Deed of settlement of the Northampton Water Works Company, established 1836 Download PDF EPUB FB2
The city of Northampton / n ɔːr θ ˈ h æ m p t ə n / is the county seat of Hampshire County, Massachusetts, United States. As of the census, the population of Northampton (including its outer villages, Florence and Leeds) Northampton is known as an academic, artistic, musical, and countercultural hub.
It features a large politically liberal community along with numerous County: Hampshire. Full text of "History of Easthampton: its settlement and growth; its material, educational, and religious interests, together with a genealogical record of its original families" See other formats.
Full text of "History of Greensboro, Alabama from its earliest settlement" See other formats. Elizabeth D. Walters, research note, MaDEWA park files: "Pennsylvania-Northampton County Land Titles"; Letter, Ashton to Brown, Septem ; Deed Book B, pp. indenture of Septemrecorded October 6,NCE; Trow's New York City Directory, vol.
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On Mahe transferred to the newly established 54th Regiment, Company K, where he was appointed a Captain. This new company was known as the "Carolina Boys.". Letter, Jesse Smith to Hyrum Smith • 17 June Page 59 Letter from John Whitmer • 29 July Page 52 Letter to Emma Smith • 4 June Page 56 Letter from Newel K.
Whitney • 20 April Page 61 Letter from Emma Smith • 25 April Page 35 Letter Deed of settlement of the Northampton Water Works Company Emma Smith • 3 May Page 35 Letter, Thomas B. Marsh and David W. Patten to Parley P. Pratt • 10 May Page - Deed Book, ( vols., index; also on microfilm) - Recorded copies of deeds, listed by date, grantee, Deed of settlement of the Northampton Water Works Company (including wife's name), parties' occupation and general residence, property price.
- Exemplifications of Recorded Instruments in Pennsylvania Land Office, (11 vols., index). The tract, situated between Fishing Creek and Shocco Creek, is “on Alston’s line to Moseley’s line, being part of a tract bought of William Little, Esq., Dec. 3, ” The witness of Isaac’s purchase is his brother Jesse, mistakenly recorded as “Jos.” (Granville Co.
Deed Book C, pp. On the same day Jesse also purchases. Ancestry is the largest provider of genealogy data online. The billions of records they provide have advanced genealogy online beyond imagination just a decade ago.
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Most of these tribes were driven off or reduced to remnants as a result of diseases, such as smallpox. Capt. Preserved Clapp, b. Nov. 23,Dorchester, Mass. Sep. 20,a Northampton, Mass. He lived for 20 years or more at Dorchesster,removed to Northampton, Mass., then a far distant settlement in the western limits of the colony comprising with.
RESIDENCE: Northampton County Deed Book E1, page ; Michael bought land in. Plainfield and Moore townships, Northampton County. RESIDENCE: Northampton County Deed Book F1, page ; they sold the land to. George Gross. RESIDENCE: In or moved to Mount Pleasant Township, Northumberland County.
On June. BATH TOWNSHIP. Of the early settlers of Bath Township there are two families which stand out preeminent - the Hales and the influence of the Hale family during the years subsequent has been stronger and wider felt than that of perhaps any other family in the has been of incalculable benefit, exerted, as it always has been, in behalf of high thinking and clean living.
Nelson Greene's History of the Mohawk Valley: Gateway to the West is a four-volume set covering six counties in upstate New York. This online version is part of the Schenectady Digital History Archive, the local history and genealogy Web site of the Schenectady County Public Library, affiliated with the NYGenWeb, USGenWeb and American History and Genealogy Projects and the American.
Deed* 5 Aug He was granted a deed by John Mark Thames and Mary Abigail Thames on 5 Aug at Conecuh Co., Alabama, C.A. Thames, Sr. from John M & M.A. Thames, Book L, page 13 Deed: 5 Aug He was granted a deed on 5 Aug at Conecuh Co., Alabama, C.
