of 
Mass.. 2. i.'7')-271: 3. l'9; 4. 70, 71, 
72, SU: 5. xxi. xxii, o-4. IT'.-: cus- 
toms of the settlers, 3. 'J7: largely 
settled bv peojile from Mass.. i. 
IGl, 4. GO: 6. 4. ">; 8. 4.>;.': ^hap- 
leigh a prominent man in the af- 
fairs o'l. I. luon : expenses incurred 
in settlinir. i. 272;); 2. t)l": the 
Flanders or Beli,'ium of America, 
I. 40o; Catholic missions amonjc 
the Indians of. i. 42^-440: first 
Indian cimvert in. 1.401: the In- 
dians of lirm Catholics, i. 44o; 
the French the cause of tlie crim- 
son paues in the early liistory of, 
5. 175: distinctly Episco))alian, 5. 
175, 221; 6. 17SJ-lM>, l:^:i: great 
variety of sources for the poimla- 
tion of, 6. ;>— 1: but little attention 
paid in early days to the schools, 
7. 270; early fishinj on the coast 
of, 7. i;]:J: g. 7•'^; coast of first 
(lOO.j) broui:ht into notice. 100:1 i. 2-5: 
4.07; Cha.'iijilain and Du Monts 
on the coast of. i. 25-20: 3. 'j{<: 7. 
240; penetrated by the French, 
5. 3j5: first attempt to settle, i. 
(1CU5) 2S; 2. 2i.i« : 4. i:J. OS; Weymouth, 
1005, niafle a voyage to. 2. T2a\ 
7. 200, 205: carried caj)tives to 



Kn-daiid. 



o'.»; {see under In- 



dians); Ba^haba early noticed in 
the annals of. 7.05: bi-ou','ht. lO'iO. 
to the notice of tlie En^di<h. 1.2'^; 
Gor<,'es tiie oriicinal pioprietor of, 
2. 20a. 200: Gorges the founder 
of, 2.70'j: a friend to thccolonist.s 
of, 5. 210; her indebtedness to 
Gorges, 2. 70(«. 'i4a: the native 
places of the pioneers of, 6. 170; 



the Mary and John. IGi^T, arrived 

at, 2. 27'/; supposed site of t!io 

colony. 2. 27a-2>" : nua.-urcs t;iken 

to exidore. 2. 2Sa : li'.o7. in a state 

( 1007) of iiuipiency. 4. 7i>: (."hamplain's 

(Ull.".) map of the' coast of pi;blished, 

101;;. 7. 240: ("apt. Jol;n Mniili, 

1014, on the coast of, 7. 105; 

(1020) PeiiKuinid. 1020, not a p;at of, 

7. 010; sulfercd liy the pcr]>h'X- 

(ltV22) ity oi the grants^ ir.-j2. 2. 52^1 ; 

(1020) viVited by Lmett. H'S-), i. 04; 

2. 40o: few settlers ou ifie coast 

of, 2. 50a; a faviuiie resort for 

fishermen. 3. 0; no n>li:ni: vcs- 

(1024) sels on the coast of. I'c4. 3. \i; 

(1025) the ])utch atti'inptcd to settle, 
1025. 4. u'lS: 6. 2:",/( : .bihn lirown 
actiuiieil a title in. 7. 105: fort 

(IGOO) built in, lOOi). 7. lO.".; iirst per- 
manent settlement in. lf'0,1. i. 
35, 07)1, 4(3; time of luit little note 
but of future value. 5. 210; 
(1G32) Godfrey establishc.l in. 10:?.2. i. 
40;i, A~,n, IsO/i: tlu colonies 
gradually united, 5. 215: divis- 
(1G35) ion of the patentees. 1<,'05. i.Sl, 
SO; Gorges" charter confirmed, 
2. 5S(<; so named by Gor'_'es. 2. 
i>Sa, 70; 8. 1S4 ; origin of tlie name, 
2. 5S(Oi; 3. 31h; 5. xxi: Captain 
Gorges governor of, 2.5o;i: 3. 01; 
rent demanded by (-Tor'_'es. 2. 7i>- 
71: called New Somersetsh.ire. i. 
G5; 3. 01: George Clceves ac- 
(1630) cpiired a title to. p;:!''.. i. 05; 
first general jurisdiction of. 2. 
53a; first organized government 
of. 6. 170: the service of the 
Church of England luthorizeJ 
(1G05) in. 6. ISO; John Jocelyn in. 
lOOS, 1.50: cattle scarce in. 3- 
72/1; injured b"y Laud. 5. 221: de, 
pendent on England, 5. ::-_'l-2_'2; 
comjiared to Mass., 5. ■_'Ji-"-'2>; 
Gorges charter to, i. U)'>: 4-00; 
(1639)8. 151: Richard Vines. I'-OO, 
governor of, 2. 70a; the g<»vern- 
ment of based on Angh-.^axon 
forms, 2. 50a; mode of govern- 
ment by T. Gorges, i. 70/(: 2. 
(1040) 50((-00<y, 55-57; Gorges, 1040, 
made hn-d proprietor, 9. 012; 
Thomas Josselyu to organize the 
government. 2. 50a, 04a, 7-^"; first 
court held. i. SS; Gorges" .itten- 
tion called from, 2. Ona: ^i^*;";-^- 
took ])ossession of. 2. 0"a: 3. o-'! 
resistance to Mass.. 2. O'la. 2.2; 
pret.'xt for the usurpati-n of 
Mass., 2. 00/u Gl«, 272; 3. 00; 9. 
310-020; Mass. not guilty of 
usuri»;ition. 5. 228; (.orge.s" court 
established, i. 70, S-<; the people 
of appealed to M.iss. to settle the 
confusion, i. 140; pri:'.e_. oj-^ 



d 



170 



>[AIXE iriSTOinCAL SOCIETY. 



Maine — eontinnod. 

for killiiiij wolves, i. :>'.•!; olsildren 
lo bo l)ai>lizo<l, I. oi'.i'i: tho liist 
Puritan miiiistrr in. i. .". IT: 3. 1 •"»•'!; 
cl<'r'.;\ iiu'ii WMUtfil, 3. I.".;;; (list 
(li'.4 )) trial tor iiiiiiilrr in. hW I. 3. luii; 
William Waldoi 11. l';|."., tho 10- 
(IGl'ij cordrr ot'. I. .lii-;: ll.'iiry .losso- 
lyn u'ovoi nor of. 2. T'.'a: the sot- 
tK'inon!.< (!i>liirKf(l Uy \\;ii-. 3. 
(lG4o) ltl',>, iTl/c 9. :;iti. ;;i'7: .lolm 
IJnnytliKU, l("i4i>, doolarod an 
outlaw, I. mI'iS; sociind trial for 
(HM7) niurdei, 3. i(i; taxos loviod. 
1047, I. :U'i^: Ly^nnia soparatml 
fmin, I. ',ts; tlio pooido of the 
western part form a oondjination 
(1G4!)) for tlieir yovornnionr, l(;4it. i. 
OS; Godfrey <rovernor of. i.4T, 
I80; 9. olli; Mas;^;. .<cnt cdinniis- 
{10.")2) sioners t<> treat with the i>eii|ple 
of, 1C)")L', 2. <;i(?; 3. \:,: (indfrey 
refused to eonfer with the com- 
missioners, 2. (')l(f-i''L''' ; cause of 
the dislike to .Mass., 2. G:.'«-OK>a: 
tlie peo])le under two uoveru- 
nients, 2. ()2a : oblii^ed to submit 
to Mass., I. '.iS. inn: 3.;;:;. 4:J-44, 
4-"), 4G; 6. \<:,; 7. 1.M-1:j2; the 
(1G5L)) i>eoi)le, ]i!.jt'>, petitioned to 
Cromwell, i. o'.*l'-:]'.'"j. o07i) ; 
undeilianded work of Mass., 9. 
(lG5S)o2G: part of called Yorkshire, 
I. lUG; Ma.ss., 1C>:>S. held j-o.-ses- 
sion of the western parts, i. 107; 
the jK'ople hostile to Mass., i. 
(16a[i) 107, 240; laxity of the morals 
in, 1G.V.», I. i:)8, r.'O. ivii; free- 
dom of sjieeeh in. 3. S'j: state 
(IGOl) of the travelinu- in. If.'U. i. Km; 
(IGti-J) party spirit high. loG^. i. 170, 
(IGOo) 1S2, 11»G. 240; inlluence of the 
laws upon. IGG^J, i. l-"2; the 
Earl of Stirlinix's riuht sold to 
the Duke of York. 5. l'; appealed 
to the crown, lOiU, to settle 
(1CG4) disputes, i. 17.], ITti, i.'40, 400- 
401; visited l)y commissioners, 
1GG4, I. 17;J: 3. :><>: 5. I'oO: Andi- 
dale in, i. 17-S; Ma->s. miiered not 
to meddle with the alfairs of, i. 
17o, 17G; 3. "iG; the first nrap of 
made, i. 17"); the authority of 
Gorges denied, i. 170; the jieople 
of set up thi-ir own ;,'overnment, 
I. 177; aibh-L-ss to the kini?, i. 
178-179; the people desired the 
protection of Mass.. i. LSI; 3. "jS, 
C2, G.j-fU; 5. 2-;'>; the towns scat- 
tered, I. isi, 211-212, :.'2S; the 
middle classes satisfied with 
Mass., I. ]s2; <,dven to the Duke 
of York, 8. 1S4; the authcuitv 
(IGG",) of Mass., IGG-"., denied, i. isj, 
1S4; commissi(Mu-rs sent by the 
king, 2. Gilu; 4. 220; the govern- 



ment by the commissioneis ( >. 
tablislu'd. I. I'.i."); magistrates a].- 
poinled, 2. t'>.]i/-i;i(f ; diilarcd i,, 

bo the ))ro])('rty of (;org(s, i. 
(It'.GG) GOif. 7i): 3. :;:;. :>i): 6. ]>>-: coii: 

ndssioniMs a]«i>ointed. li'iCiii, f,i| 

the eastirn jiarls, i. .ITi'i; tin- 
(IGG>) iieojde appeal to Ma^s., \i\i;>, 

to setth' tluir confusion, i. I'.Mi; 
3. o.'^: end of tlic i:.)Verii!nenl 1., 
till' king's eoinud.-^sioners, 1. !'.•." ; 
general .submission to ^lass.. i. 
107, r.»S, ;;<."i. .-.^t;: the electiv,- 
franchise established, i.2nl; ],eo- 
ple divided in regard lo the juii.- 
dietion of Mass., 3. 04; tJie si-t- 

tlenunts increased in import- 
(IGCi'.i) ance, 3. 01; highways, H".':'.', 

ordered to be laid o>it, i. b'-">: 
(1070) •'"^■~^«-'l.^'i"^ account of, ic,7,), i. 

."j."0-.">"i2 ; division among t!u- 
people. i..",.")l: 3. '.hJ: 5. 2-'.4; sni'- 
])lieil with goods by 3Iass., i..').")!; 
the coast a refuge for fugitives 
from justice, 5. 2o4: the bi>; 

work upon the history of t!:e 
(1G71) time, 5. 2:;4«; the government, 

1(171, topsy-turvey. 3. 0^: 5. i.'l'-'." 
2o7; peojde ordered to piinide 
means of ilefense, 3. 102; the oul> 

record of punishment of Quak- 
(1G72) ers. 3.7I; the eastern boundary. 

11172, establi.shed. i. 2o2 ; con- 
dition of, 5. 2:)-<-2:3'.i, 242: iietitio:i 
to Mass., 5. 2:311-241; varying ter- 
ritorial name, 5. 242; i)eacefully 
(1G74) acknowledged the government. 

1074. of Mass., 5. 24S: the lirsi 
attempt to govern by law, 5. 2."ii; 
not imprudent in zeal of C'hri>- 
tianizing. 5. 2";1 ; prevented froi!; 

becoming a part of Canada, 5. 
(1070) 257; the militia of, i. 22S,22'.'..; 

settlers exposed to the hostile 
Indians, 3. 102; relief sent by 
Mass., 3. 107; condition of duri:!- 

King Phili]»"s war, 4. 7;!, ---'■ 
(1C7C) the authority of Mass., 107 1. 

annulled, i. 2.')^; restored t" 
the heirs of Gorges and Mason, i- 

2;jS; Peinaquid the foremost 
(1G77) settlement, 1077, in the ]»rov- 

ince, 5. 201 /i Andros orilereO 
tlie people not to fortify their 
liouses, 5. 20'.); puridiase<I of 
Gorges by Mass., i. 2-'>-2:;'.'; y 
6-ii.i, 2'n, 201, 2t>4. 200; 3. ■'>'■'>, •'•''• 
120; 4. 70; 7. 100, 211; price paid, 
i.2:;0/(; 2. 04a, 207, 201. 201, -''•''• 
3. ■','■}, (j'>ii; the king di.spb-ased at 
the pundiasc, 3. O'j ; (piestion "'■ 

rai.--ing money for the \vai, 1 
(1G7S) 2:;'.'; legallv transferred. \'''~- 

to Mass.. 2. C:.y; d.-.d fi"'" 
Gorges to Usher, 2. 207--"'.o; de- -i 
from Usher lo Ma:>.s., 2. 201-204; 



INDEX TO COLLECTIONS. 



171 



povcrnnicnt formed, i. 240: 2. 
Goij: Mass. luiivliasod what slio 
had i)iovi>,iusly Iwhl by injus- 
(IGSO) tic«\ 4. 7<i: Thomas Danlortli, 
1(1>0, ai»]>oinTod prosidcnr, i. 
240: 2. O'xj; 3. r_",>: liist m-iioral 
as.^'mhly. I. --'40, L'41 ; 3. 1:20; 
jiirixlirtiiin assumed at York. 3. 
12'.': tlio poi'i'le dis.-atislii-d. i. 
240: ad«lii>>s t.. tin- poplo. i. -J lo- 
241; jKiitiun t<.i Charles 11. i. 
(IGSl) 4ni:i-4ni; 3. li'O; thi' Assembly, 
lilSl, ai>])lit'il to Mass. for se- 
curity, I. 2t'i.j ; ot>mmittee api'oint- 
ed to inquire iuto the state ol, i. 
2()5; Baptists first appear. 8. 
(1682)221; sawmilis iu. lCi>2. i. luS- 
2(il): the vnly reeord uf reliuious 
persecution. 7. 1'l4: land titles, 
(1CS4) 1(;^:4. conliiined. i. -'71-272; 
repose of the peojile interrupted, 
I. 27o; alVairs eondueted with iu- 
dilference. i. :.'";]; loeal jrovern- 
nientceastd. 1.274; land owners 
re(juired to obtain new patents, 
(1CS7) I. 274; the ([uitrents. 1i'pS7, 
produce dissatisfaeiicn. i. 272- 
27o: peoi)le ojijiosed to the new 
survey of the lands, i. 274-1'7'j, 
280; the peojde advised to sub- 
mit to the new order, i. 274. 2S2; 
(ICSS) outbreak of Indian hostilities, 
1G>8, i.2sj;; troops sent to. i, 
2S'.". 21*0; lar-ely deserted. 7. oi; 
Andros jjaid a visit to, 7. 54; 
Mass. not over anxious for the 
(1GS9) safety of the people, IGM*, 7. 
Ill; 1)V a charter consolidated 
(1G91) with Mass., IfJ'.d, 7. I'll: 8. 1.".7; 
established as a distrirt. 8. 157; 
X'OiHilation of. 8. 157; nearly 
(100.3) depopulated, IGUo. 5. 2S:)/i: the 
(IGOG; dejilorable C(jndition of, lO'.tG. 
3. ]vS-l;];i: commi^>ioners ap- 
(1700) pointed to settle the land claims 
in, 2.2o4; ojunion of liichard 
AVest on the kinu's ri<,'ht to the 
(1718) woods of, 171^, 2. 2i;5-2GS; the 
forest opened to the settlers by 
tlie ca])ture of (^ueliec. 4. 75; 
(1734) Scotch-Irish tirst arrived at. 6. 
11 ; tax of 17:]4, 4. ll>7: (^takers 

(1740) in, 1740. 7. 2i'n-L'-l ; alarmed bv 

(1741) the Spanish war, 1741, 8. 2I1"; 
(I74;j) tax of 174:J, 4. ]'."7: Germans ar- 
rived at. 175:;. 6.2-"]; lar<,'e Scotch 

fcmi<;ration. 6. •_';]: a stronghold of 
the I'resbvtciians. 6.:;2; bv the 
(1750) fall of (Quebec, 1750. the French 
h)st their possession of, 7. 248; 
(17G0) the chief tow!i>hips of, 17Go. 4. 
75; distribution of French 
Xeutnils in, 3. I7o/i; 6. .']:;'. 1-;; 1:5; 
slavery crejd in, 7. 210. 215; rela- 
tive rank of the towns. 3. 17<'-(; 
new names aiij, eared. 4. 7>; Prot- 
estants arrived, 4. 7d; settlers eu- 



coura<:od hy ^ra?s., 4. 78; cni- 
1) braced York Ciuinty. 6. A'-l; tax 
'•-'» of 17'd. 4. 1'.'7: ilrou-ihtof 17tl2, 
:>) 3. 177: rc\i\al of lljiiscopalian- 

'4) ism, 17i;:;. 7. 2L'0; ]>o!Md:irioll. 



(17( 
(17. 
(I7t 
(17t 

(17o<i) 17G4. 7.21 

(17 

(17 



nmnlier ol hiw vers 



4^ in, 1770. 8. 157: tlie condition 
■.;) and tiie work of ihe slaves. 1774, 
7.2)5; i;aptists. ics:'.. numerous 
7. 221-22L': the mnnber of in- 
(17.^4) cori>oiated towns. 17S4. 7. 210; 
local resident miu!>1ers. 7. 210; 
first apjicaranoe of the Mi ilonl- 
ists. 7. i'2G; proirress searci'ly im- 
jieded by the war of the Kcvolu- 
tion, 4. 78; land titles embar- 
rassed. 7. :;5;]; lottery established 
to sell lands. 7. ;V,':;-:'.54 ; state 
lands exjilored. 7. :;54; towns 
(1780) incorintrated. 17>o. 4. 70 ; pro'_'- 
ress of. 4. 70-^o; temji-iiarily 
cliecked, 4. 80; Flder Jesse Lee 

(1700) in. 1700.7.227: the ])opulatioii. 

(1701) 1701. 8.157; Hallowell A-iuiemy 
incori'orated. 8. li'.o; the peo- 

(1707) pie, 1707. lacked L^ood Chri.-tian 

education, 4. ;150: the nutnber 

(l'^'X>) of lawyers, I80O. 8. 157: the 

(1S04) landhoider.s' troubles settleil, 

(1^07) 1S04. 2. 202; bitter ii<ditieal 

(iM^i) strife. ].'^07, 7. o5(;: scparat-'d 

from Mass., 1^20. i. 274: 2. li'.;; 

3- '"'5: 7- 21. 410; 8. 157. 177, :;01 ; 

i 9.175; number of lawyeis, l^i'O, 

[ 8. 157: number of cler.i^ymen. 8. 

I 157-15^: few educated natives. 8. 

j 158; education in. 7. l'71: 8. 15S; 

i academies incorporated, 3. ir,0; 

I no olden time in tiie history of. 4. 

1 75; dates of the istablishment of 

churches in, 5. liv-lv; 7. 210, 2'JO, 

221. 222, 22:J, 224. 225. 220-227; 

had no laws relatinir to slavery, 7: 

211; mentioned, i. -Jl. 40, SI. ':;02, 

401, 4o;j, 414. 4l'I), 420. 4:]5..54l ; 2. 

9, 242; 3. 51. ,s7. sii. :':;n, ■S-V), ;'.25. 

o:j2; 4. 240, •_'57. 2>4«. :;21. 411. 

41.;; 5. liii, 2, 0, ;;52. ;;oo; 6. ;:4. 

0':'//. 1:;l'. 150. li'io. L'u7. 275. :;!:;/», 

;;57, :;5o; 7. 4:;. 45,(. 05. 114. i:;i. 

20::!, 22:;, 227. 22-», 255,,, i'74. 2-0. 

204, ;io8/i. :;25, .•;5o, ;js5, ;;s7. 404, 

405. 400, 410, 417: 8. 157. lOO. •_'^7, 
204, :i40; 9. ;]4. :^r). :;s. 70., si, sl'. 
200, 225, i':i;;, 202. ;iOn. :;i)4. :;i5„, 
327, :;:;:;, ;;:;4, ;]:;5, ;i:;>;, 012, 040. 
054, 055; see Elaine. st;ite of. 

tlie Provincial Council «if, 2. 50. 

Peports, 8. 042, 040. 007, 4 Hi. 400, 
470. 

Slavery in, by Joseph ■\Villiamson. 
7. 207-210. ' 

state of, the (irst jieriod of the his- 
tory of, 4. (iS-72; second period 
of lh<' history of. 4. 72-77; tliird 
period of the history of, 4. 7o- 



172 



MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 



Maine — oontinuod. 

(1821') ST; liecMino an imU'iu mU'nt 
state, 1S20. 4.2"), 7>. >'i: 5. wiii; 
6. ti-hi, M, OS. 71. 7-. --''U: 8. l'7, 
177; licr toniiam'. 4. _">; I.in- 
(1S27) lulii lu'came mniMimr of. 1SJ7, 
I. -lu;': Liiu-oln's iini'oitaiit 
•work in. i. 414; her .]Mosont 
stren^jth ]iartly owincr to the ex- 
ertions of tlio Kcinu'be.' Tur- 
chasers, 2. 2'.i4: devi-loi)in;.C her 
resonrees, 4. U-TJ; averat;e dura- 
tion of lite in. 4. 17: the eensus 
(lS55))of is:).j. 4. I'j; soil of. 4. l'i>; 
valuation of real estate in. 4. "JJ; 
her early vessels of small t"nnai;'e, 
4. 24; a leader in ship huildin;:;, 

4. li">; inanufacturfs in. 4. •J7; 
niovinix with rapid stridi-s. 4. 2S; 
joun.ijest of the Atlantic states. 
4-07; character of her ])eoiile, 4. 
70-77, SO, SI, S-2. S:]; sl' tried by 
Massachusetts and New Hamp- 
shire, 4. SO; Paul Cotlin"s remarks 
on, 4. 404-41)5 : last great land con- 
troversy settled, 4. '2'-y-J; took 
prompt measures to promote 
morality and learninLr. 5. xvii, 
xviii; had formerly but little in- 
terest in historical research. 5. 
xviii; lias a broad field f<.>r his- 
torical inquiry. 5. xx; the nuinl)L-r 

of settled ministers of H'lG 

(1850) com].arcd to 17l>-'. 5. Iv; the 

Lithgow family pr'Mnini-nt in. 

5. 41.j; the lirst United .States 
district attorney in. 5.415; ceded 
territory to the Uniri-d statt-s. 6. 
70; renewed the Indian treaty. 7. 
20; formerly under the domiuiem 
of France, 7. 24^: the locality of 
fii-st occupied, 8. :]17; the Ashbur- 
ton treaty a sacrilice to. 8. 0. 15; 
the St. Croix the true boundary 
of, 8. 11; islands conredud to, 8. 
15; exercised jurisdiction over 
territory that was disputed by 
Great Britain. 8. 10. 17; crave 
grants in this territory, 8. 10-17; 
the commissioners had no riirlit 
to cede any part of to En^^land. 8. 
IS; bounded on the north by the 
St. Lawience river. 8. •_':); desired 
tlie eastern line CNtaldihlied. 8. 
2^^, 00; the Unitt-d .States had no 
ri<;ht to yield any ]>art of to any 
80verei;4nty. 8. 00, 04-05, 07. 4>>: 
the threatened treaty jeopardized 
her, 8. 05-00; her dominion no 
sui)ject of partition, 8. 00; dis- 
turbed bv cni.Toacliments. 8. 07, 
a-, 41; not well treat.'d. 8. O:*: 
the United .'>tates convinced of 
her rights, 8. 40, 45-40. 4s_n»; 
TNouid hot submit to the conven- 
tion, 8. 4'j; a.-jkcd to keep 'iuiut, 



8. 40-50, 00, 050; her answer, 8. 

50; t(.> subuut to the convenlioii:(l 
line. 8. (U : ini' interests liisi.-- 
yarded. B.Ol'; joint ow mi- of \\'\\,[ 
land.-. 8. &2h; to demand Iki 
riuhts. 8. 00-04; asked aid of the 
general •rovernment. 8. 77; htr 
action approveil by the ci>untry, 

8. SD; forced to assent to tiie 
treaty, 8. SO-00. O-'-O:",; t',e 01,1- 
jtensation received. 8. lo^', ]o.,; 
without a coveruor, 8. Otej; not 
jealous of Mass., 8. 4:;-s--i;V,t: the 
oiliest road in. 9.142. 151; her 
first rej)resentative to ("on^^re?-;, 

9. 100; should ,uive honor to Mass., 
4. SI; her history yet to be made. 
4. 00; mentioned. '2. 10>1. 14<. 151. 
150, 157. 105; 3. 241 : 4. OS, OS, 
2SI)i. 2^0)^ 0^7/K 5. xxxiv. xxxv, 
xxxvii. xxwiii. xl, hi, 17-l(i, Ol-';, 
055. 4i»0; 6. :',u. 00. 7'>, I'Ji'i/i. 2n'.t. 
21s. 202, 200, 204, 271, 272. Olo, 

000. 054, 057, Ot)0. 005, 070; 7. 22, 
104. 110. 225, ;]04. 410; 8. is. 21, 
27, 20, 01, 02. 04. :]0. 40. 41. 42, 44. 
45, 4S, 54, 02, 00, 07. 00. 70, 71. 
74, 75, 7S. SO. 84, S5. SO). S7. ^"^. ■-"'•'. 
92. 94. 95. 101, 102. lOO. 105, 042, 
358. 411. 400. 40S, 45o. 45Sa, 459. 
47S; 9. 71. 72, 91, 122, 100, 171, 
174. 175, 204, 242. 248. 

street, i. 010; 6. 102. 
Maines. Mr. . killed. 2. 182. 

Mrs. -, wounded. 2. 182. 

Maine's p)int, Pdchard Bray lived on, 

1. 114; a town to be laid out on, 

2. 172; land included in. 2. 172. 

Maintenon. Madam de. 7. 07. 

Mair point. 3. 029; .sec Mare point. 

Maize, Champlain described the cul- 
tivation of. 7. 200; called wheat 
of India. 7. 201 ; see corn. 

Maja Bauaduce. .v e Major Baq-aduce- 
MajabaLTwaduce point. 4. 021. 024h. 
Majais. Cadillac^s account of, 6. 279; 

same as .Machias. 6. 27'.'/i. 2^0. 
Majechewsett bay, 2. 40; ste Massii- 

chusetts bay. 
Maje) Londo, the Indian devil, 4- 

107. 
Major Ba;raduce, contracted to Bai:a- 

duee. 6. 107, los; the site of Ca<- 

tine. 6. 107; the definition of not 

known. 6. 107; menricjned, 6.010, 

7. .'2. ix; see Baj^aduce. 
II II.. 7. 01.s,i. 
Makakus. tlie. see Maquas, the. 
Makesiieft. the, 9. 007. 
Mala.itcs. the, 6. 202, 200. 
MahiL'a. Indians sold as slaves in, »• 

!".». 10-: 7. 2:0. 
Malc.jin. a Scotch-Irisli name, 6. 10. 
familv. the. 6. I'O; 8. 115. 
Mi.-ha.l. 8. lll/(. 
Mahlei', Ln-laud, 3. x\i. 



INDEX TO COLLECTIONS. 



173 



Mass, I. l.'.n?}, ISOh, -l-irm: i. 144: 3. 

l.>); 4, 2W. 
, si'i vantof the Eavl uf Warwick, 

3. XV. 

JfaliiTO. .vfo Mulacra. 
Malloharro, a buumlary of Acadia. 5. 
3l'") ; iicnv Cane Cape ('(Mi. 5. ;l_'-"i. 
oL".': 8. oL'l: Da Moiits at. 5. o:;;"; 
8. :'i'l. 
Mallory, William. 9. o04H-o05?i. 
Mallet! II. .sea, 5. -JTT. 
tfir Jolin, 7. Il'On. 

Maloon, , taken prisoner. 2. 20(1; 

sokl. 2. 20(i; esoaped to Uo^-ton, 2. 
20G. 
Malta, Paul Chadwick killed at. 2. 
2S'.t; 7. 087 : tJie name ehari.aed. 2. 
2i»l; 7. o:<S; tlie people of settled 
with the Kennebec Purchasers, 2. 
201: 7. :'.o. oSS: 9. 2o2. 
Mamdernxiuid, 3. 41;'.. 
Mamerc(inenet, 3. ."."iT. 
Mammouth cave. 6. 411. 

Manach. M. . on the lieanties of 

the Inilian lan^uaue. i. 4hJ. 
Manillas island. 4. luG. 
Manawormet, 2. '.i2. 
Manchester. England. 4. IS. 
Mass., 4. 2:11.' 
:S. IL, 4. ISO; 6. 236. 
Mauessumet, sold land to Thomas 

Stevens. 3. ?>\h. 
Manjjee, / country comprised in, 2. 
Man'^i, \ T(I'(. 

Man-uin, W. P.. 8. 424. 
Manliaden. 4. lUO. 
Manham, Samuel, killed Madam Dear- 

injr. 3. l.Jl. 
Manhattan inland, settled by tlie 
Dut( h, 2. '.j\n] called Mananthe, 
6. -isl. 
Manilla, carried to Enirland by Wey- 

moutli, 2. IT. 
Manir, John, letter to from Arnold. 

1 . Am. 
Manitou, the Good Sjiirit of the In- 
dians, 4. 107. 
Manlers, J., signed tlie treaty of 1714, 

6. 2."^^: autoi^raph of. 6. ■_'.";^. 
Mann, Ariel, cor[)orate member of 
the Maine Historical Societv, i. 
11. 

Dr. , 5. xviii. 

Oljadiah, 4. :','>'.*, .OsO. 
Perry, 7. ^;S4. 
Manneerhowan. 3. 410. 
Manuiii„', Cajit. Nicholas, cliief macris- 
trate of York, i. 271'; ordered a 
survey made. i. 271': ;i jnd;,^e of 
the court in Cornwall, i. 27'.'/(; 
troubled tbe peojde of New Dart- 
moutii. 5. !•'.', 2fi4; commissioned 
as captain, 5. lou-ioi; justice of 
tlie peace, 5. Ibl, 11 0, i;7; sub- 
collector, 5. 120-12."-: complain(!d 
of, 7. ICri; meutM..ned, 4. sl'j^ 5. 

8a 



Mi> 



married Dr. Vaughan, 6. 



6. 70/1. 



jiotition to 
lived in Fal- 



visited by Cham- 
oil. 



Capt. Joseph, letter of cited, 6. lOj;. 
, 6. 8!). 

Mansell, Sir Robert, tlie present Mt. 
Desert named for. i. ■_'(!?). 

Mansiicld. 2. 14"); 5. xxx; 
John 1;., 5. ;3oO. 
Lord. 6. 4!t. 
William, siijned the 
15radstreet. i. 
nioulli. i.;J21; signed tlie petition 
to Cliarles 11, i. 4o2. 

Mansion il.>use. Bath. 2. 220; 3. -1". 

Mantawassuc. tlie, 7. o. 

Manthane. the Isle of. seen by Cham- 
plain, 7. 2."iU; MOW tiie" Isle of 
..Menan. 7. -l-A). 

Manthoun,ermer, 
plain, 7, 2.")?;. 

Mantor. James, 4. 

Manufacturers, American, rcmaiks on 
by Augu.-Ntus C. Pobbius, 4. 5;;-r>l. 

Maple, iirevalent in Limerick, i. ;;_'7 ; 
sugar and molasses made from, 4. 
282. 3:j;). 
Juiee eove. 6. .300, olG. 

Maquas, friends of the English, 5. 
27i"i; presents sent to, 5.'27(J: at- 
tempt to form an alliance with, 
I against the eastern Indians. 5, 

j 27S: mentioned, 5. ;jl, 40, 42, l.j, 

I (•2, \yz. 

Maranocook jiond, 4. 107. 

Marathon, 3. I'tiO. 

Marberry, Ann, married to ■William 
Hutchinson, i. :',\\n. 

Marbleliead, home of Nidiolas Haker. 
I. 20;': home of .b.iin Ashton. 3. 
21/(, 2.j, ^L'; Pobert Nicliols jr. 
moved to. 3. 104; Mrs. Alger 
moved to, 3. 10."); mentioned, 2. 
144; 3. o4t;; 4. I'.ii'; 7. SS; 9. I7<,t. 

Marcli. Mons. Corte de. i. ;;oi. 

Joiin, .-^ervetl in the war of the dev- 
olution, 3. L'O.'j. 
C'ai»t. John, sent to a>rertain tlie 
tle.^igns of the Eiin<li, 5. g^4; 
met Bomazeen, 5. I'^l; considered 
tlie Indians as rebels, 5. 2^(i; re- 
signed his command at I'emamiid, 
5. 200; in command of tlie expe- 
dition against I'ort lo>yai, 7. 70; 
censured for bi> failure, 7. ~ 
mentioned, 3. :;4."), :]\<. 
Samuel. 3. I'O] ; served in the 

of the Kevdlutinn, 3. I'O.j. 
Col. , of Greenland, 4. 20'.). 

Mare!i(dj.igyduee. delinition.of. 6. 

Marchiii. Indian (diief. 7. l'.M*, i.'(i:.'. 

Marcy, the Hon. W . ]... 9. 2l;j. 

Mardi-n. Slejihen, 4. ;;:.mi, .;.",j. 

Mareagit. an Indian, 4. I."/,*. 

Mure point, treaty concluded at, i. 
;)<14; a part of Jirunsw'.k, 2. l^o; 
home of Purchase. 3. '.]j'.}\ men- 
tioned, 2. 17'J; 3. oil] 8. l:ll»t. 



I'j ; 



lOS. 



lU 



:m.\ixk itistokical society 



Mnrescliitis. tho, 6. I'lJ. 
Muviiso, ail Itulian. 4. !•">'•. 
Maiir.iritl.i, tho, ciniimaiiiU'"! by Moore, 

2. •-'4:J; expoctfil to altaik ^la- 
chias, 2. '214; ihiwu <lo\vii the 
river. 2. "214; oa]>tini'il. 2. 24"»; 
iiinnher of killeil aibl wounded. 2. 
L'l'». 24'.i(i; inentioiu'd. 2. 2 Id. 

Marijery, the. einid.'Vfd at Kicliinond's 
island. I. ■")•'): 6. l".-^; arrived in 
Anicriea. i. S-'An : sent with freight 
to KnL'hmd, 1. '^-Tt. 

Maria. Joseph, a Penobse.)! Indian. 5. 
:3T1, -IT."). \ 
de Mediei, tpieen ri'iront. i.4"-'4: 7. 
2S; foreed I'ontrineourt to take 
liiard t(> Anieriea, i. 4i'^: aided 
in lilting out a ve^sid for Ameri- 
ca, I. 42it; 8. :122. -.VS-',. 

Maiiiitdl, .sec Mariner. 

Mariner. James, came from Dover. 1. 
oi;l; lived on the Xeek. i. 01:3, 
?>2l; Ilodgsdon deeded laud to. 1. 
24S, 01:]; date oi his birth, i. ol^; 
lived at l]o:^ton. i.-]\-'>; his pos- 
terity. I. olO. 

JIarintrs" ehurch, the. Bust'in. i.'^>'r2n. 

Mariiin . in eoiumaud at St. John's 

ii\er, 7. .")4(). 

Maritime and Inlantl Diseuvery cited, 

5. M.Hi. 

Mariumptieook river, the. 8. ZO. 

Maiks. of Arexns. 3. 4l'0; .Stephen 
llatson. I. •]')^; C'uucaseiiot. 4. I'-io: 
Laron. 3. 41'J: ^laganumliee. 3. 
420; Xauninne. 4. I'-)'): Perepole, 

3. :):>j; riiileni'm ruckmarl, i. 
o-jS: Itamanasc he. i. ;;.".>: Samoset. 
5. 1>Sh, 1'J2; .SaiHinaanun. 3. 41'J; 
Sasagaliaway, i.-'>'>^: Umpeeheny. 

4. i;;o; Uniiongoit, 5. I'.t2; Will 
Warden, i. o">>^; Wauntauga, 4. 
■l;'.'i; Wenemoaet.t, 3. ;JTS. 40.");- 
Frane<)is Xa\ier, 3. 420; act also 
sicrnnms. 

William, lived at .Shee])Scot. 2. iO^; 
swore fealty to the Duke of York, 
4.221. 
Marlb<.rouirh, 2. 14';; 4. IGl. 
Marley, 7. •']•"/.•. 
Mainey, 3. xvi. 

Maro mscook jiond, 4. 110, 114; 8. 
2o0)). 

Marot. C'apt.. . 9. In-;. 101). 110. 

MariiUftte, Tere Ja-ipn':. la. 6. 2l0. 
Miniuoir, i. 114: 2. b'.T: 3. -i-JU/i, ;;29, 
:',■]<). ;J;)1, ;]:J2. ;;t4; 4. K";. 

bay. 2. I(t7; 3. -'UT; 4. loj. 
Marsctiuuut. 4. 140. 
Marsh. , of Ya<salb<jro. 4. 3S3. 

tin- Itev. . 7. 2:;.".. 

island, i. \^'). l'.'; 7. T'.'/i. 

iMiint, 7. 7''//. 

Samuel and .Son. 4. '■;. 
Marsii's mountain. 6. -iol. 
Marshall, John, signed the petition 



to Hradstreef, i. 2'^'^n\ lived at 
r.ilmoutli. I. :;21. 
Jedm. chief Justiee, 5. xlviii. 
<.'ai>t. .Samuel. 2. ];; ;. 

Marshall's eove. 6. ;;i(i. 

Marshtield. .Inhn l'M>iirne a residi-u 
of. I. l.'iO; John K.iuse .1 rcsidi lit 
of. I. 1">0; Thendosius .Nlonre -.i 
re>idiiit i)f, I. .").")i;: mentioiifd. 2. 
14.'.. 1T'>: 3. ic.'t,/ : 4. -72: 6. ~r.; 
■ '>'u: 7. I'./ii; 8. 2-1. 2-1//. 2-2;/. 

Mars Hill, the ur.rthwfst anule of 
X^iva Seotia. 8. 20-21 ; not eoinct 
to be elaimed as tlie aiiLile. 8. _'_'. 
2')-2ri, 2(> ; menlioned, 8. Oti. >:;. 

Marsiipue. 4. 271. 

Marston. Ephraim. lived at F.ilmouth, 

I. 241;./. :;21 ; moved to .Salem, i. 

lii'l/i: signed the in-tition to tiov. 

l>r.id>treet, i. 2S.!. 

Geon;;e. 2. 20.'). 

John, lanrl grant.Nl to. i.242: land 

sold to .Samaid .^loodv, i. 24o. 
Mr. . 4. 24;;/i. 

Martid. , 8. :;:;o. 

Marten, the Hev. Kiehard, proaelu-d 
at W.dls. i.:;47: a sehoohn aster. 
I. ;347; his s dary. i.;;47: gradu- 
ated from Harvard CoUeue. i.:;4T. 
skins, the trade in pnthiljited. 2. 
;14a: purchased by John Smitli, 

5. 1 '•>'■:;• 

Martha s ^ ineyard. j.eo-de Iroin in 
Maine. 4.:;il: the Kirl of Siir- 
linijr's right in sdd !> the Duke 
of York. 5. 2; Xew York to smd 
a commission to. 5. :;.",; Indians 
taken eatpive at. 5. 1(1//; ealle.l 
Martin vigners. 6. 2--: <,'adillae's 
aecounl of. 6. 2-^; Indians of. 6. 
22>;: the land titles in traeeil frcni 
the Earl of .Stirlimr. 7. 144; meii- 
tioTied. 2. 2-'j; 4. ;J2S.;]:;4; 7.274: 
8. 12s 
Martin. Capt. C. 5. :;I4;*. 

Dorothy, conveyed her projjerty te 

liobert Martin, i. 20S. 
John L''wis. 6. :)2-"). 
Loui.s Henri, his History of Frani'e 

cited. 7. 42. 42/i. 
Lvdia, nrarried to K(jbert Corbin. i- 

"121, 207. 
Mary, widow of Kobert. died, i- 

207//. 
M iry. seduced by Michael Mitlon. 
I. l'>>: executed for infanticide. 
I. loS. 207. 
Peter, signed the treaty of 1710, ^■ 

'2'>-'): autogr:q>h of. 6. 2.")."i. 
Raidiael. 8. .".l. 

Kiehard. married the ^Virh)^v .\'- 
well. I. 7.'), 1 14: 121. 207; lived ;0 
Falmouth, i. lo"-. Ill: si-ned th'' 
subnds-ion to .M i-s.. i. I".'/, •'•""' 
his dau'_diter m.ii ried JJ<d)eri ' "_'' 
bin, I. 121; autograjdi ol, i- l-"*' 



ixDF.x TO collt:ctiox>;. 



175 



consented to the airreenient lie- 
twt'on .I<>rd;in ;niil Tiu k»>r. i. l^!!: 
petitioned to the ueiicinl court, i. 
144; ills oliihlrcn uiidi'i- .Milton's 
care, i. I'l^: signed tlie jietilioii 
to tlie kiuLT. I. !"*'': ^Vintll^ol)■s 
a.^eoiuit of. I. l07: lived on tlie 
rresutiii)->-.ir. i.l'oT: death of. i. 
2ii7; his will. i. L'oT-jiK; reported 
the hv-s of Falmouth at IJoston, 

1. ott;])i: mentioned, i. ll'.i, 1l'2; 
]2:3. 141. 

Kiehard. of rortsmouth. letter to 
Gen. L)entii-on. i. Jl'"_'-2:?.5. 

William, 7. I'.'T. 

the i;ev. . of .sterliiiLTS, 4. .393. 

, witli Arnold, i. "iL'ti. 

Martin's cove. i. 114. 

point, I. 7'), 114. 
Martinic islainl. 5. :)S5. P^^on. 
Martiiiiipie. 7. 474. 
>[artinvii;iiers. ('adillac's aeeount of, 

6. 2SS: same as Manila's Vine- 
yard, 6. I'SS. 

Martyn, Vie tor. 3. :N0. 

Martyr, Peter, cited, 2. liya; vLsited 
by Cahot, 2. l'ta-\>\a. 

Mary.' the. 5. :'.S4; 9. 4'.i. 
and Jolin. the, one of tlie ships sent 
out by the Plyiuouth Company, 
2.2~a; sent our by Popliam. 3. 
'2'J-J; commanded by Paleitrh Gil- 
bert, 3. '2U-J- 5. :;.")] : in distress, 3. 
oOO; returned to England with re- 
port of the colonists, 3. :;i)S: 7. 
30:5: sailed from Plymouth. 5. ■]')[ ; 

7. •-".'4; at So'j:uin. 7. oUl; men- 
tioneil, 5. l-"';-s,(: 7. :]ni). 

Queen of En^dand, no interest in 
ber dise<jveries durin^^ her reijjn, 

2. ISa; mentioned, 2. I'JO; 4. 71; 

7. 143: 9. 33i. 
Stuart. 6. 14n,, r 9. 300. 

Maryland, the Seoteli-Iiish in, 6. 9, 
2'.*: coina'j^^e of, 6. 1I>: had a pro- 
prietary governMii'nr. 7. l.">4; men- 
tioned, 2. 74'^?; 4. IS; 6. 7-J; 7. 139; 

8. SO. 

Historical .Society. 2. 241??: 4. ij. 

Mascarene, Gov, I'mil. siirned the 
treaty of 1714. 6. l'")^; autograph 
of. 6. 2oS: governor of Xova .Sco- 
tia, 8. 12'i; proposed to dislodife 
iJe Himzay. 8. I2'j: planned to 
secure the alle;;iance of tiie Aca- 
dians, 8. I2(i. i;];J: sent Capt. 
Howe to join Col. Noble. 8. 12S; 
letters of, 8. 130-131, i:;-<: belonired 
to the )e'4ul:tr aittiy. 8. I'-V',: inen- 
tioned, 3. ;;7'.', 3^'». ;;sl, :;■^2. .J'.i.",. 
3117, 3119, 402. 419. 412. 41'.t, 421, 
43.-.; 8. -.'24, 2i'r„i. 241, Jo4. 

Mashainee river, 4. liljtj. 

Mason, E., 2. 1 19. 
Jann-s, son of .Tolm. 2. 234; Ins 
d:in-.;liter married Elias Mulford, 
2, 234. 



James, of X'ew Darmoutli, 4. 2-1. 

.leremi.di. 8. ■',''>'■'•. 

John, kille.l in the battbj at Fal- 
mouth. I. -.".I.");,. 

("apt. John, associated witli Sir Wil- 
liam Alexander, 1. 34; 2.47: re- 
ceived a '.rraut from the Plymouth 
C'om]iany, i. :].'.. 7'.'; 3. 30: extent 
of the tyrant, i. :1.">: the same t-x- 
teiided. I. 3"): di\ision oi the 
trrant. i. 3.J: 2. ".4: 3-34: 9. •■'.|'9, 
30!i)(: received a new craiit. i. .;.>; 
his territory frranted toothe!.- by 
the I'lynnnilh (.'oinjiany. i. 4;'; 
received a .irrant to l)oth si.h s of 
the Piscataiiua. i. 4'.'-')0; 3. :'.I: 9. 
3t3G; Josslyn his a-jjent, i.Cl',, : 3. 
34; Ins S'ew Hampshire ui.int 
conveyed no riirht to sovereignty, 
1. 78; extent of his territory, i. 
81; liis zeal, i. S3; sent William 
Brackett to Piseataqua, i. \'j'>h; 
his heirs held the artention of 
the kinir, i. 107: tiie province re- 
stored to his lieirs. i. •s)^: re- 
ceived utant of Eact)nia, 2. 'r^.'; 
extent of <;rant, 2. 'r2'i: separated 
his business transactions from 
Gorges. 2. "<2a: received a sejiarare 
patent. 2. o2ii: extent of his terri- 
tory, 2. 52(»: name<i New Hami>- 
sl'.ire. 2. ')2": 3. 31; employed 
Josselyn ti> discover Lake Cham- 
plain. 2. 07. OS,/. 7,v,/; ••■overnor of 
Xew Foundlaud, 2. 47: returned 
to, sent earjienters aii'i cat:i" to 
America, 2. ')<)ii: 9. 3o<,/ : letter 
from Goru'es cited, a.wii/, : D.ivid 
Tliompson his agent. 2. 70: ('a]»t. 
Cammock his agent. 3. 1l': vave 
a grant to Cammock. 3.r_': \\ illiam 
Sevey in his em]doy. 3. 2^'-): dit.<;, 
I. 83: 2. ")0;/. .■J4<(; 3. 34, .','>; lihs 
widow settled his estates, 2. •'■O/i; 
mentioned, 2. Gl<'/(. ti7; 3. 34«; 5. 
xxi, 10>; 9. 3u''>, 30'.), ;jl 1,/. 

John, of Agawam, patent granted 

to, 9. :;t;o. 

Capt. John, of Mass., 2. 1-33. 

John, of Sheepscot, grant to from 
Kobinhood, 2. 232, 2;;3; 4. 219, 
231; 9. 133; the commissioners 
of the Duke of York met at Jiis 
house, 2. 2:;2; 4. 220; 8. Is."); 9. 
lol; the deed fioin Pobiidiootl 
given in full. 2. 233-2:14: rerided 
at .Slieejiscot, 2. "^33; liis wife'.s 
hmd (laim. 2. 234: the Sheei'Si-ot 
records began at Ins house, 4. -'lO, 
214; site of his iiouse, 4. 21 L i''_'0; 
9. I.jI; lemains of his house of 
stcmc. 4.214: 9. l.'AUv, took a dtcd 
from the ludi.ms. 4. 219; claims 
of liis heiis. 4. L';;i; swore Ic.iliy 
to tlie Duke of York, 4. 221 ; men- 
tioned, 2. 23G; 4. 231; 5. 230; 8, 
183/1. 



