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servants of AVilliam Brenton, shall have their great AUottments at
Muddy Ryver, and also our brother Robert Hull and Thomas
Wheeiar."

Also it is agreed that not above one dwelling house shalbe built
upon an}^ one lott without the consent of the Townes overseers.

The 2Gth of tlie same 10th moneth.

Att a meeting this day, of Thomas Olyvar, Thomas Leveritt,
William Hutchinson, Robert Keayne, John Newgate, William
Coulborne, John Coggeshall, AVilliam Brenton, John Sauford and
AVilliam Balstone. it is agreed Thomas Mount shall have leave to
fence in a peece of the marsh before his house, for the makeing of
brick in, at the pleasure of the overseers of the towne, and at
theirc appointment to lay it open againe.

The Oth of 11 th moneth, called January, 1G;>6.

Att a meeting this day of Thomas Olyvar, Thomas Leveritt,
AVilliau) Hutcliiuson, Robert Keayne, John Newgate, AVilliam
Coulborne, John Coggeshall, AVilliam Brenton, John Sanford and
AVilliam Balstone, it is agreed, that the Captaine Underbill shall
have a great Allottment of 80 acrs of Ui)land, and 20 acrs of
marsh ground in the most convenient place, after the laying out
of the former graunted Allotments att Muddy Ryvar.

Also, that our brother, John OUyvar, shall have his greate
Allotment of forty acrs att Pulleii Poynt.

And, AVhereas, at a generall meeting the 1th of the 11th month,
1635, it was ordered that M^ AVilliam Coddington, M^ William
Coulborne. AVilliam Aspinanll, Edmund Qninsey, and John San-
ford, should lay out M'". AVilliam Hutchinson, a suflicient farme at
Mount AA'ooUystoue, at their discretions ; now the said five persons
have, .at this d;iy under (heir hands, thus given in the laying out



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thereof, viz., the}' have assigned unto him six hundred acrs of
ground, lying betwixt Dorchester bounds and Mount WooUistone
rvver, from tiie bade side of M''. Coddington's and ISV. Wilson's
farmes, up into the Country, and if tliere be not sudicient meddow
ground within his lott to have such competent meddow assigned to
him as we shall thinke littinge.

[12.] The 9th of the 11th month, 1G3G.

It was further agreed, that oiu- brother, Isaac Grosse, shall
have a great Allotment at Mudd^- River.

And our brother, Hugh Gunnyson, at Mount Woollystone for 3
heads.

Also, it was graunted to our brother, M^ William Brenton, that
in leiwe of his allottinent at Hogg Hand, he shall have twenty acrs
more added unto his allottment at Pullen Poynte neeke.

And that our brother, M'. Edward Gibbon, shall have an Allott-
ment of fourescore acrs at PuUen Poynt, if it be there to be had.

And that our brother. John Olyvar, shall have an allottment
of fiftie acrs there, and that ra3ther in regard of his father's resign-
ing his right at Hog Island to the Towne.

The 23 of the same 11 moneth.

Att an assembly this day, of Thomas Olyvar, Thomas Leveritt,
Willyarn Hutchinson, Robert Keayne, John Newgate, Willyam
Coll)Ourne, John Goggcshall, John Sami)ford and Willyarn Brenton,

it was agreed, that Bushnall, widdow, George Hardwood

and John Lowe, the wheelwright, shall have house lotts and gardens
upon the usuall Condition of inoffensive Carrj'age.

The 7th of the 12th month, called February, 1G3G.

Att a meeting this da^-, of Thomas Leveritt, William Hutchinson,
Robert Keayne, John Newgate, John Coggeshall, John Sanford,
Willyam Brenton and Willyam Balstone, it was agreed, that our
brother, Thomas Alcock, shall have his great lott layd out at
Muddy River.

The 20th of the 12th moneth, called February, 1G3G.

Att a meeting this day, of Thomas Olyvar, Thomas Leveritt,
Willyam Hutchinson, Robert Keayne, John Newgate, Willyam
Coulborne, John Coggeshall, John Sanford, Willyam Brenton and
Willyam Balstone, it is agreed that our Brother, M". John Wheele-
wright, shall have an Allottment of twoe hundred and fiftie acrs
layd out for him att Mount AVoollystone, where may be most Con-
venient, without preiudice to setting up of a towne there ; to be layd
out by M^ Coddington and our brother Wright.

