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THE NEW HAMPSHIRE



GENEALOGICAL RECORD.

An Illustrated Quarterly Magazine

DEVOTED TO
GENEALOGY, HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY.

Official Organ of the New Hampshire Genealogical Society.

The publication of an exact transcript of the Genealogical Records of
New Hampshire is the special province of the magazine.



VOL. II.

July 1904— April 1905.



DOVER, N. H.

CHARLES W. TIBBETTS, Editor and Publisher.

1905.









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CONTENTS OF VOLUME II.

July 1904— April 1905.

Amkrican Revolutionary Naval Service 1'7T

The Continental Frigate Raleigh 1'^'^

Book Notices 39, 141, 188

David Thompson's Indenture 1

Donations 42, 96, 192

Friends Records, Dover, N. H., Monthly Meeting. 29, 73, 123, 145

Family Records 73, 123, 145

Marriages 2^

Gravestone Inscriptions, N. H. Signers of the Dec-
laration OF Independence 9-5

Hampton Town Records

Baptisms . . •

Births

Index of Persons

Inscriptions on Grave.stone of Hon. Ezra Green . .
Kingston First Church Records

Admissions

Baptisms

Deaths ■ •

Kingston Families — 1725

Marriages

New Castle Genealogical Records

Births, Marriages and Deaths

New Hampshire Genealogical Society, The

Lists of Members

Newington Church Records

Marriages

Portsmouth Genealogical Records

Gravestone Inscriptions in Point of Graves Cemetery

Portsmouth Landgrants and Surveys

Portsmouth Town Officers

Town Clerks

Selectmen

Queries 39, 92,

Rye Genealogical Records

Births, Marriages and Deaths

Stratham Genealogical Records 9, 49, 113, 151

Births, Marriages and Deaths 9, 49, 113, 151



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Tolimie 11. JULY, 1904. Number 1.

THE NEW HAMPSHIRE

Genealogical Record.

An Illustrated Quarterly Magazine



DEVOTED TO THE

Genealogy, History and Biography of New Hampshire.

Official Organ of The New Hampshire Genealogical Society.



CHARLES W. TIBBETTS, Editck and Publishek.

CONTENTS.

David Thompson's Indenture. 1

Insceiptions on Gravestone of Hon. Ezra Green. 7
Stratham Genealogical Records. - - - - 9

Births, Marriages and Deaths. - - - . 9

Portsmouth Genealogical Records. - - . 17

Gravestone Liscriptions in Pomt of Graves Cemetery. 17

Portsmouth Landgrants and Surveys. - - - 22

Friends Records, Dover, N. H., Monthly Meeting. 29

Marriages. ........ 2Q

New Castle Genealogical Records. - - - 33

Births, Marriages and Deaths. - - - 33

Book Notice and Queries. 39

Kingston First Church Records. - - - - -13

Kingston Families, 1725. - - - 43

Marriages by Rev. Ward Clark, 1725-1737. - - 44

Baptisms by Rev. Ward Clark, 1725-1737. - - 46

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THE NEW HAMPSHIRE

GENEALOGICAL RECORD.

Vol. II. Dover, N. H., July, 1904. No. 1.

DAVID THOMPSON'S mDE:N^TURE.

1622.



[Published from the original manuscript by permission of the
Massachusetts Historical Society. This indenture between David
Thompson and his partners Abraham Colmer, Nicholas Sherwill
and Leonard Pomery, all gentlemen of Plymouth, England, is one of
the most important documents relating to New Hampshire. It was
written on parchment and was in duplicate; this being David Thomp-
son's own copy had the seals and signatures of his three partners,
while their copy which has not been preserved had his signature and
seal. The seals three in number are little slips of parchment, con-
siderably longer than broad, but broad enough to write one's Christian
name on, these were inserted or interwoven through several incissions
into the parclinient instead of being stuck to the same with sealing
wax, and in signing tlie document, the Christian name was written on
the seal or slip ancl the surname after it on the parchment instead of
before the seal as now. The seal or slip of Abraham Colmer has been
taken out, consquently his Christian name does not appear in his sig-
nature. Later we sliall publish the wills and other df>cuments relating
to Abraham Colmer, Nicholas Sherwill and Leonard Pomery, and it
will be found that they were engaged in a thriving lishing and trad-
ing business, along the shores of New Hampshire and in the Piscat-
aqua river, whicli at that time was the center of the salmon fishery.
A certain cove in that river was for many years called Pomery's Cove.]

