Municipal government records
Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
Copies of documents submitted to the town clerk, mainly discharges for mortgages, financial notes, and records of goods sold by one individual to another.
A collection of town records of Belfast, Maine, consisting primarily of bills submitted to the town for payment by the town treasurer. The bills date from 1842 to 1921 but are mostly from 1872-1877. The collection also contains various blank forms, some for use by the town, as well as miscellaneous documents unrelated to the town, and a manuscript copy of a journal entitled The Evening Visitor, that was written in Belfast and supported the temperance cause.
Descriptions of the highway districts in the town of Brookfield, Maine, as they were constituted by the town selectmen in 1882 and 1904.
Records (photocopies) compiled and used by Dow in his research on the history and families of Nobleboro, Me.
Includes documents from town selectmen and treasurers, tax and assessors' documents, bonds, etc. Collection also includes a small group of bills, 1839-1842, of Silas Peirce & Co., wholesale grocers in Boston.
Account book containing records of taxes assessed and paid for labor and materials on highways in Belfast, Me. to Warren H. Paul, one of the surveyors of highways in Belfast. Includes a list of residents deficient in paying their tax.
Highway surveyor's tax list for 1882 in Brownfield, Maine, listing names and taxes owed. Includes a list of the duties of highway surveyors prescribed by the revised statutes of Maine.
Highway surveyor's tax lists for the districts in the town of Harrison, Maine for the years 1840 to 1855, listing names and taxes owed.
A volume used by the Overseers of the Poor in Limington, Maine, to notify overseers in surrounding towns of amounts due for support given to their citizens by the town of Limington.
The early records of a town in Maine. The two record books include minutes of meetings, warrants, records of votes in national and local elections, and records of marriage intentions.
Records (photocopies) compiled by George F. Dow for his research on Nobleboro, Maine. Includes town records, church records, diaries, and information on some Nobleboro families.
The documents of the law partners of Llewelyn D. P. Palmer and Judge Charles F.H. Green.
A volume belonging to Colin C. McKay, collector of taxes in the town of Perham, Maine. The volume lists taxpayers in the town and gives the value of real estate and personal estate, the poll tax, and the tax on real estate and personal estate for each.
Papers of a historian of Waldoboro, Maine including correspondence, research notes, and clippings relating to Stahl's history of Waldoboro and to Germans in Maine.
The financial records of the school districts and schools in the Detroit, Maine area including Pittsfield and Newport, Maine. Records also include some town records, and some overseer of the poor records.
An account book of school money disbursed by school districts in the town of Tremont, Maine in 1849. Included also is a copy of a proposed letter to the superintendent of the Maine Insane Hospital dated August 9, 1849 recommending that Thomas Stanley, Jr. of Tremont become a resident of the hospital.
The research papers contain materials collected by James Vickery concerning Maine and Bangor, Maine history including biographies and family information. Types of materials include research notes and photocopies of clippings, reprints, business and municipal records, and reports.