Some account of the small-pox, in the town of Chatham, in the year 1766.

by Thomas Hamilton

Publisher: s.n.] in [Boston?

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Ryder, Stephen, -- ca. 1718-1766.,
  • Smallpox -- Massachusetts -- Chatham.

Edition Notes

SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 41941.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination7, [1] p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14616385M

The Womack plantation had its roots in a colonial land grant, given in Allen Womack of Halifax County () would establish a homestead at the site east of Chatham before the turn of the 19th century. At its height, the plantation consisted of more than 3, acres of land. More than slaves lived and worked there over the decades. Recorded: 2 Feb (NAS, p. from Book 8, page ) , 18th day of 4th mo at Gap Meeting House. John Vastal and Ann Vestal, witnesses at marriage of Jonathan Connard and Jane Potts, daughter of David Potts. [see above, p 7]. Fairfax MM (NVA-4) , 1 Oct - JOHN VESTAL witness to William Hall's will. , July 15 - Loudoun Co., VA.   In , 9, immigrants from the British Isles (particularly those of Irish decent) died during the Atlantic crossing, causing the year to be dubbed "the year of the typhus." Anot died at Grosse- Île, the quarantine station in the St Lawrence River below Québec, or in the hospitals of Québec, Montréal, Kingston and Toronto. Town Info - Chatham, Cape Cod, MA The above link will bring you to Town of Chatham website. Chatham Chamber of Commerce PO Box , Chatham, MA [email protected]

The Winter Meeting will be held on January 20th at PM at the Clerk's Office in Chatham, Virginia. The Clerk's Office is situated behind Chatham Town Hall on Court Street. Plans regarding the speaker are still being finalized. All are invited to attend; feel free to bring along neighbors and friends. They had children, sons and daughters, some have married and have descendants living in the town. Mrs. Rudd deceased September 7, , in her 67th year. Mr. Rudd's residence is in the town of Gallatin, Columbia county, and he has been active and influential in the goverment of that town. The sincerity of the dissenters vindicated, from the scandal of occasional conformity: with some considerations on a late book, entitul'd, Moderation a vertue. Lynn, William, / [] The singular case of a lady, who had the small-pox during pregnancy; and who communicated the same disease to the foetus: By W. Lynn, Surgeon. A name change from Competition to Chatham was made by an act of the General Assembly, passed on May 1, , and the town of Chatham was incorporated on Ap The boundaries were then extended by one-quarter of a mile in all directions from the courthouse to encompass a total of one and one-half square miles.

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Some account of the small-pox, in the town of Chatham, in the year 1766. by Thomas Hamilton Download PDF EPUB FB2

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—This year, Mrs. Collett, Miss Davis, and Mrs. Taylor were the singers. —£1, 11s. was the subscription for two persons for the season. Book: History of Chatham, Massachusetts by Smith, pageHart Cemetery, Holden, Penobscot, Maine Died 19 Jan Chatham, Barnstable, Massachusetts Note: Knowles and his wife died in the small pox epidemic.

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45 above.Inthe town of Wallingford voted permission to Dr. HALL to open a house of inoculation for small-pox on his father's farm, in the northeast part of Meriden, near the Middletown line, Dr. HALL becoming bound to pay forty shillings or more for each case of small-pox in the town.