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began Nine Acres more or Less —

and it is to be understood here that we reserve a Priviledge
one Rod wide from y^ Easterly end of the whole Farm to the
westerly end thereof, on the Northerly side through all the
forementioned shares, from an open High on the easterly side,
to another open way on the westerly side, for a drift way for the
use & benefit of the s^ shares for ever

August the 3*^ day 1757 Jeremy Webster

Eben"" Stevens
Jonathan Greeley
Jonathan Blasdel
William Rowell



64 NEW HAMPSHIRE WILLS

ISAAC WATSON 1757 DOVER

M'' Dudley Watson Says that he often heard his Uncle Isaac
Watson Say that he had made a Deed of Conveyance to his Son
Samuel of a Tract of Land which he Said was more than his
Proportion of his the Said Isaacs Estate besides what he paid for
it & that he did not Design he Should have any more for that was
more than his Share and has often heard the Said Samuel Say
that he had given his father a Quittance and Discharge from any
farther Demand for his Part of Said Estate

M' Joseph Hall Says that he heard Isaac Watson Say that he
purpos'd to Execute a Deed of a Certain Tract of Land lying
near the Dep*^ Land at Tole End that it was more than his part
of Said Watsons Estate & that he Designd to make him pay a
Sum of money for it and after that he heard the Said Isaac Wat-
son say that he had Executed Such a Deed to his Said Son &
made him pay two hundred pound for it because that 'twas
more in Value than his Share tho' he had a Double portion the
Land he had Conveyd to him was more than his Double Share &
that Samuel told the Depon* he had Such a Deed & had given an
Acquittance to his father of any farther Demand on his Estate
and did not Expect any more and afterwards when the Said
Isaac was asked why he did not make a Conveyance to Samuel
of a Little nuke or Gore of Land adjoining to the other the Said
Isaac Said he woud not do it because Sam^ had got more than
his proportion of his Estate already and the Said Isaac said the
£200 he designd to put the Said Sum out to Interest for his
Son Isaac which he Designd to put out to a Trade & the Dep*
understood what the said Isaac had so Convey'd he Designd to
be his Said Samuels Share of his Said fathers Estate

M'' Joseph Young says that he heard Sam^ Watson Say that
the Acquittance which he had Signd to his father to Acquit the
Estate of any father Demand he had got it & Burnd it with his
Own hand & took it off of the table at M'' Cushions when his
father Signd the Deed he gave to him the Said Samuel said that



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he took it and M' Cushion never had tho' it was thot to be Left
with him

James Rogers Says that he heard Sam' Watson Say that the
Land that was Conveyd to him by his father was Intended by
his father as his full portion & he never Expected any thing more
and after that he the said Sam' Sold it the Depo* in Conversation
with the said Sam' Said to him he was unwise to Sell it the Said
Sam' answerd twas no matter he woud do well Enough why
Said the Dep' you have given an Acquittance have you not yes
Says he why how will you do then why Says he if I have Given it
let them find it and added that he designd to get a Double
Portion yet out of his fathers Estate.

[Endorsed] taken ii Apr. 1757

[Warrant, April 13, 1757, authorizing William Shackford,
Moses Wingate, gentlemen, Richard Scammon, Joseph Hanson,
Jr., and Otis Baker, yeomen, all of Dover, to divide the real es-
tate of Isaac Watson of Dover, yeoman, the oldest son, Samuel
Watson, being deceased.]

Province of \ Whereas We the Subscribers being Chosen
New Hampshire 1 and appointed by The Hon^'^ Richard Wibird
Esq"" Judge of Probate for Said Province to Divide the Real Es-
tate of Isaac Watson Late of Dover Dec^ to and among the Rel-
ict Widow and the Children of s^ Deceased Which we find will be
Predicial & hurtfull to the whole Estate to Lot out Every Childs
part by it Self and In as much as it appears that Samuel the Eld-
est Son of Said Dec'' hath been heretofore advanced by Settle-
ment Therefore we agree and Conclude to Divide & Settle the
Same as foUoweth viz* We order & Set off to Joanna Watson
widow of S'' Deceased the two Lower Rooms in the Southerly
End of the Dwellinghouse of s"^ Deceased and also the South
west Chamber over the Largest of Said Rooms together with one
third of the Cellar under y house also the west End of the barn as
far as the barn floor with a Privilidge of the floor to bring in & Carry
out hay or any other fodder whatsoever or for any other use We also