176 



MATXK HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 



Mason, llic ITon. Jolm, inniiioil Susan 
I'oNvi-jl, •}. 'S-Wn. 

Mrs. Capt. John, sent Francis Nor- 
ton as lior altorncy to Anu-iica. 2. 
50; sottlod lier husbaiul"s estate, 
2. 50ii. 

tiie Rev. Jolm, seleet remains of, 4. 

John v.. 9. -ia.'^ 

Joseph. 9. ;vj."). 

Mary, dauicliter of James, married 
Elias Mulford, 2. i;:;4 ; lier hind 
claim, 4. ■_';'. 1. 

Eobert, I. 47; Q. 3.">1, o4'J, ?,:>i. 

Samuel. 9. "-"J. 

Thomas, laud granted to, i. 243 : 
lived at Salem, i. 240; sold his 
land to l\-ter Morrill, i. 240, olo. 

title, I. Aln. 

the llev. William. 9. KH. 

Lieixt, , sent out to capture pi- 
rates, 5. 2U(i. 
Mason's Neck, 5. 4U. 

patent, 7. lOij. 
Masonia. i. SI. 
Massabesec, derivation of, 4. 100. 

pond. 4. 107. 

Massuehisans, the, 2. 02. 

Massachusetts archives, arranged by 

Felt, 2. 47rt; oiled, 7. b<>},u •j'>it. Oln, 

6S«, 70h; 8. 121/,. 24'.i,i. 2.oS; 9. 

11, 2S, 40. .3l8*i. 344, 374, 377, 3S0. 

Bai)tist Educational S':>eiety. 8. 17S. 

bay, called Uoston bay, 2. 43a; 
lands on beloni^ed to .^ir Ferdi- 
nando Gorges. 2. .jG(/. ."^7'/ : Robert 
Gorges at, 2. 43; Trelav.ny re- 
ceived a grant to lauds ou, 5. 
170,1; mentioned, i. GO: 6. u.';2: 7. 
101, 202. 

Bay Colony and the Province of. the 
Indian name of. 9.220,;: t!ie most 
powerful of the early settlements, 

1. 50; the intolerance of. i. loi'. 
107-loS, 102, 104/i, 20.;. 3.'v";. S'li): 

2. 5Ga; 3.44, 04. VA: 6. 1^1, Is.j. 
ISO, 1S7; 7. 14^, lOo-loI: 8. l'04,<: 
cause of the hostility of Maine 
towards, i. 107- 10^; acts concern- 
ing claims, i. 147/(; the e.Kten>ion 
of her laws benelicitory to Maine. 
I. 1.j2; Maine largely settled by 
people from. i. 101: 5. 4. .">: 8. 
431*; the paradise of New England, 
8. yS; why early attempts to set- 
tle in weie successfid. 2. 20'.', 270, 
271; impatient of restiaint. 4.70; 
the foundaMon of Kepublican 
ideas, 5. 140: vindication of her 
rights to self irovernment. 5. 2:.j7- 
220; struggled to root out cavaliers 
from Maine, 5. 22S-:^i:'.*: the cur- 
rency of, 6. li>, ll>/i; I-aud jus- 
tilied by the acts of. 6. 1>7; the 
jtoliey r.f her government not bad, 
7. 100-101 ; limits of her boundary 



by the charter, 7. 201 ; carlv 
slavery in, 7. 2ln--_'l l ; looked i,. 
for leaders, 9. U; a small parlv 
(1002) of Europeans, 10i)2. settled in". 
2. 20,/; Martin Piing in ilic 
(1603) coast of, 10,13, 2. 2l'f: Capr 
Ann the first iiermanent occu- 
pation in, 5. b'>S;, : i>art of tin- 
(1022) territory witliin. 1022, the u'r.nit 
to llobert (ioi-cs. I. lu..; 2. 
(102S) 43,/,,. 47„ ; jiatent. ir.i's, o;;-antt ,1 
to, 9. 300; great danger feared 
if she became a free state. 9. 
30S; the early nuutality, l'"i:;o.iii. 
(10.30). 2. 3l(/,/; Sir Chri>toi)!ier (i.u- 
diner lied from, 3. .317: loolc 
(1032) action, lti32, in rcganl to the 
nuirder of r.agnall, 1. .■)4: the 
success of awakened tin- interest 
of the pidtlic, 2. .>J,(; fitted out 
an expedition. I''i33. to intercept 
a ]iirate, i.42; 5. 200; thrust out 
(lG3."i) tenants, 103."), 1. .^2; the kiiiL' 
urged to revoke the charter of. 
I. ^3; the good will of Gorges 
towards, 2. boa; the jealou.>y 
towards Gorges unjusfili.ible, 2. 
r).Ja-.jOa; indebted to (ror^cs. 2. 
55a; assisted the FrentOi, 5. lil')- 
210; would not assist IMymou;!!, 
7. 34, 30, 37; warned of the Frencli 
encrc)achments, 7. 30: treachery 
towards Plymouth. 7.37; claimci 
jurisdiction over Conncvnietu. 7. 
(1030) l"i2. 152/,; laid, ]><■'.>>. the found- 
ation of Harvard College. 5. 
xvii-xviii; John Wheelwright. 
(1G3>7) li".37. banished from. i. :;.")•'«; as- 
.■^isted by loxlfrey in holdings 
(1C3S) 103S, her charter, 9. 311-:.U2: 
iiznored his assistance, 9. 311:'i, 
(1040)312//; fust legislation. ItiM 
ci.'ncerning the acknowledge- 
ment of deeds, 5. 10.'<; assumed 

(1041) jurisdiction over Maine, 1041. 2. 
Otia: pretext for the same. 2. 

GOrr-Ola; 3. 33; New Hampshire 

claimed to be witlnn lu-r limi'-. 

2. Ola; i)eoi>le from settle in 

(1042) New Hampshire, 2. 01,<; Gil>- 
son, 1042, obn(jxious to. i. ."/': 

6. ISl: ordered the murder, li>43. 
of Miantonomo, 2. lOS; neutral 
(1044) in the strife, 1044, between 
Cleeves and Vines, i. 92. 04, '■'<">: 
in favor of iligby. i. 02: Cleeves. 
(104.") 104.'>, apijealecTto, i. 01, '.i2. '•':.' 
03.540-550; (juarreled %\ ith i)i 
Child.s, I. 05/,; 7. 140, 140,,; con- 
troversy with Godfiey, 9. 31'; 
(lOlOj Cleeves' 1040, second aj/peal to. 
I. 05; as an arliitrator, i. '•'•'■ 
90; ordered to assi>t liigby, i. '."•: 
controversy with Child and M.iv- 
erick, 7. 140, 140/, : her pov.er de- 
pendent on her charter, 7. 140-Hi ; 



INDEX TO COLLKCTIOXS. 



177 



MaYcrick alioniitid from, 7. U7; 

ponal laws against baptists. 7. 

(lOiT) I'J:!; Go..i-oe Mmijoy. I'UT, 

made a freeman, i. l'):;; luider- 

(1652) toi'k, l'i.")L'. the estililislimeiU 
of a claim to ("aseo May. i. ion. 

lO-j; 4. 70: 9. .ir. I-:. I'd; secretly 
clierislied hopes of exundiiiu' her 
jiiri?;(liction. 3. -Il'-- i:;; the pco].le 
of Maine obliged to submit to her 
juri.sdictii)n. i. !•<. 101. lo.'i: 3.:;.]; 
4.">— 14, 4."., 4(;; sulmiis^iriu of Kit- 
teiy, I. loi'. 111.",. j>;:, ; 3. 4:^,; g. 
321; su!imi->ii)n of (ior<;ian:i. i. 
102. ln.">; 3. 4;J: submission t>f 
York, 9. ;;l'1 ; resisted by (iodfrey, 
I. 101: 2. ()]'/: 3.00; 9. -'lM: emis- 
sion of currency. 6. 1 1<. Il'.'/i, i:-3(j; 
coining forbidden. 5. 11'.'; sub- 

(1653) mission of .Saci'. Ki."):;. i. IOOh, 
IGo, 3^.'i: 3. 4-]: submission of 

Cape Pori)us, i. li) >;(. loi', lO-"); 3. 
4.'J; subnnssion of ^V^ lis, i. 100;i, 
1(12. \i'>'>, :]4'>-'.',<) : 3. 4:1: ijave a 
charter to AVells, i. :;iWi; extent 
of country claimed by. 3. 4;bi: 
leaders of the opposition to 3. 44, 
44n; declared .J(din Bonvthon. 

(1654) lGo4, a rebel, 3. ID; petit'ion of 
Edward Godfrey to, i. :;iMj-o'.»l ; 

alarmed by Godfrey's movements, 
9. ;;2o-;;2iJ: .sent Jolm Leverett. 
(1055) lt;55. as agent to England. 9. 
32o-o24, 24ii: Cleeves' protest 
in behalf of Lygonia. i. ]o2; feared 
dissatisfaction in Knuland. i. lOO; 
Godfrey joined w i t h other s 
against, 9. oi".i, :;.;0/; : Leverett 
dared not avow his mission, 9. 
3->0, 331, 352-353; the people of 
(1656) Maine, l()5t3, desired her juris- 
diction, I. 103: 5. 22'<; named 

(1655) Falnuiuth. I(i5>. i.G5: submis- 
sion of Falmout!). i. Toh, 132, 

3's4; form of and the signers of 
tlie submission, i. 105; articles of 
agreement, i. ln.",-int;: held po.s- 
session of the province with the 
exception of tliree years till Maine 
became a state, i. 107; cau.se of 
Maine's dislike to, i. K)7-]0S; sent 
commissioners to Maine, 3. 45; 
acts of the commissioners, i. 
(1659) 3><;-3S7; 3. 47-4^; sent magis- 
trates, 1('.5'.', to jiold a court, i. 
15<J; attempted to reform the 
morals of Maine, i.lOi; proposed 
to extend her jurisdiction to the 
Ilu'lson. 7. 153, 154. 154«: sum- 
(1600) moned Jordan, lOOit, to apjiear 
at court for exercising his re- 
ligion, I. ins, i(;i-102; 2. t;2r^/, •;;>(; 
6. l.s."^; the go verm M' called a rogue, 
2. 63a; the parti.sans of (iorgcs 
still opposed, 3. 50; gave Maine 
four years of peace, 3. 00; con- 
12 



I. 

5- 
• 3 

56 



175- 
234 ; 
, 24; 

her 
23»". ; 

14-^. 



(IGCl) sidered, ]6r,|, herself a frco 
I slate, 7. 14!>: always ready to 

govern herself and her neighbors, 
7. 152; resiste<l by ,Ior(ian and 
(16621 Jocelyn, \(\&2, i. l.j, n;;, 170; 
3. 50; the pei>]>ie divided in ro- 
(1663; gard to the juri^(iietion of, IG'VA, 
I. 170. 173, is2: 3.50..-;;: 5.22S; 
proclamation to the peofde, 3-52- 
53: obliged to be concilitt)ry, i. 
173; ordered all the islands in 
Gasco bay to pay ciiarges to Fal- 
mouth, I. 152; Duniuier the agent 
for, I. 3'.iS; the enemies of sent, 

(1664) ir,64, commissioners to Eng- 
land, I. 173-174: called an 

nsurper, i. 174; 3.3;'.; 9. 320; not 
1 an nsurper. 5. 2:.'S. :i;3s; ordered 

j to restore territory to Gorges, i. 

i 174, 175, L'3S; 2.t'.3'(: 3. 50; 6. 1S8; 

I tried to hold her jurisdiction, i. 

I 174-175; refused to surrender the 

I territory, i. 174: 2. iV.\u; reason 

I for holding jurisdiction, 

j 176, 176-177; 3. 50; 4. 70; 

Kenry ^Vatts tlissatislied 
reiiulied for disloyalty. 3. 
influence over Maine." 5. 235, 
I a letter on the misrule of, 7. 

! 154; insulted the English tiag. 7. 

j 14,s; rejoiced at the death of 

(liarles i, 7. 148-14'.): jealous of 
■ Maverick. 7. 154: the general 

; court inaetieally her government, 

I 7. 155; employed a surveyor, 

'. (1665) 1665, to find the northern bound- 
ary, I. 176; ordered to be more 
liberal, i. 102; dissatisfaction in 
Maine, i. 170; her friends join 
the dissatisfied, i. 17^-171); ISl; 
retuin of her commissioners^ i. 
IS'l ; the midille class satisfied, i. 
182; engrossed ail tiie Xew Eng- 
land trade, 5. 232. 232/i, 234; the 
Baptists well est iblislied in. 7. 
223; her authoritv susi-yenrled, 

(1665) I. 1S4 api.ealed to by Maine 
for help, 166-;. i. I'.iO;* 5. 2.;5, 

23S; sent commissioners to Maine, 
! I. 196; 2. 64a; held a court at 

y<»rk. i^lldj; 2. 64a; opposed by 
Jocelyn ami others, i. I'.h',; cfini- 
nussionens triumph, i. 100, 107- 
did not employ force, i. 107; ac- 
cused of emidoying force, 2. 65a; 
4. 70; general submission to. i. 
l'.»7-)0S, 3s.j; government est.ib- 

lished, I. 200; gave clectivo 
(1670) franchise, 1670. to p(;op!e of 

Maine, i. 201 ; the meiuJiants of 
supplied M.dne, I.55I; jioor tisli 
sent to, 1.551; peopb; of Maine 

desired her juiisdi<;tion, i. L'o3; 
(1672) boundaries, 1672, to be found, 

I. 202, 353-;>54; petition of peo- 
ple of Maine to, 5. 23'J-241; slrug- 



178 



maim: iiiNTOincAL society 



Massaolui^cHs 15;iy Colony and the 
ProviniH' of — foutiinicd. 
gli'd with tlio oiown for tlie iuris- 

ditnion. 5. I'-l-J: tii<j jnri^diciion 
(1C74) o>t:dilislird. UuL I. •^c:'.; took 

])o.<si>s>ion of Pcniaiiuid, 5. o; 
Poniaiiuid a.-kod fm- a scttlcil 
povornnii'ut. 8. isr. : held court at 
Poinaiinid, 5. L'4^: r":nnii<si>n to 
liold a oouit, 5. 241i-i.''o; 8. iN.i; 
5. 240--JoO; 8. Ix): iKUvd V.y the 

Stuarts, 8. I^T: made prepar- 
(10T">) afions, ICT-"*, to carry the %var 

into tlu' eni'uiy's oounrry, i. 
214-L'l."): Edward "llutcliinson 
proniinont in the atfairs of, 1. o4-'/i ; 
comniissionod (.'apt. Lake t'> hold 

a court, 5. L'")0: took measures, 
(1C70) ](17<'', to assist the people of 

Maine, i. iL'';: sent as a'^ent to 
Enirland to di-iend lu-r riiiiit of 
jurisdiction, i. 2:\<: 3. 04; her 
jurisdiction annuUeil. i. 2.;>; a 
refuse for the jicople of .Maine, 4. 
7-5; 5. 277; Andros dcsiied tlie 
refus^ees to come to New York, 
5. 2o'>: opposed Andros. 5. 2"i.j- 
2">G, i;.jtui; hated the French, 5. 
250/i; disliked by Charles 11, 5. 
257; 8. 1S7; prevenred M line from 
becoming a part of < 'ana<la. 5. 257; 
abused by Andros. 5. 257-25S, 20U, 

2i;-<-2()'.», 274. 27'.''<: t;)ok jneas- 
(1G77) iires to secure tlu' Pro\ince of 

Maine, 1G77, i. 2')^: 3. '■]'■',: ac- 
cused of neLilectiu'j, Maine. 5. i'5>; 
first to send aid to Maine. 5. 'J')>- 
259; an attemjit maile to exclude 
tlie trade witli Pemiiqiiid from. 5. 
259; hated by James 11. 5. 2i;5; 8. 
1S7; Andros povenor of. 5. 2i'»5; a 
natural alliance with Pemaquid, 
5. 2Cri; purchased Maine from 
Gorges, i. lo'.». ■J-]<--2-','J : 2. G4(i, 
257, 200, 201-2114. 2';<'.: 3. :]0. ()5, 
120; 4. 70; 7. li.). 211: price paid, 
I. 2;!:), 23^/i ; 2. 04<7. 2OI. •^•'lA, 200; 
3. 3o. I}'), i>'>n: the conreution of 
the authorities cau-ed the sale, i. 
_ JO'.t; 2. 272; John Uglier agent 
' for, 2. 257. 200; the purcliase of- 
fered England, i. 2;J'.J; 3. 05; (jues- 

tion concennng the raising 
(1670) money for the ".var. i. 2:]'.': sep- 
arated, 1071', from New Ilamp- 
(ICSO) shiie, 8. 2'.'5; appointed. 10:SO. 

Thomas Danfoith deputy gov- 
crnijr of Maine, i.240, :i54; 2.05a, 
172; 3. 12^'; the l.;aso to Johu 

Oldmau interfered with. 2. 47/!; 
(ICSl) appeal of Maine. 10^1. Un- fur- 
ther security, i. 205; partly sup- 
ported Fort iioyal, i. i^OO; took 
measures to settle land titles, i. 

271; 4- 227, 2i'<; North Var- 
/1682) mouth, 10^2, not withiu the 



linuts of. I. 270; ctuiln-mcd t],f 
(lOS.') grant of (ircat (■h-'beag, ic.s.;, 
to Wharton, i. 147: hor author- 
ity consiilered paramount. 8. 

(1054) 1">S: dissolution of her charter, 
]0S4. I. 27;): tax to be paid Ipv 
Scarlxirougli. 3. li'.O; roya! i.r- 

(lC>Si;) der. lOxi, for the M'.rrendcr of 

(10>7) Pemaiiuid. 5. l:;0-l:;i : 'luitnrt, 

b.i->7. troubles, i. l'72: oriicrc d 

(1055) roads to i>e laid out, H'.s-^, i.27'.i; 
her right to conlirm titles doid>t- 

cd, I.2S1; sent men to ])rotei;- 
5Scarboi(,)ui::h. 3. 1>0: sent in< n 
and friendly Indians to the ri-licf 
of Elaine, 3. I07. l.',5-i:;i;: troop-s 
withdrawn. 3. I'-U): busy with tlio 
excitement of seizing Andros, 3. 
l;JO; answer of her agents to the 
complaint of Andros, 5. ."|s(|_;'',i;)j 
the aggressor in King William's 
war. 6. 112; the lirst of tho 
(IGC'O) P.uwd(un family in. li;'.)0. i.l'TT; 
trade with Ealmoutli, 1. L'T^; 
ajiproved the plan U> capture Can- 
ada. 5. 2.S1 ; not over anxious fiir 
the safety of Maine. 7. Ill : issued 
bills of credit. 9. •":]; Plyniouili 
oi>posetl l)eing under tli<! gmein- 
ment of, 2. 42';;( : all New E.nglaml 
said to center at, 2. 42a(i: hel'i 
the juristliction of Kt-nnetn-- !•> 
royal auth'.uity. 2. l.'i;; renivrd 
a charter from William and M.ii y. 
8. 157; the laws of used in Maisj-'. 
(1001) 8. 158: William Pliipps. b;:d. 
arrived as governor of. 2. fi5 », 
207.2:]'.': incorporated. 2. L'ii7 : th«! 
witchcraft dtdu>ion. 7. 115; gavn 
(17tX)) a grant to Baker. 17no. 2. Ill; 
ai>pointed a committee to ex- 
amine land claims, 2. 2:14; ai '■^ 
concerning the Pejepscot jufpn- 
etors, 2. 277; advis"d to rebmli 
tlie fort at Pemaipiid, 5. -"•'''; 
(1701) Indian deeds d. d ued. 17"i. 
void, 2. 27o: counti.'n;incc<l 
(1705) shivery. 17ti5. 7. 211-212: sen; 
(17u7) an expedition against, I70i. 
Port lioyal, 7. 7'.'; dissati.-iicd 
at the result, 7. 7'.'; opinioiij 
(1721) concerning the arrest. 17-1. "f 
(172:J) Castine. 7. S4, 85; built. 17-'". 
(17:^0) Fort Kichmond,8. 200; Belcher, 
1720, governor of, 3. ;>35; at- 
tempt to separate Sagadalio t. 
from, 6. 18; protested again-' 
Dunbar's usurpatiim. 6. 10; W.d'i') 
sent as a sjjecial represi^ntative >''. 
6. 10; appointed commission. : ■> 
(17-'i:>) to lay out the Xa!ragan-.iij. 
17-J-J, townships, 2. ].',i''-\-''<> 
Xova Scotia under the govei ti- 
ll 04:;!) nient of. 104:;, 8. ;Joi; ■>'■"• 
(1040) troops. 1010. to Crown Point. 9- 
(1754) i:2] to build a fort at, 1754, 'li- 



INDEX TO COLLECTION'S. 



179 



conic. 2. 2^2: in oliar^c of the 
(17-jJ) t.'.\i».-lKil. IT").'. Ai.;i<li;uis. 6. ;U1; 
nuiiiliiT of AoiKiians si'iir to. 6. 
(1703) ;)4.;«; sjcrnnti'il r\\ o!\<> tow iislii))s. 
IT'.'.;, on tho i*eni>bscot, 7. l'Oi\ 
(1770) 204; jHtition froin Macliiaj;, 
(177o) 1770. 3. 17;:; rendition of the 
shives, 177;;, in. 7. L'l.'); litst de- 
cisive movement lor t!ie ;i!)olitiou 
of .slaves, 7. ^J.ViMO; truoi-s of 
(1770)^1111 ,\inol(l, 177"), i.oon. ."j^']; 
commissioned tiie Diliirenee and 
Liberty, 2. i.'47; made a treaty 
witli l!ie Inflians, 7. S; ordered 
(1770) an expedition against, 177'.', 
Ca.^tine, 2. I'l."); mi'niioned. i. 
40, 41. (Ui), 77. 7^. 10.",. 112. 11;]. 1 •_'»;, 
12S([, 142, 170, 17>, 17'.', li'o/f, 2W)i, 
302, ;jl4, ;jl7, 'Mln, ;i27)(, .■;.J2, oS7, 
oti:;, :3'.'4, 400, .O'lhi, .VU; 2. !>, :>>a, 
44, 4t;;), 47i». 4it«, 74(i. l:];]. 14.*), 
154, 172, 212, 24;^, 281, 2S">;'3. L^ 
2:}, 4'.i, S2, '.»7, 102, 10>^, 100, J 14, 
12('), 207, l'l.;, 22:!. 224, 22."), 227. 
2.>), 2.)4, -':;.). 274. 314*/, :]17, ".is, 
320«, ;].ji, ;-)44, :;47, .•;.">i. :;.").".. :):,:>. 
3(32, il:], 377, O^o. ;5si, ■]^-2^ ;>;], 
3S.j, ;3S(;, o.sy, ;;<jo, ;;'.»(;, ;j:i;), 407, 
411, 414, 41fJ, 417. 420, 421. 422, 
424, 40."), 44."), 440: 4. OS. 7:.'. 7.)] 
80, 12;;, 14."), 14.'j>i, 100, 101, ir,L', 
104. lOS, 1S4, 210, 277. 24."), 2s(i,!, 
2S4», 2.s<iH, 411; 5.' xx. xxi. xxii, 
xxiii, xl. x\n. xlvi, Iviil. li. 1.',. ];'4 
220, 22;;. 22-"), L';;2, L'n;. -jiU, 27'w;, 
30."), :J^2«, ;>s;], 421, 4:;it; 6. 4"). 40. 
47)1, .")7»i, GO, 0>4». 70/7. 110. no*i, 
132, 170, 240, 241, -."jO, -.'.l, -jc,.) 
325, 327, 331, 332, 33';, 337, 3';4. 
307, 30S; 7. 10, lo'.t, 1 1,";. 131, u-.:. 
20.^, 212, -20, 234. i'47. 2.-).-,«, 30Su; 
«. 0, 10, 12, 1-0, 131, l.JS, l.")0, 100/i. 
212. 21s, 210h, 220rt. 242,i, 201. 203, 
2S2«, 303, 300, 32i), 3.;s; 9. 4. 20, 
3.5, 44. 0.3, 7S, ^1, 82, 100, 3]'.t, 323* 
327, 328-320, 334, 343, 347, 354^ 
2.J."), 3*12, 3f.O, 307, 308. 
court, tile, 5. 13."j. 
Charitable Meciianic's As.sociation, 

3. 204, 20."), L'OO. 207. 20s. 
Cliarters, 3. Il'O; 7. 100, 2OI; 8. 297: 
9. 21, 22, 2"), 311, 322, 340, .3.^6,' 
303. 
Colonial Records, i. ,",4, 101, 102, 
10-1, 10.",, 108, 1 (;•_', 174. 17."., 170; 2. 
204; 5. 220/(, -2^k, 247m, 24.S, 2.70, 
2.J7. -.')0, 20v). 3S7; 7. 140. 140, 153; 
8. 20'); 9. 321, 323, 370. 3S2. 
Comjiany, purelias<-d l.nid of 
Thomas I'urehase, i. 40//; i>ro- 
cnred a charter of (lie I'lymonth 
Company, i. 41; mentioned, i. 
113. 
Convenli..!! of 17S0. 6. 3S.-,. 
Files, cited, i. 04, 0.",, lo4, 132, 141, 
145, 270, 273, l.'77, 27^, 282^ SOl] 



303, 3-^4; 2. 174; 3. 03. 73, 109, 

iL'O, 13s. 
Gazette, the, cited, 6. I'W. 
General couii, 3. M, iic.i; 5. :;?, 220 

3()."); 6. 48ti, ;')n, .01, l.".i;/), ic.-j.' jcs', 

18t;: 7. 1:,. Ki, 17, 14.-,, ] ;;|, |r,._,' 

IV!, ].-,.-,. 1.-,,;. 
llall. Uowdoin College. S. 170,. 
lii-i.'iieal boeiety, 5. .■;i';;, ; 7.484. 

4^^/<. 404; 9. 00'; tlic lirst jiistor- 

ical society formed in .Vmeriea. 2. 

10(/; 4. .■); li.st of the fonnders of, 

2. 11(7; the lilirary of. 5. l.");j;,' 
103)<, 10.");i; publieation.s of eited,' 
1- •"), 34, 3S", 4^11, OSx. 204. 277'. 
280». 288. 201, 330», ■.](■,:',„, -,44; 2*. 
llif, 40i.t;<, 40(j/i, ^hjo.ii. 70<;. 131: 3. 
21*/, 74, Son, 115);, 117i(, 12.3, 124)(, 
281, 28.'), 300, 3l8»i; 5. xix», is3)i' 
•2Wii. 223*/. 234)/. i.^;.-,/. :;;o, 384/t ; 
6. 17.").i. 170./1, 177,,, I7v„; 7.37,2' 
0.)/.. 08)/, 'Mil. 100/;, lolH, 1.32)j! 
134/?, l-.'.on, l.j()//, 4^>//, 400/1 ; 8*. 
110//; 8. 10, ;j0.j/i, 300//, 310//, 314h, 
017/1, 3.30, 3.")G. 

Ili.story of, sic Barry, J. S.. 6. llOij. 
hunse of representatives. 8. 122, 127, 

Ib'-i. 
Indians, 2. C2; 3. 90; 6. 212; 9. 276, 

277. 
jurisdiction of, 3. ,jO, ."j1-.-j2. r)2-.53 

53, 'A, .")4-.5."., ."/O, .".s. .")0, 60, 01-62, 

03, ti4, O.J, 7.)-70, 120. 
land office. 5. 3o3. 
patentees, 1. 78. 

l>atents. see .Massachnsctts charters 

Psovince of, see 3Iassachu.setts Bay 
Colony. 

rcpoits.'s. 342. 343. 

t^tate of, sejiarated from ^faine, i. 
274; 2. 123; 3. 05; 4. 7s. ^1; 6.V.4 
00, 08, 71, 72, 201; 7. 21. 410; 8. 
301; 9.175; ordered the sear(;hincj 
of tlie archives of Lomlon and 
Paris. 2. 10a; rei)resinr:iii ves to 
fiom Mi not, 2. 120. ]-]. l-_'2; set- 
tled the boundaiy of the Kenne- 
bec Purehasers, 2. ■_'^f;--s7: 'Mve 
money toward the building' of 
Bunker Hill .Monmiient. 3. "243, 
240; ship buildin.; in, 4. -t); ton- 
nage of, 4. 25; impress.-d i)v the 
idea.s of tiie early settlers, 4. 71- 
issued copper coiniLTe. 6- i;;0; re- 
imbursed Mme. do (iri'goird, 6. 
275; naturalized tlie Gregoire 
children, 6.275; lieroriirind east^ 
crly l)oundary onstl luted tiie 
boundary of the United States, 6. 
3.;5; sent commissioners to ob- 
tain ;i concession of terriUtry from 
the Indians, 7. 8; the I/oundary 
of undeline'l, 7. 202; in a poor 
condition at the end of the Jtev- 
olution, 7. 353; govern:!ii nt or- 
ganized, 7. 353; ]ield U)c title to 



180 



MAINE TII^TOKirAL SOCIETY. 



Massachusetts, Stntc of— c<Hitinno<l. ^ 
lands in Mnino, 7. ;;">:'.; i slablislioil ^ 
a Ituiil lottoiy, 7. :>".;?-:>. 4; com- i 
plnini'd of liiiti>h oiioroaohinenls, ; 
8.7; lior eastt in boundary autlifU- 
ticato'l. 8. -'■); sold land in tiio 
disputt-d tonitoiy. 8. ;M: yicidcd 
no soil or jnrisdiotiou wIkmi slio 
t-nlircd the I'nion, 8. •-'': a joinr -M 
ONMior with Maine of tlie wil.l 
lanils, 8. 0"2»; to cooperate witli M 
Maine. 8. 04; came to aetion, 8. : 
74. ^1); Maine not jealous of. 8. , 
4:>S-4o',l; mentioned, i.i.'"): 2. 4l'», 
118, 115, 14;5. H.'). 14.".. 14'.'. i:.4. M 
ICJ, 184, 187, 100. •J2."). •JT.'>,_:iV»4: 3. 
271, li81; 4. D, i'l;. '.M'.iH, l'.>»: 5. 
XXV, xxvi, xli. xlii, xlv, li, lii, lv/(, M 
141, 418, 44;]; 6. 17, 'M. :!7. 4.">. 4(1. 
48)i. 40, 01»(, 6:'., Ci">, CiO, 70. 71. 7-/). ! 

70, 76)1. '.•'•'«, 110. ;)-"S, .■>'';'., -"til, 
S(W, 37;l. ;:;74. ;]83, 400. 41-J: 7. 11, ; 
20, 21. 104, 203, 227, 270. 2.4, ".08. ; 
300, 371, 380, 300, 411-,. 410, 420, i 
430. 430, 437, 43U, 44". 441, 400. | 
402, 403, 40:j, 400, 473. 4,4, 484, i 
4s7. 400. 403. 404. 405; 8. 4. 0, 0, j 
28. 20, 30, 37, 40, 41, 42, 44. 4.j. 00, ; 
73. 74, 87, 80, 00, l."7. 342. 346, i 
389, 411, 412, 413, 43-<. 441. 
451, 481, 4S3; 9. 17'.. 174, 175, 
203. 224, 231. 2:53, 240, 24:?. 
Supreme Court, tlie. 8. 2>8. 
tlie sloop, coniniand.ed Ly 
Sanders. 5. 370: 8. 228/i': 
tioned, 5. ;.7"). 380, 3>1, 3 , 
33^; 8. 224. 1:38: 9. 03. 

Massacre of St. Bartholomew, g. 00. 

Massakiira, an Indian town, 5. 150;(. 

Massape.-auke. 4. 100. 

Massasoit, 5. 187. 

MassechewsL-t, nee Massacliusetts. 

Masse, Edemo'nd, sent to Port Royal, 
I. 20, i-2>^\ assisted by Mde. 
Guercheville, 20/); not well re- 
ceived, 1.420: sick, i. 420: anec- 
dote of, I. 420; met (,)uan!in and 
du Thet, I. 4l'0; eausetl Member- 
ton to be moved to Port Koyal, i. 
431-432; set out for Kadesquit, 8. 
323: mentioned, 8. 322. 320. 

Massillon, Jean Batiste, 7. 448. 

Masts, sent from Maine to Encrland, 2. 
157; 5. 208)!; u>ed for the British 
navy, 2. 100. 215: 3. 1>>; 4. 24: 8. 
207; 9. 80; the kind's ri'.iht to cut 
tliem in the woods of Maint-, 2. 
205; Col. Thomas a shipper of, 3. M 
227; abundance of, 3.307; cut in 
Clinton, 4. 317; in Xew Dart- M 
mouth, 5. 100; from M(mnt Des- 
ert, 6. 2-0; UKnlioned, 5. 3^0; 7. 
201. ! 

'Matab.-'unk river, 4. 107. ! 

Matchebi^uatus, a distinguished lo- i 
cality in the liislory '^f Maine, 6. ; 
107 ;' contracted to Bagaduce, 6, I 



4.-0, 
170, 



Capt. 

men- 

?5: 6. 



107; site of Castine, 6. 107; 7.4; 
9. •.'<'0)i; di-finition <^f not known, 
6. 1<>7; nu'nlioneti in a deed from 
AVinslow to Winthrop. 6. 107; not 
named in St. Castines documents, 
6. 107; dellnition of, 6. 10^, lOS- 
lo'.t. IO'Ih; lULntioned, 7. 25; see 
Jiimiatus. 

itelu-j-on. nunc of the end of I'ort- 
land. 6. lo'.i,,. 

iteknando, at the capture of Penri- 
quid, 6. 2"^3; a sdh in Praiu'c, 6. 
2S3: father-in-law of St. Castine, 
6. 283/i. • 

iterials for the ITistory of Fort 
Halifax, by Joseph Williamsnn, 7. 
H 1.5- 108. 

itlur, Kev. Cotton, grandson of 
];ichard, 2. ola; his i)icturc in 
Xew Vineyard, 4. 31 1 : enli-liteued 
the ministry on New England af- 
fairs, 5. 282; a friind oi Sir Wil- 
liam Phips, 9. 2; his father's col- 
league. 9. 2. 22; literature owes 
much to him, 9. 2-3; the origin- 
ator of the nuuderu abuse of, g. 
20; upon the witelicrait delusion, 
9. .".0. 37/i, 38; death of. 9. 3; men- 
tioned, 6. 101, 231; 9. 50, 51, 53, 
54, 55)), 05; his Indian Wars cited, 
3. 137. 138; 5.253)); his Magnalia 
Christi Americana cited, i. 153- 
154, 211. 213, 250, 2>7, I'Ol, 297, 
200. 304; 2. 131; 3. 100)), lo3; 4. 
210-217, 223; 5. 17t!)), 100/). :i04)i, 
217)), 223, 207)), 208)), 200)), 271)), 
273)), 275)). 277)i, 278, 27.'^)), 281)), 
282)(, 283)). 202),, 20i'./! ; 9. 4. 20, 27; 
liis Sir William Phijjs criticised, 
9. 2. 20, 21; publi>hcd. 9. 3: pref- 
ace and dedication of, 9. 3-4; the 
opening part described, 9. 4-5; 
cited. 2. 230; 5. :.'73)(: 9. 0, 7, 10, 
11, 15, 17, 18, 10, 24, 32, 33, 35,37, 
SO, 40, 48, 54-55, 58, 04. 134; his 
Wonders of the Invisible World 
cited, I. 203. 

the Po'v. Increase, married Anno 
Cotton, lire Lake. 5. 1:53; Ids opin- 
ion of Gov. Andros, 7. 50; men- 
tioned. 5. 217, 270/). 277«: 9. 2,22, 
20. 33. :34, ;35, 37. 44. -54, 01. 

the Key. Nathaniel. 9. 3. 

tiie Pev. Ricliard, met by Gorges, 5. 
210-217: came to America, 5. 217/i; 
at Monhegan, 5. 210; his journal 
cited, 2.54(/; 5. i:l7/i, 218/), 253)i- 

athcrs. the, have no paralell iu 
Maine, 4. 75. 

afinicus island, fishing and trading 
post early est.ablislied at, 8. i:00, 
3o3; occupied by the Fr( neh, S. 
810; situation of, 8. 311; Col. 
Church at, 8. 311; mentioned, 2. 
35a; 3. 205u; 4. 105; 8.201,200, 
300, 310. _ 

river, 8. 1S5. 



IX))KX TO COLLECTIONS. 



181 



Mattnniwcook island. 7. 104. 
Mattawn'.iikeair. a jilaoo of roiuU-zvous, 
7. 4: a FioMch loit at, 7. 4; mcii- 
tionoil. 7. 10)i. 
rivor. 8. :]\. 
Matthcur, Thomas, 5. 2"). 
Mattliow. tlu\ Cabol's ship. 2. l.'ja; at 

Now Foiuulhimi. 5. 1 1^. 
Matlhows. Asa, toaolicr in Hampden 
acadomv, 8. lOS. 
Edward, 7. 4">S. 

John, served in the war of the Rev- 
olution. 3. i.'04. 
Master, 2. J7. 
Maud, , hound for Mass. and vis- 
ited by Cloru'es, 2. ')i'>n. 
Maurault, L'Abbe. his Histnire des 

Abenaciuis. cited, 9. 'JiV.]/,. 
MaurejKis, Jean F. P.. Comte de. 7.92. 
Maurick. a sjielling of Meriiek, 7.0SO. 
Mavaiacke, Antipas, a <;nuul jurvjuan, 

r. oTl. 
Maverick. Elias. paid fm* the capture 
of Dixy Dull. 5. •J^"'>ii. 
Samuel, an associate with Edward 
Godfrey, i.4ti; a commissioner, i. 
ITo, oOS; 5.200; 7.100: at Piscat- 
aqun. 7. 1T;3; in Boston. 7. 1^2/(; 
liis later iiistory unkn«>wn. 7. l^i'/i; 
his \\ idt>w married William Brad- 
bury, 7. 1S2»: married a ilnuu^hter 
of the Bev. J(din Wlieelwriuht. 7. 
lS2/i; a counselor. 7. oT'3; in Eng- 
land, 7. ;>'.>s: sent to capture 
Dixie Bull. 5. 2iJ<i: branded with 
infamy. 5. •_'•';_'/! : his autdiriaph. 5. 
2:3o: his character. 5.2.;:]: 7. 21u; 
settled at Xoddle"s island. 7. 14.j, 
210; a hospitable and im])ortant 
man. 7. 14"): an E;>isco])aIiaa but 
liberal, 7. 14.V14G; Noddle's island 
p:r.intid to, 7. 145/(; disliked by 
liis nei^^hbors, 7. I4tj; in a con- 
troversy with Mass. l?ay Colony, 
7. 141). 14(5((; alienated from .Mass., 
7. 147: in Vir'.,'inia. 7. 147: i»rob- 
ably in New Xetherlands. 7. 147; 
corres])onded with Clarendon. 7. 
147. 147/;; liis letters result in the 
reduction of Xew Xetiierlanii. 7. 
147-14S, l."(j: his letters upon the 
misrule of Mass., 7. 14s. i.j4; the 
remedies lie proposed. 7. 140; 
perhaps lie first sufrgested the 
consolidation of the Xew En;_dand 
colonies. 7. 14r»-l.")0: his motives, 
7. I.jO; a royal commissinner, 7. 
154; regarded with jealousy, 7. 
ir)4; Charendon's letter of advice, 
7. 1"j4-]oo; visired the eastern 
I)arts, 7. l.'i.'j; Jiiid a house in Xew 
York, 7. l.">.j/t; last notice of, 7. 
l->'>n; his measures carried into 
eiTect, 7. l.".s-i.-,;»; owned slaves, 
7-210; d(-ith of. i. Inl-ji; 7. lOGu; 
mentioned, i. IbO; 9. Lio8. I 



I Mavoshen, the Indian name of Maine, 
2. 17'/; 4. lOCi. 
Mawidiick chammv, delinition of, 5. 
j 1S7. 187)1. 

I Mawooslien, name iriven to the coast 
I of Xew EnL,'land, 5. \oon. 

i the sai^amore of. 6. !.')('.: 7. OS. 

Maxwell, Alexander, accused of in- 
i subordination, i. 070-071; his 

I i^unishment, i. o7I. 

I the Bev. , of Warren, 4. 2G9. 

j May, , 5. 20. 

I liezekiah, preached at Bath, 2. 220. 
1 John, purcliased land uf Beeii, 6. 
i:^); conveyed tiie same to Wil- 
liam Gray, 6. !'■]■]. 
Mayllower, tiie, 5. loO; 7. ?,0. 247; 8. 

'200. 22:3. 2<0; 9. lis, Ui4. OO.j. 
Mayhew, Jonathan, a surveyor, 8. IG. 
Jonathan, 5. 177. 104; his journal 
cited, 5. 17G, 177)i. 

Dr. , 6. SSin. 

Maylem, Joseph, lived in Boston, 1. 
oOG; married Keziah Brackett, i. 

Mavnard, John, letter froui Arnold, i. 

"4i;o. 

, of Carrytunk, 4. o99. 

Maync, John, lived at Xorth Yar- 
mouth, I. ISS; a juror,-i. IbS; sec 
also Maine, John. 

Mayre, John, lived at Black Point, 3. 
S;3. 
Bicluud. lived at Black Point, 3. S3. 

Mead, the Bev. Matthew, 9. o. 

Meadow Brook, 4. 2:!0. 

Meadows, the, called the intervals, 4. 
2i;2. 

Meal sent from England to Penuuiuid, 
5- 204. 

Means family, posterity of, 6. 11, 12. 
Robert, settled in Falmouth. 6. 12; 
married a daughter of John Arm- 
strong, 6. 12. 

Mechimore, James, lived at Black 
Point, 3. N-'3. 

Mechisses, the Indian name of Ma- 
chias, 4. VU'j. 

Medawaska, village of, 8. G5. 

Medtiehl. 2. 14."). 

Medtord, iiome of Boyall, i. 2V>n, 
oWO/i; Arnold at, i. r)i)2: brick.s 
brought from. 2.201; mentioned, 
2. 144. 1S4. 1S7; 5. 422. 

Medical lectures at Fryeburg Acad- 
emy, 8. lf,4. 104. 
sclioo], established, 5. xviii; 8. 170. 

Mi'diteiianean sea, the. 8. 24. 

Medockewando, 3. ;!:»0, 412. 

Medoctec, an Indian village, 6.240; 7. 
5; situation of, 7. ."). 

Medomak river, 4. lOG; 6. :]].]\ 7. 132. 

M'-ductic rapids, 8. lo. 

Meduncook, now Camden, 4. 320; 
mentioned. 4. lOil, ;;l'0. 

Medunkaunk river, 4. lOG. 



182 M.MNK IIISTOKICAL SOriF.TV. 

Midiixiirkont: river, 8. 21. j 471: iiuiitioncd. 4. 0. 7. 0; S-xvii. 

Meilwr.y. 5. lv;i. | xxii, xxxvii. xxxix. Hi; 6. M\: 7'. 

MLeroiiilio. au Imlian (own. 6. I'Cn. T/.'s, a'A,, s. :)'.h',. no. -i.'iO. 

Mt'Oseo C'onteo, liuiiaii name of Farm- Thomas. 5. xxiii. 

in^iton falls. 4. :!lji. UC>: formerly Melvin. Kloazor. lan.l i^ranUd to, 2. 

a fishing plaee. 4. :;i ((. L^l. 

Meetini,'-liouse, at I'leasaut cove, 8. ^MemlK-rt.Mi. liis son a L'niile for Fath.r 

11'"- 11-- Ma>s:. I. .)-•.': ,,.i7\(ih,l to Chnv. 

point, foviuerly .lonhiii's point, i. ^ tianity, iT ■}:;! : liis ;,Me;>t a^c. i. 

-^-*"- j i-'A: a reviMi'il cliararUr, i. !:'.i- 

Me.aanamouml.a. 3. :N0. ] uiuveil to r..rl Uoval. i. 4:;i-!.;j- 

Meyautie lake, i. 4.'.i'.. A'M: 4. IfiO. 1 (K-atli of. i. .\:\2: lii's dtsin- to W 

Mcganuml.e, 3. 411.'. 41(;, 4i'-_', -iLT.; sic:- I buried amonu his kin.lreu not 

nr.m of 6. 2G2. fullille.l. i. 4:;_'. 

Megays. 8. o;;o. Memmareeqiionarel). 3. 4:;'.). 

JIegei>. 8. :J.;o. | :sjt.morial Hall, Waterville. 8. 178. 

Meggiiire, John, au early settler in | History of Boston eirf.l. 9. ;;] i/;. 

New Ciloiicester, 2. l.j.'J, i:>r>. | of Kitterv, 4. I'.Cj-iio:,. 

Me.i^uiirook pond, 4. loH. j of the Topham eekbration cited, 7. 

Meguniiaway. a notorious ro'jfue. i. ■ l:;2/(. 

2J0: sliot Tlionias llraekett. i. ! RelatinLT to the KcniK-bec india!i>. 

220; l>robal)ly an iusiiuatur of the i bv .Samuel .Se wall. 3. .Til -:;.'.:]. 

Indians, i. I'lid. I Memorials of the Knulish and Freni>h 

Meguuti.'ook, 4. liiG; detiniti<in of. 4. Commissioners ^esii-HiiiiL; the 

. '^''''- I Limits of Nova .Scotia citi il, i. •_•>'.. 

MeifCs. Ansel, tried for the murder of ' Memoir of Col. Dcujamin iJmto!,, by 

Paul Cliadwick. 7. ;>7: 9. 1^04. : Jo.se])h Williamson. 7. ;;:i ;-:,.;.j. 

Jabez, tried for the niurder of Paul of Cabot, are Biddle. 

Chadwick. 7. ;-;87 .Isi; 9. ju4. t.f the Pev. Paul Coltin, by Cvrus 

Major Peturn J., letter from Ar- \ Woodman, 4. L'-].J-2.".'.i. 

nold. 1.471); to pay tlic ollicers. i. 1 of the Plev. John Murray, bv the 

47'.'; on the .stalf of Arnold, i 5im); j Pev. A. G. Yermilve. 6. 1 .■).;- l To. 

bio-rajihical notice of, i. .-,01 ; his ■ of Benjamin Vauuh'an. l.'v f].v 11. ti 

journal published, i. .".oi: men- [ Pie ard II. Ganliner. 6. sj_;ij. 

tioned, i. 501. .J0'.», .Jio, .'^ll. .512, Memoirs of Cluirks i. .sv , Aiken Le.r-y. 

514. .J21, 524. .J2>i. I of the American AcarJeniv. 5. 4o4." 

Mejebiouyducc, see Biguatns. 1 Menan. isle of. se.n bv Cha'mi.laiu. 7. 

Melromb, I. ll:bi.2.J4H. -."^U; called Manthane. 7. 2.-.0: 

Mellen. Frederick. 5. xxix-xxx. mentioned. 7. 2.">7: 8. :;2:',. 

Grenville, 5. xxix. | Meuawormet. visited Level t. 2. b^7. 

Henry. 5. xxiii, xxiv. . Mcndal. , of Fairlield, 4. ;j7i.'. 

the J;ev. John. 5. xxiii. i Mendowett, 3. 412. 

the Hon. I'rentiss, corporate mem- ■ Mcndum. Mary, presented for slander. 

her of the Maine Historical Soci- | g. .■JS4. 

ety, 1. 11 ; treasurer of the Society, , Kobert. si;]:ned tlie jietition to Crotn- 

1. 12; birth of. 5. xxiii; as a law ■ well. i.;j'j.j; a grand iuivman, i. 

student, 5. xxiii; moved to Bridge ;;7I. 

water. 5. xxiv: setrbdat Bidde-- i Mr.-,. . as a witness in a divorr.^ 

ford, 5. xxiv; had a lar-^'-e practice. I case. i. :j70. 

