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Viewing: Simpson, William, dfl. 1764-1765

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Image of P07_28_03 - Harriman Photograph Collection

P07_28_03 - Harriman Photograph Collection

View of the Capt. Daniel Fernald House (back left) and Peirce-Tuckerman House at 43 Manning Street, corner of Manning Street and Meeting House Hill, Portsmouth, NH. The land of the Fernald House was originally owned by the Pickering family. Thomas Pickering sold the lot to Joshua Peirce in 1733. Pierce sold the lot to Joshua Libby in 1734. The Libby estate sold the house to John Frost in 1739, and Frost sold to William Simpson in 1743. At the close of the Revolution, the house was owned by Capt. Samual Nichols. Daniel Fernald married Nichols' daughter in 1788 and purchased half the house as the other half was his wife's by inheritance. The Peirce-Tuckerman House was built in the 1700s a

Ready Reference Maritime - Book

Indexes for the Port of Piscataqua shipping records prior to 1775. Indexed by vessel name; date; owners; masters; built date; and destination (cleared to = C) or voyage origination (entered from = E).