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Secretary of State Correspondence

1820-1914

Secretary of State Correspondence Record: Petition recommending the appointment of James L. Stoddard to the office of Register of Deeds for Kennebec County.

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Item Description: Petition recommending the appointment of James L. Stoddard to the office of Register of Deeds for Kennebec County.
Date Written: 1870
Box and Folder: 29-4
Associated names: J. C. Barlett; W. Benjamin; John Berry; W. S. Brown; James Charch; Lorenso Clay; Eugene Colburn; George W. Colburn; J. M. Colson; Charles Danforth; A. Davenport; A. G. Davis; David Dennis; Elbridge Drake; N. W. Gord; Joshua Gray; E. D. Haley; W. L. Hall; T. Hildreth, 2nd; D. Larrabee; J. M. Larrabee; Samuel Libby; Augustus S. Lord; Josiah Maxcy; William Milliken; James Nash; F. A. Niedd; D. C. Palmer; W. C. Palmer; William Palmer; Alonzo Parsons; Charles H. Partridge; Albert A. Robbins; Charles A. Robbins; Harvey Scribner, Jr.; James L. Stoddard; I. N. Tucker; John Webb; William K. Wiles; Sanford Wilson; S. Witmore; J. W. Woodward
Associated subjects: Petitions—Gardiner, Maine; Gardiner (Kennebec Co., Me.); Maine—Registers; Maine—Officials and employees
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Source citation: "Secretary of State Correspondence, 1820-1914," database, Maine Genealogy (https://www.mainegenealogy.net/individual_correspondence_record.asp?id=8519 : accessed 1 December 2021), entry for Petition recommending the appointment of James L. Stoddard to the office of Register of Deeds for Kennebec County., 1870, citing Hancock County Court of Sessions database, Maine State Archives.

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