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Judgments Executions and Incumbrances whatsoever Fur-
thermore I the s*^* Sanuiel Gear for my self my Heirs ExeC*
and Admin" do covenant and engage the above demised and
sold Premisses to him the s'^ John Woodman his Heirs and
Assigns against the lawful Claims or Demands of any Per-
son or Persons whatsoever forever hereafter to warrant se-
cure and Defend

In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand and
Seal this Eighteenth Day of Feb''^ Anno Domi One thousand
seven hundred Twenty and Eight nine
Signed Sealed & delivered Sanmel Gear & a Seal

in the Presence of us York ss/Feb'^ 19'" 1728/9

John Booker Sam^^ Gear abovenamed per-

Paul Wentworth sonally aj^pearing acknowledg-

Daniel Rice ed this Instrument to be his vol-

untary Act and Deed

Coram Jos Hamond J. Pac*
A true Copy of the Original Ue&^ Feb'^ 27. 1728. Exam-i

by Jos : Moody Re - -

Kittery Jan-^^ 20"^ 1728/9 Measured and laid out for
M"" John Woodman flun' half an Acre of Land

beginning at the North West Side of the Cove

between between Tripe and Gear thence North

West and by West four Pole and Quarter and
North East & by North nineteen Pole then South East and



Book Xll, Fol. 369.

by East to the Widow Tripes Land then along by the s^'
Tripes Land down to the Cove and along by the s^^ Cove to
the first beginning p A^^ithers Berry Survey^

A true Copy of the Original Rec'» Feb"^^' 27. 1728. Exam'i

by Jos : Moody Reg'^



To all People to whom these Presents shall come George

Stover and James Grant both of York in the

- - over & Grant County of York in the Province of the

To Massachusetts Bay in New England Yeoman

on Sayword Greeting &c-whereas Johnson Harmon Geut-

&c Joseph Sayword Millwright Sanmcl Came

Escf Richard Milbcrry Joseph Hoult Jona-
than Bane Caleb Preble Joseph Weare Nathaniel Donnell
Jun' John Hannon Samuel Milbcrry Joseph Banks Samuel
Black Yeoman Benjamin Stone Shipwright Sam' Sewall and
William Grow Cordwainers Abiel Goodwin Bricklayer
Samuel Clarke Housewright and Ebenezer Coburn Taylor
all of s'' York have nmtually agreed to build a Saw Mill and
Grist Mill on a Creek in s'^ York comonly called the Meet-
ing Plouse Creek with a Daiu across the same by an Agree-
ment under the Hands and Seals of the s'^ Parties bearing
Date Jan'"y 26. 1725/6 as by s'l Agreement reference being
thereunto had may appear and whereas the s'' George Stov-
er & .Tames Grant were named with the s'^ Johnson Harmon
and other the Persons forenamcd in the s'* Agreement as
also in two cerbiin Deeds of Gift or Quit Claim from the
s'l ,f()hnson Harmon one and the other from the s'^ .Joseph
Sayword bearing even Dated with the s' Agreement giving
and granting to the s"^ Compan}' for Building s'^ Mills their
Heirs and Assigns Liberty to flow the ,s'^ Creek and build
the Dam adjoyning to the irrespective Lands on each side of
the s'' Creek as by s'* Deeds may more fully a[)pear and where-
as the s'* George Stover and .lames Grant did not see cause to
Sign the s'' Agreement nor to joyn with the s"' Company in
Building s'' Mills and Dam w'" are now com})leatcd and
finished or near it- -Therefore Know ye that we the s''
George Stover and James (jrant have & by these Presents
Do freely clearly and absolutely release remise and Quit
Claim forever unto them the s'' Harmon Sayword Came Mil-
berr\' lloult Bane Preble \\'eare Donnell Harmon Milbcrry
Banks Black Stone Sewall Grow Goodwin Clarke tSc Coburn
their Heirs and the Assigns of such of them as have or shall
dispose of their respective Literest forever all such Right
Title Literest Property Possession Claim and Demand what



Book XII, Fol. 370.

soever as we the s*^ George Stover and James Grant our
Heirs Exec" or Admin" had or ought to have of in or to the
s*^ Mills Dam and the Priviledges and Appurces thereof To
have and To hold the s'^ Mills Dain and Priviledges to them
the s"! Harmon Came Sayword and y*' other sixteen Partners
abovenamed their Heirs and Assigns forever with warranty
for the Quiet and peaceable Possession & Improvement
thereof against our selves our Heirs and Assigns

