Lowell Land Transactions in Chesterville, Maine

Lowell Land Transactions in Chesterville, Maine

The images in this album depict a variety of land transactions occurring in Chesterville, Maine. Transactions occurred between 1790-1854.

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Land Records.  LOWELL LAND TRANSACTIONS IN CHESTERVILLE, MAINE: OVERVIEW
Land Records. LOWELL LAND TRANSACTIONS IN CHESTERVILLE, 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 Chesterville, Maine, between 1790 and 1854, 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 Chesterville, 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 Chesterville, Maine, click on the Albums title displayed in the box below: "Lowell Land Transactions in Chesterville, Maine." 
 
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Land Records.  Lowell, Joshua B.  Purchases Home Farm in Chesterville, 1790.
Land Records. Lowell, Joshua B. Purchases Home Farm in Chesterville, 1790.
This purchase by Joshua B. Lowell is the first purchase, by a Lowell, of land in Chesterville, Maine. One hundred and seventy six acres were purchased on 21 June 1790. 
 
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Land Records.  Lowell, Joshua B.  Purchase of second property in Chesterville, 1812.
Land Records. Lowell, Joshua B. Purchase of second property in Chesterville, 1812.
On 12 October 1813, Joshua B. Lowell purchases an additional tract of land, 55 acres, from Oliver Bailey of Farmington. 
 
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Land Records.  Lowell, Joshua B.  Sells land to future son-in-law, Jacob Ames, 1813.
Land Records. Lowell, Joshua B. Sells land to future son-in-law, Jacob Ames, 1813.
On 28 Feb 1816, Jacob Ames married Joshua B. and Betsey Lowell's oldest daughter, Sarah "Sally" Lowell. They settled as a married couple on the land that Jacob purchased from Joshua B. Lowell in 1813. The land sold to Jacob was part of Joshua B. Lowell's original home farm purchased in Chesterville. 
 
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Land Records.  Lowell, Reuben.  Purchases property in Chesterville, 1813.
Land Records. Lowell, Reuben. Purchases property in Chesterville, 1813.
Reuben Lowell purchases land from Moses Williams on 9 October 1813 for his home farm in Chesterville, and leaves his original home farm, located in Farmington. 
 
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Land Records.  Lowell, Samuel and Bartlett Lowell.  Release and quit claim interest in property to their brother, Reuben Lowell, 1824.
Land Records. Lowell, Samuel and Bartlett Lowell. Release and quit claim interest in property to their brother, Reuben Lowell, 1824.
Samuel and Bartlett Lowell quit claim their interest in the second piece of property purchased by their father, Joshua B. Lowell, to their brother, Reuben Lowell, Jr., 1824. Joshua B. Lowell died on 12 March 1821. In 1824, after the death of their mother in 1822, his three adult sons divided his property among themselves so that each adult son had their own home farm. 
 
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Land Records.  Lowell, Sally.  Purchases land from Reuben Lowell's children, 1825.
Land Records. Lowell, Sally. Purchases land from Reuben Lowell's children, 1825.
Sally Lowell was Reuben Lowell's second wife. They married on 10 Nov 1807. Reuben Lowell died on 1 June 1824. On 9 May 1825, Sally purchases outright her late husband's home farm in Chesterville from all of the children and their descendants born to Reuben Lowell and his first wife, Priscilla. 
 
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Land Records.  Lowell, Bartlett.  Purchases land from Benjamin B. Bradbury, 1830.
Land Records. Lowell, Bartlett. Purchases land from Benjamin B. Bradbury, 1830.
Benjamin B. Bradbury was the husband of Elizabeth "Betsy" Lowell, daughter of Joshua B. Lowell and sister to Bartlett Lowell. 
 
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Land Records.  Lowell, Bartlett.  Sells land to brother-in-law, Benjamin B. Bradbury, 1830.
Land Records. Lowell, Bartlett. Sells land to brother-in-law, Benjamin B. Bradbury, 1830.
Benjamin B. Bradbury married Bartlett Lowell's sister, Elizabeth "Betsy" Lowell on 8 January 1823. After their marriage, they apparently were living on this property, that apparently was inherited by Bartlett Lowell after the death of his father, Joshua B. Lowell, in 1821.  
 
