Source: Peter Wilson Coldham, comp., American Wills & Administrations in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1610-1857 [Ancestry.com] (Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1989).
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[p. 145]Jemima Hayden of Castine, Hancock County, United States of America, widow. Administration to Henry Frederick Edward Downes, attorney for the only child, John Hayden, in Castine. (Nov. 1836).
Samuel Hayden, Captain on half pay of the late Lieutenant-Colonel Rogers' Regiment, who died in Castine, Hancock County, United States of America. Administration to Henry Frederick Edward Downes, attorney for the only child, John Hayden, in Castine. (Nov. 1836).[p. 200]John McMaster of Wiscasset, Lincoln County, Maine. Administration to the brother, Daniel McMaster; the mother, Grizell McMaster, widow, renouncing. (Dec. 1824).
William McMaster of Augusta, Kennebec County, Massachusetts. Limited administration with will to Samuel Williams, attorney for the son, Daniel McMaster, in Augusta. (May 1815).[p. 224]John Nevins, formerly of Aldermanbury, London, but late of East Port, Maine. Probate to the nephew, Samuel Gatliff, with similar powers reserved to the brother, Thomas Nevins. (Oct. 1829).[p. 256]Alexander Raitt, formerly of Kittery, Maine, who died at sea. Administration to George Muirson Woolsey, attorney for the son, William Raitt, in Eliot, Kittery; the relict, Miriam Raitt, having died. (May 1825).[p. 281]Joseph Thomas Sherwood of Portland, Cumberland County, Maine. Probate to the sons, Charles Deering Sherwood, William Richard Sherwood and Edward Preble Sherwood, with similar powers reserved to the relict, Dorcas Sherwood. (Dec. 1849).[p. 301]Samuel Lake Stodhart of Brunswick, Maine, bachelor. Administration to the sister, Charlotte Stodhart. (Sep. 1851).[p. 313]William Thorpe of Bangor, Maine, bachelor. Administration to the sister, Catherine Simmons, widow; the mother, Isabella Thorpe, having died. (July 1848).[p. 321]Charles Vaughan of Hallowell, Maine, widower. Administration to the son, Rev. John Apthorp Vaughan. (Aug. 1842). Further grants in August 1874 and February 1879.
Frances Weston Vaughan of Hallowell, Maine. Administration to Rev. John Apthorp Vaughan, administrator of the husband, Charles Vaughan deceased. (Aug. 1842). Further grant in March 1879.[p. 331]Thomas Weare of Charfield, Gloucestershire, whose brother, Peter Weare, was in York, New England. Probate to the brother, Peter Weare. (Oct. 1685).[p. 339]George Widdop of Dear Island, United States of America. Administration to the relict, Caroline, now wife of Joseph Read the younger. (Aug. 1857).