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Schoodick, Maine

(September 16, 1797 to September 5, 1810)

Schoodick was formerly known as Brewer's, and was renamed Robbinston.

 

 

St. Andrews, New Brunswick, March 22, 1798 dateline, enters the mails with faint red manuscript Schoodick townmark, illegible date, rated 20 cents due for a distance of 250 to 350 miles to Portsmouth, New Hampshire. 

 

Schoodick, District of Maine (Massachusetts), February 14, 1804, Schoodick in arc without year date townmark, rated 75 cents due as three time the 25¢ rate for distances over 500 miles to New York, New York.  No contents, but internal docketing of January 5, 1804, and Britannia with crown watermark indicate that the letter likely originated in the Maritime Provinces.

Schoodick, District of Maine (Massachusetts), March 19, 1807, Schoodick in dotted circle townmark, rated due 10¢ for distance of 40 to 90 miles to Chandlersville, Maine.

 

St. Andrews, New Brunswick, dateline, carried out of the mails across the St. Croix River to Schoodick [later known as Robbinston] enters the mails at Schoodick, District of Maine, June 23, circa 1805-1810, rated 12½' due for distance of 90 to 150 miles to Castine, District of Maine.