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Source:  New Hampshire Sentinel (Keene, NH) Page: 3
Dated: Jan. 12, 1842

To the Hon. Larkin Baker, Judge of the Probate of Wills &c. for the County of Cheshire
RESPECTFULLY SHEWS, Jason B. Perry, of Rindge, in the County of Cheshire, that he is Guardian of Marianna Ward, of said Rindge, by the appointment of the Judge of Probate for the said County of Cheshire; that his said Ward is seized of one undivided fourth part of the following described Real Estate, situated in the Centre Village of said Rindge, viz: A certain tract or parcel of land, with the buildings thereon, the right of dower of widow Mary Raymond excepted, bounded on the West by land of Nathan J. Demary and Mary Brown, North on land of said Brown, the Methodist Episcopal Society and the highway, East by land of said Society, S. L. Wilder and the highway, South by highway and land of Shureuff and Adams, containing, by estimation, twenty acres; and that it will be conducive to the interest of his said Ward, to have the premises sold; wherefore he prays that he may be licensed and authorized to sell the same at Public Auction, according to the statute in such case made and provided.
                                         JASON B. PERRY, Guardian,
January 4, 1842

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STATE OF NEWHAMPSHIRE

CHESHIRE, ss.
Probate Court at Keene, on the first Tuesday of January, A. D. 1842.
     UPON the foregoing Petition, IT IS ORDERED, that a hearing be had thereon at a Court of Probate to be holden at Keene, in said County, on the first Tuesday of March next; and that the petitioner notify all persons concerned to appear at said Court, to shew cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petition should not be granted, by causing an attested copy of said petition and order thereon to be published three weeks successively in the New-Hampshire Sentinel, printed at Keene, the last publication whereof to be at least thirty days before said Court.
                                             LARKIN BAKER, Judge of Probate
A true copy,
                         Attest, ELIJAH SAWYER, Reg'r.

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To the Judge of Probate for the County of Cheshire
    
RESPECTFULLY SHOWS Nathan Bryant
, Administrator on the Estate of LUCIAN BRYANT, late of Royalton, in the County of Worcester, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, deceased, that the Personal Estate of said deceased is not sufficient to pay the demands against the same by the sum of six hundred dollars  that the said deceased left Real Estate situated in the town of Troy in said County of Cheshire, bounded as follows: - On the West by the public highway  on the North by land of Col. Lyman Wright - East by the barn and barn-yard - South by land of John Whittemore, with a dwelling house and barn upon the same - wherefore, he prays that he may be licensed to sell at public auction, the whole of said premises, as a part cannot be sold without injury to the remainder, and will be required to pay the demands against said estate, and also the reversion of the widow's dower in the same.
                                                  NATHAN BRYANT, Adm'r.
     January 4th, 1842.
     At a Court of Probate for the County of Cheshire, holden at Keene, in said County, on the first Tuesday of January, anno Domini 1842.
     ORDERED, That the petitioner cause the heirs at law of the before named Lucian Bryant to be notified to appear at the Court of Probate to be holden at Keene, in said County, on the first Tuesday of February next, by causing a copy of the foregoing petition, and this under thereon, to be published three weeks successively in the New Hampshire Sentinel, printed at Keene, commencing within ten days from the date hereof, that they may shew cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petition should not be granted.
     LARKIN BAKER ,Judge of Probate
                                                                ELIJAH SAWYER, Reg'r.

