The Mason Title and Its Relations to New Hampshire and Massachusetts

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Page 3 - Name of the Council Established at Plymouth in the County of Devon, for the Planting, Ruling, Ordering and Governing of New England in America...
Page 11 - William Dudley, Samuel Welles, Thomas Berry, Benjamin Lynde, Jr., Benjamin Prescott, John Read, Thomas Gushing, and Thomas Hutchinson, agents for...
Page 9 - ... settled and established in New Hampshire claimed the land by purchase or inheritance from those who had occupied nearly fifty years without challenge of their title, and although the courts, being of Royal appointment, upheld the Masonian title, the settlers generally refused to pay rents to Mason. ing two sons, John and Robert. Not caring to take up residence in New Hampshire and assume the burden of their father's unprofitable attempts to evict angry settlers and recover the estate by the tedious...
Page 15 - Jotham Odiorne, Jr. was a cousin of the wife of Mark Hunking Wentworth. George Jaffrey was son of a sister of Mark Hunking and John Wentworth. Richard Wibird's sister married a brother of the two Wentworths. Thomas Packer married a sister of the two Wentworths. His second wife was the mother of John Rindge and a daughter of Jotham Odiorne, Sr.
Page 14 - Jr., all of Portsmouth, Thomas Wallingford of Somersworth, and Thomas Packer of Greenland.
Page 4 - Capt. John Mason, John Cotton, Henry Gardner, George Griffith, Edwin Guy, Thomas Wannerton, Thomas "Eyre, and Eleazer Eyre, on the other part.
Page 3 - ... Journal of the Committee of Observation of the Middle District of Frederick County, Maryland, and of Extracts from the Carroll Papers appear in the March number of the Maryland Historical Magazine. There is also an unsigned article on the history of the Second Regiment, Maryland Volunteer Infantry. The Mason Title and Its Relations to New Hampshire and Massachusetts, by Otis Grant Hammond; The Hornbook and Its Use in America, by George A. Plimpton ; Historical Notes Relating to the Second Settlement...
Page 14 - Massachusetts. 13 14 tripartite agreement, and the parties of the second part wishing to simplify the case by eliminating Mason, the entail was properly docked in the New Hampshire courts in 1746, a syndicate was formed, and on July 30 of that year Mason deeded his province for 1,500 to Theodore Atkinson, Richard Wibird, John Moffatt, Mark Hunking Wentworth, Samuel Moore, Jotham...
Page 8 - Ma** great grace & favour from ye oppression of their neighbours," he offered to the King for the support of Lieutenant-Governor Cranfield in New Hampshire one fifth of all the rents, revenues, and other profits arising "as well in that prt of...
Page 12 - ... that the Lords would certainly look upon it in no other light than as an Artifice, trumpt up to puzzle & perplex the great Cause; And therefore, as it was uncertain how long it would be before we should be able to bring things to an Issue, we judg'd it unnecessary to keep him here at a certain...

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