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Mason
Hillsborough County, New Hampshire

The old meetinghouse in Mason.

Old Records and Documents
Tax Rolls, Statistics, Doctor's Journal

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FIRST TAX LIST, 28 JANUARY 1769
from Hill's "History of Mason, 1868," page 61-62 (alphabetized)

WEST SIDE

John ASTEN
William BADCOCK
Nathaniel BARRETT
Joseph BARRETT
William BARRETT
Joseph BULLARD
Widow BURGE
Corneilus COOK
Zachariah DAVIS
Amos DEACON, BARRETT (?)
John DUTTON
John ELIOT
Johnathan FOSTER
Isiac HOLDEN

Nathaniel HOSMER
John JEFTS
Benjamin KING
Capt. Amos LAWRENCE
Ens Enoch LAWRENCE
Enosh LAWRENCE, Jr
Richard LAWRENCE
Samuel LAWRENCE
Stevens LAWRENCE
Mr. Will LAWRENCE
David LOWELL
David LOWELL, Jr
Joseph LOWELL
Moses LOWELL

Dennis McLAIN
Joseph MERRIAM
Lieut. Obediah PARKER
Nathen PROCTER
Josiah ROBBINS
Thomas ROBBINS
John SWALLOW
Edmond TOWN
Joseph TUCKER
Ruben TUCKER
Josiah WHEELER
Aaron WHEELER
Nathan WHIPPLE

EAST SIDE

Ruben BARRETT
Nathaniel BARRETT, Jr
Ebenezer BLOOD
Joseph BLOOD
Jason DUNSTER
Elias ELIOT
Oliver ELIOT
Hannah ELIOT, widow
Eliezer FISH

James HALL
Nathan HALL
Joseph HERRICK
Jonathan JEFTS
Mary JEFTS, widow
Thomas JEFTS
Jabez KENDELL
John LEONARD
Elizabeth POWERS, widow

Abel SHEDD
Nathaniel SMITH
Lemuel SPAULDING
Edmund TARBELL
Nathaniel TARBELL
Samuel TARBELL
Capt. Thomas TARBELL
James WEATHEE
Jonathan WILLIAMS

MASON STATISTICS ~ CENSUS YEAR AND POPULATION


Is There a Doctor in the House?

The following photograph is from Dr. William Barber's Journal located at the Mason Historical Society room. You can see a biography of Dr. Barber on the Mason Biographies Page. Dr. Barber had a page in his journals for each of the families he visited. I found two journals there, however there are three loose indexes, which indicates a third journal. I used a camera to photograph some of the original pages, then made photocopies from the photographs.

The photo below is from one of Ebenezer FLAGG's pages with entries for 1815 & 1816. Note the names Clarisa, John, Eliab, and Eunice, as well as "for your wife." What were these medicines? What possible illnesses were they for? If anyone can help me with the medical terms, I would sure love to hear from you! [Please put "Mason Medicines" in the subject line.]

 

How can one ancestor cause so much TROUBLE??

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