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Nov. — , 1825, John S. Whitehouse and Abigail Bickford.
Dec. — , 1825, William Palmer and Penniel Hall.

, 1825, John Flanders and Mary McNeal.

, 1826, Timothy Hanson and Abigail Chesley.

Jan. — , 1826, Levi Cram and Lovey Bunker.

Feb. — , 1826, Ransom Haines and Mary Chesley.

March 5, 1826, Francis P. Channell and Olive H. Chapman.

Aug. 24, 1826, William Hooper and Sarah Dcmeritt.

Oct. 8, 1826, Hiram Cockran and Mary Emerson.

Nov. 23, 1826, James Hanson and Mary Gear.

Dec. 23, 1826, Joel Mirison and Emely Underwood.

Jan. 23, 1827, Nathaniel Church and Patience Hanson.

Jan. 29, 1827, Joseph Putney and Sarah Whitmore.

Dec. 9, 1827, Robert Stacey and Lydia Ann Wiggins.

Dec. 23, 1827, Joseph Gear and Margaret Gear.

April 4, 1827, John Tibbitts and Ann Buzzell.

April 9, 1827, Samuel Langmade and Elizabeth Woodman.

June 14, 1827, Oliver Chiidbourne and Mary Torr.

Sept. 4, 1827, El)enezer Boynton and Mary Ann Pinkham.

Oct. 14, 1827, John Hayes and Mary Bunker.

Nov. 4, 1827, David Robinson and Martha Ham.

March 30, 1828, Ezekiel Cutler and Eliza N. Nudd.

May 4. 1828, Nathaniel Garland and Harriet Pickering.

June 5, 1828, John Cram and Phebe C. Ricker.

June 22, 1828, John Frost and Mary Ann Savory.

July 8, 1828, Benjamin Prescott and Charlotta Jackson.

Aug. 8, 1828, Oliver Tuttle and Sarah Ham.

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386 HISTORY OF DURHAM

Aug. 31, 1828, Samuel Libbey and Malenda Hussey.

Sept. 4, 1828, Richard Stevenson and Sally Wintworth.

Nov. 13, 1828, Oliver Varney and Abigail Ham.

April 12, 1829, Joseph Downing and Elizabeth Holland.

April 23, 1829, Daniel Ham, Jr., and Sarah Bickford.

June 4, 1829, William Weeks, Jr., and Sarah Richardson.

Oct. 8, 1829, James L. Clark and Martha Jackson.

Jan. 27, 1830, Stephen H. Nute and Nancy Allen.

April 18, 1830, Miles Tuttle and Lucinda H. Davis.

Oct. 7, 1830, George York and Mary Haddock.

Nov. 18, 1830, Michael B. Tuttle and Mary Hull.

Nov. 24, 1830, Asa Clay and Polly Lamos.

Dec. 16, 1830, Dan Woodman and Lucy Campbel.

Feb. 24, 1831, Johnson Loveren and Caroline Glover.

April 7, 1831, George Smith and Mary P. McDaniels.

May 12, 1831, John Knight and Hannah Drew.

June 29, 1 831, George W. Caverno and Hannah Ricker.

July 12, 1831, Samuel Sherborn and Elizabeth Swain.

July 26, 1831, Abraham B. Snell and Olive Gear.

Aug. 18, 1831, Alexander Tuttle and Lucinda A. Bennett.

Oct. 18, 1831, Paul Snell and Lydia Tibbetts.

Nov. 27. 1 83 1, Edward V. Perkins and Sophia Watson.

Dec. 25, 1831, Charles H. Parkes and Lucy Ann Scriggins.

Feb. 6, 1832, Nathaniel Snell and Avis Williams.

Feb. 19, 1832, George W. Thompson and Harriet P. Shepperd.

March 5, 1831, Solomon Jenness and Elizabeth Alen.

March 25, 1832, Archalus Martin and Hannah G. Campbell.

April 15, 1832, Minot Langmade and Loisa Willame.

Sept. 30, 1832, Calvin Pickering and Mary Bunker.

Oct. 3, 1832, Hail P. Daney and Permela C. Furnold.

Nov. 15, 1832, Stephen P. Smith and Mary P. Clark.

June 3, 1833, Thompson Jackson and Mary Ann Page.

June 16, 1833, Amos H. Gerry and Lucy Ann Keniston.

March 30, 1833, William H. Trip and Mary Boin.

