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Will - Thomas Pope
Will - Thomas Pope
 
 
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Will of Deacon John Doane
Will of Deacon John Doane
 
 
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Will of Edmund Shearman
Will of Edmund Shearman
 
 
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Will of Edmund Shearman (1641-1719) (pg. 294)
Will of Edmund Shearman (1641-1719) (pg. 294)
From "Some of the descendants of Philip Sherman, the First Secretary of Rhode Island" Roy V. Sherman, 1968:

...to make use of for need or to dispose of amongst our children as she shall see cause; but after the death of my said wife: Item. I give & bequeath all that my lands given to said wife with the housing orchards and fencing as above sd unto my two sons Elkanah Shearman & Joseph Shearman and is to be equally divided beginning exactly in the middle at the foot and so to extend to the head with a straight line; and my will is that my son Joseph Shearman shall have the north side with the housing that is on it, and shal be and remain to my two sons Elkanah Shearman & Joseph Shearman and to their heirs and assigns forever.

Item. I give and bequeath to my son Elnathan Shearman, twelve acres and a halfe of the land which was bought of Thomas Hicks, Scituate, lying and being in Dartmouth all the allowance layd out and surveyed by Benjamin Grant and is bounded as the return of sd survey makes mention and is to be and remain unto said son Elnathan Shearman his heirs and assigns forever.

Item. I give and bequeath unto my daughter Lidia Maxfield seven acres of land in the next division of lands in Dartmouth after eight hundred acres is compleated to the one whole share to be and remain unto her and her heirs and assigns for ever.

Item. I give and bequeath unto my five sons, David Shearman, Nathan Shearman, Natha'l Shearman, Elkanah Shearman & Joseph Shearman all my land lyeing between my said son David __ land and Jonathan Russel's to be equally divided among them my said son David to have the east and my son Nathan next and my son Natha'l next to Nathan and Elkanah next to Nathaniel and Joseph to have the west end, and all to run across the sdland.
Item. I give and bequeath all my salt marsh meadow to my seven sons Samuel Shearman, David Shearman, Nathan Shearman, Natha'l Shearman, Elkanah Shearman, Joseph Shearman & Elnathan Shearman and to be equally divided among them and to remain unto them my sons their heires & assigns for ever.

Item. I give & bequeath all the rest of my undivided lands in the Township of Dartmouth to my six sons David Shearman, Nathan Shearman, Natha'l Shearman, Elkanah Shearman, Joseph Shearman and Elnathan Shearman and to remain unto them their heirs and assigns for ever. And for the performing and executing this my last will and Testament, I make my loving wife my whole and sole Executrix and so for her my said wife Dorcas Shearman to act and perform according to law: In witness whereof I the said Edmund Shearman have hereunto sett my hand and seal thiss Twentyeth day of October, one thousand seven hundred and twelve: 1712.

Seal EDMUND (the mark of) SHEARMAN

Signed, Sealed, Published and Declared by the above Edmund Shearman as his last will and Testament in presence of us the subscribers
George Codman
James Tripp
John Tripp
Proved July 6, 1719. Tauton, Mass. Bristol County Probate Records. Vol. 3; page 565  
 
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Will of Edward Sherman (1726-1804)
Will of Edward Sherman (1726-1804)
 
 
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Will of Francis McGuire 001
Will of Francis McGuire 001
 
 
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Will of John Gregg 001
Will of John Gregg 001
 
 
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WW1 Registration Card - Sanders, Purvy Lavelle
WW1 Registration Card - Sanders, Purvy Lavelle
 
 
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WWI Registration Card - Grosik, George
WWI Registration Card - Grosik, George
 
 
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Zacharias Lewis, Winifred Mustain and children
Zacharias Lewis, Winifred Mustain and children
 
 

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