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not saide rhoad is alloud and laied out three Rhouds wide laid out by us

Daniel me Niell
Willem Parham
Nathaneal Boyd

Sellect men

Recorded thies 3 dy of Desember: 1751

pr me John Hall town Clark:

Derry field November ye 27: 1751

then laied out a higway or tow Rhoad for the use and Benifiet of said town begining a bout 40 Rhods to ye north of robort andrsons houes at a pine tree marked H then runing northrly by mark trees to to the Eaiest eand of the oke hill Sow Caled then northrly by marked trees to the town line to the wast end of Bushnels hill or as near to said marked trees as good grouend will allow not said Rhoad is alloud and laid out three Rhoudes wide laid out by us

Daniel Mc Niell
Willem Perham
Nethaneal Boyd

Sellect men

Recorded thies 3 dy of Desember 1751

pr me John Hall town Clark

Derry field November ye 27 1751

Wee the subscriberes Do Promies and Ingage to Give free and Clier all the Land that is Taken up in Rodes led out By the Sellectmen in the town that gowes throw our Landes to the ferriey or Elles Wher or tow the milles wothout Eaney Cost or Charges to the town of Derry field

Benjem Stiepenes

Benjemen Hedeley Recorded thies 10 dy of febuary: 1752

pr me John Hall town Clark

Octobor the 25 1751 The Selectmen of Derryfield met and Laied out a Rhoad Begining at a brige known by the name of gilises brige Runing betwen gilieses Houes and hovel and then runing by marked trees Straight as Cane by the trees now marked to the Eallwife falls over said Brook

Nathaneal Boyd
William Parham
Elizer Wells
Daniel mac Niell

Sellectmen

Recorded thies 25 d' of february 1752

Pr me John Hall town Clark

then Beegining at mickell m°Clintos one the Eaist Sied of the houes where the fence is marked then runing to a Stump marked then straight to ablack Chirey tree then straight as the treeas is marked into the Eall wifefalls into the rhoad be fore mineshenod not this is in exchainge for a rhoad formorly laid out throughe mikel mac Clintos and nathaneal boydes Lande

Nathaneal Boyd
William Parham
Elizer Wells
Daniel mo Niell

Sellectmen

Recorded thies 25 day of february 1752

pr me John Hall town Clark

Derry field Desember ye 10 1751—

then led out a higway for the use of the town aforsaid Beginen at the Ell-wife falls then acros the Wastwater to the saw mill then beginning at the for mineshenod Ell wife falls runing by marked trees throw John Houges land wher they formlay past a bout 40 Roudes to ye north of a brige which isinsa houges land then a Cros mathow Ramesy by marked trees on the north Sid of a whit Pine swamp to the Cornore tree Betwixt William gambeles land and the said Ramiesy

Lot which is a whit Eash then from thence By marked trees a Crose the 18 Lote and 17 Lote then a Crose Broukoup land in waltore mac farlands land then by marked trees into a rhoad In John Hall Land to the south of said Hall houes or as near to said marked trees as good ground will allow

Noet Said rhoad is alloued and Laid out three Rhoudes wid laid out By us

Nathaneal Boyd
Daniel mac Niell
Williem Parham

Sellectmen

Recorded thies 22 dy of febuary 1752

pr me John Hall town Clark Derry field Desember ye 25 1751 To the Selectmen of Derryfield Gent

We the subscriberes being a Comitee Chosen by the town of Derryfield to Examine and alow the accompts of Mr John Hall that we should find Justly Due to him for his obtaining a InCeorpration for said town we Have set upon that affair and upon a crittcal Examinaton of the accoumptes of said John we find that he has Expended in mony and time at a resonable or Rather modrate alowance amounts to the sume of two Hundred and fifty one Pounds old tenor and accordingly we a judge it Highly Resenable that he should Have the sa Sume with all possable Expidition Certifyed by us the day and year above

Willieam mc Clinto
John Goffe
William Parham

Commitie men Recourded pr me

John Hall town Clark

Province of Newhampshire To Robort Anderson Connstable for the town of Derryfield Greeting

you are Herby Recquired in his majestyes name to warn all the free holders and In Habitants qualifyed by Law in the

town of Derryfield that they meet at the houes of m' John Hall In holder in said town upon the first mondey in march nixt at ten of the Cloke in the fore noon then and ther to acct one the follong Perticulares (viz)

1ly to make Choice of a moderator 2ly to Chuse all ther town officers for the Present year

3ly to see if the town will Raise money for to pay for Priching and how much

4ly to see How much money they will Raise to Defray other Charges that may aries for this yeair

5ly to see if the Town will Bulde a Pound and where they will bulde it

6ly to see if the Highway work be Doun by aret (a writ) for this Present year and how much money they will Raies for to repair the highwayes in this town for the Present year

And this shall Be your suffient warrant given under our hands and seeals this tenth day of february—1752*

William Perham
Nethaniel Boyed
Daniel m° Niell

Selectmen

Recourded pr me

John Hall town Clark

at a mietien of the freeHoulders and In Habitants of the town of Derry field held March ye 2: 1752 agribel to the fore gowing warnin

1ly Vouted Esqr John Goffe modrator 2ly Vouted John Hall town Clark

3ly Vouted that ther Be three select men for this yiear and now mor

*The year 1752 marks the establishment by the British Parliament of the Gregorian or “New Style” of computing time. Hitherto the year had begun among the Protestants with March 25, the Julian Year, or “Old Style,” though the Catholics, under the introduction of Pope Gregory XIII., had followed the new way for 170 years.-Ed.

4ly Vouted John Goffe Archibald Stark Alex mo murphy Selectmen

5ly for Cunstable Thomas Gore

6ly For Survryers of highways Abraham mirill John Riddell John Hall

7ly for tithingmen mikell m°Clinto William Tagart 8ly for Invoice men samull martain moses Willis 9ly for Howards thoms Gilles Ebizniser Stivenes 10ly for Dear Keepers William Parham Banjmin Hidley

11ly Commesioners for assessments to Examine the selectmens acoumpts William Parham Nathaniel Boyd

12ly For Culler of staves Banjmin Stivenes

13ly for survayeing of Boords Plank Joyst & timber Abraham mirill

14ly for fence veres William moClinto Moses Willes

Vouted one the third artickel in the warent one Houndred Poundes for Priching old tenor for thies yiear

Vouted John Ridiell Nathaniel Boyed a Commitey to provied Priching for thies yiear

Vouted one the forth artickel in the warent twountey pounds old tenour for to Defray the town Charges thies yiear

Vouted that the Be oun Pound for thies present yiear
Vouted that the Pound Be buelt at moses Willes

Vouted that the high ways shall be Repaired as the Law
Directs
Recourded pr me

John Hall town Clark

Province of Newhampshire To thomas Gorge Cunstable for the toun of Derry field Greeting

you are Herby Recquired in his majestyes name to warn all the free houlders and other Inhabitants Qualified by law in the town of Derryfield that they meet at the Houes of Obiell Barker Lette of thies town decsed upon monday the twentyeth of this instant at three of the Cloke in the afternoon then & there to acct one the folloung Perticuloures

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