Articles of Covenannts Indentid made and agreed on;
the foureteentli daye of December, in the twentieth yeare of
the Raigne of our Soueigne Lord James by the grace of god
of England Frannce and Ireland King Defender of the faith
&c. And of Scotland the Sixe and fiftieth Betweene Dauid
Thomson of Plymouth in the County of devon gentleman of
thone Parte, And Abraham Colmer Nicholas Sherwill, and
Leonard Pomery of Plymouth aforesaid marchants of
th'other parte.

Imprimis whereas the Councell established, by the said
Kings Ma*'"^ Lres patents, for the ruling, orderinge & dis-
posing of the terrytories and affayres of Newe England in



2 DAVID THOMPSON S INDENTURE.

America, have grannted vnto tliaboue named Daiiid Thom-
son, his heires and assignes, for ever, Sixe Thousand acres of
land, and one Ihmd lyeing & being in & vpon the coaste of
Newe England aforesaid, w"^ dyuers Royalties, ymniunities
priveledges franchises and liberties. As by the same grannt,
bearinge date the Sixteenth daye of October laste paste more
at large, it dothe & maye appeare. And farther wheareas also
the said Dauid Thomson by his deed Indentid beareing date
w"' these p'sents hath freely and absolutely grannted the
foureth parte of all the said Hand w*^ thapp^'^tenncs there-
vnto belonging or in any wise apperteyninge, vnto thaboue
named Abraham Colmer Nicholas Sherwill and Leonard
Pomery their heires & assignes forever, w^^ Covenannts also
therein expressed, to grannte and convey, vnto them their
heires and assignes in ffee sunple, the foureth parte of the
before recyted Sixe thousand acres of land and other the
premysses w"^ thapp"'tenncs, As by the said deed thereof
Indentid to them made more plainely and at large it doth &
maye appeare. In Consideracon whereof it is fullie coue-
nannted & agreed by and betweene the said parties to these
presents in manner and forme followinge, that is to sale

First, that they the said Abraham Colmer Nicholas
Sherwill, and Leonard Pomerie their heires and assignes,
shall and will at their owne proper costes & charges, this
present yeare prouid and send, two men, w*^" the said Dauid
Thomson, in the good shipp called the Jonathan of Ply-
mouth aforesaid (by gods permission) to be landed in Newe
England aforesaid, w^** soe muche victualls & prouisions, as
shall suffice them, till they be their landed. And yf they land
there, w"'in the space of three moneths, after the said shipp
shall passe Ramehed, The residue of the three moneths vict-
ualls (yf any be) shall be delyuered to the said Dauid
Thomson, at his landing there, the said men and victualls,
there to be disposed of, by the said Dauid Thomson, as well
towards the findinge, of a fitt place for thintended plantacon
there, as also to begin the same

Item, that they, the said Dauid Thomson, Abraham Col-
mer, Nicholas Sherwill, & Leonard Pomerie, their heires and
assignes, shall and will this present yeare, at their owne
proper costes & charge, find prouide and send, three men
more, in the good ship called the Prouidence of Plymouth
aforesaid, yf they maye be so sonne gotten. Or in some
other shipp w*'' the first expedicon that maye be, To be also



DAVTD THOMPSON S INDENTURE. 6

(by god his permyssion) landed in Newe England, there to
be disposed of as aforesaid, the Charges of w'" men lastlie
mencoed are to be paid and borne equallie betweene them
the said parties to theis p^'sents

