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Re: Silas Daggett's tavern, Holmes Hole, MA
Posted by: Thomas Reed Date: October 05, 2001 at 16:44:05
In Reply to: Silas Daggett's tavern, Holmes Hole, MA by Chris Baer of 805

Chris, If you have access to William Collins Hatch's History of Industry, Maine, you will find some interesting info on Silas Daggett on pages 578-579. He apparently returned to MV probably around 1812-3 as he could not afford to be a town officer, but his wife, Deborah, stayed there and died in Farmington 9/12/1847. My interest in this is that Deborah was a sister to Henry Butler, who emigrated to Maine from MV around 1792, and who's original land and buildings I now own. I am writing a history of the property and would appreciate any info on this Butler line. Thanks, Thomas Reed


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