Ancient Records and Area Maps

Ancient Records & Area Maps at Maine Boundary Consultants.

Maine Boundary Consultants also has Ancient Records and Area Maps dating back into the 1800’s and early 1900s. The Area Maps are older surveys of large groups of parcels normally owned by large land owners who were owners of Lumber Mills. Below is a brief list of these records:

  • Hawes Plans: The Hawes Plans are a dozen or so Boundary Survey Maps or Plans by George O. Hawes, Engineer, in the early 1900s, primarily in Waterboro, for George H. Smith’s properties.
  • B. C. Jordan Plans: The B. C. Jordan Plans are a collection of numerous Boundary Survey Maps and Plans for B.C. Jordan, who was a lumberman/landowner with lands throughout central York County. These records include a wall-map dated 1907, of many parcels of land showing lands of B.C. Jordan, Jordan, and Chadbourne & Perkins, by Frank C. Lander, Engineer. Maine Boundary Consultants also has access to individual Boundary Surveys Maps and Plans of land once owned by B.C. Jordan, between the 1880s and 1920s.
  • Massabesic Experimental Forest: The Massabesic Experimental Forest are Boundary Survey Maps in Alfred and Waterboro for the United States Forest Services Massabesic Experimental Forest, property.
  • Saco River Hydro Projects: The Saco River Hydro Projects are various Plans for the Dams along the Saco River, throughout Buxton, Hollis, Dayton and Standish. Also the Little Ossipee River, and what is now Lake Arrowhead Estates, in Limerick and Waterboro, now owned by FPL Energy, Inc., formerly CMP Company and Cumberland County Power & Light plans. Many of these Plans are the original Reservoir Plans dating back to the early 1900s.
  • S. D. Warren Plans: The S. D. Warren plans consist of a large area of land in Parsonsfield, known as Leavitt's Plantation, surveyed by Clark E. Varney in the 1920’s.
  • Portland and Rochester Railroad Plans: The Portland and Rochester Railroad Plans are the Right of Way Maps or Valuation Sheets for the former Portland and Rochester Railroad formerly the Boston & Maine Railroad which ran from Lebanon, NH to Westbrook, ME.