Division of Lots
Copy of the old records of the town of Duxbury, Mass.,
from 1642 to 1770 : made in the year 1892.
Plymouth: Avery & Doten, book and job printers, 1893,
[Transcribed by Dave Swerdfeger]
PROPRIETORS OF THE COMMON LAND.
1712. Proprietors book marked B. 1712-1728.
DUXBURROUGH June the 16th Anno Dom 1712. At a meeting of the proprietors of the Common land and meadow belonging to the East division in the Commons of the town of Duxburrough, which Common land and meadow was ordered by said town to be divided, and laid out, at a meeting of said town bearing date January 30th Anno Dom 1709-10, and which said Common land and meadow is now in and partly belonging to the town of Duxbury, and partly to the town of Pembrook. The said proprietors chose John Wadsworth their clerk, and Voted that any persons which judged themselves to be wronged by being left out of the list for dividing the above said Commons, the salt meadows belonging thereto being already laid out and disposed of, said persons may apply themselves to the Committee appointed for making said list, who may consider them, and satisfy them out of the undivided upland, if they see reason, and if it appears they were wronged as above said. They also voted that Mr. Thomas Loring should have forty acres of land, viz Of the said undivided land, on account of the farm which he bought of Samuel Wadsworth in Duxborrough, provided the above said Committee allowed of it, the said Loring quitting all other rights and claims in the above lands, viz, Common or undivided land and meadows, and in all the first division of Commons in said Duxborrough Anuo 1710 excepting his own single share in said division. The proprietors also chose Capt Seth Arnold, Lieut. Francis Barker and Mr. John Partridge, a Committee in their behalf to agree with Lieut. Saml. Bradford about the right of his father Major Wm. Bradford in said Commons. The proprietors also voted that when the upland in the 3d Commons, shall be laid and bounded, and lots are to be drawn for the same, that two shares shall be put into one lot, which shall belong to two men equally in whose behalf the said lot shall be drawn. On the 16th of June the said proprietors met together to draw their lots in the above said salt meadows which were laid out, and bounded, which said lots were drawn, and fell as followeth-
The first lot was drawn by Capt. John Alden, and fell to Mr. David Alden, Benjamin Alden, Saml. Alden, John Alden an Jonathan Alden.
The second lot was drawn by Capt. Thomas Barker, and fell to Thomas Barker, James Barker, Saml. Tubbs, Thomas Pierce and Elisha Barker deceased.
The Third lot was drawn by Thomas Southworth, and fell to Mr. Edward Southworth, Thomas Southworth, Constant Southworth, Benjamin Southworth and John Southworth.
The Forth lot was drawn by Samuel Bartlet and fell to Saml. Bartlet proprietor of the farm of Mr. Wiswell, dec, Wm. Sprague, Benjamin Bartlet Jun, and Joseph Bartlet.
The Fifth lot was drawn by Mr. Saml. Seabury, and fell to Saml. Seabury, Joseph Stockbridge, Joseph Rogers, John Boney and Francis Rogers.
The Sixth lot was drawn by Capt. Seth Arnold, and fell to Capt Seth Arnold, Edward Arnold, Benjamin Arnold, Saml. Delanoe Sen., and Samuel Delanoe the 3d.
The Seventh lot was drawn by Caleb Samson, and fell to Josiah Holmes, Caleb Sampson, John Holmes, Wm. Holmes and David Samson.
The Eighth lot was drawn by John Wadsworth, and fell to Abigail Wadsworth, John Wadsworth, George Williamson, Francis Barker Junr, and John Pierce.
The Ninth lot was drawn by Saml. West, and fell to the proprietors of the farm of Phillip Delanoe dec, Robert Sanford, Saml. West, Pelatiah West and Saml. Delanoe the 2nd.
The Tenth lot was drawn by Aaron Soule, and fell to Josiah Barker, Josiah Soule, Ichabod Wadsworth, Aaron Soule and John Simons deceased.
The Eleventh lot was drawn by Thomas Parris, and fell to James Partridge, Lambert Despard, Thomas Parris, Isaac Oldham and James Magoon.
The Twelvth lot was drawn by John Weston, and fell to Elnathan Weston, John Weston, John Delanoe, Thomas Hunt and Samuel Weston.
The Thirteenth lot was drawn by Benjamin Peterson, and fell to John Peterson, Joseph Peterson, Benjamin Peterson, Joseph Soule and Saml. Chandler.