April — , 1833, Wingate Twombly and Loisa Curtis.

May 2, 1833, Daniel Tuxbury and Sarah Ann Sherburne.

June 23, 1833, Samuel B. Gerrish and Milenda C. Eliot.

Aug. 29, 1833, Horatio Fogg and Mary L. Durgin.

April 26, 1834, Mathew Hodgdon and Susan Snell.

April 4, 1835, Richard Pinkham and Martha Clay.



HISTORY OF DURHAM 387

June 2, 1835, Shurburne Smith and Abigail P. Runlett.

Aug. 5, 1835, Thomas Glover and Alice Barker.

Sept. 20, 1835, Jonathan Young and Sophia M. Ricker.

Oct. 25, 1835, Joseph H. Joy and Jane Straw.

Nov. 25, 1835, Nathaniel Adams and Presella Foss.

Nov. 25, 1835, Tobias Bunker and Sally B. Buzzcll.

May 18, 1836, John Shurborn and Nancy Shackford.

June 18, 1836, Nathaniel Tutlle and Martha Ann Ham.

Nov. 29, 1836, William H. Clark and Mary E. Hoite.

Jan. 22, 1837, Oliver Tuttle and Francis Gray.

Aug. 10, 1837, John B. Furber and Louisa T. Bachelder.

Oct. 19, 1837, Charles Young and Permela P. Snow.

Nov. 12, 1837, Edward Doer and Sophia Hanson.

Dec. 17, 1837, Nathaniel Stevenson and Olive Wintworth.

June 24, 1838, Pike H. Harvey and Mary Ann Chapman.

Nov. 4, 1838, Nicholas Pinkham and Olive Murphey.

Nov. 14, 1838, Joseph Jenkins and Mehitable Bunker.

Nov. 7, 1838, John Williams and Sally G. Doe.

Dec. 2, 1838, Phinehas Wintworth and Abigail Willey.

April 23, 1840, Henry Davis and Ann M. Housmer.

Miscellaneous Marrl\ges

Aug. — , 1807, George Smith and Miss Betsey Garland.

July 12, 1808, Benjamin Trickey and Miss Betsey Appleby.

July 3, 1810, Dr. Jonathan Greeley of Dover and Miss Susanna
Richardson.

May 30, 181 1, James Huntress of Bartlett and Miss Salle Wille.

Sept. 19, 1814, William French and Rebecca Ricker.

Oct. 15, 1828, Joscpii Hartwell of Canton, Mass., and Miss
Betse\' Rile>' of Dox'cr.

June 9, 1829, Daniel Martin, Esq., of Wolfeborough and Sophia
W. Fernald.

Jan. 3, 1830, George Knight and Elizabeth Twombh'.

Jan. II, 1833. Oliver Colman and Mehitable Clark.

April 6, 1834, James Woodes and Miss Meribah Jones.

April 17, 1834, Plato Waldron and Elizabeth Kelly, both of
Dover.

Jul>- 10, 1834, John Cia\ and Miss L\clia Daniels.

Sept. 14, 1834, Jacob Barney of Lowell, Mass., and Miss Eliza-
beth Pickering.



388 HISTORY OF DURHAM

Sept. 6, 1836, Joseph Garland, Jr., of Rye and Miss Elizabeth

Garland of Nottingham.
Dec. 21, 1836, John D. Goodwin and Miss Susan B. Chase"

both of Newmarket.
Aug. 21, 1836, William H. Gage of Lowell, Mass., and Miss Harriet

C. Libbey.
Oct. II, 1836, William French, Jr., and Miss Sarah A. Gate.
Nov. 30, 1836, Isaac M. Nute of Dover and Miss Mary Ann

Jenkins of Madbury.
Dec. 14, 1836, Joshua Blunt and Miss Jane Chesley, both of

Haverhill, Mass.
June 6, 1837, David Frost and Sarah Ann Nutter, both of New-
market.
Oct. 10, 1837, William Perkins of New Durham and Mrs. Deb-
orah Spinney.
Nov. 20, 1837, Micajah Sinclair and Miss Abigail Willard, both

of Stratham.
Nov. 27, 1837, George W. Fu'rber and Miss Sarah Hill, both of

Newmarket.
April 5, 1838, William H. Hayden and Miss Mary Jane Bowles,

both of Newmarket.
Nov. 29, 1838, William Taylor of Northwood and Miss Eliza

Jackson.
Jan. 23, 1839, Reuben Higgins of Portland, Me., and Miss Calista

L. Smith.
July 9, 1839, Richard Furber of Meredith and Miss Ednah Cram

of Newmarket.
Oct. 29, 1839, Jacob Tilton of Epping and Miss Elizabeth B.

