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44 HISTORY OP CHESTER.

Richard Clifford and Zachary Clifford. The}^ were
tax-payers in Kingston in 1727, and Richard in Exeter the
same year. Zachariah Clifford's home lot was No, 53. The
north end was sold to Lemuel Emerson by Samuel Clifford
of Chester, tanner, in 1734. Peter Clifford had children
recorded in Chester from 1739 to 1750. Several Cliffords,
probably descendants, were early settlers in the northeast
part of Candia.

Rev. Theophilus Cotton was minister of Hampton Falls,
son of the Rev. John Cotton of Plymouth, grandson of the
Rev. John Cotton of Boston, nephew of the Rev. Seaborn
Cotton of Hampton ; born 1682, graduated at Harvard in
1701, ordained 1712, and died August 12, 172G.

John Cram was selectman of Hampton Falls in 1722,
tax-payer in 1727 ; a descendant of old John Cram of
Exeter, afterwards of Hampton. Three descendants each
had a son John of a suitable age to be a grantee of Chester.

Ebenezer Dearborn and Jonathan Dearborn. (See
" Early Settlers.")

Thomas Dean. His name appears in a deed as of Exeter.

Abraham Drake and Nathaniel Drake were sons of
Robert Drake, an early settler of Hampton. Abraham was
ancestor of the eminent antiquarian, S. G. Drake of Boston.

Benoni Fogg, James Fogg. Benoni was a tax-payer in
Hampton Falls in 1727, and James Fogg in Hampton in
1732. They were descendants of Samuel Fogg of Hamp-
ton, 1650, who died in 1672, leaving sons, Samuel, Daniel
and James.

Jacob Garland was on the tax-list in Hampton Falls in
1727, and at Hampton in 1732 ; was taxed for a saw and
grist-mill. He was a descendant of John Garland who
went to Hampton previous to 1653.

William Godfrey was a tax-payer in Hampton in 1732 ;
a descendant of Dea. "William Godfrey who was of Hamp-
ton in 1651 and died there 1671.

William Healey was of Hampton Falls, and moved to
Chester. (See " Early Settlers.")

Nathl. Healey, brother of William, and great grand-



PEOPRIETARY HISTORY. 45

father of the Hon. S. D. Bell's wife, though not a grantee,
\ras one of tlie societj, and early became a proprietor and
■was one of the lot-layers of the North Division. He was
of Hampton Falls, where his descendants still reside.

Thomas Leavitt was a tax-payer in Hampton Falls in
1727 a descendant of Thomas Leavitt who signed the
Exeter combination in 1639, and removed to Hampton
before 1614. He left several sons, among whom was
Thomas, but the grantee was probably a grandson.

Samuel Marston, Thomas Marston, were tax-payers in
Hampton in 1732. Thomas and "William Marston were
early settlers in Hampton, having had lands assigned them
before June, 1610. Both were selectmen several years.
Thomas was representative in 1677.

Samuel Page was probably of Hampton, where the name
is on the tax-list of 1732.

James Perkins. His name not found, though Perkins is
a common name in Hampton, Hampton Falls and Exeter.
Abraham Perkins was an early settler in Hampton, having
land assigned to him before 1710, and was one of the
selectmen in 1650, and five other years.

James Prescott, John Prescott, John Prescott, Jr.,
Saml. Prescott. James, John and Samuel were tax-payers
in Hampton Falls in 1727, and James was selectman of
Hampton in 1718. They were descendants of James Pres-
cott of Hampton, spoken of as early as 1669. James mar-
ried Mary, daughter of Joseph Sanborn, 1717. James and
John were sons of the first James, John, Jr., son of John,
and Samuel, son of the second James.

Ichabod Robie was of Hampton Falls. (See "Early
Settlers.")

Robert Rowe and Robert Rowe, Jr., were tax-payers in
Hampton Falls in 1727. Thomas Rowe was of Hampton
in 1678, and Richard Rowe, who had a son Thomas, was of
Dover in 1650.

Benjamin Sanborn, Enoch Sanborn, Edward Sanborn,
Jerry Sanborn, John Sanborn, Jonathan Sanborn, Joseph
Sanborn, Nathaniel Sanborn, Reuben Sanborn. The Rev.



46 HISTORY OF CHESTI^.

Stephen Batclielder had a son-in-law Sanborn, supposed to
be John, who died in England leaving two sons, John and
William, born about 1620 and 1622, who came over with
Mr. Batchelder, and moved with liim to Hampton and
there settled. They had large families and are the ances-
tors of all the Sanborns in the country, so far as is known.
The oldest, called Lt. John, had eleven children, and died
Oct. 20, 1692 ; and the second called Esq. William, had
six children, — died Sept. 18, 1692.

