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John DULEY

John DULEY

Male Bef 1747 - C 1811?

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  • Name John DULEY 
    Born Bef 1747 
    Gender Male 
    Birth [BEFORE 1755] 
    Residence 27 Oct 1767  Georgetown, Lincoln, ME Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Residence 1777  Balltown, Lincoln, ME Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • fMassachusetts State Archives Collection
      Volume 322 Page 180
      Bawltown letter dated 13 September 1777

      A list of the Mens names in the Plantation of Bawltown [Balltown, Whitefield/Jefferson] from sixteen years and upwards agreeable to an act of Cort [sic] December 9th 1776

      Mecres Carr Capt [m Elizabeth Wait s Sylvanus Carr m Lydia Macrest]
      Joshua Little 1st Lieut [m Lydia Brown s Samuel Little m Sarah Follansbee]
      Benjn King 2 Lieut [m Ruth Bartlett s Benjamin King m Sarah Taylor]
      Ephraim Brown Sergt
      Jonathan Bartlett [Sergt] [m Lydia Chase s Christopher Bartlett m Mary Clement]
      Jacob Rowel [Sergt] [m Hannah Carlton s John Rowell m Mary Wadlin]
      James Murphy [Sergt] [b Ireland m Sarah Linsey]
      Samuell Parmer Corpl [Palmer?] [m Ann Pearson s Timothy Palmer m Jane Stickney]
      Samuell Whitman [Corpl] [m Rhoda Parkman s John Whitman m Abigail Hollis]
      Timothy Ferrin [Corpl]
      Thomas Grover [Corpl] [s Benjamin Grover m Mehitable Toothaker]

      Petter Dow [m Elizabeth Huse s Peter Dow m Susannah Page]
      Solln Clark
      Wllm Boynton [m Esther Wyman s Caleb Boynton m Christian Parsons]
      Saml Bawl [Ball]
      John Boynton
      Jeri Brand [Bran, Brann]
      Isaac Brand
      Stephen Belden
      Thoms Cunningham
      Moses Cooper
      Thoms Day
      John Decker
      John Fish
      John Philbrook [Philbrick]
      Ebenezr Philbrook
      Jonathn Philbrook
      Andrew Gledden [Glidden]
      Arnold Gledden
      Asse Heath
      Saml Jonson [Johnson]

      Joseph Rogers
      James Reves [Reeves, Reaves]
      James Turner
      James Shepard
      John Duely [Dooley]
      Ebenez Grover
      Benjn Dow
      Charles Gledden
      Enoch Averil
      Caleb Bartlet [Bartlett]
      Leonard Cooper
      Caleb Cressis? [Curtis? Cressey?]
      Patrick Callon
      James Jonston Davis
      James Emery
      Stephen Grover
      Davi Hutchens [Hutchins, Hitchings]
      Jonathan Heath
      Isaac Heath
      Daniel Lambord
      Nathan Longfello [Longfellow]
      Jonn Norris
      Samll Per????
      Oliver Peasley
      Ezekiel Peasley
      Prince Rogers
      Ezekiel ?

      Ezekiel Sterns [Stearns]
      Thomas Turner
      Nicklas Turner
      Jonah Vining
      John Woodman Senr
      Ralph Chiney [Cheney]
      Willm Carr
      John Woodman Junr
      Abner Ford
      Ebenezer Philbrook Senr?
      Jonathan Bartlet Junr?
      Michael Gledden
      Joseph Bartlett
      Benj Kinney [Kenney]
      Joshua Chamberlin [Chamberlain]
      Richard Turner

      Benjn Stickney Clerk

      Mecres Carr Capt
      Joshua Littl Lieut
      Benjn King Lieut

      Massachusetts State Archives collection, colonial and post colonial period 1626-1806
      Authors: Massachusetts. State Archives
      https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/1050952?availability=Family%20History%20Library
      Volume 321 -- Treasury (continued--page 104), 1770-1797 ; v. 322 -- Valuations and taxes (continued--page 131-3), 1738-1777.
      Granite Mountain Record Vault
      United States & Canada Film
      2293887
      https://familysearch.org/search/film/007823201?cat=1050952
      Index [528/1579]
      Volume 322 -- Valuations and taxes (continued--page 131-3), 1738-1777 ; v. 323 -- Valuations and taxes (continued--page 141), 1778-1787.
      Family History Library
      United States & Canada Film
      2293888
      https://familysearch.org/search/film/007704986?cat=1050952

