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Copy of record of persons baptized, marriages solemnized, and funerals attended by the late Isaac Lord, Jr., of the Maine conference Methodist Episcopal Chirch [i.e. Church] from 1827 to 1884; also data regarding the Lord and Curtis families [1778-1924]

copied by Myrtle H. Hodgdon, Farmingdale, Maine, for Samuel Grant Chapter, Maine D.A.R., Gardiner, Me.
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Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1956
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of 1934 transcript (45 leaves; typewritten, carbon copy) at Bangor Public Library, Bangor, Maine.

Includes biographical sketch of Isaac Lord, Jr. (1803-1885), together with a list of the towns in Maine, and one in New Hampshire, where he served as pastor, "...by Myrtle H. Hodgdon, grand-niece of Isaac Lord, Jr., and historian and librarian of Samuel Grant Chapter, Maine D.A.R., Gardiner, Maine."

Transcript consists of three alphabetical listings: (1) record of persons baptized by Isaac Lord; (2) record of marriages which have been solemnized by Isaac Lord, Jr.; (3) record of funerals, Isaac Lord, officiating clergyman. These baptisms, marriages, and funerals occurred in 32 towns within 11 counties in Maine, and in one town in New Hampshire.

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