The Fourteenth lot was drawn by John Simons Sen., and fell to John Simons Senr., John Simons Jun, Benjamin Simons, Joseph Simmons and Joshua Simons.
The.Fifteenth lot was drawn by Jonathan Peterson, and fell to Saml. Thomas, Thomas Howland, Nehemiah Randall, James Bishop and Jonathan Peterson.
The Sixteenth lot was drawn by Isreal Silvester, and fell to Israel Silvester, Thomas Loring, Benoni Delanoe and Widow Hudson.
The Seventeenth lot was drawn by Abraham Booth, and fell to Abraham Booth, Elias Magoon, Isaac Pierce, Timothy Stetson and Ebenezer Bishop.
The Eighteenth lot was drawn by Joshua Soule, and fell to Joshua Soule, Isaac Peterson, Isaac Stetson, Ichabod Samson and Abraham Samson.
The Nineteenth lot was drawn by Wm. Brewster, Sen., and fell to Wm. Brewster Sen., Miles Standish, Nathaniel Brewster, Josiah Wormal Sen., and Josiah Wormal Jun.
The Twentieth lot was drawn by Nathaniel Cole Junr, and fell to Nathaniel Cole Sen., Nathaniel Cole Junr. and Ephriam Cole.
The Twenty first lot was drawn by Wm. Brewster Jun, and fell to Joseph Boney, James Boney, Wm. Brewster Jr, Benjamin Brewster and Christopher Wadsworth.
The Twenty Second lot was drawn by Benjamin Bartlet Sen. and fell to Thomas Boney, Benjamin Bartlet Sen., Wm. Bartlet, Ebenezer Boney and Benjamin Prior.
The Twenty third lot was drawn by Caleb Thomas, and fell to Caleb Thomas, Timothy Rogers, John Russell, Thomas Fish and John Magvarland.
The Twenty fourth lot was drawn by Isaac Barker, and fell to Isaac Barker, John Saunders, Abraham Pierce Jun, Samuel Pierce and Hubson Bishop.
The Twenty fifth lot was drawn by Mr. John Robinson, and fell to Mr. John Robinson, Peleg Wiswalle, Elisha Wadsworth and Joseph Tubs, & Mary Wadsworth.
The Twenty Sixth lot was drawn by Mr. John Partridge, and fell to Lieut. Samuel Bradford, Mr. John Partridge, Lieut. Sam1 Sprague, Jonathan Brewster, and the proprietor of the farm of Henry Clark, dec.
The Twenty Seventh lot was drawn by Francis Barker Jun., and fell to Lieut. Francis Barker, Anne Hutson, Saml. Barker, Saml. Hills and Robert Barker.
The Twenty Eighth lot was drawn by John Sprague, and fell to Samuel Fisher, John Bishop, Abraham Pierce Sen., Moses Soule and John Sprague.
The Twenty Ninth lot was drawn by Edmund Chandler, and fell to Joseph Chandler, Junr. Benjamin Simons, and John Glass.
The Thirtieth lot was drawn by Benjamin Chandler, and fell to Phillip Delanoe, James Thomas, John Chandler, Benjamin Chandler, and the proprietors of the farm of Saml. Hunt, dec.
The Thirty first lot was drawn by Nathaniel Samson, and fell to Stephen Samson, Benjamin Samson, John Samson, Ebenezer Warmal and Nathaniel Samson.
The Thirty Second lot was drawn by John Kein and fell to Josiah Kein Sen., Josiah Kein Jun., Mathew Kein, John Kein and Benjamin Kein.
The Thirty third lot was drawn by Thomas Delanoe Sen, and fell to Thomas Delanoe, Sen., Thomas Delanoe Jun., Jonathan Delanoe, Joseph Delanoe and the proprietors of the farm of Ebenezer Bartlet, dec. Recorded pr JOHN WADSWORTH, Proprietors Clerk.
1712. Oct. 6. Book marked B. Page 4.
At a meeting of the Proprietors of the Commons, and undivided lands in the town of Duxborrough and Pembrook, Oct. 6th 1712 The said proprietors voted that Capt John Alden should join with Mr. Joseph Stockbridge and Mr. John Partridge in assisting the Surveyor in laying out the above said Common lands, and also that the said Partridge, Stockbridge and Alden, with the Surveyor, should settle bounds between particular persons lots, and the said Commons. At said meeting Abraham Samson protested against the proceedings of the said Proprietors, and at the same meeting the said proprietors Voted that their clerk shall set up a notification at the meeting house in Duxborrough and Pembrook ten days before their meetings, signifying the occasion of their meeting, which shall be accounted a sufficient warning for their next meeting at any time.
