Biography of Samuel Pool
Farmington Franklin County, Maine Biographies





SAMUEL POOL, as has been stated, was the successor of Nathaniel Davis on lot No. 28, east side, where he erected a tannery which was in successful operation for some years. Mr. Pool was a Revolutionary soldier, and a pensioner under the act of 1818. He removed to Mt. Vernon, where his death occurred. The town records give the births of his children as follows: Olive, born May 15, 1792; George, born May 18, 1794; Harriet, born Jan. I, 1797, died June 17, 1799; Samuel, born Sept. 28, 1798; William, born May 28, 1800; Harriet, born Jan. 24, 1802; Benjamin, born Oct. 26, 1806; Thomas, born March 31, 1811. His wife was Abiah Pease.

From:
A History of Farmington, Franklin County, Maine
From the warliest explorations to the present time,
1776-1885
By: Francis G. Butler
Member of the Maine Historical Society
Press of Knowlton, McLeary and Co.
1885.


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