In Witness whereof we have hereunto set our Hands &
Seals the fifth Day of April in the thirteenth Year of his
Majesties Reign Annoq' Domini 1727
Signed Sealed & Delivered by George Stover (feai)

James Grant in Presence of us James Grant (stli)

Joseph Young Signed Scaled and Deliv*^ by

Joseph Swett George Stover Decern'" 24 1728

- ames Allen in Presence of us

,Ter: Moulton
John Milberry

York sc/Dcceml/ 24. 1728. George Stover personally
appearing acknowledged the within Instrument to be his
Act & Deed Before me Samuel Came Jus : Pac*

York ss/ April 5*'' 1727. The Subscriber to this Instru-
ment James Grant w^'^ in named personally appearing ac-
knowledged the same to be his free Act & Deed

Coram John Gray Jus* Pacis

A true Copy of the Origi Rec" Decem' 24. 1728 Exam'^

by Jos: Moody Reg'



[370] To all People to whom these Presents shall come
Greeting Know ye that I George Stover of York
Sto — in the County of York in New England Yeo-

I'o man for and iji Consideration of the Sum of One

Milber - - Hundred and Ten Pounds to me in Hand before
the Ensealing & Delivery hereof well and truly
paid l^y Richard Milberry of s<* York Yeoman The Receit
whereof I Do hereby acknowledge and my self there with
fully satisfied and contented and thereof & of every Part
and Parcel thereof Do exonerate accjuit and discharge him
the s'' Rich'' Milberry his Heirs Exec" and Admin" forever
by these Presents Have given granted bargained sold alien-
ed conveyed and confirmed and by these Presents Do freely
fully & absolutely give grant bargain sell aliene convey and



Book Xll, Fol. 370.

confirm unto him the s** Richard Milberry his Heirs and As-
signs forever a Parcel of Marsh with two Acres of Upland
at the upper End of the Pond at the Back Side of the Short
Sands in s*^ York it being the same that was granted my
Hon'* Father Sylvester Stover dec'' August 4.1(j58. as by a
Grant on York Town Book may appear and is bounded as
follows viz Beginning at an Old white Oak in the Corner of
Ab"' Boudens Land and runs E. N. E. into the Pond &
then down the Pond by s'' Boudens Marsh to the End of his
Fence that runs into the Pond and so by the Road to Cape
Neddick to the Upland over the Brook and so by s'' Road to
awhitc Pine Stump and from s'^ Stump about North North
West to a large Old Elm Tree marked on four Sides and
then West to a dry Black Ash and then a little more South-
erly to a Root lying in the Fence and from thence over the
Marsh to s"' Milberrys own Land w'^'' he bought of Cap*
Phipps and so bounding on s** Land to the Place began at
containing ab' Ten Acres of Marsh beside the Upland To
have and To hold the s'' granted and bargained Premisses
with all the Appurces Priviledges and Coinodities to the
same belonging or in any wise appertaining to him the s**
Rich'* Milberry his Heirs and Assigns forever To his and
their only proper Use Benefit & Behoof forever And I the
s*^ George Stover for myself my Heirs Exec" and Admin'*
Do covenant promise and grant to and with the s** Richard
Milberry his Heirs and Assigns that before the Ensealing
hereof I am the true sole and lawful Owner of the abo\'e bar-
gained Premisses & am lawfully seized and possessed of the
same in mine own proper Right as a good perfect and abso-
lute Estate of Inheritiince in Fee simple And have in my
self good Right full Power and lawful Authority to grant
bargain sell convey & confirm y^ s'' bargained Premisses in
Manner as afores** And that the s'* Richard Milberry his
Heirs and Assigns shall and may from Time to Time and at
all Times forever hereafter by Force and Vertue of these
Presents lawfully peaceably and quietly have hold use oc-
cupy possess t*c enjoy the s'' demised and bargained Prem-
isses with the Appurces free and clear and freely and clear-
ly acquitted exonerated and discharged of from all and all
Manner of former or other (iifts (jrants Bargains Sales
Leases Mortgages Wills Kiitails J()yntur(\s Dowries Judgm'"
Executions Incumbrances & Extents Furthermore I the
s** George Stover for me my Heirs Exec""* and Admin'* Do
Covenant and engage the afore demised Premisses to him

the s'' Richard Milll)erry his Heirs and Assig - inst

the - - wful Claims of all Persons whatsoever forever here-



Book XII, Fol. 370.