1713. B. Page 5. May 22.
At a meeting of the Proprietors of the Common lands belonging to the towns of Duxborrough and Pembrook, upon the 22d day of May, Anno Domini 1713. The said Proprietors Voted that Capt. Thomas Barker should assist the surveyor in laying out the said Commons, in the room of Capt. John Alden, and by vote, granted to Micheal Ford of Marshfield a small parcel of land adjacent to his salt meadow in Duxburrough, near Green's Harbour, which is now within his fence and taken within his fence for conveniency of fencing his said meadow, said Ford always maintaining the whole of said fence. They also voted to Lieut. Robert Barker Twenty acres of land out of said Commons, to take it up where he shall see cause, his whole share in the first division of the Commons in Duxborrough Anno Dom 1710, not being laid out to him, he quitting his right and claim to Seven acres of land laid out to him in the said first division, and the said Robert Barker took up satisfied therewith. They also voted that thirteen acres of land formerly granted to the said Robert Barker adjacent to the farm where on he now dwelleth, should be in satisfaction for high ways laid out through the said Barkers land by the select men of Duxborrough, partly at his farm where on he now dwelleth, and partly through his land near the Brick Kilns, and the said Barker took up satisfied there with. At said meeting the said Proprietors also voted that their surveyor should lay out to Thomas Prince at the head of his lot, about two or three acres of land, provided lie will grant as much of his land to the town of Duxbury, adjacent to the meeting house, to be a perpetual Common for a training field &c. The said proprietors also voted as much to be Common near the meeting house in Pembrook, and that their surveyor should agree with said Prince about the premises. At said meeting Abraham Samson Sen., demanded forty acres of land, in behalf of his son Abraham, which he saith, should have been laid out to him in the first division. At said meeting the said Proprietors, voted that; persons that have any part of said Commons within their fences, or improvements, might have the same laid out to them for their share, or part of their shares in said Commons, they agreeing with the surveyor and agents for laying out said lands, concerning the quantity and quality thereof, and also any narrow strips or parcels of land joining to any persons land, and lying in a form not convenient for a lot in said division, may be laid out to such persons if they desire it, and the surveyor with the Agents, for laying out, judge it best, and most convenient for the whole. At said meeting, The said Proprietors voted, and ordered, that no person whatso ever, might cut any wood, timber or under brush upon the said undivided Commons, or any part thereof, till the same be all laid out, and lots drawn, and persons enjoy their respective lots, on the same penalty by our Province law ordered against persons trespassing on the lands. of others, and empowered, and authorised the agents, that assist the surveyor in laying out the Commons, to inspect that matter, and to prosecute in said Proprietors behalf, all such as shall transgress said order. Benoni Delanoe protested against all the actings of said proprietors, at said meeting. Errata Page 2 line the 23d for Abagail Wadsworth, read, the proprietors of the farm of John Wadsworth, dec. Page 3d line 36 for Mary Wadsworth, read the proprietors of the farm of Joseph Wadsworth dec.
1712. Jan. 16. B. Page 7.
Where as the proprietors of the common and undivided lands belonging to the towns of Duxborrough and Pemhrook, at their meeting, bearing date of June the 16th Anno Dom 1712, did vote, and order to be laid out to Mr. Thomas Loring, forty acres of land of said commons and undivided land, for the reason, and on the conditions mentioned in the said vote or order, provided the committee chosen to determine who have a right in said commons, see reason to allow of it. We the subscribers being said committee, upon some consideration, do give our opinion, and allowance as followeth—viz. That said Thomas Loring have laid out to him Forty acres of land of said commons, the surveyor having respect to the quantity and quality of said land, viz. That the said Forty acres be as good and equal in worth to a forty acre lot, viz, a middling forty acre lot belonging to the first division of said commons, which was laid out Anno 1710. SAMUEL BRADFORD. FRANCIS BARKER. SAMUEL SPRAGUE.
