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A Last Will and Testament
A Last Will and Testament
The Last Will and Testament of the Aroostook High School Class of 1942 
 
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Border Crossings From Canada to US 18951956-1.jpg
Border Crossings From Canada to US 18951956-1.jpg
 
 
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Border Crossings From Canada to US 18951956-2.jpg
Border Crossings From Canada to US 18951956-2.jpg
 
 
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Border Crossings From Canada to US 18951956.jpg
Border Crossings From Canada to US 18951956.jpg
 
 
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Charles & Betty Marriage Certificate
Charles & Betty Marriage Certificate
 
 
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Cora M Dickinson head stone.jpg
Cora M Dickinson head stone.jpg
 
 
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Daniel Ella Marriage Record.jpg
Daniel Ella Marriage Record.jpg
 
 
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Daniel Larlee and Ellen Baker Marriage Record.jpg
Daniel Larlee and Ellen Baker Marriage Record.jpg
 
 
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Death of two children and 1 previously.htm
Death of two children and 1 previously.htm
 
 
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Dickinson Cora marriage.jpg
Dickinson Cora marriage.jpg
 
 
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Dickinson Cora mildred birth.jpg
Dickinson Cora mildred birth.jpg
 
 
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Ella Elizabeth Baker Birth Record.jpg
Ella Elizabeth Baker Birth Record.jpg
 
 
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Eulogy for Elizabeth Jane (Emmons) Larlee
Eulogy for Elizabeth Jane (Emmons) Larlee
This was the eulogy given by Betty Larlee's daughters at her memorial service held at Larlee Creek Church on August 4, 2005, in Perth-Andover, New Brunswick. 
 
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From History of County of AnnapolisIncluding Old .pdf
From History of County of AnnapolisIncluding Old .pdf
 
 
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Funeral Sermon for Loss of children.htm
Funeral Sermon for Loss of children.htm
 
 
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Helena Myrtle Godin Baptismal Record.jpg
Helena Myrtle Godin Baptismal Record.jpg
 
 
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Honolulu, Hawaii, Passenger and Crew Lists, 1900-1959.jpg
Honolulu, Hawaii, Passenger and Crew Lists, 1900-1959.jpg
 
 
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Honolulu, Hawaii, Passenger and Crew Lists, 1900-1960.jpg
Honolulu, Hawaii, Passenger and Crew Lists, 1900-1960.jpg
 
 
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john larlee land grant petition 1832 page 2.jpg
john larlee land grant petition 1832 page 2.jpg
 
 
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John Watson Death Record.jpg
John Watson Death Record.jpg
 
 
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Life of Charles Woolverton.htm
Life of Charles Woolverton.htm
 
 
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Marriage Record.jpg
Marriage Record.jpg
 
 
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Massachusetts Town Vital Collections 16201988-1.jpg
Massachusetts Town Vital Collections 16201988-1.jpg
 
 
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Massachusetts Town Vital Collections 16201988-2.jpg
Massachusetts Town Vital Collections 16201988-2.jpg
 
 
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Massachusetts Town Vital Collections 16201988.jpg
Massachusetts Town Vital Collections 16201988.jpg
 
 
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Minnesota Territorial and State Censuses 18491905-1.jpg
Minnesota Territorial and State Censuses 18491905-1.jpg
 
 
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Minnesota Territorial and State Censuses 18491905-2.jpg
Minnesota Territorial and State Censuses 18491905-2.jpg
 
 
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Minnesota Territorial and State Censuses 18491905-3.jpg
Minnesota Territorial and State Censuses 18491905-3.jpg
 
 
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Minnesota Territorial and State Censuses 18491905-4.jpg
Minnesota Territorial and State Censuses 18491905-4.jpg
 
 
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Minnesota Territorial and State Censuses 18491905.jpg
Minnesota Territorial and State Censuses 18491905.jpg
 
 
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Ontario Canada Deaths 18691934-1.jpg
Ontario Canada Deaths 18691934-1.jpg
 
 
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Ontario Canada Deaths 18691934.jpg
Ontario Canada Deaths 18691934.jpg
 
 
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Ontario Canada Marriages 18571924-1.jpg
Ontario Canada Marriages 18571924-1.jpg
 
 
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Oregon, Death Index, 1898-2008 - Elizabeth Jane Emmons.jpg
Oregon, Death Index, 1898-2008 - Elizabeth Jane Emmons.jpg
 
 
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Randolph and Salome Dickinson census 1871 Canterb.jpg
Randolph and Salome Dickinson census 1871 Canterb.jpg
 
 
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Registres de lglise catholique franaise de lAcadi-1.jpg
Registres de lglise catholique franaise de lAcadi-1.jpg
 
