Job Prince, Turner, 1839

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Born in Buckfield, Job Prince (1795-1875) was educated in the public schools and at Hebron Academy.

Prince was a farmer in Turner, who had served in the Maine Militia, and held most offices in the town of Turner at one time.

He also was a surveyor and Claim Agent for Revolutionary pensioners, County Commissioner, Judge of Probate, Tax Assessor and President of the Oxford County Agricultural Society.

Elected to the Maine House in 1834, he served as president of the Maine Senate in 1839.

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  • Title: Job Prince, Turner, 1839
  • Creation Date: circa 1870
  • Subject Date: circa 1839
  • Town: Turner
  • County: Androscoggin
  • State: ME
  • Media: Carte de visite
  • Dimensions: 7.6 cm x 5 cm
  • Local Code: S16-145
  • Object Type: Image

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