Secretary of State Correspondence Record: Petition recommending the appointment of P. M. Fogler to the office of Register of Deeds in Kennebec County.
|Item Description:||Petition recommending the appointment of P. M. Fogler to the office of Register of Deeds in Kennebec County.|
|Date Written:||Sept. 1870|
|Box and Folder:||30-17|
|Associated names:||L. L. Allen; H. K. Baker; L. W. Bean; J. R. Bodwell; J. W. Bodwell; J. E. Brann; Frank Carr; J. A. Cass; J. Childs; T. E. Church; C. H. Clare; Fred Clement; C. A. Cole; Smith C. Cox; A. R. Crane; Albert H. Davis; J. P. Davis; Francis J. Day; John Densmore; E. G. Dole; Lewis G. Dudley; H. G. Evans; M. W. Farre; D. W. Flagg; P. M. Fogler; C. Fuller; George S. Fuller; William H. Fuller; Daniel Hanscom; John Q. A. Hawes; E. J. Hersey; Charles B. Hobbs; Eben Horn; A. H. Howard; Charles C. Hunt; E. F. Hunt; John F. Hutchinson; F. H. Jackson; G. S. Johnson; Mark Johnson; Simon Johnson; S. W. Kimball; A. C. King; James H. Leigh; Thomas Leigh; A. T. Macomber; G. C. McCausland; Peter A. Morton; A. D. Niles; J. E. Nye; B. G. Page; C. A. Page; Benjamin G. Robinson; E. F. Rollins; E. Rowell; George B. Safford; H. B. Sanborn; E. N. Sawtelle; J. R. Sawtelle; J. N. Sewell; E. S. Smith; Harrison Smith; J. D. Wolfe Smith; John S. Snow; Calvin Spaulding; Charles L. Spaulding; G. S. Stevens; J. B. Thomas; William Thomas; Harvey Tobey; Madison Tuck; Ariel Wall; C. G. Wall; George E. Warren; A. J. Washburn; Charles Wilson; William Wilson; G. F. Wingate; H. F. Wingate; James A. Woodbridge; J. F. Worthing|
|Associated subjects:||County officials and employeesMaineYork County; MaineOfficials and employees; Hallowell (Kennebec Co., Me.); PetitionsHallowell, Maine|
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Source citation: "Secretary of State Correspondence, 1820-1914," database, Maine Genealogy (https://www.mainegenealogy.net/individual_correspondence_record.asp?id=9312 : accessed 3 December 2021), entry for Petition recommending the appointment of P. M. Fogler to the office of Register of Deeds in Kennebec County., Sept. 1870, citing Hancock County Court of Sessions database, Maine State Archives.
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