Of the Chester grantees, Enoch, son of John, Jr., and
grandson of Lt. John, was taxed in Hampton Falls in 1727.

Edward, son of Joseph and grandson of Lt. John, mar-
ried Dorothy Roby.

Jeremiah, son of Xathaniel and grandson of Lt. John,
born 1701.

Nathaniel was probably father of Jeremiah and son of
Lt. John ; married Rebecca Prescott in 1691, who died at
Hampton Falls, Nov. 9, 1723 ; was a tax-payer in Hampton
in 1732. •

John, son of Richard, grandson of Lt. John, tax-payer
in Hampton in 1732.

Reuben, son of Joseph and grandson of Lt. John, mar-
ried Sarah, daughter of Benjamin Sanborn, 1714. He was
a tax-payer in Hampton Falls in 1727.

Benjamin, son of Lt. John, tax-payer in Hampton Falls
in 1727.

Jonathan, son of Jonathan and grandson of Lt. John,
married Theodate Sanborn. He was a tax-payer in Hamp-
ton in 1732. He is mentioned in a deed as being of Kings-
ton, and a tax-payer there in 1727.

The wives of several other grantees were Sanborns.

Abigail, sister to Reuben and Edward, married Ebenezer
Dearborn, who settled in Chester.

Sarah, daughter of Benjamin, married Reuben Sanborn.

Abigail, daughter of Nathaniel, married Luther Morgan.

Mary, daughter of Benjamin, married William Healey,
settled in Chester.

Abial, daughter of Benjamin, married Enoch Colby of
Chester.



PROPRIETARY HISTORY. 47

Theodate, daughter of Benjamin, married Jona. Sanborn.

Mary, daughter of Joseph, sister of Reuben, married
Saml. Prescott.

Hannah, daughter of Josiah, married Jacob Garland.

Besides these, three others were petitioners, who were not
grantees, Abraham, Richard and Samuel, sons of Joseph,
Nathaniel, and Jonathan.

Dea. Samuel Shaw was of Hampton Falls ; taxed there
in 1727 ; a descendant of Roger Shaw, an early settler of
Hampton. He was selectman of Hampton Falls in 1712,
'17 and '19.

John Silly was of Hampton Falls ; a tax-payer in 1727 ;
son of Thomas Silly, who came to Hampton about 16 9-, and
married Ann, daughter of John Stanyan and ^lary Brad-
bury. They had two sons, John, born June 7, 1699, and
Joseph, of Nottingham, born Oct. 4, 1691, father of Gen.
Joseph Cilley.

John Silly is named in the will of John Stanyan, son of
Anthony, of Exeter, as his grandson.

Benjamin Smith, Elisha Smith, Samuel Smith, Thomas
Smith. Elisha Smith is on the list of tax-payers of 1732.
Lt. Thomas Smith is said to have come from Hampton to
Chester, though born in Ireland. (See " Early Settlers.")

Among several families of Smiths in Hampton, the
names of the other grantees are not found. Benjamin,
Samuel and Thomas Smith were cut off from Haverhill by
the settlement of the province line in 1741. Thomas and
Benjamin were paid settlement money in Chester, and were
probabably Haverhill Peak men.

Jacob Stanyan was of Hampton. Anthony Stanyan of
Exeter had a son John, who married Mary, daughter of
Thomas Bradbury of Salisbury, who in his will, 1718,
names his son " Jacob, born 26, 4th m., 1667," who was
uncle to John Silly above. He is, however, mentioned in a
deed as of Kingston.

Stephen Sweat, probably of Hampton, son of Benjamin
Sweat and Theodate Hussey, born Aug. 3, 1689. This
Benjamin was son of Capt. Benjamin Sweat, who married



48 HISTORY OP CHESTER.

Hester Weare, sister of Councillor Weare, and removed
with him to Hampton Falls in 1662. Capt. Sweat was
killed by the Indians at Scarborough, Me., June 29, 1677.

Capt. Joseph Tilton, David Tilton, Jethro Tilton,
Shbrburn Tilton. They were all of Hampton Falls, de-
scendants of William Tilton, of Lynn, whose widow mar-
ried Roger Shaw, and moved to Hampton. Capt. Tilton
was first town clerk of Hampton Falls, and in 1721 was
moderator, town clerk and selectman. Sherburn was his
son, born in 1699, and David was probably his brother.
Jcthro's marriage and children are recorded in Hampton
Falls.