1713. Nov. 21. B. Page 7.
Duxborrough November 21st. 1713. Where-as the proprietors of the common lands belonging to the towns of Duxborrough and Pembrook; did at their meeting June 16th 1712, Vote and order to be laid out, to Mr. Thomas Loring, Forty acres of said common lands, provided the committee chosen to determine who have a right in said common lands, should see reason to allow of it, and the said committee upon consideration, did give their opinion and allowance that the said Thomas Loring should have laid out to him Forty acres of common land, having respect to quantity and quality of said land, that it might be equal in worth to a middling Forty acre lot of the first division. Wherefor, at the request of said Thomas Loring, We whose names are here unto subscribed, have laid out, and bounded unto said Thomas Loring, Fifty six acres of land which we judge to be equal in worth to a middling Forty acre lot of said first division, which said Fifty six acres of land is bounded as followeth, viz Begining at the North corner of the Sixty acres lately laid out to Lieut. Samuel Bradford, being small red oak marked with stones about it, and from thence the North East end thereof is bounded by the Old County road, 30 poles in breadth to a stump with stones about it, by the South side of said old County road, and from thence the North west side thereof, ranges South 53 degrees Westerly 149 Pole to a stake and stones, and from thence, the South west end rangeth South 37 degrees Easterly, 76 pole to a pine tree marked, and from thence, the South east side thereof rangeth North 53 degrees Easterly 109 pole, to a stake in the range of the aforesaid Sixty acres of said Lieut. Bradfords, and from thence bounded by said Sixry acres, unto the small red oak marked, first mentioned. JACOB TOMSON. JOHN PARTRIDGE.
1713. Dec. 11. B. Page 9.
At a meeting of the proprietors of the common and undivided lands in Duxborrough and Pembrook-- Dec. 11 Anno Domini 1713 for drawing the lots of the last division of upland and swampy land in said townships, except Cedar Swamps. The lots fell as followeth-
The sixty six and sixty seventh lots fell to Capt. Seth Arnold and Saml. Delanoe Senor.
The ninty first and the hundred and sixty seventh lots fell to Elisha Wadsworth, and the proprietors of farm that Elisha Wadsworth lives on--
The seventy fifth, and the hundred and fifteenth lots fell to Lieut Samuel Bradford and Joseph Tubbs.
The twenty ninth and seventy sixth lots fell to James Partridge and Wm. Holmes.
The hundred and thirty eighth, and the hundred and fifty fifth lots fell to Deacon Seabury and Josiah Holmes.
The eighty second, and the hundred and thirty second lots fell to Benjamin Bartlet Senr. and William Bartlet.
The ninty fifth and hundred and fourth lots, fell to Joseph Chandler 2d and George Williamson.
The seventy eighth and hundred and twelvth lots fell to Thomas Bonny Sen., and Ebenezer Boney dec.
The forty ninth and fifty seventh lots fell to Benjamin Peterson, and Joseph Soule.
The fifty ninth and seventy fourth lots fell to Saml. Bartlet, dec, and Benjamin Bartlet Jun.
The seventy third and hundred and Sixty fifth lots fell to Deacon Brewster, and Miles Standish.
The twelvth and ninty second lots fell to the proprietors of the farm of Ebenezer Bartlet, dec, and Thomas Delanoe Jun.
The forty seventh and forty eighth lots fell to John Partridge and Jabez Barker.
The fifty fifth and fifty sixth lots fell to Wm. Brewster Jun., and Ebenezer Wormal.
The hundred and thirty seventh and the hundred and sixty first lots fell to Israel Selvester, and Joseph Bartlet.
The twenty eight and ninty seventh lots fell to Saml. Sprague Sen., and Nathaniel Cole Senor.
The thirty fourth and hundred and sixty eighth lots fell to Josiah Wormal Jr, and James Boney.
The thirty third and hundred and fiftieth lots fell to Josiah Wormal Sen., and Joshua Soule.
The seventh, and hundred and fifty eighth lots fell to Benjamin Samson, and John Samson.
The thirteenth and nintieth lots fell to John Holmes, and Saml. Sprague Jun.
The first and hundred lots fell to Capt. John Alden and John Sprague.
The hundred and twenty third and hundred and twenty seventh lots, fell to Jonathan Delanoe and Jonn Magfarland.
The fifth and sixty third lots, fell to Abraham Samson Jr and Benjamin Southworth.
The eighty eighth and ninty eighty lots fell to Job Randal, and Edward Arnold.
The forty sixth and hundred and fortieth lots fell to Josiah Soule, and Ephriam Cole.
The sixteenth and seventeenth lots fell to Jonathan Peterson and Elnathan Weston.
