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Bingham Lands In Alexander And Cooper, Benjamin E. Gardner, John Gardner Jan 1922

Bingham Lands In Alexander And Cooper, Benjamin E. Gardner, John Gardner

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Property map with no scale, showing numbered lots in the Alexander and the town of Cooper. The map indicates eastern boundaries with Township No. 19 and Crawford, Plantation No. 14, and Princeton, Maine. The property was once part of the lands first surveyed Rufus Putnam.

From Gardner Family Papers, 1830-1939. John Gardner (1801-1888), was the principal surveyor in Calais, Maine. His son, Benjamin E. Gardner (1869-1939), a civil engineer and land surveyor took over for his father and worked most frequently with local attorneys doing land title research.


Plan Of Alexander, No. 16, Benjamin R. Jones, Benjamin E. Gardner Jan 1901

Plan Of Alexander, No. 16, Benjamin R. Jones, Benjamin E. Gardner

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Blue print copy of properties of Plan of Alexander (previously Township No. 16). The map includes no scale. Handwritten caption reads: “The black dotted lines were run by B. R. Jones in 1807 & 8. The principal line were then run ten degrees to the left of the cardinal points. At present (1842) the same lines range eight degrees to the left of said points by the magnet. Dennysville, March 15, 1842 (signed) Benj. R. Jones. Copied by R. V. H. Sept. 16, 1843. B.E.G. May 31, 1901.

From Gardner Family Papers, 1830-1939. John Gardner (1801-1888), was the principal ...


Undated Property Map With Porter Lots [Washington County], Benjamin E. Gardner, John Gardner Jan 1900

Undated Property Map With Porter Lots [Washington County], Benjamin E. Gardner, John Gardner

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Undated property map, with no scale, drawn in black ink on yellow vellum. The map location is not clearly identified though features include a body of water identified as “Cheputnecticook River” and a bend in Tomah Stream. Five lots, numbers 1, 2, 15, 29 and 30, are labeled with the name “Porter.” The map includes faint pencil notations suggesting names for streams.

From Gardner Family Papers, 1830-1939. John Gardner (1801-1888), was the principal surveyor in Calais, Maine. His son, Benjamin E. Gardner (1869-1939), a civil engineer and land surveyor took over for his father and worked most frequently with local ...


Undated Property Map, Washington County, Benjamin E. Gardner, John Gardner Jan 1900

Undated Property Map, Washington County, Benjamin E. Gardner, John Gardner

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Undated property map, with no scale, drawn in black ink on yellow vellum. A white sticker with a red border is labeled, “Tshp 13.” Labeled bodies of water include Tomah Stream and Beaver Brook.

A handwritten map key includes the following information:

p—pine
d—hardwood
g—good land
h—heath
m—meadow
l—low land
S—sedan
b—burnt land
A—camp
x—local attraction
r—rocky

From Gardner Family Papers, 1830-1939. John Gardner (1801-1888), was the principal surveyor in Calais, Maine. His son, Benjamin E. Gardner (1869-1939), a civil engineer and land surveyor took over for his father ...


Map Range First. Amherst Academy Grant. Lenox Academy Grant., John Gardner, Silas Holman, Daniel Rose Jul 1874

Map Range First. Amherst Academy Grant. Lenox Academy Grant., John Gardner, Silas Holman, Daniel Rose

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Property map drawn in black ink and hand-colored to outline bodies of water. The handwritten inscription reads: “The plan from which the above was copied is in State Land Office at Bangor and on it are the following explanations: A plan from ranges of townships north of the Bingham Lottery Lands and between Penobscot river and Schoodic river and lakes and several townships and parts of townships in the seventh, eighth and ninth ranges of townships in the old Indian Purchase, made by order of the Commissioners under the Act of Separation:—and is compiled from former surveys made under ...


Township No. 23 East Division Is Bounded As Described In The Several Lines … For 23,040, Rufus Putnam, George R. Gardner Jan 1786

Township No. 23 East Division Is Bounded As Described In The Several Lines … For 23,040, Rufus Putnam, George R. Gardner

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Property map with no scale, showing boundary lines, lot numbers, and acreage. Handwritten note inscription reads: “Township No. 23 East Division is Bounded as Described in the Several Lines and [illegible] for 23,040 Acres…Attest Rufus Putnam.” Map is dated in red pencil, “1786.” Pencil inscription questions: “East Div. of Centerville?”

Back of map is stamped in blue ink: George R. Gardner, LAWYER, Calais, Maine.

From Gardner Family Papers, 1830-1939. John Gardner (1801-1888), was the principal surveyor in Calais, Maine. His son, Benjamin E. Gardner (1869-1939), a civil engineer and land surveyor took over for his father and worked ...