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Sullivan, Steven E., Vital Records from the "Thomaston Recorder" of Thomaston, Maine, 1837-1846 (Camden, ME: Picton Press, 1995).





Wm. E., Mr., and Miss Sophia A. Fales, m. 30 Jan 1843, by N. Liscomb, Esq.
Elizabeth H., Miss, of Thomaston, and Mr. Charles A. White, of Boston, m. 1 Sep 1844, by Rev. J. Washburn. [p. 77]
Maria R., Miss, of Thomaston, and Mr. Joseph C. Stafford of Boston, m. 20 Oct 1844, by Rev. Job Washburn. [p. 79]



Thomas NOTE, Capt., 8 Oct 1837, in St. George, age 31 years. [p. 3]
John Perkins, Mr., 11 Aug 1839, in New Orleans, a native of Castine, age 21. [p. 22]
Reuben, seaman of this town, lost overboard from the Barque Valhalla on the passage from Boston to Charleston. (Issue 16 Jan 1840). [p. 27]



John, Esq., married a couple, 9 Mar 1844, Pittsfield. [p. 72]

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