      Balltown [727/1604]
    Residence 1 Apr 1777  Balltown, Lincoln, ME Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Residence 18 Sep 1782  Head of Tide, New Milford, Lincoln, ME Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Assessed 1783  Newcastle, Lincoln, ME Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Residence 21 Nov 1783  Balltown, Lincoln, ME Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Residence 23 Apr 1784  Balltown, Lincoln, ME Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Residence 1790  Balltown, Lincoln, ME Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • John Durley
      in the 1790 United States Federal Census
      Name: John Durley
      Home in 1790 (City, County, State): Ball Town, Lincoln, Maine
      Free White Persons - Males - 16 and over: 3
      Free White Persons - Females: 2
      Number of Household Members: 5
      Year: 1790; Census Place: Ball Town, Lincoln, Maine; Series: M637; Roll: 2; Page: 343; Image: 204; Family History Library Film: 0568142
    Assessed 1791 
    • Balltown Assessment 1791: Will Tarry 1 poll
      [p 8]
      Abel Cressey 1 poll
      Richard Cookson 1 poll
      John Tarry 1 poll

      Balltown Assessment 1791: John Duley 2 polls

      Balltown Assessment 1792: John Duley 1 poll 16-25; 1 poll not rateable

      Balltown Assessment 1792: John Tarry 1 poll 21+

      Balltown Assessment 1799: Michael Duley 1 Poll; John Duley

      Balltown Assessment 1801: John Tarey 1 poll 21+; David Tarey 1 poll not rateable; John Duley 1 poll not rateable; Michael Duly 1 poll 21+
    Assessed 1792 
    Residence 27 Dec 1792  Balltown, Lincoln, ME Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Residence 3 Jan 1795  Balltown, Lincoln, ME Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Assessed 1797 
    Residence 1800  Balltown, Lincoln, ME Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • John Duly
      in the 1800 United States Federal Census
      Name: John Duly
      Home in 1800 (City, County, State): Balltown, Lincoln, Maine
      Free White Persons - Males - 16 thru 25: 1
      Free White Persons - Males - 45 and over: 1 [John]
      Free White Persons - Females - 16 thru 25: 1
      Free White Persons - Females - 45 and over: 1 [Wife]
      Number of Household Members Over 25: 2
      Number of Household Members: 4
      Year: 1800; Census Place: Balltown, Lincoln, Maine; Series: M32; Roll: 6; Page: 344; Image: 330; Family History Library Film: 218676
    Assessed 1801 
    Residence 25 Sep 1804  Balltown, Lincoln, ME Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Residence 11 Mar 1807  Balltown, Lincoln, ME Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Residence 1810  Whitefield, Lincoln, ME Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Whitefield Poor rolls
    Assessed 1811  Whitefield, Lincoln, ME Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Whitefield Assessment 1811: Michael Dooley 0 16-21 1 2; John Dooley 0 0 [not rateable]
    Died C 1811? 
    • Not recorded in Whitefield family records.
    Person ID I55408  4 February 2018
    Last Modified 12 Sep 2018 

    Father DULEY 
    Family ID F17485  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Wife,   d. C 1825? 
    Children 
     1. James DULEY,   b. Bef 1766
     2. Jane DULEY,   b. [1775],   d. 18 Apr 1852
     3. Michael DULEY,   b. *[1776],   d. Bef 1850 CENSUS
     4. Elias DULEY,   b. [1797], ME Find all individuals with events at this location
    Family ID F17478  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Photos
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    Balltown Loyalists Map Schematic

  • Notes 
    • Lincoln County Probate: Nil
      Maine Soldiers Revolutionary: Nil
      Massachusetts Soldier and Sailors: Nil
      Whitefield Assessment 1810: Michael Dooly 1 poll
      Newcastle Assessment 1791: Nil
      Newcastle Assessment 1792: Nil
      Newcastle Vitals: Ellen Duly d 1848