Benjamin Towle, Caleb Towle, Philip Towle, were of
Hampton. Benjamin and Caleb were in the tax-list of
1732. They were descendants of Philip Towle, and early
settlers of Hampton, in 1670, or earlier. (See " Early Set-
tlers.")

CoL. Peter TVeare was of Hampton Falls, son of Coun-
cillor Nathl.; himself Councillor in 1698, and Judge of the
Superior Court from 1726 to 1780. He was one of the
grantees of the old saw-mill privilege in 1721. He sold
his right to Sampson Underbill in 1730. No descendants
of his name remain.

Capt. Joshua Wingate was of Hampton, taxed in 1732,
among other things, for his trade. He was selectman in
1709 and 1722. He was son of John AVingate, of Dover,
1660, and had a brother John of that town. He was the
father of Hon. Paine Wingate, of Stratham.

Thomas Dean was probably of Exeter. His name is on
the tax-list for 1727, but is mentioned as of Dover in a
deed.

Jacob Gilman, Major John Oilman, Edward Oilman.
Jacob Gilman was a tax-payer in Kingston, and one of the
selectmen in 1727. Major John Gilman and Edward were
tax-payers in Exeter 1727. Major John Gilman was son
of Hon, John Gilman, born Jan. 10, 1676. Edward was
a grandson of Edward, a brotlier of John, who was lost
at sea on a voyage to England for mill-gear, in 1653, In



PROPRIETARY HISTORY. 49

a division of land in Exeter, in 1725, thirty, ont of two
hundred forty-nine persons, were Gihiians. Maj. John had
250 acres, Edward 140, Edward, Jr., 50, but no Jacob.

Ebenezer Lovereign was of Hampton in 1730, and of
North Hampton in 1742, and deeded land in Chester.

Samuel Welch, whose share was transferred to the Rev.
Theophilus Cotton, was a tax-payer in Kingston in 1727.

The following were admitted proprietors at the desire of
the Governor : —

William White was a descendant of a William White
first of Ipswich, then of Newbury, and one of the first
settlers of Haverhill. William the grantee was a clothier ;
married Sarah Phillips, and had a son Samuel. Both were
large land-holders in Chester. Samuel had a daughter
Sarah, who married David Howe, and Rebecca married
James Duncan, two leading merchants of Haverhill.
The Chester lands descended to I^Irs. Duncan, and were
called the " Duncan lots." The last was sold to Hon.
Richard H. Ayer and Hon. Richard Bradley, about 1832.

Jonathan Emerson was of Haverhill, and was cut off by
the province line ; he was the father of Samuel Emerson,
Esq., of Chester. (See " Early Settlers.")

Dea. Edward Emerson was of Newbury, so named in
deeds.

John Packer was of Haverhill, so mentioned in deeds,
and was a " cordwainer " in 1726. He was left in Haver-
hill on running the line.

Jonathan Kimball. There was a Jonathan Kimball
who lived in that part of Haverhill which fell to New
Hampshire, but I think the grantee lived in Bradford.
Benjamin Kimball, of Bradford, sold half his father's
(Jonathan) right to Samuel Ingalls.

Stephen Webster, Nathan Webster. (See " Early Set-
tlers.")

Thomas Silver was of Haverhill in 1709. John and
Tliomas, and others, had leave to build seats in the gallery
in 1708.

Samuel Ingalls. (See " Early Settlers.")



50 HISTORY OF CHESTER.

James Fales, of Dedham, sold land in Chester in 1728.

John Littlehale was probably of Dracut. His son John,
of Dracut, sold his additional lot to McFerson in 1733.

Ephbaim Guile or Gile, was of Haverhill, named re-
peatedly in Haverhill records. He helped cut out the first
way to " Cheshire."

Jonathan Clough was mentioned in connection with
dividing lands in Haverhill in 17*20.

Thomas Whiting was probably of Haverhill. David and
John were left in Haverliill in 1741. James was probably
a son ; was in Chelmsford in 1719, in Haverhill in 1724,
and in Chester in 1726. He settled on the home lot of
Thomas, Xo. G2, next west of where William Tenny now
lives.

John Jaquish was of Bradford, and sold land in Chester
in 1731 ; also sold land to Richard Jaques, of Haverhill,
in 1728.

