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WRIT OF SUMMONS and/or ATTACHMENT - 1818 Courtesy of Windham Historical Society, P. O. Box 2233, Windham, ME 04062-2233


1. Feb 14, 1818 – Josiah LEAVITT, Yeoman of Baldwin, owes $9.00 with interest to Henry JACKSON, Yeoman of Raymond. Court Costs $4.37

2. Feb 14, 1818 – William HALL, Yeoman of Baldwin, owes $4.37 with interest to William JACKSON, Yeoman of Raymond. Court Costs $3.97

3. Feb 28, 1818 – Joseph JOHNSON and Nathan PARTRIDGE, Yeomen of Thompson Pond Plantation so called, a place unincorporated in Cumberland Co., owe $5.94 to Jefse PLUMER, Gentleman of Raymond. Court Costs $3.78

4. Feb 28, 1818 – Stephen BACON, Yeoman of Gorham and Commorant in Windham, owes $6.65 with interest to Jonathan STEVENS Junior, Yeoman of Windham. Court Costs $2.71

5. Mar 2, 1818 – Benjamin HAM, Yeoman of Raymond, owes $5.20 to John COLLINS, Merchant of Windham. Court Costs $2.95

6. Apr 18, 1818 – Peter S. ANDERSON, Yeoman of Harrison, owes $14.50 with interest to William JACKSON, Yeoman of Raymond. Court Costs $3.93

7. Apr 18, 1818 – Josiah LEAVITT, Yeoman of Baldwin, owes $9.07 with interest to Silas WEST, Yeoman of Raymond. Court Costs $3.60

8. Jun 6, 1818 – Fisher MANN, Yeoman of Raymond, owes 32 bushels of good merchantable potatoes worth $10.00 to Ebenezer PROCTER, Yeoman of Standish. Court Costs $8.23

9. Jun 13, 1818 – Abraham ANDERSON, Labourer of Windham, owes Isaac STEVENS, Yeoman of Windham three separate sums of $1.00; $6.00 and $5.20. Court Costs $2.55

10. Jun 13, 1818 – Eliott STAPLES, Yeoman of Raymond, owes $1.30 with interest to Ezra GOOLD, Gentleman of Windham and also a Deputy to Sheriff Richard Hunnewell, Esq. of Cumberland Co. Court Costs $2.95

11. Jun 13, 1818 – John JORDAN, Yeoman of Windham, owes $4.74 to John HAWKS, Cordwainer of Windham. Court Costs $2.59

12. Jun 13, 1818 – Daniel BABB, Labourer of Westbrook, owes $14.00 with interest to Levi HALL, Gentleman of Gorham. Court Costs $2.83

13. June 13, 1818 – Samuel PARTRIDGE and Nathan PARTRIGE, Yeomen of Thompson Pond Plantation so called in Cumberland Co., owe $8.32 with interest to Stephen SWETT Esq. of Raymond. Court Costs $4.21

14. June 15, 1818 – Montgomery ANDERSON of Gorham forfeit the sum of $3.00 for not attending Militia exercises commanded by Capt Levi HALL. Court Costs $2.31

15. Aug 1, 1818 – Ebenezer GILLMAN, Yeoman of Standish, owes $19.85 with interest to Nehemiah WINSLOW, Trader of Windham. Court Costs $5.71

16. Aug 1, 1818 – Ebenezer HALL, Yeoman of Windham, owes $14.23 with interest to John CHUTE Jr. and Jonathan ANDREW, Traders, formerly doing business under the firm of John CHUTE Jr. & Co. Court Costs $3.20

17. Aug 15, 1818 – Benjamin B. WHITING, Blacksmith of Windham, owes $9.07 to Stephen SWETT Esq. of Raymond. Court Costs $5.79

18. Sep 26, 1818 – Samuel A. PROCTOR, Yeoman of Westbrook, owes $21.00 to Mark JORDAN, Yeoman of Raymond. Court Costs $3.82

19. Sep 26, 1818 – Apollos KNIGHT, Yeoman of Otisfield, owes $6.13 to Stephen SWETT Esq. of Raymond. Court Costs $4.01

20. Sep 29, 1818 – Thomas CRAGUE, Yeoman of Windham, owes $19.34 to John COLLINS, Merchant of Windham. Court Costs $2.59

21. Sep 30, 1818 – Thomas CRAGUE, Merchant of Windham, owes $20.30 with interest to John COLLINS, Merchant of Windham. Court Costs $2.59

22. Oct 1, 1818 – Ichabod WHITTUM, Yeoman of Otisfield, owes $2.43 with interest to Ephraim KNEELAND, Yeoman of Lauranceburgh, County of Dearborn, State of Indiana Court Costs $5.701818 (con’t)

23. Oct 1, 1818 – Jonathan RIGGS, Yeoman of Raymond, owes $10.16 to Christian GOULD, Widow of Otisfield. Court Costs $4.27

24. Oct 1, 1818 – Isaac BARTLET, Yeoman of Otisfield, owes $5.00 to Nehemiah WINSLOW and William KENNARD, Traders of Windham. Court Costs $3.19

25. Oct 10, 1818 – Isaac ELDER, Yeoman of Windham, owes $6.92 with interest to Stephen VARNEY, Yeoman of Windham. Court Costs $2.67

26. Nov 7, 1818 – Joseph CHADBOURN, Yeoman of Windham, owes $4.80 with interest to John CHUTE Jr. and Jonathan ANDREW, Merchants of Windham. Court Costs $3.00

27. Nov 7, 1818 – Thomas CRAGUE, Yeoman of Windham, owes $15.45 to Theophilius TOWLE and Amos ANTHOINE, Blacksmiths of Windham, doing business under the firm of TOWLE & ANTHOINE. Court Costs $2.63

28. Nov 7, 1818 – Richard T. SMITH, Yeoman of Bridgton, owes $15.97 with interest to John NOBLE, Yeoman of Otisfield. Court Costs $4.34

29. Nov 7, 1818 – George ANDERSON and Edward ANDERSON, Yeomen of Windham, owe $15.00 to Thomas ANDERSON Jr., Yeoman of Windham. Court Costs $2.81

30. Nov 7, 1818 – John GRAFFAM, Yeoman of Windham owes $10.00 with interest to Ebenezer PROCTER Jr., Yeoman of Standish. Court Costs $2.55

31. Nov 16, 1818 – Ebenezer GILLMAN Jr. Yeoman of Standish, owes $2.67 to William S. FRENCH, Cordwainer of Raymond. Court Costs $2.88

32. Dec 28, 1818 – Jeremiah BENNETT, Yeoman of Otisfield, owes $12.25 to Stephen SWETT Esq. of Raymond. Court Costs $3.25


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