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Papers, 1665-1895.

Author: Webb family.Benjamin DyerJosiah NashChristopher WebbSamuel WebbAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Papers of the Webb family of Weymouth, Mass. primarily containing deeds and other legal documents. The bulk of the deeds are for property in Weymouth exchanged between members of the Webb family, including several generations of Samuel Webbs. Other family members related by marriage involved in Weymouth land transactions include Abiah Whitman (1646-1728) and his son of the same name (1690-1770); Benjamin Dyer (often  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Webb family.; Benjamin Dyer; Josiah Nash; Christopher Webb; Samuel Webb; Asa White; Joseph White; Samuel White; Abiah Whitman; Dyer family.; White family.; Whitman family.
OCLC Number: 32904265
Description: 1 box and 1 oversize box.

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Papers of the Webb family of Weymouth, Mass. primarily containing deeds and other legal documents. The bulk of the deeds are for property in Weymouth exchanged between members of the Webb family, including several generations of Samuel Webbs. Other family members related by marriage involved in Weymouth land transactions include Abiah Whitman (1646-1728) and his son of the same name (1690-1770); Benjamin Dyer (often spelled Dyar); Joseph, Samuel, and Asa White; and other members of the Whitman, Dyer, and White families. The papers also include the wills of Abiah Whitman (1723) and Benjamin Dyer (1754), and a few estate papers. Additional Webb family papers include a list of persons who did labor on a Weymouth highway in exchange for taxes (1777), and deeds to and from Susan (White) Webb after the death of her husband Christopher in 1848. Also included are receipts, accounts, and a few legal agreements (1805-09) of Josiah Nash, a Boston bricklayer, and records of the administration of his estate (1809-18) by Christopher Webb, a Weymouth attorney and justice of the peace.

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