Genealogical and Family History of the State of New Hampshire: A Record of the Achievements of Her People in the Making of a Commonwealth and the Founding of a Nation, Volume 3 (Google eBook)

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Lewis Publishing Company, 1908 - New Hampshire
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refers to ancestor Ebenezer Weston on page 1282. I think it should say Ebenezer son of Thomas, not John. Also, on page 1279, history of John, grandfather of Ebenezer.

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Excellent source of the O'Connor's in New Hampshire. I am a great grandson of Patrick O'Connor.

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Page 1084 - Simon, son of William and Joan (Lyme) Fiske, was in Laxfield, date unknown. He married Elizabeth , who died in Halesworth, June, 1558. In his will made July 10, 1536, he desired to be buried at the chancel end of the church of All Saints, in Laxfield. He died in that town in June, 1538, leaving (living or dead) ten children: Simon, William, Robert, Joan, Jeffrey, Gelyne. Agnes, Thomas, Elizabeth and John. (IV) Simon (2), son of Simon (i) and Elizabeth Fiske, was born in Laxfield.
Page 1099 - In 1653 Robert Proctor, in connection with Richard Hildreth and twenty-seven others, petitioned the General Court for a grant of land six miles square, "to begin at Merrimack river at a neck of land next to Concord river, and so run up by Concord river south, and west into the country to make up that circumference or quantity of land as is above expressed.
Page 1344 - WE whose names are underwritten do here solemnly, in the presence of Jehovah, incorporate ourselves into a body politic, and as he shall help, will submit our persons, lives, and estates, unto our Lord Jesus Christ, the King of Kings and Lord of Lords, and to all those perfect and most absolute laws of his, given us in his holy word of truth to be guided and judged thereby.
Page 1027 - April (1676), the Major was employed about the country business. Settling of Garrisons in towns, and settling of Indians at Concord and Chelmsford, and other business,

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