Land Titles in Old Pittston (Classic Reprint)

Land Titles in Old Pittston (Classic Reprint)

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By "Old Pittston" is here meant the town as it existed at the time of its incorporation. It comprised the territory now lying in Pittston, Randolph, Gardiner, most of West Gardiner, and part of Farmingdale.

Pittston was the fortieth town incorporated by the General Court of Massachusetts in Maine, and the last established by that commonwealth while acting under its royal charter.

The act of incorporation was passed February 4, 1779.It was entitled "An Act for incorporating the Plantation called Gardinerston, in the County of Lincoln into a town by the name of Pittston, and for annexing certain lands in the said County to the town of Bowdoinham." It defined the limits of the new town as "beginning at the north line of the Town of Pownalborough at Kennebeck River, and to run an East South East Course on the said North line five miles from the said River; from thence to run Northerly about seven miles, more or less, to the south easterly corner of the town of Hallowell, and from thence to run West North West on the south line of the said Hallowell, to the said Kennebec River, and across said River, and running a West North West course on the south line of the said Hallowell, five or six miles to Cobbisconte stream on the west side of the said Kennebeck River; from thence to run southerly down the said stream, and as the stream runs to the first Pond, and on said Pond or a stream to the north line of a large lot number ten granted by the Proprietors of Kennebeck purchase to the late William Bowdoin, Esq., deceased, from thence to run an East South East course on the said north line of the said lot, to the said Kennebeck River, and from thence southerly down the said River to the North line of Pownalboough aforesaid."

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