after to warrant secure and Defend In Witness whereof I
the s*^ George Stover and Abigail my Wife in Token of her
free Consent to this Bargain and Sale and relinquishment of
her Right of Dowry and Thirds in the Premisses have hereunto
set our Hands and Seals the Twenty fourth Day of Decemb'
in the Second Year of his Majesties Reign Annoq' Domini
One thousand seven Hundred and Twenty Eight
Signed Sealed and Delivered George Stover H^li)

in Presence of us ... -i ^f^ ^i. / *,x

JerrMoulton Abigail + Stover {ij,)

Alexander Bui man Rec'^ the Day & Year above writ-

Jos : Moody ten of the within named Richard

Milberry y*^ Sum of One hundred &
ten Pounds being the Consideration with-
in expressed p George Stover
York ss/Decemly 24. 1728. Then George Stover & Abi-
gail his Wife personally ap})earing acknowledged the fore-
ffoinof Instrument to be their Act and Deed

Before me Samuel Came »Just : Pacis
A true Copy of the Original Rec'» Feb'^ 10. 1728 Exam-i

by Jos : Moody Reg''



Know all Men by these Presents that I Andrew Grover
of York in the County of York in Ncav England

Yeoman for & in Consideration of the Natural

Love and parental Affection I have & do bear to

my eldest and well beloved Son James Grover &

as a Part of his Portion of my Estate have given
and granted and by these Presents Do freely fully and abso-
lutel}" give and grant unto the s'' James Grover his Heirs
and Assigns forever a certain Parcel of Land containing
about Twenty Acres lying in the Township of York on the
South West Side of the River Bounded as follows viz Be-
ginning at the Southerly Corner of my Brother Matthews
first Division of a large Tract of Land w'^'' I and my s*^
Brother together with ,James Allen, Elihu Parsons and Rob*
Gray purchased of Col" Hutchinson and runs in Breadth by
the Creek along Westerly twenty five Poles and runs North
West the same Breadth to that w'''^ was formerly Pickerins
Line now Ebenezer Blasdells it being my second Division
of s'^ larofc Tract of Land as by the Partition thereof on Re-
cord Lib" 9. Fol" 2(3. of York County Records may ap})ear —
Also a certain Piece of Marsh lying on the South East End
of s^ Lot of Land above described the whole Breadth there-
of bstwixt the same and the Mill Creek at a Place called the



Book XII, Fol. 371.

Beaver Dams with the Thatch Ground adjoyning as the same
is staked out — (the above granted Land to be esteemed at
the Value of one Hundred Pounds and the Marsh at Ten
Pounds of the said .lames his Part Portion or Dividend of
my Estate if I should die Intestate) To have and To hold
the s'' granted Lot of Land and Parcel of Marsh with the
Appurtenances To him the s** James Grover his Heirs and
Assiijus forever as a o^ood Estate of Inheritiince in Fee sim-
})le without any Manner of Condition Reservation or Revo-
cation

In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand &
[371] Seal the first Day of Octob' in the Second Year of
his Maj'* Reign Annoq' Domini 1728

Signed Sealed & Delivered Andrew Grover (fg^i)

in Presence of us York ss/Octob' 12. 1728. An-

Lucy Moody drew Grover personally appeared

Jos : Moody and acknowledged the a!)ove Instru-

ment to be his Act and Deed
Before me Sanuiel Came .Jus : Peace
A true Copy of the Original Rec'i Feb"'' 10^'' 1728. Exam"^

by .los : Moody Reg"^



To all People to whom these Presents shall come Greet-
ing Know ye that \\'e Mary Plaisted of York in
Plaisteds the County f)f York in New England Gentlewoman
To & .Toseph Phiisted of s'' York Yeoman Son to the