Also that our brother, Willyam VVardall, Willyam Coale and
Sampson Shelton, shall have, each of them, two acrs a peece layd
them out at the Mount onely for their present planting, and to bee
left by them att the discretion of the AUotters thereof allowing them
such of their costs about them as then may be fitting.

Also that Nicholys Needham shall have the like Allowed unto
him there.



16 City Document No. 46.

Also that our brother, Thomas Savage, shall have seaveii aors
of the marsh ground att Muddy Ryver layd him out, for the keep-
ing of his Cattle (being in number five) by our brother, William
Coulborne and others.

Also that Thomas Joj^es shall have leave to buj'e a peece of
ground of our brother Robert Turner, and to have it upon the
usuall Condition of inoffensive Carryage.

The 6th of the 1st moneth, called March, 1G37.

Att a meeting this day, of Thomas Olyvar, Thomas Leveritt,
"Will3'am Hutchinson, John Newgate, Willyam Conlborue, John
Goggeshall, William Brenton and William Balstone, it is agreed
that Thomas Scottoe, the sonne of our sister Thomasine Scottoe,
shall have leave to build an house on his mother's ground, rancking
it in order with the Consent of the Townes Overseers.

Also that our Brother Willyam Balstone, shall have the remayn-
ing swampe on the backside of i^l^ Coddington's swampe unto the
Widdow Furtons corner payle, leaving out twoe rodde and a halle
for eyther of the high ways that are against it, the one being the
way to the mylne, and the other to the Cove next unto M''. Cod-
dingtons.

The 20th of the same moneth, 1G37.

Att a Generall Meeting upon Piiblique notice.

Att this meeting INI''. Thomas Olyvar, Thomas Leveritt, M'.
Willyam Hutchinson, M^ Willyam Coulborne, M"". John Goggeshall,
W. Robert Harding, M''. John Sanford, M"'. Willyam Brenton, W.
William Balstone, James Penne and Jacob Ellyot, are, with
Generall Consent, Chosen for these next six monethes to oversee
and sett order for the townes occasions as formerly hath beene.

Also Thomas Grubbe and Jonathan Negoose are Chosen Sur-
veyors for the high wayes towards Roxbury, and Thomas IMarshall
and John Button for the high wayes to the Milne for this next
yeare.

[13.] The 21st of the 1st moneth, called March, 1G37.

Att a meeting this day of Thomas Olyvar, Thomas Leveritt,
Willyam Hutchinson, William Coulborne, John Goggeshall, Robert
Harding, John Sanlbrd, AYillyam Balston, and James Penne, it
was agreed that our brother James Pennyman shall have leave for
this yeare to mowe that part of the marsh on the necke neare unto
his garding which he hath wontedlj' mowen.

The 3d of the 2d moneth, called April, 1G37.

Att a meeting this day of Thomas Olyvar, Thomas Leveritt,
Willyam Hutchinson, AVillyam Coull)orne, John Coggeshall, John
Sanford, James Penne and Jacob Ell3-ott, It was agreed that our
brother Alexander Winchester shall have a garding plott next unto
our bretherenn William Dyneley and William Wilsons theire garden
plotts upon like condition with them of building houses therein
when they shall come to lye in a streete way.

Whereas at a former meeting it was agreed that M^ Willyam



Boston Town Records, 1637. 17

Codflington and our bothher Richard Wright should lay out our
brothci- IVr. John AVhcelewright his Allotment of 250 acrs at
Mount "\Vooll3-stone, now Ihey have brought in the laying out there-
of thus, vizt., 40 acrs thereof in the suuke marsh l.ying south and
by cast of the lands of the said Willjam Coddington, 5 acrs for
his house lott and 205 acrs at the end of it running with one side
of the lirst lott and the lyne of 20 acrs of the planting ground
allotted to be extended into the countrie till his full proportion of
2U5 acrs between those two lynes be runned out.

Also it is agi-eed that Stephen Kinsley, labourer, shall have a
house plott next unto our brother Alexander AVinchester his garden
plott.

The 17th of ths 2d moneth, 1637.

