Lowell Land Transactions in Farmington, MaineThe images in this album depict a variety of land transactions occurring in Farmington, Maine. Transactions occurred between 1790 and 1812.
|1||Land Records. LOWELL LAND TRANSACTIONS IN FARMINGTON, MAINE: OVERVIEW|
A variety of records are displayed within the "Land Records" category in Connected Bloodlines. Each record depicts a specific land transaction that occurred in Farmington, Maine, between 1790 and 1812, involving Reuben Lowell or his descendants. Each of these records is linked to the person pages of the specific individuals who were involved in the transaction. Please note that the records displayed here do NOT constitute a comprehensive listing of all relevant Lowell-related land records in Farmington, Maine. Each record contains the original deed, a transcription of the deed, and a rough map showing the location of the specific tract of land associated with the transaction. To see only the land transactions occurring in Farmington, Maine, click on the Albums title displayed in the box below: "Lowell Land Transactions in Farmington, Maine."
|2||Land Records. Lowell, Joshua B. Sells Land in Farmington, Maine, to father, Reuben Lowell, 1795.|
Lot No. 15 in Farmington was originally deeded to Reuben Lowell by actions of the General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in February 4, 1790. Reuben apparently sold Lot. 15 to his son Joshua B. sometime after 1790 and before 1805. No deeds have been located reflecting Reuben's sale of Lot No. 15 to Joshua B. Lowell or the purchase date of Lot 14 by Joshua B. Lowell prior to its being sold to Reuben Lowell.
|3||Land Records. Eames, Samuel. Sells two tracts of land in Farmington to father-in-law, Reuben Lowell, 1795.|
Samuel Eames, husband of Reuben Lowell's daughter, Sally, sells portions of Lot 13 in Farmington to his father-in-law, Reuben Lowell.
|4||Land Records. Lowell, Reuben. Sells Land in Farmington to son John Lowell, 1805.|
Reuben Lowell sells portions of his home farm on Lot 14 and Lot 15 to son John Lowell. These two tracts of land become John Lowell's home farm in Farmington.
|5||Land Records. Lowell, Reuben. Sells Land in Farmington to Reuben Lowell, Jr., 1805.|
Reuben Lowell sells portions of Lot 13 and Lot 14 in Farmington, Maine, to son, Reuben Lowell, Jr. These two tracts of land will become Reuben Lowell, Jr.'s home farm in Farmington.
|6||Land Records. Lowell, Reuben. Sells Portion of his Farmington Home Farm to Samuel L. Lowell, 1805.|
Reuben Lowell sells a major portion of Lot 15 to his son Samuel L. Lowell.
|7||Land Records. Lowell, Samuel L. Sells land in Farmington to father, Reuben Lowell, 1808.|
Son Samuel L. Lowell sells to father, Reuben Lowell, land that was owned three years earlier by Reuben Lowell, and sold at that time to Samuel L. Lowell.
|8||Land Records. Lowell, Reuben and Samuel L. Lowell. Donate land to the Town of Farmington for a Cemetery, 1812.|
Father Reuben Lowell and son Samuel L. Lowell donate a small portion of land from each of their respective home farms in Farmington to serve as a burial ground for the town of Farmington. The cemetery that was created on this land is now called "Lowell Cemetery, Farmington".
|Linked to||Samuel EAMES, John LOWELL, Joshua Bartlett LOWELL, Reuben LOWELL, Reuben LOWELL, Jr., Samuel L. LOWELL|