66 NEW HAMPSHIRE WILLS

Set off to Said Joanna fifteen acres of Land being part of Shefifields
Grant (So CalH) and bounds westerly partly on the Lands of
George Hanson & Partly on the Land of Isaac Hanson Southerly
on the Land of the Dec* northerly on the Land of Joseph Hanson
Esq"" or however otherwise the Same be bounded It being that
Same fifteen acres which the Said Isaac Watson Purchased from
Charles Baker and is to be agreeable to the Bounds mentioned in
a Deed of the Same on Record and Nine acres and one hundred
& forty four Rods of Land more Joyning to the former and begins
at the Southerly Corner of S"* fifteen acres then runing by Han-
sons Land forty four Rods then northeast Thirty Six Rods Then
north forty two Degrees west forty four Rods to s'* fifteen acres
then by s'* fifteen acres to the afores** Corner with a free and full
priviledge to pass and Repass any where through Said Estate
as She may have occasion for transporting her afTects & no
further So as not hurt or Damage the Estate by any Extrave-
gancy thus far for her right in the homsted farm. We also order
to the said Joanna five acres of Land more being part of a Lot
of Eighteen acres heretofore Improved by s^ Decased for a
mowing field Lying on the northerly side of the Road Leading to
Littleworth (so CalH) and is on the westerly side of said field &
Bounds on the Lands of Ens Joseph Roberts and the Lands of
Ichabod Hayes and is Seven Rods by the Road and is to Run
notherly one hundred & Seventeen Rods holding the bredth of
Seven Rods to the notherly End of Said Eighteen acres being
untill Said five acres be fully Compleated which Compleats her
Dower

And In as much as it appears to us to be hurtfull to Said Es-
tate to Set off Each Child their meats & bounds We apprize and
value the Residue of Said Estate in manner & form following
viz* The two thirds of the house Exclusive of that part Set off
to the widow Six hundred pounds old Tenor the barn Exclusive
of D° two hundred pounds old Ten'' The homsted farm Contain-
ing fifty four acres Exclusive of that part Set off to the widow at
fifty five pounds old Tenor ^ acre two thousand nine hundred &



NEW HAMPSHIRE WILLS 67

Seventy pounds old Ten'' also thirteen acres more on the noth-
erly side of the Road Leading to Little worth being part of Eight-
een acres being part of the Estate of s'^ DeC^ and is Exclusive of
five acres Set off to the widow at Seventy pounds old Ten'' ^
acre nine hundred & ten pounds old Tenor — •

We further order that the widow and heirs Shall Submit and
Give way to Each other through Each of their parts of the whole
premisses for Improvement thereof as far as is needfuU not to
hurt Each other any further then Necessity requires and that
They have hold and Enjoy the Same in manner and form as the
Same is above Expressed —

Given under our hands the Twenty third Day of April Anno
Dom 1757 —

N B we find that there is 136 acres in the Second Division in
Rochester & Some other wilderness Lands that we Cant view &
apprize at Present —

W"* Shackford
Moses Winget
Richard Scam'on
Jos: Hanson j'
Otis Baker

[Additional inventory, April 25, 1758, of land in Rochester,
£1360. o. o; signed by William Shackford, Moses Wingate, and
Joseph Hanson, Jr.]

[Bond of Joseph Watson, yeoman, with John Gage, Jr., inn-
holder, and David Watson, blacksmith, as sureties, all of Dover,
in the sum of £4000, 1758, to pay the other heirs their shares of
the estate, there being thirteen children in all ; witnesses, none.]



JONATHAN BATCHELDER 1757 NEWMARKET

In the name of God amen The Twelve th day of april in the
year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and fifty seven I



68 NEW HAMPSHIRE WILLS

Jonathan Batchelder of newmarket in the province of newhamp-
shire in newengland husbandman being about to go into the
present war * * *