Att a meeting this day of Thomas Leverett, William Hutchin-
son, Willyam Coulborne, John Coggeshall, John Sanford, Willyam
Brenton, James Penne and Jakob Ellyot, it is agreed that all the
feild fences and gates shalbe made up and forthwith looked unto
by Sergeant Ilutcliinson and Richard Gridley for the fort feild, by-
John Button, James Everill and Isaack Grosse for the mylne
feild and new feild, and by Wilh'am Coulborne and Jacob Ell3'ott
for the feild next Roxburie.

Also, that Richard Sherman's wife shall have a house plott next
unto Stephen Kinsley's house plott, or M"". Danyell Maud's garding
plott there.

Also, that M^ Danyell Mawde, schoolemaster, shall have a gar-
den plott next unto Stephen Kinsley's house-plott upon like
Condition of building thereon if neede bee. .

The 29th of the same moneth.

Att a meeting this day of Thomas Ol3'var, Thomas Leveritt,
Willyam Hutchinson, William Coulborne, John Coggeshall, John
Sanford, Willyam Brenton, Will3-am Balstone, James Penn, and
Jacob Ellyot, it was granted that our brother Edmund Hutchinson
shall have a garding plott layd out at the south end of M"". Robert
Keayne's great garding.

Also, it is ordered that the feild fences at Mudd3^ Ryver shalbe
made sufficient before the 7th day., of the next third moneth by
equall proportion of acrs upon the planters thereupon, in default
of xij cL for every acre then undone.

The 13th of 3d moneth, called May, 1G37.

Att a meeting this da3' of Thomas Olyvar, Tliomas Leveritt,
Willvam Hutchinson, Will3'am Coulborne, John Coggeshall, Robert
Harding, John Sanford, AVillyam Brenton, Willyam Balstone and
James Penne, it is ordered that the fould keeper shall have for
ever3' trespassinge beast or horse that he fetchoth to ye fould iii d.
and for every trespassing Calfe, goat or hogg fetched unto the
fould ii d. ; and for every one brought unto the fould by an3' other, i d.

Item : It is agreed that whosoever else shall bring any trespass-
ing Cattell to the fould they shall have for every great beast and
horse so brought, iii d. and for ever3' calf, goate and swine so



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brought, i d., and that there shalbe paid for every fould breach, vs.
or rescuing of any.

Item : It is agreed that Richard Fairebancke shalbe the fold
keeper for the residue of this our half yeare time.

[14.] The 18th day of the 3d moneth, May, 1637.

Att a generall meeting upon publique notice, M"'. Henry Vane,
M"". AVillyam Coddington, and M'. Atherton Haulgh, are chosen
for the service of this Generall Corte as Deputyes or Comittees.

The 19th of the same moneth.

Att a generall meeting upon pryvate and particular Warning from
house to house and by Reason of the Courts refusall of the former
Choyse, M'. Henry Vane, Esq., M'. Willyam Coddington and M^
Atherdon Haulgh are now againe Cliosen deput3'es or Comittees for
the service of the present Generall Courte, and that upon AVarrant
to Us from the Courte for a new choyse.

The 2d of the 4th moneth, June, 1637.

Att a meeting tlais day of Thomas Leveritt, "William Hutchinson,
William Coulborne, John Coggeshall, John Sanford, William
Brenton,WiIliam Balstone and James Peune, It is agreed that James
Pennyman shall have the Ililsteade and the marsh ground under it
as it shalbe measured and bounded out at Charles Ryver, He allow-
ing out of his Allottment at Mount wooll3'stoue seaven acrs for
five.

Also, M'. Thomas Flint hath allotted unto him 24 acrs of the
marsh ground at the mouth of Muddy River, and there to be layd
out for him.

Also, it is agi'eed that Richard Fairebancke shall have leave for
this summer tyme to mow the marsh that is against his acr of plant-
ing ground in the Newfeild, as he hath formerly mowne it.

The 12th of the 4th moneth, June, 1637.

Att a meeting this day of Thomas Olyvar, Thomas Leveritt,
Willyam Hutcliinson, W^illyam Coulborne, John Coggeshall, Robte
Harding, Willyam Brenton, Willyam Balstone, James Penne and
Jacol) Ell^'ott, George Woodward, sopeboylar, was found a delin-
quent for an unlawfull entry upon some of the Towne's ground and
for digging holes and annoying the high Way with stinking fish to
the forfeiturs of £iii vi s. viii d.

