3 edition of By-laws of the Proprietors of the Kennebec Bridge found in the catalog.
By-laws of the Proprietors of the Kennebec Bridge
Proprietors of the Kennebeck Bridge.
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Get this from a library. By-laws of the Proprietors of the Kennebec Bridge. [Proprietors of the Kennebeck Bridge.]. Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Proprietors of the Kennebeck Bridge. OCLC Number: Reproduction Notes: Microopaque. New York, N.Y.: Readex. Special Laws of the State of Maine Passed by the Legislature.
Maine. An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of Stillwater Bridge to incorporate aforesaid Alewives Androscoggin river Approved assessed associates and successors Bank bled body politic Bowdoinham Bridge Bucksport by-laws Cape Elizabeth CHAPTER Cherryfield common seal.
Full text of "Illustrated history of Kennebec County, Maine, " See other formats. Acts and Resolves as Passed by the Legislature An act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Orono Bridge take act to incorporate aforesaid amended annual meeting Approved February 11 assessed assessors associates body politic bonds bridge by-laws called capital stock CHAP Chapter clerk common seal constituted a body Corporate name.
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John Askin and grandson George Hamilton. John Askin was the son of James Askin & Alice Rae born in Northern Ireland. John came to New York inbecoming a sutler of the British Army stationed at Albany.
About he moved to Michilimackinac and established a store, providing goods to the community & the British Army stationed there.The Alexanders came from Londonderry inwith the first settlers of Londonderry in N.
H. North had been employed as a surveyor at Pemaquid and Kennebec before coming here, and may have come over in with those of his countrymen brought by Robert Temple and located on the eastern side of the Kennebec River.Vols. include section Genealogical gleanings in England, by H.
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