Lock of Lee.
Feb. 16, 1840, Benjamin F. Neally and Miss Susan E. Bartlett

of Lee.
Oct. 20, 1839, Enoch S. Davis and Palnia Staples, both of Ports-
mouth.
Jan. 29, 1839, Wear Davis of Lee and Miss Sarah Dockum.
Nov. 19, 1840, William Marshall and Miss Abigail Sawyer of

Newmarket.
April 5, 1840, Ebenezer C. Garland and Miss Maria Edgerly

both of Somersworth.
Sept. 30, 1840, William H. Robinson of Exeter and Miss Mary G.

Colman.



HISTORY OF DURHAM 389

March 7, 1840, William Tego and Miss Nancy Smith.

Nov, 7, 1 841, Leonard Smith and Sally Doe of Newmarket.

Jan. 4, 1842, Ira Wright and Harriet Small.

Jan. 19, 1842, Albert G. Doyle of Dover and Miss Eliza Ingalls.

May 5, 1842, Joseph Kelley of Woburn, Mass., and Miss Mary
Shaw of Exeter.

Aug. 28, 1842, Cyrus G. Hull and Miss Harriet Willey.

Dec. 20, 1843, Chesley D. Hazelton and Miss Lydia B. Channel.

May 8, 1843, Edward Sherman of Lowell and Miss Mary S.
Parsons,

May 28, 1843, Levi Wilson of Rochester and Miss Mary S. Picker-
ing.

July 10, 1845, Joseph Ham and Miss Elizabeth Berry of Barring-
ton.

Jan. 8, 1846, Charles R. Meserve and Miss Sophronia R. Tucker,
both of Dover.

May 18, 1845, Edmund E. Leighton and Miss Hannah D. Chesley,
both of Newmarket.

Sept. 20, 1846, John H. Odiorne and Miss Nancy Meserve of
Madbury.

March 15, 1846, James Follett and Miss Sally Giles of Barring-
ton.

Dec. 17, 1846, Jeremiah B. Hoitt of Manchester and Miss Angelina
Magoon.

Oct. II, 1846, Alfred A, Cox and Miss. Susan C. Stearns, both of
Newmarket.

Oct. 28, 1846, James M. York and Miss Lucy A. Willey, both of
Dover.

Dec. 29, 1847, James Tucker of Boston and Miss Mary E. Savage.

March 14, 1848, Frederick B. Balch of Lancaster and Miss
Thankful H. Vincent.

June II, 1848, Alsom H. Evans and Miss Mary J. Quint.

March 12, 1848, Augustus Richardson of Dover and Miss Lydia
P. Davis of Madbury.

Feb, 6, 1849, Noah Davis, 2d, of Nottingham and Miss Mary
Ann Sulivan of Lee.

May ID, 1848, Edgar E. Philbrick and Miss Hannah F. Oilman,
both of Exeter.

June II, 1848, Charles C. Shaw of Boston and Miss Hannah A.
H. Pickering.



390 HISTORY OF DURHAM

Nov. 8, 1849, Thomas J. French of Nottingham and Miss Susan

C. Bassett.
Aug. 25, 1849, Charles E. Clark and Miss Ariana S. Batchelder,

both of Exeter.
Sept. 4, 1849, Mathew Englin and Miss Ann Bassett, both of

Dover.
Nov. 8, 1849, Joseph Page and Miss Hannah Leighton, both of

Lee.
Jan. 24, 1850, Leonard Balch of Bradford, Mass., and Miss

Hannah J. Parsons.
Sept. 12, 1849, Nahum Heard of North Berwick, Me., and Miss

Jane Spencer of Limerick, Me.
Oct. 22, 1849, Rufus Ham of Somersworth and Miss EHzabeth

B. Pierce of Barrington.
Feb. II, 1850, Joseph A. James of Lee and Miss Mary E. Fernald

of Madbury.
March 31, 1850, Moses Lamos of Lee and Sarah Grey of New-
market.
Nov. 7, 1850, Rufus Philbrick of Rye and Miss Hannah F. Mosher.
April 26, 1850, Mark F. Nason of Dover and Miss Marietta Nute.
May I, 1850, George F. Peckham of Newmarket and Miss

Caroline E. Odell.



