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Growth of the town Census returns 1767 to 1775 Tax payers 1762
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Abiel Foster annual meeting appointed Archelaus Asa Foster Ayers Benjamin Benjamin Blanchard Blanchard Born Canterbury Boscawen Buildings gone built bury Capt Center Charles church Cogswell committee Concord Continental Army Credited Canterbury Daniel David Foster early Ebenezer Elder Emery Enlisted Aug Enlisted Sept Ezekiel Morrill farm Forrest Freewill Baptist George Gerrish Gilmanton Glines Hackleborough Hampshire Henry highway Hill Hill's Corner home lot inhabitants Jeremiah Clough John John Glines John Lyford Jonathan Joseph Ayers Josiah June Kezer Kimball land later license Lieut Loudon Lyford March meeting house Merrimack County Merrimack River minister Moses Mustered in Dec Mustered in Sept N. H. State Papers Nathaniel Northfield P. O. address Pickard preaching proprietors records regiment Richard Blanchard road Samuel Sanborn Sanbornton Sargent school district school house selectmen settlers Shakers Shepard Signed association test society tavern Tax list Thomas Clough town meeting town voted Train Band