      Michael Duley or Dudley family in Whitefield records
    • Instances from the Whitefield Town Records regarding the Support of the Poor through 1810-1824

      https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/60966?availability=Family%20History%20Library
      Town and vital records, 1791-1924
      Authors: Whitefield (Maine). Town Clerk
      Town and vital records, 1791-1924
      Family History Library
      United States & Canada Film
      12312
      https://www.familysearch.org/search/film/007596939?cat=60966

      [220/615]
      19 November 1810 [Meeting: 27 November 1810]
      2 To see if the town shall think it as proper for the selectmen of the town of Whitfield to provide some suitable place, at the expense of the town, for the support of John Dooly & wife, as to set them up at residence, to go at the highest bidder, if not, to see who will take them at the lowest price per week & come under an obligation to provide food, lodging, washing and mending for them in a decent manner, till next annual meeting, to be holden in April next.
      3 To see if the town shall think it proper for the Selectmen to provide clothes for David Terry at the expense of the town.
      Voted that the selectmen provide some suitable place, at the expense of the town, for the support of John Dooly & wife also that they shall provide clothes for them.
      Voted to raise fifty five dollars to defray the expense of Maintaining said Dooly & wife till next annual meeting

      [221/615]
      13 March 1811 [Meeting: 1 April 1811]
      6th To see what Sum of Money the Town will vote to rais for the support of the poor and for disposing the charges of the town the currant year

      [224/615]
      26 April 1811 [Meeting: 11 May 1811]
      7th James Tibbitts bid off by Moses Peaslee at sixty seven cents per week he is to work? ? lodge and vittale him.
      Voted to rais twenty five Dollars for the Support of James Tibbitts

      [226/615]
      8 November 1811 [Meeting: 6 December 1811]
      2. To see what Shall be done with James Tibits the minor man on the Town.
      2. Voted to Leave it with the Selectmen to provide for James Tibits
      3. Voted to raise fifty Dollars for the Support of the poor the present year.

      [247/615]
      16 April 1812 [Meeting: 1 December ]
      4 To see who shall Board James Tibbits the Insuing year.

      [251/615]
      16 March 1813 [Meeting: 5 April 1813]
      5. To See what sum of Money the town will raise for the support of the poor the Ensuing year.

      [254/615] [274/645]
      [Meeting: 8 November 1813]
      Miss Pottle and youngest Child bid of to John Heath at 99 Cents per week
      Miss Pottles oldest Child bid of to Samuel Kincaid at 49 Cents per week

      [255/615]
      18 March 1814 [Meeting: 4 April 1814]
      5th To see what sum of Money the town will Rise for the Support of the Poor the Ensuing year.

      [257/615]
      20 April 1814 [Meeting: 2 May 1814]
      3rd To see what Sum of Money the town Will Raise for the Support of the poor the Ensuing year.
      Voted to raise 200 Dollars for the Support of the poor

      [262/615]
      21 February 1815 [Meeting: 13 March 1815]
      3 To see if the town will approbate & support an action against the Town of York for the Support
      of Edward Pottle's family incurred.
      4 To See what sum of Money the Town will vote for the support of the Poor
      [263/615]
      Voted To Support an Action Against the Town of York for the Support of Edward Pottle's family.

      [Meeting: 3 April 1815]
      4 To choose an Agent to commence and prosecute? an Action against the town of York for the support of Edward Pottle Children two paupers & to attend to other Actions or Complaints that may be brought against the town.
      ...
      6 To see what sum of Money the town will vote for the support of the poor the Ensuing year.

      [266/615]
      5 April 1815 [Meeting: 6 May 1815]
      3. To see what Sum of Money the town will Vote to raise for the Support of the poor the ensuing year.
      Voted to raise $350 for the Support of the poor.

      [272/615]
      2 April 1816 [Meeting 4 May 1816]
      4 To see if the town will Vote build a Work house and if so What Method they will take to Build it.
      Voted to dismiss the fourth article

      [274/615]
      6 May 1816 [Meeting: 20 May 1816]
      3 To see what sum of Money the town will vote to raise for the support of the poor ensuing year
      8 To see what place the town will vote to occupy as a poor house or what Measure they will take to furnish themselves with a poor house or what ? they will take to furnish
      [275/615]
      3 Voted to raise three hundred Dollars for the Support of the poor the Ensuing year.
      8 Voted to leave it with the Overseers of the poor to provide a suitable place for the poor.
      9 Voted Eliakim Scammon to administer on the Estate of Samuel Jonson Deced if he can find property Sufficient that he thinks it will beneficials to the town.