5. xxv; moved to Purvhmd. 5. xxv; ; Menees, a corruption of McN"'>h, 5. 7. 

chief justice. 5. xxv. xxvi; ijis : Menepessunk. Indian name of a cuu- 

legal powers. 5. xxvi: in political 1 .stellation. 7. ;J4:;. 

affairs. 5. xxvi, xxviii. xxix: hon- : Mener. Thomas. 5. .J7. 

orar.v degrees eonfeired upon. 5. Mengwe. the, 6.210. 217. 

xxvii; edited the Maine reports, 1 .Meniceneag, Indian name of ITnrps- 

5. xxvii; his eliarai ter. 5. xxviii. : well, 2. IC.7. 

xxix, xxx-xxxi; marrird Sally :Menicko-. i. <;0. 

Hudson, 5. xxix; ehildien of, 5. Menit:uen. Catlillae's account of, C. 

xxix; death of. 5. xxx: j.urchased l'-o: now Moniiegan, 6. :.'>). 

hind of Prebh-. 6. J.J.;: Ids h.)use I :Menness. 3. :;47. 

now own.d by 1-V>. inien. 6. V,.;-, , Menneva!. M. de, governor of .vr.K'ia, 

dr.fenrjod the murderers of Paul i 6.51; to build 11 fori at PeUMgoet, 

Chad wick, 7. :>- ; compiled books ' 6. .52 : liis advice to .St. Ca-.tine, 6. -5:.' 

of sarred mu^ic. 7. :;/- ; graduated 1 Men of the East, the, 4. 97- 

from Harvard Cdb-;;.-, 7. 474; a .Menon. diaries <le. 6. :J<;.;; 7. .j:]. 

law partner of William Willis, 7. 1 Count Juliu> de, 6. J02. 



INDEX TO COI.LKCTIOXS 



183 



Mcri'or, Tlionins. lived at Sluipsi-dt, 
2. S-V.), :.':;•■.: swore I'raliy to the 
Duke (if York. 4. 'Ji'l; ((Uiveyoil 
land to W. Wileotf. 4. -j:):). 

Mercer's CoMi]. any. the, 9. -"•")». 

Mereliandiso. tlie kinds of sent to 
En;4laiid. I. 'i~. 

M'creliant. (;c..,_e. i. .")();■;, ■)l^. 

Mere]iant"s IJow , 9. T'J. 

Mercier. . i. "ilT. 

3ilerey. tlie llrv. r.radford. j. readied 
ill Uostun. 2. JJii. 

^foreman, a. in Ca<;eo l)ay. i.TT: 3.80. 

Alerio. / a mode of spellini;- Meriiek, 

>[eiiok. ( 8. o'^'*. 

Jteroeonieeook. deilnition of. 4. ."ITO; 
now JJoooniecu. 4. .JT'.'. 
point, 4. .■]4(>. 

Merriaui. the Ilev. Matthew. 2. i.'^:); 7. 

Merrick family, of "Welsli origin. 7. :]sO; 
former ways v>f .spelliiiu-. 8. ;]>0. 

Sir Gilly, in eharire of K>se\- House, 
2. 70(/; executed for treason. 2. 
71a; 7. o^O-;J^l; his descendants, 
7. 3S(). 

Harriet, 7. :>^4, 306. 

John 1st, came to America with the 

Yaujiiians, 6. so; married 

Vau^han. 6. >'.); father of .Iidiii. 7. 
3S0; birth and deatli of, 7. :]^0; 
liis widow married William Rob- 
erts, 7. 3S1. 

John jr., corporate memlur of the 
Maine Historical Soeiety, i. 11; 
las ancestry. 7. :;>0-:',<l : birth of, 
7. oSO; a stepson of William Rob- 
erts, 7. MSI: (k-stiiied for the min- 
istry, 7. r.s] : in s(;li(;ol. 7. ;J-<1; 
f-tudied theology. 7. :i^J: in- 
fluenced by Relsham. 7. o>2; 
preached as a licentiate. 7. oS2; 
tutor in the family of Renjamin 
Vau.^han. 7. :J>2; came to America, 
7. 3S2; Iun characteristics, 7. 3^2- 
.*JS:3. 3!t.j-:l'.H',, ;v.t'.i-402: ])reached 
in Boston. 7. :S:1; rr limpiished 
jireachinjr. 7. 3~--;: visited Encj- 
land, 7. 3^:1; married Rebecca 
Vaughan, 7. •_'>2, .•;^2. :>.;: settled 
at Ilallowell. 7.2'-2. ;;s;;. ■.]<4. ■-'jS.An; 
paid visits in a canoe, 7. 3S4; lie- 
caine interested in jiiildic affairs, 
7. :]<."j-:;<0, ;]'.»4: a Ljood sliort- 
liaiid reporter, 7. :i^T: one of the 
commissioners on layinc; out a 
road from Kennebec to Cliaudier, 
7. 38rt-o'.Mj; drew up tiie report, 7. 
3(>0; left to proceed alone. 7. 391; 
liis return, 7. :''.i2-3!>3; cashier of 
the Ilallowell bank. 7. .•;:i:;-;;!l I ; 
interested in the <levclop)nents of 
Dover, 7. 3U4-3:'."); attomoy for 
llarmonv. 7. 3'.'."): death of his 
■wife, 7. 3',tt!: had a scientilic im- 
pulse, 7. 3C»ii-3L»T ; a warm friend 



of Prof. Clcavcland. 7. .",'.i7; en- 
joyed the ciuniiany of men of the 
nu'dieal and Ui^al luofessi.ins, 7. 
i 3'.iS; a nnisician. 7. ;;!•■>-:;; I'.i; coni- 

j'iled a book of sacred music, 7. 
3l'S; an elocutionist. 7. 31'','; his 
J power of dn>ppin-j: hints to the 

i youn?;, 7. 4o(): never was unji;>t, 

I 7. 401; excelled in many maidy 

' sports. 7. 402: his pcMs.'.nal aji'- 

pearaiice. 7.41.12: deaili of, 7. :i^3, 
1 37'.'. 3!'G; character of, 7. 2^2; 

' children of. 7. 3'.»ii; mentioned, 6. 

3oS: 7.415: 8. 3:;7. 
Mary, widow of .lolm. 7. :NI ; mar- 
ried William Kob. r:>. 7. :;si. 
I Samuel ^'au,^ilan. 7. 3^1. 3',iC.. 
! Merriconeajr, incorporated, 2. I'^O; 
! separated from Xorth Yarmouth, 

' 2. l>-7; deeded to Riehaid Wliar- 

ton. 3. ;]•_>!; now Ilari>>svell, 4. 
I .■;3i: mentioned, 2. 171. 17"^. 21S. 

i neck. Indian name of llaipswell 
neck, 4. 100. 
Merrill, the Ib'v. Daniel, 8. 17S. 
[ Kzekiel, 4. :>;o. 
i the Rev. Josiah (;.. 2. I2.j. 
Luey. 4. 3'io. 

the hev. .^[oses. 2. 11'.': 4. 3i;0. 
Nathaniel, on(; of the owners of 
Fryebur;:;. 4. 27"^. 27^/). 2^-^/): in 
tlie Frcmdi war. 4. :i7^;- ; wounded, 
4. 27S)i; called "tytjuire Merrill, 4. 
27'.bi: death of, 4. 27:v-. 
Samuel, settled at Ruxton. 2. 130, 
143; came from .'^alisl)urv. 2. l;'.'.*; 
at the battle of Ranker Hill, 2. 
130; death of 2. 130. 
MerrilTs distillery, tlie site of Mun- 
joy's place of business, i. i'o2, 

202 y(. 

Merrimac, formerly a part of X'arra- 
gansett township X'o. ]. 2. H.'j; 
poimlation of, 2. 14.j; mentioned, 
2. I4S, l.ji). 
river, boundary of Gorges' and 
!Mason"s grant, i. 3.7, 40, 70: 3-30; 
boundary of land claimed by 
Mass., I." 100; 2. CO,/-*',],/ ; irs latf- 
tude ascertaineil, i. loo-jii]; ilie 
headwaters of. i. 1-^1 ; a boundary 
of Laconia. 2. 'rju. lUi: a bound;iry 
of Gorges' territory. 2. 54: a 
boundary of the (.'anadian town- 
ships, 2. 13.">(i; boundary of liu' 
Narragansett townships, 2. 14.7; 
detniition of, 4. 11.7, lit;.'; ii,(>n- 
tioned. I. 2o-_'. .';44; 2.-.'.;0: 3. 430; 
4. 2114: 5. 3'.iii; 6. l'30, i.'.;7, '-'3,0, 
2.70, 2.72: 7. 2(!2; 9. 42, IMU, 343, 
340. 3i;0, 3*i(;. 

Merritt, the Itev. Timothy, 2.227; 4. 
37>, 3s-j. 

Merrycijiiea'.!. s^-c Meirieoneag. 

Merrymeeiing bay, head<|uarters of 
the Indians, 2. 1G7; called Quuba.- 



184 



MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIKTY. 



Merry moot incr liay — contirmod. 

cook, 2. l.'04; 3. ;>1.!, ;514; land on 
owned by ltoUi.it Toiniilf. 2. 'J04\ 
lioinc of Alox;uuior Tlnvi>it, 2. 
2tt.j; a bomulary of the Kounobcc 
PuOiiase. 2. "JTT: Dr. (iaidiner 
cleaiod fanns near. 2. •Jj-:!; toj)- 
o.uraphical dosoi ipiion of, 3. ;>1l'- 
oi;\ ol4; oriirin ot tlio name, 3. 
olo; a place of rendezvous. 3. .Uo; 
tlic Indian name of, 4. In',': a 
block-liouse at, 5. 71, 104: 8. I'Jo, 
124; a .*eat of trade, 5. 7>, I'tU ; 
Scoteh-lrisli ,<ittle at. 6. 1,"); the 
Indians captured faniiles at, 6. lii; 
Indians destroyed ]>ri>perty at. 8. 
115)!, 2S4; Kob.rt Temple had a 
settlement ar, 8. •J-^4: mentioned, 



1. 2.>6*!. ")0L', : 
3. olO, 317, 
:iS3. 350, :U'.0 
lix. ?,-21. ooO, 
2.")l'; 8. 114,1, 
20tj. 
Merrv, Waltei, a 



4^: 2. 11»4, 2itl5, 270; 
019, :;2',>, oOl, o32, 

; 4. 100. lOS. 001; 5, 
OOS; 6. 014: 7. 1>2, 
22'JH, 20s, 2.J1, 252, 



the war 

Edward 
9- 



resident of Boston, 
I. 140: Little Chebeas; conveyed 
to. I. 14t".. 

Merrv" s ishmd, now called Cbebeag, 
1. UGn. 

Meserve, Clement, biographical notice 
of, 3. 219. 
Daniel. 3. 219. • 

Eli.^ha, served in the war of the 

Jlevoli'.tion, 3. 21)0. 
John, 3. 219. 
Col. Xathaniel. in the expedition to 

Louisburgh. 3. 219. 
Solomon, 3. ISo; served ir 
of the Kevolution. 3. 2()o 

^leskt'oniwee, 4. iOu. 

Messamer, 3. 290. 

Messant. Ann, married to 
Godfrey. 9. Ool. 

Messerve, the Hon. Frederick G., 
219. 

Metamiscontis, 4. IOC. 

Metauawcook river, 4. 106. 

Metawamkeag. 4. loo. 

Metcalf, . of Winthrop. 4. 400. 

Methodism, the pioneer of in Maine, 
7. 2:;9. 

Methodists, a preacher criticised. 4. 
oU2; a poor oj»inion of, 4. 007; the 
Rev. Paul Collin's remarks upon, 
4. 004-OO.j, 0^0-0-2: their fust aj)- 
pearance in Mai!i<j, 7. i'2r. : John 
Wesley's letter t. 
Asbury and Cooke 
temlents of, 7. 227: 
ferance summoned 
ordained. 7. 227: 
cuit establislu-d, 7. •_'l'7; < 
cuits, 7. 227-22.S; in IJatli, 2. l'l'7- 
22S; 4. 031; in liuvton. 2. 14l'; in 
Carrytunk. 4. 0'>". ;;'..u; in Dover, 7, 
395; in Faroiiugton, 4. 00:^, 000 



. 7. 220-227; 
joint superin- 
a general con- 
7. 227: bishop 
Iteadti-dd cir- 
-'l'7; oth./r eir- 



004; in TTebron, 4. OSS: in T.i>,r- 
niore. 4. 0,iO, 0>.-_': in Lynn. 7. il7 ; 
in Minut, 2. l_'7. lOo; in M ^^,- 
niouth, 4. 0.05: in New (ilouvi'>;ci. 

2. 15S; in N\\\ Vineyard. 4. ;;n ; 
in XorridLTcwiH k. 4. 070; in P,ui>. 
4. O.OS; in lieailliild. 4. :',(H'>; in 
llichmond, 7. 4b"">; in Searbui-.., 

3. lo-': in Sharon. 4.;;i)0; in Win- 
throp. 4. 005; mentioned, 4.;'.''', 
Oi'.r.. 070, 090,, 095, ;;'.t7. 401, 4l'0; 5. 
Iv. 

Metliuen. 2. l-OS; 4. 242«, 004. 

Metinnic island, 5. 0>5, OSJn. 

Metis river. 8. 20. 

Metxarmette rt)rtage. 8. 101. 

Meuric. a mode of spilling Merrick. 7. 
0-^<X 

Mexican dollar, 6. 120. 
war, 9. 240. 

Mexicans, the, 6. 220. 

Mexico, the Indian lamrage dissimilar 
to that of the otiier nations, i. 
410h; early settled. 2. 20'(; the 
snccess of tiie .Spanish in. 2. i.'70- 
274; mentioned. 3. 291; 6. 119, 
121: 7. 24S; 9. 240. 244. 245, -247. ' 

Meyne, i)rovince of the. supposed or- 
igin of the namt' of the proviuoe 
of Maine, 2. 5>u;i; 3. 31»; 5. xxi, 
91, 92; 9. 99. 

Mantonomo, killed. 2. lOS. 

Meyrick, a former spuiliD:; of Merriek, 
7. ON). 
Sir Samuel raish, 7. OSl. 

Michaels island, i. 14'.'/i; now Peak's 
island, i. 00, 145/(. 

Michaux. i. 5u0. 

Michel^oh. , uf London. 9. 351. 

Michigan. 8. 5S, 101, I05. 

Michmure, James, accused of being 
absent fromchurcli, i. 1$9, 

Micmacs, friends of the Abenaquis. i. 
410; of the same confe<leracy a.^ 
the Abenaquis, i. 414, 422; 7. '-'j^'-'-': 
native of Nova Scotia, i. 414; 
their daring and courage, 1.414; 
their words ditierent from the 
Abenaquis, i. 422: a verb of con- 
jugated, 1. 422-4:::;; Fremh pio- 
nunciation used. i. 424; lived in 
Acadia, 7. lUL, ; attached to the 
Fren.li. 7. 009, 04o; attacked t'o: 
Esquimaux, i. :;:;'.<: their ])ubiic 
and doinestie life. i.009-;Vll: ai 
ways friendly toward the .\';i- 
dians, 8. 144; mentioned, i. ::T't; 

4. 90. 97, 192; 5. :^.>9; 6.20s, jH, 
i:12. 223, 224, 2-4/,, 225, 241: 8. 
1411, 145; see also the Souriquois. 

Middle i-iver, 3. 179. 

states, tlie, i>referred by the Scut-h- 

Irish. 6. 20; Pre.sbytcriani-^m 

planted in, 6. 2".i. 
street, Portland, i. 240, 217, 240. 

uOd; 5. 440/t; in WibCiisset, 4. OO.'- 



INDEX TO COLLECTION'S. 



1S5 



Ml(lcllphoroii!;'ii, 2. 114, l-l."); 5. xbi; 7. 

27:J. 
Mi'Mlcst'x oountv. 3. lTii)i. 

Middloton. CoL -^ , 5. -.'-Ji'-lMT. 

Mi.iiilotowii, (Onn.. 6. 47'i: 9. 11">. 
Maine, 4. ;J0^, o09, '<i'o2, oUT. .'Ml, ."kU. 

C'.i4. 
K. 1., 4. -J'-V. 
Mifiiin, Gov. Thoiiins. i. 5ol. 
Mi-liels. Dr. .1. ■><,•, 2. 12s. 
Milltinno. i. .",04. 
Milfoid, 8. 4:.4. 
llavtn, 6. 2i"i. 
Military, tlu", sul>ordinate to the civil 

power, 7. 15S. 
Militia, the, mimber of in Falmontli 
and Casco. i. I'Uo: nmnber of in 
Maine, i. 2i's; the pav of, i. •_'2'J)!, 
Mill bn.uk. 4. I'lT. 
cove, 2. 21 1. 

creek. 3. 101 ; 4. 217. 224. 22"). 22tK 
prison, 2. 24S. 

river, 4. 217, 224, o2(3: 6. :;01, ;Jir,; 7. 
C.2C. 
Miller, Charles, sent to obtain a Ger- 
man iiastor for Wuldoboro, 5. 
40S. 
Elizabetli. 4. o24. 
the Kev. Ebenezer, 4.272. 
family, 6. 2'j. 
James, 4. .")24. 
Jame.s jr., 4. ■'52 1. 
John, signed tlie petition to Charles 

II, I. 402. 
the Rev. John. 7. 220. 
Richard, siuned tlie i)etition to 
Charles \i, 1. 402. 

-, complained of by the Indians, 

4. VjIj. 

, of Belfa'-;t. 7. :r,4. 

tlie lU-v. , i>t IJath. 2. 22?.. 

Millet, David, an eaily settler (;f Now 
Gloucester, 2. l-j,',. 

, of Marbleiiead, g. 170, 1.^0. LSI. 

Milliken, Abn^.r. serveil in the war of 
the lievolutii-n. 3. 204. 
Edward, served in the war of the 

Revolution, 3. 20.'). 
Edward M.. son of John. 3. 21S; 

called Justice Milliken. 3. 210. 
Isaac, Served in the Continental 

Army, 3. 204. 
John, a housewrijjht, i.214;(: mar- 
ried Elizabeth Al'jer, i. 214)(: 3. 
10-j, 218; in [los.session of tiie Al- 
ger estate, 3. 10."); l>ioL'raplii(al 
notice of, 3. 21S-2J0: mentioned, 
3. 1(JG. 
John jr., 3. 21s, 227. 
John, Al^'er, sf-ived in the war of 

the Revolution, 3. 20.]. 
JouHtlian, 3. 201. 
Eemiiel, .starved in tiie war 01 the 

Revolution, 3. 204. 
O.ipt. Mulberrv, 3. l',;0. 
Katbauiel M., 3. 215. 



Samuel, son of John, 3. 218; lost .it 
J.ouisburch, 3. 172)i, 21'J. 

Millikiu's river, 3. !"2. 
ta\ cm, 3. I'.'K. 

Millinokct lake. 4. 107. 

Million of acres purchase, the. i. 'I'^'i. 

Mills, at Anson. 4. .■;o7: at ]5:irbcTTy 
creek, I. 110; at Duekiidd. 4.:;.'^o'; 
at Conick falls, 4. ;l.")(i: ai ( '.■i]'i>ii', 
I. HO; at Cape Eli/abcth. i. HO- 
120; at Dresden. 2. 2S2; at llal- 
lowell, 4. Id; at the l'n^nuii)scot, 
1. 110; at Saeo, 1.2I;;: at .'sayward, 

3. 128; at t>carbnriumli. 3. 22-2;i, 
lt)7. 177; 4. 217; at ^;el)asti^•o,.k. 

4. ol7; at Seven Mile bn.ok. 4. 
.'^80; at Sheepscot. 9. i:;4; built by 
Col. William VauL^han. 8. 207. ;;ol ; 
erected at Auamentieus and Pis- 
cataqua. 9. onS/( ; to make bricks, 
4. o-")-'); «c also sawmills. 

James, of Sandwich, i. 2n',>. 

James, presented fi'V non-anpear- 
anre at church, 3. 7ii-7l; li\ei! at 
Black Point, 3. >;J. 

John, lived at Scarl)orouu'h. i.209; 
liis children, i.2oO; his chililrea 
presented for non-appearaiK e at 
church, 3. 70-71; lived at Black 
Point, 3. 8.']. 

John, commissioner for Mass., S. 8',>. 

J*din jr., liveil in BostoTi. i. 200; 
married Joanna Oakman. i. 20'.), 
Si-"];/: |)resented for nut a]MHaring 
at church, 3. 70-71. 

Mary, presented for not aijpearinjj 
at church, 3. 70-71. 

Sarah, accused of livinLT'.vith Gt'orc:!^ 
Garland, i. 191; married (rurland, 
I. o72-37o, :377: whii)ped fur (Qua- 
kerism, 3. 70, 71, 1"j4; jMe-ented 
for not ]>ayini; the niinisr.r's sti- 
pend, 3. 1."j4. 

Thomas, conveyed land to Jt)!ni and 
Nathaniel Cloice, r. 20ii; cue of 
the lirst settlers of Wells, i. ;;.t;2. 

Milns. Caj.t. , 9. 10."). 

Miltiir.ore's funeral i^ermon 1 iied, 6. 

UUn. 
Milton. 2. 14.>; 4. 272: 8. 177. 

John, 4. OS; 6.27; 8. ;;2i>. 
Minas. 8. loO, 120, 12S. 12'". l: 

i;]2, vv.i, i;]4, \uo, i;;7, 1. 

142, 144, 140. 140. 
battle of. 8. bis, lOO-Ul; articles 
of cajiitulation, 8. 141-14.'; dif- 
ferences in the account of, £. 142- 
140. 

Mineralo;.'y, study of limited, 6. 400- 
407; few articles <>n. 6. I')7-40.S, 
lectures on established, 5. 407; 
Chaveland's work on well re- 
ceived. 6. 408; two schools in the 
r.tudy of. 6. 408. 

Mineral point, 4. 2:)."). 

Ministry, the, in Fuln^.outh, i. ICL 



0. 1.']1, 
;-, 130, 



18G MAINE IlISTOKICAL SOCIKTV. 

Minot. anmls of. 2. III-K'.O; fonnorly the Rev. Daviil M.. ti aclier ;U Xoit!' 

a i»ait of r.ake-rsto'.vii. 2. Ill: the Vannoiitli. 8. IT"'. 

lUst settlors in, 2. 111. Ill': sot olY Klisha, 6. -1(17. 

friMii l*oland.2. ll.">: tlio lirst town Kxi>oiioiu'o. 2. 175. 

niooiin-.! of. 2. 11'): to Imiltl a (.iroi.'orv, 6. ;ili'. 

luoetin'^-liouso, 2. llt'>: ooilosias- Jaooh, 2. liM; Mlccfman of N'mtli 

tioal oountil in. 2. 11''., 11'.'. 12'>: Yannoat'.i, 2. I'.T; a iK'^iuil.iiii 

tho iKirislios to l)f <ii\ i.K' i. 2. 117. of Exi>oiionri'. 2. 177; ImilL a 

]1'.>: to sonil (loU".:ati.s to Ma>s.. 2. trii.st mill. 2. Iso. 

• VJO. 121, 122: a Fouiih of July Janios M.. scivcd in tlio (untinciital 

oration in, 2. 122; roinosentativos Army, 2. -J 14. 

U) the -Mass. ironoral oonrt. 2. 122, John, a Kroiu-h Xoniral sent to 

121, 12.5, 12(i. 127. 12<. I2U; statis- Wells. 3. 17<u(; 6. ;;42. 

tics concoi'ninLT. 2. 1^1.-127: tax John, of Kaymoniltown. 4. .'^..''i'.*. :;-^ti. 

valuation of, 2. 12'.': t.>ii'>i:raiil"ii'al John, surveyor, aliiilavit of, 8. ".i-iu; 

(kserii)tion of. 2. V.jO; menlionod, lii.s maj) used in the treaty of 1764, 

2. 11:^,, 101, u>;;. , 8. 8, 11, 12. 2:;. 2.J, 09. 

Gcorcre Kichards. one of the fi'lund- Jonathan, 2. 213. 

ers of the Massaehusetts His- Joshua, 2. 121. 

torical Society, 2. 11a; mentioned, Mary, 6. o42. 

6. l^(i/i; 8.22:;. i Miehael, 9. oloji. 

James, received a mortcjacce from Sabattis, jr., 7. lO-). 

Col. Xohle, 8. luL'-llO. ^ ^ Seth, 2. LSj. 

John, sii^ned the treaty of 1717, 6. Solomon, taken prisoner by the In- 

2t)2; autograph of, 6. 2iJ2. ! dians, 2. 1^2. 

Capt. John, in coniuiand of Fort Thomas, 3. 117, 122. 

liichmond, 8. 211 n\ truck master, Deacon , 7. 2:'.7. 

8. 21 III, 2.<-l; judee of the court of Dr.. one of the founders of the Xew 

common pleas, 8. 211h; his ac- 1 York Ilistorical Society, 2. 1 1 u. 

count book, 8. 211//. 212/;; m(>n- : Justice . 7. 2;!7. 

tioned, 3. ;]72; 8. I17«, 227, 228, : . of Ulack Puint, killed. 3. L'.l 

241, 284. ! Mitchells, Ilort.ui. an early settler of 

Mercy, daughter of Capt. John, mar- Xew Gloucester. 2. i'lo. 

ried the Kev. John \Viswell, 8. Mitten, .s' /' MiLtnii. 

21 1». Mitton, tile name extinct in Maine, 1. 

Stephen, one of the Pejepscot Pro- (Jo/i, 1."j7; common in England, 

prictors, 3. .']2] ; 8. Ilo: signed <">i)/i. 

the treaty of 171-'], 6. 2.j.J; auto- Ann, received a grant of land from 

graph of, 6. -Joo. i C'leeves, i. 117. l.")4, 2o."j; a grand- 
'William, his assistance acknowl- daughter of Cleevis. i. 117; mar- 
edged, 9. 71. ; ried Anthony lirackert. i. 117, 
Capt. , in command at Pema- l."^4, 1."j7, 20."j, 2;l.'j; a daunhter of 

quid, I. 2'.UJ. Michael, I. l.j"; mentioned, I. 12*' 

Col. , a Pejepscot Proprietor, 6. 1 Elizabeth, daughter of Michael, 1. 

I-"). I 1.07, 20i»; 6. l:]l; married Tliao- 

Mint of the United States, the, estab- dcus Clarke, i. 1.".."., l.';7, oU8; 6. 

lished. 6. VM. ];}1. 

Mis.^iliinakinack, same as Mackinaw, Eliz.ibeth, wife of Michael, con- 

6. 27*5. veyed land to John PhilliiJS, 1. 

Missionary Herald, the, 6. 427. 14S, 14'.», M'.O* ; married Ilir- 

Mississii)pi river, 4. 80, ^'), 'J7, 114; 6. vey, i. l.jS: died, i. I'.H; men 

270, 272; 8. 37; 9. 24tj. ! tioned. i. 1J7. 

valley, 9. 24."). j Joan, i. 124. 

Missouri, 4. ll.";: 8. .•;.")2. | Martha, married John Graves, i. 

coini'roinise, 8. ;j4U, :W)'}. I l.')7. 

river, 4. 114. Mary, married Thomas firaekett, i- 

Mitx-hell, Dr. Ammi K., 5. xviii. l.")4, 1."j7, 2->)/(, I'Co, ;;i)(;. 

Sir liarthohuifw. 7. l-',)/i. | Michael, leased Peaks' i.sland, i. 

Capt. iJenjamin. 2. 182. ! GG; 6.131; married the «jnly cliiM 

Christo])]ier, married >rary Brack- '' of Cleeves, i. Gd, 11.'), l."J7, !'■''• 

ctt, I. 230/!, 3')*;; lived at Kittery, 2Gd; 6. 131; probably came ovi r 

1. 230n, oUG; killed, i. 30G: his ; witii Cleeves, i. CG: li'is .-.mu Icill' d, 

widow died in e.ii)li\ity, I. 3uG. i. C'l. •JWhr. liis leas(> )r'>;.i 

Daniel, taken prisoner by the in- Clee\es, i. (J7, 123, l.'^.'j; pureha>'J 

dians, 2, l.^L'. brandy, i>o\vder and sliot fr'j'.;' 

the Pev. David, preached at George- i 'Wint-'r, i. 72: his ;Uory of tli-.' 

town, 2, 2:.'l. ' Tritons, i. 77; 3. 8'J; a g'v.it 



iNni;x TO coLi.rxTioxs. 



187 



fcnvlcr, I. 77. l."S; a oonstaMe, i. 
SS, l.")^;; livoil at Falinoutli or 
Casc'o, I. 10.">. 11-4. ;N4; si«riH-iI tlio 
Piilmiission to Ma«;saihusftts. i. 
Hi.".,:;?-."); I'l-aks island otinliiimd 
to. I. II."): land at Clark's Toiiit 
coiivovod to, I. 1]."); doinl not re- 
oon'ud, I. lli;;-liis iioiisi,'. i.lli'i; 
dolivfit'd till' iMi>si\-;sion of tlu' 
Sicoiid uiant lo 'ruckor. i. 117: 
owned land mar Ware creek, i. 
12;i: 1ms descendants still in jios- 
session of his land, i. 124: eon- 
St.'nted to tlu' aureoinent between 
Jordan and Tucker, i. l.ll: a 
niisunderstandin-- w itli C'Keves. i. 
l-'U; a witness against Joseph 
I'hij.iK'n. I. l:']-i;;i'; witness 
a<;ainst (;leeves and Xeal, i. l;;2; 
Conveyed land to Jordan, i. i:'.ii, 
142: his dan^liter married An- 
tliony IJraekett. i. 1.^4, 2:'.i>», •2'-'>'>: 
his daughter married Tliaddeus 
Clark, I. JiM. l.j.'): his daugliter 
married James Andrews, i. .".d."): 
his testimony cN.nct'rning llohert 
Nasi), I. ;N4: deatli of! i. i:,7. 
VM: cldldren of. i. i:,7: styled a 
gentleman, i. I."m-!">S: character 
of. I. l-"),s: nicntioiied. i. 7t). 
Nathaniel, killed, i. CGn. 21'.>, 221, 
2t;U; a grandson of Cleeves. 1. 122, 
2U(.i: received a grant of land. i. 
122. 20tJ; sold the same to Pows- 
land, I. 122. 2or,; h[^ land in tlie 
possession of Antliony Brackett, 
1. l.J4; never married, i. l.J7: in 
l<i74 was under .age, i. i;tjt>: his 
estate sold, i. 2-i^; mentioned, i. 
121. 12;;. 
Sarali, married James Andrews, i. 

].j7, oU.!.. 
, sherilY of Shrewsbury, anec- 
dote of. I. Mn. 
Moasliam, tlie name of Bashabas' 

country, 2. r,:.' ; 7. ;i:i. i 

Moassons, tlie. 5. :;.",>, .'^.'O. j 

Modern Universal Hi-tory, tlie. cited, { 
5. iVJii, -S.]!),, -42/i,' 2^2n\ i'Jl/i, '■ 
•/'J2n. j 

Moges. the, i. 7t>. ! 

Moggerage, Jolin. signed the petition 

to ('harks li, i. 4oj. 
ilohammedan priu<i]<Ies, tlie, IJalle 

accused of jjai taking of. i, 444. 
Mohawks, tlie, submitted Dongan. \ 
5. '.'0; the Je.-uits among, 5. lil; 
Iriendly to the Englisli, 5. I'.JO- j 
2.">7, 2.">8, i;t>S; induced to make 
peace with tlie Frencli, 5. :;(j;»; 
liglit the Penobscots, 6. l';;:J; a ' 
terror to the eastern Indians, 6. ' 
2:]-': mentioned. 6. I'KJ: 7,7. ; 

-^rohe.->, tiie. 4. i:->, 142. ' 

-Moheu'an.>. till;. 3. -i.-o, 4;0. 441: 6. 
I'US/,. 211, -12. 212/,, 217; 7. 10I/<. 



Mohotiwormet, the Indian r.ame of 
Ki'binhooil, 2. 2."^"'.// : 4. ::)J. 

Molas>es, made in Maine. 4. l^'.'. 

Midton, Jolin, dej«o>iliiui oi. 5. (.'.,"). 

Moines, La ('o<ta di s, 2. 7Hi(. 

Molunkis river. 4. in7. 

Monahan i.-land, 4. io<>. 

-Monahiugan. .stc .^ll nlifLian. 

Monan, delinition of. 4, ll'O. 

Munaiias, delinition oi, 4. I'.'U. 

Monanis. 5. 161. 

Moncton. Col. , 8. 222ii. 21.";.i. C4t), 

2t;.S. 2S1h. 

Money, tleiinition of, 6. 14S. 

Monliegan. (Jilbert and I'opham at. i. 
IT".': 2. 27«: jiarl of Jb)cvii!is crew 
at, I. U2; 5. It".".: lisiiciuun and 
fishing stages at, i. :'.2: 2. "A'a, 
U)2; 5, i:,\ ]>:]. :s:,; 6. ::-:;: 7. 
818. ;'.2(i: 8, 211I: buili!iii,_- y.vo'i)- 
ably erected on, i. .'.2: 3. ;i. lU; 
Gorges establisiud a ]> aiitatiou 
on. I. oti; 2. oVi.i: 7. :;2i-;i'2; thy 
projuMty of Abraham Jfiininus. i. 
ot). ijfW;; 5. 170^ IS--): Sold to .iohn 

Brown, i. 3ti; de>eribed. i. •'.''. : 5. 
IHl: 7. 1:10, ol.'j; Hshermeii s;>iltd 
for. I. oi'i; the peopb' ;>: n.ot 
Thomas Elbridge, i. -m : Cajit. 
Joliu Smith at. 2. ■Uii; 5. li'd; 7. 
21ti. olo: 9. 3J4: granted to others 
before to Levett, 2. 4'.', .*>0f: 5. 
180: .'^luirt sent to take ]>o>-es- 
sion of, 2. o(i\ Cajyt. Doiiiier at, 
2. :;1h; 5. 103; i>erhaj)S vi>i;vi by 
Caj.t. Bobert Davis. 3. 2V4;, : tlie 
Indian name of. 4. lot;. I'.io; Bring 
near. 5. !.">]: Bi.|diam's (i.b.nists 
arrived at, 5. l-';7, l.'J7(K 8. -joi; a 
place of rendezvous, 5. l.".7-l-")'^; 
examined by Capt. Davis. 5. l.">8; 
a remlezvous of Cat:t. Smith, 5. 
104: called Batties" Isle, 5. l';2; a 
lieadqiiarters for ships, 5. 103; 
pndiaiily early occupied. 5. 103; 
Kocroft's crew the tirst to winter 
at, 5. 103; trade established at. 5. 
104: men left there, 5. 1(;4 : indi- 
cations of a settleiiitnt tln-ie in 
1024, 5. 104; granted to I.ivitr. 5. 
10*^: i)lantatiou comnu iici-d by 
Jennings. 5. 170; sold to Aid- 
worth and Klbridge, 5. 171; the 
first wiitten conveyance of real 
estate in New Bn^land, 5. 171; 
life at, 5. 171: its ili.->..!i.ti'iii 
known aliroad. 5. 171; i:<)("ls at 
.sold to I5radfor<l and \\'iii.«hiw, 5. 
171-172, 172)i; included in l'> ma- 
quid, 5. 181, 247; 7.3b'), ::-j<<. :Vj\ ; 
settled before Blyniouth. 5. 1-3; 
a busy place, 5. r.»4; the si t tiers 
from spread to the UKtin larid, 5, 
2O0; liad no inhabitant- in \>y.,'j, 
5. >'iii; eight men wrecked .it, 5. 
'J:^4-22.^; the people of did uut 



188 



MAI^'E HISTOKICAL SOCIETY. 



Monlicgnn — continncd 

svi-ar alleiiiinco to tlio l)uki> of 
Y(»rk, 5. L'oT; lu'iitiiuiod to 3las.s. 
for a >;oVLMnnioiit, 5. I'.V.t, 241; 
Kiclianl Oliver live. I at, 5. -'4'.i: 
tax in IGT I, 5. i' ! '.»-•_*.■>! >; discovon-il 
by Woyinuutli. 5. .Sll, ;;i:'.. ;;i',>. 
o4t>, o47, .'JIS; 6. '.'•.'4: 7. -Jti. ■_'(;:;; 8. 
SIS, ;Jl!t; call.'d St. (ieor-^os. 5. 
311; C'a>lilhu's account of. 6. •_'-:'.: 
calU'd Mcniiiucn. 6. ■_'>;; a jhmkI 
of frcsli water in, 6. i".*-"), •J'.>'tn: 
seen by Clianiplaiii, 7. •_'!>:;: ealled 
Le Xef, 7.-Jii;]; i-alled E. Mnietinie. 

7. olT); a landnrirk f<ir Eiiro))ean 
voyai^ers, 7. ',]]'); employment of 
Smith's men at. 7. :;i'); tlie Na- 
cheen at, 7. '.VJi^; Sir Kirhanl 
Hawkins at, 7. oi'O; (Jorues and 
Sutolitf sent an expedition to, 7. 
3:il; a new depot of trade o])ened 
at, 7. 32-J; leased to John Dalliuu'. 

8. 18S; mentioned, i. .").")1; 2. ■j'm, 
84, SS, 2.;S; 3. I'OS,); 4. C,!!; 5. IC,:], 
1(54, IS.-j, 2'.>l/i, -JDi'/f. ;J10, :N.")/,; 6. 
298, SO'.i, 314; 7. I:',!', ;U'J, o_'S, ;>tJC; 
8. XIO; 9. Ts; i;;o. 

Monliei^ans, the, 5. I8O/1. 

Monhi<:giu, island of, 5. 21U: seeMon- 

hetrau. 
Mouhiijtjon, sec Morihe<::an. 
Monies, a oorru)>tion of McXish, 6. 7. 
Moniley, the liev. AVilliam. g. oTl. 
Monjoy, see Mnnjoy. 
Monk, Gen. Georue. 9. 14. 
Moumoutli. 3. L'i)4: 4. ;'.i)."). :1.'.'), oTS, 
4iX), 4(j:J; 7. 2>.;; 9. 171, 172, 174. 
200. 
Academy, 8. 174; 9. 174. 
battle of', 4. 2<4/i. 

free grammar school buildinc^ 
erected, 8. 174: <,^rants to and 
funds of, 8. 174; teachers in, 8. 
174; graduates from. 8. 174. 
Monongahela river. 6. In). 
Monroe, Abiirail. 4. :','J\. ;j.»2. 
James, 5. xxxvii; 8. 414. 

Col. , 4. 2S4/». 

MoDseag bay, 2. 27t'i; g. o. 

river, 4. 104. 
Monseignat, 7. »iln. 
Monsioeage falls, 5. 9(3. 
Monsweag bay. a boundary of the 
Kennebec Purchase. 2. 27(3; Sir 
AVilliam Phipps horn near, 9. 5. 
river, 2. 2;]t); 4. 1(»4. 
Montagnaises, the 6. 22."). 
Montagrets, i. 2ss. 
Montague, (irilHn. signed the petition 

to Cromwell, I. :]'.'•"). 
Montawanskeag, 7. lo. 10;/. 
Montcalm, I.(juis Jose))h de. 7. 20.j. 
Mont<.-cuculi, 7. 42. 

Montgomery, a Scotch-Irish name, 6. 
lit. 
Sir Hugh, 6. G. 



Gen. Uiohard, letters from Arnold 
I. 4Mi_j,s4_ 4s<7^ 4ti;5^ 4.)7_ 4,,,v-_ -,j-'. 

Arnold received news fioni, i. 
4S2-4S.'. ; Arnold .awaited ids ar- 
rival, I. 4s.). 4','i); anxious to liear 
from Arnold, i. 4S4; Arnold di-- 
sired to liear from. i. 4S."). 4;i:',, 
4V7; joined Arnold, i. 4'.K; death 
of. I. .")i;i. .")20. ■)22, .■>24: iiis trooj.s 
at the Plains of Abraham, i. .".21 : 
attacked tiie enemy, i. ."<l'2; hio- 
graphical notice vf, 1. ."i2S-.")2'.i; 
Bristol ceded to, 6. IS: mentioned, 
4- 7S. 
Monthly Antholou-y, the. 7. 411. 
Months, names of anion,' the Hudson 
bay Indians, 6.2i;S; names of among 
the Ahnaki, 6. 2G',>. 
Monticello. 7. lMI. 
Montieinicus. i. .").'.!: 4. 177. 
Mont .Mansell, near .Mt. Desert, i. 26- 
Jesuits sent to, i. 2ii; a ini-si(Ui es- 
tablished at, I. 2t;-27, 2("./(; named 
by the Knulish, i. 20;*; a part of 
S'orumlieagua, 8. o20. 
Montmorenci, 7. oM. 
Montowamjiate, 5. 22;]. 
Montreal, the Superior of apiilied to 
for prayers for Pale, i.44:]; rarle- 
ton reported at, i. 447: AriioM 
desired news from, i.47'.*: Arnold 
hoped to meet Schuyler at. i. 
4,sO; in the hands of the .\meri- 
cans, I. 484, 4<), .jIO, :>-j^\ .Vriioid 
Sent to for clothiiiL;'. i. -['."): Cap:. 
Xapier escaped from, i. 4'.'i>: l)at- 
teaux expected from. i.4'.il': Gen. 
Wooster likely to stay at. i. 4'.'.'.: 
surrendered, no'.), to tlie Ameri- 
cans, 3. nO; mentioned, i. 4:M: 
6. 7.J, 240; 7. 47, (J-', P;-.'. -J."!, oo'>; 
8. lUo, 244, oOS; 9. ;;i, 27-J. 
railway, the, 8. ;3i')S. :;r,:i. 
Montressor, Ca])t. John, his route de- 
scribed by Pallard, i. 4G.")-4t)tj; an 
officer in the engineers, i. 44o: eon- 
ducted an expedition into Maine, i. 
44G; his journal fell into the hands 
of Arnold, i. 447: its present owner. 
I. 44S; embarked from St. l■^,^ln, i. 
448; at the Chaudier^. i. 44^-44:>. 
40(3; at the Bron, i. 44'.); ])ure!ia-ed 
boats, I. 441); crossed the Uapids 
des Diables, i. 44'.)-4.")0; at tiic 
Kivicre de Famine, i.4.")0; en(am]>ed 
at Kiviere des Loupes, i. 4.')n; at the 
brook, i.4.')l; entered a lake, i. l'»l- 
452; description of the lake, i. 4-"i2. 
4.");!; viewed Ouegnla, i. 4.".2; near 
an old camp, i. 4o.\; at the Penob- 
scot, 1. 4.");i-4."j4; sent Imlians i'< 
search the country, i.4."4: left ilie 
rivei-. I. 4.")4; entered Lake <)ri'.:inal, 
I.4.J.'); rt-aehed Uoeky m luiila.in, '• 
4.J."), 4.")»): at Farm inland, i. i'''''- 
passed tiirough the \')cst outlet, i. 



JNDEX TO COLLECTIOXS. 1^0 

4")G— 4.'.T: at the An-nnsoak. i. 4.'>T; Mo.ni. the ilcpoiKloin'o of tlio Indians 

n'j>:iirt'ii the caiKU's, i. 4.'iT: on- nj>nn. 7. ;; n-;;ii'i. 

canipoil in t]io \voc»ls. 1. I'.n: an- (lu\ Iniilt at Batli. 2. I'O'.i. 

u«.yo<l by mos.iuit.'s. I. l.'i<: j. asset! Monc. Diid^'et. i>unisliO(l for cotn- 

For.r«.'lu'. Di'viTs tails anil Noriidm-- i>lainiii„', 3. .'iT-.")S. 

work. I. 4.">!t; onoaniixil near Nino Daniol, in ilio uanison at lUaok 

JJilo falls. I. -It'll 1; ai Tironnio falls Point, 1. L'-JiW;. 'J-JT;/ : 3. lit) 

anil l\>rt Halilax. i. 4i'i'»; at Doad tlio liov. tlioou ii., pica, liod in lUith, 

rivor. I. 4i''l, Ai'i-Jii: onoanipod at 2. I'l'^. 

'Ihird \.\kv. I. 4r.l: iii>-~cd Sonth Col. .Inliii. 4. IvU, ;;4.".. :UT, .'IGT, oSO, 

Brancli, i. 4i'c': at ciiain lakes, i. ol'O, oiiT. 

4t5o; at Moosolioad lake, i. 4u4: at ■ Sir .lolin, 8. 147. 

Lake Mo.crantlo. i. 4i!."i: spoke dis- Kichard. land at Capo Torpns rrrant- 

para'j^^in'jfly of Fort Ilaliiax. 8. •_':;.', ed t(«, i. '.<~ ■_ in the j:arrisi>a at 

'21-)[ niontionod, 8. l.'T4; his journal IMark I'oint. i.-ii.'T/i: 3T l'l'T;;. 

cited. 4. lOS: 5. xi.x. Theodo^ins. married the ^vido^v of 

Mouts Ci.npes, the same as Monut Goudall, i. 147, ."j.",(".; sent floods 

Desert, 5.2-0. to Georj^o Branilialh 1. ^>'>C,, o07; 

DetJerts, 1." Isle lies, named ]>y Cham- ' lived in Marshlield. i.boy^n. 

plain. 7. L'.'i:^: m^'ntioned. 7. 254, the Ilev. Thomas. 7. l'20. 

2.")7: 8. ."iCii: .<^ee Munnt Desert. j Walter, 5. 4(i. 

ilontseag-. 9. loo. | William, amount nf land izrantod 

bay. 2. iu7. I to, 9. oT^; acensed (Joilfrcv of de- 

Monrville. 4. "-22. r.olji ; 6. olC; 9. SI. tainini; his cow, 9. ;l<4. 

Jilounnunt. Mass.. 4. i;7i>. Capt. — , commandeil the Mar<:a- 

Moody. Charles. 2. 122. 12>. ritta. 2. 24:]; ordered the j.eoplo 

Dani.d. settled at Black Point, 3. j of Machias to lake down the lib- 

llo. 21'.'. j erty polo. 2. 24:}; killed. 2. -Ji.j. 

David. 7. 2S4. ! Moore's brook, origin 01 the uamc, 3. 

Eleazer. 3. 2:34. I 78. 

Capt. Georfro. 3. 173. ' Mo.irena, 4. 157. 

the Rev. John, 4.25."., 25G, 205. 207. Moorhead. the Rev. John, settled in 

Joseph. re:;istrar, i. 555; mark on Boston. 6. 12; died. 5. 105; tncn- 

Lis cattle. 3. 144; snspe<;ted of tioned. 6. ] 1. :]1. :;ii. 

being a Tory. 3. lUW Moose, abundant, i. 45'J. 

the Rev. Josejdi, i. -.W^: 8. :]'"0. brook, 4. 110. 

Joshua, settled at Bhuk Point. 3. island. 8. 15. 

2Pi. lake. 4. 107. ;U5. .'546. 

Moses S.. preceptor of Farmington mountain. 1. 400. 

Academy. 8. 171. I point. 3. :^'.t5«. 

Xatliau. 7. •2S4. | pond, 4. ;]45, OSO. 

Kathaniel. 3. 222. I river, i. 400. 

Samuel, signed the treaty of 1713, ^Moosebec. detmition of. 4. 100. 

6. 250; autograph of, 6. 250. ; Moosehead lake. Col. Montressor at, 

Samuel, precept-.r of Dummer , 1.455,404; called Lake Orignal, 

Ai;ademy. 6. ;>i"i; preci j'tor of , 1.455; birch abundant at. 1.455; 

Dalliiwell Academy. 8. H",] ; pen origin of the name. i.455/(: men- 

and ink sketch of. 8. 10!-10l'; tinned, i. 455. 4<;(3: 4. 105, 10>; 7. 

preceptor of Berv.ii k Academy. ^0/(. 

8. 102; mentioned, 4. 104, 100: "7. Moosetnck. definition of. 4. 100 

2'^. Morals, low state of in Maine, i. 15S, 

Capt. Samuel, purchased land of lOo. 100-102. 

