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INDEX.

Act of Settlement, see Settlement

Act.
Adams, Samuel, admitted, 36.
Admission of inhabitants, see In-

habitancy.

Aldrich, Levi, constable at Little-

ton, N.H., 95.
“Allotters,” meaning of, 19.
Alstead, N.H., warning out in, 1,

98.
Andover, Mass., admission and

inhabitancy in, 37.
Antrim, N.H., warning out in, 97.
Aquidneck, R.I., town compact of,

99.
Arnoll, Edw., 22.
Articles of Confederation of 1672

recognize right of towns to

warn out, 49, 114.
Aspewall, William, fined, 20.
Attleboro, Mass. (1697), vote as to

warning out, 57.
Average wealth of well-to-do people

prior to 1800, 120, 121.
Avoidance of effect of warning out,

116, 117.

Bernardston, Mass., warning out

cases in 1790, 62.
Bill, Dorothie, a widowe, 21.
Billerica, Mass., admission to

inhabitancy in, 35.
Bird, Thomas, 40.
Black, Mr. — , warned out, 27.
Blague, Henry (or William), bonds-

man, 24.
Blesdale, Elizabeth, admitted, 25.
Blore, Jeams, warned out, 84.
Boston, Mass.: admission upon se-

curity, 23; allotments to new-
comers and conditions of inhabi-
tancy, 19-21; church relations
of early settlers, 22; fines im-
posed for entertaining persons
without consent of town, 23, 24;
first case on record of support of
persons admitted, 24; general
order (1659) concerning enter-
tainment of persons not ad-
mitted as inhabitants, 25; liabil-
ity of town for support of persons
admitted, 21; right of common-
age restricted (May 18, 1648),
10; strangers to be reported to
selectmen within 8 days, 22,

23.

Bracton quoted, 5, 6.
Bradford, William, and associates,

receive grant of New Plymouth,

17.
Bradice, Ralph, admitted, 40.
Braintree, Mass., inhabitancy and

warning out in, 34.
Bridge, John, 61.
Bridgewater, Mass., custom of

Bale, Frances, fined, 41.
Balstone, William, 20.
Barrill, George, cooper, 21.
Barron, Jonathan, selectman of

Rockingham, Vt., 2.
Beamsle(a)y, William, 25.
Belfast, Me., warning out in, 102.
Bellingham, Richard, bondsman,

23.
Bellows, Fanny A., daughter;

George and Henry Adams, sons;
Mary, wife of Joseph Bellows,

2, 3.
Bellows, Joseph, and family,

warned out, 2, 3.
Bellows Falls, Vt., 112.
Bennett, John, 86.
Benton, Jacob, and family, warned

out, 1-3.
Benton, Hannah, wife; Jacob, Jr.,

Reynold, and Samuel, sons;
Mabel and Mary, daughters of
Jacob Benton, 1, 2.

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Bridgman, James, 41.
Brooks, Joe, 85.
Brooks, Simon, Jr., selectman of

Alstead, N.H., 2.
Brown, Daniel, constable at Lex-

ington, Mass., 61.
Brown, John, warned out, 43.
Bruff, William, admitted, 23.
Bullock, Henry, 29.
Burges, Francis, 23.
Burrill, George, cooper, fined, 24.

Cabot, John and Sebastian, dis-

covery of North America (1497),
12, 14; receive English royal

grants in 1495, 14.
Cambridge, then Newtowne, ad-

mission to inhabitancy, etc., 30-

32.
Camden, Me., warning out in, 103.
Canton, Mass., on warning out, 58.
Castine, Me., warning out in, 103.
“Caution,” meaning of, 60.
Chapin, Henry, 28.
Chapin, Josiah, 28.
Chapin, ---, deacon, 28.
Charles I, grants Massachusetts