 
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Registres de lglise catholique franaise de lAcadi-2.jpg
Registres de lglise catholique franaise de lAcadi-2.jpg
 
 
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Registres de lglise catholique franaise de lAcadi-3.jpg
Registres de lglise catholique franaise de lAcadi-3.jpg
 
 
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Registres de lglise catholique franaise de lAcadi.jpg
Registres de lglise catholique franaise de lAcadi.jpg
 
 
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Registres de lglise catholique franaise de lAcadi_1-1.jpg
Registres de lglise catholique franaise de lAcadi_1-1.jpg
 
 
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Registres de lglise catholique franaise de lAcadi_2-1.jpg
Registres de lglise catholique franaise de lAcadi_2-1.jpg
 
 
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Registres de lglise catholique franaise de lAcadi_3-1.jpg
Registres de lglise catholique franaise de lAcadi_3-1.jpg
 
 
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Registres de lglise catholique franaise de lAcadi_4-1.jpg
Registres de lglise catholique franaise de lAcadi_4-1.jpg
 
 
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Remember: Son recalls his father's fight for freedom
Remember: Son recalls his father's fight for freedom
Article from the Vancouver Sun, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, dated November 11, 1999. 
 
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Syracuse Herald Journal Syracuse New York-1.jpg
Syracuse Herald Journal Syracuse New York-1.jpg
 
 
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This is page one of a petition written on John Larlee's behalf by George Morehouse, Justice of the Peace, in 1832.
This is page one of a petition written on John Larlee's behalf by George Morehouse, Justice of the Peace, in 1832.
Transcription of this page:

To His Excellency
Major General Sir Archibald Campbell Baronet G. C. B. Lieutenant Governor – and Commander in Chief of the Province of New Brunswick.
The Petition of John Larlee a Settler on the Indian Reserve in Parish of Kent, County of York.
Humbly Sheweth
That your Petitioner in the year 1814 laid a Memorial before the Lieutenant Governor and Council of this Province praying a grant of land where he now resides on the Indian Reserve and in consequence of encouragement received from the then Surveyor General of a favorable hearing proceeded immediately to make a settlement thereon but subsequently was informed from the Secretary’s office that the land was allotted as an Indian Reserve and could not be granted.
That your petitioner then applied to the Indians residing at the Tobique to purchase it from them and paid them Twenty five pounds Currency and received from them a Deed for three hundred acres which Instrument is now in possession of your petitioner and under the impression 
 
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This is page three of a petition written on John Larlee's behalf by George Morehouse, Justice of the Peace, in 1832.
This is page three of a petition written on John Larlee's behalf by George Morehouse, Justice of the Peace, in 1832.
Transcription of this page:

the rent altogether, that your Excellency will be pleased to order it to be paid into the hands of an Agent in farm produce for the use of the Indians which if the rent was lessened he could pay in that way without distressing his family.
Your Petitioner is informed by the Sheriff of York that it has been reported to Your Excellency that the settlers on this Reserve have declared it their intention to keep possession by force in defiance of the Law And Your Petitioner begs leave most solemnly to declare that he never has directly or indirectly made such a declaration or had such and intention. Your Excellency’s petitioner was born and reared a British subject and is ever ready to yield obedience to the law of his Country – humbly hoping that Your Excellency will favorably receive and grant the prayer of this petition. Your Excellency Petitioner as in duty bound will ever pray.

Parish of Kent
12th July 1832 (signature) John Larlee 
 
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This is page two of a petition written on John Larlee's behalf by George Morehouse, Justice of the Peace, in 1832.
This is page two of a petition written on John Larlee's behalf by George Morehouse, Justice of the Peace, in 1832.
Transcription of this page:

that his title was good your petitioner has made a large improvement having cleared and put under fence upwards of fifty acres built a comfortable log house and a frame barn thereon.
That your petitioner with the other settlers on the Indian Reserve were in the year 1827 compelled by the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to acknowledge themselves bound to pay an annual rent in Money. Your petitioner’s was to be fifteen pounds per annum which rent has never been legally called for until now and your petitioner regrets find that the High Sheriff is now authorized to levy by Warrant of Execution on his effects for the rent now due which your petitioner is totally unable to pay from the great scarcity of money in the country – petitioner being a married man with a family of twelve children finds it very difficult to support and keep together so large a family even with his greatest exertions. He therefore humbly begs that your Excellency will take his case into consideration and remit the rent due and allow him to possess the land he now occupies as should your petitioner’s effects be restrained for the rent, his family will be left at an inclement season of the year in a state of destitution – But should it not be in your Excellency’s power to remit 
 
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US City Directories 18211989.jpg
US City Directories 18211989.jpg
 
 
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US Consular Registration Applications 19161925.jpg
US Consular Registration Applications 19161925.jpg
 
 

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