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Ann and Abraham Trefethen of New CAstle, NH
Posted by: Carol White (ID *****2487) Date: December 31, 2009 at 12:05:20
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It appears from the deeds I transcribed below (not word for word as you can see) which I found in the Rockingham County, NH, Courthouse, that Ann is a daughter of Abraham and the husband of Elizabeth is a brother of Ann. My main interest in is knowing what Ann's connection is to the Vennard family and also who the other three siblings are. thanks.

Carol White

0258 – 0453 VENNARD, WILLIAM JR. – ALLEN PORTER 5 JAN. 1829

William Vennard, Jr., of New Castle, guardian of Ann Trefethen of New Castle for $45 sell to Allen Porter all of Ann’s interest in a lot of land in New Castle. It being one undivided 5th part of said lot bounded northeasterly by the Piscataqua River, southeasterly by land of John Tarlton and others, southwesterly by land of Eben. Yeaton, Thomas Foye and others, northwesterly by land of said Foye, Ephraim Amazeen and the heirs of Thomas Bell Esq. deceased. Signed: 5 Jan 1829

0258 – 0454 TREFETHEN, BETSY – ALLEN PORTER 5 JAN 1829

Betsy Trefethen sells to Allen Porter for $40 her 1/5 share of the above land. This land being 1/5 part of said lot as left to my late husband by his father Abraham Trefethen Jr., deceased
Signed 5 Jan 1820 Elizabeth Trefethen


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