|Posted By:||E. Elkins|
|Subject:||Re: Rocky Point location in Exeter, NH 1670's|
|Post Date:||January 09, 2013 at 16:36:32|
|Forum:||New Hampshire Genealogy Forum|
It came from the first [town] records of the town of Exeter, NH
"A Division of the uplands from the cone against Rocky poynt to the Creeke next on this side of Mr Hiltons"
It references the owners alotted acers, starting w/"Stanjon".
And, needless to say, until I find out where that "Rocky poynt" is located, I can't figure out where my ancestors owned property in Exeter.
You could probably get a copy of the first records
(Ms Page 5, Part 1)from the Exeter Historical Society.