Item, it is farther agreed, by and betweene the said par-
ties to theis pnts, that two men more (oner & abone the
former three) shal be this p'sent yeare, pronided & sent, in
the aforesaid shipp the Jonathan; w"' their victnalls proni-
sions, To be likewise (by gods permyssion) landed in Newe
England aforesaid, the charge of w<=^ two men lastlie men-
coed soc to be sent, shalbe C(inallie borne and paid, betweene
the said Dauid Thomson, Abraham Colmer, Nicholas Sher-
will, and Leonard Pomerie

Item, it is farther agreed by and betweene the said parties
to theis pnts, that after snche tyme, as the said Dauid Thom-
son, And the foresaid Scaven men or any of them, shall be
soe landed in Newe England as aforesaid The said persons
soe landed, shall and will vse tlieir best Endeavor, (by the
dirreccon of the said Dauid Tliomson), w'" as muche conven-
iencie as may be, to find onto some fitt place or places there,
for the choise of the said Sixe thousand acres of land, accord-
inge to th'intent of the grannt aforesaid; And also of some
fitt place, to settle and Builde, some houses or buildings for
habitacons. On w*^*" they are to begyn, w^'' as muche expedi-
con as they maye, To the lymits and precincts of w'''' habi-
tacons or buildings soe intented to be there erected, there
shalbe allotted, of the landes next thereunto adioyninge, at
or before thend of five yeares, next ensuing the date hereof,
the full quantitie of Sixe hundred acres of land, or neere
thereaboutes, W" said Sixe hundred acres of land, W^all
and singular the tenem** and buildings, that maye be raised
thereupon, duringe the said space of five years, together w***
the Seas, Riuers harbor or harbors ports creeks, and all and
singeler other the premysses whatsoeu, conteyned w*^in the
said sixe hundred acres of land, with the seas Anent the
same, shall at thend & expiracon of the said five yeares. Be
equallie deuided, betweene them the said Dauid Thomson,
Abraham Colmer, Nicholas Sherwill and Leonard Pomery by
lotts, And that all costs chargs and disbursments whatso-
euer, to be' paid & layde forth, from and after the landing of
the said men or any of them in Newe England aforesaid,
towards the finding oute of the said sixe thousand acres of
land, or for the buildinge planting and husbanding, of the



4 DAVTD THOiSrPSON S INDEXTURE.

said six hundred acres of land, shall During the said five
yeares be equallie borne and paid, betweene all the said par-
ties to theis p'sents The residue of the said sixe thousand
acres of land, to be also in such convenient tynie as maje be
Deuided betweene them the said parties in foure parts, and
by lots as aforesaid, w"' all the seas & Riuers Anent the
same, and all other the premysses to the same belonging.
Whereof the said Dauid Thomson his heires an assignes, are
to haue three Quarters, And the said Abraham Colmer
Nicholas Sherwill & Leonard Pomerie, their heires & as-
signes. One quarter accordinge to the true intent & meaning
of the last before recyted grannt, to them thereof to be made
by the said Dauid Thomson his heires & assiynes

Item, it is farther agreed, by and betweene the said par-
ties to theis p^sents, that the said Hand w^" the grounde
Soyles, Hauens, Rivers ports. Creeks, w"' thapp"'tenncs there-
vnto belonging at thend of the said five yeares, shall alsoe be
Devided amongste them, the said parties in foure partes, by
lotts as aforesaid. Whereof the said Dauid Thomson his
heires & assignes are to haue three of the said foure partes,
And the said Abraham Colmer, Nicholas Sherwill and Leon-
ard Pomerie, their heires and assignes, thother foureth parte,
accordinge to the true intent & meaninge, of the laste before
recyted grannt thereof to them made

Item, farther it is fully couenated & agreed b}^ and be-
tweene the said parties to theis puts. That all costes, chargs,
expenses, and disbursm^- whatsoeu w*"'' shall happen to be
expended laid forth or clisburssed for and toAvards the plant-
ing & husbanding of the said Hand w*^ thapp"''tenncs. And
for and towards the Erecting of habitacons or buildings there
Vntill the same be divided as aforesaid, shalbe borne and
paid betweene the said parties, in this sorte (viz), three
partes, by the said Dauid Thompson, his heires and assignes
and the other foureth parte, by the said Abraham Colmer,
Nicholas Sherwill & Leonard Pomerie their heires and
assignes.