      [279/615]
      7 January 1817 [Meeting: 27 January 1817]
      3rd To see if the Town will Vote to appropriate the unappropriated Money of said town received from the Town of York and other ways the present year to pay the demands of different devotions? that may arise against said town the previous year.
      [280/625]
      Voted To appropriate the Unappropriated Money to such purposes as the Selectmen Shall think proper.

      [281/615]
      12 March 1817 [Meeting: 7 April 1817]
      4th To see what sum money the Town will raise for the Support of the poor the Ensuing year

      [283/615]
      16 April 1817 [Meeting: 1 May 1817]
      3rd To see if the town will vote Exempt John Terry from Money Taxation the present year in Consequence of his having to maintain Partric Fitzgerrels wife and Children in part the year past.
      [284/615]
      Voted to Exempt John Terry from his Money tax the present year.
      Voted to raise three hundred & fifty Dollars for the Support of the poor the Ensuing year.

      [287/615]
      4 March 1818 [Meeting: 6 April 1818]
      4th To see What Sum of Money the town will vote to raise for the Support of the poor the present year.

      [293/615]
      10 March 1819 [Meeting: 14 April 1818]
      4th To see what Sum of Money the town will vote to raise for the support of the poor the Ensuing year.

      [298/615]
      12 April 1819 [Meeting: 3 April 1819]
      12th To see if town will Vote to Build a house for the poor if vote see what Meathod the Town will take to Build one.
      [299/615]
      Voted to Build a Building for the poor and leave it with the overseers of the poor and Jesse Crowel & Moses King to be a Committee to superintend the Building of it
      Voted to raise four hundred Dollars for the poor.
      p 174 [299/615]
      The following paupers Where bid of Viz
      Bid of Widow Johnson to Moses Peaslee for Eighty nine cents per week
      Bid of Widow Hutchings to Ezekiel Peaslee Jr Ninety six cents per week
      Bid of Elmira Brookins to William Fowles thirty cents per week
      Bid of Samuel Pottle to Abraham Choate Nineteen cents per week

      [304/615]
      21 March 1820 [Meeting: 3 April 1820]
      9th Voted to raise three hundred dollars for Support of poor the present year

      [308/615]
      20 March 1821 [Meeting: 16 April 1821]
      8th To see what sum of money the town will vote to raise for support of the poor the ensuing year
      [309/615]
      20th Voted to set up the town paupers to the vendue
      21st Voted that thos who bid off the poor should find them fase and lodging the town find clothing. Old Mrs Hutchins bid off to Ezekiel Peasley at 73 ct per week. Old Mrs Johnson bid off to Benj Fowls at 46 cts per week.
      22nd Voted Old Mrs Duly Stay at Norris
      23rd Voted that the Selectmen provide for Moses Cooper and wife to best advantage
      Elmira Brookins bid off by James Meaghar at 4 cts per week. Olive Greenleaf bid off by William Fowls at 10 cts per week. Stacey Walker bid of by Jacob Longfellow at 38 cts per week.

      [312/615]
      [Meeting: 7 May 1821]
      Voted to raise $400 for the Support of the poor.

      [314/615]
      10 March 1822 [Meeting: 1 April 1822]
      5th To see what sum of money the town will vote to raise for support of the poor the year ensuing
      [316/615]
      5th Voted to rais four hundred Dollars for support of the Poor.
      [317/615]
      14th Voted to set the paupers up at vendue
      Widow Hutchins bid off to John Terry at 25 cts per week
      Widow Johnson bid off to Nathl Tibbits at 22 cts per week
      Stacy Walker bid off to James Finn 2nd at 12 cts per week
      Sophronea Labaree bid off to Jams Finn 2nd at 16 per week
      Voted Moses Cooper and wife to stay where they are
      Voted Sylvester Murphy to stay where he is