Powsland, i. :.'(iO: ibe same con- Morant. I'liilii>, his Ili.story of Essex 

veyed to Jolm Thomas, i. 200: cited. 3. xv. 

puichased land of John Marston's Morattiggon, 5. IS". 

estate. I. 240; (.wne<l Jarnes An- Moravians, the, not opposed to slavery, 

drev.s farm, r.:rj5; mentioned, i. : 7. l'I4. 

l-"^'i- I More. Hannah. 7. 400. 

the Rev. Samuel, ordained. 5. liv; William. 1.402. 

death of. 5. liv. I Morehouse, , 8. 41. 42, 43. 

the Rev. Silas, 2. 142: 4. 273; 7. 220. ! Morel. Caj-t. , 7. 24'.i. 

William, (ijst of the family in Scar- ! Moigan, (ien. Daniel, to arrompany 

borongli, 3. 210. " | Arnold, i. 5o0; to ':o ahea<i and 

Major . 3. 31:5-314. j clear the road, i. 5o:,; his charac- 

,, . of Bi.'ston, 9. 24. j tor, i. 5:J0; mentioned, r. 501,510, 

-Jood}'.'.. bca^h, I. 2-i-in. 510, 518, 023, 5;.'4, L-^6. 



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MAINE HISTOnUWL SOCIKTY 



Morsjnn l">avM. 7. ^^'Ol. 
FiMiuis, I. I'M, It'll /I. 
Jon;ith;iii, his >;raiiiinar pul.lislieil, 

8. ISO. 
J..S01.I1, I. .'i-il. 
Itoheri. 1)1' Sai-o. i. Umk. 
JJoli.Tt, of Sai;;>(l:ilu)c-. I. IGTii. 
;Mis. Sarah, punishod fur assault, i. 



Morli'V IIou>r. 5. 410. 

Mor-M-co, 8. -JnL:. 

MoiouL^h, DiMiiiis, 
thony Ih.u'kit 
Jane l\iili'y, i 
riirixmihak, i 



•;<ilil laud to An- 
. I. L'-l'.!: mavriod 
.]!:;, :;i4: livrd at 
:li;;. :!_'! : his sun, 



Monoll, .lohn, si-iu'd llio petition to 
Ciiark'S u. i. -iun. 

Maiy, daiiulitcr of TotcM-, i. 'M'^; 
married Goor.co 'i'luk, i. oi;J; 
lived at Falmouth, i. ;;i;'>. 

Marv. wife of Teter. 1. .".i:!. 

Peter, inuchased laud of Thomas 
Masi.n, i.iMi'); taken prisoner at 
Fahnoulh, i. :'.'•-. "-l"': lived on 
India street, i. oKl: land deeded 
to. I. oi:!; his I'aniily nuived to 
IJeverly, 1. olo; child of, i. ulo; 
lived on the Neek, i. :;-l. 

Robert, si,t;ned the petition to Brad- 
street, i.L'Son; liveil on the Xcck, 

1. :-;•_' 1. 

the Kev. William, sent To New V.u-^- 
land, by the I'lyuu>uih eonipany, 

2. 4.">'/ ; composed a Latin poem, 
2. 4''.'f; disapp(»inted. 2. 4tl'7/(: 
appointed to supei intend the 
cluirelies, 6. ISO. 

Morrer, Thomas, sii^ned the jjetition 

to Massachusetts. 5. :.'40. 
Morrill. Governor Lot M.. 8. 4.'ia. 
the Kev. Moses, 4. •^i-2. -.U:}, 244, 2."j."), 

273. 
Samuel, of Uoston, -.^Maduated from 

Dowdoin College, i. 340. 

the Kev. , of IMddel'ord, 2. 141. 

, of Falmouth, 3. IWn. 

Morris, Cai)t., an Imli an, a terror to 

the settlers, 7. :;2(;: killed. 7. 32G; 

Ills son son;j;Iit reven;.;e. 7. 320. 
Thomas, i.'.l'.i; lived at Casco bay, 

I. 100», 114; consented to the 

agreement between Jordan and 

Tucker, i. 131. 

, of Seven Mile lirook. 4. 307- 

Morrison family, the, 5. 14, 2L 
Morse, Cliarles" II. . 5. 27''./(, 3'.tl. 

E., teaclier in Warren Academy, 8. 

172. 
Freeman IL, his assistance acknowl- 

ed^a'd, 7. 3il4. 
Jonatlian, 4. ;>i2, li'.M, 3'.t2. 
William, 7. 2-1; 8. li:'.?i. 
Mrs. AVilliam. 8. l]3/(. 
, of Methucn, 4. 3G4. 



Morss, Margaret, married Col. Josoj.!. 

(.•oHin. 4. 241. 
Mortality in Maine. 4. 17-lS; in Au- 

<:usta. 5.4;;i-i:;."). 

Mortiini'i-. 5. xh. 

Moitinutre. ilep/.ihali, married KoIk it 
Lawrence, i. --'m. 

, married llep/.il>ah Munjoy. i. 

ir)3, 2.")7. 
Morton. Janu^s. 2. 221. 

the Kev. James. 8. 11 Ik. 

Nathaniel, the authority for thr 
story of the luiliinu of the c:'.!!- 
tain' of the Mayllower. 8. 2<"'; 
came to I'lymoutli. 8. 2oO: a rela- 
tive of (lov. Hradford. 8. 20i»; !ii> 
account of tlie plot, 8. 200-2ol ; 
his New England cited. 8. 1:00. 
27'.t. 

Thomas, the i:overnuu'nt ojij^osed 
to, 2. 57('; blazoned the ouira^- 
in Eu'irland. 2. .")T": an enmiy i.f 
the I'uritans, 2. "'^'C his New 
Enirland's Memorial cited, i. 3>;.':. 
22',»h: 2. 42((/i. OSir. 7>''. 7'Ja; 3. 
34/2, 317; 6. 1T'.>. 
Mosely, Ebenezer. 7. 3i'>7. 

the llev. Elislia, preaclu'd in N« \v 
Gloucester. 2. 1."j3. l'>^; uiciv 
tioned. 2. 117, 1 !'.», I2l, 12.3, VJb. 

Capt. Samuel, 2. l.'!3. 
Moses. Daniel. 3. 2o4. 

Geor.(,^e, lived at Scottow hill. 3. 210 

John, received a <;rant of land, 1. 
11.3. 

Theodosius. 3. 173. 210. 
Mosier, Ilui;]i, it^eived a jrrant yi 
land, I. 7.3. 11-3; moved down liie 
river, i. 7.3-7ii; first of the nauic 
in the state, 1.7-3//: iii(<l. i. 7ii; Ij"-^ 
son administered his estate, i. 7''. 
ISO; lived at ('asc(j bay, i. iMH/i. 
114, ISOx; sul)mitted "to Ma>sa- 
chusetts, I. lOOu; mentioued, i. 

00, 123. 

James, administered his fath<r"- 
estate, i. 70. 1S'.»: lived at I'nc- 
port, I. 70; lived at Casco bay, '• 
230)1. 

James, an early settler of Gorlia!n. 
2. 14S; born at f'almouth. 2. U' 

John, son of Uutrh, i. 70, i-.'... 
lived at Freeport. i. 70; jc.i;>vi 
of breakiiiLC tiie Sabbath, i. l"'-'^ 
an assurety for his brother, i- 
IS'.tu: assurety for George Ia\v>- 

1. 101; lived at Casco bay, i- 
230 »i. 

Mosse. Tho., sifrncil the petition to 

Cliarles ir, i. 402. 
Moss-hou.se, built at Norridj;ew-vr:. 

4. 3S0. 
Motherwell, Miss , taken capti'-'" 

by lii'lians, 2. IttO. 
Motte, Sieur de la, 8. 321. 



IXDEX TO COLLF.CTIOXS. 191 

Moui'liioke lojiamatch. (Icrmiticn of, MoiintfiMth. Afr. . 3. {.l.'",, -\:^i\ [y-j 

5. 1^7, IST/i. , MiuiiitJDy. a romindu n;um' in V.n--- 

MiMi'jTi.wc. 2. "1-! ; sfc MuluMave. ' land. i. I'l."., •_'."i(')/(. I'.'.S: ,s<-.- Mmij.iv. 
Moulciavf. 2. ."i4: Ntc Muiirraw. Mo\ut\s Itolation citcii, 5. 144, 104, 

Moiiltun. Danifl. an early sottlor of IstJ/i. 

.SiMiboio. 3. 201. ■JI'J-L'-.'it. Mi>usani mill, i. '2(>s. 

John, Mttlfil at I'.'uo Point, 3, L'lO. rivrr, tOriiii'ily Capo PoiiMii<c, i. 

Cajit. , hoaiU'd a company to ! '.)■>■'•: l.rvtii's aicount, <>t, i. .;.".;;; 

vxiorminate tlu- Indians at Xor- tin- Iii.iian naim' of tlic ICi iMie- 

ri'!i:o\vock, 2. I'.'T; 3. 1")-'. :\]'.>n: bee, 4. Itir. ; nuntioncd. 7. \\<\. 

at Ticonii-. 3. I'.iT: irave orders not Mowat. (.'ajd. lleniy, seized at Fal- 

to kill Kalle, 3, r.'<. ; monili. 3. I'M: 'dismantlfd \\,vt 

Monmis. few in New En'^iand, 6. 218. I'ownall, 5. :Nt'.-:',<7 : decdarcd Id- in- 

Monnt Aldwortli. 5. loo. j tention of destioyinj: Fainioiuh. 5. 

Aulunn, 7. -j:'.'). | 4'-]\\ 410, 44;: liad a Kuil;- tour of 

Cornwall, 9. b'.T». 1 dnty on tlie ci>;ist. 5. 440/): with 

Desert, called Temeti'^. I. -Jt'in, 4:'.0/i ; ' Gov. Pownell in the expediti.in to 

7. .'J, 27; oalleti Mom .\Ianscll. i. I'enobsi-ot. 5. 44o,,: sent a Utter to 

I'li; named by Ch.implain, 1. 2'>n; . the olHeers of Falnioutli, 5. 4 lo; 

7. 2S. 2.")2; a Je.'-nit mission es- consented to snspeud the tU'>trnc- 

tablislied at. i. 2i'.,(. 27. 4.;o: 7.2S; , tion of Falniouth, 5. 44.")-i4i;: de- 

tlie mission destroyed, i. 27: 5. stroyed Falmouth. 7. 47'.i; miui- 

17S: 8. :l:; i; eapturtd by the Fn'4- : tioueil. 2. 2If,: 5.410; 6.:\')i; 7. 121, 

lish. 1.27. 4;;i ; pi rhaps" visited by 1_'.;. 1l'4, \.r,. 

Davis. 3. 2'.'4/i: I'.iju. Argal at, 5. 31>wliray. 5. xlv. 

17S: 8. 00b; a er<,)ss set u]) to de- Moxies, his wife entertained by An- 

note English iio>-/<sion. 5. 17;); dri>s, 5. 2i').s; given ammunition, 5. 

French settled at. 5. :); the Grand 2GS. 

Design wreekt-d at. 6. 22: the Moxis. C;esar. 3. :]>u. 

passage to from BiLruatus, 6. 114, Moxus, attacked the .Storer ganison, 

ll-j; Father Driaiiii at. 6. 2ijs; laml 7. ll.")-]!!!: deieateii, 7. iiG; 

at granted to Mde. de (iieiroire. 6. threatened to return. 7. lli>. 

27"); Cailillac"s account ot. 5. 2-0; An.;u~tin. si-iuun i>f. o. -iiW. 

a landmark for n ivi„Mr.us. 5. 2^0; Moxnsson. Casar, 6. 2")'.t. 2111. 

called Mont Cou}>.-s. 5. 2So; in Mr., a title not preiixed to all names, 

possession of Du Monts. 7. 27: 8. 2'JO. 

Capt. Thomas Pvrkins wrecked Msar'to. the Indian name of Venus, 

at. 8. 12.S: called St. .>^avi<u-. 8. 7. :!4:]-:544. 

?24; mentioned. 4. Pi"^: 5. •"■27; Muddy river, 3. olo. 

6. 12.",, :>'<■_>, :j>:;. -.y^r,; 7. (i.;. l'.",:j, Mudire, Elder Enoch, appointed to the 

2.")4, 2-'>.">, 204. 20.j: 8. lo, ol'.). :320, ; Portland circuit. 7. 227; at Jtead- 

o24,:>30; sec Monts Deserts, L'Isle ' field, 7. 22^; at Orrington. 7. 22'<; 

des. ■ I a member of tlie general .Miurt, 7. 

Desert harbor, Cadillac's account 22S: characteristics of. 7. 2::>. 

of. 6. 2^0. I , commissi(Mur, 8. ^^2, 5^4. 

IMuecomb. 3. 2o. 1 Mud v. Daniel, 3. 17-J. 

Ilolyokc. 4. 2';2. 204. I see Moody. 

Hope, Maine. 7. 7- I Mugg, chief of the Penobsoots, i, 21o. 

riopL-, U. I., I. 210. j 22s, 2211; 3. ]<).<: Jocelyn attcin].ted 

Katahilin. i. 4'>'>: tiie Indian name \ to treat with. i. 2i."'i: 3. io>: d, -iifd 

of. I. 4"j(;; 4. 10"). j a peace. i.22s: wr-nt to Piu tvniouth^ 

Mansell. .sec .Mont Mansell. I i. 22"^; sent to Hoston. i. 22> : fon- 

Niles. 5. 77. I sented to remain a iiosta'ji', i. -L'>; 

Pleas<nt, 6. 204. I attacked Dlack Point, i. 2-".i: 3. 1 12; 

Poyal. 3. :;-^;;, •■>-^.'): .^c Mimtreal. ! killed, i. 220; 3. 112: took .Jo. ■.'yn 

^'ern<ul. Maine. 2.2^."j: 4. ;JOG, .3.30. : a juisoniT, 3. lo>; .sonf to anriUL'e 

W-rnon street. 9. 7t>. j a i)eace, 3. Ill ; taken a prison' r. 3. 
Vernon. Va., 4. o'J, 00. 112; his treachery. 3. 1 12 : his d.atli 

Waldo. 9. 01. I a relief to the Emriisli, 3. 112: ii^ni- 

VVaslnn^tou. (h-at!) of Lizzie Bourne ; plained of ("apt. Lane, 3. ;374 ; men- 

at, 8. .30;;; ascendeil bv Darljey tiom-d, 3. 2:',."». 

Field, 9. 200; compeared to .Sugar- Muldenberg, the Pev. Dr. \Vil!i:i!n, 7. 

loaf hill, 9. 211; first liorse rid- 4-'j3. 

den uj). 9. 2l.j; mentioned, i. i'.ii. Mulford, Elias, married Mary .Ma.>on, 

Mountain street, Que!;ec, i. i'ysl. j 2. 2;)4; 4. 231. 

Houutfort street, i. 2u2. 1 Mary, conveyed land to David Cur. 



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MAIXF. IIISTOIUCAL SOCIETY. 



of 

iiiariicd 
■2:'A. 
ohi. 



Mulford, Mnrv — conlimK<l. 

ii\\\. 2. i';;4; 4. L'.U; a d.iu-lit. 
.lanu's Ma'ion, 2. "j; 
Klias Mullnni. 2. l':;i: 

HulL'ravf, the Karl of, 2. . 

Mulliki.u. , 7. l"^."). 

Wumliau^cn, Karon, 5. l'0;i. 

Muujoy, oxtiiiot as a i;iiiiily name, i, 
'2''0\ soiiK'tiiuos wiittfu Mi'imt- 
joy, 'j.''ihr. a coniiiidu name in 
iJevoiisliiie, 1. ■J-'i^. 
Benjamin, i. I'i'-ht. 
Gooijie, lived in Falmontli, i. 121, 
]."):!, '2\tj; 5. L'4T; minied Mary 
riiiliii>s, I, IL'I, 1"'.".. L'.'jS; came 
from Boston and tieeted a frame 
liou.se, I. ]-'4, lOr.-ir.T, -J')')-, son- 
in-law of John Phillips, i. li'l; 
signature of, i, 12"i, l.'i: his prop- 
erty still held hy hi^ luirs, i. li'C; 
liis widow and son S"ld land to 
Thomas Coojier. i. lu;'; jfurchased 
land of the Indians, i. 1l".»; pur- 
chased land of lo'1't-rt Jordan, i. 
141-141'; erected ;i stiaie house at 
Peak's island, i. 14'.' ; hecame sole 
owner of House island, i. lol; the 
title of same coniirmed to his 
widow, I. 101; a man of energy 
and enterprise, i. \->'J: a son of 
John, I. 1')'2. 208 ; admirted a free- 
man, I. l")."'.. 2.")S: his ciiildren. i. 
].>3, •_'•">(■); visited Falmouth, i. L'^j; 
jturchased the Cloeves' home- 
stead, I. ir)3, 11*4 ; an associate, i. 
lOo, 170, 174; 2. O-i^': 3. 7o: a 
commissioner,, i. lf'4, ItjO, 17o, 
370; 2. !';>>; 5. 2-j''>: purchased 
land of Sampson Penley, i. ]*>(;»; 
held a county ctmrr, i. 170; lived 
at Casco, i. 177; Ju>n(e of the 
Peace, i. 177; sicrned tlie petition 
to the king, i. l>o: his dislike to 
Mass. not understood, i. isj; sold 
li<|Uor, I. ISi'H, "JOl. 2'j'.>: bound to 
keep order, i. I^-h: erected a 
prison, i. 1^2a; i)0-.virs invested 
iu, I. 18.">, •j7t); a witness against 
Neale, i. 200; carried on trade at 
Fore river. i.20l-2o2; his house 
constructed for defense, i. 2(j2; 
ascertained the eastern boundary 
of Maine, i. 202; his report and 
bill, I. 202; purchased land of 
Anthony lirackelt, i. 204, 2.'j.'>, 
2.j7; the same became the prop- 
erty of the Waldo heirs, i. 204; 
sold land to John Ingersoll, i. 
'/O'j; conveyed laud to Thomas 
Cloice, I. -II"', 2.'j."j: his son Jolin 
killed, I. 22U; sent with provis- 
ions to P'almouth. i. 'SS2, 'iTj'm; 
petitioned to the general court to 
pay his expen^is. i. ss^u; land 
granted to. i. i;44: his widow 
married to Robert Lawrence, i. 



247, 3lo; last aiipoarance of h.^ 
name on the records, i. _'■•,• 
named as a grantee to D.'uif,,; ;i, ' 
1. '2:>'); death iA, i. L'.">."i ; char.n t. ;■ 
of, l.2.")(): his est.ite, I. L'.'.r, •.•.",7 
had a farm at I'resumpsent, 1. 
2."i7-2.'''8; biu II in Dover, i. :'.-; 
his title the ba.si.-. of the I.awr. lu i; 
claim. I. 281, ;;!;'.; deed from tl.i- 
Indians to. i. ." .'i.; ; assisted I'ur- 
chase, 3. ;Vj2, ;',.;2; made a siu\: v 
at Petnaquid, 5.247; mention-,.!', 
1. Cj.)n, ll'.t, 2.")4; 3. .•'.■_'2, .•;22/i. 

Cie<uge jr., sold land to Thuinns 
(doi'er, I. 12il; born in Uoston, i. 
1 •'>:). 2.jii: die<l in Mrainlree, i.'j.'iO; 
his children, i. 2."/l]. 

Gersham. i. l-'j-'./i. 

lle]tzebah, born in Ijostrm, i. 1.',':, 

2.jt>; married MorIimiu\ i. 

15."j. 2."j7; nominated her own 
guardian, i.2.")7; Robert Lawrenrc- 
her second husliand, i. 247. -."'7; 
Stephen Cross her tliird husbaiici, 
I. 'I'll; died in lioston, i. 2.77. 

John, of England, i. I."i2, 2.7s. 

John, son of George, i. lilO: killed. 
I. 2-_'0. -I'l, ij.-,i;. 

John, son of Jo>iah, 1.2.50. 

Josiah, sen of George, born in Bos- 
ton, 1. 153, 2i>tj; liis children, i. 
2.JG. 

Martha, dauuiiter of Josiah. ra:ir- 
ried Joim Pulling, i. :.'."(;. 

Mary, daugliter of (ieorge. mairiifi 
John Palmer, i. 14','*/, \->'-\. ~' ■ : 
left no chihhen, i. 2.7t); bapiizoi 
iu Boston, I. I'l'^hr. lier title to 
Pond island confirmed, i. ::•").'). 

Mary, daughter of George jr., mar- 
ried PhiliiJ Thomiisoii, i. 2.".t). 

Mary, daughter of John, of Eng- 
land, married to John Saunders. 
I. 1.7:3. 2.7(1, ■S,<. 

Mary, daughter of Josiah, married 
Capt. Thomas Hornby, i. 2.'i»'>. 

Mary, wife of fieorge, a dauirliter 
of John Phillii>s, i, <;i ; cl.iiiiK<i 
her father's land. i.Ol': the satne 
awarded to. i. 02; granted the 
hou.-?e at Clapboard islanii, i. 140; 
her title to House i.-land eon- 
firmed, i. 1.71, 2.7.7; her lan.l rji'- 
propriated by Danforth, i. 2.''): 
petitioned for reiire>s, i. 274; ihf 
matter settled. i.l'74-:.'.7.7: relea.-e<i 
her rights to Clay cove and otiier 
I-roperty, i. 2.70, 281-2^2: the con- 
siderations for the release, i. "'■'; 
menlioned. i. 03h, 2.77. 

Pelatiah. daughter of Ge(;rge. biTii 
in Boston, i. 17:;, i.'70; ii(miinate>l 
her own guardian, i. 2-77. 

Philip, I. 1.7:3/1. 

Susanna, married Qwynuc, i- 



IXDEX TO COLLECTION'S. 



103 



litio, the, I. 24-2. I 

Miiujoy's lilll. tin.' rt.'si(li>rn'i> of fii><uui' i 
jlunjt>y, I. -"ill; tiooiis qiiartoird 
at, 1. 'J'.'S; T!i:ulili'iis Cl;xrUo pro'i- 
alily killi'd at. i.-JW: Kol.-Tt I.:uv- 
iTtioo built a liouse on, i. •'. l:'.; 
C'n]it. Mowatt ^'aiituiid at, 3. I'.'T- 
island, now called I'eaks" isluid, i. 
Oti, \4'>ii. 14S; ston-,' house I'lL-cttd 
un, I. 1 !'.>; Gcoriic Fell and otluMs ; 
killed at, i. s^-.'ii. l'i'ox: ealKd : 
House ishuid, i. li"-'-")/! : Mary Muii- 
joy's titli- to ooniinned. i. l'").'i. 
Neck, former irune of I'ovtland, i. 
5;i; called Madiiiionne, 4. 1U>. 
Mnnnie.s. a eonuiii ion of .Mi'Nisli, 6. 7. 
Munroe, Aliijah, 4. :)ic'. 
.Munson, Jose])li, 3, IT'.', l^''. -'nT, -J-'O. 
Ilobert, 3. I7.I; biogiaiihieal uotieo 

of. 3. -sjn. 
Stejihen, 3. ■-'■-". 
Munsuui;uu i'i\er, 4. Hi". 
>\Iuider trials, the lii.st and second in 

Maine, 3. lt>, I'U). 
Murdock, Deauiish. liis Ili.story of 
Nova .Scotia cited. 7. .'), b2, til, tH', 
(57, 7."^ 7(i, 7S, s:.', s;j; 8. li>2, ;j.;'.); g. 
1>S. '.•'.>, 1():J. ll'l, I !l'. 
Murray, General .James, i. .")1S. 

tlie Kev. .loliii, married .Susanna 
Litli<4o\v, 5, -lis, 4-j;-^ 6. I'U: 5. 
287rdied, 5. 41.S; 6. ;;4. li;7. -iS-]; 
live<l at IJootlibay and Xewbury- 
port, 5. US; birth of. 6. ;;4. l."/7: 
came to New \drk, 6. v4; went 
to ['enns_\ Ivaiiia. 6.:j4. i.')7; formed 
a church at IJoothbay. 6. :;4. l.")7: 
moved to Nev.b'iryiiort. 6. '-'A:-. 
educatetl in ]-;dinluu-j.li. 6. 1.j7: 
next tt> Ireland. 6. l.">7; hi> l:il/<jrs 
at Bootbbay, 6. I.'j>-l'i0; his char- 
acti'r, 6. l.V.i. I'.O-liW, M."]; opposed 
.Sriiith, 6.. liii ►-!••. L: his reply to 
ninkley. 6. lOl ; his infinence dur- 
ing the wai' of the i;e\(»lution. 6. 
l<;i-l(;4; a delei^ate to the Pro- 
vincial Congress, 6. ICd -]<',■_>: as 
an aibitrator, 6. ]r,L'; ins house. 
6. Kii'; i>revented tlic anm>yance 
from liritish ciiii..ers. 6. I'lL'-lO.); 
his digiiity, 5. ir.;); a reward of- 
fered for his ai>prehension, 6. 
l'j:>; liis iritbu lue over a regi- 
ment, 6. 1 (■).;-] f,4: called Boston 
and rortsmouth. 6. I'i."); called to 
N<.'wl,uryi)oi t. 6. KJ.'j, iCiti; his 
popularity -inil inlluence. 6. KJti; 
long sickness, 6. l<;»;-]f;7; the 
charge relative to his liccnsui'e, 
6. lf;7-]r)'.(; mentioned, 6. I'J, :j.">, 
S.J.J ; Memoir of, by the Jiev. A. 
G. Verniilye, 6. l.j:;-170. 
the llcv. John, a (Jniveisalisf, 6. 10'^ 
Lindley, Ids grammar publi.-ihed, 8. 

ISO. ' 
Major , I. uIL 

13 



Mi.ss , married J. D. Powell, 7. 

2.; 4. 

Mn.seataquid. i. ."p.'il. 

Muscle cove, (;e(.>r'j;e Felt lived near. 
I. :.••.'!. 

Museongus. destrcvved. 4. '_'•_';!: ;i name 
«.>f remote :intii|uitv, 7. •.".i.".; a 
province of T'emaijuid, 7. l".'."). :'.o'.t. 
Mil; the commercial trea.sures of. 
7. J.'."i--_".'i;; the rapid {>roures.s of. 
7.:;il; gr.mted to Beauehami) and 
Leverett. 9. 77: the extent and 
condition of the grant, 9. 77: lish- 
eries hastened the (^ccuiiation of. 

7. 7S: I.everett becatne tiu; sole 
projM'ietor of, 7.7."^; mentioned, 5. 
ISS/,. 

grant, 4. 2:21 ; g. 77; .s' e Muscongus 
patent. 

island, purchased by .lol'.ii IJrowu. 
I. ;)('p; mentionetl, 4. liKi; 5. I'.tl. 

patent, owned by i>amuel Waldo, 5. 
o(''.'/<: sometimes called the Waldo 
patent, 5. ;lt;!i,(; granted to Ueau- 
chan!i» and I.everett. 6. .'Vjl; g. 
77; John Leverett bieame sole 
projirietor. 6. :]'J] ; 9. 7>; bi tame 
the ten and later the thirty pro- 
prietors, 6. 2"J1 ; mentioned, 4. L'21 ; 

8. 2US. 

river, boundary of tlie piatent to 
Akhvoith and Elbridge, i. ;}7; 
boundary of the Waldo jKitent, 1. 
■io; mentioned, 4. ■_']>; 5. I'Jl; 9. 
L'L'."), ■J-j.C). 
Musical c:!m])aign, the. 8. 4."'^((. 
Muskinuun. delinition of. 4. lb"). 
Muskoncus. a name given to the Xew 

England coast. 5. lo-"). 
Musqua.-^hes, abundant, 4. :J70, OSO. 
Musquitoes, i. 4."j8. 
Mussey, Thomas, signed the petition 
1 to Charles 11, i. 4(»2. 

Myantonomo, killed, 2. IGS. 
Myrameek river, 2. (jij; .see Merriinac 
1 river. 

' Mvrick. .lobn. 3. \7^. 
' Mystic. Benedict Arnold at, i. .j02. 
river, 7. I'yJii. 

. Xaerinick falls, 4. ;';7."). 

; Xaclieen, the sailed from Dartmouth. 

7. :'j-JO; commanded by Biawnde. 
j 7. .';20; at Monhegan, atnl ."^eguin. 

i 7. ;)20; had a lari^e store of freight. 

1 7. Ml'U; the tender wrecked, 7. :ii;0; 

Hawkins to<jk her lishing boats. 
I 7.;{20; her voyage destroyed, 7. 

j ;I20. 

i Xagasqua, an Indian resident at Scar- 
i boro. 3. IDl. 

1 Xaiiiseoig. 3. 412. 
. .\agucaw( n, 6. I'lll. 
1 Xaguscawit, 6. 2.'iS. 
i Xahnnadad, carried bj' Weyinoutb to 
I England, 3. 2'j7; 5. bVJ, u2S\ met 



194 



MAINE niSTOKlCAL SOCIETY. 



Vr:u-1 



Nalianada^l— continnoil. 

by i;iiloi<;li Ciill.-it. 3. -JO 
ir.o-iCiO. O;)"): 7. :■-'-•. 
\nH'ri>>a 'vvith Cui'l. H:iii:iin. 3. 
Si'T; visiti'd by (."apt. IV-vliam. 3. 
2*.>S; visited the e.'l..ni-;is. 3. :'.<'•"., 
.S(i7; a pib>t for Ca]it. I'lini:. 5.-'.-'^. 
3.j4 ;54i'; 6. L".ii; in:urii.'d aiul I'e- . 
came a sacbcin. 5.:".--^: .-:iven to ; 
l\.l)li;uu. 5. :-;-J: leuiaimd in i 
America, 5. ".^W : met Skitwarroes, 
«;.;>:>.") ;)4ii; 6. •J'.'T; probably the 
same as Tahanida, 5. ;i")'.'. 3'-i'n: 
mentioned. 5. :'-'>>>• 
Nahant, the bor.ndary of the grant to 

Brereton, 2. 4(W). 
Nabumkcntr. deluiition of, 4. ll'O. 
ishind, 2. L'TU; 4. 1<>7. 
river, 4. 107. \V'>: 8- -'-"Sh. 
Ts'aktoiias. 4. 1"k>. 1*>'.. 
J\ainaa>kauke, 4. l^'-t. 
Namaaskeair. derivation and deiinition 

of, 6. I'.'^t. 
Kamaaskees anke. 4. ISO. 
Name>^. given by Indians uncertain, 3. 
312 • territorial indicate llucluat- 
ing autliority, 5. -^-■ 
Namp>ci>scoke, conveyed to John 

Wadleigh, i. :'.">7, o'j^- ■ 
Kanaadionit. i. IJ'.'. 
"Kaurantson: k, fornu-r nameof >or- 
ridgewoik, i. 4:;.; 4. '.'3, '.'S; 6. 
240; 7. 4, •>;■ I'vale establislied at. i. 
437; 7. S:5: tlie situation and a 
description of. i. 4:^7: its distance 
from Quebec, i. 4.;.: a church at. 
I. 437-43S, 440. 44l'/-: apinoach of 
the Amaliuans to. i. 4;;s; a depu- 
tation sent to IJostonfroni, 1.440- 
441; address of tlie governor, i. 
441: tlie reply, 1.441-442: church 
built by the Kn'J-lish, i. 442/(; 
church "destroyed by the English. 
I. 442-443; a name given to a part 
of the Kennebec-, i. 4.'t;„: the 
principal residence of the Abna- 
kis. 4. 'JS: deliniiion of. 4. 107, 
190-101; 6. i-'b;; St 
S;3. 
river, 6.241. 
Kauset. Chainplain ar, 7 
Karitasket, i. 3o'."; 9. 3u. 

roads, 8. 110. 
Ka rites, the Edict of. i. 270. 
Kantucket, 'l'ri>trani Collin moved to, 
4.240; the Earl of Stiilini^'s rights 
in sold to the Duke of York. 5. 2; 
Xew York coiniuissioncrs to be 
sent to, 5.3."): French Neutrals at, 
6. 342; land title- in traced from 
the Earl of Stcrlin-, 7. 141; men- 
tioned. 6. 7<'>. -"'0. 
records, in the New York archives, 

5--"- 

Xai.ier, Capt. . at Qucljcc, i. 4^8, 

41*0; nninber of men <<n his vessel, 
1. 4b6; meiitioucd, i. 4'J2, 4'j3, 407. 



Castine at. 7. 



202. 



Naples, 6. 2o:.. 

Nai>oleiui, 8. ;'.M. 403: 9. HU. 
NaMuamke f:'.ll>. 4. 112, 113. 
NaraiTi've. s- 1 ■"'''";. 
N"Aiambeck"r, 8. 3:'.l. 
Nanaganseit bay. a boundary of 
I'ashabas" territory, 7. W. 
county, situation of, 2. b'.4. 
count V, 1;. 1.. 5. lix. 
Indians, lied to Maine. i.21.^; broke 
the treaty with the United Colo- 
nies, 2. 131-132: their fort dr- 
scribeti. 2. l:'.2: attacked and cap- 
tured. 2. 132-133: sent a bundle of 
arrows to the Pilgriins, 8. 27.'; 
mentioned, 6. 212. 
townships. <;ranted those who were 
engaged in the NarraLTansett war. 
2. l34-]3t): meeting of the graiil- 
ees, 4. 242)): the History of, i-y 
Charles Collin, 2. L31-I.JU. 
Township Number One, the ns- 
signes. 2. 13S; 4. 242)); the pro- 
prietors met at Newbury falls, 2. 
i:;S; called their township l',u.\- 
ton. 2. 13^; 4. 242. 243. 27'>/' ; a 
settleuient commenced. 2. i:'.-^- 
l:)<.l; early residents, 2. 13'.o topo- 
, graphical description of, 2. 14o: 

incorporated, 2. 141; 4. 24."r, the 
! ministers of, 2. 141, 142; pat- 

j riots, 2. 143; part of annexed to 

I .Standish, 2. 143: mentioned, 4- 

2ii7, 273, 330, '^03. 3li4; sec liiw- 
I ton. 

i Townshi]) Number Two, 2. 143-144; 
j the native towns of the grantees. 

1 2.144; now \Vestminster. 

Township Number Three, thcgrant- 
I ees. 2. 144; inccjrporated as Ani- 

i herst. 2. 144; called Soiighegan 

I West. 2. 144. 

j Township Number Four, the grant- 
ees. 2. 140; its situation not prc- 
I ciselv known, 2. 14."». 

I Town.shii) Number Five, grantees. 
I 2. 140; called Sou^hegan U'est, 2. 

HO: now Merrimac and lledford. 
2. 140. 
Townsliip Numlter Six. situation of. 
2. 140-140; grantees. 2. Ht); now 
•Tcmjdetoii. 2. 14t;. 
Town.-^liip Niuuber Seven, surveyecl. 
2. 140: boundaries of, 2. 14'.; 
grantees. 2. 1-10; ineorjiorated as 
Gorhaui, 2. 14f.: so- (iorhain. 
war, 2. 130,), 141, 144. _ 
Narraguagus river. 4. 107. 
Narrakamegock, 4. l'OO. 
Narrows, the, 2. 31. 
Nar.sborouuh, Sir John, 9. 10, 21. 
Na.-!i, Jonathan, 2. 121. 

Robert, slandered the general court, 
i.;;>2; ilie shooting alfair at Strat- 
ton's island, i. 3S2-3>i4: lived in 
Boston, I. 3s3, 3>4; sold pov.dcr 
and ruiii, i. '^bo, 3S4. 



INDEX TO COLLECTIONS. 



195 



, discovered the licad of tlie 

Saoo rivor. 9. I'lT, 218. 
KaskeaiT, 4. MlT. 

l)onii. 4. lt'~>; 7. S<3. 
Kaskol. 4. liK. 
is'asiiii, lu'iijimin. siu'nod tl)o petition 

to Cliailes II. I. iw!. 
Jolin. sIliikmI tlu' petition to Charles 

II. I. 4(M. -40-J. 
John, of l)ii\:.in. 4. L'U, '24'>. 
l\fiil>iii. iirc.'vpMi- <>l' (T..r]i:un 

Aea leniy, 8. l'-"^: hmn in I) >vfi'. 

8. IT).'; LTriiiuated Jrnin .orA-o. 8. 

UiH; an aMe ti-aelier, 8. lv:>. 
Richard, eU'eted military oiru-er of 

Kittory. i. :',<'.0: siLrned the peti- 
tion to Charus 11. i. 401. 
Kob<Tt. 9. AAi;. 
Kasoas mills. 2. ll'>. ICi^, 1G4. 
Kat, an Indian. 4. :.",io. i".ii. 
Natanis. last oi the Xorridijewoek?, i. 

500; supposed to be a spy. i. ."jUii; 

attenii>ted eapture of, 1. .'^-''—.^OT; 

j)roved to be friendly, i..">oT: cs- 

cajx'd from the l>attle at (,,JiU'lu'e. 

I. .">i.'4: mentioned, i. '>['>. 
Nathaniel, alia^ Ihuiiiabaret, 3. 412, 

414. 
Natiek, dcrivati >n of the word. 4. IHI. 
National Assembiy of Franee. 6. >>. 
Natives shown iu France, 5. 17^; see 

Indians. 
Nattoonis. i. 4"2-"). 
Natullack. 9. 21.]. 
Naudawixces. the. 6. '.'TO. 
Naumkeau'. now .^ulom. i. 41. (\^n; 

derivation and dt-linition of. 4. 

100. 
Xaunaun, 4. 10."i. 
Naunautoo^xlnjan. 4. 12."!, 12S. 
NaunautookLau, 4. 140. 
Nannton, Sir Robi'rt, 2. 33. 
Naurautsonak. 4. I07. 
Kauseai;. 2. I'OT. 
Nautiean. 2. 31, TO, 2G1. 
Navarre, 6. 117. 
Kuvarrete. M S.. diil much to rescue 

historical niitorials from loss, 2. 

Navy island, 9. 110. 

Neale, Dauitd, his Ili-tory of New 
Enirland cit<-<i. 5. l--2«, \'.i'.<n. 2-i'/(. 
Francis, his wife a daughter <>f Mrs. 
Mucworth. I. 7'i/(. 12-<: liv-d in 
P'almouth, i. lO-'.. 114, l'.i7. 2l.=>; 
siji;ned the submission to \I:iss., 
I. 101. ;>0; a <ommissioner. i. 
106, l.'V.h If..'). Kw;. 17.',. l'.)7, lioO/i, 
3>s; 3. s-]; received a tract of land 
from Mrs. Maeworth. i. I2>: site 
t)i his hi>u-<-. 1. 12">; movt-d to 
Salem, i. li'-^. :.'o(),/. :.'17: 3. li'7/(: 
died in ."sab rn. i. \2^ii; his chil- 
dren, I. 1-'-/'. L'0'.i/(; i>nr<:!.'ased 
land of thf liiuiuus, i. 1:;'.': sold 
the same to i'iiippi'n, i. r_".». 20'i/<; 
COUicuted to tlic a^rcemeiit be- 



tween Jordan and Tucker, i. IS); 
a witness against ('lei'\is. 1. i:;j; 
petitioned to tjic i;iiu'r:d court, i. 
144: deimty for Fabnoiuh. i. O'l; 
joined in the opposition to M;iss.. 
I. I70; jvreseiited for bna.li of 
of oath. I. 171: siii'iied the i>eti- 
tion to the kin;.:, i. !>-'>: attorney 
for Falmouth, i. 1^.">: surety for 
Aliuail Willi ims. i. l'."i; an asso- 
ciate, I. 107. 2ot): various areusa- 
tions a'j,:iinst. i. L'Oi); a Ir.idinii 
man in I'ahuouth, i. l'Oo: rceidved 
land from Xathmiid W'haiif. i. 
20S: dill not return to F.dmoutb. 
after the war. i. 2.")0; eiuKmted 
in Sah'm. i. 2.")0; sold his ) arm to 
Joseph Ihdmcs. 1.2."));): iiis !i..nso 
burned, 3. r_'7 : his deposition in 
I in full. 3. :;:;o-;;:;i. 

I Francis jr., sou of Francis, i. 20i'>n; 
I a lejiatce of Jonas Bailie, i. i:W/i; 

died, I. 12>/(. 
I John, his History of thi' Puritans 
i cited. 6. 24. 

John siLTued the petition to Cliarles 
1 11. I. 402. 

Samuel, son of Francis, i. ]2sh, 
I 200/(; a legatee of Jonas IJaille, i., 

' 2o()»i. 

Ca]>t. AValter. )iis petition to the 
kinc, I. 'I'-^n: his lalK)rs iu Xi-w 
England, i. ^>-)n: his autoLir ii>ii. i. 
.").■;: 5. 214: assisted Wintrr in 
ejecting C'leeves. i.OO; gave Cam- 
mock jiossessiou of his grant, i. 
47: 3- 12. lo. •_':.".'; form' rly set- 
tled Bradshaw. i. •'):;, .'>•'), ."<:'.:;. ."^U; 
arrived in Ainerira. i.-")"./); 2.i'i>»t; 
governor of I'iscataqiia. i. '}■]». 
b'-j-i; 2. 07. 0<h; 3. 12; returned 
to Enudaud. i. •"•;/'. tiO: 2. 0>h; 
said to have had no jx.wer to 
grant land to Dradshaw. i. .■■..]4; 
attempted to reach Lake Cham- 
plain. 2. 07, O-^n; the cause of his 
f.tilure. 2. 07-Os; why lie <lid not 
vi.-.it Winthrop, 2. <■.■>(/; gave.'^hurt 
formal possession of I'emaijuid. 5. 
214: mentioned. 9. .Oos. 
Neander. .lohaim A. W., 7. 432. 
Niari'U's. Thomas ?'itz. 3. O'Jn. 
Neashawanak. 3. .Jl'.t. 
Neck cove. the. 9. l-'.O. 
Neiktauaewitt. 3. 41.5. 
Neck, the, of Falmouth, own. d by 
Feter Bowdoin, i. 27<'', ol^: Ijusi- 
ness transferred to. i. J70: num- 
ber of families at. i. 2"~''>; John 
Carney lived at, i. 30S; Tii.i'idens 
Clarke lived at, i. 30^;, 3l'0; Fs.iac 
Davis lived ni-ar. i. 3')0: Jacob 
Freeze owned land on. i.3iO, ;'-;0; 
Timothy [..indell jjundia-t d land 
on. i.3il; James Marimr owned 
laud on, i. 313, 3-'l; Johi; .<kill- 
ingb owned land on, i. 31.j; Capt. 



lor. 



^lAlN'K TIlSTOinCAL SOCir.TV 



XiH-k, tli<\ of I'alnionth — conf imiod. 
Kilwaril I'yii',' owinii lau 1 nii. i. 
81."»-;>l(i, •';■-'_: (iior.ire llianihull 
lived «'ii. I. •■;!'.': M<.plun r>'>n!i- 
iii-au live 1 oil, I. .ll'.t; h.>iiu> of 
l;i(liaid r.roadriiiui.-, i. :"• i'.i; Sil- 
vaiins Davis lived mi. i. :)-j^: 
lnuiii' ot C.'oriii. r.uirouulis, . i. 
;]-j(i: lionif of Tlio:nas CI.mc,'. i. 
."•JO; lionu" of Homy IlarsviMil. i. 
oL'U; John .loiu's lived on. i. ;'.J1: 
lionie of Kolii'it Lawreinf. i.:;_'l: 
Tetor Morroll lived at. i. :;-Jl : 
Kul.ort MMiTell li\ed at. i. :;•_'! ; 
Fraiii'Ls Nichols lived at. i. iljl ; 
home of I'laiieis .letVeiies. i.;',-_'l; 
home of .Tosepli IIo l-edon. i. :;_'!; 
lionie of .loliii Nieholsen, i. :'.•-'_: 
home of ,]<>!uit.lrm Onis, i. :;jl': 
homo of .lolin Palmer, i. :'.-'-; 
home of \\'illiim Pearee. i. :.:.'■_'; 
home of IHehard Seaei>inl>. i. :'.i'i' : 
slaves !uld nii. 7. l'-^. -I.': men- 
tioned. 3. iV'. ■J-Jl: 4- !!•"": 5. 1^'.'/*. 
the, of Sheepseot, 4. Jll. -M^. s^i- 

Xeeodeliaut, 2. •_';'■■">. 

Neddoek. detinition of, 4. 107. IMl. 

Needlinm. , ^laiUed land at Wells, 

I. .''40-:J41, o"iJ: his name not on 
tlie leeords, i. o'j'>. 
Mass . 2. 14".. ® 

Kcemoon. 4. l"i">. 1():1. 

Ncf, L"Isle il.\ nauied by Chamidain. 
7. •J'V-'r. ntiw Monhe;,^an, 7. -<>■). 

Negaasqua, deed to the Ali;eis, 3. 27- 
2S. 

Nejzas, 4. 1"~^: 7. HI. 

Negroes, a kind of lish. 3. It2. 

Neguasea';^. see Xegiiasset. 

Neguaseag. home of Koldnhood, 2. 

Kceuasset. 2. I'.iO, 202. 207. 2:3oh. 

falls. 2. I'.il. 
Xegun<i".it, Ji>lin Wadlcigli owned 

land at. i. ;l"'7. 
Ne-heth-a\v-a. the. lived at Hudson's 

bay. 6. l'7o; same as the <^cliipa- 

\vas. 6. ■_'70. 
Ncibuhr, P.irtlmld. Gorcr'.. 4.00. 
Nekekowaniioek, dehnition and deri- 

vati<m of. 4. I'JO. 
Nele, Atfte, 5. ^^. 
Nelson family. 6. 21. 
Lord Horatio. 7. 404. 
John, sent wine to Pontagoet. 7. 

i"j(); complained of Palmer and 

West, 7. 51 : a prisMner in (Quebec, 

7. r.l: 8. l!'2/(; sent a letter to 
Boston, 7. 'U, f.2: imi)ri<"ned in 
France. 7. 'i'-': abs.-nt fi-uni li-pme 
eleven years, 7.<''i': 8. I'.'i'/i: a Bos- 
ton merchant. 8. l^'.". I'.i^n: a 
nejdiew of Sir Thomas Temple. 

8. r.'2;(: an enemy of Andross. 8. 
V.i2/>; married a dau^ liter of ^>ir 
John Temple, 6. I'J; inentioned, 
5. SO; 7. G'J. 



MehilaMe. married Pobeit Temido, 

6. 1'-.. 
Walkins A To., sent a car^o to St. 
Castine, 8. 1>"^. l.s'.i; eaii^o seized, 
8. r.'O; ear-o released, 8. IVI; 
.lohn N(lsi>n a member eif the 
liiiu. 8. 1'.'2//. 
\emmad_een, 3. 412. 42ii, 427. 
Nejuess. Lake, I. ."'OS. :,\:',. 

NeptonlK>ve;r. 7. ^, 1"-. 
Xe]d\ine. Hidian chief, 7. s, 14, IS, 20, 
21. 22. 
,Tolm. 7. 10.*). 
NetpiamkeaL''. 4. 107. 
Neipiamkee river. 8. 207;). 
Ne(lirimkike. 4. 107: delinition of. 4. 
I'M): 8. •J04;(; bound. iry of the 
I'lymMuth company. 8. ."Ul. 
falls. 8. 204: now Taeonic falls, 8. 
204/i: iiKiriinied. 2. 27o; 8.241. 
Xeipiasset. 4. I'i7. ■-.'2. 
Xesaiiumbnit. 4. \')'). !'">:!. 
Xesket. 7. »;. 
Xesmit'i. .lames. 4. ;VJ4. 
Xessa.wa.kamiuhe. deiiniton of, 6. 21:'; 

the viTnge ot. 6. 21:1. 
X^etherlaiid coinage. 6. 12:h(. 
Netherlands, the. 6. VCn: 7. l-")!. 

the king of the. 8. 4.">, 4G. 4'.», 5(); see 
I Dutcii kini;, the. 