Att this meeting it was brought in that M^ Willyam Peirce hath
an hundred acrs of upland and marsh ground laj'd out for him at
Pullcnpoint necke.

Also M^ Edward Gibbon hath fourescore acrs of upland and
marsh ground layd him out there.

Also John Olj'var hath his flft3^e acrs of upland and marsh
ground layd him out there.

Also M^ William Brenton had threescore and foure acrs of
upland and marsh ground layd him out there, and a hundrd acrs
on the otherside of M^ Aspenalls.

Also Edward Bayts hath foureteene acrs of upland and marsh
ground layd him out there.



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Also George Ruggle hath graunted unto him a housplott and gar-
densteade to be layd out neero unto the new mjdne by our brother
Coulborne and some other of the company'.

The 1 of the 5th raoneth, July, 1637.

Att a meeting this day of Thomas Olj^var, Thomas Leveritt,
Willyam Hutchinson, Willyam Coulborne, John Coggeshall, Rob-
ert Harding, AVillyam Brenton, Willj^am Balston, James Pennc and
Jacob Ell3'ott, there was granted to our brother Ralph Hudson a
garding plott at the end of Thomas Mekins garden plott.

Also a house and garden plott graunted to our brother Sammuell
Wilbore att the side of Baruabie Dorryfalls housplott and garden.

The 16th of the same 5th moneth.

Att a meeting this day of Thomas Olyvar, Thomas Leveritt,
Willyam Hutchinson, Willyam Coulborne, John Coggeshall, Rob-
ert Harding, John Samford, William Brenton, James Penne and
Jakob Ell3-ott, there was graunted unto Jacob EUyott the little
marsh lying against Charles Ryver with a little hill of upland
ground, neere the middest therof, and com.past on three sydes with
highland ground, allowing out of his Allotment att mount Woolly-
stone seaven acrs for five. The which he afterwards allowed, and it
layd out for parte of his brother Francis Elyotts Allotment at the
Mount.

[15.] The 7th of the 6th raoneth, August, 1637.

Att a meeting this day of Thomas Ol^'var, Thomas Leveritt,
William Hutchinson, William Coulbourne, John Coggeshall, John
Sanford, William Balston and James Penne, leave is granted to
Richard Fau'bank to sell his shopp to ■ Saunders, a booke-
bynder.

The 28 of the same 6th moneth.

Att a meeting this day of Thomas Ol3'var, Thomas Leveritt,
William Hutchinson, John Coggeshall, John Sanford, James Penn,
William Balston and Jacob EUyott, it is agreed that Richard Hull
Carpenter shall have libertv to sell his house and ground neere
John Galloppe unto Phillip Sherman, of Roxbury.

Also it is agreed that M^ Willyam Hutchinson shall have leave
for this present summer to mow thedittle meaddowe at the head of
Monit3'cott R3'var, and to be Considered of for further inio3ing
of it.

The 25th of the 7th moneth, September, 1637.

Att a meeting this day of Thomas Ol3-var, Thomas Leveritt,
William Hutchinson, William Coulborne, John Coggeshall, John
Sanford, William Balstone and James Penne, it is agreed that M^
Thomas Makepeace shall have a houseplott and gardingplace.

Also that our brother Edward Dennys shall have a housplott
and garding stead towards the new mylne.

Also our brother Richard Wayte to have the like thereabouts.

Also Robert Gillara, marryner, hath leave to bu3' a houseplott
where he can.



20 City Document No. 46.

Also leave is granted to Henry Webbe to buy the house wherein
he now dwelleth, and to have a garding plott where may bo most
Convenient for him.

Also there is a garding plott granted to our brother .James Penne
for to la_y to the house that was Widdowe Shelleys, to be la^'d out
among the garden plotts towards the new raylne.

Also there is granted to our brother Valentine Hill a garding
plott there.

Also there is granted to our brother William Cheesbrough shall
have 2 rodd and a halfe square of the marsh next unto M^ Belling-
hams woody ard for to build upon.

Also there is granted to John Lowe, Wheelewright, 2 rodd and
a halfe square of the same marsh next unto our brother Cheesbrough
for a house plott and yard roome.

Also there is granted to our brother William Hudson a foote and
a halfe to come into the streete way for the setting up of his new
building towards the sea s^'de where he dwelleth.