IliCHARD Jaquish was probably of Newbury. Sebastian
Ralle was killed in 1724 by Lieut. Jaques of Newbury, at
Norridgewock.

William Daniels was of Salisbury and sold his home
lot to Nathan Webster in 1728.

Stephen Johnson was of Haverhill, where were seven
Johnsons who fell to New Hampshire in the settlement of
the line in 1741, among them Stephen and Stephen, Jr.

Rev. Thomas Simmes was minister of Bradford, son of a
former minister. Rev. Zacariah Simmes of that place. He
had a son Thomas who sold his father's right to Richard
Haselton in 1728.

Richard Haselton was of Bradford. (See " Early Set-
tlers.")

Nathan Webster of Bradford, Stephen Webster. (See
" Early Settlers.")

The following grantees were Massachusetts men but not
admitted by request of the Governor : —

Ebenezer Eastman was of Haverhill. He and his wife
Sarah, " taverner,"^ sold his home lot to Ebenezer Dearborn
in 1729. He was active in the first settlement of Penna-



PROPRIETARY HISTORY. 51

cook and it is said the he was first settler there, that his was
the first ox-team that went from Haverhill, and that he set
out for Pennacook with a barrel of molasses. (See " His-
tory of Roads.")

Robert Ford was of that part of Haverhill which fell to
New Hampshire in 1741.

Capt. Richard Kent was of Newbury, and sold his right
to John Tyler of Boxford, in 1727. ("See Early Settlers.")

George Brownal is described in a deed to John Smith as
of " Boston, Schoolmaster," in 1735.

John Calfe was of Newbury. (See "Early Settlers.")

Portsmouth Grantees, including the Governor and Coun-
cil, and their friends.

Akerman and Cutts, were of Portsmouth. Benjamin
Akerman and Richard Cutts were on the tax-list for 1732.

William Crosswait was of Portsmouth, and was taxed
there in 1732.

Ephraim Dennett, Esq., of Portsmouth, taxed in 1732 ;
son of John Dennet, who was freeman in 1672 ; appointed
June, 1731, Justice of the Court of Common Pleas, con-
tinued till 1711 ; appointed Councillor by mandamus in
1732, and held the office one year.

Benjamin Gambling, Esq., of Portsmouth, taxed there
in 1739 ; son of Robert Gambling of Roxbury ; born October
20,1681 ; graduated at Harvard in 1702 ; preferred to spell
his name Gambling. He was much in public office : Clerk
of the Court, Register and Judge of Probate, Sheriff,
Judge of the Superior Court and Councillor.

CoL. Mark Hunkins of Portsmouth, taxed there, 1732 ;
was a Councillor from 1710 to 1731, and Judge of the
Superior Court from 1712 to 1729. His daughter, Sarah,
was the wife of Lieut.-Gov. John Wentworth, mother of
Benning Wentworth and grandmother of Gov. John Went-
worth.

Clement Hughes was a merchant of Portsmouth ; taxed
in 1732 ; Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas in 1717,
and of the Superior Court in 1717 and 1718. He was
clerk of the society for settling the " Chesnut Country,"



52 HISTORY OF CHESTER.

and of the proprietors from 1719 to 1727. He wrote a
beautiful hand.

George Jaffrey, Esq., of Portsmouth ; taxed there
1732 ; son of Hon. George Jaffrey of New Castle ; born in
1G83 ; graduated at Harvard in 1700 ; Councillor from
1716 to his death in 1749 ; Treasurer in 1726 ; Judge of
the Superior Court from 1717 to 1726 ; Chief Justice from
1726 to 1730.

Archibald McPhedris, Esq., Portsmouth ; taxed there
in 1732 ; was a native of Scotland and an opulent mer-
chant. He married Sarah AVentworth, one of sixteen
children of Gov. John Wentworth. After liis death she
married George Jaffrev. He was Councillor from 1722 to
his death, about 1729.

Clement I^Iesserve was of Portsmouth, 1)ut was not
taxed in 1732. A Clement Messerve, perhaps the father of
the grantee, was taxed in 1673 ; took the oath of allegiance
in 1685 ; had a seat in the meeting-house in 1693.

Thomas Packer was of Portsmouth ; born in London ;
bred a surgeon ; was at Salem ; removed to Portsmouth ;
was eminent as a physician and surgeon ; Licut.-Col. in
the militia ; Judge of the Court of Common Pleas from
1686 to 1698, 1692 to 1695, and 1698 and 1699 ; Council-
lor from 1719 to his death in 1728.

