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died - alive 1773? (S.D. 129-70).

Samuel Nash was elected hogreave 1757.

According to Nash Gen. by Joseph W. Porter of Bangor, Penobscot, Me.(Reg. 54-405) there were children, Samuel, Isaac, & Keziah.

S.D.104-94 - Samuel Nash & Keziah mortgaged 3 3/4 a. house & barn where said Nash now lives, N.E. & W. on Jacob Nash, S. on way by said house to Weymouth, Mar.21,1765, cancelled Apr.26,1768.

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(W. Stockbridge V.R.)

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died age 76 (gs)
Sarah wife of Richard Belcher baptized Oct.27,1799 at Randolph.

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He was then of Bridgewater and she of Dorchester (Reg. 50-19).

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m. probably at Providence

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m. probably at Providence

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He was elected hogreave 1726, surveyor of shingles 1728, surveyor of highways 1730,1734,1736,1741,42,1756, fenceviewer 1732,35,1739 and for No. Precinct 1754, constable 1733 but was excused, and was surveyor of timber 1743,1744 for No. Precinct 1745-48.
No Children

S.P.59-360 - Will of Joseph Neal, yeoman. To wife Sarah sole use & improvement of all real estate for life & to sell any if she needs for comfortable living & my pew in No. Parish Meeting house. To nephew Ebenezer Field my house & barn & 10 a. being my homestead, S. on country road, E. on Joseph Crosby Esq., N. on brook, W. on land gave to my two sisters & 1/2 my salt meadow wherever found & 1/2 my woodland. To nephew Benjamin Field all pasture land, N. on country road, W. on Seth Bass, S. on the common, S.E. on Seth Bass, & the other half of salt meadow & woodland & an orchard called the fore orchard being 1 a. S. on country road, W. on Mrs. Abigail Field, E. on my homestead, N. on land given my two sisters Bass & Field, all to be at decease of my wife. To brother Jonathan my black suit of clothes. To brother Abijah my great coat. To Jonathan Field son of Ebenezer, my gun, sword & belt. Wife Sarah executor, Apr.29,1761 - Oct.30,1761. Wit: Seth Bass, Samuel Bass (tertius) & Jonathan Rawson.

60-62, Inventory - Homestead 10 a. house & barn, orchard 1 a. etc., pastor 6 a., salt marsh & 1 a. salt marsh, 10 a. woodland. Jan.29,1762.

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She was Not Lydia White a sister of the first wife as stated in all published accounts.(Proof that she was Lydia Neale, not White is found in Worcester Deeds 35-101). Joseph Neale's will dated Mar.13,1733 also mentions a daughter Lydia Neale, then single.

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sister of his brother Ebenezer's wife.

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sister of his brother Ebenezer's wife.

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sister of his brother John's wife

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sister of his brother John's wife