Case study on spinning mill

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Case study on spinning mill

Case study on spinning mill

James Winslow, a Mayflower descendent, moved from Massachusetts to Falmouth as this area was then called in the s, after receiving a grant of acres here. By he had outgrown his first small house next to the river, and he constructed the home that now stands at East Bridge Street. The Winslows were the first early Falmouth family to adopt the Quaker faith and Quaker meetings were held in the home.

The home was passed on to James' son, Nathan, then on to Nathan the 2nd. It remained in the Boody family until Dean of Portland then purchased the property and called it Ar-Lu-Do Farm, using the first two letters of his children's names: Archibald, Lucy, and Dorothy.

Alvin was a "gentleman farmer" and raised prize winning Ayershire cattle on the property. Ayershire cattle in front of barn Dean's Pond and farm, as seen from East Bridge Street A granddaughter of the Dean family recently sent us the photographs seen on this page.

The photograph above, shows the farm and the pond which runs along the south side of East Bridge Street. The farm remained in the Dean family until the death of Alvin S. Stiles, until his death in The next owner was the C.

Sam DiBiase family, who lived in the house and used the barn to pre-construct many of the home now seen in the DiBiase housing development, Colonial Acres. Colonial Acres Development now surrounds the farm and stretches to the Presumpscot River.

At the completion of the DiBiase construction in the early s, the Wilson-Boody home was purchased by a local physician and his family. Dianna remembers many visits to her grandfather's home, where her mother Lucy grew up. After years, the house remains and, although added on to and renovated over the years, it still contains many of its original features, such as some of the original 32 inch-wide boards taken from timber once on the property and the pocket-window Indian shutters.


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On a long, tree-lined lane off East Bridge Street, sits the large house known locally as the Winslow-Boody Winslow, a Mayflower descendent, moved from Massachusetts to Falmouth (as this area was then called) in the s, after receiving a grant of acres here.

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