Bay charter, 17; grants New

Plymouth charter, 17.
Charlestown, Mass., admission to

inhabitancy and entertainment

of strangers in, 29.
Charlton, Robert, selectman of

Littleton, N.H., 96.
Chelmsford, Mass., inhabitancy in,

35, 36.
Cheney, William, bondsman, 43.
Child, Saml, caution entered

against, 60.
Chronological table, 122.
Chub, Mercy, warned out, 42.
Chub, Thomas, of Beuerlee, 42.
Church communion and right to

vote in Massachusetts Colony, 8.
Church relations of early settlers,

22.
Cole, Samuell, fined, 20.
Collins, the widow, 39, 40.
Colony and Province of Providence,

see Rhode Island.
Colored persons, Connecticut Act

to prevent the setting up of

habitancy and warning out in,
63-87, 114-115; Settlement Act
(1796), 74-80, 115; provisions

of Act now in force, 82.
Cononicus and Miontinomi, Indian

chiefs, 99.
Cook, Sarah, caution entered

against, 60.
Corbee, Goodman, 84.
Cornnell, Thomas, 20.
Cornwall, Vt., custom of warning

out, 111.
Council, The, established at Plym-

outh, in the County of Devon,
for the Planting, Ruling, and
Governing of New England in

America, 16, 17.
Crowe, Mr. , committeeman

at Yarmouth, 44.
Crown grants and land titles, 11,

12.
Culberson, Jean, warned out, 96.
Cullymore, Isaacke, carpenter,

fined, 20.
Cunningham, Thomas, selectman

of Peterboro, N.H., 96.
Curtice, Isack, 85.
Curtice, Richard, 40.
Cutting, Daniel, and wife, caution

entered against, 60.

Dauenport,--, Lieft:, mentioned,

32.
Davis, Elias, warned out, 103.
Davis, John, 35.
Dedham, Mass., inhabitancy and

warning out in, 32, 33; land

controversy with Indians, 12, 13.
Deerfield, Mass., inhabitancy in, 56.
District of Maine, see Maine.

Commonage, right of, and re-

strictions, 10.
Connecticut: Act against colored

schools, 81; admission upon
surety in, 87; and Indian land
titles, 13; colony law (1659)
on restraint of alienation of
lands to strangers, and warning
out, 18, 114, 115; first warning
out law (1673), 65; franchise in,
8; granted in 1630 to Robert,
Earl of Warwick, 17; history
of land titles in, 11, 12; in-

against, 61.
Dorchester, Mass., inhabitancy

conditions in, 38-43; restriction

of right of commonage, 10, 11.
Doten, Zepheniah, and family,

warned out, 45.
Dudley, Mass., records on warning

out, 58.
Durham, Me., warning out in,

103.
Duxbury, Mass., inhabitancy con-

ditions in, 43.
Dyer, Paul, warned out, 103.

Early colony and state laws as to First Settlement Act, see Settle-

inhabitancy and warning out ment Act.
in Connecticut, 63-83; Maine, First warning out Act in New
104-106; Massachusetts, 46-53; Hampshire (1718), 89; in Ver-
New Hampshire, 88-95; Plym- mont (1787), 106, 107.
outh Colony, 53–55; Rhode Isl. First warning out law in Con-

and, 99-101; Vermont, 106–110. necticut (1673), 65; in Plym-
Eaton, of Thomaston, Me., state- outh Colony (1671), 59.
ment by, 102, 103.

First warning out statute in Mas-
“Eaton's Code” (1655) and pro sachusetts (1692), 51.

visions as to inhabitancy, 87. Fletcher, Timo., selectman of
Effect of warning out, how avoided, Alstead, N.H., 2.
116, 117.

“Followers," meaning of, 6.
Eives, Joseph, 85.

Foote, Good", admitted, 85.
Ellens, Danil, 41.

Ford, Timothy, admitted, 29.
Ely, Samuel, admitted, 28.

Foreigners and inhabitancy in Con-
Endecott, John, charter member necticut, 78.

of the Massachusetts Bay Col- Foule, Thomas, admitted, 21.
ony, 17.

“Frankpledge,” meaning of, 5, 6.
Enfield, Conn., order regarding Free fishing and fowling, right of, 10.
sale of land, 84.

Freedom of the community, see
England, admission to inhabitancy Inhabitancy.

on same conditions as in New Fryar, Nat., bondsman, 24.
England, 26, note* ; legal in- Fundamental articles of agreement
habitancy in, 9; poor relief in in Woodbury, Conn., 86.
mediæval, 7, 8.

