[p. 55] as they have Occasion orderly That is the first that comes first served—There will also be Occasion for the Well for every one that lives in the brick house the which we do accordingly so order—there will also be Occasion for drift ways through Several of the aforementioned parts both in the marsh and in the upland the which those of the said children that have necessity thereof are to have that liberty without making any further allowance for the Same the Committee having considered it and made allowance for it already- And also We have laid the Widow's thirds next to the sons very convenient for him that when she leaves it he may have an opportunity to redeem it— Thus with much difficulty we have contrived and divided if his Honr: the Sd. Judge please to confirm it —Memo: It's agreed before signing that the Widows Mrs Prudence swan and Eliza Wade shall have Liberty of ayard at the West End of the Barn where the old pound stood for Yard & Cart ways to the said barn besides the Yards before mentioned &ra
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Officers of Sarah Bradlee Fulton Chapter, D. A. R. For year Ending April, 1902.Regent.—Miss Helen T. wild; Vice Regent.—Miss Eliza M. Gill; Secretary.—Miss Ida L. Hartshorn; Treasurer.—Miss Jessie M. Dins-more; Chaplain.-Mrs. Sarah E. Fuller; Registrar.—Mrs. Emma W. Goodwin; Historian.—Mrs. Elizabeth A. Chaney. Board of Managers.— Mrs. C. Edith Kidder, Mrs. H. Elizabeth Ayers, Miss Emma F. Gill.