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To the Judge of Probate for the County of Cheshire, in the State of New-Hampshire.
RESPECTFULLY SHEWS Joseph Kingsbury,
of Alstead, in the County of Cheshire and State of New Hampshire; that he is Guardian of Harriet N. Crain, of said Alstead, by the appointment of the Judge of Probate for the said County of Cheshire; that his said Ward is seized of one undivided fourth part of the reversion of the dower of the widow Patty Crain, in the estate of her late husband, Isaac Crain, late of said Alstead, deceased; and that it is necessary for the support of his said Ward and will be conducive to her interest to have the premises sold; wherefore he prays that he may be licensed and authorized to sell the same at Public Auction, according to the statute in such case made and provided
                         JOSEPH KINGSBURY, Guardian,

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE,}
     Cheshire. ss.                             }
Probate Court, at Keene
, on the first Tuesday of January, A. D. 1842.
     Upon the foregoing Petition, it is ORDERED, that a hearing be had thereon at a Court of Probate to be holden at Keene in said County on the first Tuesday of March next; and that the petitioner notify all persons concerned to appear at said Court, to shew cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petition should not be granted, by causing an attested copy of said petition and Order thereon to be published three weeks successively, in the New Hampshire Sentinel, printed at Keene, the last publication whereof to be at least thirty days before said Court.
                         LAREN BAKER, Judge of Probate.
    
A true copy, - Attest,
               ELIJAH SAWYER, Reg'r of Probate.
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The Judge of Probate for the County of Cheshire, in the State of New Hampshire.
To the Heirs of WILLIAM BROOKS, late of Fitswilliam, in said County, deceased, and to all concerned in the Estate of said deceased,            GREETING.
YOU are hereby cited to all appear at a Court of Probate to be holden at Keene, in said County, on the first Tuesday of March next, to show cause if any you have, why the account of Dexter Whittetemore, Adm'r of the  Estate of thee said deceased, should not be allowed.
     And notice is hereby given, that said Administrator will present, for allowance, at said Court, his private claim against said estate, being a brook account of thirty five dollars.
     And the said Administrator is directed to serve the above Citation , by causing the same to be published three weeks successively in the New Hampshire Sentinel, printed at Keene, in said County, the last publication whereof to be before said Court, and make return hereof with his doings to the Court aforesaid.
     Given at Keene, in said County, the first Tuesday of January, A. D. 1842.
                         Per order Judge of Probate
                                   ELIJAH SAWHER, Reg'r.
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STATE OF NEW-HAMPSHIRE, }
          Cheshire, ss.                         }
To the heirs at law
of the Estate of NATHANIEL BROWN, late of Alstead, in said County, deceased, testate, and to all others interested therein -                       GREETING,
YOU are hereby notified that Amos Huntley, Executor of the last Will and Testament of the said deceased, will exhibit his accounts of the administration of said estate, at a Court of Probate to be holden at Keene, in and for said County, on the first Tuesday of March next, at which time the place you may appear, and shew cause, if any you have, why the accounts of the said Executor ought not to be allowed.
     And it is ordered, that the said Executor cause all concerned to be notified of the foregoing Citation, by publishing the same, with this Order three weeks successively in the New Hampshire Sentinel, printed at Keene, the last publication where of to be prior to the holding of said Court.
     Given at Keene, in said County this fourth day of January, anno Domini 1842.
                         By order of the Judge of Probate,
                                   ELIJAH SAWYER, Reg'r
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STATE OF NEW-HAMPSHIRE,  CHESHIRE, ss.
To the Heirs at Law
of the Estate of THANKFUL MUNROE, late of Fitzwilliam, in said County, deceased, testate, and to all others interested therein,                                GREETING,
YOU are hereby notified, that Dexter Wittemore, Executor of the last Will and Testament of the said deceased, will exhibit his accounts of the administration of said estate, at a Court of Probate to be holden at Keene, in and for said county, on the first Tuesday of March, next, at which time and place you may appear and show cause, if any you have, why the accounts of the said Executor ought not to be allowed.
     And notice is hereby given that said Executor will present, at said Court, for allowance, his private claim, it being a book account of two dollars.
     And it is Ordered that the said Executor cause all concerned to be notified of the foregoing citation, by publishing the same, with this Order, three weeks successively in the New Hampshire Sentinel, printed at Keene, the last publication whereof to be prior to the holding of said Court.
     Given at Keene, in said County, this 4th day of January, anno Domini 1842.
                         By order of the Judge of Probate,
                                   ELIJAH SAWYER, Rob't.
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The following Probate Notices are mentioned in this newspaper:
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To the Heirs of LUTHER DAMON, late of Fitzwilliam
- To the creditors and Heirs of the Estate of LUTHER DAMON, late of Fitzwilliam
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To the Heirs at Law of the Estate of DAVID TOWNSEND, late of Dublin
- To the Creditors and Heirs of the Estate of JOHN PARKHURST, late of Richmond
- To the heirs at law of the estate of AIJA WALKER, late of Chesterfield