Item I give and bequeath to my Son willian Batchelder Ten
pounds in old Tenor to be paid in one year after my decease by
my Executor I ten I give to my Son Jathro Batchelder fifty
pounds old Tenor bills Credit to be paid in three years after my
decease by my Executor Item I give to my daughter Elisabeth
Batchelder ten pounds old Tenor to be paid by my Executor in
four years after my decease: Item I give to my daughter mary
Batchelder Ten pounds old Tenor to be paid by my said Executor
in five years after my decease: — Item I give to my Daughter
Sarah Batchelder Ten pounds old Tenor to be paid by my Ex-
ecutor in five years after my decease Item I give to my daughter
hannah Batchelder Ten pounds old Tenor to be paid in six years
after my decease by my Executor and further my will is That my
Executor Keep a Cow winter and sumer well for my Loveing
wife Elizabeth Batchelder and deliver to her Ten bushels of
good Indean Corn a year yearly and also Two bushels of malt a
year annualey as Long as she Remains my widdow Item I give
and bequath to my Son Jonathen batchelder all my Land in
notingham in the province aforesaid to gather with all my Stock
namly Two oxen Two Cows Eight sheep with their Lambs To
gather with the swine and also all The utencales belonging to
the farm To have and To hold To him and his hairs for Ever and
I do hearby mak and ordain and appoint my Said Son Jonathan
Batchelder my Sole Executor * * *

his
Jonathan X Batchelder
mark

[Witnesses] Elias Critchett, Nath'^ Doe, Thomas Young.

[Proved June 24, 1761.]

[Bond of Jonathan Batchelder, with Benjamin Piper and Sam-
uel Weeks as sureties, all of Newmarket, in the sum of £500,



NEW HAMPSHIRE WILLS 69

June 24, 1 761, for the execution of the will; witnesses, WilHam
Parker, Solomon Loud, Jr.]



ZEBEDIAH SARGENT 1757 HAVERHILL, MASS.

[Warrant, April 13, 1757, authorizing Daniel Shepard, Jona-
than Watson, and Jonathan Kimball, all of South Hampton,
yeomen, to appraise the estate of Zebediah Sargent of Haverhill,
Mass., to be exhibited by Charles Sargent and Aaron Sargent,
brothers of the deceased.]

[Inventory, April 19, 1757, land in South Hampton and two
rights in Perrystown, £1540. o. o; signed by Daniel Shepard,
Jonathan Watson, and Jonathan Kimball.]



MARK WENTWORTH 1757 SOMERSWORTH

[William Wentworth, Benjamin Wentworth, and Ebenezer
Wentworth renounce administration on the estate of their
brother, Mark Wentworth of Somersworth, "whose Desire it
was that John Wentworth should administer with his wife on
his estate & she having Lately Deceased & Left five Children all
minors"; dated Somersworth, April 16, 1757; witness, Bartholo-
mew Wentworth.]

[Administration on the estate of Mark Wentworth, yeoman,
granted to John Wentworth of Somersworth, gentleman, May
-2^^ I757-]

[Probate Records, vol. 20, p. 167.]

[Bond of John Wentworth, with James Garvin of Somers-
worth, mariner, and Stephen Jones of Durham, gentleman, as
sureties, in the sum of £1000, May 22, 1757, for the administra-
tion of the estate; witnesses, William Parker, Jeremiah LIbby.]



70 NEW HAMPSHIRE WILLS

[Inventory, May 5, 1757; amount, £6305, 17. 6; signed by
Moses Stevens and Moses Carr.]

[Account of the settlement of the estate; receipts, £3345. 17. 6,
personal estate; expenditures, £3820. 19. 5; mentions "p'^
Ebenezer Wallingford for keeping a Child from the first Day of
May 1757 to the first Day of May 1764. . . . To myself keeping
one Child under Seven years old i Year & half. . . . p'^ two
Daughters out of the moveables"; allowed Feb. 23, 1769.]



JOHN CLEMENTS 1757 SALEM

[Administration on the estate of John Clements of Salem,
yeoman, granted to his widow, Ruth Clements, June 29, 1757.]

[Probate Records, vol. 20, p. 201.]

[Bond of Ruth Clements of Salem, widow, with William San-
ders of Salem and Ebenezer Gile of Hampstead, yeomen, as
sureties, in the sum of £500, June 29, 1757, for the administration
of the estate; witnesses, William Parker, John Fernald.]

[Inventory, April 25, 1757; amount, £470. 10. 6; signed by
Obadiah Eastman, and Obadiah Dustin.]



