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Bridport, Vermont Land Grants

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The Town of Bridport, Vermont land grants copied from the New Hampshire Land Grants being transcripts of the Charters of Townships and minor grants of lands made by the Provincial Goverment of New Hampshire, within the present boundaries of the State of Vermont, from 1749 to 1764.

*The Names of the Grantees of Bridport (Viz)	*2-239
Ebenezr Wiswall
James Carlyle
Elisha Smith
James Brown
Luke Brown
Thomas Stearns, Junr
Edward Rayment
Ephraim Wheeler
Archld Campbell
James Tilford
Joseph Bill
John Fisk, 2d
Jacob Smith
Tyrus Rice
Samuel Rice
Benja Fisk
Nathan Perry
Samuel Rice
Elijah Morton
Ephraim Doolittle
Thomas Watson
Joseph Wiley
Henry Ward
Ebenezr Stearns
Jonathn Rolf
Saml Brown
Simon Stevens
David Moore
Henry Quincy
John Dennie
Peter Jones
Jona Ozling
Nathan Baldwin
Peter Goulding
Richard Stowers
Joseph M'Crackin
Ignatius Goulding
Josiah Perry
Nathl Moore
Palmer Goulding
Joseph Newmarch, Esq.
John Wason, Junr
Joseph Tilton
Willm M'Farland
Adonijah Rice
Joseph Hastings
Nathl Harington
Thomas Stearns
Elisha Smith
Nathl Stearns
Alexandr Campbell
Johnson Jackson
Duncan Campbell
Joseph Blair
Willm Crawford
Nathl Green
Noah Jones
Nahum Willard
Samuel Brewer
Jacob Hemingway
Timothy Heald
Abel Goulding
James Nevin, Esq.
Danl Tilton &

His Excellency Benning Wentworth, Esq. a Tract of Land to Contain Five Hundred Acres as marked B-W in the Plan, and is to be Accounted two of the within shares. One whole Share for the Incorporated society for the Propagation of the Gospell in Foreign Parts, One share for a Glebe for the Church of England as by Law Established, One share for the first Settled Minister of the Gospell and One Share for the Benefit of a School in said Town--

Province of New Hampsr Octor 10, 1761

Recorded from the back of the Origional Charter of Bridport under the Provce Seal

Attested Theodore Atkinson Secry

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