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS:
- October Term, A. D. 1841 - In the action Lucy Hill, of Surry, ion said County, widow, plaintiff, vs. Jehiel Wilson, of Keene, in said County, pail manufacturer, alias yeoman, and John W. Briggs, of Nunda, in the County of Alleghany, and Stae of New York, cabinet maker, alias yeoman, late copartners, negotiating at said Keene, in the manufacture of pails, under the firm of Wilson & Briggs, defendants, and William Briggs, of Charlestown, in our County of Sullivan, Esquire, Trustee of the said John W. Briggs, at said Keene, on the day of the date of the plaintiff's writ being indebted to the plaintiff in the sum of $310.00, for so much money by the said defendants before that time had and received to the plaintiff's use.
       MORE TRANSCRIBED UPON REQUEST...
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COURT OF COMMON PLEAS - Oct. Term, A. D. 1841
IN the action George W. Howe, of Swanzey, in said County, blacksmith, plaintiff, vs. Silas Angier, of Nunda, in the County of Alleghany, and State of New York, Esquire, defendant, - In a plea of the case for that the said Angier, at Keene, in said County of Cheshire, on the day of the date of the plaintiff's writ, being indebted to the plaintiff in the sum of $50.00, for so much money by the said Angier before that time had and received to the plaitniff's use.
     It being suggested to the Court that the property of the defendant had been attached on a writ, and that no personal service had been made on the said defendant, in the action aforesaid - it is ordered by the Court, that said action be continued to the next term of this Court, to be holden at Keene, within and for said County of Cheshire, on the first Tuesday of April next - and that the plaintiff give notice to the said Silas Angier of the pendency  of said suite, by causing the substance of the plaintiff's declaration, with a copy of this order, to be published in the New Hampshire Sentinel, a newspaper printed at Keene aforesaid, six weeks successively; the lat publication whereof to be at least thirty days prior to said first Tuesday of April next.
         Attest,           H. COOLIDGE, Clerk
                                   Copy examined
         Attest,           H. COOLIDGE, Clerk
T. M. EDWARDS, Att'y.
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STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, }
     CHESHIRE, ss                         }
                                                                               Court of Common Pleas,
                                                                                               Oct. Term, A. D. 1841}
     IN
the action John Tows, Jr., of Roxbury, in said County, yeoman, plaintiff, vs. Gilman Converse, of Marlborough, insaid County, Esquire, alias yeoman, defendant  In a plea of the case founded on a note of hand of the defendant, dated December 14, 1840, payable to the plaintiff, or order, for the sum of $100.00, in three months from date, with interest. 
     It being suggested to the Court that the property of the defendant had been attached on the writ, and that no personal service had been made on the said defendant in the action aforesaid - it is ordered by the Court, that said action be continued to the next term of this Court, to be holden at Keene, within and for said County of Cheshire, on the first Tuesday of April next - and that the plaintiff give notice to the said Gilman Converse of the pendency of said suit, by causing the substance of the plaintiff's declaration, with a copy of this order to be published in the New Hampshire Sentinel, a newspaper printed at Keene, in said County, six weeks successively; the last publication whereof to be at least thirty days prior to said first Tuesday of April next.
          Attest,           H. COOLIDGE, Clerk
                                   Copy examined
         Attest,           H. COOLIDGE, Clerk
T. M. EDWARDS, Att'y.
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STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, }
     CHESHIRE, ss                         }
                                                                               Court of Common Pleas,
                                                                                               Oct. Term, A. D. 1841}
     IN
the action Levi Hall, of Walpole, in said County, yeoman, plaintiff, vs Edwin Withington and Daniel Hagar, of Brattleborough, in the County of Windham, cordwainers, and David F. Wilson, of Glover, in the County of Orleans, yeoman, all in the State of Vermont, defendants, - In a plea of the case, for that the defendants, at a place called Glover, to wit, at Keene, in said County of Cheshire, on the 13th day of October, 1840, by their note of that date, by them subscribed, for value received, promised one E. Winchester, Jr., to pay to his order, the sum of $452.16, at the Ashuelot Bank, in said Keene, and by the said E. Winchester, Jr., indorsed to the plaintiff.
     It being suggested to the Court that the property of the defendant had been attached on the writ, and that no personal service had been made on the said Edwin Withington, Daniel Hagar and David F. Wilson, in the action aforesaid - It is ordered by the Court, that said action be continued to the next term of this County of Cheshire, on the first Tuesday of April next - and that the plaintiff give notice to the said defendants of the pendency of said suit, by causing the substance of the plaintiff's declaration, with a copy of this order, to be published in the New Hampshire Sentinel, a newspaper printed at Keene aforesaid, six weeks successively; the last publication whereof to be at least thirty days prior to said first Tuesday of April next.
         Attest,           H. COOLIDGE, Clerk
                                   Copy examined
         Attest,           H. COOLIDGE, Clerk
T. M. EDWARDS, Att'y.