Grover s'^ Mary Plaisted for and in Consideration of the
Sum of Twenty six Pounds thirteen Shillings and
four Pence in Mone}' to us in Hand before the Ensealing
hereof well and truly i)aid by .lames Grover of York in the
County of York afores'' Yeoman the Receit whereof We do
hereby acknowledge and- our selves therewith fully satisfied
and contented and thereof and of every Part and Pai-cel
thereof Do exonerate ac(iuit and discharge him the s'' .lames
Grover his Heirs Exec""* and Admin"^* forever by these
Presents Have given granted bargained sold aliened convey-
ed and confirmed and by these Presents Do freely fully and
absolutely give grant l)argain sell aliene convey and confirm
unto him the s'^ .lames (Jrover his Heirs and Assigns forever
a certain Piece of Salt Marsh in the Townsiiip of York on
the South ^^'est Side of York River contuining about two
Acres by Estimation be the same more or less Bounded as fol-
lows vi/ South Westerly by the Land of Andrew Grover w*"'
he bought of Col'^ Hutcljinson North Westerly and North
Eastwardly by Land of Matthew Grover and extends down



Book XII, Fol. 371.

to the Point where several Persons have been buried and
South Easterly by the Old Mill Creek so called Together
with the Thatch Banks thereto adjoyning or however other-
wise the same may be bounded or reputed to be bounded

To have and To hold the s*^ granted and bargained Prem-
isses with all the Appurces Priviledges and Coinodities to
the same belonging or in any wise appertaining to him the s''
James Grover his Heirs and Assigns forever To his and
their only proper Use Benefit and Behoof forever And We
the s'* Mary Plaisted and Joseph Plaisted for our selves our
Heirs Exec""* and Admin'* do Covenant promise and grant
to and with the s*^ James Grover his Heirs and Assigns that
before the Ensealing hereof We or one of us is the true &
lawful Owner of the above bargained Premisses and are
lawfully seized & possess'^ of the same in our or one of our
own proper Right as a good perfect and absolute Estate of
Inheritance in Fee simple And have in our selves or one of us
good Right full Power and lawful Authority to grant bargain
sell convey and confirm s^^ bargained Premisses in Manner as
afores*^ And that the s'' James Grover his Heirs and Assigns
shall and may from Time to Time and at all Times forever
hereafter by Force and Vertue of these Presents lawfully
peaceabl}' and quietly have hold use occupy possess and en-
joy the s"^ demised and bargained Premisses with the Appur-
ces free and clear and freely and clearly acquitted exonerat-
ed and discharged of from all & all Manner of former and
other Gifts Grants Bargains Sales Leases Mortgages Wills
Entails Joyntures Dowries Judgments Executions Incum-
brances and Extents — Furthermore We the s'^ Mary Plaist-
ed and Joseph Plaisted for us our Heirs Exec'^ and Adm'*
Do covenant and enofagfe the above demised Premisses to
him the s'' James Grover his Heirs and Assigns against the
lawful Claims or Demands of any I^erson or Persons whatso-
ever forever hereafter to warrant secure and Defend by
these Presents In Witness whereof the s'^ Mary Plaisted and
Joseph Plaisted have hereunto set their Hands and Seals
the fii'st Day of Octob"^ in the Second Year of the Reign of
our Sovereign Lord George the Second Annoq'^ Domini 1728.



Book XII, Fol. 371.

Signed Sealed & Delivered ^.^ ^^It^i • ^ a /* =, \

9 ,, -o r Mary X Plaisted (f„^)

in the Ir'resence of us -^ , vseai/

mark

Abel Molten Joseph Plaisted (& ^,)

Joseph Bracey

Received on the Day of the Date of the

foreffoinof Deed of the within named

James Grover the Sum of Twenty six

Pounds thirteen Shillings and four Pence

being the Consideration w*^*" in expressed

}) Joseph Plaisted
York ss/Octob'^ 12. 1728. M^« Mary Plaisted & Joseph
Plaisted i)sonally ap{)eared and acknowledged the abovewrit-
ten Instrument to be their free Act & Deed

Before me Sam" Came J. Peace
A true Copy of the Original Reci Feb^^ lO*'' 1728 Exanr^

by Jos : Moody Reg"^

At a legal Town Meeting holden in York March 17.
1713/14. Granted to Jabez Blackledge thirty
No 13. Acres of Land where he can find it clear of all
Grant to former Grants & he settle in this Town
Blackledge Johnson Harmon Moderat'