The IG of the 8th moneth, October, 1G37.

Att a Generall meeting upon Publique notice.

M'. Willy am Coddington, M^ John Coggeshall and M^ William
Aspenall are chosen as Deputies or Comittees for this next
generall Cort.

Also at this meeting M^ Olyvar, M'. Leveritt, IVP. William
Hutchinson, M"". William Coulborne, M^ John Coggeshall, M^
William Aspenall, M^ John Sanford, M^ Rohte Harding, Ancient*
Balston, James Penn and Jacob Ell3-ott are Chosen as formerly
for the Occasions of this towne for these next six months, and so
until new ones be made choise of and their charges at theire meet-
ings to be borne by the towne in generall.

Also at this meeting M"". Raph Hudson and Edward Bendall are
chosen Cunstables of this towne for this next yeare.

[16.] The 30th of the 8th moneth, called October, 1637.

Att a meeting this day of Thomas Olyvar, Thomas Leveritt,
William Hutchinson, William Coulbourne, John Coggeshall,
William Aspenall, John Sanford, Robte Hardinge, William Bal-
ston, James Penne, and Jacob EUyott : our brother Valentine
Hill hath his great Allotment granted him att Pullen Point, to the
number of GO acrs, if it be there to be had.

Also there is graunted to our brother John Hansett a great Lott
att the Mount, for 3 heads, yea, even for three heads.

The Gth of the 9th moneth, November, 1G37.

Att a meeting this day, upon particular notice, the Freemen
have, upon farther Consideracon, by Warrant from the generall
Court, instead of M''. John Coggeshall and M^ William Aspenall,
Chosen M^ William Coulborne and John Olyvar, to be ioyned with
M^ William Coddington for Deputyes or Comittees for this present
generall Court.

* This name is very indistinct. Mr. Morse transcribed it as Americent.



Boston Town Records, 1637. 21

The loth of the 9th moneth, November, 1G37.

At a meeting this day of Thomas Oljvar, Thomas Leveritt,
"WiUiam lliitehinson, WiUiain Coulbonie, John Coggeshall, Wilham
AspenaU, John Sanford, Robte Harding, William Balstone, James
Penne and Jacob P^llyott, our brother, John Olyvar, hath granted
unto him a peice of marsh adioyning to M''. Ting's ditch, eighteene
pace in bredth to the outside of his fence from his garding end to
the high way next the beach,

Also there is granted to the Governor, M". John Winthropp, the
twoe hills next Pullen Point, with some barren marsh adioyning
thereunto. Provided it be noe hindrance of the townes setting up a
Ware in Fisher's Creek, or fishing for Basse there.

Also there is granted to our Brother Samucll Wilbore foure
rodde in length of the marsh towards the sea shore, and 3 rodd in
depth next unto John Lowe his grant there.

Also there is granted to our brother Thomas Marshall one rodd
in depth of the same marsh next unto the ground he hath there.

The 4th of the lOlh moneth, called December, 1037.

Att a meeting this day of Thomas Olyvar, Thomas Leveritt,
William Hutchinson, William Coulborne, John Coggeshall, John
Sanford, Robte Harding, William Balston, James Penne, and
Jacob EUyott, there was graunted to John Bibbles a house plott
next unto Richard Woodhowses.

Also it is agreed that M''. Atherton Haulgh shall have all the
neck of land ( as yet not layd out) Jo^-ning to M"". William Cod-
dington, and the rest of the Brethren's meadow Lotte there, and to
have it made up seaven hundred Acrs upon the maineland, fiftie
Acrs thereof to be in the little meadow where M^ William Hutch-
inson had hay mown this last yeare ; and if the meadow exceed
not threescore acrs, then is M"". Haulgh to have the whole meadow,
and it is left to his choyse to beginne for the rest, eyther at the
little meadow, and so to come downwards to the Brethren's Lott of
7 Acrs upon a head, or to begin from their Lotte, and so up to the
meadow all upon the south side of the stony brooke, and for the
Rockie ground therein to have allowance, as the Brethren have
unto their Rockie ground there, and to have Commonage, as the
Brethren have there. And if the said meadow doe exceed three-
score Acrs, then is M^ Haulgh to have his fiftie Acrs therein where
he pleaseth, taking it alltogether at which end thereof he will.

