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" ... 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... "
The Mason Title and Its Relations to New Hampshire and Massachusetts - Page 9
by Otis Grant Hammond - 1916 - 21 pages
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Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, Volume 26

American Antiquarian Society - Electronic journals - 1916
...as in that other prt hitherto unjustly detained from your Ma*" and myself by у" Gov"' & Comp" of y^ Massachusetts Bay"; and he also surrendered to the...Allen, a merchant of London, by a deed dated Apr. 27, 1691. In this deed these towns are mentioned as being within the Masonian bounds: Portsmouth, Hampton,...
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The Town Proprietors of the New England Colonies: A Study of Their ...

Roy Hidemichi Akagi - Indians of North America - 1924 - 348 pages
...two heirs, not caring for the land, sold in 1691 the entire province of New Hampshire, together with Masonia, Mariana, Isle Mason, and Laconia, for 2,750 to Samuel Allen, a London merchant. Only 1,250 of the purchase price was ever paid and thus was started the long Allen...
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