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Maine, Kennebec County, Middle District, District Court records, 1839-1852

Manuscript/Manuscript on Digital Images
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Digitized by FamilySearch International, 2011
16 digital folders

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To view digital images of these Maine, State Archive Collections, click here. Not available on microfilm.

Digital images of originals housed at the Maine State Archives, Augusta, Maine.

"The Court of Common Pleas was abolished by the Legislature in 1839 which established a District Court."--Maine State Archives website.

"In 1839, the State was divided into three Districts with two Judges assigned to the Western District and one each to the Eastern and Middle Districts. The District Court was abolished by the Legislature in 1852 which transferred its jurisdiction to the Supreme Judicial Court. A new District Court System was established in 1961."--Maine State Archives website.

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