■ Neutral island, formerly .St. rroix. 6. 
j 17'i/); a chapel erected on. 6. 17-"/(; 

settled by Hu^^uenot^. 6. 17."»/'; 
fornii'rly Holy Cross. 7. L'.')l; held 
bv Capt. I'lastiner, 7. ;J14; men- 
i tioned, 6. 174/i: 8. Ml 7. 

i Neutrals, the French, distribution of, 
I 3. 17t'./(: 6. ■.]:yj-:'A:l 

1 Nevada. 9. 24i'.. 

Neven. . 8. :)2!t. 

I Nevins, . his dau'^hter the first 

I (ddld born in Bakerstown. 2. 111. 

j Newagen. early settled, 2. >u/i; dc- 

! scribed, 2. SCo. 

; New .Vmsteniam, 7. l-'^O. 

' Bedf(n-d. 4. 2."). :;04. 

Boston, 2. l."/.i: 8. 2';i;; now Gray. 8. 

! ^'''''■ 

Briins-.viidc. part of granted to Sir 
William Alexander. 7. l'7: violated 
the treaty with the Inited Stales, 
8. C/2, (■).")-(;•;, ~|^.^; mentioned, i. 7:', 
410; 2. -^Oa: 4. IHO: 6. 210, 2:;'"-, 
27:;, .•;:J5, ;;02; 8. 7, 14, b"., )'.'. 2<>, 
2!i. ;37, :'.-•. -j'l. 411, 44. 4-'j, .'>1, :.i'. ■>>'), 
M. O'.i. 7.:. 7^. 70, SI, >4, s.-), ^;^ 
lu_', lo;5, loil, ;J17, 4.'/.»; 9. 101. 
Newbiiiu'h, owned by Gen. Knox, 9. 

Newbury, hoiiK- of Pi. hard Dumiiier, 
I. -i'lii ; home of John and Xalhan- 
iel Danford. i. -'/S.]; peoph; from 
settled in Limerick, i. :i27; the 
(diurehes of met in couneii at 
WelU, I. :M.->; Kdward (Jreenicaf 
died in, i. ;j."j2/<; Aruohrs .sick 
Boldiers to be soul to, 1.401*; Tiii- 



IXI1EX TO COLI.r.( TIOXS. 



ip: 



tinm Coflin croi^tod a house in. 4. 
240; liuiiio of the C'.>llin>. 4. iMl : 
tilt' Kcv. V;iul Collin iiiviti<l to 
jiroacli ill. 4. L'.'iO: mcntiiUKd. i. 
0-1/1, -l<W; 2. 1;;^: 3. ir,l. 1--0,,. -jui. 
i;i.'0, i'-_'i, -Min: 4. i':;:.. •_';;'.';). l'io. 
'J4-2, •-'.'.•-'. LiU. -•(;•"). HIT. --'7:;. :.'•.'■<, 
20',». ;MI. :>'.!. .'UT. ••;•"> 1. ."mJ. •'.'.■T: 5. 
xxxii; 6. .".s„. ;;,<:]. :;s(i. ^mf; 8. I'^l : 
9. 'J."i: the ni>!<>ry <>{, sf_v Cnuiii. 

Acudcmv. 4. .'ST-''- 

fall-;, 2. i.!<: 4. i'4l'/i. 

stivrt, i:jim>ir. 7. •'». 

■\Villi;iiii, ^;;ive tlu' 11:11110 to Xew- 
bury"s point. 3. 14l': n liuiittr, 3. 
]4i'; bioLMapliical notice of, 3. 
2-'0; inciuionoi], 3. hUi. 
Kc"\vl)ury"s ]>oint, naiiR'il for W'illitini 
Newbury, 3. 142; called rine 
point, 3. I'L'o. 
Kewbuiyimrt. the Ih'v. .Timathan 
Grceiihaf hoin in, i..';"il: .lames 
McCoriiiic sent to, i.4iiT: Arnold 
at, I. 4'.>-"J, i")02; an armed rhip 
built at, 2. 247; Theopiiilus lirad- 
bnry moved to, 5. 4 1.'!/); Pie^by- 
terian ehureli escablished ar. 6. 
ol-:''"-': the Itev. John Murray at, 
6. U'll, ](■>"., ir,4-li;ri; me!itii,)ned. 
I. iii;4. "jill: 2. I'oO; 3.L'l."i: 4. L'-^'.')). 
2<JS, :;i:3: 5. 2:)i', 41-^. 4-.':;: 6. ;;;!. 
34, 1.":]. ir,.;. ir,:,. :;:,:,. :;.;■_'. 401;: 7. 
227, 2;!"). ■.]•■■<: 9. 142/(. 17-^, isl, 
]S2: the IIi>torv of, .s". ^mitli, 
:Mr>. K. \'ale. 
Kew Casco. home of .lames Andrews,!. 
yi'.i; of Elisha Andrews, i.;;i'.i: (.f 
Ebenezer Davenjiort. i. .']l'o: c)f 
Thoma.s Felt. i. .^Jo; <.f .J(ist'])h 
Holmes, i.;;21: of Samuel I'ike, 

1. ;J22; of William lio.uers. i. 012 ; 
of John and Lfuis Tneker. i..')22; 
of Nathanitl Whartf, L.li'o; a boy 
taken prisoner at, 4. 1 •">•"<: slaves 
held at, 7. 214; mentioned. 4. :>J2. 

Castle, formerly Cieat inland, i. 
214; 6. IsO; Uobert .lordan moved 
to, I. 214: 6. l-'.o .s trail .lordan 
resided at. i. •_':'i4/(: hom<" of lii>\)- 
ert .Jordan jr., i. 'S-','>ir. rhe fort 
at dismantled, i. 2'.il : home of 
Lewis Tueker jr.. i. ;;i"i: called 
Dartmouth, 2. 2.';2; 4. 22 1: incor- 
porated, 2. l'!l'; the In !ian name 
of, 2. 'S4'J: land at '.^raiitfil to .loiin 
Mason. 2. i.'->2: the lu'ople of to 
relinquish their rights to the state, 

2. '^'.rJ: iKime of .James Ij.diinson, 

3. 2»;/). 80; the iJiitidi at>einpted 
to S'-ttle near. 4. 2 1S: so named 
by th(! commissioners. 4. -jsJ: or- 
i;:in of the name. 4. 222; Stcjihen 
C alef cl.iimi'd land in, 4. 2:;o; tiie 
]Jev. .\le.\ander iJoy'l I"i:i< hed in, 
6. '.j',; the itev. Itoinrt iJuniap 
preached in. 7. -"'m: iiHTitioin-d. 2. 
22U, 2:34, 2:J7; 3- -1^; 4-i^li,--l; 



5. xxi.242: 6. 74. iri'; 7. T^r,; g 
It'.t;, l(;7, ISO. -.o.-,. -jiio. ;;;il; 9. ](•,<); 
.v( , .\t",v Dartmouth. 

Ca.vtle. county of. 8. ••;20. 

Castle. Duke" of. 6. ;'.:;i. ;'.27 ; 8. .^OS. 

Chester. 4. 2'.'.'), 2'.m'i. 

Newcoiub. .ii'shua. 4. :;7;;-;m4. 

Nt \\ 1 Jauu'iiiK- cove, i.'^o.: 2. 172. 
Dniiiiouth. a sur\ey to In- ni.e!,' ,i(. 
I. i.'7'.': 5. IOC: callnl N\ w ( '::>iK-. 2. 
2;;2; 4. •_'21; 7. ."<7: I'cli'.ion of the 
lieoj)le of. 5. '.i."<-loo: 7. i.")7; 
<:ranted to setlhrs by .Io.-,>lvii. 5. 
5<."i. '.10; boiindaiiis of. 5. '.i.")-','i, ; 
desired a patent Iroiu Don-aii, 5. 
5»7: disturbed by otiicr i laimants, 
5. 07-'.i'.t: objected to ('apt. .Man- 
niii'_r. 5. '•''.': disired a name foi 
their town. 5. O'.i-loii; (;,)dd:>rd in 
command oi th<' fort iu. 5. loii; 
IJroekhoh'S seized as a rr.dtor iu. 
5. :>04; nearly destroyi li. 5. ;!'.'4, 
;>;'.'); Indians at. 7. ."m: naiiiiii, 8. 
iMi; nu'ntioned. 2. l';'."). :::;<i: 4. 
22.".. 2:;i; 5. .".s, ,-.,;. s7. ;.4 ; a. 1J^^. 
Durham, i. .■;2S; 4. :;o4 ; -j.-ssi. 

Xewell. Samuel. 3. -V-j'^. 
Walter, i. '.VM. 

New Kn^land. characteristics of the 
early settlers of. i. 0: g. 171-172; 
so named by Caj.t. .John Smith, i. 
;]1 ; 2. ;;•">(/; 5. U'<:. ■.]:;-; 7. bJ.'.; 
Smith's ]>roposed second voyai;e 
to. I. ."Jl; 2..".ih;: ,a stroui:' impulse 
<;ivcn to the colonization of. i.;);;; 
the lirst ]iermanent settKinent; in. 
I.;;;); Lon^' Island ordered to tind 
four men to alimd the L;ii\'ruor 
of. I. ;]4; Capt. Robert Gorui s <;ov- 
ernor of. i. oAn. lo'.i; 6. l^H; ;im 
increased intercouise \vith. i.;)-'; 
a ]iroclamation to jaevent abuses 
iji. I. :]■'»; lands injiranted to Pur- 
chase and AVay. i.4<i„; I^^vctt <jb- 
taiiied a <;rant in. i.4i//: 2.40a; 
iJoni.irhtoii. Lewis and \'ine> went 
to. I. 44: Cajit. NCah's labors in, 
I. .j;</( ; Sir i\riiin:iiido doi'jes 
appointed <:o%ernor of, i. -:3: 2. 
iy-)<i: the Lord I'rotector asked to 
assist i;iL;by in the settlenu-nt of, 
I. 07; Gorues interested iu the 
colonization of. i. 100; 2. h'>a\ 
striitness and laxity in. i. 1.">.S; 
Joseph Dudley president of. i. 
27.J; Andross jrovernor of. i.l'74; 
5. 2ti4-20.">; 7. ^)'.): po]>ul:t;ion of, 
in PIS'.t, I. -jst;,,: John Whecl- 
wiii:ht returned to. i.:.44//: Col. 
Thomas Temi'le a friend of. i. 
.>'.i~; Samuel ')ia\fii.k. a com- 
missioner of. I. :J'.i>; a h'ftrr on 
the aifairs of. i. :j'.is-;;:i'.<; com- 
missioners sent to. I. ;!'''.i; 2. '')•>/; 
Abenakis expedition a;."ain>t. i. 
4M; the jrovernor of treat'-d with 
the lndian.s, i. 4;J4; the boundary 



108 



MAIXK iriSTORICAL SOCIKTY 



New Enprland — confiimoil. 

of moved l.y tlie oiMKjuost of 
Aradiii, i. 4.;."); tlio Imiians iu- 
llaiiK'd nuMiiist. I. 4.'..")— (:;(', ; pro- 
tccliH] by I'oit llaliiax. i. -itJO; 
Gorues" <;ranls in. i. :,.;;;; 2. ola; 
I)e Laofs iiiajM.f. 2. ITi': a rcfu'^re 
foMnalcfaL-tv'r<.2.L'';./: .lolinSmiHi 
■wrote a descriiitimi 0;'. 2. ;;'>;. :;;*((: 
luisiu-cessful atienipr to uive Ewj.- 
V\i.h names to the territory ol. 2. 
o:)a; failure of the seeond attemnt 
to settle, 2. -.VJn: the intiuence 'of 
Massaehu>ett> in. 2. 4J*//*: West 
apjiointed admiral of. 2. 4.)<t: tlie 
Plymouth coumil atteudeil to the 
atYairs of. 2. 4.".-?: .Morrell's Latin 
poem on, 2. 4(i(;: the <-ieo:rraphieal 
fea^iures of, but little understood. 
2. 51a; the eharters of oeeasioned 
Jterplexity. 2. :>l(i-r,-2a: the suc- 
cess of Massaehusetts Bav and 
Plymouth eohniies drew the at- 
tention of the ])eople to. 2. 5:]a: 
a general government proposed 
for, 2. 'y.'iit; the reason why no 
goveTnment was established. 2. 
54a; proliability of Gor.Lrt^s so'wj: 
to, 2.54"-.;o«; Gorges eneouraijeil 
the settlement of. 2. ".0(/ ; the mTnd 
of (iorges temporarily turned 
against. 2. b~,a; he exonerates the 
peojjle from fanaticism. 2. ")Ta: 
Gorges acoused of supporting dis- 
sent, 2. ."Sa; refugees fronrilol- 
land in, 2. 41; the i)rice of oxen 
in, 2. oOn: conditions retjuired of 
people going to, 2. .".!; benefits 
dL-riyed from the colonization of. 
2.01; defended. 2. ".14; lari^e lish- 
ing in. 2. 9',h>, lUo. 104; 3. (i; 5. ; 
loo; situation of the natives in, 2. ; 
1'5T-10S; the Pequods the mo.^t 
warlike tribe in. 2. lOli; Cammock ' 
arrived in, 3. 1l'; Ilenrv Jor-elvn 
arrived in, 3. ;j4 ; settlements 'in 
named for j. laces in Enu'land. 3. 
47-48; the lir^t of the Libbys in. 
3- OS; Jocelyn's valuable 'book ; 
upon, 3. s.j: excited over the sur- 
render of Canada, 3. 177: propor- 
tion of deaths in. 4. 17: ilallow- 
ell to furnish li(iu<us for. 4. 41;; 
colonized by a people. 5. Us; 
Pema.piid to be attached to. 5. 
1-U; 7. ]oU: the origin of the 
pnnciijh.s of the Unite<l .States. 7. 
14'J: various names given to the 
coast of. 5. iTj.l, i:,:>,t. ir,i;„: lencrth 
of the coast of. 5. 1.^.;,,; the lirst 
of her illustiious d. ;ul. 5. l.j>: 
tlie history of. early tinctured < 
with PurltaniMu, 5. 1i;m; tlie name '■ 
of juoposed by Cabot. 5. I.;^,,; 
the coast of divide! into tim-e 
portion'^. 5. ]»;:.; the ];atenlces, 5. 
IGU; land in purch.ised by Jen- ' 



nens and Sheffield. 5. 170; (he f-r.-t 
written conveyance of real e-uue 
in. 5. 171: the lir^t mention ,,f 
goats iu the annals of. 5. IT:,-,, • 
the coast of. given to iiiiMonrs,' 
5. 177: early settlements oii i],,'; 
I'oast of, 5. ls;5; uncert.iin that 
John Pierre ever was in. 5. 1^4 
John l!rown"s purchase of J'enr\- 
'piid a memorable event in the 
annals of. 5. isi;; Joim Proun 
sent over by Pierce and J( nneii< 
5- P'l: the lirst hostile lleei lilted' 
out from. 5. i?0.'); the lirst ll.ii,' of 
piracy on the coast of, 5. •?(>:,; 
alarmed by the cession of Acadia 
to Fiance, s-il."); would not have 
been what she is except for Laud, 
5. 1'17: an enemy to F.piscoj)acy] 
5- -17: the political toast of. "5*. 
1'17; ships prohibited from sailing 
to. 5. :?:.'•_>: number of peojde and 
shii)s that came in l(i;'.!t. 5. ss-); 
council orders relatinu' to. s-~-^'n\ 
liberty a spontaneous growth in.' 
5---^: enjoyetl the frieniishi)) of 
the home government. 5. i';;i; 
Massachusetts engrossed the trade 
of, 5. -J:;!', L'Mi'n ; fears of her break- 
ing from English rule, 5. 1'4.")-l>47; 
Indian hostilities began in. 5. i':>0; 
ruled by Louis xiv. 5. L'l'.ti; the 
soldiers of umlev Pai>ist officers. 
5. -'n'.». 27(): to be under the French, 
5- ^(o; her ])oi)ulation thinned by 
lier defensive policy, 5. I'^i ; n- 
solved on war with the French. 5. 
2S1: her condition broueht to the 
notice of the Lords of Trad t-. 5. 
2'J(>: naval stores sent t.) Ene-lami, 
5- -"■^*'^": the grants of the I'ly- 
niouth Company the basis of the 
settlements in, 5. ;Jss; the most 
beautiful coast visited i>v early 
explorers, 5. ;;44, :)4o; colonization 
might have changed if I'opham's 
C(dony had settleil elsewhere. 5. 
oo2; the Scotch-Irish tried to set- 
tle in. 6. 10; not liked by t!io 
Scotch-Irish. 6. l':!; Congregation- 
alism fastened on, 6. l"j; the Pres- 
byterians of merged into other 
sects, 6. ;;0. ;^1 ; .Maine the strong- 
hold of Presbyterians in. 6. ;iL'; 
the first Presbytery formed in, 6. 
.'>'■>: the coast of early vi>ired. 6. 
17;J, 174; service of the Jlnglisii 
church held in, 6. 17">. IT-".//; the 
first established worshij) iu. 6. 
l~i)n: the lir>t act of reli'jious 
homage in, 6. 177; t!ie I'urilans 
nf>t tlie common fathers of all, 6. 
17!»; the first established Episco- 
pal church in. 6. isd; base amlji- 
tion ruling in. 6. 1^7: only livo 
nations of Indians in. 6. ■j\i; the 
first squatters ia, 7. 'M; claimed 



INDEX TO COLLECTION'S. 



19? 



by riijht of possession. 7. 2o, '27; 
To|)1ki'.i)'s oi>lony tlu' lirst occu- 
pants of. 7. 2~: liaTctl .Iiuncs n. 7. 
5;, •■)4: iii'liirnant at the doprcthi- 
tious of Andros in Maine 7. oG, 
f'fjji. ")T;i; lirst attempt to sclilo 
l>yriirht of possession. 7. li",'; the 
consi'liiiation of lu-r colonii's duo 
to Mavorick, 7. l.")(i; to l>o consoli- 
dated under one mivernnient. 7. 
15s; 8. I'.il ; Andro> appointed 
povernor of, 7. l">s; g. r.'l: Pcnia- 
quid to be attached to, 7. l")'.!; 
hated Andros. 7. l.")0: three early 
act.s of nian-stealinir in, 7. 210; 
Boston tlie nieti-oi>i>lis of. 7. l'Io; 
the iirst Freewill IJaptists in, 7. 
222; first called New France. 7. 
247; movements made ft)r the 
actual possession of. 7. L".'4: the 
discovery of Peinaqnid an initial 
period of tlie history of, 7. 2'.i4; 
the tirst religious service in tlie 
En<xlisb tonirue on the main land. 

7. .jOi'; soil of set ai>art for Em:;- 
lish homes hy civil ami reli'j;ious 
laws, 7. :V\-J: Pemaquid one of tlie 
ten colonies of. 7.;jOs.;;t)'.»: brought 
out of oltscarity, 7. -'j^y-'iu ^jIO; 
English principles tirst took root 
in, 7. :!12: tlie St. Lawrence her 
northern liounilary. 8. 2:1: Louis- 
burgh obnoxious to. 8. ll'J: re- 
ceived but little aid for the expe- 
dition to Louisl>urL:. 8. 11'.'; wheat 
scarce in. 8. 122. l-j): alarmed by 
tlie sailing of the French lleet. 8. 
I2.j; the charter from the <_'ouncil 
the authority for all land titles in, 

8. 2i>i; the "last of tlie old forts 
in, 8. 2>:'; dislike of IJoman Catho- 
lics in. 8. ;]0('. ; cliagriiie<l at the 
return of territory to the French, 
8. 31.'j; Parliament never estab- 
lished a custom-house in. 9. 4*5, 54; 
mentioned, i. :>/', lo.j, ii^;, l4tj, 
154/i, 174, 17o. 2:;';. 2<;4. :].">2. 0S5, 
4<W. 404. .'joo, 54:]. :,:d. :>'ji: 2. 7, S, 
29, ?.4, 37. :;;•. 42. 44. 44(7. 4.'.. 40. 00, 
C7, 71. 70'(, 7^". 7'.'. M. '.'S. 101. 



100, 1>2, l'.";7. 
200, 207, 274; 
100?i. 1S7, 2:'t.). 
3]!t. :j24, :]2.-,. 
3:30, :M7. :;:;•'. 
3*'4, 30r. 



3- 40. 



:]M, -.n- 



•;i. ::';;.'. L'04. 
70, ln_'. 112. 
4-<. L'.'.s. ;JlN„. 



;]02, 

5Vi}, 4<)l', 411, 412. 410. 4K»,' 421, 
422, 424. 44.5; 4. 7'.*, 12:',, 145, 100, 
101, 104, 1C<, 21s, iijj, :;:35; 5. xxii, 
xxxvii. xl/,. Hi. 4. 0. 10. S.',. l:)l. 
145, 170, 177, 1>:5. -04, I'O^. -o'.<, 
210, 210. 224. -J-M, -S-'.-Jn. 2:17. 2:;'.', 
270/i. 2>'.>, :io;J, :;',i:J. :;'.'7, 4:;7: 6. 15. 
112, 11% 17u. 171'. L'lo. LM1.2I2. L'i:;. 
214, 2:;i, 2:52. -J.r,, -:;■<. S-',:'.. 1^4-. 
24:>, 2.50, 257, 'jO'j. 27:;, ;i25, ;;20, 
S27, o^S, 32i>, 3G2, 307, 306, 3i5, 



304, ;W, 427; 7. 5. 40, 53, CI, G:^, 

loiii, 131, i:;3/i, i;;;'. 143, \v.\ \m, 

152, 155. 205. 227. 2')5,i. 2".'.'. 3i>l. 
3lO)i; 7. bO, 110. l.3i\ 144, 15o, IM^ 
27:5, ;;02. ;)o::. 342. :)\\\ ;!.".o, 3('-l, 
372. 403, 404, 417. 47'.i; 9. 11. 21. 
23;(, 27, 3!t, 40. 54. 55. 50. u:>„. 07, 
124. i:'.ii. !:;•.'. 15'.'. 210. 2-'5. 2:'.l, 

;Ui:;. :;o4. :;oi/,. :>m;. ;;ii),. 312. 31:;/;. 



'.0. 



:U0 



Acomut of a \'oyage to. sec .los- 
selyn. John, and Levett. Ca;>t. 
Christopher; Chronological II is- 
ti'ry of, sec Prince, the Me v. 
Thomas; Description Concerniicg, 
sf-c Gorges. Sir Ferdinando; (tcu- 
eral History of, .»•<•«• Smith. C,ii>t. 
John; Gooil News from, si c AVius- 
low. 

En_dand Council. S'^e Plymouth 
Comjiany. 

Euuiand Historical and Cenealogical 
Keijister, the. cited, 5. 144, I'.nOi, 
220, 223; 7. i:;5/i, 32n,(, 4^0. 4>1; 
8. 13'.t. 207/(. 402; 9. Ol-'.'-.'. L-:i7/', 
314h, :U'.i// : mentioned, 5. 14>/i ; 7. 
4>4: 8. :'.^0. 40:}. 405. 

F.n2:land triaN. eiled. 5. 170«. 

England Weekly Journal, cired. 9. 3. 

England's Jonah Cast Uj), tlie, cited, 
7. 14r>/j. 

Enuland's Memorial, sec Morton, 
Thomas. 

England's ^'indication, see Gardiner, 
Henry. 

En'2:li;^h Canaan. -see Morton, Thomas. 
Xewlield, granite from. 1.325: home 
of the Ilev. John Adams, i. :;27; 
Freewill Baptists in, i. 32>: men- 
tioned, g. 2:>. 240. 
New Foundland. settled by the Eng- 
lish,:. :)3; called Daccalloas. 2. lOa; 
Sir ilumi)lirey Gilbert undertook 
a voyage to. 2. !'.'<»; Capt. John 
Mason governor of, 2. 47, 4"^; <lis- 
covered, 5. 14S; 7. 20; the Aid- 
worths interested in the coloniza- 
tion of. 5. 140; compared t() Pem- 
aipiid bay, 5. 153: 7. :iUt. 3::"; 
early li.sinn^ at. 6. IT:): called 
Prima Vist.i. 7. 21'.; surrendered 
to the En-li-h. 7. >:); a field of 
Indian wars, 7.:;:;'.!; mentioncl. i. 
4-^1. 517: 2. 20. 30, 30'/; 3. 2'.'5, 
42--: 5. i:;5: 6. 210. 210; 7. 134/i, 
:;.;4: 8. 22>/(: 9. M^. 

Foundland bank lishery. 8. 200. 
France, on DeLaet"s map, 2. ITa: 
the Indian uime of, 4. Ill: vAry- 
nized by the ;;overnment. 5. 14--; 
(Quebec the metropolis of. 5. 17-; 
condition and jjoj.ulation oi, P>7, 
5. 2'.(5-2'.l0; Jesuits Sfatter;-d ov.-r, 
7.5~-: named before .New Knuland, 
7. 247; the disputed own. r.-iiip of, 
9. 102; the basis of the claims, 9. 



200 



MAINE IirSTOKICAL SOCIETY. 



New Franco — oontimio<l. 

It'-J; passc-il mi(]iT tho jniisilic- 
tion of I'laiico. 9. 1 ln; im n:i..iK'il. 
1.41:!; 2. 17". L'l'.c 3. •.',': 6. 17.")/, 
lilts. I'll), L'l--'. L';;;': 7. -js. :,•-. 7m. vj". 
24'.), L>t;4. I'tii;; 8. ;;:)(), .mm ; 9. lui'". 

Newgate. 9. o'. 1. 

Ne\vsra\vau..c-ko. in iiclh! of a iiiinis- 
Ut. I. .•','.>7. 

New (;ioiu-c.-tvr. TlioTiias WharlT died 
at, I. li'>/i: >rost's (iroiiilf II inovod 
to, i.:;.".L'; Iiiinie of S.arali Jo:ins..n. 

1. :]'rJii: tlio torritory ,i:nuirid to 
the i.copli' c)f C:\\K' Ann and (Glou- 
cester. 2. I.-)l : t.-rnis of ilu> -luur, 

2. 1.j2; Ijist atlcnijir to .-^ettl,'. 2. 
l."")2.- boiiiitios oiVfrcd to setil.is. 2. 
loi'; fort l)uilt, 2. l.'^i': tho liist 
settler."^, 2. l.").-): incorponurd. 2. 
I">4; population of, 2. I.')4. ]^1: 
lirst Indian corn raised in. 2. ;.".■): 
tlie animals and soil of. 2. l.',t;; 
ye<xetatii->n of, 2. l."ii!-l.")7: ndiL;- 
ioiis soeii'tics of. 2. l.'S; troulire 
with (he Pejepsror olaiiiis. 2. '.".'.i; 
boundaries settled. 2. l.'.'.i: la-i-ls 
regularly laid our. 2. ir.l-loi': the 
nio.st easterly settlement in 17>ii). 
4-_ J-J; the llfv. Paul Colhu in. 4. 
3.5."); a rich town. 4. .";.").",— ■;.".! '.: P'ree- 
will i;ai)tist chureh in. 7. !'-■_' ; 
oonimon .-^(diools in. 8. l-'.s; mtn- 
tioned, 2. ]]:]. lir,. ip.t. i-.'^). j^^.-,, 
ISO; 4. ;;7>, 4u;]: 5. xxxiv. xU: 7. 
2l'0; an aceount of. bv I.-suae Par- 
sons, 2. I.^j]-1(!4. 

Hamj. shire, first settlement in. i. 
S-'}, ;)(■,; 2. 4^./)). .■c'-/. -•J,t: urante.l 
to 3Iass.. r.N]; 2. tU'f: the lakes 
of a roadway for Indians, i. ;j:j:J; 
solicited tlie town to aj. point a 
commission to settle the dillirul- 
ties with M iss., i. 17:;; Massaeiui- 
seUs" jurisflietion over annulled. 
I. ?.J>; settled by men fr.)m Mass.^ 
2.(}\n,r,l,,n; willing- to Ije under 
tiie jurisdiction of\Mass.. 2. nia: 
7- i'>-: named by (•ai)t. .b.hn .Ma- 
son. 3. ;]l ; sent S(ddiers to Louis- 
bur-h. 3. !']'.<: shielded from -rasp- 
in;,' .Mass., 4. 70: j^eople from set- ' 
tie in Maine. 4. si), >;•. s4: letter to ! 
the council of from (iov. IJon(^'ln, , 
5- M-!)J; homo of John lirown. 5. ; 
P.'l; frequented bv Frenchmen. 5. 
lUln; Scot( h-Irish .settle in. 6. li': 
Qu.aki-rs diiven from. 7. l'-jm; ^,.|,. 
arated from Mass.. 8. i".0: .J, dm 
Cutt iroveinor of. 8. i".».". : o\'.nc<l 
part of the i<l,. ,,f .Shoals. 9. ;:;i.7/i; [ 
mentioned, i. 100. 1.-^4. j.-,.-, v;4j' 
315, :jL's, ,-^40, .000. :,'■)[. 2. ] 1 1, 114! 
14.">, MS. ls>.;, 2'.i-_': 3. so !>;•' j,;,; 
ns, ]7ft, LMi, 211. I'lii .';;',7 .-'i' 
324, .3JS, :wj. :;vo. ;;.^>, ^j,,; 4J./ 
41G, 41:.), 4-1, 4;:.-.. 44L': 4. 7.-. l.V» 
ICl, I0.J, ifj-,^ lut;^ i^7^ jv,., i;;.,,^ • 



1 2S0». 2SIh, 2A:^i>, 2^0;, o-.-. 

: :',]■■'.. ■.V2i),:V2\.:-)A-2: 5. xxill. xxxiv'" 

x.\x\ii, xli. xhiii. 11. 1\„. ]^\\\ .,•; 
274, ;)r.]: 6. 1:;. r.-2. n:,. :;»;. ;;7" -7' 
;"s„. t;s. Til. k;;,. ],;;,. iv,i_ [v^./iv;;' 
ixi. L07. -;-. 1;:;;,. -:,;. w,,_ .-,; 
2:.l. ::.•;. i^:,7. :;7;h 41-: 6. ::■»;: 7. 
•'■'.'. L'-':.', L-_'7. .•".! >■-;(. 41'.'. -fv); 8. .- 
!»2. 117..,. 11:1, iL't;. IL'S. !:;n. 1i;o. p.,," 
2-0. -J.-,„. -.Ml'. 1:".M. •.■.'.".. L". r.. .■■,.7' 

' ."lOL'. .-in.-,. :;u;», ;;p). ;;,;>. i:„i: g. i.^i' 

1>L'. uuo. L':;;». IMS; lii..tory of, ...,• 
Ikdkna]!. .Jeremy. 

Ilampsldre Historical Scici^tv, 4. .">• 
7-4M. 

Hampshire Provincial Papers, cited. 
9. .'.oil/i, :^(v.)n. 

n im;.;on Literary Institute. 9. lMo. 

Harbor. .lohn i;i,rv\ii at. i. ;;(;; 2. 
•"'(>,;. >7,,. : .■vt. ('a..stiue at, 2. •j4o; 
destroyc.l. 4. I'-j;;. L'.",;]; ]H lition of 
; the inhabitants of. 5. 1:17: eail\ 

namcil. 7. l:J:;; included in I\ ina- 
(pud. 7. ;]0'.i, :lL'i': trade fountlc.i 
at, 7. ;;i'l': mentioned. 2. l'.'J7; 5. 
20. -.'(IS. .-li'ii, ;]L'7; 7. (•,.-,. 

Haven. 4. i:(;4; 5. 2.;;]; 6. ^nn, -iV-r. 
9. ••:r.". :]'■,-,. 

Hillsboro. i. .j(>]. 
Xewicdiwano.k, home of .lohn Win- 
cidl. I. 177: now P.ciwic k. 2. (U,;: 
definition and derivation of, 4. 
li'O: t^)uakers at. 7. L'l'o. 

river, a boundary of the Province of 
Maine. 2. 70. L'.",7. -.'->, L'Ol ; iieury 
Jocelyn settled on. 3. ;i.j. 
Newin^ton. 3. i.'i:'.): 5. h/i. 
New l].s\vi. h. 4. ;;7;;. 

Ireland. A ineiican loyalists to settle 
in, 7. -(11: oriLTimted in 17s(>. 7. 
201, -JO.;; oilicers named for the 
ffovernuK'nt of. 7. 201 ; opipost^d 
by ^Veddelburn. 7. I'oi: territory 
to be so called, 7. 1:01, l'oj; teni- 
tory described. 7. l'ii:;-:.0.', ; a rare 
book ii],on. 7. L'O."). L>oi;: men- 
tioned. 6. .;.";4: Pioposed ProvilKC 

of. by .Joseph Williamson. 7. I'c'.'- 
200. 
.Jersey, home of f'apt. Oi:den. i. 
41)1: home of Aainn Purr, i. 41'7. 
JiOO; the charter for L'i\cn to tlie 
Duke of York. 5..;: the .Scoteli- 
Irish settled in. 6. '.>: Pk sbyterian 
churches established in, 6. ;;o: is- 
sued Copper coinaire, V-U'r. passed 
under the p;nudish. 7. l.",4; lur- 
nisiied )irovisi(ms for tlie exix-ili- 
tion to (Miebec. 8. 1 10: mentioned. 
2. i'7J: 5. '): 6. 41_': 8. !.";_', 4.;o; 9. 
].^2, L'41. 

Jersey Historical .Society. 4. .7; 5.2/). 

Jerusalem < huicii in Path. ?.. -jlS. 

Light-, the. in J'rovideiice. 4. l'OS. 

London. 2. I l.'j ; 7. ;;.;.">, 4;;i'. 

London conference, 7. I'js, 
Newiiuin, John, sigued the treaty of 



IXDKX TO COLLF.CTIOXS. 9()} 

nin. 6.'2'yC,: liisnutouiiph, 6. 2.J0. i-urt of Uio rooonls i)ro-i.Mv.<l. 2. 

llu' lUv. .l.-lm ilfiuy, 8. 4'.'!.'. :,:;.(; (lie iiaiiio than-..!, 3. ";;i; 

MaitlKW. 5. I'.'-J. <;..vvrnin.'nf on;;uii/.'(i. 3' I'.ii; 

the lU'V. :>,nmul P.. S. I'.H. \ ci'imiiissii.ncrs \>(, 3. ;_;(•>; incii- 

Ca}>t. . liis sKiuji caiituiicl, 3. linnetl. i. .")4:;: 3. ].;, 14, 

.■)J.«, :;4i">. ! "XcwsiiiiH-r. onlv one taken af lilirU 

Pn.f. . 5. xlix. I'oiut. 3. -n.-,: ,v:i.l ii.un ti;e iiuot^ 

Now MaiMclica.l. 2. l.MV 3. ITl/i. iii.:-li.)n>r .-i.i.<. 3. -ju:,. 

Xcwir.aivli. .loliii. ^imu'd tliu jutition Xew limii. 2. ::.".>. 

oflTl-'.. 6. L'.')."); his auiMuraiih, 6. N\\,!i'n. a iiiiiic tiivfii to a jiart cT 

-•'•'• MaiiK', I. iV.'/i. 

tlic IJov. John, settled in Kittery, 5. England. 3. iV.hi. 

liv- . ' \ Mass.. 2. 144: g.:V)^ii. 

Xewniaiket. 4. 2(',:.. inT: 6. :V_'. ! Knsi-n. . 8. i:iT. l:l'.>. 

Xew >[eado\vs. 2. I'TT: 3. -JOS j Xewt.mn. destinved hv the FioneI\. 5. 

Meadows river. 2. :.MS, I'L'O, 2^;]; 3. | .•]!t4, ij'.i:); nienti..ii('d. 5. lo-;. I-JT. 

ol'>: 8. -JL'ti/i. L'OS. j Xew ^ iew of Lon<lon. liicd. g. ',~„. 

Mexico, 9. lM:.. 24(3. | Yinevard. tlie IJev. I'anl c .fiin in, 

Milfurd. 6. .ni. 1 4. .-Jin. -n. .-jiio; settled l.v jM-oi.Je 

Xetherland.-.. on Del.aet's map, 2. tioin Martha's Vineyaid". 4. ;;il; 

ITc; the troubles witli tlie trade ' f^rowrii of. 4. o'.n!: mention. -d, 4. 

at, the cause of war. 7. 140: the :)■'/■). :V.]t). :]4-_'. ■'A-). :W''>. '■','.>',. 

reduction of. 7. 14S: theory of tlie York city, the Kev. Joniflian r;roon- 

eovernnient of, 7. l.jt)-i:>l ; Eos- | leaf m"ovc<l to. i.:;:,l',/: \Va-!iini;- 

lish laws easily enLrrafted on. 7. , ton inaugurated in. 4. •'.;; : Pi.-l/v- 

151; mentioned. 2. :<■,(/; 7. 14o; 8. ' terians in. 6. ;;o: im n;io:i,,d, 'i. 

184; 9. :;4'.t. i ]i);i„. .-r_'s, :,-..i: 2. :'.[„. 7'.'". I'l-: 4. 

Orleans. 3. -oT: 4. 10; 8. -22:]. i 2.-., 2<'.t/(: 5. 14^. 1 I'.i. IT".. ITT. ITs, 

I'lymoiuh. Settled, 5. 1 s.l ; ahsorlicd 440; 6. I-'jT. :',:,i;. ;;!is. :',''.<. 4 i7; 7. 

hy Mass., 7. l.-)L': the iialent sent j ]5')yi,2.-^(i. 424. 44o: 8.4.-^:!. 4^ ;: 9. 71. 

to, 9. U.S. lL'],;J<;tJ: Peirce nnsuc- York colonial documents. 5. ■_'•')•;..(, 

cessfiil iu Sending- su;>;)lics t(\ 9. ; 2.")7, 2'>~tu. •2'»^ii. 2'i'.>/?, 2'i.".((. -^'Jl',/. 

iL'l; the Anne sent to. 9. 121 ; had i 272», 2Sl)i; 9. lll/(. 

the custody of the i^atent. 9. 121- I Yoi-k coloinal m initsrriiits. 5.11. 1.-,, 

1:^2; the jiatent lost .and found, 9. ' 2:;. i.'4. i".i. :]\. :]:>. 4'i, 4>. '<\<. r,o. 71J, 

122; mentioned, 7. l'."). l'H. ]'.'."); 9. ">:]. >]. ;•."), loo, lol, pi^'. p'l. 107, 

12o, J24. :;i'.»: si-f Plymouth col- 110. Ill, li;;. Il'o, i:;i,,. ];,.;. i.j7. 

ony anil Plynionlh. >iass. i York colonial r.T,,i,!s. 5. 1. i;.; ■;,. 

Xewp(ut, I. lyy,. :]14: 2.140; 3.204; York, colony and province of visitAMl 

4. 20'.i, 27it: 5. Ixi. :',:,:,: 7. 40.'). ' hy the commissioners, i. 174: t'ol. 

Capt. Chiistoplier, to trauspiut a , Xich'ds .governor of, i. l.s :.',<; An- 

colony to Cliesepeake bay. 3. 2'JO; j dros governor of. 274, 2^'.»; 5. .•;'.I4; 

arrived at Jamestown, 5. :j;;4. j 7. ]:,r,: Andros returned irom. i. 

Mercury, the. 5. 1x1. 2'J0\ entered bv the Freneli and 

mountain. 7. i;.;/(. I Indian.s. i. 2'.i7;' Plymouth eol.>ny 

the, arrived in Xew Enirland. 5. 2S9; I almost annexed to. 2. 4l'": (oj. 

to lay olT the River St. Jolin. 5. Donijan ndvernor of. 4. i'_'4 : '_iven 

289; snriendered to the French, to tiie Duke of York. =;. :;. ■_':;.'>; 

2.240: 5. l:;4. -J^i). ■J^\>n, 2'.tn,(. 7. ; cai.tured by the Duicli.'s. -. 24'-; 

G."}, 9. 4;;: juessed into the French 1 7. b'C; restored t<» tlie Kir_di<li. 5. 

Kerviee, 5. i".i0: 9. 4;j. j ;3; 7. l.!.(i; to send a sloop to Maine, 

New Portland, 4. ;J97. | 5. it; Andros endeavored to entice 

Xewry. 6. 0. ( the refuuees of Maine to. 5.25.'); 

Xew .Salislmry, 4. 20G, 207, ;J07, 313, ! refuirees sai<l to ha v.' -one from 

'•>■'-. i Maine to. 5. 2".-<; re]irisintatives 

Scotland. 2. 4s: 5.0,: 8. ISI; 9. 10;], ' sent I0 fiom PcniKiiiid. 5. i:').!; 

10.".; titi Xova .Scotia. , dr-.s(dved fiom tlie uovei nui-nr ot 

Sharon, ineoriKJiate<l. 4. 4o; Paul : Penrupiid, 5. I'O.", : in leauaie with 

Coliin in. 4. :;ii()-;;o7: .Methodists the Iroijnois. 6. L'Sl; (adill ic on 

in. 4. :;07; mentioned. 7. l'77. ' the necessity of the capture of. 6. 

News Lett<-r. tlie, cited. 2. l.!*;. L^s7: the revenues of to 1 



le !!-■ 



New Somersetshire, foi nier name of ! as a jien-ion to the I", arl o; Stir- 
Maine, i. (;."). ;-;]; 2. r, -2 'I -:.'■.) '1 : 3. 31; j lite.', 7. 114; <]i:iir_'ed t.. Knjli-h 
5. xxi; to be governed by A\'in- i rnle "juietly, 7. l^l ; paid but little 
throi>aiid liveotheis. i. •;•;; Ixoind- I attention to tlie i,'overn men t of the 
arics of. CC: * apt. William (;(u-^a-s | east, 7. l.",!); An^lio^ a ;:<m,1 uh\- 
governor of, 2. JO/i, .Jvo:; 3.ol,30; I ernor of, 7. Lj'J; government, of 



202 MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETV. 

New York — ooi\timio<l. | Elizabotli. 4. 400. 

arbitnivy, 7. l»"c'; fruo yc:ir of tlio FraiK'is, lami Lnantod to. i. "J 12, '_'■!:;; 

lli'volution in. 7. Iil2-H5;'.; loaiu'd si;:iu'(l tlio i>^litii>n to i;ia('.vii,., j" 

cannon to Now Kimlaml. S. 11!'; 1. -^^o/f ; li\n-il on the Nrck. i ;;:;)• 

dividtd into coiintu's, 8. l"-i'i; nun nientiontMl, i. l.'4'.i. 

tii>ne(l, 4. -J-J."). ::■_'(;. l's:.'; 5. 1;. .•n. ii, Lii-ut. Fiaiicis. i. ."jUO. ."i1»1, :,-JS. 

10, 14, 1:., IT, IS. -JO. I'L'. L':;. lM. 2.-.. lohali.ul, i. 11. 

•JS, :;•_', :V.K 4-_'. 4-1. -i:>. 47. ^-. .•--. .".'.». Ca].!. Idial....!. 5. li ; 6. .r.^. 

<i(i, (".T, <•,'.», T<|. 7;".. 7.">. Ml. M. v-j. s;;, the lUv. Dr. l,li ihud, tl.inl ].iv.m- 

{!->, i'o. 0.-,. ION, 10:.. no. 111. 11:;. dent of tlio .Maine Ili>t..iival .>-.,. 

114, IIS. ir.i, li'l. li.'4. Ij.-,, liv,. ciotv. 5. li: a.<onof Cai't. Iclialiu-l 

iiiit, LSI, i;;!,i. i;;4. 1;;:.. i:;7, l';;i, 5. li; 6. ;m;^.; birtli of. 5. li: 6. :;7.;- 

2(;0, 2(i4, :',-2iK 40.-). 407. 440; 6. ]>'.'. j,M-a(hiato(lfronioo!lr-r.5.1i;5.:i7:;: 

ISitji, :::IS, :27i). :i^{■.. ii>^. •_'>•.): 7. .')M, a tutoiin niatIionia^io.-;.5. Hi :6.;;7:;: 

lol, 140, 100, oOS„; 8. ISl, l>0, studiod t hoolo-v, 5. Hi : ..r.laincij 

IW, :520. 4. 0:5. lii: 6. '.■;74: a o-iha-i!.' 

York council sent a sI.m)]) to luinc; , apiiointcd fia. 5. liii: an annuity 

pottlors from IV-maquid. 7. l.^t;, for, 5. li\ : (K-iio confi tumI on hy 

].J7; 8. ISO: Sent ooninus.-.io!iers to : Dartinoutii rollo!j;c, 5. Ivi: cn- 

Pemaijuid. 8. IM'.. 1 gaged in literary i.ursuiis. 5. hi; 

York Courier and Knquirer. 6. SI. his ta.->tes and chararter. 5. Ivi- 

York Daily Tinii'.s. 7. li'U,,. Ivii: married twice, 5. Ivii: vio.- 

York Historical S.uiety. found. m1. 2. ])ref;idcnt of Howdoin roHiu,.. 6. 

ll(j; memlier.s of. 2. 11": tirst u74: di-atli of, 6. ;'..'(:, :;7 1, .'ol'; 

publication of. 2. Hf';/: liluary of. uieutioned. i. o:.'0h; 4. '.i; 5. xvii, 

2. ll<;-Ii'((: 5. .•>7/(: imblii.Miion.s Iv: 7.40-: 8. 4lo. 

of cited, 2. -.'j-J. 4[''jji, 74; 7. 147, , Col. Kirhanl, comniis.sinn,Ml to .set- 

145>, l."-0. ; tie the dispute betwe«n .Maine 

York Literary and Tlieulo<_Meal Ite- and .Mas.sacliusett.s, i. 17.;: av- 

view. 8. 4S0. 4'.».-). -l'.Cj,i, 4'.t^a. 1 .rived in Boston, i. 17-J; did n.jt 

••York Presbytery. 6. 1.j7. I-'jS. j 'visit Maine, i. lS2/i; governor of 

York, state of. troops at Quebec, i. 1 New York, i. 1S2; mentioned, 5. 

521; the legislatun' had the roc- .■;2, 2.-)'.'. 

ords copied and iiublisher]. 2. b'-c Piobert. .-i ttled on the Prcsuuii. scot. 

ship buildiij'.'-. 4. L':.. 21;: tin' his- i. ]. :..■). l.",i;. :;2l: kilK-d bv Inilians 

torieal colieetiMus of. 5. 141: nun- i. 21:J: 3. liJ4. 12.->; lived at l;lu'- 

tioned, i. .■joo. .',17. ryj'j: 2. :.':;4 : 3. Point. 3. >:). 

410; 4.1'.!, 2.-., :,7. 00. s,;. ;;44: 5. Pobert. jr.. lived at lUue Point. ^. 

xx; 6. l;]. .•]!, L'70: 7. l-"):;. i:.4. ;;l'--, {<;]: inove<l to Marblehead. 3. 104. 

S.-).0, 4S7; 8. -VJ. :>,. ^o. VI, luO, lu,, Susan, 4. 400. 

."•"w, 410: 9. l.Vj, l>;j. ■ , of btarks, 4. 34:]. :]44. ;>;7, 400. 

Yorkers,- 6. 200. Mrs. , of Starks. 4. iU-!. 

Xia^ara. 9. Is."). i Nichols' river, 9. VS.i, i;J4, l.;7, 111, MS. 

cxpedirion to. 8. 2S2/(. I rock. 7. 10. 

falls, height of, 4. 2^2; meutioned, '. XicJudson, (bn. Sir Francis, coni- 

5- -xlvi. j inanded the expeditii;n against 

Nicetus, 7. .•34:;. j purt Koyal. 7. 7S: surremlei- tu. 7. 

Nichols, Capt. .Alex., 6. :3:3s. i 7S, 70; mentioned, 6. 2.-)r; 8. 24--j«, 

Nicholas, the. 3. si;. 07., 

Nicknames <,dvon to tlie nu-nd.ers of : John, lived at Falmouth, i. 2b"); 

the Jordan family, I. :.':j;;/(. j signed the jietition to liradstroet. 

Nicola's island, 7. .■,. I i.2^:b/: brother-in-law of (ieorge 

NifjUs, Mathias, sent to Pomaquid, 7. ^ Ingoisoll. i. .•322; livod on tho 

^->''- ; Neck. I. ;j-2. 