Abraham Preble Town Clerk
A true Copy from York Town Records Examined

by Jos Moody Town Clerk

At a legal Town Meeting holden in York March 8. 1714/
15 Granted unto Jabez Blackledge Ten Acres of
Dtto No 17. Meadow Land if he can find it clear of all for-
mer Grants & settle in this Town

Abr'" Preble Town Clerk
A true Copy from York Town Records Exam'^

by Jos Moody Town Clerk

To all People to whom these Presents shall come Greet-
ing Know ye that I Jabez Blackledge of York in
Blacklegde the County of York in the Province of the Mas-
To sachusetts Bay in New England Husbandman for

Sewall and in Consideration of twelve Pounds currant
Money of New England to me in Hand before
the P]nsealing hereof to my full Satisfaction well and truly
paid by Sam" Sewall of s'' York Cordwainer have given
granted bargained sold aliened conveyed and confirmed and
by these Presents Do freely fully and absolutely give grant
bargain sell aliene convey and confirm unto the said Sanmel
Sewall his Heirs and Assigns forever the two grants of Land



Book XII, Fol. 372.

and Meadow above written viz One of thirty Acres of Land
the other of ten Acres of Meadow both of w*^'' having been
already laid out as it hapjx'iied on another Mans Propriety
they renniin still to be laid out — To have and To hold thes*^
Two Grants of Land and Meadow with the Privileges Appur-
ces and CoiBodities to the same belonging in as ample Manner
as I the s'' Jabez Black ledge might have done To him the s*'
Samuel Sewall his Heirs and Assigns forever To his & their
only proper Use Benefit & Behoof for ever And I the s'' Ja-
bez Blackledge for me my Heirs Exec" and Admin'^^ do Cov-
enant promise & grant to and with the s'' Sam" Sewall his
Heirs and Assigns that I am the sole and lawful Owner of
the s'' Grants at the Time of y® [372] Ensealing and until
the Delivery of these Presents & that I my Heirs ExeC'* and
Admin"^^ will warrant and Defend the same to him the s**
Samuel Sewall his Heirs and Assigns against the lawful
Claims of all Persons whatsoever forever hereafter

In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand and
Seal the twenty fourth Day of March in the thirteenth Year
of King Georges Reign Anncxf Domini 1727
Signed Sealed & Delivered Jabcz Blackledge (s*al)

in Presence of us York sc/Jan"^ 17. 1728/9 Jabez

Joseph Emerson Blackledge })ersonally appeared be-

William Duning fore me and acknowledged this Instru-
ment to be his Act and Deed

Before me Sam^' Came Jus : Peace
A true Copy of the Original ReC^ Feb'^y 12. 1728 I^xam-
ined by Jos : Moody Reg""



Know all Men by these Presents that I Harchilus Huit of
Wells in the County of York in the Province

HiTit & W of the Massachusetts Bay in New England La-

To borer with Mary my Wife for and in Consid-

Littlef eration of three Pounds Money to me in Hand

paid by Francis Littlefield of Wells in the
County afores'^ Yeoman the Receit wherciof to full satisfac-
tion I Do hereby acknowledge have given granted bargained
sold conveyed and confu'med and by these Presents Do free-
ly fully and absolutely give grant bargain sell aliene convey
and confirm unto him the s'^ Francis Littlefield his Heirs and
Assigns forever as follows viz a certain Tract of Meadow
or Meadow Ground that was given and granted to me by the
Proprietors of the Town of Wells Ijcaring Date July the
twelfth Day 1720. containing by Estimation five Acres
which is Part of the s"^* Grant of Meadow that granted to me



Book XII, Fol. 372.

by the Proprietors of Wells w*^'^ is to be laid out or laid out
in the Township of Wells with all the Privil edges & Appur-
ces and Comodities thereto belonging or any wise appertain-
ing to him the s'^ Francis Littlefield his Heirs and Assigns
forever as a good perfect and absolute Estate of Inheritance
in Fee simple free of all Manner of Incumbrance of what
Name or Nature soever and I the s"^ Ilarchilus Huit with
Mary my Wife for us our Heirs Exec"' Admin'^^ Do cove-
nant and engage to warrant secure and Defend the s"' grant-
ed and bargained Premisses to him the s^' Francis Littlefield
his Heirs and Assigns against any Person laying any Claim
thereunto &c In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my
Hand and Seal the IP'^ Day of Feb'" in the Second Year of
his Maj'''* Reign King George the Second Anno Domini —

u- i c 1 1 p T^ r 1 Ilarchilus X Huit (<;*^)

