Town Papers. Documents Relating to Towns in New Hampshire Volume 13

Town Papers. Documents Relating to Towns in New Hampshire Volume 13

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1884 edition. Excerpt: ...Libbey William Berry Joseph Jenness Henry Elkins Nathan Towl Jonathan TowlJun' Samuel Elkins Nicholas Dolbeer The petition was not granted. Nathan Goss was " allowed to take his seat."----ED. Benjamin Libbey In a petition dated March 24, I761, James Philbrick stated that his son Jonathan was in the province service as a private under Capt. Jeremiah Marston in the expedition against Canada in I760; that he was taken sick at Crown Point. He asked for an allowance to pay for getting him home, and for the services of Dr. John Weeks of Hampton, which was granted to the extent or 4, 10s. sterling.--ED. In a petition dated Feb. 4, 1761, Jonathan Towle stated that his son Joseph was in the province service under the command of Capt. George March, in the expedition against Canada, and died on the way home, and "Everything he had was lost." He asked for an allowance, which was not granted.--En. Nathaniel Marden and Samuel Marden, In the year 1775 ware sick eight or ten days and Samuel Marden died being in the American servis and under Doctor hall Jacksons Care and the nursing of Samuel Marden 0--18--0 and Nathanel nursing 1-0-0 Nathanel Marden Witness-T. Marget he(r marden Abraham Libbee,, k They were in Capt. Joseph Parsons's company, Wingate's regiment.--ED. We the Subscribers Dwe in List in the american Servis Vnder Mr Nathaniel Rand for oueir Captain or Lefnt To Nicklos Gilman Esq' tresuery of the State of New hampsher, Ples to Pay my wagers to Jeremiah Lock Esq' as they shall Becom Due to me as a Contnental Solger and you will Sir. Please to pay Ben I.-i or order all that is due to me I having been a Soldier in the 3' New Hampshire Reg' Value Received, Witness my hand his William X...show more

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