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STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, }
     CHESHIRE, ss                         }
                                                                               Court of Common Pleas,
                                                                                               Oct. Term, A. D. 1841}
     IN
the action Luther Rixford, of Highgate, in the County of Franklin, and State of Vermont, plaintiff, vs. Stephen Coy, of Ithica, in the County of Tompkins and State of New York, yeoman, defendant - In a plea of the case founded on a note of hand of the defendant, dated March 17, 1837, payable to the plaintiff, or order, for the sum of $244.65, on demand, with interest.
     It being suggested to the Court that the property of the defendant had been attached on the writ, and that no personal service had been made on the said defendant in the action aforesaid - It is ordered by the Court, that said action be continued to the next term of this Court, to be holden at Keene, within and for said County of Cheshire, on the first Tuesday of April next - and that the plaintiff give notice to the said Stephen Coy, of the pendency of said suit, by causing the substance of the plaintiff's declaration, with a copy of this order, to be published in the New Hampshire Sentinel, a newspaper printed at Keene, in said County, six weeks successively; the last publication whereof to be at least thirty days prior to said first Tuesday of April next.
         Attest,           H. COOLIDGE, Clerk
                                   Copy examined
         Attest,           H. COOLIDGE, Clerk
T. M. EDWARDS, Att'y.

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STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, }
     CHESHIRE, ss                         }
                                                                               Court of Common Pleas,
                                                                                               Oct. Term, A. D. 1841}
     IN
the action Charles Thompson and Hollis Thompson, both of Colerain, in the County of Franklin and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, traders and copartners, jointly negotiating at said Colerain, under the firm of C. & H. Thompson, plaintiffs vs. Isaac B. Barber, late of Colerain, in the County of Franklin aforesaid, attorney at law, defendant, - In a plea of debt, for that the said Charles Thompson and Hollis Thompson, by the consideration of our Justices of our Court of Common Pleas, held within and for our County of Cheshire, on the first Tuesday of October, A. D. 1840, recovered judgment against the said Isaac B. Barber, late of Colerain, in the County of Franklin, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, for the sum of 169.00 debt or damages and $27.75 costs of the same suit, as by the record thereof now remaining in said Court appears, which said judgment is in full force, and not reversed, annulled or satisfied.
     It being suggested to the Court that the property of the defendant had been attached on the writ, and that no personal service had been made on the said defendant in the action aforesaid - It is ordered by the Court, that said action be continued to the next term of this Court, to be holden at Keene, within and for said County of Cheshire, on the first Tuesday of April next - and that the plaintiff give notice to the said Isaac B. Barber of the pendency of said suit, by causing the substance of the plaintiffs declaration, with a copy of the order, to be published in the New Hampshire Sentinel, a newspaper printed at Keene, in said Country, six weeks successively; the last publication where of to be at least thirty days prior to said first Tuesday of April next.
         Attest,           H. COOLIDGE, Clerk
                                   Copy examined
         Attest,           H. COOLIDGE, Clerk
T. M. EDWARDS, Att'y.