The hundred and third and hundred and ninteenth lots fell to Jonathan Alden, and Isaac Stetson.
The hundred and twenty second and the hundred and twenty fifth lots fell to Stephen Samson, and Lambert Despard.
The eightieth and eighty seventh lots fell to Constant Southworth and John Southworth.
The hundred and forty first and the hundred and forty second lots fell to Phillip Delanoe, and Benjamin Simons.
The hundred and forty ninth and the hundred and fifty second lots fell to John Delanoe Sen., and Benjamin Arnold.
The hundred and seventeenth and hundred and twenty six lots fell to John Simons Seer and John Simons Jr.
The eighty third and eighty fifth lots fell to Isaac Simons, and Samuel Delanoe 3d.
The hundred and tenth and hundred and sixteenth lots fell to the proprietors of the farm of Philip Delanoe, dec, and Samuel West.
The hundred and thirty first and the hundred and fifty third lots fell to Ichabod Bartlet and Saml. Fisher.
The thirty eighth and hundred and sixty fourth lots fell to Saml. Chandler, and Josiah Kein.
The twenty third and hundred and fifth lots fell to Thomas Hunt, and Benjamin Brewster.
The eighty fourth and ninty sixth lots fell to Joseph Chandler Senor, and Edmund Chandler.
The nineteenth and hundred and twenty eighth lots fell to Benjamin Chandler, and Thomas Hunt.
The hundred and thirtieth, and hundred and fifty sixth lots fell to Nathaniel Brewster and Moses Soule.
The hundred and ninth, and hundred and twenty fourth lots fell to the proprietors of the farm of Henry Clark, dec, and John Glass.
The fourteenth and ninty third lots fell to Pelaliah West, and Robert Stanford.
The thirty sixth and the seventy seventh lots fell to Benjamin Alden, and Saml. Alden.
The hundred and forty seventh, and hundred and seventy first lots fell to Cabel Thomas and James Thomas.
The hundred and thirty fifth, and hundred and thirteenth lots fell to Lieut. Francis Barker, and Francis Barker Jr.
The twentieth and twenty first lots fell to the proprietors of the farm of James Magoon, dec., and Elias Magoon.
The twenty second and hundred and first lots fell to Thomas Barker, and Elisha Barker, dec.
The thirty fifth and hundred and sixty second lots fell to Robert Barker Sen., and James Baker.
The seventy first and hundred and sixty sixth lots fell to Josiah Kein Sen., and John Kein.
The forty first and hundred and thirty third lots fell to Abraham Booth, and Timothy Stetson.
The second and sixty second lots fell to Joseph Mitchell, and Jabez Barker, Nathaniel Chamberlain, and Thomas Lambert, viz, five eighths thereof to Joseph Mitchell, one eighth thereof to Jabez Barker, one eighth to Nathaniel Chamberland, and one eighth to Thomas Lambert.
The ninty fourth and hundred and fifty ninth lots fell to John Wadsworth, and Abraham Pierce Sen.
The one hundredth and twenty ninth, and hundred and fifty fourth lots fell to Robert Russel and Nathaniel Chamberland.
The ninth and thirty ninth lots fell to Isaac Pierce Sen. and Abraham Pierce Jr.
The fourth and eighty ninth lots fell to James Bishop, and John Bishop.
The eighth and thirty seventh lots fell to Joseph Stockbridge, and John Boney.
The hundred and sixth, and hundred and eighteenth lots fell to John Peterson, and Isaac Peterson.
The eighty first and hundred and thirty ninth lots fell to John Simons dec, and John Pierce.
The hundred and forty eighth and hundred and sixtieth lots fell to the proprietors of the farm of Mr. John Wadsworth, dec, and Christopher Wadsworth.
The fifty first and fifty third lots fell to Ebenezer Bishop, and John Chandler.
The fiftieth and fifty eighth lots fell to William Tubbs Senor, and Hubson Bishop.
The sixty first, and hundred and eleventh lots fell to Robert Barker Jr. and Isaac Barker.
The eleventh, and sixtieth lots fell to David Samson, Ichabod Bartlet, Wm. Tubbs and the proprietors, viz, one half thereof to David Samson, and one eighth thereof to Ichabod Bartlet, one eighth thereof to Wm. Tubbs, and two eighth thereof to all the proprietors among themselves.
The hundred and second and hundred and seventh lots fell to Josiah Barker, and Thomas Pierce.
