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​​Maine Survey Consultants owns and archives the maps, plans and lot information from 11 different surveyors who have lived and worked across western Maine. Below are the details for the surveyor records on file.

If you are searching for a particular surveyor’s work we have a fairly extensive data base that we can search for you. Generally we will need the name of who the survey was likely performed for and the town where the survey was made.

Current Town of Waterford and Harrison tax maps are also available upon request.

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Maine Survey Consultants Surveyor Archive

Earl Hotchkiss, Jr., PLS #138

(1959-2000)

Earl Hotchkiss, PLS #138 lived in Bridgton, Maine and surveyed extensively in the western Maine area from 1959 to the late 1990's. The majority of his work is centered in the towns of Bridgton, Harrison, and Naples, but there are several projects in many of the surrounding towns in Cumberland and Oxford County.


Maine Survey Consultants, Inc. has an extensive collection of his field notes and survey maps.
Earl Hotchkiss Maps
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Waldo N. Seavey

(1920-1964)

Waldo Seavey was a highly respected land surveyor during the first half of the twentieth century. He also served as a state senator and was appointed commissioner of the Civilian Conservation Corps, State Liquor Commissioner and State Forest Commissioner throughout his carrier. Waldo was an excellent athlete and was the Maine State trapshooting champion for nineteen years. His survey work dates from 1920 to 1960. The majority of his work was in the towns of Lovell and Norway, Maine and in the town of Conway, NH. However, his projects can be found throughout the western Maine area. It is estimated that Waldo Seavey had surveyed nearly 1000 tracts of land in western Maine and North Conway, N.H. during his surveying carrier.


Maine Survey Consultants, Inc. has an extensive collection of his field notes and survey maps.

Freeman B. Andrews

(1870-1920)

Freeman. B. Andrews was an attorney as well as a surveyor who lived in Oxford and surveyed extensively in that area from about 1870 to 1910. In addition to Oxford he performed surveys in the surrounding towns including Otisfield, Minot, and Poland.


The archived records consist of several field books that contain his notes pertaining to the surveys that he made.

Charles M. Andrews

(1910-1940)

Charles M. Andrews was the son of Freeman Andrews and Lived in Oxford as well. He surveyed extensively in that area for about 30 years between 1910 and 1940 as well as in other towns of southern Oxford County and northern Cumberland County.


The archived records consist of several field books that contain his notes pertaining to the surveys that he made.

Joseph H. Stuart

(1910-1930)

I believe Joseph H. Stuart lived in the Norway area. He conducted many surveys in that region and northern Cumberland county between the years of 1910 and 1930. 


The archived records consist of several field books that contain his notes pertaining to the surveys that he made and an atlas of several maps.

Charles E. Davis, C.E.

(1949-1967)

Charles E. Davis grew up in Maine and graduated from the University of Maine in 1907. He worked as a Civil Engineer in the Boston area until he retired in 1949 and moved back to Bridgton, Maine. He performed quite a few surveys in the western Maine region between 1949 and 1967.


Maine Survey Consultants, Inc. has an extensive collection of his field notes and survey maps.
C.E. Davis Maps
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Norman H. Gray, RLS #1

(19__ -1991)
Norman Gray graduated from the University of Maine in 1934 and worked as a forester and trapper in western Maine. He lived in Fryeburg and was a member of the committee that helped to create the Board of Registration for surveyors in Maine. Norman held the distinction of being the first registered surveyor in the state of Maine.


The archived records consist of several fieldbooks that contain his notes pertaining to the surveys that he made and a few survey maps.
Norman Gray Maps
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John F. Gray, RLS #839

(1970-1978)
John Gray worked in the western Maine area for several years. His office was located in Bolsters Mills Village. Most of his body of work can be found in the towns of Harrison, Bridgton, Naples, Norway, Paris, Otisfield, and Lovell.


Maine Survey Consultants, Inc. has an extensive collection of his survey maps.
John Gray Maps
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Toppan R. Kimball

(1952-1967)

Toppan R. Kimball graduated from the University of Maine and worked as a forester and surveyor. He lived in Bridgton, Maine.  


Maine Survey Consultants, Inc. has an extensive collection of his survey maps.
Toppan Kimball Maps
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Whitman & Howard, Inc.

(1972-1980)

Whitman & Howard was a Boston based civil engineering company with a branch office in Westbrook, Maine. The archived records include property surveys made in and around the Westbrook area mostly in Southern Cumberland and York Counties.


Maine Survey Consultants, Inc. has an extensive collection of their field notes and survey maps.

Hardes & McAllister

(1987-1991)

Charles Hardes PLS #1307 and Jeffrey McAllister PLS #1263 ran a surveying company located in Standish, Maine for several years. Their surveys can be found in many of the towns in Cumberland, Southern Oxford, and York Counties.


Maine Survey Consultants, Inc. has an extensive collection of their field notes and survey maps.

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