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Clarendon, Vermont Land Grants

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The Town of Clarendon, Vermont land grants copied from the New Hampshire Land Grants being transcripts of the Charters of Townships and minor grants of lands made by the Provincial Goverment of New Hampshire, within the present boundaries of the State of Vermont, from 1749 to 1764.

*The Names of the Grantees of Clarenton Viz--	*2-167
Caleb Willard
John Searl
Elijah Arms
Timothy Taylor
Mark Gould
Timothy Pain
Abner Hawkes
William Heaton
Seth Chase
Benjamin Melvin
Orlando Bridgman
Zadock Hawkes
Ebenezer Barnard
Josiah Willard, Junr
Caleb Stone
Jona Oaks
Robert Fletcher, Junr
Gamaliel Bradford
Samuel Frink
John Frink
Ephraim Butterfield
Thomas Frink, Junr
Josiah Willard
Enock Baudwell
Hilkeah Grout
Daniel Arms
Sampson Willard
Timothy Whitney
Ebenezer Alexander
Phineas Wait
Thomas Frink
Ezra Taylor
James Scott
Thomas Butterfield
Oliver Ashley
Thomas Bridgman
Gideon Baudwell
Samuel Wellds
William Arms
John Mackard
Alexander Gordon
Robert Willson
John Waldo Wood
Samuel Marble
David Stone, Junr
Theodore Atkinson, Esq.
Simon Chamberlain
Daniel Murry
Alexander Murry
Joshua Willard
Samuel Gates
Ephraim Dorman
Phinehas Stevens
M. Hg Wentworth
John Cass
& John Wentworth, Esq.
Samuel Simpson
Edward Selfredge
Silvanus How
Jeremiah Whittemore
Robert Fletcher
Ephraim Stone
Colo John Hart
Benning Wentworth

His Excellency Benning Wentworth, Esqr a Tract of Land to Contain Five Hundred Acres as marked B--W-- in the Plan which is to be Accounted two of the within Shares, One whole Share for the Incorporated Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in foreign Parts, One Share for the First settled Minister of the Gospel, one Share for a Glebe for the Church of England as by Law Established, and One Share for the Benefit of a School in said Town--

Province of New Hampsr 5th 1761

Recorded from the Back of the Origional Charter of Clarendon under the Province Seal--

Attested Theodore Atkinson Sery

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