The fortieth and sixty fourth lots fell to the proprietors of the farm of Mr. Ichabod Wiswald, dec, and Peleg Wiswald.
The forty fifth, and hundred and forty sixth lots fell to Abraham Samson, Senr. and Thomas Lambert Jr.
The eighteen, and twenty fourth lots fell to Mr. Edward Southworth, and Thomas Southworth.
The tenth, and eighty sixth lots fell to William Sprague, dec, and Samuel Tubbs.
The twenty fifth, and hundred and eighth lots fell to Samuel Weston, and Nathaniel Cole Jr.
The twenty sixth, and twenty seventh lots fell to, Ichabod Samson, and Joseph Rogers.
The third, and fifteenth lots fell to Thomas Delanoe, Senor, and Joseph Delanoe.
The hundred and sixty third, and hundred and sixty ninth lots fell to John Weston, and Joseph Simons.
The sixth, and ninty ninth lots fell to Japhet Turner, and the Widow Hudson, both Decd.
The sixth fifth, and thirty second lots fell to Samuel Barker, and Isaac Barker.
The fifty second and the hundred and fifty first lots fell to Samuel Pierce, and John Saunders.
The seventy ninth, and hundred and fifty seventh lots fell to Joshua Simons, and Benoni Delanoe. At the said meeting of said proprietors, Dec. 11th Anno Dom 1713.
The said proprietors voted that if here after it shall appear necessary that there shall be ways through any of said division, that in such case there shall be liberty for such ways where it is necessary, and so as may be most beneficial for the ways, and least prejudicial to the owners of the lots. They also voted, that where as John Russel hath not yet had a forty acre lot laid out to him in the late division of forty acres lots in Duxborrough and Pembrook, therefore at this meeting the Proprietors voted, that the said Russel, instead of said forty acres, shall have all the Common land that lyeth at the South west side, and South east end of his Sixty acre lot which was formerly laid to John Rouse, home to the forty acre lots of the late division, also all the land between said sixty acre lot and said Russel's home lot, and there upon at said meeting, the said John Russel did quit his claim unto all his rights in division of said forty acre lot.
1714. June 29. B. Page 12.
At a meeting of the Proprietors of the Commons belonging to the towns of Duxborrough and Pembrook, June 29th Anno Dom 1714, said Proprietors sold at an out cry, to Mr. John Partridge, one quarter part of the Eleventh and Sixtieth lots in the upland, belonging to said Proprietors, for ten pounds, in money, to be paid in a months time, to defray the charges of laying out the cedar swamp belonging to said proprietors, so far as it will go. At this meeting, said proprietors voted, that their beach should be laid out, and divided, ten shares in a lot.
At this meeting June 29th 1714 the said Proprietors, the most of them drew their lots in the Cedar swamp; the laying out of which was now completed, and by reason that some of the lots were accounted better than others, the said Proprietors by vote, ordered two lots to be put together by the surveyor, which contained ten shares to be equally divided to all persons therein named according to their respective rights, which was accordingly done, and the lots fell as followeth,
The fifth, and twenty ninth lots were drawn by Deacon Alden, and fell to Deacon Alden, John Partridge, Benj. Alden, Samuel Alden, John Simons, Sen., James Bishop Sen. John Boney, James Boney, John Bishop & Hutson Bishop.
The thirteenth, and nineteenth lots were drawn by Daniel Crocker, and fell to Isaac Pierce, Nehemiah Cushing, Aaron Soule, John Saunders, John Pierce, John Simons, dec, Isaac Stetson, Thomas Barker, Francis Barker, Francis Barker Jr and Thomas Pierce.
The fifteenth, and thirty first lots were drawn by James Partridge, and fell to James Partridge, Wm. Holmes, Ichabod Samson, John Alden, Moses Soule, Joseph Chandler, John Sprague, Thomas Boney, Ebenezer Boney, dec, and Jonathan Brewster.
The sixth, and seventeenth lots were drawn by John Wadsworth, and fell to Mathew Kein, Saml. Delanoe the 3d, Thomas Parris, Ephriam Cole, Robert Stanford, the proprietors of the farm of John Wadsworth dec, Thomas Delanoe Jr, the proprietors of the farm of Ebenezer Bartlet, deceased, Benjamin Simons and Benjamin Samson.