“Fundamentals,” The, so called,
English: civil institutions and law, of Connecticut, 63, 64.

basis of, 6; common law and Funnell, Mrs. —-, 41, 42.
warning out in New England,
4, 5; local and municipal devel- Galloppe, John, 20.
opment traced, 6, 7,

Garish, Nathaniel, selectman of
Estabrook, Capt. Joseph, 60.

Durham, Me., 104.
Everson, John, warned out, 37. Gates, Sir Thomas, and others, re-
Examples of warning out, see ceive patent for Colony of Vir-
Warning out.

ginia, 16.
Exeter, N.H., on inhabitancy, 88; General Court of the Massachusetts

practice of warning out in, 97, Colony, orders and laws of the,
98.

regarding inhabitancy and warn-

ing out, 46–52.
Fair(e)ban(c)k(e), Richard, 19, 20. Generall Lawes & Liberties of the
Family history greatly aided by Province of New Hampshire

town records of warnings out (1638) on the exclusion of
and the statutes by which they strangers, 88.
were authorized, 117.

Gilbert, Sir Humphrey, 12, 14;
Fees to town officers produced by receives patent from Queen Eliz-

the process of warning out, 111, abeth, 15; takes possession of
112.

Newfoundland, 15.
Finch, Mrs. of West Chester, Gilbert, Jno., 24.
87.

Gilford, William, brikelayer, ad-
First case: of support by town of mitted, 23.

Boston of person admitted, 24; Gillam, Robert, marryner, ad-
of warning out in New England, mitted, 20.
23.

“Giving the freedom of the city,"
First great poor law in England, 8. effective meaning of, 9.

61.

84.

Gleison, Thomas, warned out, 31, Holmes, Debora, refused admis-
32.

sion, 32.
Gorges, Sir Ferdinando, 16.

Holyoke, Elizur, bondsman, 28.
Gorham, Me., warning out in, 102. House ownership very desirable for
Gornell, John, bondsman, 40.

admission to inhabitancy, 22.
Gosnold visits Massachusetts Bay Howes, Mr. —, committeeman
(1602), 15.

of Yarmouth, 44.
Governor and Company of the Hoyden, James, admitted, 29.

Massachusetts Bay in Newe- Hudson, Charles, statement as to
England, 17.

warning out in Lexington, Mass.,
Grants of land by towns, 18.

60-62.
Greene, Peter, 41.

Hudson, William, fined, 20.
Greenefield, Mr. — , 20.

Hull, Elizabeth, wife of Roberte
Greenfield, Mass., warning out H ull, 22.
cases in, 62.

Hull, Richard, carpenter, 20.
Gregg, Hugh, selectman of Peter Hutchinson, Ralph, fined, 24.
boro, N.H., 96.

Hutchinson, Richard, warned out,
Groton, Mass., inhabitancy and

warning out in, 33.
Guilford, Conn., decision on sale Illustrations of warning out, see
or purchase of land, 84.

Warning out.
Gunn, Thomas, 86.

Immigration into New England,

a cause of the warning out
Haddam, Conn., warning out in, practice, 121.

Indian deeds and original land
Hadley, Mass., inhabitancy and titles, 12, 13; wars (1675) and
warning out in, 37.

warning out, 50.
Hall, Isaac, 28.

Inhabitancy: and warning out, 8;
Harmon, Daniel, of Standish, conditions of admission to, 18, 19;
warned out, 103.

early colony and state laws, 46-
Hart, John, fined, 24.

55, 63-83, 88-95, 99-101, 104-
Hartford, Conn., orders as to re 110; historic basis of, 5; implies

ceiving or warning out new right to lands and commonage,
comers, 83.

10; legal, in England, 9; right
Hartford, Vt., practice of warning and obligations of, in Boston,
out in, 111.

19-23; Connecticut, 63-87;
Harvard, John, and others, ad Maine, 101-106; Massachusetts

mitted as inhabitants in Charles towns, outside of Boston, 26–37;
town, 29.

New England, 4-19; New
Harwood, Thomas, bondsman, 23. Hampshire, 88–98; Plymouth
Hatch, Ansal, selectman of Little Colony, 37–46; Rhode Island,
ton, N.H., 96.

