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1645-1656, Portsmouth records

Portsmouth (N.H.)

1645-1656, Portsmouth records

A transcript of the first thirty five pages of the earliest town book, Portsmouth, New Hampshire

by Portsmouth (N.H.)

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Published by Polkinhorn] in [Washington, D.C .
Written in English

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  • Portsmouth (N.H.) -- History -- Sources

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    Other titlesTranscript of the first thirty five pages of the earliest town book, Portsmouth, New Hampshire., Portsmouth records 1645-1656.
    Statementwith notes by Frank W. Hackett.
    GenreSources.
    ContributionsHackett, Frank Warren, 1841-1926.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii,76p. ;
    Number of Pages76
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15968946M

    The second reception of the sons and daughters of Portsmouth, resident abroad, July 4, Also, an account of the high school re-union, July 5, and the great praise meeting on Sunday, July 6 by Portsmouth (N.H.) FP8P88 Portsmouth records by Portsmouth (N.H.) and Hackett, Frank Warren, docs-holt-mcdougal-algebrachapter-resource-book-wipdf Janu Filetype: PDF | views.

    mayor's account book, , cover is part of charter party between William Reynolds, William Haukes and Isaac Taylor, part owners of the Mary of London, and William Stanley of Southampton, for conveyance of a cargo of salt, mid 17th century. - finances ships trade: SC5/4/ Petty Customs books, - Hackett, Frank W., PORSTMOUTH RECORDS, orig pub , 76pp, very good+, red buckram cloth (hardcover), A TRANSCRIPT OF THE FIRST THIRTY FIVE PAGES OF THE EARLIEST TOWN BOOK PORTSMOUTH NEW HAMPSHIRE WITH NOTES.

    William CARPENTER ( - ) was Alex's 11th Great Grandfather two ways through his daughter Abigail and through his son Joseph. He was two of 4, in this generation of the Shaw line. William Carpenter was born in Wiltshire or Berkshire, England about His parents were William CARPENTER Sr. and Alice [__?__]. He married Abigail. mayor's account book, , cover is part of charter party between William Reynolds, William Haukes and Isaac Taylor, part owners of the Mary of London, and William Stanley of Southampton, for conveyance of a cargo of salt, mid 17th century. - finances ships trade: SC5/3/


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