MAINE GENEALOGY EXPRESS

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York County, Maine

Old Kittery & Families
by Everett S. Stackpole
Published:
Lewiston, Maine,
Press of Lewiston Journal Company
1903

 

CONTENTS:

CHAPTER DESCRIPTION PAGE
I. Laying the Foundation 11
II. Earliest Settlers 18
III. Kittery Point 37
IV. A Trip up Spruce Creek 61
V. Along Crooked Lane 77
VI. Up the Pascataqua 88
VII. Along the Newichawannock 111
VIII. The Parish of Unity 123
IX. Municipal History 138
X. Conflicts with the Indians 159
XI. Ecclesiastical History 183
XII. Character of the Early Inhabitants 210
XIII. The Navy Yard 218
XIV. Historical Miscellany 225
XV. Biographical Notes 244
XVI Genealogical Notes 269
  Additions and Corrections 809
  Index of Names 813
  Index of Places 821

ILLUSTRATIONS:

  Cow Cove and the Old Warren Farm 22
  Pipe Stave Landing 25
  The Thaxter Cottage, on Site of Champernowne's House 38
  Kittery Harbor, from Site of Champernowne's "Lower House" 39
  The Grave of Francis Champernowne 40
  Map of Kittery Point, 1650-1700 44
  The Bray House 45
  Fort McClary 46
  Phyllis' Notch 48
  Warehouse Point 55
  The Gerrish House 56
  Sparhawk Mansion 57
  The Champernowne 58
  Map of Kittery Point, 1775 59
  Joan (Bray) Deering's House, 1700 60
  Goose Cove, 1696 62
  Map of Lower Kittery, 1635-1700 65
  North East of Spruce Creek, 1762 67
  Head of Spruce Creek, 1739 70
  "The Maples," Residenceof Rufus Harrison Remick 71
  Shepherd's Hill 73
  Gunnison's Neck, 1902 78
  Crooked Lane, from the Roof of the Library 80
  Oldest Garrison House 81
  Tripe's Point 83
  Kittery Foreside 85
  Mendum's Cove 88
  East Side of Great Cove, 1697 91
  Monument of Christian Remick 93
  Long Reach 95
  Franks Fort 99
  A Portion of the Bay Land 100
  Nutter's Cove 102
  Map of Middle Parish (Eliot) 106
  View from Sunset Hill 110
  Mill at Stephen Creek 118
  Birch Point, from Eliot Bridge 124
  The Nason-Hamilton Estate 127
  Little John's Falls 130
  Quamphegan Falls 131
  Map of Berwick, 1631-1700 133
  Stackpole's Landing 136
  The Submission of 1652, front 143
  The Submission of 1852, back 144
  House of Capt. Benjamin Remick 148
  Frost's Hill 161
  Ambush Rock 169
  Frost Garrison House 177
  Church at Kittery Point 185
  Parsonage at Kittery Point 190
  M. E. Church, Kittery Point 194
  Church at Leighton's Point, 1717 - 1837 200
  Congregational Church, Eliot 203
  Site of Friends' Meeting-House, Eliot 206
  First Christian Church, Kittery 208
  Free Baptist Church, Kittery 209
  Dartmouth and Kingsweare, England 212
  Navy Yard Bridge 219
  Kittery Navy Yard, 1902 220
  Kittery Foreside from Navy Yard 221
  Excavation for Dry Dock 223
  The Old Country Road 227
  Elm Avenue, Eliot 228
  Oldest House in Eliot, Built in 1727 229
  The Shapleigh House 230
  Rice Tavern 231
  Residence of Dr. J. L. M. Willis 233
  Old School-House, District No. 2, Eliot 237
  Green Acre 239
  Rice Free Public Library 242
  Col. William Pepperrell 245
  Margery (Bray) Pepperell 247
  The Pepperrell Mansion 248
  Sir William Pepperell 249
  Lady Mary (Hirst) Pepperrell 151
  Lady Pepperrell's House 252
  Hall of Lady Pepperrell's House 252
  Parlor of 'Lady Pepperrell's House 253
  General William Whipple 256
  George Melville Frost, M.D. 258
  John Samuel Hill Fogg, M. D. 260
  Governor John Fremont Hill 263
  Moses A. Safford, Esq. 265
  Hon. Horace Mitchell 267
  Sylvester Bartlett 290
  Thomas Haven Dearing, M. D. 345
  John Wentworth Deering 346
  Charles Sumner Dearing 347
  House of Noah Emery 368
  The Fogg Burial Ground 403
  Samuel Hill 522
  William Hill 524
  Birthplace of Gov. John Fremont Hill 525
  Leighton House, 1690 576
  Andrew P. Leighton 580
  John Mendum 608
  Lieut. Oliver P. Remick 696
  Waldron Spinnery 746
  James Shapleigh Tobey 774
  Martin Parry Tobey 778
  The Old Tripe House and Crooked Lane 781
     
 

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