JEREMIAH LIBBY 1757 PORTSMOUTH

[Administration on the estate of Jeremiah Libby of Ports-
mouth, gentleman, granted to his widow, Sarah Libby, May 11,

I757-]

[Probate Records, vol. 20, p. 167.]

[Bond of Sarah Libby, widow, with Jeremiah Libby, gentle-
man, and George Libby, mariner, as sureties, all of Portsmouth,
in the sum of £500, May 11, 1757, for the administration of the
estate of Jeremiah Libby, Jr. ; witnesses, William Parker, John
Fernald.]



NEW HAMPSHIRE WILLS 7I

[Warrant, May 11, 1758, authorizing Hunking Wentworth and
John Shackford, gentleman, both of Portsmouth, to appraise
the estate.]

[Inventory, July 26, 1758; amount, £4845. o, o; signed by
Hunking Wentworth and John Shackford.]

[Guardianship of John Libby and Jeremiah Libby, aged less
than 14 years, sons of Jeremiah Libby of Portsmouth, deceased,
granted to Joseph Simes of Portsmouth, painter, May 21, 1759.]

[Bond of Joseph Simes, with Jeremiah Libby, housewright,
and George Hart, blacksmith, as sureties, all of Portsmouth,
in the sum of £500, May 21, 1759, for the guardianship of John
and Jeremiah Libby; witnesses, Thomas Packer, David Sewall.]

[Administration on the estate of Jeremiah Libby, Jr., of Ports-
mouth, gentleman, granted to Joseph Simes April 25, 1763.]

[Probate Records, vol. 22, p. 545.]

[Bond of Joseph Simes, painter, with Moses Noble, block-
maker, and Michael Whidden, Jr., joiner, as sureties, all of
Portsmouth, in the sum of £500, April 25, 1763, for the ad-
ministration de bonis non of the estate; witnesses, James
Grouard, T. Greenwood.]



DAVID MORRISON 1757 NOTTINGHAM

In the name of God Amen the fourteenth Day of may Anno
Domini 1757 I David Morrison of y« town of Nottingham in y«
Province of New Hampshire in New England Husbandman be-
ing Indisposed of Body * * *

Imprimis I Give and Bequeth to my Daughter Mary Ray
Wife of W™ Ray five shillings money to be Levyed out of my
Estate and paid by my Executors within twalve monthes after
my Decease



72 NEW HAMPSHIRE WILLS

Itim I Give & bequeath to my Grand son David Ray one
Half of the ten acre Lot N° 6 in fishstreet in y^ township of
Notting'" afores'^ to be y Inheritance of my Said Grand Son
David his Heirs & assigns for ever

Item I Give & bequeath to my Daughter Margret Morrison
all my Home Place where I now Live with all y Buildings stand-
ing thereon it being y^ lot N° 38 in fish street in y^ Township of
Nottingham & y one half of y^ Lot N° 6 in fish street aforesaid
to be the Inheritance of my Said Daughter margret her Heirs
and assigns for ever and also I Give & bequeath to my said
Daughter Margret the whole of my Goods Chatties Debts &
movebale Effects she paying out of y« same the Legacis hereafter
mentioned my Just Debts & funeral Charges

Item I Give and bequeath to my Grand son W™ Ray Jun'
my Gun and one Horse Colt 2 years old to be his property for
ever only his father W"" Ray to have the use of them till such
time as my said Grand son W"" Ray shall arive at y^ age of 21
years

Item I Give & bequeath to my Grand son John Simpson son
of Sarah Simpson Deceased which was Wife of Tho^ Simpson of
Notting"! aforesaid ten pounds old tenor to be Levyed out of my
Estate and paid by my Excutors at such time as my said Grand
son shall arive at y" age of twenty one years

Item I Give & bequeath to my Grand Daughter Elisa-
beth Simpson ten pounds old tenor to be Levyed out of my
Estate and paid by my Executors at such time as my said
Grand Daughter Elisabeth shall arive at y" age of Eighteen
years

Item I Give & bequeath to my Grand Daughter Sarah Simp-
son ten pound old tenor to be Levyed out of my Estate and paid
by my Executors at such time as my said Grand Daughter
Sarah shall arive at y" age of Eighteen years

Item I Give & bequeath to W"" Ray all my Body or wearing
Clothes to be his forever

Item I Do hereby Constitute appointe & ordain my Brother



NEW HAMPSHIRE WILLS 73

William Morrison of Notting™ & my Daughter Margret Mor-
rison aforesaid to be Executors * * *

his
David + Morrison
mark
[Witnesses] James Morrison, Andrew Simpson Ju"", Robert
Harvey.