The fourteenth, and twenty second lots were drawn by Capt Arnold, and fell to Capt Arnold, Samuel Delanoe, Sen., Benjamin Arnold, Thomas Loring, Lambert Despard, Lieut. Francis Barker, Josiah Barker, William Tubbs, Robert Barker, and James Barker.
The thirty second, and thirty fourth lots, were drawn by Joseph Stockbridge, and fell to Benjamin Peterson, Josiah Kein, Sen., Josiah Kein Jr, John Kein, Benjamin Kein, Elisha Barker, John Russel, John Magvarland, Elias Magoon, and Joseph Stockbridge. It was ordered, that Thomas Lambert Jun, and Ichabod Bartlet should have each of them, a quarter of a share equal to the proprietors of these two lots, in said 34th lot, said lot being accounted so much better than the other lots.
The eighth, and twenty eighth lots were drawn by Abraham Booth, and fell to Josiah Wormal, Sen., Josiah Wormal Jun, John Delanoe, Jonathan Delanoe, Timothy Stetson, Ebenezer Bishop, Joseph Boney, Isaac Oldham, Nathaniel Samson and Abraham Booth.
The second, and twenty first lots were drawn by Saml. Weston, and fell to Mr. Edward Southworth, Miles Standish, Constant Southworth, Benj. Southworth, John Southworth, Samuel Weston, Joseph Simons and Wrestling Brewster.
The twentieth, and twelvth lots were drawn by Isaac Barker, and fell to Francis Rogers, Deacon Seabury, Josiah Holmes, Jonathan Peterson, Jonathan Alden, Ichabod Bartlet, Samuel Fisher, Josiah Soule, Samuel Pierce and Joseph Soule.
The eighteenth and twenty fifth lots were drawn by Christopher Wadsworth and fell to Benjamin Bartlet Sen. William Brewster, Jr, William Bartlet, Ebenezer Wormal, Joseph Mitchel, Samuel Tubbs, George Williamson, Christopher Wadsworth, Thomas Lambert Jr, and Ichabod Wadsworth.
The thirteenth, and thirty third lots were drawn by Isaac Barker, and fell to Edward Arnold, Benjamin Bartlet Jr, Samuel Bartlet, dec, Saml. West, the proprietors of the farm of Phillip Delanoe, dec, John Holmes, Isaac Barker, Jabez Barker, Joseph Bartlet and Timothy Rogers.
The eleventh, and twenty seventh lots were drawn by Benjamin Chandler, and fell to Benjamin Prior, Thomas Fish, Caleb Thomas, Isaac Simons, Saml. Delanoe 2d, Abraham Samson Jr., Benjamin Chandler, the proprietors of the farm of Saml. Hunt, dec, Joseph Peterson and Saml. Chandler.
The third, and twenty third lots were drawn by Mr. John Robinson, and fell to Mr. John Robinson, Lieut. Saml. Sprague, the proprietors of the farm of Mr. Ichabod Wiswall, dec, Peleg Wiswall, Nathaniel Cole, Senor, Joseph Tubbs, Joshua Soule, Caleb Samson, Saml. Hills and Joseph Rogers.
The ninth, and twenty fourth lots were drawn by -----, fell to Israel Silvester, Joseph Chandler, Sen. Edmond Chandler, John Chandler, Elisha 'Wadsworth, the proprietors of the farm of Joseph Wadsworth dee, James Thomas, Saml. Bradford, William Sprague and Pelatiah West.
The tenth, and twenty sixth lots were drawn by Thomas Loring, and fell to John Weston, Stephen Samson, John Samson, Phillip Delanoe, Nathaniel Cole Jr, John Simons Jr, Joshua Simmons, Thomas Delanoe, Sen. William Brewster, Sen, and Saml. Barker.
The seventh, and sixteenth lots were drawn by Thomas Prince, and fell to Abraham Pierce Sen. John Wadsworth, Nathaniel Brewster, Benj. Brewster, Jabez Barker, Nathaniel Chamberland, Abraham Samson Sen. Benoni Delanoe and Saml. Pierce.
The first, and fourth lots were drawn by Samuel Sprague, and fell to Saml. Sprague, Jr, a quarter of a share to Wm. Tubbs, Sen. Abraham Pierce Jr, Joseph Delanoe, Joshua Turner, widdow Anne Hudson, Nehemiah Randal, John Peterson, Thomas Hunt, and David Samson.
A List of names of those that have a right in the last division of the town's Commons, upland and meadow, in Duxborrough, taken by us whose names are here unto subscribed, being chosen there unto at a town meeting in Duxborrough June 5th 1710.