BAPTISMS

The baptisms of the Rev. Hugh Adams have been pubhshed
in the New England Historic Genealogical Register, Vol. XXXHI,
and by far the greater part of them are interwoven with the
genealogical portion of this history. The baptisms of the Rev.
John Adams have never been published. Those that have not
been used in tracing the families of this history are here given-
See page 199,

July 16, 1749, Charity, dau. of Joseph Evans.

July 23, 1749, John, son of Thomas Ford of Nottingham.

July 30, 1749, Martha, dau. of Nathaniel Frost.

July 30, 1749, Dorothy, dau. of same.

Aug. 6, 1749, Joseph and William, sons of William and Hannah

Glynes.
Aug. 20, 1749, Sarah, dau. of James Brown.
Aug. 20, 1749, Moses, son of James Hall.
Aug. 23, 1749, Samuel, Daniel and Joseph, sons of John Shaw'

At a place called Two Miles, in Barrington.
Aug. 23, 1749, Cunningham and Abigail, ch. of Federis McCut-

chin. At Two Miles.
Aug. 23, 1749, Margaret, dau. of Nehemiah McDaniel. At Two

Miles.
Sept. 3, 1749, Shadrach and Molly, ch. of Shadrach and Mary

Walton.
Nov. 19, 1749, Priscilla, dau. of Joseph Glidden, Jr.
Feb. 2, 1749/50, John, son of Eulice (sic) and Hannah Felker of

Barrington.
April II, 1750, James, son of Nathan Fulsom of Newmarket.
April 29, 1750, Sarah, dau. of Shadrach Watson (sic)
June 10, 1750, Nicholas, somof Nat Frost of Durham, in y' Hook.
June 24, 1750, Rhoda, dau. of Walter Briant.
July 29, 1750, Moses, son of Pomfret Whitehouse.
Sept. 9, 1750, Mary dau. of James Hall.
Sept. 16 , 1750, Gideon and Dorothy, ch. of Josiah Johnson.
March 13, 1750/1, Jonathan, son of Nathan Fulsom of Newmar-
ket.
March 31, 1750, Mary, dau. of Nathan Fulsom of Newmarket.

391



392 HISTORY OF DURHAM

April 28, 1 75 1, Samuel and Abigail, ch. of Joshua Trickey.

April 28, 1 75 1, Mary, dau. of Thomas Ford.

June 2, 1751, Margaret, dau. of Eulice Felker.

May 10, 1752, Jean, dau. of Shadrach Walton.

June 7, 1752, Daniel, son of Charles Runlet of Newmarket.

July 12, 1752, Nathaniel, son of Nathaniel Frost.

Aug. 15, 1752, Peter, Simeon and Josiah, ch. of Jeremy Folsom,

Jr., at his house.
Sept. 13, 1752, James, son of James Morrison
Sept. II, 1752, Pierson, son of Christopher Hunt.
May 13, 1753, Thomas, son of Thomas Ford of Nottingham.
May 20, 1753, Pomfret, son of Pomfret Whitehouse.
July 5, 1753, Dorcas and Moses Bennet, ch. of Benjamin Burdett.
July 19, 1753, Susanna, dau. of John Shaw of Nottingham.
Oct. 19, 1753, Rachel, dau. of Thomas York.
Nov. 18, 1753, Phebe, dau. of John Johnson, Jr.
Jan. 24, 1754, Jean, dau. of William Kelsey.
Jan. 31, 1754, Hugh, Margaret and George, ch. of William Kelsey.
April 29, 1754, Obediah, son of Ephraim Clough.
May 5, 1754, Martha, dau. of Joshua Trickey.
July 7, 1754, Levi, son of Nathan Fulsom of Newmarket.
Aug. 15, 1754, Mary, Dorothy and Mehitabel, daus. of Samuel

Watson.
Oct. 13, 1754, Anna, wife of David Davis, 3d, and Molly, their

dau.
Nov. 22, 1754, Agnes, dau. of John McDaniels. Of Two Mile.
Nov. 22, 1754, Nehemiah, son of Nehemiah McDaniels. Of Two

Mile.
Nov. 22, 1754, Jean, dau. of Federis McCuthins. Of Two Mile.
Feb. 7, 1755, Abigail, Hannah and Dodavah, ch. of Dodavah

Garland. •

March 11, 1755, Anna, dau. of Walter Bryant.
April II, 1755, George, John, Esther and Bethia, ch. of Josiah

Dam.
Sept. 21, 1755, Johnson of John Johnson.
Nov-. 2, 1755, Anna, dau. of William Glidden.
Dec. 3, 1755, Levi, son of Jeremiah Fulsom, Junr.
Dec. 3, 1755, Sarah, dau. of Samuel Call.
March 28, 1756, Phebe, dau. of John Chapman.
Aug. 22, 1756, Deborah, dau. of Moses Weymouth.



