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Isaac Larrabee (1729 - 1828)

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Isaac Larrabee
Born in scarborough or greenland rockingham nhmap
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Husband of — married in scarborough mainemap
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Died in bucks harbor mainemap
Larrabee-30 created 28 Jan 2011 | Last modified
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Isaac left Scarborough in May 1763 with his wife and three children, and others, embarked on a small vessel commanded by Capt. Buck for Machias, where they landed in a small creek or cove on 20 May 1763. He was the first English settler to come to Machias. Here he built a large double log-house within 8 or 10 rods of the falls . He was one of the "16 Associates", as they were called, that formed an association for the purpose of building mills and engaging in lumbering operations in Machias. In 1763 they built the first sawmill in Machias. He relocated to Bucks Harbor in cMay 1772. He was in Capt. Sevey's Co., Sgt MA. He served twice with colonists during Rev. War.

Isaac & Deborah were cousins .




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