New England Historic Genealogical Society
Original record, without title page information, concerning the descendants of Josiah and Mary (Raymond) Batchelder
New England Historic Genealogical Society
Printed announcements of meetings sent to Elijah Lewis. Some information, including dates and times, has been entered by hand
New England Historic Genealogical Society
Marriage records kept by Cheever, minister at Chelsea, Mass. The records form part of a small bound volume, and are preceded by shorthand notes, probably of a religious or personal nature. Several pages of miscellaneous financial accounts follow
New England Historic Genealogical Society
Petition of town residents to members of the House of Representatives in Massachusetts, requesting that Joshua Hubbard, a former Loyalist, not be admitted to serve in the General Court even if elected by his supporters in Kittery. Signed by 24 subscribers. Last page has note dated Nov 10, 1777 that the subscribers have information indicating that Daniel Odiorne, James Neal, and Joshua Hubbard are "inimically disposed towards the United States". Includes attestment by the Kittery Town Clerk that this document is a true copy of the complaint. Also includes a note that it was voted to accept this list of persons suspected to be inimical to the U.S. at a town meeting in Kittery on 10 November 1777
New England Historic Genealogical Society
Original record (without title page) with entries for the Robert and Mary (Hodges) Fordham family [parents of Mary Howell (Fordham) Phelps] and the family of Henry and Mary Howell (Fordham) Phelps. Includes typescript transcription by the donor
New England Historic Genealogical Society
Original handwritten record, without title page, concerning the family of Daniel B. and Susan C. (Ward) Davis
New England Historic Genealogical Society
Handwritten accounts of James Stutson, a carpenter of Scituate, Mass
New England Historic Genealogical Society
Original bible record (without title page) for the family of John L. Loker and wives Abigail B. Bent and Hannah J. Parker. Includes entries noting the dates when the Loker children were ill with whooping cough, scarlet fever, chicken pox, mumps and measles
New England Historic Genealogical Society
War-time medical report of proceedings in cases of fraudulent enlistment in the third brigade, in particular those of the 17th Maine Volunteers. Records of seven enlisted men, including their disabilities, are reported and the progress of their discharge is indicated by endorsements. Men are: B.F. Merrill, S.S. Usher, H. Andrews, L. Jackson, Vincent Meserve, R.M. Whitney, and W.H. Shaw
New England Historic Genealogical Society
Original handwritten record, without title page, concerning the family of Joshua and Eunice (Richardson) Leavitt. Also a handwritten genealogy of some descendants of John Leavitt of Hingham, Mass