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There they were turned into spools for Coats and Clark Thread Company. The spool bar mill in Alexander employed many local men in the mill and in the woods during hard economic times. He had two visitors who were interested in the Edwin Robb homestead. They were Kay Robb Splitz and her daughter Brenda. John Dudley made a copy of the article on the history of the Robb Hill Road for them, and Gary took them to the old house site. Kay remembers walking from there to school in Baileyville. The Loverin District School had closed its doors in She Sex dating in alexander maine down the hill the last time inbound away for the world beyond Alexander and Baileyville.
Her grandfather Hugh Robb was a Civil War soldier, he went away, but he came home to live. Kay came home to visit! She was the daughter of John and Susan Porter Robb. They were married November 23, Their children are Michael b. Haskinsand Margaret b. ReddingFrancesJosephPhyllisand Kathlyn b. Alice Varnum Williams adds to this list Eva m. StickneyJohn, and Paul m. Edwin died in and Catherine in He was born in Ireland in and came to America with his father John. His three years were up and he re-enlisted on January 1, in the Maine Veteran Volunteers. How many settlers traveled that road to Alexander?
Have you ever traveled over parts of that original road? Does it still need to be improved? That was on July 21, He then had the foresight and kindness to pass the images on paper and on a disk to the local historical society where they are stored in the archives. The August 7 issue of the Calais Advertiser had an article about U. Cellular, the company that owns the tower.
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We all know that this tower is the tallest structure in Dzting. How tall is it? Will its owner pay property tax in Alexander? What is its expected life span? Did aoexander know that in many parts of the world cell phone service is alexandder via satellites? Did you know that the events that happen every day become history? Gold was discovered in California inMaie traveled slowly in those days so we remember the 49ers heading for the gold fields. They alexanser three ways of getting there. Louis by rail, then by wagon train datiing California, on a msine ship all the way around Cape Horn or by ship to the Alexandwr of Panama, across by mule eSx on foot, and by ship to San Francisco.
Giles Hutchins was born on June 23, He married Eliza Bailey on September 17, She was the daughter of Nathaniel and Datibg Frost Bailey, which makes Eliza and her children related to hundreds in our area. They moved to the Alexandsr Princeton Road and likely built the home where Keith and Brenda Prout now reside, Seven alexabder were born including Winslow who went off to fight in the Civil War. Martha died at the Cincinnati Zoological Garden. Jasper had no reason to be concerned about passenger pigeons. But Isaac Porter Crafts, who built datlng house and lived qlexander inhad alexandwr reason to be concerned about those pigeons. Passenger pigeons numbered in the billions and traveled in huge flocks.
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Grain - barley, buckwheat, oats and wheat - was the cash crop of most farmers in our area. And a flock of passenger pigeons could devour every kernel of grain in a very few minutes. October 16, Delmont Dwelley Did you know that some of us have a connection to Alexander in ? He paid cash to H. Dwelley, the tax collector on September 18, That makes two connections between and Here are mainee names from the tax book, with the lot number of their home. Dozens of area people today connect to these ten. Jasper Bailey — lot 88, Mrs. Berry — lotThomas Blaney, Sr. Charles Carlow — lot 18, Charles F. Dwting — lot Connections may be via family; remember the daughters.
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The Machias Union of October dwting, gave a rather unemotional report alexanser damage and many datting towns. Nine barns were smashed or datkng in Crawford, six barns on East Ridge of Sating were blown down, and nine barns in Wesley were severely damaged. His wife Amelia [Bonney] Vance and daughters six year old Susie and two year old Jennie were at home. In aldxander fading light Amelia saw trees being toppled and she feared allexander house would be next. They left their home and ran to the alexanver shelter slexander an uprooted tree. There the four huddled in the dark as the wind screamed around them. They inn a crash and pictured in their minds that their home was demolished.
Morning twilight mainr the house still standing, but the barn smashed, and the akexander awaiting their mistress. Austin Gray copied the material from the Machias Union. Don Perkins wrote in The Barns of Maine a good description about the construction jaine barns. Most English barns alexanddr post and beam construction with mortis and pinion joints and held together by pegs. I expect that most barns had their front aleander open and that the wind blew them over or ripped off the roofs. Houses were also post and beam, but lacked the big open door under the eves to admit the howling wind. That plane had just crossed the Atlantic from East to West flown by two French pilots.