HISTORY OF DURHAM 393

June 30, 1757, Eleanor, dau. of Nehemiah McDaniels. At ye

Two Mile.
June 30, 1757, James ,son of William McDaniels. At ye Two

Mile.
Oct. 23, 1757, Mary, dau. of Josiah Johnson.
July 23, 1758, Joseph, son of Josiah Johnson.
Sept. 3, 1758, Stephen, son of Stephen Call.
Sept. 15, 1758, Anna, dau. of Ephraim Clough.
Sept. 29, 1758, Mary, dau. of Ephraim Clough.
April 8, 1759, Mary, dau. of John Fulsom.
April 8, 1759, Joseph, son of Thomas George.
July 7, 1759, Aaron, Elizabeth and Stephen, ch. of Solomon

Drown.
July 7, 1759, Robert, son of John McDaniels.
July 7, 1759, Mary, dau. of William McDaniels.
March 23, 1760, Elizabeth, dau. of Joshua Trickey.
Aug. 31, 1760, Betty, dau. of Mark Spinney.
Aug. 31, 1760, Andrew, son of Joseph Bussell.
Sept. 20, 1 761, Nathan, son of John Johnson.



DEATHS RECORDED BY THE REV. FEDERAL BURT

Aug. 2, 1817, Mr. Samuel Knight.

Oct. 26, 1817, Miss Susan Downing.

Dec. 18, 1 81 8, Mr. Theodore Willey, aged 81.

April 14, 1 818, Mr. Humphrey Richardson, aged 33.

June 21, 1818, Mr. Robert Willey, aged 58.

Aug. 12, 1818, Sarah Henderson, aged 5.

Aug. 30, 1 818, Nathaniel Kidder Pendergast, aged 14.

, 1818, Mr. Thomas Bickford.

Dec. — 1818, Mrs. Tuttle, the wife of Levi Tuttle.

Feb. 27, 1819, Mr. James Folsom, aged 72.

April 1819, Mr. James Critchett, town pauper.

May 22, 1819, Miss Sarah Denbo, aged 70.

June 29, 1819, Clarrisa Hall, aged 92.

Aug. 10, 1819, Mr. Samuel Jackson, aged 75.

Oct. 10, 1819, Mr. George F, Smith, aged 39.

Oct. II, 1819, Mr. John S. Pinkham.

Oct. 22, 1819, Hamilton Young, son of Daniel Y.

May 4, 1820, Mr. Ichabod Bodge, Jr., aged 24.

Sept. 26, 1820, Widow Elizabeth Dutch, aged 87.

Sept. 29, 1820, Mary Elizabeth, child of John Parks.

Sept. 30, 1820, Miss Abigail Buzzell, aged 18.

Nov. 30, 1820, Miss Lydia Garland, aged 46.

Jan. 3, 1821, the widow Mary Folsome, aged 66.

Aug. 27, 1821, the wife of Mr. Robert Jackson, aged 56.

Sept. 29, 1 82 1, Mr. Samuel Smart, aged 73.

Oct. I, 1821, Miss Hannah Clough, aged 78.

Oct. 23, 1 82 1, Mr. Daniel Taylor, bled to death by a wound,
aged 47.

Jan. 5, 1822, Mr. Bartholomew Stimson, a pauper, aged 52.

Jan. 14, 1822, Mrs. Lydia Hanson, wife of Jos. Hanson, Esq.,
aged 33.

Feb. 20, 1822, Abigail Channel, dau. of Mr. Abraham Chan-
nel.

March 3, 1822, Sally Garland, dau. of Mr. John Garland.

April 15, 1822, Flora, a Black woman, and a pauper.

April 23, 1822, Caroline, dau. of Joseph Hanson, Esq.

