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front Esther (Harding) Dickinson (1790-1875)
c. 1850
When Esther (Harding) Dickinson died in 1875, she willed a sizable sum for the establishment of a public high school and library for the town of Deerfield, Massachusetts.
Page 1 Letter to Colonel Israel Williams
Jul 10, 1783
This letter from William Williams to his father Israel talks of the state of the economy after the American Revolution.
Page 1 Writ of Martha Ruggles against Ebenezer Wells
Aug 6, 1785
A substantial sum of money, 136 pounds, 2 shillings, plus costs of 2 shillings, 7 pence, is demanded of Ebenezer Wells of Deerfield, Massachusetts, by the estate of Nathaniel Ruggles of Roxbury.
Page 1 Promissory Note of Hezekiah Newcomb
Feb 9, 1790
This is a promissory note from Hezekiah Newcomb to the Estate of Remembrance Sheldon.
Will of Esther (Harding) Dickinson
Esther Dickinson's will was drawn up in 1861 and contains ten pages, one of which is reproduced here.
Page 1 Esther Williams' Will
May 29, 1799
Esther (Williams) Williams was the widow of Dr. Thomas Williams (1718-1775) of Deerfield, Massachusetts, who survived him by twenty-five years.
Page 1 Mrs. Esther Williams' inventory
When Esther Williams (1726-1800) of Deerfield, Massachusetts, died in 1800, state law required that a complete inventory be made of her possessions.
document Estate Settlement of David Hoyt
Feb 4, 1706
This is a distribution of the estate of David Hoit (Hoyt) (1651-1704), former resident of Deerfield, Massachusetts, who was carried off to Canada in the attack of 1704 and who perished along the way in May 1704.
Page 1 Inventory of David Hoyt
The inventory of Lt. David Hoyt, resident of Deerfield, was taken in order to clear his debts and to insure that his family received their just share of his estate.
document Inventory of Edward Allyn
Dec 17, 1696
After Edward Allen (Allyn, Alen, Allin) died on November 21, 1696, an inventory of his possessions was taken to satisfy his heirs and his creditors.


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