|Birth||1643||Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, USA|
|WILL||1706||Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, USA|
|The will of Francis Page of Hampton, 1706|
"In the Name of God Amen The last Will and Teastiment of ffrancis Page of Hampton in the Province of New Hampshere in New England Who being aged and Weak of Body.
Imprimis I give and bequeath unto Merabah my welbeloved wife two load of good marchble Hay a yeare to be delivered att Home or twentie shilling of mony a yeare which she please to be payd by son ffrancis page during Her Naturall life or to Her day of Marriage: And she is to Have the use of all my pastures att the lott Com'only So called that is now in possestion during her naturall life or to Her day of marriage: Also the use and improvement of my Right of the saw mill hereafter given to my son Joseph page so long as she live : As also the use of one End of my Dwelling House Where I now live which End she please so long as she live : As also the use of that End of my lott where sayd House stand taking the whole Bredth so ffar as Robert Moultens so long as she live As also the use and improvement of all the land and mash that I give hereafter to my son Joseph page untill sd Joseph arive to the age of twentie one years And then she is only to Have the use of ffive acres of mash by goodman ffullers : And I give and bequeath to my sayd wife all my stock of Cattell of all sorts Whatsoever and all my moveable and Household stuff and impliments of Husbandrey all within dors and without Excepting only what I shall hereafter dispose of in this my last will All ffor Her disposing off according to Her descretion so it be among my Childring:
It: I give and bequeath unto Samuel Page my Welbeloved Son all the land meadow and mash ground for the which I Have given Him a Deed of gift under my Hand and Seall already It being ffor his Portion although sayd gift should not be Recorded according to law yitt I do here Confeirm the sayd Deed of gift by this my law will I also give him half my Right in the sawmill
It I give and bequeath unto ffrancis page my welbeloved Son my Dwelling House where he now liveth and all that lott where sayd House standith being ten acres more or lass which was some time William Marstons of Hampton senior With all the out Houses standing there upon and ffrute trees growing upon the same the sayd lott is lieing and being betwene the lott of Christepher page and the lott of Ensgn Samuel Marston : I also give unto the sayd ffrancis page five acres of Salt mash adjoyning to Christepher pages part of that I bought of William ffuller : And also ffive acres of ffresh meadow that I bought of Nathaniel Boulter lieng westerly of the mill Brook in the West Meadows Commonly so Called : As also two shears of mash ground in the litell River Mashes All which land meadow and mash ground he the Sayd ffrancis Page have now already in his Possestion I also give unto the Sayd ffrancis Page All my Right of land in the north devition And Half a sheare in the Cow Common with all Rights and privelidgis belonging to Half a sheare of the sd Common as it lieth now in Common. I Also give and bequeath unto him the sayd ffrancis page A Certaine Parsell of Meadow and upland that was Some times Jefery Mingies lieng over the mill Brook above sayd being in all five acres More or less lieng on the Right Hand of the way goeing to Abraham Draks lieng between land some times Thomas Wards now in the possestion of Abraham : Drake And bounded with the above sayd Mill Brooke on the East or Easterly : all to Him and his Heiers ffor Ever He paying unto his mother all what I Have ordred Him to pay as above sd in this my last will & Teastiment.
It I give and bequeath unto Joseph Page my welbeloved son all that land where I Now live that was some times John Redmans And now in my Possestion Reserving only fortie Rod att the Corner next Peter garlands Hous which I dispose of other ways I Also give unto the sayd Joseph page all the Houses there upon standing to Injoy one End att he age of twentie one years and the other after his mothers decease but he the sd Joseph is not to Injoy all the land that was John Redmans untill after his mothers decease as before mentioned I also give unto the sayd Joseph page all that my lott of upland and swamp that was sometimes William fullers lieng between the land of John ffuller on the East or Easterly and West or Westerly the land of Peter Garland in part and the land of Thomas Crosbey in part be the same Eight acres More or less as it is so bounded I also give unto the sayd Joseph page my ffresh meadow att the springs Commonly so Called being Sixe acres more or less lieng between the meadow of Samuel Marston and Thomas Nudd I also give unto the sayd Joseph page five acres of salt mash that I bought of William ffuller lieng next ffrancis pagis on the westerly side ffrancis pages I also give to sd Joseph page The one Half of a sheare of Cow Commons in Hampton with all Rights belonging to Half a sheare of sd Common as it lye in common now to Him & his Heiers:
It: I give and Bequath unto my welbeloved Daughters (viz) Lucy Robey the wife of Icabod Robey: Susanah Bachilder the now wife of Benjamin Bachilder Meribah Tilton the now wife of Samuel Tilton & Rebeckah Page my pece of ffresh meadow lieng near Pine Island to be Equally devided between them And my will is that lucy Robeys part of sd meadow After Her decease Is to goe to Her now Daughter Lucy Robey If she be liveing if not to the next Eldist Child that she Have liveing att her Darth : And if any of my other Daughters dye without Children there parts of the meadow my will is shall goe to my son Samuel Pagis Eldist son then liveing And my will is ffurther that the acre of meadow that I bought of Nathll Boulter And the meadow and upland on the left Hand of the way goeing to Abraham Draks that was some times Capn Husseys my Executors I give them full power to seel part or all for the paying my Just and Honist Debts and if that be not Enough I give them ffull power to Sell any part of my stock of Cattell to pay what is wanting---
And my will ffurther is that wheras my Son Samuel Page is to pay twentie five pound to me or my order that he build a House for that upon the fortie Rod of land I Reserved by Peter Garlands And my two sons ffrancis page and Joseph page to build two Chimlys of Brick in the middle of sayd House and one End of sayd House I give to my Daughter Rebeckah page the other to my granchild Lucy Robey and the fortie Rod of land wher it stand to be Equally devided between them I also give to my Daughter Rebeckah page one Bed & all the bed cloths there unto belonging
It I give unto my two daughters Meribah Tilton & Rebecka page one shear of the Cow Commons as it lieth now in Common And to Rebecka ten bushells of Endien corn a yeare after Her mothers decease So long as she live unmarried to be payd by my Son Joseph and francis is to put the chamber att the East End of the House in good Repayre and Rebacka to have it So long as She live unmarried and ffrancis to find Her : sixe cord a wood a yeare after Her mothers decease till she is married I give to my son Joseph page a pece of fresh meadow lieng over the mill Brooke Commonly so Called be the Same more or less lieng on the left Side or Southerly Side the way.
And I do constitute and appoint my trustie and welbeloved sons Samuel page Samuel Tilton and Benjamin Bachilder to be my Executours them or Either of them to this my last will and teastiment as witnes my Hand and seale this fourteen day of November in the yeare of our Lord : One thousand Seaven Hundred and sixe and in the fift yeare of the Reigne of our Soveraigne lady Anne by the grace of God Queen of Greatt Brittaine france and Ireland defender of the faith : &c
Senior His mark [seal]& X Seale
francis page senior did Signe seale and declared this Before written to be his last will and teastiment in pressence of us witneses:
Samuel Chapman, Thomas Crosbie, Susanah Knowls, and Henry Dow [Proved Dec. 2, 1706.]
|Death||1706||Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, USA|
|Burial||Pine Grove Cemetery, Hampton, Rockingham, NH, USA|
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|Person ID||I1351||Smith Smyth Schmidt Smythe Smitt|
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|Family||Meribah Smith, b. 1643, Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, USA d. Nov 1706, Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, USA (Age 63 years)|
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