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STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, }
     CHESHIRE, ss                         }
                                                                               Court of Common Pleas,
                                                                                               Oct. Term, A. D. 1841}
     IN
the action Samuel Newell, of Cambridge, in the County of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, yeoman, plaintiff, vs. Isaac B. Barber, late of Colerain, in the County of Franklin and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, attorney at law, defendant - in a plea of debt, for that the said plaintiff, by the consideration of our Justices of our Court of Common Pleas, held within and for the County of Cheshire, on the first Tuesday of April A. D. 1841, recovered judgment against the said Isaac B. Barber, for the sum of $163.24, debt or damage, and $26.73 costs of the same suit, as by the record thereof now remaining in said Court appears - which said judgment is in full force, and not recovered, annulled or satisfied.
     It being suggested to the Court that the property of the defendant had been attached on the writ, and that no personal service had been made on the said defendant in the action aforesaid - It is ordered by the Court, that said action be continued to the next term of this  Court, to be holden Keene, within and for said County of Cheshire, on the first Tuesday of April next - and that the plaintiff give notice to the said Isaac B. Barber, of the pendency of said suit, by causing the substance of the plaintiff's declaration, with a copy of this order, to be published in the New Hampshire Sentinel, a newspaper printed at Keene, in said County, six weeks successively; the last publication whereof to be at least thirty days prior to said first Tuesday of April next.
         Attest,           H. COOLIDGE, Clerk
                                   Copy examined
         Attest,           H. COOLIDGE, Clerk
T. M. EDWARDS, Att'y.

Source:  New Hampshire Sentinel (Keene, NH) Page: 3
Dated:  Dec. 3, 1875
COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE.
     The subscriber, having been appointed by the Judge of Probate for the County of Cheshire, Commissioner to examine and allow the claims of the creditors of the Estate of LOCKHART DAVENPORT, late of Hinsdale, in the County of Cheshire, deceased, represented insolvent, and six months from the 19th day of November, A. D. 1875, being allowed for that purpose, hereby gives notice that he will attend to the duties assigned to him, at the Dwelling House of said deceased, in Hinsdale, in said County of Cheshire, on Saturday, the eighth day of January, and on Saturday, the thirteenth day of May next, from one o'clock P. M., to five o'clock P. M., on each of said days.
     Dated the 27th day of November, 1875.
                         EDWARD STEBBINS, Commissioner.

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STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE,}
CHESHIRE  ss.                              }
To MARY C. POOLE
, under the Guardianship of Franklin H. Cutter, and to all others concerned.
     You are hereby notified that the said Guardian will exhibit his account of his said guardianship at a Court of Probate to be holden at Keene in and for said County, on the first Friday of January, next; at which time and place you may appear and show cause, if any you have, why the same ought not to be allowed.
     Given at Keene, in said County, this 29th day of November, A. D. 1875.
     By order,
                                                      D. W. BUCKMINSTER, Register.

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STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE,}
CHESHIRE  ss.                              }
    
 The Judge of Probate for said County, To the Heirs-at-Law of the Estate of JOHN W. POOLE, late of Jaffrey, in said County, deceased, testate, and to all others interested therein.
     YOU are hereby notified that Joel H. Poole, Executor of the last will and testament of the said deceased, will exhibit his account of the administration of said Estate, at a Court of Probate to be held at Keene, in said County, on the first Friday of January next, when and where you may appear and show cause, if any you have, against the allowance of said account.
     Given at Keene, in said County, this 29th day of November, A. D. 1875.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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