Our Family Genealogy (Google eBook)

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Press of Case, Tiffany, 1851 - 16 pages
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Page 8 - James Morgan, Mr. Tinker and Obadiah Brown, are chosen to seat the people in the meeting house, which they doing, the inhabitants are to rest silent.' Minutes from the Record. "In 1661, he was one of a committee of the General Court to lay out the bounds of New London, 'on the east side of the Great River.' "In 1662, he was one of a committee to contract for 'building a house for the ministry
Page 7 - London plantations to the General Court at Hartford, May Session, 1657, and was repeatedly returned to his seat in that grave and important assembly in after years.
Page 7 - ... it is Graunted by this Courte, that they shall bee freed from all publick Country charges, (except such as are occassioned by themselues,) for the space of three yeares next ensuing : It is allso Graunted, that the bounds of the plantation of Pequett shall be foure myles on each side the Riuer, and six myles from the sea northward into the Country...
Page 8 - James Morgan, aged about 50 years, testifyed vpon oath before this Court,

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