Source:Robinson, Timothy W. History of the Town of Morrill in the County of Waldo and State of Maine

Source History of the town of Morrill in the county of Waldo and state of Maine
from its first settlement in 1794 to 1887, embracing almost 100 years
Author Robinson, Timothy W
Place Morrill, Waldo, Maine, United States
Year range 1794 - 1887
Subject History
Publication information
Type Book
Publisher City Job Print
Date issued 1944
Place issued Belfast, Me.
Robinson, Timothy W. History of the town of Morrill in the county of Waldo and state of Maine: from its first settlement in 1794 to 1887, embracing almost 100 years. (Belfast, Me.: City Job Print, 1944).
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The original 1944 publication is noted as Vol 1. No information is available on the publication of any additional volumes.

This title was reprinted in 1998 in an edition that combined this title with Source:Morse, Theoda Mears. Genealogical History of the Families of Morrill, Maine. See Source:Robinson, Timothy W. History and Genealogy of the Town of Morrill, Maine : With New Every Name Index (1998) for the combined work.

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  1. . Early settlers, and petition for incorporation
  2. . Charter of Belmont, and settlers from 1814 to 1855
  3. . State of Maine
  4. . Houses, when built, and by whom
  5. . Watershed, rivers, brooks, ponds, bags, meadows, hills, and valleys
  6. . Roads, Belmont Avenue, Main Street, Morey Road, Knox Road...
  7. . Title
  8. . Soldiers of the French and Indian War, of the Revolution...
  9. . Churches, preachers, Free-will Baptist Church...
  10. . Temperance reform...
  11. . Schools; Money raised by the town and the state for the support of schools...
  12. . Agricultural industries, corn, wheat, barley, oats, millet...
  13. . Mechanical industries, samp, shingles, lumber, hard and soft wood...
  14. . Occupations, blacksmiths, brick-makers, brick-layers, butchers...
  15. . Improvements in farming implements, and other improvements...
  16. . Sanitary, doctors, smallpox, diphtheria, and physicians
  17. . Postoffice, post masters, and mails
  18. . Distinguished persons...
  19. . Corporations. Cheese factory, halls, grange, grange store...
  20. . Causes of the depletion of the census
  21. . Wild beasts, birds, and fishes
  22. . Fires
  23. . Meteorology; Winds; Snowstorms, and lightning
  24. . Funeral ceremonies, grave yards, and burial places
  25. . Fatal accidents; Suicides, and murder
  26. . Necrology. Deaths of citizens, and others that have been citizens, and have died in other places...
  27. . Names of the inhabitants of Morrill on the first day of June...
  28. . List of town officers, justices of the peace, representatives to the legislature...

FHL film numbers

  • 1597988 Item 2