Item, it is farther agreed by and betweene the said parties
to theis p'sents, that all benefitts and profitts whatsoeuer,
that shall or may, duringe the said terme of five yeares
iiappen to accrewe arise & growe oute of or upon the said
sixe hundred acres of land, be it more or lesse, and of the
Seas and Rivers therevnto belonging, or by trading, fishing,
Setting & Setling of the same landes & tenements, or any



DAVID THOMPSON'S INDENTURE. 5

parte of them, or by any other mdustrie waies or meanss
whatsoever (the fishmg of such shipp or shipps of the said
Abraham Cohiier Nicholas Sherwill & Leonard Pomerie, or
of either or any of them or of either or any of their assignes,
sett forth onely at their costs & charges, and wherein tlie
said Dauid Thomson, doth not, or will not, put in his parte
of the coste and charges, onely excepted & foreprised,) shall
also be equallie divided betweene them the parties to these
presents parte and parte alike

Item, it is also agreed by and betweene the said parties to
theis p^'sents, that all benefitts & profits, that shall or maye,
duringe the said terme of five yeares, happen to accrewe aryse
and growe, oute of or vpon, the residue of the said, sixe
thousand acres of land w"' thapp'"tenncs or oute of, or upon
the said Hand w'" tliapp"'tenncs shall be devided into foure
parts Whereof the said Dauid Thomson his heires and as-
signes shall haue three partes, And the said Abraham Col-
mer Nicholas Sherwill, and Leonard Pomery their heires &
assignes shall haue th'other foureth parte. And that every
of them, shall and will vpon reasonable request, delyuer to
th'other a iuste & perfect accompt of his receipts & pay-
ments concerning the premisses And for the true perform-
ance of all and singuler, the said Covenannts and agreements,
either of the said parties bindeth himself to th'other lirndy
by these presents

In wittness wheareof the said parties interchangablie, to
theis p'sent coven'^nts Indented, their handes and Scales haue
sett heoven the daye and yeare Ifirst aboue Avrytten

Annog. Dm 1622

P me [Abraham] Colmer P me Nicholas Sherwill Leon-
ard Pomery

Sealed and delyuered in p^'sents of

John ffowell

Teste me Tho. Cruse

Teste Hugoe Bull

Michael Herring



TO OUR FRIEKDS AWD PATRONS.

In entering upon the second year's publication of The New
Hampshire Genealogical Record, the editor washes to ex-
press his sincere thanks to his friends and patrons for the