Thames from J. Glass et al, Book L, page 13 Deed. Gumberry, was a settlement bybut the establishment of a lumber company there in by one F. Kell who was also interested in railroads gave a real impetus to its growth.
The Northampton & Hertford R.R. of North Carolina A pass for Mr. J.A. Burgwyn Director N.H.R.R. until Dec. 31st unless otherwise ordered B H Clark President. This company was called the "Rifle Greys," and in accepting his resignation made him an honorary member, and on his return from Texas, inturned out at midnight, in full uniform, with a band of music, to welcome him home—an occasion of which I have a very distinct remembrance, though I was then but six years of age.
He and Aaron Haithcock sold their household goods to John Walden in Northampton County, North Carolina, on 1 January [DB ], and he was a buyer at the sale of John Walden's Northampton County estate between August and June [Gammon, Record of Estates, Northampton County, I]. He was head of a Northampton County household of.
Pennsylvania (Northampton County), Walnutport — St. Paul's Cemetery and Graveyard — Established — The earliest known burial is Wilhelm Best, Nov. 24, The names and locations of more than burials - those with tombstones - are known.
45 men are veterans of wars from the French and Indian through the Korean conflict. I have posted on a small portion of this wonderful book, at the bottom you will find a URL where you can order it.
Descendants of Lawrence and Cassandra Southwick of Salem, Massachusetts This book contains not only the genealogy and descendants of Lawrence and Cassandra Southwick of Salem, Massachusetts, but some historical writings on the Quakers.
The Plymouth company had the northern portion. The company was authorized to govern the area for 21 years. They had permission from England to impose taxes and coin money.
August, Capt. Henry Challons sailed the Richard with a crew of 29 English to establish a base settlement and site for a colony. The plan was to send additional. The Brattleboro Bookstore stood back from Main Street about twenty or thirty feet.
A warranty deed granted by John Birge to Patty Fessenden for twelve rods of land and the buildings thereon, dated May 7,that concerned the area adjoining north of the Fessenden bookstore, mentions the "Garden" that lay in front of his bookstore. InFrederick purchased land in Marion Co., IN (Darlington, "Marion Co IN Records, Miscellanea", ).
28 Feb. Frederick Hartzell: acres, Twp 15N Range 3E, E 1/2 SW 1/4 Sec 31 (Tract Book 18 Jul Apr ). InFrederick was in Marion County, Decatur Township, Indiana, just SW of then Indianapolis. On January 13th,they were sold at auction John M. Bates, Patrick May and Hugh McCann being the commissioners.
The plat (which shows the location of the roads at that time) with the names of the purchasers, is recorded in Book E, page Greene county deed records.
After the sale, the lands were cultivated by the owners, or rented out. Boston Massachusetts History [edit | edit source] Brief History [edit | edit source]. Historical Boston, then only the land of a peninsula, was a faction of the land mass it is today after massive land-fill projects of the mid- to lateth century (the rubble from the Great Boston Fire of help fill in the waterfront) and the annexing of six towns from two counties (as listed above).
The Skaneateles Water Company was organized Augby George Barrow, president; J. Knox, secretary; B. Petheram, treasurer. The supply of water is taken from the lake by pumping. In November,franchises were granted to the Central New York Electric Light and Power Company by the town and village.
The iron works are owned by Messrs, White, Hazzard, Mitchel, Erb, M’Callister & Co.; are of a large size, and constructed expressly to smelt iron, with anthracite coal, by means of the hot blast The water power is supplied from the Lehigh canal of the Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company, and the furnaces, with the blowing and air-heating.
Their settlement was near the present site of Dover, and was the beginning of the present state of New Hampshire. In a charter was granted the Massachusetts Bay Company, and Salem was settled the following year. Boston was founded () by Winthrop and 1, colonists.
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They became a spindle-making company established at Albany Spindle Works, Pellon by Fred and Frank Bairstow. Bairstow Brothers Pawn brokers at Woolshops, Halifax  Bairstow Brothers () Limited When Willis & Bates Limited ceased trading inand the business was taken over by Bairstow Brothers () Limited.
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