      [318/615]
      29 August 1822 [Meeting: 9 September 1822]
      2nd To see what the town will do with those paupers not provided for

      Open the Meeting for Town Business
      ...then Set up paupers to the Lowest Bidders
      Struck of Briggs Turner to John Decker at one Dollar per Week
      Struck of Miss Johnson to Josiah Norris for seventy five cents per week

      [320/615]
      7 December 1822 [Meeting: 16 December 1822]
      4th To see if the town will vote the selectmen in behalf of said town Shall commence an Action against Briggs Turner for the Support of his father
      Voted the Selectmen in behalf of the town Commence an Action against Briggs [Turner] for the Support of his father

      [322/615]
      27 March 1823 [Meeting: 7 April 1823]
      10 To see what method the Town will take vote to adopt to support the poor the present year
      11th To see what Sums of Money the town will vote to raise for the following purposes: Viz 1 For the support of the Poor...
      [323]/615]
      Voted To see off the poor to the lowest Bidder
      Samuel Cartton Junr Bid of all the poor for one year from the 21 of April 1823 to the 21 of April 1824 for $420.00 all that is now on the town or that may come on the town with in the year aforesaid for the Sum of $420.00 as aforesaid the voted to receive Briggs Turner Jr, Capt Seth Labree, Rufus Labree, and Joseph Jewitt for his Bondsmen the town is to pay Sum one Hundred and five dollars at the Expiration of Every Quarter till the year is upp
      Voted To raise $500 for the support of the poor

      [324/615]
      23 August 1823 [Meeting: 8 September 1823]
      3rd To see if the will Except of the proposal made by Briggs Turner Junr to the Overseers of the Poor respecting the Support of his father
      [325/615]
      Voted to Except of Briggs Turner for proposals. Viz, he agreed to pay two Shillings per week for the Support of his father from the time he became a town pauper During his Natural life together with [h]is Clothing and the tailer Bill

      [326/615]
      9 April 1824 [Meeting: 19 April 1824]
      3rd To see if the town will vote to build a house the poor of said town or district for some pl[ace] to be occupied as such the present year and [what] sum of Money they will raise for the support [of the] Poor and as how they will dispose of the po[or] the present year.
      [327/615]
      13th To see if the town will vote to make any additional Compensation to Samuel Carlton Junr on account of his supporting the poor of said town the year past.
      [328/615]
      Voted to Occupy Mr Goud Shop for a poor house the present year
      Voted to dispose of the poor that are not able to work as we formerly have done
      Vote to raise $600 for the support of the poor the present year
      Voted a Committee to Consult of the following Viz David Grover, James Norris, Moses King, Nat Carlton, John Heath, Nicholas Kennedy, Deliver Peaslee to Look out at S? P? to Build a Poor house and Make report at the September Meeting
      [329/615]
      Mr Cushman & Wife bid off to Abram Pribble at 1-30 per week to Bord and Cloath them and return them with there Cloath as good as when they take them
      Mrs Johnson bid off to Ezekiel Peaslee Jr at 49 cents per week
      Mrs Hutchins bid off to Joseph Jewitt at 60 cents per week
      Mr Cooper & wife bid off to Nicholas Kennedy 1-35 per week
      Mr Turner bid off to John Woodman for 39 cents per week
      The above paupers to be Boarded and Cloath and returned in the same Mannah as Mr Cushman & wife
      Voted Mrs Murphy be sent to the poor house
      Voted the following persons be at the disposal of the Selectmen Viz
      Mr Davis & wife, Mrs Dooley, Mrs Grenlef daughter, Mr Decker & wife, Daniel Norris Children, Mr James & family, Stateine Nutt, William Pitt, and William Davis 2nd

      [331/615]
      1 September 1824 [Meeting: 13 September 1824]
      2nd To see if the town will vote to release John Woodman from the obligation he is under to Support Briggs Turner for one year, as he says there was a misunderstanding when he bid him off
      Voted to release John Woodman from Supporting Briggs Turner
    • See Plan Lincoln County Registry Books Vollume 25 Page 260

