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TOWN OF DERRYFIELD
MANCHESTER, N. H.
A Complete and Exact Transcript of the Records of the Clerks as Written in
the Old Derryfield Book No. 1, pages 28 to 317, Comprising
OF THE PRINTED RECORDS OF THE TOWN
MANCHESTER HISTORIC ASSOCIATION COLLECTIONS.
Edited, with Introduction, Notes and Index by
GEORGE WALDO BROWNE
Editor “ Proprietors' Records of Tyng Township,” “Early Records of Lon
donderry, N. H.”
MANCHESTER, N. H. Published by Authority of the City Councils, under the Auspices of the Man
chester Historic Association.
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CITY OF MANCHESTER.
IN BOARD OF MAYOR AND ALDERMEN.
AN ORDER relating to the printing of the early records of the Town of Derryfield.
ORDERED, That the Manchester Historical Society be and is hereby authorized and empowered to print the early records of the Town of Derryfield commencing with volume one and continuing as far as the appropriation will allow; the copy for the said printing to be made in the office of the City Clerk and the original records not to be removed therefrom; said work to be done under the direction of the Mayor; the expense thereof to be charged to the appropriation for "Manchester Historical Society, for printing early records of the Town of Derryfield.” June 12, 1905. In Board of Mayor and Aldermen. Passed.
EUGENE E. REED, Mayor. A true record. Attest:
EDWARD C. SMITH, City Clerk. A true copy. Attest:
EDWARD C. SMITH, City Clerk.
STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE.
I, the undersigned, Chairman of the Publication Committee of The Manchester Historic Association, to whom has been assigned the task of compiling and editing the Early Records of Derryfield, N. H., the original township of Manchester, N. H., certify that the following transcript beginning with page 17 and ending with page 366 is a true and correct copy of Book No. 1, pages 28 to 317, excepting the title, notes, appendix, and explanatory marks, which have been added by the editor.
GEORGE WALDO BROWNE.
Manchester, N. H., Dec. 12, 1905.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this twelfth day of December, A. D. 1905.
HARRY T. LORD, Notary Public.
The thanks of the editor and the publication committee of the Manchester Historic Association are due to His Honor Mayor Eugene E. Reed, Mr. Edward C. Smith, city clerk, for advice and help, Mr. Samuel J. Lord, city engineer, for the drawing of the map which accompanies this volume, and to all others who have kindly lent their assistance toward publishing these early records of the township of Derryfield, since incorporated as Manchester.
G. WALDO BROWNE,