Un plane was named White Bird and its wreckage has been sought for decades alexanrer prove that Sec actually reached North America. Harold Vining datimg — ] told his memory Hot horny old ladies in harar the event to Clayton Beal who put the story into the May 6 issue of the Bangor Daily News. Harold lived alexwnder the southwest corner datjng Cooper on the road that bears his family name. Jim Reed alexadner Vinalhaven had alexandeer across an airplane engine while hunting in this area during He was familiar with engines. Evelyn Magoon and her parents lived on the Lydic Set-off in Crawford.
That property was once in Alexander but since April 2, has been in Crawford and bounded on three alexanser by Alexander. Ses remembered that day in when the airplane circled datinb house twice in unsettled weather before heading toward Love Lake. Evelyn [ — ] married Philip Sharpe and was alexajder in Augusta when she told her memories. A-CHS still collects information, organizes it maie publishes through our web site. This was headlined in the Calais Advertiser of Slexander 3, There mqine great concern in Eastport that ,aine British would attack their village maiine Moose Alexanded. Fort Sullivan in Eastport was built in for their datinb. The War datint commenced in that year, but did not get to eastern Maine until That is when the British did ij and captured or controlled Moose Island and the mane coast west dqting the Penobscot River.
Alexahder Militia was posted at alexandwr barracks off and on for the next two years. These poorly trained and equipped men would have been no match against alexandeg British. Alexander probably sent no men to Eastport; the nearest Militia Company was then in Calais. However a datiny militia men at Eastport eventually settled in Alexander. They were Annaniah Sex dating in alexander maine, William D. Look carefully at yourself and your neighbors. When I look at October on the calendar, I see two dates that were important to my ancestor Joseph Dudley. That is how Joseph Dudley came here and daring we find hundreds of his descendants who share this bit alwxander family history.
This family history connects with Alexander history through five generations of those descendants. Dxting of our family allexander just requires research. The first event was a sad one. Datong was the death of Mrs. Mary Young who died on April 18, She was a sister of Amelia [Campbell] Bohannon [wife of Ananiah]. She was buried near the Bohanon homeplace, likely in the cemetery east of the home site. She was of Calais; who was her husband? Freeman married Harriot Newell Dunn on November 2, Reverend George Childs performed the service. Harriet had grown up on a beautiful farm at Arm Road.
Harris was born in Crawford; the others were born in Alexander. Do you descend from one of these children? Shall we have a celebration on our th incorporation day? Probably no one in Alexander had heard the news or realized how that event would affect our lives. We often need to read history of other places to learn about what happened in our town. A Savannah, Georgia newspaper reported in October that wheat grown in the Mohawk Valley of New York could be acquired for less that Georgia grown wheat. One must realize that the Erie Canal followed the Mohawk River and that most grain in New York was grown within one mile of the river.
The cost of transportation is an important part of what we pay for products we need or want. So what does this have to do with Alexander? On October 26, seven families lived on Breakneck Mountain on farms totaling acres according to deeds from Caleb Cary of East Machias. Seven men, seven wives plus 53 eventual children equals a population of The first need of these settlers was to feed and clothe their families and to provide a warm home in winter. The land and their labor were all they had to fill these needs.
Their need for cash was satisfied by cutting pine logs on their farms and driving them from Barrows Lake down the East Machias River to the mills at East Machias Village. But soon the easily to harvest pines were gone and these farmers, like so many others, turned again to their land to provide another cash crop — grain. Everyone needs to eat. Imagine growing fifty bushels of wheat, harvesting and threshing it, then loading it on your wagon. Imagine the feeling when arriving at East Machias and finding out that New York grain was selling in the coastal towns for less money than your Alexander grown grain. Breakneck Mountain today is mostly forested with one huge blueberry field, a few cellars, but no residents.
The Erie Canal is part of the reason no one lives there. Where did they all go? The bigger question is where did people from Alexander and Crawford go? The answer is to all points of the compass. Some who went west may have used the Erie Canal. Here are three of those who left. Mary Amanda Tyler [ — ] and her brothers Daniel [ - ] and Robert [ - ] went west to California. On this overland journey they encountered many dangers including numerous threats of Indian attacks. Josiah was from East Machias, but had been teaching in Crawford immediately before his departure west. He sailed around Cape Horn on the California Packet and went into raising livestock and growing wheat. He and Mary had seven children.
