Unknown [Information related to the estate of Samuel Waldo]
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Docket notes that this document is from papers belonging to Thomas Flucker. Heading indicates, "The following Estates, belonging to the Estate of the Late Brigadier Samuel Waldo Esqr. remains undisposed of besides the Muscongus Patent so called & a house and Land at Falmouth..." Contains estate information.
The Waldo Patent, a letters patent also known as the Muscongus Patent or the Lincolnshire Patent, was an area of land 36 miles square in what is now the State of Maine. Waldo was Thomas Flucker's father-in-law.
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