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Cornish Tax List, 1794

Source: Harry Edward Mitchell, et al., comp., The town register: Standish, Baldwin, Cornish, Limerick, Limington, 1905 (Brunswick, Me., The H. E. Mitchell Co., 1905).

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Tax List 1794

Joseph Allen, Thos. Adams, Eben Barker, Simeon Barker, Nat'l Barker, Thos. Barker, Ezra Barker, John Balon, Samuel Boynton, Timothy W Barrows, Abram Barrows, Clement Brown, Obadiah Cole, Robert Cole, Osobel Cole, Henry Cole, John Colton, Humphrey Chadbourne, Wm. Chadbourne, Wm. Chadbourne Jr., Leon Chadbourne, John Chadbourne, Isaac Chick, Daniel Chick, Benj. Clark, Benj. Clark Jr., John Durgin, Josiah Davis, Nathaniel Day, Wm. Day, Wm. Day Jr., Stephen Day, Benj. Estes, Richard Estes, Jonathan Estes, Dan'l Eastman, Obadiah Eastman, Ezekiel Eastman, Jacob Eastman, John Ellis, Wm. Fessenden, Joshua Gray, Daniel Gray, Isaac Gray, John Gray, George Gray, Joseph Gordon, Unite Graffam, Theo. Graffam, John Gilpatrick, Dan'l Guptill, James Holmes, James Holmes Jr., Heard Hubbard, Joseph Hubbard, Edmund Hammons, James Hamilton,


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Aaron Hart, Simon Johnson, Chas. A. Johnson, David Jewell, John Jewell, John Kennard, Isaac Linscott, Isaac Linscott Jr., Noah Linscott, Joseph Linscott, John Long, Annie Lord, John McKusick, Francis McKusick, Samuel Merrifield, Thos. Mattox, Andrew Neal, Jona Norris, Isaiah Norris, Henry Pendexter, Stephen Pease, Edward Pendexter, Paul Pendexter, Thos. Pendexter, Eliab Pendexter, James Perry, Samuel Perry, Joseph Perry, Daniel Perkins, John Pike, Noah Pike, Bennett Pike, Chase Sargent, Theophilus Smith, David Smith, Andrew Sherburne, Samuel Sherburne, George Sherburne, Paul Stone, Benj. Storer, Wm. Storer, John Storer, John Shute, Joseph M. Thompson, Isaac Thompson, Chas. Trafton, Martress Treadwell, Richard Tiney, James Weymouth, James Wormwood, James Whitten, Richard Whitten, John Wales, Samuel Weeks, Joseph Wilson Jr.

Joshua Chadbourne removed to Hiram prior to 1794; Joseph Wilson became severely frozen and died previous to 1794, and Joseph Seavey had removed.