6 TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS.

support they have given the pubUcation clunng the past
twelve months. We intend to make the magazine much
more interesting the coming year than heretofore, and to
improve it in every way possible. In this number we have
given David Thompson's indenture with his partners Abraham
Colmer, Nicholas Sherwill and Leonard Pomery, gentlemen
of Plymouth, England. This will be followed in the near
future (possibly beginning in October), by a series of
articles on "The Early Settlement of New Plampshire." We
are gathering data in England and elsewhere, concerning
David Thompson and his party (consisting of eight men in-
cluding himself, and four women), who in 1623 settled in
New Hampshire at Little Harbor, then called Pannaway,
now in the town of Rye. The story of his building a large
house at Pannaway, protected with palisades and flankers,
and fortified with four small cannon; of liis building a second
house at Thompson's Point, in Dover, to accommodate his
salmon fishing industry, which point was specially included
in his charter; the sad loss of three of his men and their
burial at Thompson's Point; the accidental finding of their
graves and the exhumation of their remains; the dismantling
of the house at Pannaway and the removal of David
Thompson, in the early part of 1G25, to Massachusetts,
where, with one of his men he built another house with
palisades and fortified it with the four cannon before men-
tioned; his death, and the marriage of his widow to one of
the men of his party; the three men he left to look after his
interests in New Hampshire, and what became of them;
the final abandonment of PannaAvay and Thompson's Point
and the commencement of the settlement at Hilton's Point,
and the reasons therefor; the efforts of Edward Hilton to
get a new charter for the members of the party remaining
in New Hampshire, and his final success on March 12,
1629/30; and the growth and success of the later settlements
in New Hampshire, together with a genealogical and bio-
graphical sketch of each of the early settlers will be giv-
en and proved by positive and circumstantial evidence
and will appeal to all lovers of history and genealogy. We
propose to cover the first fifty years of the history and
genealogy of New Hampshire Avith a thoroughness never
before attempted. The publication of an exact transcript
of the genealogical records of New Hampshire will re-
main the special province of the magazine.



INSCRIPTIONS ON GRAVESTONE OF EZRA GREEN. 7

In order to increase the value of the magazine and enable
us to prosecute the extensive investigations essential to a
thorough and comprehensive discussion ot" the difficult work
in hand, we appeal to our friends to aid us in extending our
circulation. Will each subscriber continue his or her sub-
scription and make a special effort to secure another subscrib-
er; if they will all do so the desired end will be attained.
The magaznie has come to stay. Again thanking our friends
and patrons for their financial aid and many kind words of
commendation and encouragement we remain,

Cordially yours.

The Editor.



INSCRIPTIOXS OX GRAVESTONE OF
HOX. EZRA GREE:N^, DOVER, ]S^. H.

[Front.]

EZRA GREEN.

Born in Maiden, Mass., June 17, (O. S.) 1746, the
4th in descent from James Green, freeman of the
Colony, and a settler in that town in 1G47.

Graduated at Harvard College, 1765; Surgeon in
the army of the Revolution, 1775 and 1776; and in the
ship of War Ranger, Capt. John Paul Jones, 1777 and 1778.

Slember of the Convention for the adoption of the
Constitution of the U. S.

Deacon of the Cong. Church in Dover from 1790.

Humble and devout, sincere and upright, benevolent,
faithful and consistent, his life was an illustration of the
Christian Patriot.

With Intelect unclouded, and a Faith which had
sustained him through long infirmity, he died July 25,
1847, at the age of 101 years; at the end of the 2nd century
from the first settlement of the family in this country;
and the oldest graduate of HARVARD COLLEGE.

On the day which completed his century, he said:- "I
thank God, that I am able to contemplate Him as my Father
in Heaven. Through Jesus Christ, the Mediator, I have
hope in his mercy, and a perfect trust in his paternal good-
ness."



INSCRIPTIONS ON GRAVESTONE OF EZRA GREEN.

SUSANNA HAYES,
wiie of Ezra Green, Obt. Feb. 14, 1836,
JE. 77 years.



Jesus said-'-'-I am the Resurreetion and the life, he that he-
lieveth in me though he were dead, yet shall he live; and who-
soever liveth and believeth in me shall never die.^^

[BACK.]
CHILDREN OF EZRA & SUSANNA GREEN
EUNICE, Died Oct. 7, 1780, JE. 2 months.
SAMUEL, Died Jan. 28, 1791, J£. 1 year.
MARTHA, Died Nov. 28, 1792, JE. 1 year.
SUSANNA, Died July 15, 1794.
MARTHA, Died Aug. 3, 1795, JE. 3 months.
EZRA, Died April 27, 1796.
SAMUEL, Died Nov. 3, 1823, JE. 26 years.
EUNICE, Died March 25, 1839, JE. 46 years.
CHARLES, Died April 5, 1854, JE. 69 years.
DEBORAH S. Died May 7, 1860, ^.73 years.
SARAH, Died Nov. 2, 1874, JE. 86 years.