99-101; Vermont, 101–113.
Haverhill, Mass., all new-comers Inhabitants of other States than
warned out in, 60.

Connecticut, statutes concerning
Hayden, William, 86.

admission of, 78-82.
Heard, Edmund, and family,
warned out, 2, 3.

Jackson, John, fined, 43.
Henniker, N.H., warning out in, James I, gives Virginia patent
96.

(1602), 16; charter to “The
Henry, John, 56.

Council established at Plymouth,
Hickock, Nath'l, 85.

in the County of Devon, for the
Hims,--,widdow, warned out, 40. Planting, Ruling, and Govern-
Hodge, Ann, caution entered ing of New England in America”
against, 61.

(1620), 16.

Johnson, James, warned out, 103. Man, Kezia, caution entered
Johnson, Peter, the Dutchman, against, 60.
20, 21.

Maps and charts, early, of Ameri-
Jordan, Samuel and Jedediah, can coast, 14, 15.
warned out, 103.

March, Abigail, Hannah, Prudence,

and Sarah, children of Samuel
Keniston, Mrs. --, admitted, 32. and Tabatha March, 112.
Kettle, Richard, mentioned, 29. March, Samuel, wife and children,
Kidder, Saml., constable of Al warned out, 112, 113.
stead, N.H., 1, 2.

March, Tabatha, wife of Samuel
Knight, Elijah, selectman of Rock March, 112, 113.
ingham, Vt., 113.

Marcy, Moses, Esq., 60.

Marshfield, Mass. (1664), on in-
Lancaster, Mass., cases of warning habitancy and warning out, 55.

out in 1791, 2, 3; forms of warn Marten, Thomas, warned out, 84.
ing out used in 1671, 56; in- Mason, Captain John, 16; vested

habitancy and warning out, 33. rights of, 14.
Land, restraint of alienation of, Massachusetts: early colony and
18, 19.

state laws regarding inhabitancy
Land ownership and inhabitancy and warning out, 46-53; first
in New England, 11.

warning out statute (1692), 51,
Land titles in New England, origin 114; Settlement Act (1793), 55,
of, 10-17.

114; warning out cases in 1794,
Lane, Op’tunitie Lane, 43.

52, 53, 114.
Langham, Mary, 24.

Massachusetts Bay charter granted
Length of time warning out was by Charles I (1629), 17.

effective and practised, 114-116, Massachusetts Colony, right of
120.

voting in, 8, 9.
Lewes, John, fined, 23.

Mawer, William, 20.
Lexington, Mass.,warning out in, 60. Maxfild, Clement and John, 39.
Littleton, N.H., practice of warning Maynard, John, and family,
out in, 95, 96.

warned out, 2, 3.
Long, Joseph, 40.

Medfield, Mass., inhabitancy and
Lyall, Francis, admitted, 20.

warning out in, 34.
Lynn, Mass., orders of warning Medford, Mass., custom of warn-
out in, 59.

ing out in, 57.
Lyon, Petter, 41.

Me(i)lton, Mass., mentioned, 40,

41.
MacKentiah, Martha, of Reading, Merrifeild, Henery, 41, 42.
warned out, 58.

Merrye, Water, 22.
Mackintosh, Archable, and family, Middleboro, Mass., inhabitancy
warned out, 61.

conditions in, 38.
Mackreth, Reginald, from Liver- Miller, Simon, 86.

pool in Nova Scotia, warned Ministers, settlement of settled and
out, 45.

ordained, in Maine Act of Settle-
Mahoney, Mrs. - , and child, ment, 105; in Massachusetts
warned out, 59.

Act, 53, 116, 117.
Mahoone, Derman, fined, 24, 25. Miontinomi, see Cononicus.
Maine: and land titles, 14; Con- Morgan, Quartus, selectman of

stitution of, October 29, 1819, Rockingham, Vt., 113.
104; Settlement Act (1821), 104, Morse, John, admitted, 29.
105, 115; town settlement, in- Moses, John, 85, 86.
habitancy, relief of poor and Muddy River, 21; (Brookline) a
warning out in, 101-106, 115. "peculiar,” 49, note *.

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