The 28 day of the 8th moneth, called October, 1G37.

Furthermore, at a meeting of M'. Thomas Olyver, Thomas
Leveritt, M'. Willyam Colborn, M''. Robert Keayne, Captain
Edward Gibon, M'. William Ting, Jacob Elyott and M"". John
Cogan, It was fully agreed off and Concluded betweene the said
Townsmen and on the Towne's behalfe on the one part, and the
said M'. Atherton Haulgh on the other part, that M'. Haulgh shall
relinquish all C lame unto all that land commonl}^ Called the Cap-
taine's Plaine. lying over against the southerne end of the "id
Company of Lotts at Mount Wooliston and being on the West
side of the fresh brooke, bounded towards the North and East by



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the said fresh brooke runninge out of a swamp in the tniddest of
the plaine neere adioyning unto the said fresh brooke, towards the
West by the marked trees : In consideration of which the men
Cliosen on the Towne's behalf afforesaid doe grant and agree that
the said M^ Ilaulgli shall have with all Convenient speede meas-
ured out unto him as much land in quantity as the plaine bounded
as afforesaid conteyneth in it, and 50 Acrs overplus to adioyne
unto the southernmost side of land allred}- lavd out to him to h'e
all along a lyne allredy sett out, extending about 500 Eodds in
length, and to be of equall breadth from the said lyne in all phices
as much as the quantity granted to him (whatsoever it be) shall
require.

[17.] The 18th day of the 10th moneth, called December, 1G37.

Att a meeting this day of Thomas Olyvar, Thomas Leveritt,
Wm. Hutchinson, AVilliam Coulborne, John Coggeshall, William
Aspenall, John Sanford, William Balston, James Penne, and
Jacob Ellyott, it is agreed that John AVoodward and Robte Wood-
ward, the sonnes of Nathaniell AV^oodward, shall have houspiotts
allotted them.

Also, it is agreed that Edward Bendall shall. keepe a sufficient
ferry boate to cany to Noddles Island and to the shipps ryding
before the towne, taking for a single person ii cL, and fortwoe 3 cL,
and if there be more i d. a peece.

The 8th of the 11th moneth, called January, 1637.

Att a meeting this day of Thomas Leveritt, AVilliam Hutchin-
son, AVilliam Coulborne, John Coggeshall, AViUiam Aspenall,
John Sanford, Robte Harding, AViUiam Balstone, James Penne
and Jacob Ellyott, it is agreed that John Martyn, shipcarpenter,
shall have a housplott.

Also, that Thomas Pettit, having served with our brother,
Olyvar Mellowes, this three years and a halfe, shall have a hous-
plott granted unto him towards the new mylne.

Also, that Erasmus BuUocke, having beene this 5 yesus in
towne, shall have leave for a housplott.

Also, it is agreed that Richard Fairbancke shall have leave for
this next summer tyme to mowe the marsh ground that is against
his acre of planting ground in the newfeild as he hath formerl}^
mowen it.

Also, whereas att a Generall Meeting the 14th of the 10th
moneth, IGoo, it AVas by generall Consent agreed upon for the
laying out of great Allotments unto the then Inhabitants, the
same are now brought in bounded as foUoweth : —

1. Imprymis : Edward Browne, eight acrs: bounded on the
southwest with M^ AA'illj^am CoulI)orne, on the North AVcst with
Richard Bulgar, and on the south East with Muddy River, and
North East with Beniamyn AVard.

2. Beniamyn AVard, twelve acrs : bounded on the South AVest
with Edward Browne, on the North AA'est with the Cedar swamp,
and on the South East with Muddy River, and on the North East
with John Gramme.



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3. John Cramme, sixteene acrs : bounded on the south-West
with Beniamin Ward, on the North East with the Cedar swamp,
and on the south P.ast with Muddy River, and on the North West
with Robert Iloulton.

4. Robert Houlton, sixteene acrs : bounded on the south West
with John Cramme, on North West with the Cedar swamp, and
on the south East with Muddy River, and on the North East with
Jarrat Bourne.

5. Jarrett Bourne, eight acrs : bounded on the South West with
Robert Houlton, on the North West with the Cedar swamp, and
on the South East with Muddy River, and on the North East with
John Biggs.

G. John Biggs, eight acrs : bounded on the South West with



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