1714. Nov. 20. B. Page 19.
At a meeting of the Proprietors of the Commons, belonging to the towns of Duxborrough and Pembrook upon the 20th of November Anno Dom 1714. The said Proprietors drew their lots in the Beach belonging to the Second and last division in the said Commons, and the lots fell as followeth,
The eighth lot fell to Thomas Lambert, Jr, Ichabod Wadsworth, Saml. Bradford, dec., the proprietors of the farm of John Wadsworth, dec, John Bony, Samuel Delanoe 2d, Caleb Thomas, Thomas Fish, Benjamin Chanler, and Nathaniel Cole, Sen. The Sixteenth lot fell to John Peterson, Benjamin Peterson, Isaac Peterson, Josiah Wormal, Sen. Josiah Wormal Jr, Jonathan Delanoe, Timothy Stetson, Ebenezer Bishop, Nathaniel Samson and Abraham Booth.
The ninth lot fell to Thomas Parris, Isaac Oldhath, Joseph Boney, James Boney, Jonathan Peterson, Joseph Mitchel, George Williamson, Thomas Delanoe Jr, the Proprietors of the farm of Ebenezer Bartlet, dec, and Joseph Rogers.
The thirteenth lot fell to Capt Seth Arnold, Samuel Bartlet, dec, Benjamin Bartlet Jr, Nathaniel Brewster, Pelatiah West, Edward Arnold, Nathaniel Cole, Jr, William Brewster, Israel Silvester, and John Russel.
The tenth lot fell to Samuel West, Benjamin Samson, Ephriam Cole, Robert Stanford, Sen, Samuel Chanler, Peleg Wiswalle, The Proprietors of the farm of Mr. Ichabod Wiswalle, dec, Elisha Wadsworth, The Proprietors of the farm of Joseph Wadsworth, dec, and Samuel Delanoe 3d.
The seventeenth lot fell to John Partridge, Jonathan Brewster, Benjamin Prior, John Alden, The Proprietors of the farm of Henry Clark, dec, Samuel Sprague, Jr, Nehemiah Randal, The Proprietors of, the farm of Samuel Hunt, dec, John Delanoe, Sen, and Miles Standish.
The twelvth lot fell to Joseph Bartlet, Ebenezer Wormal, Moses Soule, Thomas Bony, Ebenezer Bony, dec, James Partridge, William Holmes, John Sprague, David Samson and William Brewster Jr.
The sixth lot fell to William Sprague, dec, Stephen Samson, Isaac Simons, Samuel Hill, Joshua Soule, Mr. John Robinson, Lieut. Samuel Sprague, Joseph Tubbs, Benjamin Simons, and John Saunders— and said sixth lot containing ten shares and a half —the said half share fell to Thomas Lambert, Jr and Joseph Mitchel.
The seventh lot fell to Joseph Soule, Thomas Loring, Lambert Despard, Joseph Peterson, Joseph Rogers, in behalf of his son Francis Rogers, Abraham Samson Jr, Abraham Pierce Jr, Jonathan Alden, Josiah Soule and John Kein.
The third lot fell to Aaron Soule, John Simons, dec, John Pierce, Joseph Stockbridge, Thomas Barker, Benjamin Arnold, Samuel Alden, Joseph Chanler Sen, and Joseph Chanler Jr.
The fourth lot fell to Benjamin Bartlet Sen, William Bartlet, Christopher Wadsworth, Hutson Bishop, Samuel Delanoe Sent, Samuel Weston and Thomas Hunt.
The first lot fell to Samuel Seabury, Joshua Soule, Josiah Holmes, John Samson, Joshua Delanoe and Thomas Delanoe Sen.,
The fourteenth lot fell to Nathaniel Chamberland, Josiah Kein, Sen. Josiah Kein Jr, John Weston, and John Simmons Sen.,
The second lot fell to Robert Barker, William Tubbs, Sen. 1 1/4 shares, Ichabod Samson, James Barker. Phillip Delanoe, Widdow Hudson and John Holmes.
The eleventh lot fell to Caleb Samson, James Bishop, John Simons Jr., Joshua Turner, Joshua Simons, Samuel Pierce and Benoni Delanoe.
The fifteenth lot fell to Samuel Fisher, Mathew Kein. James Thomas. and David Alden. [No further record of the above division until 1747.]