Genealogy of the Wells Family, of Wells, Maine (Google eBook)

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Press of Burdick & Armitage, 1874 - 81 pages
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Page 37 - The Last Will and Testament of Michael Bunting, of the County of Doniphan and State of Kansas. 1, Michael Bunting, considering the uncertainty of this mortal life, and being of sound mind and memory, do make and publish this, my last will and testament, in manner and form following; that is to say: First.
Page 36 - And it is my desire that this my present Codicil be annexed to and made a part of my last Will and Testament to all intents and purposes.
Page 40 - Ministry, having served his Generation by the will of GOD, he fell on sleep, and (we trust) enjoys a Prophets reward.
Page 33 - First my will is that all my just debts and funeral charges be paid...
Page 27 - I will that all my Just Debts and funeral Charges be paid by my Executor hereafter named in convenient Time after my Decease Item.
Page 34 - East 114 poles to the beginning, containing one hundred and forty six acres be the same more or less. To have and to hold the...
Page 39 - REV. THOMAS WELLS was settled as first pastor of the first church in Amesbury, in 1672 or 1673. Occasional preaching had been enjoyed in the " new town" for ten or twenty years before that time, but he was the first who was recognized as the town's minister. A committee were chosen, May 11, 1672, " to see if they can obtain Mr Weels to be helpfull to us in the work of the Ministry.
Page 20 - In the Name of God Amen. The Eighth day of April Anno Domini one thousand Seven Hundred twenty and five I Andrew Haly of Kittery in the County of York in the Province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England yeoman being very Sick and weak in Body But of Perfect mind and memory...
Page 33 - I give and devise the use and improvement of one third part of all my real estate...
Page 8 - Thomas Wells was one of the earliest English inhabitants of Ipswich. He took the Freeman's oath at Boston, May 7, 1637. He had a house lot granted to him in 1635, on the south side of the river, near where the Stone Bridge now is, and afterwards, in 1638, "planting lands" near

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