Philip Chadbourn Papers
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Papers of Philip Chadbourn include letters, bills, notes due for loans, etc., as well as a document from 1850 listing assessed amounts to be collected from residents of Hollis for work on town highways and bridges. The collection also contains a few letters, dating 1858-1860, to Samuel Chadbourn, presumably Philip Chadbourn's son. It also contains a work log, 1856-1857, for work done by various individuals, including carpentry, use of sleigh and oxen, etc.
- Chadbourn, Philip, 1803-1887 (Person)
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Philip Chadbourn, the son of Hannah Neal and Paul Chadbourn, was born in Waterboro, Maine, in 1803, and later moved to Hollis, Maine. He was a farmer and lumberman and served as a surveyor of highways in Hollis and as the agent for school district no. 10, also in Hollis. Philip Chadbourn died in 1887.
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Purchased from Stacey Holden, North Yarmouth, Me. in April 2004.
- Chadbourn, Samuel
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- Roads -- Maine -- Hollis Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
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