History of Pembroke, N. H.: 1730-1895, Volume 2

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Republican Press Association, 1895 - Pembroke (N.H.)
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Page 28 - Mch., 1718, addressed to Gov. Shute of Massachusetts, asking for a grant of land, are : John, Andrew, Alexander, James, John, William and B. Cochran. William Cochran was one of the original proprietors of Londonderry, NH, in 1722.
Page 180 - Chichester, on the farm now owned and occupied by his great-grandson, Joseph T. Lake, situated on the road leading from the Pine Ground, so called, in Chichester to Pittsficld Village.
Page 208 - Cochran place; m. Hannah Cochran ; and d. 21 Jan. 1800. She was b. 1723, on the passage to America; and d. 13 Apr. 1788. Ch b. in Pembroke: 3. Mary
Page 86 - Nov. 1719; came to Pembroke prior to 1743, having bought of Samuel ╗Gray, July 5, 1742, the southerly half of lot No.
Page 57 - Antipast1) was b. 1 May 1803; m. 1825, Polly Tallant of Canterbury ; d. 16 July 1882. She -was b. 28 Мнг. 1801 in Concord. Ch : 13. Margaret Ann
Page 246 - Suncook voted to build a ferry boat in 1737, the boat was to be kept " against Mr. Joseph Parker's house lot.
Page 28 - Scotland. Among the signers, from the north of Ireland, of a memorial, dated 26 Mar., 1718.
Page 30 - John l) was b. 1740; settled in Pembroke on the fifth range, south of the John M. Kimball place; tn.
Page 332 - Manchester. 1850, May 1, Joseph B. Walker to Elizabeth L. Upham, both of Concord.
Page 208 - William╗. (William1) was b. 1712, and came from Londonderry to Suncook before the incorporation of Pembroke. He...

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