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Viewing: Sherburne, Joseph

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MS022 B01 F02 - William Badger, receipts

Receipts primarily for shipbuilding, lumber and related supplies. Several receipts are from Jacob Wendell. 1806 William Badger to Jacob Wendell for bricks 1807 William Badger to Joseph Akerman 1808 Jacob Wendell to Captain William Badger and Jacob Wendell for oakum 1809 William Badger to Daniel Pierce 1809 Benjamin Butler to William Badger for transport to Nottingham and Newmarket 1812 John Langdon to William Badger for "pasturing cows and oxen" 1813 Capt. William Badger to Jacob Wendell for boards 1813 William Badger to Jacob Wendell 1813 Capt. William Badger to Jacob Wendell for boards 1826 Kelly Shannon to William Badger

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MS107 B02 F39 - Sherburne Plains Indenture

Indenture between Joseph and Thomas Sherburne and John Sherburne. Indenture is a lease of land, farm and a house at the Plains in Portsmouth which Joseph and Thomas are part owners of. Dated February 4, 1739/40.

S0411 - Langdon Deeds, 1803-1840

This collection of Portsmouth area deeds (S0401-S0445) includes deeds from all the following families plus others. The majority of the deeds are from Portsmouth. Other towns included are Greenland, New Castle, Newington, Piermont, Northwood, Wakefield, Gilmanton, Durham, Goffstown and Rye, NH. Islands included are Jackson's Island and Leach's Island. Families cited include: Abbot, Adams, Akerman, Atkinson, Ayer, Banfill, Brackett, Beck, Brewster, Butler, Cate, Cheever, Claggett, Clarkson, Colbath, Cotton, Dearborn, Dennett, Dow, Eldridge, Edmonds, Fisher, Fernald, French, Furbor, Goddard, Goss, Greeley, Hale, Hall, Ham, Harris, Hart, March, Haven, Hight, Hill, Huse, Huske, Jackson, Jaffrey, J

S1076 - New Hampshire Provincial Oath

New Hampshire Provincial Oath 1727 "taken by the Civil, Military and Ecclesiastical officers in New Hampshire, on the accession of George II." Document outlines religious beliefs. Individual signers are noted in the People field.