Sunday, January 5, 2014
THE MACHIAS UNION, Machias, Maine, July 5, 1881
THE subscriber hereby gives public notice to all concerned, the he has been duly
appointed and taken upon himself the trust of Administrator of the estate of
JAMES DONAHOE late of Trescott
in the County of Washington, deceased by giving bond as the law directs; he therefore
request's all persons who are indebted to the said deceased's estate make immediate
payment; and those who have any demand thereon to exhibit the same settlement to
him. JOHN B. DONAHOE
June 29, 1881.
THE subscriber hereby give notice that Maggie S. Buzzel; of Columbia,
Washington County, Maine, by her mortgage deed dated June 19, 1880,
conveyed to me the undersigned the following described real estate situate
in Columbia aforesaid and bound as follow; Beginning at the North West corner
of John Davis' lot on the town line, thence North the town road to land of Edmund
W. Stevens; thence West to the land of Mrs. Sarah J. Grant; thence South to
said town line; thence East to the point of beginning;-excepting and excluding
from said lot, the house lot and building formerly occupied by J. Pillsbury Foster,
being a lot of 16 1/2 rods from South to North, and six rods from East to West,
containing 100 rods more or less; for particulars see Washington Registry book
157, page 5. The condition of the foregoing conveyance been broken I claim to
foreclose the same and cause this notice to be published for that purpose.
TEMPEL C. STEWART
Harrington, June 20, 1881.
NOTICE is hereby given that JOEL WORMELL and ELMIRA WORMELL
by their mortgage deed dated December 1st, 1868, both of Cutler, Washington
County, Maine, conveyed to the subscriber the following real estate located in
Cutler; bounded as follows:-Beginning at a spruce tree at the Northeast corner of
the land known as the Edmund Gadscombe lot, running East two degrees South
to the shore of Little Machias Bay to a stone; thence North forty rods in a corner;
thence West two degrees South thirty-seven rods to a corner; thence North forty
rods to a large rock; thence West until it comes to land belonging to John
Dickinson; thence South two degrees East to the above mentioned place of the
beginning reserving from the above described premises conveyed to Leonard
Wormell twenty acres of land in the Southeast Corner of the afore described lot;
for particular description of lot, also reserved lot see Book 121, page 140 of the
Washington Registry . The conditions of said mortgage deed having been broken,
to foreclose the same and give this notice for the purpose.
EUNICE C. THURLOW
Adm'x estate of Charles T. Thurlow,
Cutler, June 24, 1881.
The Farm in Perry, Me., formerly known as the Nutt Farm, containing 47
acres more or less, about equally divided into Mowing, Tillage and Pasture
land. The buildings consist of a house, carriage house, and an excellent barn.
The farm is situated in the centre of the prosperous town of Perry and is near
Schools, Churches, and Stores, and at the head of the tide water. The prospect
from the house is very fine-the taxes are light, and the location very desirable. The
town of Eastport, one of the best markets in Eastern Maine where the Boston and
St. John Streams make daily landings in Summer, is less than six miles distant.
For terms apply to J. Q. A. TUTTLE, Perry, or to F. M. Holmes, 45 Commercial