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Works at Heirlooms Reunited blog. Interests: genealogy, War of 1812; Maine & Maritimes; nature
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Handwritten Gorham, Maine, document dated November 3, 1804 where Samuel Estes promised to pay Joseph Nason fifteen dollars within six months with interest.  The transaction was witnessed by George Murch.  The document mention...
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December 31, 1805 Portland, Maine, document where John  Deering promised to pay W. Zenas Pratt $450.00 on the first day of July, 1806. The reverse of the document shows an 1809 receipt for $125.00.  Whether this is part of th...
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1809 handwritten document from Surry, New Hampshire, with names of Captain Samuel Allen, Town Treasurer; Isaac Bundy, Collector; and Samuel Hills and Eli Dort, Selectmen. Transcript: Surry, May 5, 1809 To Capt. Samuel Allen...
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July 19, 1853 letter sent by Lorenzo Leadbetter at Old Town, Maine, to Asa Smith, Esquire, at Mattawamkeag, Maine.  The letter concerns pork and flour that Leadbetter has for sale. Transcript: Old Town, July 19/53 Mr. Smi...
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August 17, 1804 document where Samuel Elkins promises to pay Jonathan Varney $35.  The agreement was witnessed by Ephraim Hodsdon. The document was signed at Windham, with no state written, but I believe it was signed at Wind...
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December 31, 1805 Portland, Maine, document where John  Deering promised to pay W. Zenas Pratt $450.00 on the first day of July, 1806. The reverse of the document shows an 1809 receipt for $125.00.  Whether this is part of th...
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July 19, 1853 letter sent by Lorenzo Leadbetter at Old Town, Maine, to Asa Smith, Esquire, at Mattawamkeag, Maine.  The letter concerns pork and flour that Leadbetter has for sale. Transcript: Old Town, July 19/53 Mr. Smi...
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August 17, 1804 document where Samuel Elkins promises to pay Jonathan Varney $35.  The agreement was witnessed by Ephraim Hodsdon. The document was signed at Windham, with no state written, but I believe it was signed at Wind...
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Does anyone know if Project Naptha is supported on Chrome OS?  Says it works in Chrome browser but I get a message that my browser is not yet supported.  (1st generation Samsung Chromebox)
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Got it to work once; now to figure out what I did that time, different from the other times.  (Screenshot using ChromeOS tool) - left out a few words here and there,  but I can type those.
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