      Ballstown-West 1768-1809: An Introduction to the History of the Town of Whitefield, Maine
      Linwood H Lowden 1984
      p 17
      In 1775 a lot of 300 acres was surveyed by Blodgett for William Cookson. This lot was on the western side of the Sheeperscot River above Richard Turner. Cookson was married to Richard Turner's daughter Betsey. Betsey died leaving several small children. Cookson went to Canada, apparently leaving his children in Whitefield. He did not return. His lot was resurveyed in 1789 by Carr Barker for John Duley who was living there as early as 1777. Cookson's lot included the Stanley Tibbets farm. Duley's lot was larger and took in the Don Tibbets farm also. Duley lived on the part that is now Don Tibbets farm.

      [Cookson Lane in Whitefield runs east from Rte 218 towards Jefferson. On the Scammon Plan, it lays between No 10 Abraham Heath and No 11 Levi B Erksine, back to No 5A? Chas Glidden & others. This road name probably doesn't refer to the Richard Cookson who lived in Whitefield after the Revolution, since Cookson apparently lived on his father's lot.

      p 18
      [Plan for Ralph Cheney's and John Duley's Lots]
      North line of Cheney: Southeast to the River to certain bend in the River called the Ox Bow
      100 poles in width

      South line of Duley: to the sharp bend and "trout brook"
      176 poles in width

      * * *
      Scammon Map
      Ralph Cheney's lot would be Lots No 16 Wm Hopkin 118 acres & Lot 17 Richard Finn 119 acres
      Duley's Lot would be Lots 18 Harriman 208 acres & Lot 19 J Bates 167 acres
    • Land records, 1761-1912; indexes to land records, 1761-1901
      Authors: Lincoln County (Maine). Register of Deeds
      Index to v. 1-6 A-Z 1761-1769; Index to v. 7-187 A-M 1769-1848
      Family History Library
      United States & Canada Film
      11355
      Ebenezer Grover and sons in Lincoln County Deeds to 1820/Book 115
      Land records v. 20-21 1786-1788
      Family History Library
      United States & Canada Film
      11371
      Book 27 1790-1791
      Ebenezer Grover et al to Michael Glidden 261
      Michael Glidden to Jonathan Jones 261
      https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS3J-RCQ9?i=581&cat=352440
      [582/595]
      p 261
      Ebenezer Grover, Thomas Grover Balltown
      Michael Glidden yeoman Balltown
      8 pounds
      tract and meadow
      lying and joining
      northerly on land formely Samuel Ball's & the widow Glidden's
      easterly & westerly on John Duley's land
      southerly on Jonathan Heath's land
      150 acres
      3 April 1783
      Ebenezer Grover
      Thomas Grover
      Wit: James Ayer, Jonathan Philbrook
    • Land records, 1761-1912; indexes to land records, 1761-1901
      Authors: Lincoln County (Maine). Register of Deeds
      Index to v. 1-6 A-Z 1761-1769; Index to v. 7-187 A-M 1769-1848
      Family History Library
      United States & Canada Film
      11355
      7834678
      https://www.familysearch.org/search/film/007834678?cat=352440

      [25/674]
      Book 6 1767-1769
      William Sheenon to John Duly 19
      Land records v. 6-7 1767-1770
      Family History Library
      United States & Canada Film
      11361
      8202837
      https://www.familysearch.org/search/film/008202837?cat=352440
      [28/563]
      William Shannon labourer Georgetown
      John Duly labourer Georgetown
      25 pounds
      land on Dyer's Neck, Newcastle
      beginning at a stake and heap of stones on the west side of Dyer's River about 50 rods down the river southwardly from Capt James Springer's Mill
      thence down the river runs southwardly 70 rods as the river runs to a stake & heap of stones
      thence west northwest 230 rods
      thence north northeast 70 rods to the first mentioned stake or bounds on the river
      it being a lot of land that John Gilbert serveyed Asa Turner 2 June 1764
      100 acres
      27 October 1767
      William Shannon
      Wit: John Pummary, John Stinson

