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Fulham, Vermont Land Grants

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The Town of Fulham, 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 Fullum (Viz)

His Excellency Benning Wentworth, Esq., a tract of land to contain eight hundred acres which is to be accounted two of the within mentioned shares and laid out and bounded as within mentioned. One whole share for the Incorporated Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in foreign parts. Another whole share for the first settled minister of the Gospel in said town. Finally, the last whole share for a glebe for the ministry of the Church of England as by law established. Also, Sampson Willard.

Recorded from the back of the original charter for Fullum on this 27th day of December in 1753.

Theodore Atkinson, Secretary

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