[Proved Dec. 12, 1758.]

[Warrant, Jan. 31, 1759, authorizing Robert Harvey, gentle-
man, and Andrew Simpson, Jr., yeoman, both of Nottingham,
to appraise the estate.]

[Inventory, April 17, 1759; amount, £2288. o. o; signed by
Robert Harvey and Andrew Simpson, Jr.]



JOHN GRAVES 1757 KENSINGTON

In the Name of God Amen I John Graves of the Parish of
Kensington in the Province of Newhampshire in Newengland
Yeoman being weake of Body * * *

ily I Give and Bequeath to my wellbeloved wife Elisabeth
Graves all the household Goods that shee Brought with her and
all my stock of Cratuers of all Sorts to Depose of as Shee Shall
See Cause and I Give my Said wife the improvement of one halfe
of my Dwelling house and the improvement the one halfe of my
Barn and the improvement of all my Land laying in Kensington
untill my son John Graves arives to the age of twenty one years
and then my Said son is to Come into possession as I shall order
in this my will — and then my Said wife Shall have the improve-
ment of but one halfe of my home place and halfe the house and
halfe the Barn During her widowhood and no longer and at her
Death or marriage Day then the land and house and Barn to go
to them that I Shall order in this my will

2ly I Give and Bequeath to my son John Graves forever all



74 NEW HAMPSHIRE WILLS

my land laying in the Parish of Kensington with the house and
Barn on said land only his mother is to have the improvement as
is above mentioned in Every particular and no other wise and I
Give my Said son John Graves my Chast of Draws and a hang-
ing Cubbard my looking Glass and one Tramill and my loom
and Table and one Kittle

3ly I Give and Bequeath To my son william Graves forever
the one half of my land laying in the Parish of Brintwood in
New hampshire my son william to have the East End so Runing
westerly Carrying the whole Breadth of said land untill it Con-
tains the one halfe of Said piece of land and I Give my Said son
one Bead and Tramill and one Iron pot two Chasts and one Box
and my warming pan and one Bason and one puter platter

4ly I Give and Bequeath to my son Jacob Graves forever the
one halfe of my land laying in the parish of Brintwood the west-
erly halfe of Said piece of land

5ly and I order my wife to bury me in Desent Christian man-
ner and to pay all my Just Debts and I Do Constitute and ap-
point Dea° Jonathan Dow to be my Executor * * * In
Witness whereof I the Said John Graves have hereunto Set my
hand and seal this Eighteenth Day of May anno: Domini: 1757
and in the thirtieth year of the Reign of King George the second

&c

John Graves

[Witnesses] Samuel Clifford Ju% Nathan Dow, Ezekiel Dow.
[Proved Oct. 26, 1757.]

[Warrant, Oct. 26, 1757, authorizing Theophilus Page and
Samuel Clifford, Jr., both of Kensington, yeomen, to appraise
the estate.]

[Inventory, Dec. 22, 1757; amount, £5779- 4- 6; signed by
Theophilus Page and Samuel Clifford, Jr.]

[John Graves, aged 14 years, son of John Graves, makes
choice of his uncle, William Marston of Hampton, yeoman, as



NEW HAMPSHIRE WILLS 75

his guardian March 22, 1758; witnesses, Jabez Smith, John
Smith.]

[Bond of WilHam Marston, with Ezekiel Moulton of Hampton
and Joseph Draper of Kensington, yeomen, as sureties, in the
sum of £1000, April 10, 1758, for the guardianship of John
Graves, minor, aged more than 14 years, and WilHam Graves,
aged less than 14 years, sons of John Graves; witnesses, William
Parker, David Sewall.]



WILLIAM THOMPSON 1757 WINDHAM

[Agnes Thompson renounces administration on the estate of
her husband, William Thompson, in favor of her son, Samuel
Thompson; dated Londonderry, May 20, 1757; witnesses, Sam-
uel Barr, John Barr.]

[Administration on the estate of William Thompson of Wind-
ham, yeoman, granted to his son, Samuel Thompson of Wind-
ham, May 25, 1757.]

[Probate Records, vol. 20, p. 169.]