395



396 HISTORY OF DURHAM

April 23, 1822, Mr. Samuel Fowler, aged 36. Drowned from a

gondola.
April 23, 1822, Mr. John Jenkins, Jr., aged 23. Drowned from

a gondola.
May I, 1822, Widow Mary Young, aged 82.
May 5, 1822, John the youngest son of William Curtis.
Aug. 29, 1822, Mrs. Rosamond Daniels, a pauper, aged 94.
Sept. 7, 1822, Mr. Aaron Twombly, drowned in the river, aged 33.
Sept. 30, 1822, Mr. Tobias Tuttle, aged 54.
Oct. 23 1822, Widow Sarah Hull, aged 77.
Oct. 27, 1822, Mr. Samuel Nutter, a pauper, aged 82.
Nov. 22, 1822, Mr. John Bean, aged 31.
Nov. 24, 1822, Mr. Nathan Kenniston, aged 40.
Dec. 27, 1822, Mr. James Fowler, aged 23.
Jan. 5, 1822, Mr. Edward Furness, aged 35.
Jan. 7, 1822, Mrs. Elizabeth Jenkins, a pauper, aged 75.
Jan. 13, 1822, Mrs. Abigail Davis, a pauper, aged 75.
Feb. II, 1822, Mr. Jonathan Leathers, a pensioner, aged 65.
April 21, 1823, Mrs. Abigail Roberts, aged 104.
June 2, 1823, Mrs. Molly Willey, widow of Mr. Theodore W.,

aged 84.
June 20, 1823, Miss Maria Mills, aged 21
Aug. 23, 1823, Miss Mary Nutter, aged 45.
Nov. 9, 1823, Miss Betsey Keating, aged 66.
March 15, 1824, Mr. John Libbey, aged 35.
Aug. — 1824, an infant daughter of Mr. Jonathan Clay, aged 3

weeks.
Oct. I, 1824, an infant son of Mr. Simon Pickering, aged 2 years.
Oct. 27, 1824, an infant son of Mr. Joseph Page, aged 5 months.
Jan. 8, 1825, Mr. Daniel Willey, aged 31.
Feb. I, 1825, Mr. Micajah Davis, a pauper, aged 86.
Feb. 9, 1825, Mrs. Rebekah Starbird, wife of John Starbird, aged

66.
Feb. 3, 1825, Mrs. Sarah Savage, aged 78.
Feb. 22, 1825, Mr. Phinehas Willey, aged 27.
March 28, 1825, Mr. Reuben Clark, a ship carpenter, aged 28.
April 16, 1825, Mr. Timothy Davis, aged 29.
May 16, 1825, an infant daughter of Mr. William Curtis, aged

II days.
June I, 1825, Mr. Brackett Furnald, aged 22.



HISTORY OF DURHAM 397

July 18, 1825, Mr. Benaiah Phillips, aged 24.

July 26, 1825, Miss Alice Tuttle, aged 18.

Aug. 3, 1825, Stephen Henry, the infant of Mr. Samuel Hall,

aged 6 months.
Aug. 9, 1825, George Libby, the infant of Mr. John Parks, aged

6 months.
Aug. 18, 1825, Mr. James Cogan, aged 47.
Sept. I, 1825, an infant daughter of Mr. Daniel Cram, aged 3

weeks.
Sept. ID, 1825, an infant daughter of Mr. Samuel Willey, Jr.,

aged I year.
Sept. 21, 1825, an infant son of Mr. Daniel Fowler, aged ii months.
Nov. I, 1825, an infant son of Mr. William Furnald, aged 9

months.
Nov. 15, 1825, Capt. Samuel Starbird, aged 44.
Nov. 16, 1825, Mr. Hiram Glover, drowned from a gondola, aged

20.
Nov. 28, 1825, Abigail Tuttle, the infant of the Widow Tuttle,

aged 3.
Jan. 23, 1826, W^illiam, the son of William Tego, aged 7.
Feb. 19, 1826, Mr. Winthrop Scriggins, aged 67.
March 7, 1826, Miss Sally Cheswell, aged 23.
March 17, 1826, Master John Woodhouse, aged 17.
May 5, 1826, Widow Betsey Patrick, aged 80.
Aug. 2, 1826, Mr. Daniel Cram, aged 34.
Sept. I, 1826, Hannah, a child of Mr. Daniel Fowler, aged 3.
Sept. II, 1826, an infant daughter of Mr. Jacob Watson, aged i.
Oct. 4, 1826, Miss Betsey Stevens, aged 60.
Oct. 12, 1826, Mr. Nathan Foss, aged 43.
Oct. 15, 1826, Mr. Hugh Cox, aged 70.