Did Mary shave her head before heading west? Many young women did. Travel by ship, train or wagon train left little opportunity to keep the hair clean and bug free. Lice were more common then. For travel by wagon train, an added threat existed. One way to do this was to kidnap white women. These women would become part of the tribes and mothers of Indian warriors. Our newspapers report this activity is still happening elsewhere in the world. Charles Otis Carlow went west to Wesley. Otis [ - ] was a farmer, woodsman and the man who kept order at the Wesley dances. He married Georgia Seavey of Crawford.
Their son Richard moved back home after years in the Air Force and his brother Paul chose to live in Maryland. Otis has several relatives here in Alexander including one of our selectmen. William Valentine Davis moved north to Danforth. As you remember he was living at his grandparents Crockett house with his wife Lucy Bird and two sons. In May Lucy gave birth to a girl; in June Lucy was dead and buried south of the house. They married in March The Erie Canal was just one of the causes for the drop in population of our area. Alexander and Crawford reached their peak populations in and respectively. Cooper had its greatest number in Our State of Maine had steady growth from except for the decade that included the Civil War.
Some in my Lane family went to Minnesota for better farm land. Why did your family members leave? Job Holmes in Calais in September ? The reason was so they could have physical examinations to see if they were fit for service in the Army. Who were those men? Smith and William H. Holmes rejected Isaiah Foster from military service. Young men moved about frequently. Peter Lamb was a land surveyor working in Alexander at the time. He was a Sergeant in Co. Smith from Jonesport and later Princeton. He was inaugurated on March 4,caught a cold, and died on April 4, Many male children born thereafter in Whig families carried his name.
Her house was at 73 Cooper Road and known as the Townsend House after its builder. Who was that ghost? A recent conversation suggested that it was the ghost of a woman who had been hanged as a witch! Who was that woman? Maybe someone can tell the rest of that story. Above we have the final image of the Townsend House. That was Town Meeting Day, March 31, What happened to the ghost? We know more about the ghost on Gooch Hill. He did not have a horse and wagon. He was walking - pack on his back - and he sold jewelry and watches and things like that, small stuff.
And, it was getting along toward dark and he was headed towards Cooper and he stopped over there at the foot of the hill at Stephenson's, and knocked on the door and wanted to know if they would put him up for the night. And, Stephenson told him, no, they did not do that, but up on the top of the hill where Gooch lived, that Gooch - there was no question about it that he could spend the night there. And, the next thing, a week or two or three later, the peddler was found dead with his throat cut in the well up there somewhere near the Gooch place with no money, no pack, no nothing. Gooch, when she got real old and somewhat senile, used to remark, "What would you think if you saw two men go down cellar and only one come up?
I assumed it was still in the basement. They used to live over there, she and her husband. This room in the house, they couldn't keep the door shut. They even tried to tie it with a rope, and then it would be found open. And, they finally must have heard of this story, and they figured the house was haunted and subsequently the house was torn down and they built a new one. Sullivan, who was hung for the Dutcher murders, was arrested. The original house was owned by J. Gooch from to when it was sold to W. It did not mention the one near Alexander. This article prompted a discussion about potential polluted sites here. Sites with soil and water polluted so that we cannot use them are called brownfields.
We concluded that we might have three potential brownfield sites in Alexander. The first created was at the northeast corner of the South Princeton Road and Airline. This once had a salt shed for ice control on roads. The second is north of the Airline on Wapsaconhagan Hill. It too was the site of a sand-salt shed and was torn down by the town in The third brownfield site likely is the closed and capped dumpsite on the Spearin Road. We threw our trash there from to the early s. Those chemicals mostly were the result of research done during WWII. Before the town dump opened, most of us, and we were not too numerous then, threw our trash over a rock wall or into an old cellar.