[Bond of Samuel Thompson yeoman, with Samuel Barr and
James Wilson, yeoman, both of Londonderry, as sureties, in the
sum of £500, May 25, 1757, for the administration of the estate;
witnesses, William Parker, John Fernald.]

[Inventory, attested May 15, 1759; amount, £1184. 10. o;
signed by Samuel Barr and James Wilson.]

[Account of the settlement of the estate; receipts, £1184.
ID. o; expenditures, £1459. 3. 3; allowed March 12, 1760.]



76 NEW HAMPSHIRE WILLS

—WALKER 1757 CONCORD

[Isaac Walker, aged about 16 years, being fatherless, makes
choice of Joseph Hall of Rumford as his guardian ; dated Rum-
ford, May 21, 1757.]

[Elizabeth Walker petitions for the appointment of Joseph
Hall as guardian of her son, Isaac Walker; dated Rumford,
May 21, 1757.]



WILLIAM JENKINS 1757 GREENLAND

In the Name of God Amen I William Jenkins of Greenland in
the Province of New Hampshire Yeoman being in Health * * *

Item I give & bequeath to Mary my beloved wife the use and
Improvement of that part of my Dwelling House & Cellar which
I now Improve for her Sole use during her natural Life and I also
give her two Hundred weight of good Pork Six Cord of good
firewood hald & Cut at her Door Six Barrells of Cyder to be
Deliverd & put into her Cellar or deliverd to her Order yearly
fourteen Bushells of Indian Corn and as many apples as She
Shall have Occasion of for her own use all these to be deliverd to
her Yearly during her natural Life by my Son William in Con-
sideration of what I herein give to him I also give my Said Wife
One good Cow to be at her Disposal and also the support of
Said Cow Summer and Winter to be well kept by my said Son
all the year so long as she Shall keep Said Cow for her own use
& shall live in my Said House I also give her all the Goods &
Effects which she brought to me and were her own before our
marriage together and all the money and Bills of Credit which I
shall leave.

Item I give & bequeath to my Daughter Allice Grove the
Sum of Ten pounds old Ten"" I having given her already her full
Portion & part of my Estate

Item I give and bequeath to my Daughter Mary Ayres the



NEW HAMPSHIRE WILLS ']']

Sum of One Hundred Pounds old Tenor I also give her my Bed
and all the Beding & Furniture belonging I also give her One
good Cow & six Sheep the Said Hundred pounds to be paid with
in two Years after my Decease by my Said Son — and the Bed
Cow & Sheep to be Deliverd Immediately after my Decease and
it is my will that the said Sums herein given to My Said Daugh-
ters shall be Equal in value to the Respective Sums herein given
to them at this time —

Item all the Rest & Residue & Remainder of my Estate Real &
Personal both in Possession and Reversion with the Remaind"" &
Reversion of the Real Estate herein given to my wife I give &
Devise to my Son William Jenkins his Heirs and assigns and also
Constitute & appoint him my Said Son to be Sole Execuf of this
my Last Will and Testament hereby ordering him to pay all my
Debts funeral Charges & all the Legacies aforesaid and my mean-
ing is that he shall have all Money & bills of Credit due to me at
my Decease & not in my House but that which Shall then be in
my House I give to my wife as aforesaid and I Do hereby Re-
voke all other wills by me heretofore made In Witness whereof
I have hereunto Set my hand & Seal the 2'y^ Day of May 1757

willam Jenkens

[Witnesses] W"" Parker, Samll Weeks, John Furnald.
[Proved Nov. 27, 1765.]

[Bond of William Jenkins of Greenland, with Winthrop Pick-
ering of Newington as surety, in the sum of £500, Nov. 27,
1765, for the execution of the will; witness, William Vaughan.]



JEREMIAH FLANDERS 1757 SOUTH HAMPTON

[Mehitabel Flanders renounces administration on the estate
of her husband, Jeremiah Flanders, May 24, 1757, in favor of
her son, Jeremiah Flanders; witnesses, Richard Collins, Chris-
topher Gould.]



78 NEW HAMPSHIRE WILLS

[Administration on the estate of Jeremiah Flanders of South
Hampton, yeoman, granted to his son, Jeremiah Flanders of
South Hampton, yeoman. May 25, 1757.]

[Probate Records, vol. 20, p. 181.]



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