Col.Picdiard. irovernorof New York. Pobert. iivoil at Falmoutli. i. 2l.j; 

5. 7; in the .service of the Duke of lived at I'resumpseot, i. ;;2l. 

York. 5-7/*; kiUcd. 5. 7,,: a inonu- Nii-katous lake. 4. lOS. 
ment erected to his memory, 5. Niekles. s't_- Niehols. 

7/<; to take ]iossossi..n uf the , Nictumbouit, 4. l^rt, 10:3. 104. 
Duke'.s jirovince; 7. 140, 140/(; Nide. John, si-ned the ])etition to 
inontiMned, 5. -.'40. Massachns.-tts, 1G72, 5. :.'4U. 

Nichols, Capt. Ah'X., 5. :370, ;370/i, :3T4, , .Niger, the. i. .-;2^-. 

.•370 -.•jsi: 6. ;;;3>. l Nightin-al.', Florence. 4. II. 

Potse.v. 4. .•^M. I the Pov. J., his lieautb-.-, of Fir^Iand 

Dr. Charles IF. 8. :j.-0. : un.l Wale.-, cited, 2. 77a. 

Sir Edward. ht».-rs t-.' from Fdward the, 5. 10'.'. 

Godfrey, 9. ;3.>J-;3-VJ. ' Nile, battle of the, 7-404. 



INDEX TO COLI.ECTIOXS. 



203 



tlic TJcv. Samuel. 4. 272. 
Nino Mik' l";ills .li-sri-ilu'd. i. -l.'.O. 400; 

cnHoil Skowht'iraii, i. -i'l'.ht. 
Nisincs. 7. 4](). 

Nitzsc-li. Kail Immamul 7. 4.;2. 
Nonh. 5. ISS. 
Nol>lo. .1, vnhio of. i. 71. 

Col. Aitlmr, crectfd a fort at tlif 
C^.nl.^=, 3. ••'.U: 8. l-J-l. 1l'4: liis 
daughter inaiiird Willi im Lilh- 
pow. 5. 417. 1-1 : liis ini'inciv noij- 
It'Cti'd, 8. !(•'.•: tlio (.'ailirst mention 
of. 8. Id'.t; cnvc a nioituau'i' to 
James Minot! 8. \i>'.\ 11<): a trad.T. 
8. I"".'. 117; the niormaiie uis- 
cliarired. 8. 110: sold land to Mc- 
Leniehon. 8. ]l(i:in the ox"i>etlitinn 
I'.L'ainst J,onisl)uru-|i. 8. llO/i. 117, 
IIH, 122: .site of his house. 8. 110, 
111, 11:;, 114. 21^0: an Eiiiseopalian, 
8. irjyi: birth of. S. 114: came to 
Anieiiea, 8. 114: eiimmis.sioned 
lieuti nant-colontd, 8. 11 .'i. US; 
pi-obably a tanner, 8. 117//; popu- 
lar and" well kno\vn. 8. 117. ll'^, 
lL'4; his men. 8. ll'.'/i : oi'ders from 
Waldo. 8. IH'. rjiiii. iL'l), : Ins peti- 
tion to Massaelnisetts. 8. 12:;. lL':j,(; 
liis <j:arrison described, 8. rj4; 
in command of tlie expedition 
a<rainst Dellamzy. 8. 127, ]-"]2. bJ-J; 
Iiis will executed, 8. lb"). 127. b'jo ; 
ship lost. 8; 12S: at Annapolis. 8. 
]2.<; started for Minas. 8. l-J'.i: at 
Grand Tiv. 8. l'.<»: at .Minas. 8. 
r.]i\ i:;2: letter of. 8. \:Vji. I'-V-',: im- 
praeticable to fjo to .'sclie'.ineeti^. 8. 
l;-;.'!, 107; not to blame for lack of 
foresight, 8. l:;:'.. l.;b b;7: liis 
quarters atta(ke<l. 8. \-)'>. 14o. U.".: 
sustained his family motto. 8. bOO; 
hbs probable au'c at the time of 
his death, 8. l.")0: itt.'ms of his 
will, 8. l.Vt; children of, 8. l.'.i); 
value of his estate, 8. I-jI; lii.s 
tragic death. 5. 421: 8. I'l'.i. bS-"), 
loO, 13S, 14.">. 14(5, 14-<: burial of, 
8. 147, 140; mentioned. 8. loC, 140, 
140,<, 14:], 14'), 14S. 1.-.:;. 2^4. I's.",; 
Memoir uf. bv the Hon. William 
(;onld. 8. 107-*b'>:]. 

Arthur, jr., son of Col. Arthur. 8. 
b'jil. 1."j2; lieir of ('apt. .James. 8. 
l.";2; moved to Damariscotta. 8. 
ir,i'; hu-e laiidhold.r. 8. 1-02; 
niovcd to r>('s((,n. 8. i."*L': deatli 
of, 8. b'2; children of, 8. i:,-2, bV;: 
mentioned. 8. iL'On. 

Edward. 8. ir,:;. 

famiiv. 8. lb">: the <-rest of. 8. b'O. 

Knsi^n Francis, kilb-d. 8. b;i;. biO, 
14(t)/: burial of, 8. 147; )nentioned, 
8. 14t;, 14X. b",0. 

Francis, son of Arthur jr., 8. l.'<:b 

Georgo, S. l;jo,,. 

Jan-.es. executed the v. ill of his 
brother Arthur, 8. 150; a wealthy 



landholder. 8. ir>2; his heirs, 8. 
b")2; his ^\ill n]>]iro\\(l. 8. b''>2 ; 
died. 8. bj2; m.ntii-nrd, 8. l.;0, 
207 ;(. 
James, of lloston. 8. L'n.",;). ,;iiO. ;;00, 

oO'.ht. 
Capt. James, son of Col. Arihur. 8. 
lis; eommissioneil. 8. lis; died, 
8. U.S. i:,-j. 
Jane, married Tlinmas ra))en, 8. 

bJ2. ]."..'!: Iier children. 8. b".;:. 
Sarah, dau-htt-r of Col. .\rlliur. 5. 
417. 421; 8. b'.O. -J^.", : inarried 
William Lithgow. 8. b'.'i. 1.".2. l.>;;, 
28."); date of lier birlli. 8. 2s.'). 
Sarali. wife of Cob Arihur, 8. bM. 
the IJev. Sc th. 7. 10, J;J. Hi. 

. 4. ;]b">. 40:.. 

Xobleboro. i>eoi)le of ordered to re- 
linquisli their rights to the state, 
2.2'.'L': ceded to Cami>bell, 6. bS; 
called ^Val])ole. 6. IS: incorpo- 
rated. 8. 1.')!': Arthur Noble a 
large landholder in. 8. b')2; men- 
tioned. 4. 24'.J;(, ;;2'.i; 8. 2',>'.». 
Noddles' island. John Jocelyn ;;t. i. 
50; former home of ."Samuel Mav- 
erick, I. l.S2n; 8. 14.5. 21 o; granted 
to Maverick. 7. 145;* ; con<liti<m3 
of the fjrant. 7. 145/(; now East 
Boston, 7. 210; mentioned, 6. 17. 
Nociincoth. i.o5S. 
Noithtield. 4. 2t;;j. 

Nol .... Mr. . 5. SO. 

Nolumbega, vc Norumbega. 
Nonconformists, 6. 24, L's.j. 
Nonsu(di creek, i. li7>. 
farm, i. 
l)oint. I 



3. SI, 200. 
142, 144, 151, 



25-j. :;os. 
river, 3. SI. >:)n, 142, 144, 151, 167, 

ISS, -Jb], 2-_'l. 
tlie. 9. ■>>, 5:]. 

Noodauaweramet, 4. 1S4. 

Nor. its use in the Indian language, 
8. ;);!i. 

Xorombega, the location of, i. 4:';0,i; 
2. lf'.((, 17^; 4. I<i7; 7.0s. {i^n.'.'i'n: 
8. 310, 320, 331, 332; 9. sS-j; a 
name given to nearly the whole 
continent. 2. 10<J, ",<'>": oiiLiin of 
the name, 2. b'l"; 8._3.;i. ;'.3i.': on 
De Laefs map, 2. 17';: its exist- 
ence denied by the French. 2. 17*7; 
may have been Ibishrdja'!- capital. 
2. isc/; Chamidain <,n. 4. b'7: 7. 
L'5:.'. S)'.): the Ficneh held jio.-.ses- 
sion of territory under the name, 
5. xxi; a name given to tlie New 
Kngland coast, 5. 155; luijiposcd 
to'iiave been Agguixia. 7. 0'.*: sup- 
j)osi<l ruins of Arambeck, 7. '.'0;i; 
Champlain in charge of an < xpe- 
dirion to. 7. 'J51, •J52; mentioned 
by .MiltMU, 8.320; the lii.-t seltlc- 
nient of. 8. 3211, :V.',n; oceupatimi 
of in the seventeenth <entury. 3. 
C3o; the numo dropped, S. '•'/■JO, 



204 



5IAIXE mSTOKICAL SOCIF.TY 



Xorombopa — contiiuu'd. 

;;.'!1; C'ariu'on's am'unt of. 8. r;:;2; 
Bair^nr sitnatnl in. 9. Jj:): tucii- 
tioiuMl, 4. )M7; 5. :;•_".•: 6. MnJ; 8. 
Gl'.t, :V\-J: Jolm k. (JuihiLv's ac- 
count of, 8. oI">-:'.:'.i.'. 
rai»i(ls, 7. '.'Ci. 
tiviT. 7. :.'."..■;. 2"'}, 2"iT. 
KoraDL^awoiik. 3. "."iT. 
Nori'i-uss. Xatlianiil. g. i'l."^. 
Xortinan, Wiliiani. ^•ll<l his iii,'^hts in 
House isi.tiiil. i. l-M; arknowl- 
cductl liis L;iiilt of ailulU'iy, i. 
o7ti; hanishi'd. i. ;)7n. 
Norfolk, I. 8!'/(, 'i4~,)). 

county, I. loo. •.'•li'i: 9. "(U. 
John, Diiki' of. liis d uiirhter mar- 
ried Sir Edward (.oi-es, i. lo<l. 
Norman sailors called the country 
Baccaloes, 2. ItJn. 
fcc Xorcnian. 
Isornianily. 7. 142;!. 
Norridjrewock, called Xanrant.souak, 

1. -1:17; 4. 0"), I's, !o7; 7. .">; Rale 
established at. i.A-W: 8. 144; the 
situation and a dc<eri]jlion of. i. 
437; its distance from Quehec. i. 
437; the ehurcli at. i. ■4:;7. 4:".^, 
440; 4. 348. 340: tiie AnialinLraus 
came to, i. 43'^: Monncssor at. i. 
450; provisions sToiciI at. 1.474; 
General Arnold or. i.40.'.; the last 
habitation of the whites in. i. ■'.o.',; 
tlie Indian attacked at, 2. l'."); 3. 
313«; 6. L'30, 1:40; a force sent to. 

2. 150, 15-_'; Hah- killed at, 3. 1.".2: 
the villa^^e laid waste. 3. 15l'; 
Kicliai'd Jnques woun'Ud at, 3. 
o13h; Harmon and Moidton at. 3. 
3l3/i; the attack elfectually sub- 
dued the Indians, 3. 3l3/i; the 
principal residence of the Abna 
kis, 4. OS; date of Kale's visit to, 
4. OS; the Rev. Paul Cuthn in. 4. 
313; number of families in. 4. 313; 
tlie soil liOixl. 4.34-^; definition of 
the word, 4. 370; the first moss- 
liouse at, 4. 3-^0; monument to tlie 
Indians. 6. I'OS; poverty in, 7. i;71, 
272; no fulled cloth made at. 7. 
271 ; population, 17"^ ■^, 7. 271 ; ]>ros- 
perous, 7. 273; incorporated, 7. 
2SS; common s« hools of. 8. 15S; 
the Indian name of. 9. 2t'.o;i: nun- 
tioncd I. 5ot. 5]o: 2. ]<>. i'22, i'75, 
2^;(); 3. 357. ■■'/>'„: 4. 103. 314. 321, 
337, 344, :145, :;;7. 300, :;75, 3o3, 
307, 400; 5. lix, 4_'7: 6. -.'34: 7. UiS, 
175, 1^50, 2-5. !!-'■>, ■js7, ;J4>, :j~~, 
405; 8. 123. Is-ln. i'3o-l'33. 235. 

dialect, .s.iine as tlie Tenobscot, i. 
414; best preserved, i. 414rt, 415; 
its mo.st reinaikalde i>roperty. 1. 
415; a poetic ^ocabuhlry, i. 410; 
liad no auxiliaries, i, 417; .sini,'u- 
laritv in re;;ard to the verb, 1. 
417, '4IS; the Verb, i. 41S, 410; 



, communications besides oral, j 

4l'o; \(iiMliidaiv of, I. -Iijo. ;_; 

Knnch pronunciation used. i. ; ; 

Indians, tlie last of the race, i. . ■ 

Domaziiu' the chief of. 2. 1'.'7: t 

j 2S4 ; particularly hostile to ; .' 

I whiti's. 2. lO'i; scattered and jo::.. ; 

I to ibt- northern tiiOcs, 2. r.-; (, 

I 17. 2;;5; not at the l-'alnioiUli ic, 

fcrcnce.3.:i--3. 3^:,. ;>o. 3-7. •.-.■,:..■ .. 

the e.\]>ulsion of. 4. 31/( ; :ibi.iu. , 

of at Sandy river. 4. 'M,i: s im-- 

as the Canibas. 6. 2:'.2. 'S-'.A: lo. i- 

tion of, 6. 234; taught by .iesait«. 

6. 234; c'iven to a;4ricultuie, 6 

234, 23,5; "instiuM ted by Kasle. G. 

2;!5; an expedition sent a^ain^; 

6. 2-'15; ^::ive their consent to i!,.- 

setllin'.^ of the Kennebec, 7. li;-; 

opposed the binldiu<^ of the foit 

at Teuconic, 8. l.'25: siirneii ;i 

treaty with Shirley, 8. 'SSr. ni-ic 

tioiied. 1.425; 2. 100; 3. 3-.;. 3.'7. 

300. 400, 401, 407, 410, 411. 4 J, 

4l:l, 415. 410. 417, 422. 420. 4.7, 

445, 4iO; 4. 112. 145. 14C>. 147, 1 I- 

140, 150. 155, 101. lf.3. liU. O:-. 

100, 17<i. 171, 172. 17:'.. 175. 17'". 

17S. 17'.», 181, 1>2. is:;, i-i. :;]-; 

6. lO-J. 2:;2. 250; 7. ii3, >-:i, 17-., I-'.. 

8. 204;i. 220. 224, 225, 2:15, 237, -i- 

point, 4. :!12. 34^, 3;t8, 401). 

river, a boundiiiV of the Kenncbo' 

ptirchase, 2. 277. 
St;itistics of, by William Allen, 7 

Norris. the Rev. William B., jireachcd 

in Bath, 2. -J^s. 
North America, the coa^t opened 0' 
Euro], can enterprise, i. 25: the 
similarity and di.-siinilarity of tin- 
Inriian tlialects explained, i. 4i:)'.: 
Oue^ula, one of the hiuiu -". 
mountains of, 1. 452; Bashaba :i 
ruler over the northern part oi. 2. 
l.>a; early attempts to settle w-u- 
unsuccessful, 2. 10^/. 20f;; .an un- 
brokea wildcrnos, 2. 20(/; Bii-'d 
merchants imlined lo send an ex- 
pedition to. 2. -:l(>; (apt. Priicf- 
voya<.,'e to, 2. 2-',a: Weymontii ■» 
voyatje to. 2. 22f<*. 2:;'<; n:unes ap- 
plied to. 2.70": lirst licneral nan<c 
of. 2. 7<;": tlie (Imrch of En'.,daiid 
in. 6. 174; called New France be- 
fore it was called Xew En;:land. 
7.247; mentioned, i. 4o4 : 2.7.^. 
I 17^/; 5. 2>-2h; 6. 210, 242; 7. I--'- 

! 227. :;il; 8.00, IS), 320; sec u!.^'» 

America. 
American Review cited, 5. 3S3/i ; 6. 

Xorthamptoii. 2. 145; 4. i:;0, 138,202; 
5. xl, li: 6. :^;;s. 
: Xoitiiamptoiishire, 3. xvi. 

Xorth Audovt-r, 4. --'7. 
, XortLuveu i.-5luud.s, 5. 347. 



INDEX TO COLLECTIONS. 



205 



see riv- 



n. 



at 



Fort 
ally rivil 
jiul'4f. 5. 
sent with 



N'orthbov-v. 4. *2^0n. 
Noitli liostoii, 2. •_':;.">: 9. 0. (".:,. r,0. 
Carolina, i. IT-I/C 2. l~,<i, I'.'u; 6. 07; 
9. \>-2. 

chtirrli. tht\ l>i>sloii. 9. 'J, 'J'J. "2 1 . 
oasurii I'Dniulaiy. 8. ;;-4T--l4'.i, o">5, 

;;."'<. :;r,i. 4-".T. 4't<: ilisi..i-y of. by 

the lion. Israol Waslihiirii, 8. 1- 

li>;. 
N'orthorn bay, 6. lo^. 
colony, 3. 2'.)ti, .■;iV.', •■'.S.J. 
(iihr.iltar. 4. TS. 
Yiruinia C'"iniviny, i. u') 

niontii ('■mipanv. 
N'ortlt laniily. the. 6. L'L 

Nortiitioiii. 4. -ji;.;. -^•4. 

North Ilanii.tnn. X. If., 3. ."'.l. 

Hill, N. H.. 9. 1-J. 

C'ol. John, in oomniand 
(ieoriXi', 5. oT'>: an o 
niatristrate, 5. ■]~Oii: a 
3T0/( ; death of. 5. oT't 
a foroc u]) the Ivenui'ht'o river. 7. 
Km, 17^; to order (ifr the Freneli, 
8. -Jl'"); to IukI tinilier, 8. l'l'O; lueu- 
tioned, 5. .IT.".. 

Kinirston. 2. 14."^. 
■ lake. 8. L"). lOG. 

Land. 7. \-V)it. 

Mi I ford. 4. ;;.')4. 

monntain. 8. Tin. 140, M9. 

Port. 4. 3-'4, :J.'0. 

KidiiiLT. 3. 4>^. 

river. 6. 211. 

street, IJatli. 2. 204. 
North's Histoi-y of Au;:,'u.sta cited, 8. 

27-">>(, 27.'^H. 
Northumherlantl. 6. Km. 
Nurtli Viri,nnia uivm to the PlynT->ntli 
('omi(.in>'. I. ■_'>: 7. 27; a colony 
sent to, 2. 27'/; tlie f^rant to colu- 
nize de])ended on oxtendincr the 
Christian reliirion. 6. 17'"'; coast of 
vi.-ited by Cabot. 7. K'.i; lislier- 
men in, 7. K30; mentioned. 2. 1>'J; 
4. OX. 

Virtrinia Companv. a name pven to 
tlie I'lymouth Companv, 5. ;;;;2;i; 
formocl, 5. '-'ji')-. reco'^iii/A-d i.nly 
tlie Church of En;:;land, 6. 17''; 
first attempt to settle, 7. 1l'7; 
James i <,'ave a charter to, 4. -.^l : 
7. K2;i»; the irnmtee.s. 8. I'S'.'n: 
limits of, 8. I'^'.'h. KiO/t: .<-cc Coun- 
cil for IJulin^r and (ioveriiin:; New 
Knirhmd, and I'lymuuth Com- 
panv. 

West territory, 6. 100. 

Wrentham. 6. :j'.>^>, :'Ai(). 

Varnionlli, home of John Consins. 
I. ><:}n, UUn; 3. ;-{7; formerly West> 
custoi^o, I. l»;i/i. l."il, is.")/*; 2. Km, 
172; home of Jloyal. i. '.)'.»/(. 2.;0h ; 
Xiclndas White moved to. i. J.",! ; 
Imme of Ceor<;e Felr. i. l-'O. 1-^; 
htjino of Most s Felt, i. l-'jir, home 
of John Mayue, i. IbS; home- of 



James Lane. i. 1-^-^; tlie settle- 
ment reu'nl.ileii by (Jend.ill. 1. 
2;;i ; (;endall kilK d at. i. •_•:;! ; 3. 
.'^•l. \''''>: a new ti>\\n>lii]i. i. 241; 
Bartholomew Cedney speculated 
in laiids at. i.242(/; to a))poiiit a 
commissioner to try small cases, 

1. 2i)7; (iendairs saw-mill in. 1. 
2f>'.', 270(i; not within the limits of 
Massaohusitts, i. i'7i,i; (iedney's 
saw-mill ill. i.27i')!: to st ml ]iri.s- 
oners to Fort Koval, i._'71; land 
titles contirmed in. 1.272: troajis 
sent to, I. 2S'.t: iJenjamin hiLrer- 
soU moved to, i.:]ll; John ^Ork 
a trustee of, i. :;i^: home of .lohn 
ILdman. i. .';21 : loen,' of the Jlev. 
Francis Brown, i. ;;.'2;(: lionu^ of 
James McConuick, i. 407; early 
town meetings in. 2. li'.i). l\'<~, 17;J, 
177. 1-^:'.; tlie lir-~t settU'i-s of. 2. 
Ki7. 171; desolated by Kiim" I'ldl- 
ij/s war, 2. 171; intorporated. 2. 
172; the jirobable oriu'in of the 
natne, 2. 172; town to be laid out, 

2. 172, 17;*: destroyed by the sec- 
ond Indian war, 2. 17-1: tardy in 
resettling-. 2. 174: saw-mills re- 
built, 2. 17 t; a coininittt>e in Bos- 
ton to have cliarue of the settle- 
ment, 2. 17."); land apportioned to 
tlie settlers. 2. 17.'). I7o, 17^; meet- 
im; of the committee. 2. 17."'. 170; 
people not satislicd, 2. 170; nnnes 
and character of the new settlers, 
2. 177; <;cdney"s claim, 2. 17L*; 
planted 1 in I t.i Mitchell and .Sea- 
bury, 2. I'^o; boundaries of. 2. 1>(); 
early :ind lati-r ini]iio\cim nrs in, 
2. isf; depredations of the In- 
dians. 2. 1^2; in the Itevolution, 
2. ISJ; desired to be separate from 
Massachusetts. 2. 1S4: nucting- 
liouse built. 2. ISK ]>.";: clcrir.v- 
nien of, 2. l'~^')-ls-«; skinui>h of 
the Indians at. 3. l.;.'i : 7. -'m: 1 1 eiudi 
Neutrals sent to. 3. 17i//: 6. ;;42; 
abandonefl. 4.7.;; now Ilaip^wiU, 
7. 221: friends at. 7. u'L'l : liome of 
J. D. Dummer, 7. -J-'.'-',. 2.';4 ; lueu- 
tioned, i. l(d/(, 114, 1 1'.i, l.".o. l'-.-,,;; 
2. .•<.:«, li;5. 11."-. 1.71, KKi. KW. h;2, 
227; 3- 171". 4:;:t: 4. 177, :!.;2, :;;>0; 
5. xviii, xlviii: 6. 4; 7. 220, •j:!0, 
L'O"-, 272. l'7:5, 1^77, .■172: 8. 17>. is(j; 
IIisti>ry of, by Edward Kussell, 2. 
10.";-10.<. 

Yarmouth Academy, cliartrred, 8. 
I7.\); building; built, 8. 17.j; pre- 
ceptors of. 8. 17.">. 

Yarmouth Kei-ords, i. ]'jiiii\ 4.229. 

Mr. , I. 472, 47:>, .VJ2. 

Sfpiire , of Augusta, 4. ;J00. 

Norton, 2. 14.7. 

I'rof. Andrew, 7. 4')S. 

Mrs. Eleanor, married \Villiara 
liooke, 2. 00. 



206 



MAINE HISTORICAL socnvrv. 



Norton — continue*!. ! 

Lieut. -Col. Francis, lii.s warlike 
achievements. 2. 4-^. •!'.'. '>^hi: re- 
ceived a ^i'ranl U\>m Gonros, 2. 
4S, -I'.': saih'd from Bristol, 2. 4'.>; 
doubt expressnl of liis haviiiix 
visited America. 2. A'.hi: date of 
his arrival. 2. .")0)i ; attorney for 
Mrs. Mason, 2. .")0/( : sold cattle in 
Boston, 2. oO;i: lii-s i>ruiH'r:y at 
Saco, 2. .")n»: .settled at (."liarles- ; 
town, 2. .")0/i; a representative, 2. 
50n. 
Geor'JCe, married Mary l-\)xwell, 3. 

21 «. 
Ilenry, signed the petition to Crom- 
well, I. :)'.H; a rtferee in the 
division of the Gorires and Mason 
grant. 9. 'oOOn: amount of huid 
granted to. 9. :378; mentioned, 4. 
34.3; 9. :]:."). :;<-2. i 

John. 9. 'M^ii ' 

Milford 1'., married Mary Russell, 
2. 1().5; a judge, 2. Itj-i; a commis- ; 
sioner, 8. ~2. \ 

Capt. Walter. 2. :.0: 9. oOT, OuO/i, 
3ll)?,:]lS/i. :;c.^;. 

Deacon . 4- •• ^-. =^^^' •^-''J- 

Mrs. , 4- -J^-i- 

the Kev. . i. :WT. 

Norton's Literary Letter. 7. 4^0. 
Norumbega. .sec Norambega. 
Norway, Maine, 2. J-J-j; 4. 001, o^T, 

ooS, o.VJ, ■■J'JO. ;;s7. 
Norwegian exiles. 4. .^H. 
Norwich, i. ^'.l-!: 2. 14."); 5. 30. 
Notch, the, dis,-overed, 9. --'IT: a turn- 
pike, 9. -!^: travel through, 9. 
21s, 211"; an Indian route. 9. "Jl'.t. 
Notices of the Powell family, by T. 

U. Powell. 7. 2.1 1 -•_':;:;. 
Nott, the Lev. Lliphalet, 8. 4^.1, 4S.J, 
503. 
the Kev. Samuel. 5. Ivn. 
Nottingham, X. II.. 4. 2'.".t. 
Nottinglianr-jliire. 5. 24';: 6. 170. 
Nourse, Dr. . married Miss Chand- 
ler, 9. 1715. 
Nouvelle, the i)laeo from which :Mon- 
tressor's exp^^'dition started, I.44'?. 
Nova Anglia, Morrells Latin poem, 
2. -iija. 
Francia, 2. 4o; 8. 310: 9. 31^. 
JScotia, Acadia restiic-ted t... i. 2S: 
granted to Sir William Alexamler, 
I. ;)3; 5.1, \n: 6.33'-.: j.-^r. g. IW: 
under the gov.-rnmeui of M.issa- 
chu.setts, I. 2.;:t: 8. 3i)l; the Mic- 
inacs natives of, 8. 414; first set- 
tled Ity the' I'rencli. 2. 17'/: unven 
to Du Monts, 5. 177; ceded to 
France, 5. ".^4:]; tlie French en- 
g.aged in tishinii and trade- on the 
coast of, 5. 3:i.".; supjilied troops 
for F<;rt Freilerick. 6. ]S; Cl:am- 
plain at, 7. 2.'y.»: the St. Lawrence 
the northeru boundary of, 8. -'3; 



Mascarene governor of. 8. !;.■; 
peopled by .\cadians, 8. ii^r. : ; . 
posse.^>ion of obstinately .. - 
tested. 8. 147: the Freii.h | ',. 
pared to regain it. 8. 22.': 1m 
diviiled into baronies and j.,:;. 
ishes. 9. loij; yieldeil to (.)ii. , •, 
Anne. 9. Ill; mentloneil. i. :",■ . 
7'.>. .■>.■. 1: 2. I'l.'Kf. 114. 232. 21-".: i 
W. 17'.'. 1.- •. 37;'. :'.>'i. :■-•-'. .. 
307, 41". .!12, 41(1. 410, 421. l.:. 
4;;."): 4. '.'<■>. 07, 0^. 210; 5. 2S3(i, -sX.. 
32t"i, 427, 440; 6. 3;(, 4.'., 0^. -■■-. 
210. 212. 22 1. 22o. 32S; 7. :',:,. 71., 

20.;, L'lii : 8. 1'.. 7. 10, 12, 1;;. ]>■. \: 

21. 22. -S). 20, 12.J, 12><, 13.-.». I'.-. 
14.;, 144, 220, 221, 223, 2l'4. l'J-. , 
242, 244, 24.'./i. 240. 2';2. 2r.l. -T:-. 

302. 311. ;;i7, ;;i'.», 33,1 : 9. -jT. .•'. 

101, 111.34S; see New Scollaai; 

History of. sr,- Murdock. 

Scotia arciiives. 8. 222/i. 

Scotia exi)editioii, soldiers in, 8. r-'7; 

conim iirled by Cid. Xoble. 8. Ij', 

Scotia Gazette, extracts fr'.'iii. 7. 

121-120. 
Scotia, Memorials of the F,nu'i<'i 
and French Commission to. cited. 
I.2S. 
Now and Then, by William Allen. 7. 

2(i7-2<7. 
NowcU, Capt. Moses, to have cliar','-- 
of James McCormick, i. 4tl7; let- 
ter to from Gen. Arnold, i. 4iu. 
Samuel, received a grant f"r (.r'.»t 
Chebeag, i. 147, 14^/i; to imi'-.iic 
into the condition of Fort Lo_^.i!. 
I. 200;). 

, 3. 374, 37o; 9- -'>■ 

Noyes, Belcher, 4. 113, 114: 8. •-"'•"•'• 
the Lev. .Jeremiah, preaclied in G. r- 

ham. 2. 147. 
Nicholas, 2. 1 1.">, 110. 
Oliver, one of the Pcjepscot pr->- 

prietors. 3. 321. 
Dr. — — . of Plym'nith. 6. 1-7. 
Xoyes" ferry, 4. 303. ._ 

Xuberry, Timm is. accused of unci'.;' 

carriaj-e, i.37.'^; lined. i.37> 
N^uctinigas. ^iu^num of, 6. :.'')S. 
Xuilggumboit, 6. 2t'iO. 
Numismatic and .Vntiquarian Society 
of Piulideli.hia, 7. 473. 4-t. 

Numposh, ('ai>t. , in (-oinm.u^i of 

the Seconit Indi.ins, i. 203. 
Nuniniciit, gave a deed to Gcoru'-* 

Munjov. I- •")-"»3. 
Nutlield.' Scot(-h-lrish .settled in. 6. 12: 
; no-\v Londonderry. 6. 12. 

Nutmeirs, said to gr(j\v in Maine. 5- 
i 3.02, .300. 

Xufta<-k<.>, a saw-mill at, i. 20S. _ . 
' Xuwieliawanick. derivation .and d'!'- 
; nilion of, 4. 100; see Xcwi'-liw.i:j- 

I nock. 

I river, 4. 107. 



TNDF.X TO COLLECTION'S. 



L'U( 



Oak. ahundant at Cape Eliziiliitli, 3. Oliwciliwnnnorawnv, 3. 4;'r>. 

o'i2. oi»T: imly fit for outUii>. 7.2.SJ. 0'C.ill:i:::li:in. Kdmuiul I!.. !iis <^..lorunl 



hill, 3. HHt. If!-.'. 107. 

0:ikos, Tlioiu I-;. MLTtnt for M \^s:ii'lin- 

sotts Hay 0<.)loiiy, 5. '^lOn, L'TTx, 

b'.'S. 

Urian, 5. 21T)i. 

Oakliani, the Uov. . 6. ."7. 

Oakniaii. Klias. iii.irrii d .loaniri Alizor. 
1. -1".,': 3. >J: U\vi\ at lUack 



llistniy of N\.\v York v;:,<l. 7. 

\Un. ir,i,. i:..-.)»: his Nrw v,,ik 
Cohuiial Docunii'iiis ciit ,1. 6. l' )o,(, 
'24\ii, •_'7<i; 7. •"((. I.".;). -;i'.,(, .17);, 
•l"^)i, A'Jii. .'(i/i, tiL',(, {i.'.ii. i\~!i, ^'2:t, 
y-'"!, VJti; 8. ]>:>/(, J>7//. IbJn' 
1 •.'■-'/). 
Oocum. 4. 271. 



rv'iiit, I. 20',i: 3. 7t'.; his widow Ocean llonsi'. fho, Sullivaii. 6. iL'i'n. 

married .lohii Mill.s, i. :.'<•'.>: .<iteof Ochipawas. 6. •_'70. 

his farm, 3. 7i'>; lived at Milli- Odell, . 8. lit). 

kcn"s river, 3. SJ. C)dells. g. 1>4. 

Joanna, married .lolm Mills, i. L'O'.i. Oiiicers in Arnold's oxi>editioii, i..")00, 

Samuel, in the jianison at l>lack .'nl;/ 

Point. I. •2'2~,n: 3. llu; snlimitted OLrden, <;en. Maffhow. a nies>eri?or 

to the juri^-dietion of Massaehu- for Arnold, i. -JSS, -V.'.',. .".(mi; to 

setts, I. :;--t;; 3. 4i".: si'ttlod at forward ammunition, i. 4^'.': sent 

Dlaek I'oint, 3. 7'1; re<eived a t(^ Monrreal for elothiu--. i. AV2; 

jrrant from Joeelyn. 3. 7t!: died, v.ouiided, i. .'.2'); nuiiu.ined, i. 

3. 16: father of Siiriuel jr., 3. 71): ."l.'), .".j:;. 

mentioned. 3. 2:32. j Ocdcksando. 3. 42'<, 4:!"), 4:10. 440. 

Samuel jr.. 3. 70. ' Onilby. John. 7. !i','«: 8. :'>:!!. 

Tol'ias. dei>ositi(>n of, 3. lOG/i. •; Ogleby. James, in the lilaek Point 



Cajit. . 4. -'.nr,, ;;,",.-j. 

Oakuian's island. 3. 7''. 

Oaksman <:rove. 4. ;'.''). 

Oaths, form of taken by councilors 
of Maine, i. :'.'''4: of the justices 
of i)ea.-e of Cornwall. 5. 1 l\t-120. 

Oawassroaire river, boundary of the 
Tndiiin deed to the Alu'ers. 3. 27. 

Obias. Indian name of Dirk ^w.;sl). 2. 



garrison, i.-2-^ln: 3. llo; p()s>ibly 

a resident of IJlack Point. 3. si. 
Oglethorpe, James Edward, 2. 74((; 4. 

4. 
OguiiTueon. 7. ".17. 
Oguuquit liver, its outlet shifted, i. 

•)■'>',: luumdary of the :jrant, to 

Hutchinson and Needliam. i. 

'.lb): mentioned, i. :'4i. :;42, :J4;i). 

344. :>)'.». ;;i;o: 4. 1(». 
Ohanunibnmes. 6. L'<il. 
Ohio. I. .',()] : 4. 1:1: 6. Ino; s. .-^0. 
river, i. ."<U4. 'j'-]0: 4. mj; 6. loO. 
Ohonoguaga. 4. 271. 



O'Brien. Dennis, 2. 24:.: 3. 220. 

familv in the war of the Pe volution, 

2. 242. 
Gideon. 2. 245: 3. 170. b'^O. 220. 

Jeremiah, son of Morris, 3. 17'.\ ISO, Ohouoguaues. the. 4. 271. 

220. 1 Oil-nuts. 4. ;jl:]. 

Capt. Jeremiah, in command of the Oil-nut trees. 4. .■]17. ;344. 

Liberty, 2. 24."<, l'4«;, 247: in com- Oil sent to l-Jn'^laml. i. "17: 4. 2:>. 

mand at Scott's ]>oinr. 2. l47: in Old Colony, the, now a pai t of Mass., 

command of the Hannilid. 2. 247; 2. 27-"). 

captured. 2. l'4^: escajird, 2. 24s. Fttrt. Augusta, 2. 2^2; Pentagoiit, 

Jolin, son of Morris. 3. 2:;U. 7. ;]7. 

Capt. Jidin. his aecount of the Fort j)oint. 5. '^A'-). 

O'Prien family, 2. 242-l'4'.i; lived Oldham. John, rectived a grant from 

at Mai bias, 2. 24l': carried his gun the Plymouth Company, i. 4:',, 7;'; 

to churcli, 2. 244: hd in the at- 2. 47; lived in I'lymoiuli ami 



tack upon the Maigaritti. 2. 24."): 
sent to Watcrtown. 2. 24*;. 247; 
on the Dili'/ence. 2. 247: on the 
Hannibal. 2. 247: in command of 
the ilibeiiiia. 2. 24^: captured the 
Gen. Pattison, 2. :;4>; mentioned, 
2.249; 4. :rjl. 
Joseph. 2.24."); 3. 220. 



Mass.. I. 4:1; did not • iin'r upon 
his grant, i. 44: killed o:r p'.o. k 
island, I. 44/i: 2. 4>,t: h's land 
grant conliicted with that of Mass., 
2. 47)1; resided at W.iti-rtoun, 2. 
4^11; co-partuer with bijhard 
Vines. 2. 4>y/. 
.Samuel, land granted to. 2. 



the Pev. Miehaei C, his Oram- ' Old >f iddiver. nichnamu foi Miehri'"! 
matical .Sketch of the Amient , Maddiver. 3. I'j. 



Abnakis, 9. 2.''>'.<-2''4. 
Moses, bioi;raphic;t! notice of. 3. 

220; meiitioned, 2. L'4;J, 24."«, 240; 

3. 170, bSO. 
'^Villiai.i, on the Liberty. 2. 247; a 

son of iluses, 3. Z^y), '21'). 



Or<diaid Peach. 7. 2i;0. 
I'ounelboro. 4. bO. 
Stulf, nickuimc of Dominiius Jor- 
dan. I. 2'-','-'>, 'S->')it. 
South church, Poston, 3. 2::l<i; 8. 
uU2; of Uallowell, 7. oj'J. 



208 



MAINE IIISTOKICAL SOCIKTY 



OkU.nvn. 6. eO.'). ^11. ^-J 1 : 7. (>. 7. !\ 
10, 10/1, 11, I--', i;'., T'.>», ^'.1, U'4; , 
8. otW, 4:)4. J 

falls. 7. L'.t. I 

Iiuli:n\s. I. 4'''i''.. j 

\>].\m\. 7. (i. 10. \\\ ■2-2, ion, 101. 
Oli'li'ii. 7. 41, Cm. >-. i 

OHi'liatit. till" \lv\. D.ui.I. (Itcliu'ii 
iKH-omini;- i»;i--t.>r al Wolls. i. ;'.4i>. 
Olivir. Aiuin \v. 6. 1"). 
(\\l<\. .hxinos. 2. 1:;:!. 
jMxr[ili. in the r.lack Point ^arii>on. ' 
I. •_'•-(■>,/: 3. 110; livoil at IJlatk 
I'uiiit, 3. ^(■>. loii; went to Cai't. 
bootiuw lor assistance, 3. lot',; at- , 
t:\eked by Indians. 3. lOi); denosi- 
tion of, 3. lo;,,(; nuniion''d. 3. , 
107, ]•-''•.. 
Peter, his Puritan Coninionwealth i 
cited. 5. 177... ■-".'•.i-i. ' 

rielrard, siu'neil tlie j-etiiion to Mas- ; 
sacliusetis. 5. '-^l: elerk oi" the | 
county courts. 5. i.'4'.'. I 

Robert, 'si>;ne<I the ]ietition to Prad- i 
street. I. •_'^-w( ; lived at Falniouth, ; 
I. :'-!'■_'. 
Tlionias, graduated from Harvard i 
College." 7. -^'1 : to be tlie governor 
of New Ireland. 7. ■_'ol. I 

Mr. , 8. •_'•-'<•,. -■J7. i 

, of Harvard Colleirc 4- ^i"".^. ' 

Olney, the Kev. (Videon W., settled in 

Gardiner, 7. 417. I 

Omborowees, 3. 4-h). ' 

Oiui>orowesk. 3. 4i'.'. ' 

Oiie-anncd Huiiniv.ell. nickname of 

Kouer Ilunniwcd. 3. I'l:;. , 

Onegnla, seen by Montressor. i. 4'2. 

4-')'o: one of the hiuhe>t niounrains : 

in North Av.u-riea, i. A'rJ: same ( 

US Paid mouniain. i. A')2n; men- j 

tioned. I. 4.">t".. 4';ii: 4. los. I 

Ongueachonta, the ujiiier jiart of the 

Kennebec, i. 4.')i;; mentioned, i. j 

4'>7, 4.")'s, 4GtJ. j 

Ooneez. 4. I"/.'. | 

Oponau^as. the. same as the Penob- 1 

scots. 6. --Ml. -IL". 7. 101,i. j 

Opinion 01 Pii-h ird Wist on tlie kinu^'s 1 

riirlit to the wooiU of Maine, 2. | 

Opinions of Paiinent Lawyers, see 
Chalmers, (ieorge. 

0])p:ii unv.it, 2. '.-2. 

Orang*: county. 4. :;■■!. 
the Piinoe "1, 5. 2~,'-]. 

Ora.ngi town. 4. '■',-'/.i. 

Oransoak, tiie Indian name of the 
Kennebec river, 4. lo;!. 

OrdiiKirii s, kej.t at Searboio. 3. 7^. 
7'.»; favoiite places for biafers, 
3. 14l'; ordered to be set up, 5. 
71;. 

Ore'j;on. 2. l'74 : 7- 404. 

Giitnt, ]/, 7. ■'■>'>. 

C'ligiri of Alii- le viii, in the Constitu- 
tion of Maiue, 7. '/'-'/J-^i^. 



Origina.l, the, i. 4'"..'i. 4.'').*);i, 4")t': 4. 1m<. 

Ormesby, Pichard. a referei- i;>, tin- 
case of Cleevcs, r^s. 'Wiir, ir. i. 
74. 

Orono. an Indian siLraniore, 4. li'-^; 7. 
.<, is. 
Maine. 8. 7<'. 4."i.;; 9. 2-ji. 
island. 7. 7'.»/'. 

Oronoke river, 5. ;M7. 

Or])han island, 7. 7'.', '^0;;, .",01. 

Oniueaehanta mounrains, 4. loS. 

Orr. a .Scotch name, 6. 14. 

the Hon. Denj innn. cori>or.i'.' nioin- 
bcr of the Maine Ili.>.toii ;d ."So- 
ciety, 1. 11: ani-estry of. 5. .",-,(; 
birth of, G. .■>>/): admittrri t,. ili,. 
bar. 6. ."iSyi ; death ol. 6. 'f,/: m'.r- 
rictl Pli/.abeth Taj)!) 11;. 6. ''"n; 
grailuated from ci)ili'.'.f. 6. '■'; 
l■ral•ti^ed at Topsham. 6. "i7 : j'er- 
S(_ii".al aitpi'aranee. 6. .j7, •"•"-: au ni- 
ber of Conu^ress. 6. .")S. ."jS,, ; !U'>ved 
to P.runswiik. 6. ."S; m<aub>:i' d, 
4. 7: 5. XXV. xxvi. xxxix: 6. U. 
;.7--': 7. ;>m; 8. 4 10. .i.-,i. 
D.sniel. came fioin irelmd. 6. ""^n; 

father of t!:e Ib'ii. .lolm. 5. •'I'-i. 
the lion. .lolm. s^n of Daniel. 6. '-^u ; 
father of the Hon. PenJ.imin. 6. 
5s». 

Orr's island, the Indian name of, 4. 
110. 

OrrinLTton, 7, IS. 22?. 

Orris. Kxperiruce, i. G14. 

Jo'.Ul. I. •ill. 

Jonathan, a blacksmith, i. i' !7. CI-!; 

sitiiiecl the lu-tition to lb- fi-treet, 

i.2>'-)ii; lived on India street, i. 

ol4; lived in (xloueester. i. •■14; 

left no issue, i.:]14; lived .-a rho 

Neck. I. ;;22. 
Nathaniel, lived at Barnstable, i- 

:JI4; heir of .Tonafhan, i. :J14. 
Orsoncr, 7. t^:, 14, 1^. 22. 
Ortelius island. 2. 7o". 
Osborn. Capt. Jolin, 8. 22'^, 2t;i. 

T.. 7. 1>S. 
0.sgo>d. Abigail, daughter of .Tames. 

4.27'.'//; married Gen. James \^ • 

Pipley, 4. ■_'7'.'/i- 
Ann, daUL;bter of James. 4. 2',-ii: 

married to Col. J. P. Osgood, 4- 

'27s». 
Asa, 4. 2^.1?!. 
Benjamin, 4. 2^1. 
C'd. Edward. 4. 20."), 27?/). 
Elizabeth, daughter of PcnJMiiiti. 4- 

2>1. 
Elizabeth, daughter of I,i.■•l^ James. 

4. 27'J/?; mariied to Henry C Pi"*' 

well, 4. '2~'.'ii. 
Eliza P., 4. -J-Oa. 
lianirdi, m.inied Dr. Clement J- 

Adanis, 4. 2l'.'n. 
Henry Vouiig Brown, son of C<1. J- 

p. ,4. 2M);i ; married .Susan U^^go^jJ, 

4. 27i/{. 



INDF.X TO COLLF.CTIOXS. 



2O0 



J.imos, of Fryoburir, 4. 2>il, 2S0)i, 

Janu<. s>*n i^f Lieut. Jaiiv's, 4. '^~,<n. 
JaiiK's, son iif ( \il. .Iiisliui 15.. 4. -^i>«. 
Jjieiit. .laiuv's. sun of S:iinurl. in ir- 
cit'd Al)ij.;ail Adam.-;, 4. ■J7S« ; cliil- 
dicn of, 4. 27^H. 
Jane, dan-htei' of r>iout. Janu-s, 
mariioil Ui (Ulbcrl McMillan, 4. 
27S)(. I 

Jean of Fryobuiir. 4- "-'^1. | 

Col. Joshna IJ.. date of his birth and I 
death, 4. 2<o;, : mairieil Elizabeth I 
Brown, 4. L'^0/i; children of, 4. ' 
2S0n. j 

(Jol. Joshua !>.. of Portland, nnr- ' 
ried Ann O.sgood, 4. l.'T>»i-2TI')i, i 
'i-^Oii, lfs3i(. I 

Mary, dan^hter of Lieut, James, I 
married Stephen Chase, 4. 2TSk. : 
Mary Shcrhuni. dauirhter of (,'ol. i 
Jo.shna B.. married to tlie Kev. j 
Samuel Osgood, 4. •_"^0/). i 

Me lii table, dauirhrer of Lieut. 
Jamc-s, 4. "_'T"^*i : nnrried tirsr to 1 
Gen. Jolm McMillan. 4. •JT'^«; 
second to the Hon. Judali I.>ana, 
4. 2~tSn. j 

Miriam Jean. 4. 2SL | 

Sally. 4. L'T'.'H. I 

Samuel, one of the owners of Frye- 
burjr, 4- -7>. 2T"^ii : i!i the French 
war, 4. 27*^/;: left one sen. 4. I'T^/*; 
the (lescendants of, L'7-^/'; mar- : 
ried Ann Webster. 4. 2<2: at 
Niagara, 4. ■-'■-2: with >Lijor llo.L;ei'>, 
4. 2.--2; at Fi>rt Du Quesuf*. 4. 2^J: 
nientioneil. 4. 277, 2^s, i:>'9. ' 

the liev. Simnel, son of Lieut. 
James, 4. L'7"^/( ; muiied Mary S. , 
Osgood, 4. 2>0)i. I 

Susan. <lau;.;hter -.-f Lieut. James, 
4. 27S;(: married to Henry Y. B. | 
Osgood, 4. •j7^«. I 

Susannah, wife of Samuel, 4. 2S1. 
Osron island. 7. I'.K | 

O.ssipee. derivation and definition of, 
4. I'.M. 
hill, I. ;]::.'>. 

mountain, i. •'v'JO; 4. lOS. 
l>ond, I. '■','■'/■)— ',)4. 

river, the In Hans to be attacked at, 
I, lM5; two rivers of tlie same 
name, i. '0^/): 4. IC. 
Os.sipees. same as tlie Sokokis. 6. S^'j: 

mentioned, 2. 147: 3. ^I-M. 
Ossoli, Miri,'aret Fullt-r, 5. l.\ii. 
OswaUI, Eleazer, private secretary of 
Arnold, 1.500; mentioned, i. 41*4, 

r/j:;. 