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Land Records.  Bradbury, Benjamin B.  Sells property to Timothy B. Lowell, 1831.
Land Records. Bradbury, Benjamin B. Sells property to Timothy B. Lowell, 1831.
Benjamin B. Bradbury was the husband of Elizabeth "Betsy" Lowell, daughter of Joshua B. Lowell. Timothy B. Lowell was the son of Samuel L. Lowell, Joshua B. Lowell's brother. Timothy was, therefore, the cousin of Benjamin and Betsy Lowell Bradbury. 
 
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Land Records.  Lowell, Bartlett and Reuben Lowell. Release and quit claim interest in property to their brother Samuel Lowell, 1824.
Land Records. Lowell, Bartlett and Reuben Lowell. Release and quit claim interest in property to their brother Samuel Lowell, 1824.
Bartlett Lowell and Reuben Lowell, Jr., quit claim their interest in portion of land owned by their deceased father, Joshua B. Lowell, to their brother, Samuel. Joshua B. Lowell died on 12 March 1821. In 1824, after the death of their mother in 1822, his three adult sons divided his property among themselves so that each adult son would have their own home farm. 
 
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Land Records.  Lowell, Samuel and Reuben Lowell.  Release and quit claim interest in property to their brother, Bartlett Lowell, 1824.
Land Records. Lowell, Samuel and Reuben Lowell. Release and quit claim interest in property to their brother, Bartlett Lowell, 1824.
Joshua B. Lowell died on 12 March 1821. After the death of his wife in 1822, his three sons divided his property among themselves so that each adult son would have their own home farm. 
 
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Land Records.  Lowell, Samuel.  Purchases property from brother, Bartlett Lowell, 1824.
Land Records. Lowell, Samuel. Purchases property from brother, Bartlett Lowell, 1824.
Bartlett Lowell sells a small portion of his home farm, inherited from his father, Joshua B. Lowell, to his brother, Samuel Lowell. The property sold to Samuel Lowell was limited to the land on which Samuel Lowell's home stood. 
 
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Land Records.  Lowell, Bartlett.  Sells land to Albert Charles Manson, 1834.
Land Records. Lowell, Bartlett. Sells land to Albert Charles Manson, 1834.
Bartlett Lowell sells part of the home farm of his father, Joshua B. Lowell, to Albert C. Manson. These two properties had been inherited by Bartlett Lowell after his father's death in 1822. 
 
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Land Records.  Lowell, Reuben, Jr.  Purchases land in Chesterville, 1835.
Land Records. Lowell, Reuben, Jr. Purchases land in Chesterville, 1835.
Reuben Lowell, Jr., purchases part of the home farm of his father, Joshua B. Lowell, from Albert G. Manson, on 29 August 1835. 
 
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Land Records.  Lowell, Charles.  Purchases land from the estate of his father, Samuel Lowell, 1842.
Land Records. Lowell, Charles. Purchases land from the estate of his father, Samuel Lowell, 1842.
Reuben Lowell, as administrator of his father Samuel Lowell's estate, sells northerly portion of his father's home place to Samuel's oldest son, Charles Lowell. Samuel Lowell died on 20 December 1828. 
 
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Land Records.  Lowell, Hiram and Hannah Lowell.  Release and quit claim interest in property to their brother, William F. Lowell, 1854.
Land Records. Lowell, Hiram and Hannah Lowell. Release and quit claim interest in property to their brother, William F. Lowell, 1854.
Hiram and Hannah Lowell, adult children of Samuel Lowell, release and quit claim their individual interests in property of their deceased father to their older brother, William F. Lowell. Samuel Lowell died on 20 December 1838. After Samuel's death, his property was inherited by his oldest son, Charles Lowell. Charles died, unmarried on 8 August 1847. After Charles' death, Hiram and Hannah released their interests in Charles' property to their oldest brother, William.  
 
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Land Records.  Lowell, John F. and Harriet J. Lowell. Release and quit claim interests in property to their brother, William F. Lowell, 1854.
Land Records. Lowell, John F. and Harriet J. Lowell. Release and quit claim interests in property to their brother, William F. Lowell, 1854.
John F. Lowell and sister Harriet J. Lowell, minors represented by older brother, Hiram Lowell, release and quit claim their individual interests in property of their deceased father to their older brother, William F. Lowell. Samuel Lowell died on 20 December 1838. After Samuel's death, his property was inherited by his oldest son, Charles Lowell. Charles died, unmarried on 8 August 1847. After Charles' death, John F. and Harriet J. Lowell released their interests in Charles' property to their oldest brother, William.  
 

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