Early cover to Bluehill Maine. Cannot make out point of origin in postmark. Addressed to Charles Clough. Quality condition considering its age. Stamp clear on three sides, just touching at left.
THE DANIEL CLOUGH HOUSE AND PLACE
Daniel Clough was the first child of Asa and Abigail (Tecker) Clough born April 11,1790; married Polly, eldest daughter of Dr. Nathan and Mary (Carleton) Tenney, May 24, i818. She was born April ll, 1797; died Dec 8,1858; he died April 2,1867, aged 77. He was a sea captain in his younger years and commanded among other vessels the three-masted schooner ''Magnolia" built at Bluehill in 1833, the second vessel of that rig known. After sea life he gave attention to the management of his farm. The house he lived in was built by him about the time of his marriage, say about 1820, and is still standing, in good repair, and occupied by his youngest son, Charles Carroll Clough and family, who also own the farm of his grandfather, Asa Clough. The children of Capt. Daniel and Polly (Tenney) Clough were:
, 1. Caroline, born Nov; 30,1818; married Capt. William Walker, half brother of the writer, June 24,1836.
2. Mary Tenney, born Nov. 1, 1820; married George W. Brown Jan. 11, 1840 and died at Ellsworth in 1852.
3. David Daniel, born Feb. 26,1826; removed to Portland where p he was twice married, his two wives dying, leaving no children; he died a few years ago.
4. Augustine Washington, born Oct. 9, 1831; was a captain in the War of the Rebellion; married at Portland in 1865; had two daughters; he and wife died a few years since at Everett, Mass.
Charles Carroll, born July 7,1837; married Emeline S.,daughter of Johnson Wood, May 24, 1859; they had three children born to. them, viz:—Harriet Gertrude, Feb. 28, 1861; Bessie Carroll, Sept. 2, 1872; Daisey Lou, Dec. 22,1878.