Dec. 12, 1826, Mrs. Mehitable, wife of Samuel Furber, aged 25.
Dec. 12, 1826, the Widow Grover, aged 84.
Jan. 5, 1827, Mrs. Elizabeth Wiggin, aged 70.



INDEX OF PLACES AND SUBJECTS



Academies:

Berwick, 298, 310, 316.

Colby, 300.

Derry, 301.

Durham, 261-4, 278, 301, 316, 333-

Franklin, 323, 330.

Greenland, 162.

Hampton, 316.

New London, 310.

Phillips, Andover, 310.

Phillips, Exeter, 317.

Pittsfield, 162.

Wakefield, 307.
Acworth, 211.

Administration of Cranfield, 12.
Agriculture, 269.
Alfred, Me.. 80.
Alton, 150.
Amherst, 201.
Amesbury, Mass., 26, 77.
Andover, Mass., 166, 211, 288.
Angel Gabriel, 3.
Anti-Slavery Society, 253.
Arlington, Mass., 332.
Ashland, 143.

Association Test, 118, 125, 140, 287.
Atkinson Hill, 61, 62.
Auburn, Me., 87, 212.

Bangor, Me., 282.

Baptisms, 184, 190, 199, 215,391.

Barnstead, 29, 99, 146, 149, 289, 293.

Barrington, 29, 191, 279.

Belfast, Ireland, 143.

Bemis Heights, 141, 144, 149.

Berwick, Me., 135, 148, 162, 290.

Berwick on the Tweed, 75.

Bloody Point, 80.

Bon Homme Richard, 147,

Boston, Mass., 75, 80, 91, 93, 116. 169,

213. 279.330,332.
Boston & Maine R.R.. 72, 87.
Boundaries, 23, 24, 25, 31.
Bow, 293.

Bradford, Mass., 141.
Bradford, N. H., 207.
Braintree, Mass., 184.
Braveboat Harbor, Kittery, 77.
Brentwood, 283.
Brickyards, 300.
Bristol, 2. 6.

Brookline, Mass., 211,318.
Bunker Hill, 121, 122, 123. 140, 141, 149.



184,



Burial places, 38, 40, so, S3-S, 87. I47, 149,
ISO, IS3, 164, 167, 173. 22s. 239-347,
256, 298.

Burlington, Vt., 279.

Byfield, Mass., 279.

Cambridge, Mass., 123, 141, 143, 282.
Canada, 57, 81, 90, 93, 98, 135. 146, 149, ISI.

282.
Cannelton, Ind., 280.
Canterbury, 29, 293.
Captain's Commission, 109.
Captives, 102.
Catholic World. 302.
Cedar Falls, Iowa, 282.
Census of 1790, 371-7.
Center Harbor, 281.
Charleston, S.C, 298.
Charlestown, Mass., 7S. 79. 82-3, 123, 141,

288.
Charter of Durham, 17.
Chatham, Mass., 99, 184, 212.
Chesterville, Me., 24, 226.
Christian Church, 215, 262, 304.
Christian Journal, 216.
Cincinnati, Society of, 137.
Colleges :

Amherst, 207.

Berea, 264.

Bowdoin, 207, 211, 264, 288, 289.

Cornell University, 211.

Dsirtmouth, 264, 275, 277, 279, 280,
282, 288, 290, 298.

Denver University, 263.

Harvard. 138. 194, 197, 213, 264, 278, 281,
282, 284, 287, 288, 289. 330.

Johns Hopkins University, 330.

New Hampshire, 265, 275, 299, 309, 319.

322,324,325,328,334-

Norwich University, 265.

Smith, 264.

Wellesley, 264.

Wesleyan University, 273.

Williams, 205, 278, 281,

Wooster University, 273.

Yale, 211, 264.
College Fraternities, 270.
Collegiate Roll of Honor, 264.
Colonies from Durham, 29.
Committee of Safety, 129, 143, 199, 294-5.
Commons, 221, 225, 229.
Concord, Mass., 121, 141.
Concord, N. H., 8, 236, 279, 284.



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400



INDEX OF PLACES AND SUBJECTS



Congress, ii6, 117. 122, 128, 13S1 141. 277.

