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and this Shall Be your Sufocant warrent Ge under our hands and Seal at Derryfield this 24th Day of December 1777

John offe
Benjamin Crombie

Select Men of Derryfield Recorded this 2649 Day of December 1777

David Starret T: Clerk

Hillsborouges to m' James Pairce Constable for the Town of Derryfield

Greeting You are Hereby Required to Warn a Meeting of the freehoulders Inhabitants of Said Town that they meet at their Meeting House the first Day of Janury Next at three of the Clock P: M:.

1-ly to Chouse a Moderator,

2-ly to Draw one man from the Box to Serve on the Petit Jury, at the Next Inferiour Court of Common pleas to be Holden at Amhirst on the first tuesday of Janury Next,

and this Shall be your Sufecant warrent. Dated at Derryfield the 18th Day of December A: D: 1777

by Order of Court

p' David Starret T Clerk

Hillsborough s s Derryfield Janury the 1th 1778

this may Certifi that I have posted this warrent agreeable to the Vote of Said Town

Certified pr.

James Peirce Constable

Hillsborough s s

To James Peirce Constable in Said Town these are to Require you by the authority of the Goverment and people of the State of New hampshire to Warn a town Meeting of the Inhabitants of Said Town Lawfully Quallesied to Vote in Town Meetings to assemble and meet at the meeting House in Said Town, the first Day of Janury Next at Twelve of the Clock after Noon.

1-ly to Chouse a Moderator.

2-ly to Chouse a man or men to take Care to provide things nessesary for the Suport of Robert McNights family, or any others Dependent upon Said Town Whose Husbands are in the Contenantel Services.

3-ly also to See what the Town will dow with the Money Collected by the Constable off the Sevaral Inhabitants of Said Town, the Money Belonging to another State and now Called in and So not Currant hear which is now in the hand of one of the Select men, and to Dow and act Such other Matters and things nessesary for the benefit of Said Town When meet and this Shall be your Suficen warrant Geven under Oour and Seal this 24th Day of December, AD: 1777

John Goffe
Benjamin Crombie

Select Men of Derryfield Hillsboroug 8 8 Derryfield January the 1tb Day of 1778,

this may Certifi that I have Given Warning to the Inhabitants of Said Town Vearbily

Certified by me

James Pierce, Constable Hillsborough a s

at a Meetin of the freehoulders & Inhabitants of Derryfield held on the 1th Day of January 1778 agreeable to the above warront at their Meetinghouse.

Voted Levin John Hall Moderator of both meetings then voted to ajourn this meetin to Leven John Halls House,

then meet according to ajournment the moderator and Clerk Present and the meeting, Called,

then Drew from the Box John Griffen for Petit Juryor

then Voted on the Second article in the Second Warrent to Chous a man to take care that Robert M Nights Wife & femely be Provided With Such articuls as they Stand Most in need of to the first Monday in march Next and that Said articuls be Precurcod out of the money Voted the 2th Day of april 1777, as a Bounty from the Town, he the Said M Night being one of Said Towns Soulders in the Contenentel Services for three years.

then voted Col. John Goff be the man to provide for Said femely as above, & that he the Said Goff be accountable for the money So Expended by the first Monday in Merch next to the Town

Recorded all the above the 8th of January 1778

David Starret T: Clerk

State of New Hampshire Hillsborough s s

(Seal) To James Peirce Constable for the Town of Derryfield for the Currant year

Greeting You are hereby Required in the Name of the Goverment and people of this State to Warn the free holders & Inhabitants of the Town of Derryfield Quallified by Law to Vote in Town Meetings that they meet at the meeting-house in Said Town upon Monday the Ninth Day of February next at twelve of the Clock at noon. then & there to act on the following perticulars (viz)

1-ly to Chuse a Moderator to Regulate Said Meeting

2-ly to hear articules of Confederation and perpetual Union Read and published by the Continantel Conggress and to approve or Disa prove as the Town shall think Best

3-ly to See if the Town will Give instruttions to their Representetive Concerning framing a New Plan of Goverment for this State and Vote thereon

4-ly to See if the Town Will be at the Charge of the Select Mens finding out the owner of the Unimproved Lands not Blonging to the Inhabitants or What they Will Dow Concerning Said Lande.

and this Shall be your Sufecant Warrant Given Under Our hands and Seal this 26th Day of January Ad: 1778, and Make Return of this Warrant at or before the Said 9th Day of February fore Said.

John Gosse
Benjamin Crombie
Ebenezer Stavens

Select Men

Hillsborough ss Derryfield February the gth Day Ad: 1778,

this May Certifi that I have Posted this Warrant agreeable to the Vote of Said Town

Certified pr Me

James Peirce Constable

Recorded this 10th Day of February 1778

pr me David Starret Town Clerk

State of New Hampshire Hillsborough s s

at a meeting of the freehoulders Inhabitants of the Town of Derryfield Legely Called and Convined on the gth Day of February 1778.

Voted Col: John Goffe Moderator of Said Meeting then Voted to ajourn this meeting to Levin John Halls house

then meet according to ajournment the moderator and Clerk present and the meeting Called, and the articuls of Confederation and perpetual Union published by the Continantel Conggress was Read and Unanamcsly approved by Said Town.

then Voted on the third Articul of the Warrent to Chouse a Committee to Give instruttions to their "Representtive concerning fraiming a new Plan of Goverment for this State, and that Said Committee Consist of Seven men, (viz) William M°Clintok, Col: John Goffe Levin John Hall, John Harvey, David Starret, Esq' Samuel Boyd, and Levin Samuel Moor.

Voted on the fourth Dito, to Sand Leven John Hall to Chester Town Clerk in order to find out the owners of the unimproved Land Recorded this 10th Day of February 1778

pr David Starret T. Clerk

the List of Rates for the unemprovid Land Commeted to James Peirce Constable for the year, 1777 is as followeth (viz) George Peirce Lot in the Sixty Acres Divitions is

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Richard Jaquish is Dito.
Benjamin Smith is Dito.
William Healy is Dito.
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Georg Jeffery Esqr is Dito .
Ebenezer Loveren is Dito
John priscot is Dito
Col. Petter Weare is Dito
Jethro Tilton is Dito.
Jeremiah Sanburn is Dito
Jacob Stanyon is Dito.
Nethaeil Sanborn is Dito.
Joseph Bacheldor is Dito .
Enoch Sanborn is Dito
Capth Joseph Sherborn is Dito .
Jothen Kimbel is Dito
Jothen Dearburn is Dito .
Richard Wibird Esq" is Dito
Captn Henrey Sherburn is Dito.
Stephen Jonson is Dito .
Capt Joshaua Tilton is Dito
Moses Blake is Dito .
Jonethan Plumer is Dito .
Col. Shadrach Walton is Dito
Nathaniel Bachalder Junier is Dito .
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Josiah Bacheldor is Dito .
Eleazer Russel is Dito .
John Hogg, 100 acres is Dito
Robert Clarks heirs is Dito.
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