      D Begins [240/]
      [241/674]
      Book 12 1776-1778
      John Duly to Michael Duly 68
      Land records v. 12-13 1776-1781
      Family History Library
      United States & Canada Film
      11364
      8296947
      https://www.familysearch.org/search/film/008296947?cat=352440
      [79/571]
      John Duely yeoman Balltown
      Michael Duely yeoman Georgetown
      5 pounds and for other diveres good causes and considerations
      quit claim
      Lot 6 Georgetown
      72 acres of upland 8 acres of marsh
      bounded on the south by land belonging to John Fisher
      thence running to the back river 77 degrees eastward of south
      thence northerly on the shore of the Back River till it reacches the south line or bounds of Charles Couillards Lot
      thence nnorth 77 degrees west along the southern side of Charles Couillard's lot until it reached Kennebec or foor? River
      thence southerly along the shore until it reaches the north line or side of John Fisher's lot
      1 April 1777
      John Duly
      Wit: William Lithgow, Sarah Lithdow

      [242/]
      Book 15 1775-1782
      Lithgow & McCobb to Michael Duly 56
      Land records v. 14-15 1775-1782
      Family History Library
      United States & Canada Film
      11365
      8296948
      https://www.familysearch.org/search/film/008296948?cat=352440
      [368/518]
      William Lithgow Esq & James McCobb Esq Georgetown
      Michael Duly yeoman Georgetown
      60 pounds
      100 acres in Georgetown described
      17 September 1781
      William Lithgow
      James McCobb
      Wit: John Wilson, William Lithgow Junr

      [242/]
      Book 16 1782-1784
      Joseph Hutchinson to John Duly 40
      Land records v. 16-17 1782-1785 (the first titleboard on this film is incorrectly labeled "v. 15")
      Family History Library
      United States & Canada Film
      11366
      8181957
      https://www.familysearch.org/search/film/008181957?cat=352440
      [36/567]
      Joseph Hutchinson yeoman Windham by virtue of a power of attorney from my father Stephen Hutchinson yeoman Windham
      John Duly yeoman Head of the Tide
      33 pounds
      100 acres in Newcastle described
      lot surveyed for Asa Turner conveyed to Duly to Hutchingon 8 June 1770
      18 September 1782
      Joseph Hutchinson
      Wit: Arthur Lithgow, James Lithgow

      [247/]
      Book 35 1795
      Richard Cookson to John Duly 268
      https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/352440?availability=Family%20History%20Library
      Land records, 1761-1912; indexes to land records, 1761-1901
      Authors: Lincoln County (Maine). Register of Deeds
      Land records v. 34-35 1795
      Family History Library
      United States & Canada Film
      11375
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      Book 35 [168/] 1795
      Richard Cookson to John Duley 268
      [563/570]
      Richard Cookson yeoman Ballstown
      John Duley
      100 pounds and for divers other good causes & considerations
      300 acres between Ralph Cheney & David Terry's land in Ballstown where said Duly now lives, of which he has this day given me a Deed all which Land my Father William Cookson formerly possessed
      3 January 1795
      Richard Cookson [His mark]
      Wit: Orchard Cook

      [249/]
      Book 16 1782-1784
      John Duly to Samuel Waters 302
      Land records v. 16-17 1782-1785 (the first titleboard on this film is incorrectly labeled "v. 15")
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      [265/567]
      John Duly labourer Balltown
      Samuel Waters cooper Newcastle
      13 6 8
      100 acres in Newcastle described
      [downriver southerly from Capt Springer's saw mill abutting Waters]
      23 April 1784
      John Duly
      Wit: Benjamin Woodbridge, Sarah Woodbridge

      [249/]
      Book 17 1784-1785
      John Duly to Nathan Peaslee 174
      Land records v. 16-17 1782-1785 (the first titleboard on this film is incorrectly labeled "v. 15")
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      [471/567]
      John Duly yeoman Balltown
      Nathan Peaslee gentleman Balltown
      20 pounds
      land in Balltown
      beginning at the northeast corner at a pine tree marked on four sides
      thence runs down Sheepscott River 100 rods
      southwest to a beech tree marked on 4 sides
      thence running southeast 1 mile to a pine tree marked on 4 sides
      thence running northeast 100 rods to a pine tree marked on 4 sides
      thence running northwest to the first mentioned bounds
      200 acres
      21 November 1783
      John Duly
      Wit: Thomas Turner, Phineas Wiggins

