The History of Haverhill [Massachusetts] (Google eBook)

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Genealogical Publishing Com, Jun 1, 2009 - Reference - 683 pages
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This consolidated volume consists of verbatim abstracts of wills, letters of administration, bonds of administrators, renunciations, and inventories from 1663 to 1766, 1792, and 1827 housed in the county Clerk's Office and the Surrogate's Office in Kingston and various other public and private repositories--most of them translated from Dutch originals. Each abstract gives the name of the testator, the date of the will, the names of all persons mentioned in the will with their relationship to the testator, and the date the will was proved.
  

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Contents

CHAPTER I
17
CHAPTER II
23
CHAPTER III
27
CHAPTER IV
30
CHAPTER V
35
CHAPTER VI
55
CHAPTER VII
70
CHAPTER VIII
91
CHAPTER XVII
265
CHAPTER XVIII
286
CHAPTER XIX
302
CHAPTER XX
320
CHAPTER XXI
340
CHAPTER XXII
362
CHAPTER XXIII
426
CHAPTER XXIV
450

CHAPTER IX
113
CHAPTER X
123
CHAPTER XI
130
CHAPTER XII
148
CHAPTER XIII
179
CHAPTER XIV
204
CHAPTER XV
234
CHAPTER XVI
260
CHAPTER XXV
471
CHAPTER XXVI
490
CHAPTER XXVII
513
CHAPTER XXVIII
532
CHAPTER XXIX
547
CHAPTER XXX
615
CHAPTER XXXI
652

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About the author (2009)

Mary Chase was a newspaper reporter, playwright, and novelist. Her best-known play, "Harvey, was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

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