George Pierce, Capt. Joshua Pierce and Thomas Pierce
were all probably of Portsmouth. George and Thomas
are on the tax-list of 1732 ; Joshua is not.

Samuel Penhallow, Esq., of Portsmouth ; born in Corn-
wall, England ; came to Portsmouth ; married Mary Cutt,
daughter of President Cutt, who inherited a large estate ;
was a successful merchant ; was elected a Representative
in 1699 and 1702 ; Speaker in 1702 ; Recorder from 1702
to 1705, 1719 to 1722 ; Councillor from 1702 to 1726 ;
Judge of the Superior Court from 1714 to 1716 ; Chief
Justice from 1717 to his death in 1726, at the age of 61.
He wrote a history of the Indian wars.

Nathaniel Rogers was of Portsmouth ; son of Rev.
Nathaniel Rogers; born 1700; graduated at Harvard in



PROPRIETARY HISTORY. 53

1717 ; pliysiciau, Representative and Speaker ; died Novem-
ber 29, 1715. First wife was Olive Plaisted ; second, widow
Rymes, daughter of Henry Sherburne.

Eleazer Russel of Portsmouth ; married Margaret Wal-
dron. He was taxed in 1732 ; was Postmaster and Sheriff
in 1733, '1, '5, '8 and '41. His son, of the same name, born
in 1720, was naval officer and acting collector at Ports-
mouth several years.

William Rymes was perhaps of Portsmouth, but of Do-
ver according to some deeds.

John Shackford and Samuel Shackford were of Ports-
mouth. (" See Early Settlers.")

Capt. Henry Sherburne, Joseph Sherburne and Samuel
Sherburne were of Portsmouth ; descendants of Henry
Sherburne, who came to Portsmouth about 1G32, married
Rebecca, only daughter of Ambrose Gibbins, and whose
will was set aside in favor of his younger children. He
was Commissioner for small causes seven years ; Clerk of
Writs in 1649 ; Selectman eleven years ; in 1659 and 1660
Deputy to the General Court. He died in 1680. Capt.
Henry Sherburne is on the tax-list in 1732. Samuel and
Samuel, Jr., Capt. Joseph and Capt. Joseph, Jr., and five
others, were also on the tax-list of Portsmouth in 1732.

Susannah Small. Joseph Small died. His wife,
Susannah, was a daughter of Thomas Packer and took her
husband's right. She kept a tavern in Portsmouth, and
several of the early meetings of the society and committee
were held at her house.

Henry Sloper was of Portsmouth. Richard Sloper of
Dover married Mary, daughter of Capt. Henry Sherburne,
1658, and had a son Henry.

Samuel Thompson was probably of Newington. " Mr.
Samuel Thompson " is on the tax-list of Newington in 1727.

CoL. Shadrach Walton was of New Castle, son of Geo.
Walton, of Exeter in 1639. He was at the taking of Port
Royal in 1711 ; was of the Council in 1716, and presided in
that body in 1731 and 1736 ; Judge of the Common Pleas
1695 to 1697, and from 1716 to 1737, and Chief Justice



54 HISTORY OF CHESTER.

from 1729 to 1737; died October, 1741, aged eighty-
three.

Benning Wentworth, Ebenezer Wentworth, Thomas
"Wentworth, were of Portsmouth ; descendants of Elder
William Wentworth of Dover. Lieut.-Gov. John Went-
worth had fourteen children : 1st, Benning, the Governor ;
2d, John, Judge of Probate of Portsmouth ; 3d, Hunking ;
4th, William ; 5th, Samuel, father of Mrs. Gov. John ; Gth,
Mark Hunking, father of Gov. John ; 7th, Daniel ; 8th,
Ebenezer ; 9th, George ; 10th, Hannah, married Samuel
Plaisted and Theodore Atkinson; 11th, Sarah, married Mc-
Phedris ; 12tli, Mary ; I'Uh, P^lizabeth ; 14th, Rebecca, mar-
ried Thomas Packer. Benning and Ebenezer were taxed
in Portsmouth in 1732. Benning was Councillor from 1732
to 1741, when he became Governor and remained in office
till May, 1767. How Thomas is related does not appear.

Col. Thomas Westbrook is on the Portsmouth tax-list
in 1732. In 1721 he commenced an expedition against
Norridgewock, but Ralle escaped. He was of the Council
from 1706 to 1732, and died 1736.

Michael Whidden was of Portsmouth, and taxed there
in 1732, with Michael, Jr., and John, He was a builder.

