The New Hampshire Genealogical Record: An Illustrated Quarterly Magazine Devoted to Genealogy, History, and Biography : Official Organ of the New Hampshire Genealogical Society, Volume 2

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George W. Tibbetts, 1905 - Registers of births, etc
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Page 21 - How lov'd, how honour'd once, avails thee not, To whom related, or by whom begot ; A heap of dust alone remains of thee, 'Tis all thou art, and all the proud shall be ! Poets themselves must fall, like those they sung, Deaf the prais'd ear, and mute the tuneful tongue.
Page 4 - ... the said terme of five yeares happen to accrewe arise & growe oute of or upon the said sixe hundred acres of land, be it more or lesse, and of the Seas and Rivers therevnto belonging, or by trading, fishing, Setting & Setling of the same landes & tenements, or any parte of them, or by any other Industrie waies or...
Page 2 - Pomerie, their heires and assignes, shall and will this present yeare, at their owne proper costes & charge, find prouide and send, three men more, in the good ship called the Prouidence of Plymouth aforesaid, yf they maye be so sonne gotten, Or in some other shipp wth the first expedicon that maye be, To be also (by god his permyssion) landed in Newe England...
Page 188 - EPITAPHS FROM GRAVEYARDS IN WELLESLEY (FORMERLY WEST NEEDHAM), NORTH NATICK, AND SAINT MARY'S CHURCHYARD IN NEWTON LOWER FALLS, MASSACHUSETTS, WITH GENEALOGICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES.
Page 7 - Revolution, 1775 and 1776; and in the ship of War Ranger, Capt. John Paul Jones, 1777 and 1778. Member of the Convention for the adoption of the Constitution of the US Deacon of the Cong. Church in Dover from 1790. Humble and devout, sincere and upright, benevolent, faithful and consistent, his life was an illustration of the Christian Patriot. With Intelect unclouded, and a Faith which had sustained him through long infirmity, he died July 25, 1847, at the age of 101 years; at the end of the 2nd...
Page 3 - Qlnft also of some fitt place, to settle and Builde :some houses or buildings for habitacons, On wch they are to begyn, wth as muche expedicon as they maye, To the lymits and precincts of wch habitacons or buildings soe intented to be there erected, there shalbe allotted, of the landes next thereunto adioyninge, at or before thend of five yeares, next ensuing the date hereof, the full quantitie of Sixe hundred acres of land, or neere thereaboutes...
Page 5 - Thomson his heires and assignes shall haue three partes, And the said Abraham Colmer Nicholas Sherwill, and Leonard Pomery their heires & assignes shall haue th'other foureth parte, And that every of them, shall and will vpon reasonable request, delyuer to th'other a iuste & perfect accompt of his receipts & payments concerning the premisses And for the true performance of all and singuler, the said Covenannts and agreements, either of the said parties bindeth himself to th'other firmly by these...
Page 3 - Jonathan ; wth their victualls and prouisions, To be likewise (by gods permyssion) landed in Newe England aforesaid, the charge of wch two men lastlie mencoed soe to be sent, shalbe equallie borne and paid, betweene the said Dauid Thomson, Abraham...
Page 7 - ... exchange worlds, to enter upon an untried, spiritual, eternal state of being, of which we can form no adequate conceptions. To appear before an omniscient God, to account for the deeds done in the body, all of them, through a long life, is a solemn thing ; I feel it to be so — I have always felt it. But I thank God that I am able to contemplate him as my Father in Heaven. Through Jesus Christ, the mediator, I have hope in his mercy, and a perfect trust in his paternal goodness.
Page 3 - ... vntill the same be divided as aforesaid, shalbe borne and paid betweene the said parties, in this sorte (viz), three partes, by the said Dauid Thomson, his heires and assignes, and the other foureth parte, by the said Abraham Colmer, Nicholas Sherwill & Leonard Pomerie their heires and assignes " " " ITEM, it is farther agreed by and betweene the said parties to theise...

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