Administration Record of John McKechnie
John McKechnie, late of Winslow. Mary McKechnie, of Winslow, widow, Adm'x, 6 Mar., 1783. [III,54.] Ezekiel Pattee, of Winslow, and Joseph North, of Hallowell, sureties. Inventory by Ezekiel Pattee, Asa Phillips and Solomon Parker, all of Winslow, 10 July, 1783, £1049 : 11 : 0. [III, 55-56.] Inventory of land in Bowdoinham by Abraham Preble, Zacheus Beal and George Thomas, all of Bowdoinham, 8 Ap., 1784. [III, 57.] Mary McKechnie, widow, appointed guardian unto Alexander, Joseph, and William, minor sons, Lydia, Jane and Mary, minor daughters, 1 Aug., 1784. [III, 64 to 66.] Josiah Hayden and George Warren, both of Winslow, commissioners to examine claims, 30 May, 1793. [VII, 201-2.] Widow's dower set off by Josiah Hayden and George Warren, both of Winslow, and Nehemiah Getchel, of Vassalborough, 1792. [VII, 202-3.] Division of estate by Ezekiel Pattee, Josiah Hayden and Jacob Diman, all of Winslow, 12 Jan., 1795, among Thomas McKechnie, Rebecca, wife of Simon Tozer, Mary, wife of James Stackpole, Jr., John McKechnie, Sarah, wife of Abraham Steward, Jane McKechnie, Lydia McKechnie, Elizabeth, wife of Samuel McFarland, Joseph McKechnie, Alexander McKechnie, William McKechnie, Mary Pattee, and the heirs of Hannah Craig, deceased. [VII, 203 to 205.] Advertisement of sale of real estate, 1794, at which date the administratrix had become the wife of David Pattee. [VII, 205.] Account filed 29 May, 1794. [VII, 206-7.]
Source: The Probate Records of Lincoln County, Maine, 1760 to 1800 (Portland, Me.: Printed for the Maine Genealogical Society, 1895), p. 141, citing Lincoln County, Maine, Probate Records.
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