Richard Wibird was of Portsmouth, came there about
1700, from England ; was successful and became wealthy.
In 1727 he paid the largest tax in Portsmouth. He was
Councillor in 1716 to 1732. He had three sons, Richard,
Jr., a councillor, Thomas and John, and a daughter who
married Hunking Wentworth. He was sheriff in 1732,
'34, '35 and '36.

Henry Works. Nothing found in regard to him.

Joseph Young was on the Exeter tax-list for 1727, and
in a deed of 1738, as being of Kingston.



TABLE

COKTAIXIXG THE NAJIES OF THE OKIGIXAL GRAXTEES OF CHESTER, IX ALPHA-
BETICAL Ordek, with the Number of their Lots.



NAMES.



H. L.



ADD. O. H. 2p2D.



3dD.



4th D. 5th D.



6th D.



Philemon Blake

James Boyd

Abraham Brown

George Brownell

Nathaniel Bachelder. Sen. .

Jonathan Brown

Moses Blake

Samuel Blake

Josiah Batchelder

Nathaniel Batchelder, Jun

Joseph Batchelder

Jacob Basford

John Calfe

Amos Cass

Richard Clifford

Zachariah Clifford

Jonathan Clough

Rev. Theophilus Cotton. . .

John Cram

William Crosswait

Cutts & Akerman

William Daniels

Thomas Dean

Jonathan Dearborn

Ebenezer Dearborn

Ephraim Dennet

Abraham Drake

Nathaniel Drake

Ebenezer Eastman

Edward Emerson

Jonathan Emerson



117


97


59


18


151


46


21


51


1


104


38


121


114


113


119


38


37


105


50


115


130


73


42


110


123


24


100


87


110


100


53


20


77


6


46


94


141


41


32


72


10


31


71


130


19


48


80


47


17


26


143


95


132


77


138


76


122


36


129


75


73


127



124

85

129

46

122

47

77

139

137

23

69

107

43

10

20

15

128

50

113

116

108

75

106

136

64

86

53

78

62

24

81



93
80
69
37

104
39
97
26
41

113
71
73
12
44
75
95
56
68

100

22

7

110
40
66
35
86
16
99
33

126
42



101

40
19
11
9
16
77
56
87
83
57

118

109
34
85
94
49

119
99
67

113
75
82
22
39
95

105
25
71
46
63



123
25
73
72
82
68
63
96
133
104
48
24
67
32
93
116
119
127
56
90
17
21
83
52
84
87
85
59
69
12
110



19
94
33

117
14
37

133
99
89

100
79
16
70
58

118
76
41

121
67
57

129
26
17

109

114
55
29
10

115
87

123



74
12
28
11
17

104
64
90
87

120
96
26
39
31
48
10
68
42
93
25

116
36
67
83
73
95
44
59
72
70
41



56



HISTORY OF CHESTER.



TABLE — continued.



UAMES.

James Failes

*Rev. Ebenezer Flagg

James Fogg

Benoni Fogg

Robert Ford

Benjamin Gambling, Esq..

Jacob Garland

Jacob Gilman

Major John Gilman

Edward Gilman

William Godfrey

Epliraim Guile

Kichard Haseltine

William Healey

Rev. Moses Hale

Clement Hughes

Col. Mark Hunking

Samuel Ingalls

George Jaffrey, Esq

John Jaquish

Richard Jaquish

Stephen Johnson

Capt. Richard Kent

Jonathan Kimball

Thomas Leavitt

John Littlehale

Ebenezer Loverell

Samuel Marston

Capt. Archibald MoPhedris

Clement Messervy

Luther Morgan

Col. Thomas Packer

Samuel Page

John Packer



H. L. ADD. o. H. 2p2d. 3dD. 4th D. 5th D. 6th D



76


4


131


36


13


109


20


-


-


-


20)
21 J


-


-


-


2-1


52


4


61


50


120


25


36


86


8


102


27


86


101


149


33


44


77


129


98


82


22


40


9


1


41


95


60


23


35


83


34


62


76


127


106


125


3


87


116


23


47


201


59


28


17


5


97


97


44


42


35


43


124


18


80


18


45


30


49


130


99


23


61


132


33


106


37


15


110


75


15


19


55


102


92


45


7


74


110


112


61


36


125


M


96


80


130


12


31


73


28


55


29


108


110


4


71


20


55


102


59


53


100


83


70


10


74


6


72


10


130


147


131


40


121


35


39


15


78


17


36


90


68


9


128


72


7


135


116


43


34


11


69


11


100


82


44


CI


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