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Re: John Prouty and Alice/Elice Daggett
Posted by: Linda Wilson (ID *****2240) Date: September 17, 2004 at 20:09:32
In Reply to: Re: Nathaniel Daggett - 1750 by Peter Daggett of 805

Here are some notes I have on John Prouty and his family, from
Prouty Charles A., attorney and counselor at law, State's attorney, Coburn block, h 4 Second.

States Attorney -C. A. Prouty 1882-84
Admission to the Bar: C.A. Prouty Newport Orleans County Feb., 1877
(note: I'm not sure if/how Charles is related, but he was in Newport...)
Prouty George H., son of John A., supt. of lumber mills, at Knowlton, Can.

Prouty Harley H., son of John A., supt. of lumber mill, at Boxton Falls, Can.

PROUTY JOHN A., (Prouty & Miller,) h Main.

Prouty Roswell, retired farmer, aged 73, the oldest person born in the town, h Main.

PROUTY & MILLER, (John A. Prouty, and Oscar 0. Miller,) proprietors of the Newport steam saw-mill, also mills at Boxton Falls, and Knowlton, Quebec, spruce, hemlock, birch, beech, and maple lumber, factory floor plank planed, grooved and butted to exact length, off Main.
I have nothing about Alice, but John Prouty had a previous wife he married in Spencer, MA, and they had 4 children.I don't have their DOB, but names were John, Phineous, Levi, and Lucy.

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