      [249/]
      Book 44 1799-1800
      Michael Daley to William Lithgow 56

      [254/]
      Book 37 1796
      Michael Shays to Michael Duly 251

      [255/]
      Book 63 1807-1809
      Peter Carel to Michael Duly 98

      [258/]
      Book 49 1802
      John Duly to Edmund Finn 100
      Land records v. 48-49 1801-1802
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      [416/567]
      John Duly yeoman Balltown
      Edward Finn yeoman New Milford
      $150
      quit claim
      land in Balltown
      beginning at a stake & stones standing on the west side of Sheepscutt River at the north line of land owned by Patrick Fittsgereld
      thence running northwest 1 mile to a stake and stones round it
      thence northeat 50 rods to a stake and stones round it
      thence east to the River provided this line does not come near John Duly's house
      there a large pine ? which stands opposite John Dulys house at teh south at a small brook
      thence on the river 50 rods to the first mentioned bounds
      100 acres
      11 March 1807
      John Duly [His mark]
      Wit: James Man, Pitt Dillingham

      [258/]
      Book 77 1811
      Mary Davidson to Michael Duley 44
      Arthur Lithgow to Michael Duley 44
      James N Lithgow to Michael Duley 45
      James Gahan to Michael Duley 45

      [260/]
      Book 57 1805-1806
      John Duley to John Woodman 89
      Land records v. 57-58 1805-1806
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      [117/569]
      John Duly yeoman Ballstown
      John Woodman yeoman Ballstown
      $130
      quit claim
      land in Ballstown
      bounded northeastwardly by land of James Finn
      southwesterly by land of Edward Finn
      eastwardly by Sheepscut River
      running northwestwardsly from said River 1 mile
      130 acres
      25 September 1804
      John Duly [His mark]
      Wit: Josiah Stebbins, Samuel Gray

      [262/]
      Book 91 1815-1816
      Mary Whelen to Chas & James Duly 164

      [262/]
      Book 92 1816
      William Mains to Charles & James Duly 153

      [263/]
      James Gahan executors to Charles Duly et ux 229
      Daniel Blasde Jr to James Duly 230

      [264/] Book 101 1818-1819
      Mark S Hill to James July 127
      Michael Duly to James Duly 128

      [265/]
      Book 104 1819
      Jethro Sprague to James Duly 186?

      [266/]
      Book 111 1820
      Charles Duley to James Duley 178

      [270/]
      Book 99 1817-1818
      John Duly to Benjamin King 1
      Land records v. 98-99 1817-1818
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      [245/621]
      John Duly yeoman Ballstown
      Benjamin King gentleman Ballstown
      53 6 - and for divers other good causes & considerations hereunto moving
      quit claim
      land in Ballstown on the east side of Sheepscot River
      beginning at a hemlock tree at the northest north of land now owned by Abraham Choate Junior which hemlock stands on the bank of Sheepscot River & is marked B K
      thence running southeast 23 poles to a maple stub on the ast side of the meadow brook marked BK
      thence running northeast 100 poles to a maple tree marked BK
      thence running northwest 320 poles to a beech tree marked BK on the back of said river
      thence by said River to the bounds first mentioned
      200 acres
      27 December 1792
      John Duly
      Wit: Orchard Cook

      [272/] 1819
      James Duly to Daniel Blaisdel Jr 113
    • Land records v. 52-53 1803-1804
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      Volume 53 Page 26
      [335/574]
      Patrick Callaham cordwainer Ballstown
      Syephen & Ebenezer Grover yeomen Ballstown
      26 pounds
      200 acres in Ballstown
      beginning at the southwest corner of John Duly's land at a hemlock tree marked on four sides & standing on the bank of the River on the east side
      thence running southeast 1 mile to a tree marked on 4 sides
      thence running southwest 100 poles to a spruce marked on 4 sides
      thence northwest to the river aforeaid
      thence up the river as the river runs to the first mentioned bounds
      - August 1782
      Patrick Callahan [His mark]
      Wit: James Ayers, Benj Woodbridge
      Newcastle August 13 1783
      Recd July 8 1803