This parcel was located within a strip of land in southern Cornville that would be annexed to Milburn in 1831/33, which later became Skowhegan. The George Lewis tract was on the eastern end of the lot.
i. DORCAS LEWIS, b. perhaps 1774. Marr CHARLES THOMAS ANNIS (ANNES/ANNAS). 14 children recorded in Canaan VR, starting in Nov. 1792.
Sold her share together with brother Sherebiah and sister Keziah.
ii. PATIENCE LEWIS, b. ca 1775; died 9 March 1868, aged 93 yrs. Buried in Malbon Mills Cem., Skowhegan. Married 1st, MICAH PRATT (ca 1775 - 24 Aug 1839); 2nd to ANDREW HERRIN.
Vol. 34, pg 154 (19 Jun 1834) - Micah Pratt and Patience, wife, of Bloomfield, for $15., pd by Betsey Lewis (Isaac's wife) of Milburn, 6 acres in Milburn, being 1/10 part formerly owned by George Lewis, being eastern end of Lot 2, 6th range. Micah had previously purchased the western end of Lot #2, 6th Range, in 1809.
iii. SARAH (SALLY) LEWIS, b. 1781-1789 (a. 69 in 1850, 76 in 1860; grave says AE 74), d. 1 Aug 1863, AE 74 yrs (grave, Malbon Mills Cem, Skowhegan). Marr in 1807 [NEHGR, v.108, pg 91] NATHAN WHITTEMORE (WHITMORE). Son James B. would purchase 9/10 of the former Lewis property. I did not find a deed where his mother's tenths was transferred to him, nor were his parents found in Somerset County Probate.
iv. SHEREBIAH (SHERIBIAH) LEWIS, b. 1781-1790 [based on 1830 census]. An online tree says 1/30/1785.
Vol. 26, pg 361 (2 Nov 1816) - Sherebiah Lewis, Oliver Cone (w/ wife Kezia) of Cornville, and Thomas Annes/Annis (w/ wife Dorcas) of Canaan, sells to Dudley Marsh of Cornville, 3/10s for $30.
v. KEZIA (KEZIAH) LEWIS, b. ca 1781-1790 [based on age bracket in 1830-40 censuses; she was listed as age 60 in 1850 and 67 in 1860]. Married to OLIVER CONE [intents field 25 Jan 1810 in Clinton, ME]
Sold her share together with brother Sherebiah and sister Dorcas.
vi. PRUDENCE LEWIS, b. 10 Feb 1790 (based on age at death), d. 24 Apr 1881, aged 91 yrs, 2 mos, 11 das. Bur. Maple Grove Cem, Bangor. Married JOHN KINNEY BUNKER, 9 Nov 1809 in Cornville.
Vol. 24, pg 462 (26 Mar 1831) - Rufus Bunker of Cornville, yeoman, for $27.pd by Samuel Whittemore, sells a tenth part of the George Lewis tract. The said lot "being same that I had of my mother, which fell to her as her share".
vii. JANE LEWIS, b. 14 July 1792 [grave]; d. 18 Aug 1870 [grave]. Married SAMUEL WEYMOUTH, JR. (1794-1848). They are buried in Abbott, Piscataquis, Maine.
Vol. 25, pg 139 (27 Feb 1817) - Samuel Weymouth Jr and wife Jane of Somersville, Penobscot, (Maine), sells to Samuel Weston of Canaan, trader, 1/10 part for $10.
viii. ISAAC LEWIS, b. ca 10 Oct 1794 [calc from age at death]; d. 27 Oct 1864, aged 70 yrs, 17 das [grave]. He and wife BETSEY buried in Cedarville, Cemetery, Argyle, Penobscot, Maine.
Vol. 25, pg 137 (14 Mar 1817) - Isaac Lewis of Cornville, yeoman, to Dudley Marsh of Corn., yeoman, 1/10 part for $8.
ix. PATTY LEWIS, b. ca 1795-1800 (aged 16-25 in 1820; aged 40-49 in 1840, if she was the older female in census); d. unk. Married in Cornville to DANIEL AUSTIN of Bloomfield in 1815. He remarr. to a Eunice.
Vol. 25, pg 138 (20 Jul 1822) - Daniel Austin of Canaan, yeoman, and wife Patty, for $10., sell to Samuel Weston of Canaan, Esq, all their right in lot of land in Cornville on which the late George Lewis lived, a tenth part of 60 acres.
x. CHARLOTTE LEWIS, b. ca 1796 in Canaan, Maine [1865 Marlborough, MA census; also seen as Cornville]; d. 2 June 1882 in Wakefield, MA [MA vr]. Marr to JEREMIAH BROWN after 30 Mar 1820 (date when cert issued in Cornville).
Vol. 12, pg 100 (17 Nov 1821) - Jeremiah Brown and wife Charlotte of Cornville, for $6., sells 1/10 part to Samuel Weston, Esq
Vol. 24, pg 328 (3 Sep 1818)
Dudley Marsh of Cornville, yeo., for $40. pd by Samuel Weston of Canaan, Esq - 4 undivided tenths I bought of Isaac, Dorcas, Oliver, and Sherebiah.
Vol. 25, pg 140 (30 Jan 1823)
Samuel Weston sells to Joseph Parsons, the seven parts he owned from the Lewis parcel.
Vol. 25, pg 212 (11 Nov 1830)
George Loomis of Cornville, the 7/10 conveyed to him by Parsons, sells to Samuel Whittemore same day.
Vol. 44, pg 245 (27 Mar 1838)
Samuel Whittemore of Skowhegan, for $500, sells to James B. Whittemore, 8 undivided tenth parts of lot formerly owned by George Lewis, same conveyed to me by George Loomis and Rufus Bunker
Vol. 65, pg 101 (10 Apr 1847)
James B. Whittemore, for $550., purchases the former Micah Pratt portion of Lot 2, 6th Range, in Skowhegan (100 acres, western end).
Vol. 79, pg 41 (3 Apr 1855) - the 1/10 part that Betsey and Isaac Lewis purchased in 1834 from sister Patience, is sold to James B. Whittemore.
By 1855, the last tenth piece was purchased by James B. Whittemore. On the 1860 Somerset County Map, his name is attached to three neighboring homes (highlighted), two of which can be seen as unoccupied in the 1860 census. One of these would have been his parent's place, now vacant following the passing of his father in 1855, and his mother moving in with him. James would acquire much more land, having 400 acres when he died in 1887.