SIMON MARSTON OF HAMPTON "IN PROVINCE OF NEWHAMPSHIRE" GRANTS BENJAMIN SMITH "A PIECE OF MEADOW" IN HAMPTON "BY ESTOMATION TWO ACRES AND A QUARTER" DESCRIBED IN THE DEED. New Hampshire Colonial Deed.
SIMON MARSTON OF HAMPTON "IN PROVINCE OF NEWHAMPSHIRE" GRANTS BENJAMIN SMITH "A PIECE OF MEADOW" IN HAMPTON "BY ESTOMATION TWO ACRES AND A QUARTER" DESCRIBED IN THE DEED.
SIMON MARSTON OF HAMPTON "IN PROVINCE OF NEWHAMPSHIRE" GRANTS BENJAMIN SMITH "A PIECE OF MEADOW" IN HAMPTON "BY ESTOMATION TWO ACRES AND A QUARTER" DESCRIBED IN THE DEED.

SIMON MARSTON OF HAMPTON "IN PROVINCE OF NEWHAMPSHIRE" GRANTS BENJAMIN SMITH "A PIECE OF MEADOW" IN HAMPTON "BY ESTOMATION TWO ACRES AND A QUARTER" DESCRIBED IN THE DEED.

Hampton, New Hampshire: 28 February 1723. Folio sheet, folded to [4] pp. Entirely in manuscript on first two pages, signed by Marston with red seal remnant. Old folds, some fore-edge wear, Good+.

"When Simon Marston was born on 10 October 1683, in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, British Colonial America, his father, Sgt Ephraim W. Marston, was 29 and his mother, Abiel Sanborn, was 30. He married Hannah Carr on 26 January 1705, in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, British Colonial America. They were the parents of at least 3 sons and 2 daughters. He died on 4 May 1735, in Hampton Falls, Rockingham, New Hampshire, British Colonial America, at the age of 51" [family search online]. Item #37454

Price: $175.00

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