||Kittery miscellaneous papers, 1760-1806
||Government / Church records
|Kittery, York, Maine, United States. Kittery miscellaneous papers, 1760-1806. (Kittery, Maine).|
Original records at the Maine Historical Society in Portland, Maine. Microfilm, by the Genealogical Society of Utah in 1956, may be ordered through the nearest Family History Center. Includes:
- 1760 tax list for Kittery signed by Thomas Cutt, John Dennet, Elihu Gunnison, John Bartlet, and Alexander Shapleigh.
- tax lists for towns in York County, tax list for the northerly precinct of Kittery, 1776 and tax receipts from 1775 to 1779 for Ichabod Stacey.
- minutes for town meetings from 1770 to 1793;
- treasury reports which include accounts and receipts to John Frost, Edward Cutts and Ichabod Stacey, 1775-1785.
- accounts for supplies for Revolutionary War soldiers and their families, 1777-1780;
- reimbursements for supplies to Edward Cutts and John Frost during the Revolution, 1775-1790;
- minutes of meetings of the Social Club in Kittery, 1793;
- a proposal for a letter from the town of Kittery to President John Adams and the draft of the letter, July 14, 1798 concerning the French Republic.
- an appointment for Joshua Hubbard as Assistant Assessor in Kittery, 7th November 1798
- records of reconizances and writs and a valuation list, 1790-1806;
- list of the poor supported by the town [Kittery], 1783.
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