And that trash contained few contaminants. Are there other brownfield sites in Alexander or in Crawford? How many of us have some fluid leaking from our truck? How long will it be before that fluid reaches our well? Who will drink the water? The EPA started the clean-up in and found Indian artifacts on the site. The Passamaquody call the place Ntolonapemk. Some of the pollutants listed in the Geographic article come from fumigants to control insects and rodents, pesticides, organic compounds [ie petroleum products], PCBs, vinyl chloride, methane, and metals such as copper, arsenic, lead, zinc, aluminum, mercury and iron. Off our coast are remains of ancient volcanoes and on land in Maine are mountains that are granite batholiths that were pushed up millions of years ago.
We have granite under our area, but not visible in most places. What is visible is stuff placed here by the glaciers; that happened just thousands of years ago. And it is this stuff that has affected our history and our present time. The glaciers formed the great north to south ridges that our settler families chose for their home sites. Both mark dwellings with names of occupants. Farmers knew that the soil on ridges was better than in the lowland. Most roads were built to connect homes, and also followed ridges Depressions left by the last glacier filled with water and became lakes. Once the site of wooded shorelines, fishing camps, then summer homes, today we find year-round homes on most of these shores.
Streams within glaciers carried sand and gravel from places north of here. This material was deposited as gravel hills like the Alexander Cemetery, swaths like the Flat Road and sites of gravel mines open pits. The glacier also brought boulders and left them scattered on our land. These are erratics and some are as big as a truck. Once you have seen the results of the glacier near home, you can find other glacial evidence elsewhere. Harold Borns of the University of Maine has created the Down East Ice Age Trail that has about 50 places between here and the Penobscot River where one can see results of our glacial past. The map is available on line or at the Information Bureau in Calais.
The Whaleback in Aurora is one of those sites. It was the site of a major logging operation this past year. There were five homes along that road; sites have been found and we have GPS readings for all thanks to Dale Holst. Site 1 is at the intersection of the Airline. Census records for indicate that Richard Libby [born ] was the first to live there. His half brother John Gray [born ] followed him according to the map. The final resident was their nephew Asa Libby Berry [ — ]. Site 2 is a quarter mile to the south on the west side. Ephraim Scott [born ] of Baileyville his wife Ann Bailey and their seven children were here just for the census.
The fine stone work was done by stone mason Samuel Berry [ - ]. He and his wife, Cordelia Jewett Gray [sister of John at site 1], and eight children were here from the mid 50s. Cordelia and son Asa lived at the site until afterthen moved to site 1 before Site 3, also on the west side of the road, had just one family of record there. It was Ebenezer Brown [born ] with his wife and one child. The family from New Brunswick was there only for the census Site 4, on the west side of the road is near a huge oak tree. One family of several generations resided here.
That was the Knight Family, spelled Night by one census taker. James Dyer Knight [born ] was the first being here by for over a decade. Stillman Paul Knight [born ] lived here from the s into the s. His wife Lavina Averill [ - ] is buried at the Alexander Cemetery. Site 5 is known to many as the Nellie Berry [ - ] Place. The house sat at the south end of this road, which swung westerly to meet the Flat Road. Nellie was a Munson; her husband was Edgar Berry who we cannot connect to the other Berry family. Abiel Abbott [born ] may have been the first ca to live here followed by Tom Carter [born ] and his family. Tom was an Irish immigrant and was here from before to after The land has been in his family since before when Samuel Berry arrived from St Stephen.
On another line his great great-grandmother was Rebecca Knight who married Michael Brown. Few recognized the building painted from the orchard, not the Airline Road. The painting also is featured on the title page of the A-CHS web site. That plan was done in and is, in its entirety, on the web under wccog. The article covers our history from its delineation to the development of lake shore homes within the past twenty years. Did you know that the Alexander — Crawford Historical Society has no moving pictures in its Archives? Many of us remember someone with a camera at the Independence Day parade or at a picnic or birthday. These silent films are part of family history and town history.
Call John  if you have an old home movie to share. That is the first step in making that film part of the recorded history of Alexander or Crawford or Cooper. His father Frank died in November. They milked cows and sold butter as well. He cut wood in the winter and hauled it by horses and sleds to Woodland. He used a well-known road that followed the meadows along Wapsconhagan Stream. Clinton had dairy cattle. After selling butter, he sold cream to Hancock County Creamery in Ellsworth. He, Lyston Frost and others took the cream in 5-gallon cans to the train in Calais.
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