Kicliard, to treat with the corainis- 
sioners. 6. ^7. 
Oswe^jo. 8. •Jf.:5. 
Otcheljwe, the. 9. 200. 
Otis, Harrison 'irav. 5. xxvi, xxxvii; 
7. 3:>i;. :).-;7, :]:..■<.' 4»;'j. 
James, 4. 145, 14.')/(, IGl, 104, 1C6. 
14 



James, orator and patriot, a t<>wn- 
sliip olVered to. 2. 2"-2, 2^."i ; j,or- 
menently injure<l by J(diii Itobin- 
.son, 9. r.o/i; reliuiiui.'«l;ed judij- 
ment against Iiis assail. int, 9. :>7)i>: 
mentioned. 2. 204; 4. lt)4, 100; 7. 
414. 
James, teacher in Wiscasstt, 8. 171; 

in Hamiiden. 8. 171. 
John, son of Oliver. 6. 7-''. ; gradu- 
ated from college, 6. 7'!; a lawyer, 
and journalist at Hallowell. 6. 7u; 
held public offices, 6. 7-'. : twice 
married. 6. ":!; <Ieath (■:. 6. To: 
children of, 6. 7;J-74: mentioned, 
8. S'.t, a:>\k 
Josepli, 5. x.xiii. 
Oliver, 6. 7;1 
S. Allen, 4. 270. 

Tol. , of Barnstable. 4. 271. 

Otistield, 2. 125; 4. ;^ll, ;;:;(•>, ;;;:s, 359. 

:^^(j, :)>lu. 
Otters, abundant at Carrilnnk, 4. o7G; 
purchased by Capt. Jolm .Smith. 
5. 102. 
Otter skins, in trade, i. |^Alr. 2. .'Ua. 
Otto m a n. the Kev. liarlhulomew, 
preached in Batli. 2. 22^. 

Onlton, Capt. , 8. 212/i. 

Ountaussoogoe, 4. 12:i, 125, 12G. 130, 

i:'.2, ]:5:!, i:]t3, 137. 
Outward Heron islanil. pro])ably vis- 
ited bv roi)ham"s colouiiLs, 3. 
2'.'4/.. 
Oven"s nifuith, the, 9. 331. 1.".7. 
Over>et island, i. 145, 152. 
Overyssel, 6. 134. 

Ovid. I'ublius Xaso. 5. xxx: 6. 303. 
Owascoag, the Indian name <jf Scar- 
borough, 3. 101; 4. KiS. 
Owen, the Kev. John. 3. 110; 4.;;50; 7. 

44s. 
Owenagungas, the, name given to the 

Abnakis. 6. 20'.i. 
OwTs Head promontory, 4. 104; 5. 

340; 7. 253. 4'.»0. 
Oxford county, 1. 4oO; 5. xl. xli. 

Encxland. 2. 77", 145; 3. l'^4; 5. 150, 

152; 8. 4itl, 4'»2, 4i:t3, 5o3. 
Maine, 4. 35'.in, 3sf); 5. xxiv. 
W. S., his Pr(»ceedini,'s of tlie Eng- 
lish c<,tlony in Virginia cited, g. . 
3o3». 
Oxen, the price of in Xew Englanrl, 2.. 

50,1. 
Oxygoudy river, 4. lOS. 
Oyand, Nicholas, signed the petition 

to Mass., 5. 241. 
Oyster river, the Ilev. John Buss 
I>reached at, 1.340-347; now Dur- 
ham. I. 340; land at ilaimed by 
Silvarjus Davis, 4. 23"; nn iitioned, 
3. 43'.i; 4. 327; 5. 2S5; 6. 3ol, ;j03; 
8. l^U-<. 
sliell deposits, 6. 345, 351. 301; 7. 

301 ; 8. 2'J7. 
Shell neck, 4. 232. 



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MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIEn'. 



Oysters, abumlriut at Casco 'hay. i. 
iSl; ill tlie Shcepscol river, 5. 
326a. 

Pacific ocean, i. 7; 3. ■'^'s 4. 24. 72, S'l; 

5. 1S2; 9. 21:0. 

Packanl. rr<if. AlpluMis S.. toarh«-r in 
Wisoasset Acack-my. 8. 17;:; iiu'ii- 
tioued. 6. ;;■">»), .".tuy. :;ill; 8. 17t;, 
S^S.*, 4(1-1; 4u.">; liiejxriM'li.^' "^'^ ^^^*^ 
Hon. William Willis. 7. "47".-4>t); 
History of Hunker Hill Monu- 
lueut, 3. ■J41-2t">'.i. 
the Kev. Charles, 8. 4:)0. 
Elijah, 5. oUl. 

the ilev. ilezekiah. i. 11; 8. ISO. 
Packard's Catechism. 4. oo7. 
Pachlishall, Rii hard, a coaster. 5. 237?i; 
hiid claim to land at Piinaciuid. 5. 
2o~,n ; moved to Pfmaquid, 5. 'J'A'ot : 
killed, 5. 2o7/i. 
Paddh-hell's house, i. 202. 
island, 5. 2.mh. 

Paddieford, Jud^'e. . 6. 00. lOn. 

Padua, I. 'Jon. 
Pffgao, the, 6. 270. 

Pagan, , one of the committee to 

wait upon Capt. 3Iowat, 5. 44."j. 
Page, Dr. Uenjamin, 6. 64>(, IHj. 
Caleb, 4. 225. 

Christopher, died at Stratton's is- 
land, 3. 7t3; a bachelor. 3. 7G: in- 
ventory of his estate, 3. 7«-77. 
David, one of the owners of Frye- 
burg, 4. 27s, 27^H: in the Frencli 
war, 4. 27S/? ; wounded. 4. L'7S//; a 
magistrate. 4. 270/?; his gramlson, 
4. 279h; mentioned, 4. 2S1, 263, 
33S. 
Edmund, 4. 2^1, :33S. 
Major Edward, 2. 20n. 211, 218, 223. 
George, married Mary Edgecomb, 

3- 25. 
Hannah, 2. 211. 
Increase, 7. 2s4. 
Capt. John, wounded at Palo Alto, 

4. 270». 
John O., 7. 2S4. 
Lucretia, married to Thomas Bond, 

6. CAn. 

Mary, married John Ashton, 3. 82. 

Kobert. 7. 2s7. 

Kutli, 4. 2S1. 

the Ilev. Solomon, prea'died at Hath, 
2. 223. 

Tluimas, lived at Purpooduck, i. 
322; a jurvmaii, i. 535. 

"William 11, '7- 2^4. 

, innholder at Bath, 4. 331. 

Squire , of Keadlicld. 4. 3ntj. 

Paincuit, same as I'emaquiil, 6. 2."*2; 
Cadillac's account fif, 6. 2^:;, 2s3; 
furt at captured, 6. •_'■-.■';: fort re- 
paired. 0. 2"^3; ■■'f-e I'dnaipiid. 
Paine, Albert Ware, 8. 470; tlie Ter- 
ritorial History of Bangor, 9. 221- 
234. 



John. 7. 153h. 
tlie Hon. John T., 8. 30S. 
Loniael, graduated from college. 6. 
70; practised at Winslow, 6. 7"; 
character and aldliiies, 5. 7o. 
Pichard. 5. loo. 
Tliom.is. sigiie<l the petition t.> 

Brailstreer. i. 2S3?j. 
Thomas. 6. ;;5(). 

the Kev. T. (.).. surveyed the fe.un- 
datious of Fort Halifax, 7. Ou*i. 
8. 273, 274, 275, ii7>. 
Palace gate, Quebec, i. 51 'J, 520, 5l'I. 

523. 524. 
Palatinate of Durham. i.4oO. 
Palatine county. 2. 257, 250. 200, 2til. 

262. 2G3. 
Palermo, settled by the Kennebec 

purchasers, 2. 201. 
Palfrey, John G., 2. 200; his Hi>tory 
of New England cited, 6. lOT: 7. 
255 «. 
Palgrave, Sir Francis, his Parliamen- 
tary Writs cited, 6. UOh. 
Palmer', 4. 201. 

Capt. Barnabas, 8. 402. 
Henry, 5. 40. 

John, three of the same name anion.: 
the early residents of -Maine, i. 
256»i; 3. 82>i. 
John, occupied Peak's island, i. 14'.<; 
married Mary Munjoy, i. 140)», 
153, 250h; signed the petition to 
Bradstreet. i. l'>3/( ; cousulted 
with Major Church, i. I'.'i': 
wounded at the battle of Fal- 
mouth, I. 200);; lived on tlie Neck. 

1. 322; signed the petition to 
Massachusetts. 5. 1^41. 

John, commissioner in the Duke's 
province, x. 25i'.;(; 3. ^2;; ; co\;n- 
selor of Gov. Andros. i.25(w, : 3. 
82» ; 8. 101; agent for James n. 

2. 50; sent to Pemaquid. 5. 1"7. 
110; 8. 187-18^; called jud-e and 
deputy governor, 8. 1^*^; gave 
leases but not ]iatents, 8. Is'^; eol- 
lector of customs. 8. iss; letiei' 
to John West, 8. I^O-IOI ; impris- 
oned, 8. r.'l; wrote the vindie.i- 
tion of Andros. 8. ]01-r.'2: iMri- 
dolph's (q)inion of, 8. lObi; i!u ::• 
tioned, 5. 118. 125, 128, 206, 2<'<h'. 
267; 8. 102. 103, 104; his Imp:-'"- 
tial Account of the State of >e-.v 
England cited. 8. 101. 

John, married Elizabeth Alger, i- 
213, 256h; 3-82; settled at Blue 
Point, 3. 82; moved to Boston. 3- 
82; commissioner for Sagadahoc 
4. 224 ; his survey. 4. 225. TJf'i. --<"i- 

Jolin, lived al Falmouth. i.i.'56;i: 3- 
S2. 

Mary, owned Peak's island, i. 14'' 

lUchard, married Grace Bush, i- l-'^i 
6. ISO. 

Thomas, 2. 2U5; 3. 380. 



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211 



Palmer's island, now Peak's island, i. 

t)r>; monlionod, i. 1 l.'>, 14>. 14'.'/i, 

2iK]n. 
Palnieston, Lord, allied to Anu-ricaii 

families. 6. IT. 
Palo Alto. 4. -.'T'. 1,1. 
Panigorkaiii'>i'k lako. 4. li^^. 
Panmaouainsko, sann.- as IV'noliscot, 

8. o. 
Paoajranisde, Indian settlonu'nf al, 6. 

-MO. 
PanaliainstH]U'^t, same as I'enoliscot. 

7. ■■). C'l. 
Pannniske. same as rtni>l}S(i>t. 7. ;'.; 

t?t. Castine at. 7. .^;;: I'ere Lauver- 

jait at. 7. S.;. 
Paniomske. same as Penobscot, 7. '•]. 
Pauaouamsde, same as Pcnobseot, 7. 

3. 
Panaouamske. 7. T'>. S'^, SO; same as 

Penobscot. 7. :], 7"^. 
Panavanset hill. i. AMln, 40(3. 
Panawanske. 7. t!, 4(;. 
PanawanNkek. same as Penolisoot. 7. 

1, :>: lietinitiou of, 7. 7: the oriy- 

iual, 7. ■_'2. 
Pannasanbskek Inll. i. 4(;ti. 
Paunawanbskek. the villa:j,e'of 6. 210; 

detinitiou of. 6. 21.'i. 
Pannaway, Capr. Levett at. 2. 70; Da- 
vid Thompson at. 2. 7i'. 
Panoplist, the. cited, 5. o'.»."(i. 
Panouanisde. 7. 4. 
Panouamske, tiie definition of. 7. o; 

the village of. 7. 0. 
Panonnais, 7. •_'.J7 

Panouske, same as Penobscot, 7. .">. 
Panousque. same as Penobscot, 7. 3. 
Pantaijouet river. 7. 4. 
Paper-mill, built by Fry. 3. 3:lo; at 

Falmouth. 3. o-\f'>. 307. 
Papers Pelatinj; to Pemafpiid. edited 

bv Dr. Franklin 1). iluU",'!), 5. 1- 

13S. 
Papiuachis. the. 6. 212. 
Paj>ists. as otlicers of Xew En^jland 

soldiers. 5. 2''.'.i. 27iui. 
Papoodin point. .•<(■(■ Pai)ooduck point. 
Pap'M)duck iK)int. home of John 

Wallis, I. 2' 10. 207: fiefinition of, 

i.207'(: account of. i. 207 : irarri- 

son at. 3. ]'-]^: see Purpooduck. 
Paquaharet. 6. I'-'.l. 
Paquakius. the. 3. '-'.'/S. 
Para;.;on. the. 5. 1^4; 9. l.'), 12L 
Parau'uay, i. 444. 
Para.ssi>\va. 3. 41 l'. 
Paris, France. Les Carbofs Hi<toire 

published in. i. 2<): ."^ir Ferdinan- 

do (Joru'cs in. i. ',-i'>; tin- an hives 

of exa!nined, 2. lUa: American 

residents in asked to contribute 

to the Bunker hill monument. 3. 

24S; mentioned, i. '>:".i: 3. -.".'I: 5. 

200; 6. .-'J, 117, 11^«. 273. -r,:,. 33."). 

3<;3, 411; 8. 1;. 1*. {)'), 'JO, i'i, 27S, 

4l»2, VJi; 9. iO, 'J'J. 



Maine, home of Gov. Lincoln, j. 
4t>!t: Baptists and .Methodists in. 
4. 3.">S; mentioned, 2. 1l'.">: 4. .■.ni. 
:'.03, 3.'U), ,338, '■'>■)'.>. •'■•"''.'. •■>''<>. .■',,^7, 
.3SS, 3^;'.>; 5. xli: 7. 2^. 24s. -jp./ 
410. 

Pari-h. Dr. . 6. OSS, 0i"3, 0/,'O, 3'.*7, 

:\'j'.K 400. 
Park. Prof. K. A.. 8. 4<.'). 

row. N. v.. 9. 71. 

street, Portl.ind. i. 24S)): 6.10.2, 133. 

street proprietary. 6. 1.;:'.. 
Parker. Brazil, i. 3'W: 9. :;.N. 

Daniel, son of .John jr.. moved to 
Charhstown. i. .".(t2: lather of 
Isaai'. I. 30_'. 

Mrs. Kli/.abeth, 4. •j-_'7. 

Geoij^e, siuned tiie jictition !•> 
Cromwell. i.-OO."); land irranted to. 
9. 37S; simied the petition to Mas- 
sachusetts. 9. .".s|. 

Isaac, st)n of .lojin. i. 3o:^; <;iand- 
father of Isaac, i. .;o2. 

Dr. Isaac. 7. 41.">. 

the Hen. Isaac, descendant of .lohn. 
I. 31)2 ; chief justice, i. "o-_> ; 2. 
P.tO; 6. 00/); lived at (a-; inc. 6. 
00«; in Con<iress. 6. O'.Oc United 
States marshal. 6.000; moved *<» 
Portland. 6. DO/c .leath '>f. 6. 00,,: 
mentioned. 5. x.wiv, .\x>;\ : 7. 3S7. 

Prof. I>aac. 8. 41:). 

James, 1. 11 ; 4. 7. 

James, son of .bdm. rne<l on the 
Kennebec, i. 114: killed, i. 301; 
3. 114: letter of cited. 9. ;;iO. 

James, of Nortli Yarmouth. 2. 17.">. 

John, birth of, i. :'.iii.'; eaine to 
Maine, i. :'02; an island iianici 
for, I. 302; 3. 3no// : died. 3. :;oi. 
:^>02; lived on the Keiiiiebec. 3 
317; his sister married to Thomas 
Webber, 3. 317: jiunished Ja«t' 
Ford, 3. 37.'J: punished Kichard 
(Jibson. 3. 37s, ;;70: testiinonv 
concerniiiLT Kobeit Nash. 3. :;s"., 
:-)s^4; signed the petition to ( roni- 
widL3.304; jiurehased an i.^land 
of the Indians, 3. 300),; >i'jned 
the petition to Massachusetts. 9. 
3S2. 

Jolin. jr.. birth of, 1. .";o2: died. 1. 
302; 3. 114; fled from Parkers 
island, i. 302; a son of John. i. 
302; a larire landlodder. i. 30:.'; 
his descendants, i. ;;ii2: en.'au'ed 
in lishin.ir, 2. 100, 102: setth-d on 
the Kennebec. 2. 100; purchased 
kind of Damarine, 2. I'.'": .^"Id 
jiart of l;eskeai,'an. 2. 101; men- 
tioned. 2. 10:;, 104. 
Mary. mirri(!d Thomas Wi'bbej'. 1. 
317; left a withr.v, i. ;;i7: p'/ii- 
tioned for a trrant. i. 317; her 
f hildren, i. 317. 
Michael. I. :,:;i. 
Polly, 4. ;303. 



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>[AIXK HISTORICAL SOlMirrV 



3- -5-1^; 

liiT-' to 

. 2. im. 

•_",M. 



(;.)V. ^<ulli 
niL-ntionril. 



rarkor — ooiitinuod. 

Klv.xlu. i.ri'.-fi>ti-oss nt Coilmni 

Aciidcniy. 8. UW. 
Robfit. siu'iic'l tlio i)L'lilion to M;xs- 

safliiisi'i ts. 5. '_'41. 
Saimiil, 6. :'.'W. 
^i>tci>lK'n, 3. !•-<>. 
the Ki'V. JStophoii. 8. iM hi. 
Tlioin;is, cai'taiii oi' volunteers, 3. 
;;4>; Xo t:o to r:is<-o. 3. ;;is: U-tUT 
from Willi. un PMrtritl.iro. 
si-iiK'd th.o petition <.>1' 
Jliiss., 5. "-MO; niiMitiomMl 
William, 2. I'-U : stury i>t, 4- 

Capt. , 5- •''■■^■ 

l)r , 5, xvni. 

jljjjoi- . (,f Winslou-. 4. 400. 

, of UvL-rmorc. 4. :;<>;'>. "■'••l- 

, of Portsmouth. 4- '-"•"•'• 

Mrs. -. of Standish. 4. :i40. o'V;. 

the llev. , of r>at!i. 2. -Ji':'.; 4. 

202. 
Parker's isliinl. the sui»po>efl site of 
Ptipliam's colony, i. -J'.': 2.-J^ii: 3. 
30U», ■jOlii, named for .lohn 
Parker, i.:>02: 3. '-'tOOn: attacked, 
I. .')02;' number of families at in 
KmO, 2. \\y->: evidence of settle- 
ments at, 3. oOl«: called Eraska- 
heairan. 4. l'>'>: settlement at de- 
stroNi'd, 4. --• 
settled at, 6. 4 
202. 
point, old fort at. 
I'arkman, Francis, 7. t'^, -'.-0/ 
Conspiracy of I'nnliac cit( 
26;'.: his Old l!t-t;ime cited. 7. 4:;/(. 
Parks, Col. (Jorham. 8. 4.".4. 4.Vi. 4.V.t. 
Parliament declared the Ainericun 

colonies indejiendent. 6. '■'/■)''. 
Parmentier, 8. -SoL'. 
Parnell, Wi liam. purchased land of 

Samoset, 5. 1S.S;(. 
Parr, Dr. Samuel. 7. 407. 
Parrajion, the, 5. 1S4; see Para;;on, 

the. 
Parris, AlMon K., coii.orat(> member 
of the Maine Histoiical ."society. 
I. 11 ; president of the >ame. i. iL'; 
4. 0; 5. xviii. xxxiv. xl: his house, 
I. 124; the youimest governor of 
Maine, 4. li;' birth of, 5. xl: anees- 
try of, 5. xl//; entered Dartmouth 
College, 5. xli; in judiiics. i.4(i;»; 
5. xlii; senator and associati; jus- 
tiee. 5. xliii; comi'troller of the 
treasury. 5. xliv: mayor '-f l''.rt- 
land, 5. xliv; charactc^r ot'. 5. xliv; 
deatli of 5. xliv; 6. .;."..'.. :;7:;; mar- 
ried Sarah Whitman. 5. xlv: (hil- 
dren of, 5. xlv: m( mi>incd. i. -in'.'; 
4. ',): 5. xvii, xxiii: 8. L's, ;;i). :jl , 
170, 410, 41."*, 4.*)7. 
Benjamin, son of Thomas 4 th. 5. xl/i ; 
birth (jf, 5. xl//; mairied Milliceut 
Keith. 5. xl//; children of. 5. xl//: 
a teacher, 5. xl//; death of, 5. xl/t 



r 



his 
, 6. 



John, son of Thomas. 5. xb/ ; of the 
Kelormed church. 5. xl//; fatliir 
of Thomas ;ld. 5. xbi. 

Martin, son of ThMm as 1st, 5. xbi. 

Samuel, sou of licnvuuin. luld pub- 
lic ollii-es. 5. xl: fatluM of Albb.n 
K., 5. xl, xl)/; death of. 5. xl; 
birth of. 5. xl/i: in the aiiuy, 5. 
xl//; married Sarah Trad. 5. xb( 

Sauuul. sun of Tlioma'^ 1st. 5. \\n. 

Thomas 1st. of London, 5. xl//. 

Thomas jr., son of 'j'houias J^t, 5. 
xl//. 

Thomas od, son of .bdm, 5. xl/i; 
settled at Lonir Island, 5. xl,/; 
first wife died, 5. xl/i ; nu>ved to 
Pembrt'ok, 5. xl//; married Miss 
Poi:;ers, 5. xb/; died. 5. xbt; chil- 
dren of. xbi. 

Thomas 4th. son of Thomas Zd, 
Idrth of. 5. xb( : married Hannah 
Gannet. 5. xl// : children of, 5. xl/i; 
death of, 5. xb/. 
Parrott, Jolm. his daa;j:hter married 
Philip Gammon, i. :;ii>: a li>hei- 
nian, i. 014; settled nniler Dan- 
fortii. I. oU; children of. i.:J14; 
lived at ]'urpot)iluck. i. '-jTJ. 

John, of Rowley, i. ^14. 

M.. 7. GJ-, C'.t. 

Marv, tnarried Phili]) Gauunon, i. 
;',U. 

Sarah, marrii'd John Green, i. ^'.H. 

Timothy, proprietor of Penuuiuid, 

5 •■■>•- • 
Parry. Edwanl. a;:;-ent for the I'ntisn 
navy, 2. 2i."«; taken prisoner and 
exchani^ed. 2. iMii; his charactei, 
2. 210; a letter of quoted, 2. 2lo- 
217. 
Parson. Phi., 5. S.'^. 
Parsonlield, Freewill Baiitist church 

foimed at. 7. L'22. 
Parsons, the Kev. David, of Amherst, 
4. -04 
family, the, 4. 2. .). 
Isaa'-. 2. lii."); moved to Xc.v Glou- 
ce.stt r, 2. 1.-/4; imiirovemenrs made 
by, 2. !■'<•■.; his Account of New 
Gloucester, 2. l.^/l-bW. 
James, signed the treaty of 1717, 6. 

202: auto!,M-aph of. 6. -''rJ. 
the Itev. Jonathan, 4. L'<;4. 1'07, 27:'': 

• 6. ;Ji,:!4.;;o. I'W. i';.->, it;.->?i, lo'.t, 170. 

the i;ev. Moses, 6. .J^d. 
Theophilu>. 5- xxvi; 6. ."/O, :>.^0; 7- 

21.'). :;'.!>: 8. ;;'.i7. 
Dr. l'>!ier, corresjiondint: member 

of the Maine Historical Society. 

6. ;;.--4 : donaticm from. G. :'..M; hi-* 

Life ol J'epperreil cit^d, 8. llT;.-, 

:io2. :;i2/i : g. ■'^4. 

Jud-e . 3- -1">; 5- -'^xxv. 

the liev. , I. r.(/2; 7. -':;-■'. 

Partridge John, <d Port<nioiitii fu Id 

maishal, 5. u'J'J; depo.-^itiou of, 5- 



IXDKX TO COLLECTIONS. 



213 



.tf'f ri-soataqua. 



172 



)!" the ruuntry, 3. 



7. 4 ; foil (.!(.'- 



Gen. Preble 
Belfast liar- 



; nien- 



Williain, letU-r to Thomas Parker, 

3. o4S; to (iov. Dudley. 3. .']4S. 
Pavliiii^es, abmulant. 4. :>;;4. 
Party strife, hitter, i. i:;!», 141. 
Paseat.unnek. 5. ■_ii.') 
Paseatowal. 9. ■I'Ui. 
Pasoatoway, 2. T<>; 5. 

river. 2. SO. 
Pasootliniio(]ni>iikea;j:. 4. 1(V.>; sec Pas- 

sainntjiuuidy. 
Pase<Mlnin. 4. HKi. 
l*as<]V!iiie, M., 7. .")•")» 
PassaJa, the ueetar 

91, iUo. 
Pa-'^sadiiinkeat:. ilelhiition of, 4. Id'.) 

a jilaee of rendezvous. 7. 4 ; a 

Freneli fort at, 

stroyed, 7. ."). 
river. 8. 14. 
Passaduinkee. 7. 10. 
Passag-a\vassake;\<JC river, 

sent to, 5. 374; now 

hor. 5. o74(( : 7. :V.U. 
Passajxassawa-KeaLT river. 4. 109. 
Passaic, (Khnitiun ot, 4. 11';. 
I'assaniaeadit', delinition <if. i. '2~)r, 

now Passania(jiio(My. i. 27. 
Passama<iuo(hly, deiiniti.ai of, 4. 10'.", 

llrt, I'.tl; nieiitioned. i. L'7; 2. 247; 

6. 102; 7. -JO.;; 8. .VM). 
bay, called Pesnio-codie, 2. 

Cadill.ac's aeeoinit of, 6. 

visited l>y Chanii'iain. 7. 251 ; 

tioued. 4. in'.i; 7. :j4>; 8. 7, :^, 'J, 

11. 1."). '.12. :;is, :;l'o. 
distiiet. 6. :]•".'.', .'.72. 
Indians, their la!it;u:i;;'e a dialect of 

the AbeiKUiuis. i. 414; KoinaL^ne 

the first anmnj;, i. 445; same as 

the St. Johns, 5. :171: dwelt in 

four I'laces, 6. I'Oi); mentioned, i. 

421 ; 3. :;r,T: 6. 211. 2o2: 9. 2tl4. 
river, 3. •■14(j; 8. s, <), li', :Jl'.t. 
Passeaumkeacr, d(tiniti(ju of, 4. 110. 
Passe(iueant. 8. •_':;0. 
Passquata<xuess, 7. 10, 10«. 
Passy, 3. ;;:;;); 8. 'M'l. 
Pastorates, tlie longest on record, 5. 

liv, lv/(. 
Patapseo. definitirm of, 4. 116. 

Pa tell, lieuj., 4. ;;ui, :;;<. 

Patents, of Henry iv to Du Monts. 5. 

oU;t, .■-;22, ;iJo; to Aid worth and 

Klbriiljre, 5. 207-"-'i4; tlxir dis- 

ti.'iction from ciiarters, 5. L'ut), 207; 

a list of, <ji-.-i.nte<l in New Kn;3dand, 

9. ?,.;.-,-;>;>. 
Palerramett. 3. 412. 
Pateslial!. sff Pattishall. 
Patriar<li of the Indians, 
Patrick Town. 4. :',')'2 .'.','> I . 
Pattec, Ez.-kirl, .nsi'. 

fax, 8. •_'75, •_'77 

fort. 8. 275, 27> 

Patten, (;cor'_'^e F., 

)*Iattliew, I. ;Jl'2. 

Kalbauiel, 4. 55. 



6. 205. 

.f Fort Ilali- 
liad a store in the 
/(. 
2. 212. 



Pattens, Mr. , 7. 235. 

Patterson. Klizabeth, 4. 324, 
family, 6. 21. 
George. 4. '.VJA. 
Kobcrt, 4. ".24. 
Caj.t. — , 5. .•;77. 

Master , killed by tlie Indians. 

2. :V2ii. 
Pattisliall. Kichard, a jnror. i. I^^; 
lived at (asco bay. i. 2.)i'./i; 
claimed land at Sheepseot, 2. '_-".0; 
8. ]'.';;. l',';;-l!)4; testimony against 
.lolin Kelson, 5. S'.i; a justice of 
the )ieace, 5. 102, l!:;."lI5. 117; 
his sloo]> used to cany awpy thi; 
Pemaiiniders. 5. 272: arrested iiT 
smuL;elin.L;-, 8. I'.'O. 1',.l': a sj.y. 8. 
1U2: believed that St. Ca.stine 
ri,i:htly held Pentajxoct, 8. 1 >.•:.', 
102)1 ; his character. 8. 104; enemy 
of -Selhnan. 8. 104; ileatli of. 8. 
104/1 ; mentioned, 1.202; 5.50,07, 
St). 
Patnxet. 7. 2'".. 
j Paucaunaumix.i jte. 3. 440. 

PauLMis. 4. 200. I'Ol ; slain. 6. 235. 
; I'aulin'j. Mattlu'W, si'.,'^ned the jjctition 
I to Bradstrcet, i.2s;li(; married a 

I dau«:hter of .Jolm Wallis, i.:;i7; 

I lived at Purpooduck, i. .'117. S22. 

! Paul's ehurcliyard, 2. 75. 
Pauj)er. the lirst in .Scarborough, 3. 

7S. ■ 
Pansagasewackeag river, 5. o74, o75. 
Pauterramew. 3. 41M. 
Pawkunnawktits, the, 6. 212. 
Pawtiicket. 7. 152/(. 
Paxton. I. 5;!1. 

(apt. . master of the Newport, 

5. 2S0; to lay otY the Biver St. 
John, 5. 2S0; brought the news 
of the surrender of Pemaquid, 9. 
43. 
Pavne, Ptobert, ]ireached in "Wells, i. 
' 340. 

Thomas, lived at Black Point, 3. SO. 
William. 7. \'.-\ii. 

, brought a report concerning 

Goiges, I. 5 10. 
Payne's mills. 2. 112. 
Payson, E<lward, juecejitor at Port- 
land .\cailemy, 8. 105. 
the Bev. Kdward, i. II, 12, 320/i ; 4. 
fi, SO, 2<>^: 5. lii, liii: 6. 377: 7. 371'. 
40S: 8. 410. 
Jolm L., marrieil Frances Litligow, 
5.422; 8. 2SS. 
Peabody, George, compared to the 
early settlers, 7. 1 10. 
! Peace .Society, tlic 2. 255. 250. 
1 Peadrick, Jolm, lived at Falmouth, i. 

Peake, , alderman, 9. 351. 

j Peak's Island, leased to Mitton, i."'0; 

j dilTereiit names of, i. Oti, 115/i: 

■svitbin the ancient limits t^f Fal- 

' mouth, I. 145/i; tlic origin of the 



214 JIAIXE IIISTOKICAL SOCIKTV. 

IVak's island — contimud. sent tlio patent to Xcw Plyinonth. 

present name unknown, i. 14o;i: ' g. I'Jl: the nucleus of a rival 

conveyed to Michael Miiton. i. colony. 9. 7^. 1-".: s(.'nt the Ann 

11."), \4Sn: conliiined by (;"m>,s, to riyniouth, 9. 1"J1; end of his 

1. 14S; conveyed to .lolm IMiillips. direct ei>niMinnication with tlie 

I. l-lS-140. ITtT; stone liouse eieet- colonists. 9. TJl; in the I'aia'^on. 

ed »>n. 1.14'.'; lawsuit conccrnin>r. 9. \-\. I".'"-'; lin:d settlement \vitli 

I. 14'.1. 14'.i;i; the present owners his associates and lieir^. 9. TJl. 

of. 1. 14'.t; Indians at. i. j'.i;;: men- \S2. IS). 1l'4; low estimate of Ins 

tioncd. 1. 14'.'//: 2. s:,/(. ; tdiaractcr. 9. \-'<: Memoir ot, l,y 

Tcale. killed bv Indians. 2. 147. 1 Jtdin .lohnston. 9. 1 l.'j-l-J."); !<te 

I'earce, William, siirned tlie i)etition Pierce, .lolin. 

to Bradstreet, 1. '2>')it; lived on Kicliard. son of .lidm. married tlie 

tlie Xeck. i.M'-'i'; siLrned tlie pe- daui:;iiter of John IJrown. g. l-'J: 

tirion to Ciiarles 11. i. 4n_' the claim of hi.s heirs to i'enia- 

a mode of 6i)elling I'ierce. 9. 12'_'. quid. 9. 1"_':>. 1"J4. 

3''ea.i"l shells, i Peirson. (iei>r^e. recorder of North 

the. I. 5"_'S. Yarmouth, 2. 17;)- 

Pearlcy. Jacob. 4. :"!(>>. I see l^earson. 

Pearson, Prof. Eliphalet. 6. 000. ' Pejepseot. si<;nification of the word. 
Georce, poods stolen from. i.lOn»; 3. :)]'J: 4. KIS: liome of I/aunce- 
,<tfc Peirson. lot I'ierce. i."_'47: extent t>f conn- 
Moses. i>urchased land of IngersoU. ' try so-called, 3. ".li".: Sir C'liristtv- 
I. •J4t'), :il 1. I pher (iardiner at. 3. 0I7. ;U.-; Pur- 
point, 5. o7o. chase driven from. 3. .U^; licli 
Thomas. 4. o50, ;]."j1. soil, 3..:;iS: early lorest lire in. 3. 
.see a/.s'o Pierson. I 318, oil': early forts in. 3. :;i'.i: 
Pearstiiwn, a fort biiilt at. 2. 140. ' grant to Kitdiard Wartou at. 3. 
Pease. Capt. Alex., 4. oi'^. ;320. o4l', | ;)i'5: Purchase a resident of. 3. 
005. ! 3-20, 3:30, :>51, ooii. OoO: the patent 
Mrs. Warren. 4. :'!42. 1 for, 9. 3t)7: mentioned. 3. ;;i7, 
Pechi].scott, 4. ;.C.7: .see Pejepseot. ! 324/(, ;3-20. 430. 4:;:). 437, 4:.n, 443, 
]'eck, Tliom is. i. 32-_'. 445: 5. 3'.".'): 6. is:;. 
Peckham. Sir (ieoru'e. his Western claim, interfered with the boundary 

Plantinc- cited, 5. 14>/(. ! of New (iloiice-ter. 2. I'O. 

]'ed-coke-iiowak. 7. :'.ol. | company. 8. llo. lllu: ste Pejepseot 

I'edell. Antho., 5. 241. ^ pronrii'tors. 

Pedgodaijowake. Indian nunc 'of the falls. Thomas Purcdiase lived near. 

Sheepscot county. 4. lO'.t. 3. 317: visited by Cajit. Gilbert. 5. 

Pedianskge, Marie, one of the wives :y-j'>: mentioned. 3. 310, 321, 322. 

of St. Castine. 7. 7ii, 71/(. 7-j. 323. 44;]: 5. 327. 

Pecnecooks. tJie, 3. 32:J, 324: see Pen- , Papers cited, 3. 312;!. 314», 315/i. 

neeooks. 1 3Ls/(, 3:^l(i, 3')0. 
Peerez, 4. l.j-"). 1<;3. ! proprietors, controversy with Ken- 
Peerpole, last of tlic Xorridgew-ocks nebec jmrchasers. i. >o,i; 2. ■J7i: 
in Maine, 4. 31/(; a Catliolic, 4. acts of the Massacluisetts le-xisla- 
31k. j ture concerninc. 2. -.'77: i)urc!iased 
I'egifruet. 8. 140. ' the estate of Kichard Wliartou. 3. 
Pegwackit, 3. 370; 4. 100; now Con- 321; laiul dispute with tlic Ply- 
way. 9. 213. mouth <-omiiany. 9. :;oo-202; men- 
Pegwaekits, tlie. 6. 2';!; same as the tioned. 6. ]■"): 8. 1 U.i. Ilia. 

Sokokis, 5. L':!2. S.]'}. \ river, land near granteil to Pur- 

Peimtegouet. 7. --'."/i'. i chase and Way. i. 4o. .>-(j: lioine 

Peiree, John, his relations to the Ply- of Thomas Purchase near, i. 211: 

mouth company a m\ stery. 9. 117, now Pnmswick. i. 211; pinbably 

llN; a wealthy London mer- ascended by Popham. 3. 311: :' 

ch.ant, 9. 117: member of the thorfnighfaie to Ganada. 3. 310: 

Plymouth council, g. 1 17: received discharged more water tlian any 

with others the Plymoutli rdiarter, other river, 3. 310: Indian name 

9. lis; the couiK-i! jointly inter- of. 3. 310; 4. Ill; early forts on. 

fcsted witli. 9. 1 1'.i; i)att-nt chan;:.-d, 3. 310: end of. 3. 3i'i': now tlie 

9. 110; this disliked by the c.do- Anfirosiogtrin. 5. 3l'3; visited l)y 

Mists, 9. 1 10, iL'O; his associates did Weymouth. 5. 323: mentioned. 3. 

not purchase his intercvts. 9. li'U; 313. :;i4. ;il."), 31'J, 32i>//, :i'_'l, 324, 

the council settled tlie trouble. .';-33; 4. los. 

9. 120; unsuci-e.-sful in sending Pelhani, 2. L'.'jO; 4. 2u4; 6. 13. 31. 

supijlies to New Plymouth, 9. l-^i ; Baron, 6. 331. 



IXDKX TO COLLFXTIONS. 215 

Prpsbvtcry, 6. oO. 1 310, ol7; Capt. Joliu Smith. 

I'l-ltry, nn i"n<liiceiiu-nt for coloniza- ' (1G14) KWl, prc^baV'ly at, 5. KU; 7. 

t'ion, 5. l~;i. I ^1"', ''l*'; calh'd .Tulmstc<\vn. 5. 

Pcniailuiiui.ok lake, 4. ins. [ 1(1-J; muubfrof sliii>s iliat siiK'd 

reniaiiuiil. (Ictinilion uf, 4. lUS, 379; \ (101.")) to, lOlo. 7. 31'.'; Jul-.n PiiTce 

5. 1^1 ; 7. 2'.'."). I (10-1) dill I'stahlish. lOi'l. a scttluinent 

bay, rriiiLTs expedition at. 5. 1.j3. at. 5. 1S">; lMeive"s settlement 

cl'.arter. 5. I-li;. ! and lirown's purehase uiiiti.il. 5. 

colony or settlement of. a name of 1S.")-1S0; but little li.shini:. 1023, 

reniote antiiputy. 7. •_".'■■); ranked : (1023; done at. 2. !i'.>: .'^amoset tlie sa<r- 

a.*; a kin.mlom. 7". 2'.".'), 3ov.;;il : the - amore of, 5. li'>S. l.Mi; Capt. 

commeniai treasuies of, 7. 2'.>0- 1 Witheridcce at, 5. 1C>S; f:rante<l to 

2!tt;; certilicate relatini,' to, i.3Sn; i I.evett, 5. hlS; in the possession 

the eai)ital and foremost settle- | of Witherid;,'e, 5. 18(5; prohahle 

ment in Maine, 5. Ml, 174.201;!, | date of the arrival of Biown and 

2W); 7.132: early vistited by mar- : (1023-24) Pieree. 1023-24. 9. 124; land 

iuers, 5. 144, lO.S; 7. 2'.i;>-2'.)4; ' at granted to Bristol inerehauts, 

united to Bristol, 5. 147, 1"»3; pa- [ (102.")) 102.">, 2. .")0a; John Brown de- 

tentees of. 5. 141t, 1")3: the dis- j scrihed as livini,' near. 2. s7'i ; 4. 

covery of an initial peri. m! in New ; 232; the elaim of Biown and 

Enirla'nd's history. 5. l')7; 7-204, Pieree. 2.87; 5. IS."). ISii; 9. 122, 

311; loeation and extent of. 5. 1 123., 124, 125; settled before ^heep- 

lo7)(, 181. 200; 7. 2'.i3. 200, 308, seot, 2. 237: the first deed of 

300, 318-.jl!i: the history of full (1020) conveyanee executed in Amer- 

of interest and her pa>t not yet iea, 1020. was exeeuted at, 5. 

unfolded. 5. 10'.'; a hulwark'of ' lO."): f;rant of laml at to the 

Protestantism, 5. 174. ITS. 220. , (1028) Ahhvortlis. 1028. 9. iiOT; larirer 

223: from a stronghold it dwin- (102'.') in bViO tlian Quebec. 5. lOt]; no 

died to a hamlet. 5. 174, 17s. 232, discord ar. 5. 107: fort built at, 

270, 203; sutYered by the fortunes (1030) 103n, 5. 107; Shurfs plantation 

of war, 5. 17S: date of the tirst I extended to, 5. 107, 10,;». 100; 

permanent settlement not deter- : in the territory of the Tarrantins, 

mined, 5. 1>1; itrol)ablv O'^-val 5. 108; called an old colony, 5. 

with Plvmouth. 5. 1>1. V4. is.j; (1030) 108; visited by Allerton. 1030, 

of twofold interest. 5. -'ol : charac- 5. 10^-100; population of in 

ter of the dwellin-s. 7. ;;iO; har- | (1031) b'.r.l, 8. ]<>: an unlucky year 

bor of described. 2. L'3-; Pierce ' (1032) in the annals of, 10:;2, 5. 203; 

did not settle at. 2.4:;/,; a neu- disliked by the western colo- 

(1G03) tral piound. 5.2-0; visited by : nists, 5. 203-204, 200: sent grain 

PrinLT, lt;i»3. 5. 1"'2; ^Veymouth ' to tlie mill at Boston, 5. 204; 

(IGOo) carried Indians from. 'lOo.'), 5. , robbed by the French, 5. 204- 

:140: 7. 134. 20:;; described by (IG33) 20."); a pirate hoverinci near, 

Wevmoulh. 7. 2'.';;; separate from , 10:;:J, i. 42; 5.200; Aldworth's 

the'piovinf-e of Maine, 7. 310; sep- 1 land near bequeathed to El- 

arate from Sacradahoc. 7.313; tirst | (1G34) bridge, 1034, 2. 5W/; 5. 220; 

point of English colonization. 7. : population of in ir.:;4. 5. 2:'3; 

(IGOG) 300, 310; the /'^'-'(N /(( '/(^o. IGOO), I the boundary establis!i<-d be- 

(1007)7.311; the first entry. lOOT. in (103-')) twi'en 8heepseot. 10.; J, 4. 221; 

the annals of. 5. l.")8-100; Kurt in ilanger from tlie French, 5. 

St. George ere<te.l. 7. UOs; one of : 21.">; French claimed land at, 5. 

the New En-land, 7. 3o8, i 21.j; Mass. assisted the enemy of, 

308ji, 300; Indi.ms visited the j 5. 21.")-210; the Angel bouiKl for, 

new comer.-. 5. l-")0; 7. 134; friend- 5. 210; shipwrecked, 5. 217-21S; 

Iv with the Indians. 7. ;;o4; kept ' the seal of. 5. I'lS, 21-,(. ::ol . ;'.04, 

the .Snbl>atli. 7. :;o4: Pnpham and : (1038) 3ls; the father of Sir William 

Gilbert at. 5. ;;.;4-:;;;."). 34s. ;U0; 6. Phipps, ir,:!s. arrived at. 5. 223: 

297; 7. l:;4, 304, ."l-j, 310: rapid ': 9. to; had all the outwanl signs 

developments of life and civiliza- CO:',**) of ])r(jsi)i-rity in 10;;o, 5.l'2:'.. 22.'j; 

tion in, 7. 311; fnupiently men- (1040) an agriiultural. 1040. eninmu- 

tioned a:> inhabited. 7. l;;4"; early nity. 5. •-'2."); Thomas Elbridgc, 

seat of tra.le, 7. I.i4. :;il. 31(;. :;is, ; (1047)1017, held a court ar, 5.1-20, 

310, ;-!20; 9. l:j(): Monhegan and ' (lO-'V.') 227; Thomas Elbiirlg.-. ]c,r>0, 

DamarisiMitta dep<nden(ies of. 7. 1 lived at. i. bis; 5. I,"j4.2::7. S.ln; 

31.">, ;;20, .322; the iiat.nt dis- } tlie i.rnprietors not aide to en- 

covi-red, 7.:;]."); liaif owner of Sag- | forr(; tlieir authority, 5. 22>, 220- 

adahoc, 7. 310-;;i7; Plastrier ■ 2.3iJ; iiK-rrascd in trade, 5. 220: 

(1G09-1O) captured oil, 1009-10, 7. 314, ' the ehaunels of| tr.idc directed 



21G 



maim: III'-TOllICAL f'OCIKTY. 