279, 281, 282, 294, 29s.
Congress, Provincial, 22, 122, 128, 141, 142,

278, 29s.
Cornwall, Vt., 211.
Crown Point, 77, 143.

Danielson, Conn., 78.
Dartmoor prison, 151.
Deacons, 213,303, 304,316.
Deaths, 390.
Deerfield, 278.
Depositions of:

JohnAult, 4,34.

Philip Chesley, 2, 46, 82.

Moses Davis, 223.

Thomas Doughty, 78.

Tamsen Drew, 93.

Rebecca Eklgerly, so,

Peter Grant, 79.

Ann Jenkins, 91.

William Leathers, 68.

John Meader, 50, 69.

Joseph Meader, 69.

Benjamin Matthews, 69.

Bartholomew Stevenson, 228.

Margaret Willey, 52.

Thomas Willey, 52.

John Williams, 52.
Derry, 301.
Detroit, Mich., 282.
Distillery, 45. ^

Division of common lands, 17.
Dog-whipper, 253.
Dorchester, Mass., 330.

Dover, s-9. i7, 3i. 35. 60, 147. 162, 166, 170,
179. 195. 249, 2S7. 279. 281, 282, 28s,
287, 291, 293, 294, 302, 307, 313. 327.

334. 359-
Dover Combination, 5-7.
Dover Localities:

Back River, 17, 33. 100.

Bellamy Bank, 219.

Cochecho, s, 80, 82, 86, 87, 183, 219, 227.

Dirty Gutt, 226-7.

Dirty Lane, 31.

Dover Neck, 2, 3, 3i. SS. 64, 82, 169, 170,
360.

Hilton's Point, 2.

Little Johns Creek, 31.

Royall's Cove 14, 60, 359.

Thompson's Point, 2.
Dublin, Ireland, 143.
Dunbar, Scotland, 75, 79.
Dunkirk, N. Y., 311.
Durham Localities:

Ambler's Islands, 47, 50.

Ambler's Point, 48, SO.

Back Road, 230.

Bagdad, 72, 226,238.



Durham Localities:
Bark House, 203.

Beard's Creek, 65, 66, 67, ioi,"225.
Beard's Landing, 226.
Beech Hill, 246.

Bickford's Ferry, 48, 49, 96, 219.
Brick Meeting House, 21s, 263.
Bridge at the Falls, 231-2.
Bridge at Johnson's Creek, 17.
Bridge at Lamprey River, 233, 236.
Bridge at Munsey's, 243.
Broad Cove, 35
Broth Hill, 341.
Bunker's Creek, 64, 227, 239.
Campsie, 83, 229.
Charles Point, 47, 48, so.
Chesley 's Islands, 34.
Chesley 's Mill, 221, 225.
Clift Cove, 35-
Cochecho Path, 66.
Crommett's Creek, 37, 38, 49.
Cutt's Hill, s6.
Davis' Creek, 239.
Dean's Marsh, 230.
Denbow's Brook, 60, 214, 231, 239.
Drew's Point, 52.
Durham Falls, 15, 349, 360.
Durham Point, is, 49, S7, I73. 293. 312.
Field's Marsh, 52-5.
Follett's Swamp, or Marsh, 72, 232, 349.
Footman's Island, 36.
Franklin City, 349, 360.
Freshet, 60, 66, 76, 221, 224.
Giles Creek, 52, 228.
Goat Island, 61, 237.
Goddard's Creek, 7, 3 1. 33, 34. 35-
Great Bay, 31-2, 35, 49.
Great Cove, 33.
Great Creek, 49.
Hay Stack, 39.
Hill's Neck, 60,61.
Horn's Woods, 230.
Horsehide Brook, 231.
Huckins' Brook, 67.
Huckins' Mill, 67.
Jackson's Creek, 229.
Jewell's Point, 35.
Johnson's Creek, 17, 47. 64, 66, 19S, 219,

233.
Jonas' Point, 49.
Jones' Creek, 64.
Landing Places, 32, 43, 45. 54. S8, 59. 60,

67, 70, 221, 225.
Little Bay, 7, 38, 44. 359-
Little River, 19. 233, 234.
Long Creek, 41-5, 48.
Long Marsh, s6, 83, 227-8, 339-
Lubberland, 7. 2S, 33-6. 97. 185, 230, 249,

295,331.
Maple Brook, 229.



INDEX OF PLACES AND SUBJECTS



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