.........A Genealogical and Geometric study 165 pgs, vbe bind (lays flat)

The material is intended to represent a genealogical account of the early settlers, who resided as head of household within the current town boundaries of Freeport, prior to founding plus 1 year (which gives the convenient data base of the first Census—the year 1790). Obviously, these people lived beyond 1790 and this research attempts to follow them to the end of their effect on the community. This publication examines who these people were, where they came from, their vital records, who their parents, spouses, and offspring were, where they were located, and what they did. You will find that this material is a supplement to the history books, being an attempt to scrutinize everyone who appears in a historical record that the author has found.  A research document, lotting maps, indexes of Head of Household, Spousal Index, Tax District Analysis, local place names, 1790 Census Analysis, etc.

Price $30 (incl. postage and handling)  Contact: Ed Coffin 275 Cony Road, Augusta, ME 04330


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Comment by Nancy Lecompte on March 23, 2016 at 6:38pm
Ed, Is the Coffin Book from 2012 available for sale? Give me a price and I will mail you money for it and this Freeport book. Shipping would be to Belgrade, ME and I am in no rush.
Nancy (Coffin) Lecompte
Comment by Eric Stoltz on April 24, 2016 at 5:46pm

Are there any Dunhams in the name index? I'm looking for Amaziah, Daniel and John Dunham of Freeport as recorded in the 1790 census.

Comment by Ed Coffin on April 30, 2016 at 8:27am

Nancy--The 2012 Coffin Book is sold out, a copy is at the state library.  Enough demand would force reprint at print cost plus handling.

Eric--Amaziah (Ammi), Daniel, and John are discussed in the material, which together comprise about one page.  


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