Note. — A copy of above inscriptions was requested by a
Qiember of the Paul Jones Club, S. A. R. We take pleasure
in printing the same. The pages of this magazine will be
always open to members of all patriotic societies for such pur-
poses. The grave of Hon. Ezra Green, conmionly known as
Dr. Ezra Green is in Pine Hill Cemetery, Dover, N. H.
Should any person wish to visit the grave, it is about seven-
ty-live feet south-southwesterly of the brick receiving tomb.
A tall marble slab now marks the spot. There are many
gravestone inscriptions of our Revolutionary heroes, that
ought to be perpetuated in the same way. Marble especially,
soon crumbles under the action of water and frost, and when
the stone is once broken, it is seldom replaced.



STKATHAM GENEALOGICAL RECORDS.



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS.
[Continued from Vol. I, page 102.]

Hannah the Dafter of Jonathan and Hannah Sibley born

Apiel the 2 day 1734
Haiinah the Dafter of Jonathan and Hannah Darborn born

March the 14, 1735
Daniel the Son of Abraham and Abigail Tilton born Septem-
ber : the : 8 1735
Lydia the Dafter of Joseph and Esther merrell born June

the 14, 1735
John the son of John and Anna Hannaford born April the

:6: day 1712

(S. T. R., 1 : 225.)
Hannah the Dafter of Beniamin and Sarah fifieald born

march the: 17 day 1734
David the son of Beniamine and Sarah titieald born Aprel

the: 3: day 1736
Moses the Son of Samuel and Martha Clearke born October

tire: 24: 1737
Hannah the Dafter of Beniamin and Elizabeth Leavit born

August the: 25: 1709
Mary the Dafter of Beniamin and Elizabeth Leavit born

September the 19: 1710
Jean the Dafter of Beniamin and Elizabeth Leavitt born

July the 29: 1712
John the son of Beniamin and Elizabeth Leavitt born No-
vember the 19 : 1713
Elizabeth the Dafter of Beniamin and Elizabeth Leavitt born

December the 31 1715
Patience the Dafter of Beniamin and Elizabeth Leavitt born

may the 23: 1717
Beniamin the Son of Beniamin and Elizabeth Leavit born

September the 27 1719
Joannah the Dafter of Beniamin and Elizabeth Leavitt born

April the 24 1721



10 STRATHAM GENEALOGICAL RECORDS.

t

Jeremiah the Son of Beniamin and Elizabetli Leavitt born
May the 16 : 1723

Else the Dafter of Beniamin and Ehzabeth Leavitt born July
the 5 1726

Roocksby the Dafter: of John and Rooeksbv Clearke born:
May the : 18 1739 (S. T. R., T : 226.)

Sarah the Dafter of Samuell and ]\Ierey Clearke born Jan-
uary the 29 day 1739/40

Agnes the Daughter of David and Agnes Robinson was
born August the 30 day: 1740

John the Son of John and Roocksby Cleark borne Janueary
the 21 day 1740/41

Jonathan the Son of: John and Mary Darborn born June
the: 1: day 1741

Nathaniel the Son : of Abraham and Abigail Tilton born
November the 23 day 1737

Abraham the Son of Abraham and Abigail Tilton born Octo-
ber the 15 day 1739

Josiah tlie Son of Abraham and Abigail Tilton born Novem-
ber the 13 1741

Mary the Dafter of Samuel and Mercy Clarke born : January
the 7 day 1741/2

Paul the Son of : John and Roocksby Clearke born December
the 12, 1742/3

James Chapman the son of John and Mary Darborn born
february the : 27 : day 1742/3

(S. T. R., I : 227.)

Elizabeth the Dafter of Samuel and Hannah Veasey born
September the 26 day: 1734


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