Pcmaquid — CHntinuod. I 

(16C">) lioiii. liii'i'i. 5. •-'■".•-'. 'J.'VJ/i: uii- 
favoialilo rciHMt lonccrniu'j. 5. 
'2-V2, '_'•'>- H ; 7. I'l'i: iii:i;^i--lrat» s 
(1G71) C(imniissiiiiu'(l. 7. !."..">: survcvitl, 
IC.Tl. by Miinjoy. 5. -.MT: Mou- 
ho<;an witl'.in tlio liiiiiis of, 5. 
(1G7"J) "-i^T; !.i>viia.-c (ltsirc<l. k^l'. a 
tnu' stiiU' ci the alVnirs of. 5. T. 
2-47-L'4^: i>tti;i..m-d to Mass. fm- a 
goviTiiiniiii. 5. 'j:]'.". -^411: 8. \^''<: 
solicituilo t-oiioorniiii: tlio ii liu- 
(IGT-""".) ion of. 5. •j:L'. -J-l-: ]H>i>ul:itio!i 
of. HiT:',. 5. j:;i: n rloi istical 
tribunal of. 5. •_*:Jt',--_':;7 ; Mass.. 
(1674) li)74, took jiosso-sion of. 5. .;: 
8. 18('>; Mass. bt-Iil a court at. 5. t 
•_'48, i'4H: 7. b'ni: tax of, 5. •S>0\ \ 
(1070) the Indians projianMl to attack, 
1G70, I.224; Andros sent a force 
to, I. :j:;ii: 3. \\\: 5. .-^.14. ;'.'.t7; 
court liebl at. 5. i.Mi: nijitnrtMl. 4. 
7o, •2-S".\ 5. -J'-: 7. l''i': 8. l^i'>: ac- 
cused of scUinu; Indians into 
(1677) slavery. 5. I'-'d : .lo.elyn. IUTT, 
lived at. i. 1'.''.'/': 3. o:t: liatclies 
at claimed by llow ditch and Du- 
val, 5. '.', 11. ■_'•>: the possession of 
considfrc(l, 5. l."i: letter to from 
Bruckholst. 5. Hl-Ls; to be the 
only trading" place, 5. 18. ll*. ot), 
37; the sale of liquors restricted, 
5. HI. "J"-': Knaptou to be in com- 
mand at. 5. 17, 1'.': laws conccrn- 
in.<^ trade at, 5. i'J-S-]. 3">, -"Jo. 43, 
2o!t, 2(>i>; 8. isr,: Andros sent a 
slooj) to convey refu!.;ees to New 
York, 5. 20-<: 7. 157: 8. is*;; sol- 
diers sent there only to jierish. 5. 
2U'.>. 271; cast iin Innise at, 5.;>oU; 
7. l.")7; 8. iM'i; timlK-rs sent to 
build a fort at, 5. 2'ji); efticient 
measures ailoptcd for the set- 
(167S) tlement of, 5. -JfU-i-'frJ; order.s 
of 107>!, relating to. 5.. '52. :>"], :]•">; 
Davidson and White ])urchased 
the Ell)rid'_;e estate in, 5. i^:)'); 
(16S0) Jordan. 10>;u. a justice for, i. 
235/!; fishermen to yearly re- 
new their en'i'a'^'einents, 5. :','>; 
Francis Skinner in command at, 
(1681) 1081. 5. 45-40: Duncan sent 
comnns-ioners to, liis:5, 4.224; 
petions to Dnncran. 5. 70-72. 81- 
88; Thomas S)iar]» in command 
at, 5. 73; Alexander Woodroji sul>- 
Cfdlector. 5. 74-75: in-ti\ictiuns 
for the settlement, 5. 75-81; 6. 
101; fault found with the com- 
mander. 5. 8;;: r<'fiised to ac- 
knowledge the irovi-rnmcnt st-nt 
by tlie kin'_'. 5. 2';3; sent a iv]»re- 
eentative to S'ew York. 5. 2t'.3: at- 
tempt made to induce innniLrra- 
titm, 5. 2iiJ; to be a pait of Coin- 
wall ccninty, 5. 4; to send one 
member to the usseinbly, 5. 4; 



]>asscs for vessels from li'.^l t,, 
if,s.-.. 5. i:;:,-!;:.;; bio.-khoii.,. 
(10.84) .•mud at. ir.-4. 5. 10|; f^a\;- 
rcnts to be coll. iit d. 5. Iu5; aii- 
nrxcd to the New l-".nLrI;iinl >.;<iv- 
(lOsii) iniiiicnt. liisr.. 5. 4, |;'.o-i:;i; y. 
15!': ('a]d. Talmrr stnt t^ ^i\i' 
out patents at. 5. I07. 1 pi. 1 | i ; 3. 
187-1S8; James (iraiiam linns, d 
to take up lan<!. 5. H'S; 'rhombs 
Smith licensed to take u]* land. 5. 
lO'.i; Tiiomas Cooper licensed to 
take ui> land. 5. ln'.i-l lo: mn.s ;i,id 
ammuniiiou lian^fiiii il to the 
government of New Ihuland. 5. 
205, 27'.b( : dissolved froni New- 
York, 5. 205: the annexation t^i 
il»>.Nton advised, 5. 'Ji't'r, really 
ruled by Louis xiv. 5. iii'i: Jo] :i 
AVest in char>:e at, 8. Is'.o the8tii- 
art ride intolerable. 8. r.'5: :i 
(10>7) naturalallianee w iih Ma-s..i(;v7 
5. 2r.i;: a force sent to, i. •_'..■■: 
(l(;8>s) r>i-oek!iolst in command af,lt;s-. 
I. 2'.'ti: 5.:i'.>4; forces wiihdrawn. 
I. 2'.'l: captured by Freneh and 
Imlians, i. 2'.d. 4;>.'"; 5. •J72, ;V,t4 : 
6. 28:J: 8. 159: remonstranee 
against the surrender to M'.ss., 5. 
i:-;2; visiteil by .\ndros and Ran- 
dolph, 5. 2t'i7: 7.54: the colonisi> 
squeezed dry. 5. 2*'.7: settlers 
denied ;;rants. 5. li;7--|>: Andros" 
villainy at. 5. ■_'ii"^-L'71 : 7. •'■" : 
called Jamestown. 5. l'71: irooi > 
lied from, 5. 271: left to tlie ene- 
my, 5.272; Andri's built a sloop 
at. 5. •_'7'.'; the settlers Ki'i-eo- 
jialians. 6. I'.n ; St. rii-tine's 
<ioods taken at. 7.55: 'riiomas 
(108!*) (iyles, lUs'.t, killed at, 3. ::i4/,. 
;;55: troojts at as>\u-ed of their 
pay. 5. 27'i. 27'w( : the foilmn hoi'C 
of Protestantism. 5. 27s: fearcl 
the results of Andros" Ireaehiry 
and the hatreil of the .lcsiMt>. 
(10n0)5.27-: 7.37: (lov. Phiiq.s, 101"'. 
ereeted a fort at. 7. 'C: unns 
delivered to the New York l'''^ 
(1(501) ernment, lOHl. 5. L'7'-: I'reiieli 
did not attack. 7. 1:2 : Maim 
(lO'.liL') Chureh, lO'.'L'. at. 2. l'.''.: 5. -3t>. 
331: (tOV. Phi])iis at, 5. 2s2: 
fort built at in H;'.i2. 2. 2:;!'; 5- 
282, 2S-j;i; 6.28:!: 7. 15'.i; 9. 41-4-j: 
a check to the French for four 
years. 2. 2;'>'.); 6. 2^:1; marked for 
destiaiction, 2. 240; petition fo 
* New York. 7. 132;/; jiopidati'-n 

(1093) and trade in H;!..;. 2.1.' to; rnm.u 
of an attack. 5. i;-3; treity oi 
' peaee at, 5. 2>;;; Indian priy 

(1004) oners at, 1094. to be quesiioned, 
5. 2>4. 285. 2-7: Mr- l'''"-'' ""' 
I ndriistei' at. 5. 2-4: the IndiariS 

I prc-tcnded they desireil pence, 5- 

284-2b5; truce" of thirty days, 5- 



INDEX TO COLLECTIONS. 



21 



2SS; French proi>arc(l to captuvo, 
5. :.'S0; C!iul>l> in oominantl, 5. 

•J'.'o; riiijips ])inrliasotl l:<n<l at. 
(lOOiI) 9. 7'.': i>iri>:iran(>ns, 10'.>'. lor 

the cai>rmo, 2. I'lO: roiiort ol' 
oajitiiro. 5. l-;4: artaokoil by Ibci- 
vilU'. 5. IJ'.O; i-ajitun'(i. 5. "-'.'1. ■JV'.". 
7. Cii; 9. 1:'.: I 111! of till' amioiit 

si'ttlmn III, 5. -'.M: now Bristol. 
(1700) 5- ■-'•'). ;;:'■_■: liii' inMiy ot. ITm', 

Kyswick iliil 11 u In inu' ]'i':'.i<-' 10. 
5. •_".'•">: tlu' ciiisi." of the Stuarts 
still rotiil on. 5. L".'."i: Ma>s. ad- 
vised to ri'tuiilti t'.u'fort at. 5. "-'.m;; 
foundations of liio tort n-niaiiuti 
entire, 5. 2'.~,: a deserted spot. 5. 
2i'7; why England desiri'd the 
resettliniT of, 5. 2'.iS: Slnirt's dy- 

inu" Mords, 5. ■_".'.'; never eeded 
(172r.) to Franee. 7. 1-'a'<: Indians de- 

sire<l a, 17H'. tradinu'-liouse at, 

3. ;JS4 : Vanulian's liandet in. 
(ni?S) 17i'!s. 8. •_".'(■.: Dunbar sent as 
(n^ii) governor of, 17i".t, 8. -jliii; the 

seat i)f Dunbar's government 

(173(1) at. 17-"!i». 6. !>-: the >eoteb-Irish 

invited to settle. 6. In: Duidjar 

btiilt a housi" at. 6. L'o: tlie Ib'v. 

li o b e r t liutlu rlord iii\iti-d to 

prea(h at. 6. •'."..■■'.•"■) : people from 

(1740) Ireland >ettK d in. 174i>. 6. -'-'; 

the recortls of destroyed, 174S, 

4. 2-2S; informed of the ap- 
(17o.J) proaeh of the Indians, 17")-">, 7. 

177: a f;arrison maintained at, 
(1750) r,r,\). 2. 241 : Fort Frederick at, 

5. wOluc 6. 1-: lime broiiLrht 
from, 8. :^1:^(/: a pietures(|iie spot, 
2. 241: Catiillar'> aceount of. 6. 
2^'2-'2y-]; renriiiis of the settle- 
ment at, 7. l;]:i. ]'■','). :;<)".i; a lan- 
guid exotic. 7. ;;i<'i: dates of the 



1-1.".S; cited. 5. -2^4, L'd.". : 6. Isv. 
101: 7. l.'iC. l.",7, b".0: 8. 1-4, US. 

ISS, I'.IJ. p.. 4. 

l>att nt. ,Iu(!l:i' Williamsi'ii (,11. 5. •.07 ; 
l»ait of the ti nitory o\ uiv.ii to 
Sir William A lixaiuli r, 4. I'Jl. 

iMiiiii^ulai-. 5. isi, :;o;;. 

p(.'int. uraiKcd to Abiu ort !i and Kl- 
biii'.uc. I. so; L;rant(d \<f .l.dm 
Frowiu 2. .">(i(^: 7. 1.;.".: hoi. it- of 
Joiui Frown, 2. >7/(: uKntioiicd, 
I. 'M'r. 2. ■2-)<. •_':>)(: 5. :',L'tl. :',-j7. 

jnoprietors. lontrovci sy witli Ken- 
nebec jiur<'l:asers. 2. J77: the 
company formed. 5. L':lii: Thomas 
Drown the lirst eicrk oi. 5. i.';;i : 
names of the eaily mi'iiibcrs. 5. 
:;ol, :'.(iL': the Fe(i)r"d> of. 5. .■.oi. 

river, visitcil by I.cvctt. i.';i,i: laii<l 
on <;'iantcd io Sir \\'illiam Alex- 
ander. I. :;(, 7'.''/. >"1 : 4. -'J\: set- 
tlement on. I. '■)>>: .lolm brown 
j)areiiased land on. i.;]ti: hind on 
iiranted to Aldwortli and F.lbiiii^e, 
I. oii, :;7: boundary of Mason's 
Ciant. I. SI ; Imlians captured at 
carried to I'.nelaiul. i. lO'.o u >ur- 
vey b> be made at. i. ■Jl'.i; Wey- 
mouth at. 2. 17: 3. -^7 ; Dash.iba 
lived near. 2. Ol'; ci.iimed as the 
bountlary «i the Kennebec ji;n- 
chase, 2. l'70: visited by (Albert 
and lN.]ili:im. 3. 207, 20S; 5. l.'i'.t; 
6. '-'A-i: lioundary of the ,t;iant to 
the Duke of Voik, 5. 2;J4: an In- 
dian villaue on. 5. ■■!;;'>: bouiidary 
of Norumbei;:). 8. :]!'.'. :;l'U: \i.«ite(l 
by "S'iiLiinii li.-hernien. 8. o'.'O: 
mentioned, i. l'Ol'. .",'.1: 2. -JA-J: 3. 
oo;;; 4. Oil. 2:;i. ■•;_'.'; 5.<;. l"ai. l"a''/(. 
l.')7;(, -JOIJ, 200. 2.:.0, 340, :).".0: 7. '.'."•_.; 
8.317. 



erection of the forts at. 9.43/i-44)i: : Pema(jinders. the. 5. 2;;7. 24S. 2r.:',. 

mentioned. 2.-]'>a, 4'.*", :>{)ti. SS; 3. Pemaipiini. same as I'emaiiuid. 4. K^-^. 

3.")0, 3tJ0, 377. 37"^, 3^8: 4. 14, lUl, ' I'emiupiyd, same as Pemanuid, 5, 7ii. 

7."), lot), 210, 233: 5. xxi, 0, 13, l-'), I PematiLT, the Indian nanu' c-f Mt. I)e- 

27, 20. :]i). 3:!, 3S. 40. 41, 4S. r.s, OC, j serf, i. 2r., 430: 7. :;. 27; visited by 

G'^. 0'.), 70, 71, 7.;;. si;. ;m), <i-j. 1)4^ : Jesuits, i. 43o: Da.M'.nts in jhi.— 

104, 111, l.;i(,, l;;.-.. 13'i. 137. 13<, ' sessii^i of. 7. 27; 8.:;21; ("apt. Ar- 

ISt), l'.ll», 24'.i. 2.'.2. 2i;i. 2sl. 202rt, 1 jrall at, 8. 320; mentioned, 8. 324. 

303, 32S, ;J4C.. 3,:,'.i„; 6. 14t). ISll, | Pembrook, Fimhind, 7. 3sO. 

207, 370; 7. 3ti. f,;;. 143. lf,;i. :J07, , Mass., 2, 14."-; 4.272; 6.41. 7t'i; 5, xb/. 

22, 303; 8. 1S4, 24 4,/, 207, ;lIo: g. Pemeuit, 7. 3ii'.t; so- PenKupiid. 



42/i, 43, 4S: An Historical i;e\iew 1 

of, by J. Winirate Thornton. 5. I 

13i)-:lo4; The countv of under the 

Stuarbs, by II. W. Kieliardson. 8. I 

181-lO.j; The Pelation of to (uir I 

Colonial History, by F. P.. Hou;;li, 1 

7. 127-104; sre also Paincuit. I 

falls, 5. 101. I 1 

harbor, 7. b'3. 1 

manuscripts, liiscovcred by P. K. ! 

8ewall. 8, 1^3/!. ' 1 

ucck, .John Prov.ii aequired the title 1 

to, 7. 13"). I 
papers, edited by F. B. Hough, 5. 



melegoit, ■•if Pemati; 
I'lnlcuit, detinition of, 7. 341 ; foit at 

captured, 7. 341. 
enimayquid, 5. 1«;2; .s^e Peinaquid. 
emo(|uid. 5. \''>'^; -sec Pemacpiid. 
emptej^oiiet ri\er. 7. 90;i. 
eimpiit. 7. 203, 3nt;. 
emy-(^iid, 5. 4; me Pema<pii<l. 
cna(piida, a name given to the coast 

of .New Fngland. 5. 1")"<. 
enasvauskek. i. 4t'>0; 6.4. 
endleton, Caiit. IJrian. b\cd at Saco. 

I, 107, 22l;(; an as-,oci;,le, 1. 107: 

a letter of cited, i. 217, 221^; tu 



218 MAiyE IIISTOinCAL SOCIKTY. 

Pi'urtloton. Cnpt. 'Rrian — continued. reniiC7naqnr\rn, 4. 100. 

Ijy out tilt' bounihny of \\\-lls. i. i ronnor. liii lianl. 2. 'J(iO. 

"til; nu'ntion.oil, 3. IJT, TJ", li'l, rcnn^ylv.uiin, soUlieis from nO"'om- 

12-'; 9. ••>'J4. ! pany Arnold, i. 500, ')]:). .'.•.l: 

Ptiierook. 6. L'-"i). ■ Maci-K'nai;lian niovt-d to. 3. ::T.'n: 

J'cniiallow, Jiilm. .<iL;nid tlio treaty of Srotrli-lrisli .^iottli'd in. 6. '.1. In. id; 

171:!. 6. '-'"ii".: of 1717. 6. -Jiii : auto- tlio name uiv^n tn tli'- wli.l,- ,,1" 

gia]"Ii (.)f, 6. L'")i'i. L'')! ; niontionod, New Knirland, 6. ;'l'7--'VJ~- : uave 

2. 'JOi.'. provi.-si(.in.s for the e.\;". diiidii 
Saiuufl, sold land t<> Ilarnion. 3. ai^a.nst ].i>ui>liui ^. 8. 11'.': nui.- 

21'_'; mentioned. 3. \''C. .itiJ. tioneii. 1. .")0;i. oil*, .");)0; 2. 71.'; 4 

Samuel, liis Indian Wars eited. 5. '2^'J: 5. x.xxvii, !;]•_', 404. 407 : 5. 7. 

2'.)^, •.'!>>.). "J-J. :;!. ."..i, '.It',,,, ill), 100. ;',:;o: 7. l'JI, 

Cai)t. Z . lield a conference wifli the ■]■>:>. A'r,; 8. SO. 110,,, :;()4, 4-j:,, 444. 

Indian.s at Arrow sic. 7. >:; ; letter IIistori<al .Sdiiity, 7. 4S4. 

to the poverniir of Mass.. 8. 114h- journal. 5. .■'>7». 

11.".,,; menlione<]. 8. 2>4. 1 Pennycouk. the liev. Paul Coflin iri. 4. 

peninsula, the dispute concerninLi :>is; number of families in. 4. :.:'.>; 

it, 3. :;oo,i. .■301»;.Ncc I'oint Fopham. , now i;umf(ud. 4. :>J8;( : rich soil, 

l'enit]uit. 8. IS'^, '.yj] : sre Penratiir. 4. :>j'.': mentioned, 4. ■)^)-\. 'VM. 

Penjcjawock river, the. 4. P'S; 7. 7. \^^. Penolisceai:. / the Indian narne of the 

I*eulev, Dorcas, mariicd llu'.;h Will- Penobscuok. ) Penob.scot river, i. 

cott, I. .-^U. oi). 

Jane, married Dennis Miuou^h. i. . Penobscot, dilTerent ways of sjicllinLr, 

oK5, ol4. i 7.:]: used to denote a re^'ion. i. 

3Iarv, married Edward Bailey, i. |. 4ol;(. 

.■]14: a widow, i..';i4. ! Vincent Pii;ot at. i. 404: Pere 

Pachci. widow of Sampson, i. .'114. Thury at. i. 4:;.") : the sagamore of, 

Samjison, lived at Falmouth, i. 111*. 3. loj: an Indian town. 5. ].")(),;. 

114, lS')n; signed the submission l.';7;(,;)71: the Plymouth Colony 

to Ma.ss., I. Ill': date of his arri- established a tradincr post at. 6. 

val unknown, i. Ibi: received lOM; 7. 20; Col. Tem]de resided 

land from Pobcir .lordan. i. l-'Xi; at. 6. llo; restored to the French. 

Consenttd to the aurt-enient be- 6. llu: associated with the name 

twein Jordan ami Tucker, i. l-il; of prominent adventunrs. 6. 11": 

petitii>ned to the general court. I. , beaver trade luisk. 7. Ill: Cas- 

144; his ri<:ht to lIou>e island, i. tine's settlement at (le>rroyed. 7. 

151; conveyed land to (icortie IIm: Gov. rownell t"i.k formal 

iMunjoy, i. lOr,,,: keeper of the • possession of, 7. 1 10: coins found 

jail, I. It37; released Mor^ran, i. near, 6. 114: the orij^inil \illiLre. 

J(i7; lived near Long creek. I. 20t); 7. i-i'; various nanus of. 7. -■>: 

lived near Fore river, i. iMt): his Fatlier Piard at. 7. -J')-, various 

dau^i^hter married Dennis Mo- ; owners of. 7. :.'•', ; a i.romineut 

rou_<;h, I. :j1:]; returned to Fal- place, 7. l'-j: the clainr of the 

mouth, I. 014: date of his death French to no better than that of 

unknown, i. .'JH: his widow, i. the EnLclish. 7. 20; the Pilgrims 

814; his children. 1.014; lived at did not a^^k for a charti-r to. 7. :J0; 

Purpooduck, i. 0-J-j. \ the com]^any of undertakers 

Pennacook. nee Pennecook. i formed. 7. 2'.»--;o; Edward Ashley 

Pennatuckets, the. 6. 2:;(;. ! in char^H- of the atfairs at. 7. On: 

Pennecook. derivation and meanincj AUerton diverted the traoe from. 

of. 4. I'.tO: now Concord. 4. :^7^)i: 7-01: business at JlI■o^['erous. 7. 

mentioned. 2. 14il: 4. _'-'.•: 6. -J'jO. 01; robbed by the Fn'iuh. 7. 02; 

falLs. 3. 0-_'0-024; 4. lO-^. 100. the Ijusiness' of the Plymouth 

Pennecouks. the, settlcl near Penne- •■ Comjiany broutrht to a close. 7- 

cook falls, 3. :;i.';;-.;24: moved from O-'J: the Great Iloj)e sent to. 7.0.',: 

New Hampshire. 3. Ol'I; liad in- the expeditiim frustrated. 7. ."'t'; 

tercourse with the northern tribes. hope of regaining given u],. 7. 07; 

3. 024; loeation of. 6. l':',i;: tribes .St. Castine moved to, 7, A'>: called 
that held fealty to. 3. ■_':'.»'>; dispo- ■ Panaouamske, 7. 7",; number of 
fiition (,f. 6. •J:;i\: moved to Can- warriois at, 7. 02: desdibed hy 
ada, 6. 2;;o. :v:;s: not in King Phil- John Calf, 7. 200-204 : the Eng- 
ip'.s war. 6. 2;i7: land n<-;ir (Quebec li-;ii name of Xorumbi'_M. 8.-.01; 
^-ranted t.j, 6. 20^; mentioned. 6. called Plantation No.:;. 9. I''-': ii^- 
2-02. eluded in Castine, 9. l."/.'-!'!"; 

Pennff-'ather, Baron, married Miss mentioned, 2. 240; 3. 0ti2. 07-!, 074, 

Derby, 7. 409. a^G, 0'J4, OOG, 42S; 4. 020, 044, 000, 



INDEX TO COLLECTIONS. 



219 



I.') 


-'^;4- 


li»4. 


n 


,< • 


;4T 


. •■)i,)^. 


:;-4 


)/ : 


6. 


-"•', 


101. 


2iy.',, 


■_''. 


•">; 


^1, 


vo. 








ol, 


••>n, 


310, 


o: 


'A 


: 8 


24('./ 


. i.- 


>/( 





3."i2; 5. 21.'), 200, .TIO-T.l'O. :VJS, 4-JT; 
6. lOs, li'r,: 7. itis, 175: 8. i':'.:.. ;>iO; 
9. ^7. 0.!. 1."jO, loi: Aiu'iiiit Po- 
ncliscot, hy the Hon. .lolin K. 
(lodliry. 7. 1--J2. 1U.)-1U4; see 
also l\nt;ii;oi;"f. 

Lar, thr. 8. 47' >. 47t:. 

bay. a bomnlaiy of tho WaMo ]>a- 
teiit. I. 4.">: visited by Martin 
I'lin-.,'. 2. -Jin: 5. l."<o: S. ::t'>; (.'.qit. 
Challonjx to moot Harmon ami 
Prinj:: at, 2. SAa : called Belfast 
bay, 4. :)i'4; ('apt. AiLral wrecked 
at, 5. 17S; Cov. I'owneil embarked 
for. 5. ;j7-'">: Cliamiilain at. 6. ItiO; 
8. olS; Caiit. John Smith at, 6. 
100; only .<oen by WeyinoutJi. 6. 
017; doseribod by < 'liaini.lain. 7. 
l'")o: mentioned. 

5. :h:!. :i-2'.K :-4(;. 
•So-J. M112. ;;il: 7. 
8. 1'l'. L'-"). ;n^; 9. 

eircuit, 7. i:l'S. 

connty. 6. In7; S 
4:]:.'; 9. 77. 

(•\pedition. 5. 440 

falls, a I'lice of rendezvous, 7. 4, .j; 
a Freneh fort at, 7. 4. 

harbor. 7. Go. 

liills. 5. ;;iL', ;^i:3. 

river, attempt to settle a mission 
on, I. 2t'>, 4.)o; the Freneh driven 
from the mouth of. i. •27: ex- 
plored by I'ring. i. 2>!: a bouii<l- 
ar\- of the J'reneh territory, i. 2^: 

6. 1,3n; 8.317: Capr. John Smitli 
at, 1.31; 2. :]4((; 7. 3: a tradin<x 
post estabiislied at. i. 3'.<: tlie In- 
dian and tile French name of, i. 
o9; 7-7; land at <;ranted ro IJeau- 
chanip and Leverett. i. 70: .St. 
Ca.stine and Tliury liverl near, i. 
2S7;. Jesuits at, i.43o; Montrossor 
at, I. 4.j:5, 4tjt'i: compared to the 
Chaudiere. i. 4."i3: described, i. 
4.'i4; called I'entOLCoet. 2. 17'^;: 4. 
107, lOS, 2SL>; 8. ;]-4: Xorumbe-_'a 
supjtosed to be situated on. 2. 17'<: 
the capital of ISashaba situated 
on, 2. is«, -jsa: 7. 0.7: siipi)osed 
to have been ex[)lored by Wey- 
mouth, 2. 17, 22(j; 5. 311. 312. 34.".- 
.340, 347, 34s. 3.".0: 7. 3. :^7: the 
Tarrantines dv.flt near. 2.32": a 
frontier, 4. SO: names of the trib- 
utaries of, 4. 100: settlements on, 

4. 31 S; Allerton's tradt rs at, 5. 
204; not explored l)v Wevmouth, 

5. .3:38; 6. 20:;. 204. 3l'o. 317-3is<: 7; 
'2')f'>; fort built on. 5. ;;o.'). 3ii.7/(. 
o70, 3m; (.s'-c Fort P<nvnell): the 
first permanent settlement on. 5. 
370/(; Ca])t. Mowat in the expedi- 
tion to, 44o/, : claimed as a liound- 
ary of the Waldo Patent. 6. liO; 
supposed to lie I'.'iKjljscot harbor. 

6. 208; certilicatfc of I'owneirs 



takinp: ]mssossion of. 6. 33:>-3.3.'^; 
to bo the (.'asterly boun lary of llio 
I'nited states, 6. :;••;.". : e\iiro)e<i b\ 
CJilberl. 7.3; a place oi icinu'z- 
vous, 7. 1: called Piiuns an^kt k, 

7. 7: described, 7.7: tlu- Indian's 
claims :it recognized. 7.7. 0: In- 
dians rclc.ised their claims. 7. IS, 
P'-21 : i>ropnscd 1.1 have a iiaciiiL' 
house at. 7. 01 : (ii.iinpl.nn at. 7. 
00.; tlu' lir.>t ascent of. 7. -J .■..". --J. ".('«; 
French fort at cajUiued b\ ihe 
F.niilish, 7. :;40: destroyed by the 
Dutidi. 7. :140; cause of the cap- 
ture. 7.:;41 ; claimed by the French 
as their western boundary. 8. ISS; 
the avenue from Ci.nada to the 
oc-ean. g. ^7; (!en. \\'aidi> desire<l 
a fort on. 9. S7: mentioned, i. 33, 
(58/i, 77;/. 147, 2s.s. 4.-,-_'. 4."i;. ."-b;: 2. 
S.-ja, 72if, 202; 3. 1.'12. 177. -!'4h, 
20(5, 3(13. 308: 4. 11. 14. 72. 7s. 00. 
108. 370; 5. x.\. xxi. 2o.', •.'2'.'. i's3, 
312, 313. 320. 337, 3:.o. ;;::.. ;;77'(, 
382)!, 3s.-.: 6. :;2. I'l'i. ■.':;_'. -Jlo. -.^O. 
2")3. 27-">. 207. ;',nL'. ;;o:l. ;;ii;i. ;',!;"), 
317. 33O1. 337. 3.'.4. :;i'.'>, :]r,:], :;70. 
41)0, 401 ; 7. 12, IJO. 70. OS. 211I, -jii'j. 
204. 2.V)/;. 2oG, 3l'0. :;:;3. :;41. :i.Vt; 

8. 21. 22, 2-"), 20. ;)!. 00. l]s, -ji.^,^ 
240)(. 318, 310, 3:;i. :;32.3C.3: 9. 41, 
77, 00. 01. 02, l.".l. 101. lOi'. :-'23. 
224. 22.5. 220, 231. ::'.>: The Pil- 
prims at the, by Jolm K. '.ioilfrey, 
7. 23-37. 

the sietie of cited. 7. :.'03. 

valley, 8. 47S: 9. 00. 

waters, the lirst battle on, 7. 30.. 
Penobscots. the. at war with the Fng- 
lish. I. 21-J; commajiders of, i. 
21.">; sachems of, i. 2i'^; Mui:^ a 
prime minister of. i.2i'0: CheOer- 
rina the sagamore of. i. :;>l/»: the ' 
number of, i.2ss: 5.:',-;,/: 7. lo3; 
joined by the Frencli. 7. i^''! : their 
laniruaiie a dialect of tiie .\l.cna- 
quis. 7. 414: same as the N'or- 
ridL'ewocks. 7.414: preserv. d the 
j.urity of their laiij:unL'-e. 7. 4i."j; 
used belts as treaties. 7. 4_'.". : M. 
Komajrue a prii-st amoni:. 7. 44.7- 
440; signed the treaty of !7-_';'. 3. 
ir)2: (hstroycd the fort at p.tna- 
quid. 5. 272: led bv a .bsuit, 5. 
272: same as the Openanu'os. 6. 
211-212; an inliueniid tiib.-, 6. 
232: the couiOry o< cujiied by, 6. 
232. 233. 233-234: 7. 101: still oc- 
cuj.y their aniieiit abode. 7. 233; 
fielinition of the nana-. 7. 233; 
j.art of their history a bl.nik, 7. 
2:3;!: fit:ht the M-^hav. ks. 7. •J33; 
probably traded with the Ply- 
mouth colonv. 7. :i34: calhd the 
Machias, 7. "234: now the .S.v- 
bayks. 7. li34; on Oldtowu Island, 
7.6; held a coufcreuce with the 



220 MAINK lllSTOmCAL SOCIKrY. 

Penol.soots. thc-contiiHifd. \ 6. ni-1; montionod. 5. :-l'.'. r:ii:;, 

whites near Daimor. 7. T: dosctii- 1 ;^l'-1 ;_6. '_".•>, '.".'n. ;Xi-', JJil, ;'.lii, 

daiits from tlu- Tanaiiius. 7. I'Hi; rivir. 6. M'J. 

coiitlition of, 7. 10:;-in4: aclopt. .1 T. lUooskca^'. 5.;/-.). 

tin- .Iri'ss of civiiizati..ii. 7. \o:\: I'li'iurfll. AiulrL'w. son of Sir M il- 

. attciniit to establisli a s.liuol Ham, liiiih of. 9- ^•': [" mairy 

amonu'. 7- l<*:>-li'-i: "l^i''^'>'^;i'i> '"-• llann.ili WaKlo, 9. S), Sj ; dcatii 

7. l(i."i; 111 e n t i o 11 f .1, i. 4l'1. of. 9. >•'•. 

•lL*4. 4"-'"i; 2. Ill:': 3. ^I'-T, :MtK ;5>0, family. 5. lix, 



■^li. 



till' linn of. 7. •-'!;'. -M-f. 



ai'."), 40;'., 40.'), 407, 4n-v. 400, 410. Lad y. 7. -JM. 

41L'' 41o, 41."), 4!o. 417, 41S. 4-_'<i. hir William, how he hiloULred t<. 

4'22 4"J4. 4-"'. 4-'''. -1-7. -I-m. 441. Maine. 4. 7."': did not ju'liiii'ii for 

44:^ 44^); 4. ly>->. I-IO), 147. 1;^. l-")i>. redueed taxation, 4. 107, ::ii''; a 

I;')."/, 101', H'A, ]f.^, 10',', 170. 17--', slave owner, 7. --M",. L' 14; liv«.d in 

17."/, 17(1, 170. lS-2, ls.>, 1S4: 5. •-'>:'>. baronial .^tyle, 7. '-'ll: reeeived 

o-\^' o7l'; 6. -jii'). "-'ll. i;!--'. •-':'.:.'. I'll : orders to capture Louisliiir<r, 8. 

y'. 11, IL'. t)-l, ^'i. ^>', 17'>, 1-0: 8. 110, 117»(; g.^-'; his popularity, 9. 

21.") li-'O, L'L'J, -';i.j, ;-l;)l: g- 70, no, 117((; hesitated in aeeei)tin.L: 

I'Ol'. "'""'"' j the onU-rs, g. 110,-117: dispatehr'S 

Pcnob>ke;ii,' river, 4. K'S; see Peiiob- to Sliirley, 9. 1 1'.'/(. l:.'", l-'i/c ere- 

scot river. | i^ted a baron, 9. :'.">: not a trm- 

Penouamske, a spelliui;- of renobseot. ' friend of Col. Vau.-han, g. :;0S- 



7. o, o 



oUU; presented at court, 9. 



an 



Peusluust, g. 20Sh. 1 extensive land Imhier. 9. >-: eoin- 

Peuta<'-oet," the Fteneh naine I'f Penoh- cidences in his lite and tiiat of 

scot. I, :>.»: 4. !'•-: 6. J-J: 7. ;;. 4: (tcu. Wahlo. 9, >^i: nurtioned, 2. 

tlietrueNorumbcL'a. 2.17((: 8. :;;;i: ISO; 3. 171/i. 2! .. 1 1 1 : 4--"'"; ^■ 

Avell known to the French. 6. liiO: l-"); 7. 170; 8. 11-"). 110. ilO. l-'ti, 

onChamplains map, b)'.': Pamlisli 120h, 121, 122^ 24.-)», 204, oOO, ;;o,. 

attempts to settle at. 6. 2M : Ca- :;o>. oOO; 9. S., 01. 

dillac\s account of, 6. 2-2: DAul- Pcpperellboro. the Kev. John I-air- 

nav took j.ossession of. 7. Mo; \ field preached in. 4. 24:'.: slaves 

Grandfontaiu at. 7. 4'1: St. Cas- ' held in, 7.214; now <aco, 7. 214: 

tine had a tradinu pn>t ;it 7. 47: meutiomd. 4. 2'.'0. 

wines sent to and sri/.,d 7. oO; Pepys. Isamuel. \alue of his di;ir\, 9. 

Palmer an<l We.■^t in pos>cs>ioii of, 11. 

7. ."jo- a fort wanted at 7. .■)2: Pequakett, tlic Indians at to be at- 
Thurey at. 7. ."^-: D'lbtiville at 7. t:icked, i. 21.'); derivation :ind 
0:j; Al'den traded at. 7. 'I';: the in- ; delinition of. 4- lb'- ^''l- -'^■"' ■ ''"' 
habitants of. 7. 7i)/,, 7 Wi ; now I lirst to winter there, 4. 2--^/(; 
Castine. 7. 70: Major Livingstone ' sometimes spelled PiL'trw a<kett. 
at, 7. 70; St. Cast i lie the ritxhtful 4. 27.">y( ; same as Fiyeburir, 4- 
owner of. 8. 102, l'.2/(: Du ^b)iits 27-")» ; number of Imlians kille<l at. 
at, 8. 321: b)rt ercctid by D'Aul- 4. -v-U: nientioned, 3. •■;24: 4-. •*'•'' 
nay at 8. :;oO; ^rant to La Tour 277, 2S./(; 6. 2."A), 20i,i; sec Pi'^i^- 
atg. 112; mentioned. 5. .J^.'j. ;]s">/(: wackett. 

7. -.0, 20, :i:3, 71//. -2, >4. >0: 8. iss, Peipiakett, battle of, 3. l.">>: 4- -''^" 

310. o24, ;3;jU; g. ll2/<: see also 202, 

Penobscot. Pe«iuaket pond, 2. 101: 4. 1 b5- 

river. 4. 1U7; 6. 240; 7. ."., 4; 8. 0^0, ' Pequakets, the, origin of the name, 4- 

3;;i; sc/' Peuobsof river. I 27-')//; retired to the liejul ol the 

Pentaiiuevette, the French name of Connecticut liver. 4. 27.")/^ : a tcr^ 

Penobscot, I. .;'.>; 6. los. ror to the whites, g. 212: ^ubduejl 

Pentecost, now lioolh Ihiv, 5. 292/. : 6. by Lovewell, g. 212: mentioned. 

;}io. ; 3- -•-'-•: ->; 4- ii''-^i^'^' i^-"' ^•'•'• 

harbor, named and vi.sited by Wey- l.">s, l.'V.i; 6. 2:12; 9. 2i2. 

mouth, 5. ."114, :):;>; 6. 20.'). :;i(); Pe<pianquaii-ke, 4. 101. 

now TownseiKl Harbor or liooth Peipiaret. 6. 2.")7. 

Pay, 5. ol4. :;:;-: \Ve\iiioiith pro- I'eqnawket, .s" Pequaket. 

p.jsed to remain at. 5! :;is. :;2:;. :;2T Peciuod war. soldiers in granted lai.O 

vi20; location <d. 6. I'.'l; a cross in Maine. 2. l:;"); dale ol, 2. b-)/'- 

set up at, 6. 20."). 2'.'<i: f..ur pas- I'e.pi.ids, the. a ino<t warlike tub.', 2. 

Ra-rest<', 6. 200: not the Kennebec lO'.t; ait;o k.-.l, 100-17l>; destroyc.i. 

liver, 6. 207; not llooih Hay, 6. 2. 17o: 7. I."i2:- of the Mohegan 

20-<; must be St. Ceoige's F-dand nation. 6.212. 

liaruor, 6. i:'JS; visited by Gilbert, I'erches, Thomas, I. ."j.">0. 



INDEX TO COLLECTIONS. 



221 



IVrciiole, Inst of the Aiulrosco.::pinR. i 
2. Ill'; the »lo]'ositii>n of. 3.:!.;:'.; , 
iiis iirirk, 3. :V.\:)\ liis lioiiu'. 4. '.V-V2. \ 

rorli:uii. Leimitl, 7. L'TT. i 

reii;ii:;i. till'. 9. l."i. I 

I'eridiis, Elizahotli, inaniiHl Israfl 
Wildos. 8. .NT. : 

.Taiiu s. 2. 111!. 

Natliaii. 4. 'ii'k " I 

Sinuiiii. 2. r_'T. i 

Susniuia. nvan io>l to Kdwaid Einov- ' 
soil. 8. :;^'.». I 

Tlioinas, K^-q., inairi'jd Anna l\<\\- 
cll. 7. :J.;i/;. 

Cai>t. Tliomas, at tlio siii^'c of ' 
LouisbmLT. 3. 17:;: 8. l-js^ i^-J: 
s!iil>wivok<,'<l. 8. 1-J^. l:'.s. | 

Tlioinas H.. 3. -JA-k --'if., -j:,]. ■_'.".-). ] 

Perlt'v. Xatliunii'l. son of the Kev. i 
Samuel. 4. ;Ui); practised at Hal- j 
lowt'll, 6. fii'; liiaihiatcd from 
Harvard ColleLTc. 6. 1)2: anecdotes | 
and charactevistics of, 6. ilii-ii:]. ! 
the liev. Samuel, i>ri'ac1i('d in (Jray 
and .Si'ahrook. 6. :;."i: (icalli of. 6. 
.■'."•; mentioned. 4. ;J4ii: 6. .;:.'. ;Jt3, 
•i I . 

Perqaimans eonnty. home of Govern- 
or Archdale, i. 1T">. 

Perrin ease, the, 6. ."jij. 

Perrot, M. , former governor of 

3Iontieal, 7. 4'^: 'ns eharacter. 7. 
4S; disturlied St. Castine, 7. 4^. 
4;>; ,<rovi.-rni>r of Acadia, 7. 4>: St. 
Castine comitl'iiii'il of. 7. 4'.'-.")i): 
letter to the rieneli iniiiistei'. 7. 
r)l; dejirived of his oflice. 7. .">! ; 
trading; on the eoast. 7.-") I ; robbed, 
7. ")I; in Frin;'e. 7. "jI; not a 
friend of St. Castine. 7. ."jl'. 

Perry. 6. -lOU. 

John, death of his children, i. .":]:]. 

Ilo^'er,- 3. ItiH. 

Deacon , of Warcliam. 4. 270. 

Perse, John. g. A^-. 

Peruvians, the. 6. 2S-]. 

Pcsea'lonet. same as Pi^^catawny. 6. 
'2>^'-'.: Cadillac's account of, 6. l'S.J- 
2^4. 

Pesifiuid, 8. 140: now Windsor. 8. 14."). 

Pesm >c idy bay, Cadillac.'" s accoant of. 
6. 'j7'.'; same as Passama(iuoddy 
bay. 2. tV-'an; 6. -Jl'-ht. 

Pesunisca falls, i. ;")4:). 

rivcr. I. t').", i'>: ■•<( r I'resuiripscot. 

I'eter. a friendly Inilian. 2. i;;2. 

Pcterenu'iiit. Paul. 3. .l^o. 

I'eters. the liev. Hu-h. 9. :]:!.(), •■5:11, ?,r,l, 

I'et.ason, Jolin 2. 2f)2, 220. 

N'icJMdas, 5. 240. 
Petipas, Ja(iues, 7. C,\. C,-2. 
Petit Monahans. 4. I'.Ki. 
Petitions, of Efl'.vanl (Jodfrey to tlio 

Massachusetts f^encial ojurt. i. 

140, 14:;, ;;'.)0-;jO]; to Croiu-.vell, I. 

104, :}y2-3'J4; to Charles 11, i. 240, 



400-401; 2. 120; of tlie pvo]^]^' of 
New Dartmouth. 5. '.•.">. lO'i; of 
the peojde of New Harbor. 5. i:',7- 
l.'JS; of the ]>eo[de of Pemaquid 
to (Jov. DoiiLra.n, s- 7i)-72, Sl-^S; 
to Gov. Andros. i. •j7_'. 

PettenLTill. Edward. 2. 2o-_'. 

I'ettit, M., 7. 40. 

Petuuiuine. same as Pomaipiid. 5. t3' 
8. 1S4. 

Piud[.s. J, dm, 3. 114. 

Phial. s('( Fa\al. 

I'hild..n, 6. 1 IT. 

Philadelphia, a lioundary of Acadia. 

1. 2.'); a boundary "of the IMy- 
niouth Com])any"s eharter, i.:;2; 
trade with .Vsia. 4. l' I : ihc liist 
Prebyterian church in. C. ;;>): nu'ii- 
tioned. i. .")2-<: 4. 2.">: 5. 407, 40,^; 
6. 00. 1:>7. 1."><. b;<, ■.;-2<, .11)7: 7.' 
2.S0, ;;.").'). ;;.*.('(, ;;:ii;, ;;'.is, 40 1. 402, 
4!;;, 47-h,. 4S4; 8. .S-',': 9. l-^-j. 

Association, formed to ])romote 
American manufactures. 4. ."tS. 

Philos(^phical Society. 6. 21(ui. 

I'resbytery, 6. :;(). 107. 
Philbrick. Hann ih. marrieil John 
Cushini^, 6. 17/;. 

Capt. Jonathan, cured henin!4-s. 4. 
ul7; liada sawmill at Sebastirook. 

4. ;J17: married AVeld, 4. ;J17; 

mentioned. 4. .").")0. 

Miss . 4. ;;i.-,. :;i7. 

Philbrook. Joli, taken jirisoner. 2. 2OO: 
returne<l to IJatii. 2. 2i)(i. 

Jonathan, moved to 15 itji. 2. JO.",; 
en<xa,i:ed in sliipbuihliiii;, 2. l'()s^ 
200: mentioned, 2. I'ur,, i^n, jii>. 

Jonathan jr., 2. 2ns. -ji-j. 

Deacon Joshua, 2. -jn:,, i'i)i;^ 211^ 
212, 22;]. 
Pliilip II, of .Spain. 9. :;:'2. 

IV. of Spain. 6. 120, 120)1. 121. 

of Greece. 6. 147. 

called Metaconict, sent cnii^^aiie.s 
to induce the Indians of .Maine to 
en.2;aLr(' in the wai-. 2. I'.'i'; 3. ]';-j_ 
lo:J; killed, 2. I'.m;; 7. -j:,,;: y.i...uin'd 
to exteruiiiriie the Kimli>li, 3. 
10."): received as.-istance from Al- 
bany, 5. 2.">7. 

an Indian livin;,' near Pakerstowu. 

2. 112. 

Philii)s. A nderson. projn ietor at Pem- 
aquid. 5. -Jirj. 
Henry, jnnprietor at Pern Kpd.l, 5. 

;;i)2. 

Joanna, proprietor at Pemaipiiil. 5 

:i02. 
Capt. John, jiroinietor at Pemacjuld, 

5. :!02 

John, a j)ro].iietor at reni.updd, 5. 
:3nL'. 
Pidllips. .Vbi'.'ail.daimhterof William. 
marii -'i Josiah (^>uincy jr., 7. L';j4. 
acaden.y, 7. 407. 471; 8. l.">;i, 4-5.k 
Andrew, g. 07j(. 



222 



MAINE niSTOJIICAI. SOCIKTY 



Phillips— contimiod. , 

13rid;^i.'t, inairiod .lohii Santif.inl. 4. 
411 : sot'onil wife of Major William. 
4.4H : mothorof San.llord. 4. 411 : 
Ikt child ri-ii. 4. 4 1 1 : letter to Ed- 
Avasil Kishwuith. 4. 41;;. 
cart i>.Uli, g. 1;")4. 
family. 2. \0'>. 
Goorgi' lVt Co.. 4. ")H. 
Ooro. lite lU'v. Paul ColVin in. 4. 
o>T; granted to Lieut.-Ciov. riiil- 
lips. 4. 387«; now a jKirt of Otis- 
field. 4. o^lii: mentioned. 4. ;lUi', 
30:?. ;',o7, ;];;s. ;>.">;•. 
ITezekiah. 3. lOO. 

John of liuston. his daughter mar- 
ried Georire Muujoy. i. 1-1. 1"):>, 
• 25S; died. i. 1-1. l'>^>n: Peak's 
island conveyed to. i. 14S-141'; 
gave the island to .Mary Mnnjoy, 
I. IV^n, l."»7, -'>'>: piucjiased land 
of Mitton's estate, i. -'4S; men- 
tioned. I. 110. IL'4. 1."):;. 
John, of Falmouth. Cleeves con- 
veyed land to. I. >yj. II'-'. 1-4. ol.>: 
the land claimed by his dangter, 
1, 02; lived in Falmouth, i. lUo, 
114, 121, !•-:■•*.. 215: si-ned the sub- 
mission to Mass., I. iu"). :)v^G; pur- 
chased land of Francis Small, i. 
119: a mill wriirht. i. 110. 12.J. 
141; a Welshman, i. 11',': estab- 
lished a mill. I. 11'.'; moved to 
Kittery, i. IJI, -217: died without 
issue, I. 121; covenant maile with 
Jordan, i. l:]l: sued by Cleeves. 
I. Ki-'^: verdict in his favor, i. L']^: 
lived with a woman not his wife. 
I. 144: sold land to Georj^e Felt. 
1. l-jtj;i; accused <jf felony, i. UJ'J; 
signed tlie petition to the king. i. 
1>0: lived in Charlestown. i. :i4S; 
did not return to Falmouth, i. 
250; magistrate, 2. (j.ja: men- 
tioned, 2. 17i>, 2C.'>. 2''.4. 
John, a chaplain, 6. 'A'-',-^. 
Col. John, 9. 40),. »;:;. t;7. 92. 
the Kev. John, of Lynn. 5. ;J70, :^,7<'i/(. 
Jonatiian. i)urchased a township in 

Maine, 7. ;i54. 
Marv, married George Munjoy, i. 

121, 25S. 
Nathaniel, 2. 259, 2o ), 2<jO;i. 
regiment. 7. 224. 

AValter, liveil at Shecpscot. 2. 2;>'; 
commenced the Sh«epscot rec- 
ords. 4. 210: commisioned by the 
iJuke of York. 4. 210; at "j(din 
Mason's house, 4. I-'IO; lied to 
Charlestown. 4. lilO: <lied. 4. 2l<t: 
sworn fealty t<* the Duke of Vork, 
4. 221 ; bis house. 4. -jjl : conveyed 
land to Christopher Tapi»an, 4. 
2:32; mentioned. 2. •_':;4. 2:15 : 4. 
2:^8, 229, 2;;0, 2:J1, l':;2: 5. 55; 8. 
18:iri: 9. i:J4. 151. 
WendeU, 8. 44;J. 



William, married Abigail Brown- 
tield, 7. 2;'. I: purchaseil a town- 
ship in .Maine, 7. :;-">4. 
William, of Saco, complained of tin' 
autliority of the town ovrr liis 
property, i. 112: the con;roV(>>y 
settled.!. 112: lived at ."^a--,.. i. 
14:>. 177, 1^5, i':;i>: juirchasvd Ian I 
near the Saco river. 2. 201'//: vm- 
jiowered to administer oaths. 3. 
52; mentioned, 3. I'S. 
Capt. Willam. an associate, i. 17o: 
a justice of tlie peace, i. 177. 1^'., 
100; to be a sergeant major. 1. 
:j 1 1 ■ 
Major William, his mills destroyed. 
1. 21:]; to j)ay a Inishel of corn 
annually to the In Hans. i. -■'•'^: a 
coniKX'lor, i.:;7i'>; marrie<l lirid'.:i t 
Saudford. 4. 411; a vintner. 4 4 1 1 : 
7noved to .Saco. 4. 411. 41:!: luu'c 
laud hohier. 4. 411 ; moved to I'.ms- 
ton,4.411; died. 4. 411: his gar- 
rison attacked by Indians. 3. U<4: 
siLTued the petition to Ma>s.. 5. 
24ii. 
I.inut.-Gov. William, grant to. 4. 
:^S7u 

Capt. , in command of the sloop 

running between Boston