Signed Sealed & Delivered vseaW

In Presence of us her

Stephen Davis Mary+Huit Hj,)

Josiah+Winn .Tun- York ss/Wells Fely" 11. 1728/9

^^'^^ Harchilus Huit ap[)eared before me

the Subscriber one of his Maj*^* Jus-
tices of the Peace for s^^ County and ac-
knowledged the above written Instrument
to be his free Act and Deed

Before me Josej)h Hill
A true Copy of the Original ReC^ Feb^> U. 1728 Exam'i

by Jos : Moody Reg'^



Know all Men by these Presents that I James M^ Cart-

ney of London Derry in New Ham])shire in

Mc Cartney New England Farmer for & in Consideration of

To three Pounds Money to me in Hand paid by

Littlefield Francis Littlefield (^f Wells in the County of
York Yeoman the Receit whereof to full satis-
faction I Do hereby acknowledge Have given granted sold
conveyed and confirmed and by these Presents Do freely
fully and absolutely give grant bargain sell aliene convey
and confirm unto him the s'' Frances I^ittlefield his Heirs
:ind Assigns foriiver as follows viz a certain Grant of Land
and Meadow (iround that was given and granted unto nu>
l)y th(; Pro])rictors of the Town of Wells July the 12 Day
1720. Contiiining by Estimation fifty Acres of Land and ten
Acres of Meadow or Meadow (Jround not yet laid out w"""'
will more fully ai)j)ear on Wells })ro[)rietors Book To have



Book XII, Fol. 372.

and To hold the afores*^ fifty Acres of Land & Ten Acres of
Meadow or Meadow Oround with all the Priviledges and
Appurces and Comodities theretobelonging or in any wise
appertaining to him the s'' Francis Littlefield his Heirs and
Assigns forever as a good perfect and absolute Estate of In-
heritance in Fee simple free of all Manner of Incumbrance
of what Name or Nature soever And I the s'' James M'^Cart-
ney for me my Heirs Exec"^^ Admin"^^ Do Covenant and en-
gage to warrant secure and Defend the grant & bargained
Premisses to him the s*^ Francis Littlefield his Heirs & As-
signs against the lawful Claims of my Heirs Exec''^ & Ad-
min"^^ or any other Person claiming by from or under me or
them forever hereafter In Witness whereof I have hereunto
set my Hand & Seal the fourteenth Day of Decemb'' in the
Second Year of the Reign of King George the Second Anno
Domini 1728 " James M^'^ Cartney (^s"^^^^)

Signed Sealed and Delivered York ss/Wells Decern'

in Presence of us 1(). 1728. James M*' Cart-

Peter Littlefield ney personally appeared before

mark j^^p ^}^g Subscribcr one of his

Thomas X Runals j,^.„. j^^^y^^^^ ^^^ j,^^. p^,^^^ j^_. ^„

i^Q written Instrument or Deed of Sale
to be his voluntary Act &, Deed

John Wheelwright
A true Copy of the Original Rec'i Feb-^y 10"' 1728 Exam'^

by Jos : Moody Reg""



Know all Men by these Presents that I George Simonton
of the Town of Wells in the County of York

ton in the Province of the iVIassachusetts Bay in

New England Weaver for and in Considera-



field tion of twelve Pounds Ten Shillings Money

to me in Hand paid by Francis Littlefield of
the s'' Town of Wells in the County and Province afores'^
Yeoman the Receit whereof to full Satisfaction I Do hereby
acknowledge have given granted bargained sold conveyed
and confirmed and by these Presents Do freely fully and
absolutely give grant bargain sell aliene convey and confirm
unto him the s^^ Francis Littlefield his Heirs and Assigns
forever as follows viz a certain Lot of Land lying and being
in the Township of Wells adjoyning to the Land of Mat-
thew Patton entred in the Proprietors Book of Wells page
23. fifty Acres of Land not yet laid out and ten Acres of
Meadow or Meadow Ground where it can be found out of



Book XIT, Fol. 373.

any Man Propriety granted to nie by Proprietors of the
Town of Wells July the twelfth Day 1720. To have and To
hold the s'^ fifty Acres of Land and the s'^^ Ten Acres of
Meadow Ground not laid out with all the Priviledges Ap-



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