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Page 1 Estate Appraisal of Esther Dickinson
Jul 16, 1875
Esther (Harding) Dickinson, born in 1790, left a substantial estate of both land and investments when she died in Deerfield, Massachusetts, in 1875.
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.
document Settlement of the Estate of John Stebbins
Sep 30, 1679
Dated October 2, 1679, this is a distribution of the estate of John Stebbins (1626-1679), late of Northampton, who died without a will.
document Distribution of the estate of John Wells
It was necessary for the court to draw up a distribution of an estate when the head of household died without a will, in order that debts could be paid and heirs would receive their just inheritances.
document Thomas Wells distribution of property among children
Thomas Wells (1620-1676) died at age 56 leaving no will and with a widow and eleven living children to share his estate.
Page 1 "Distribution of Personal Estate of Mr. Ebenezer Wells of Deerfield"
Feb 18, 1784
When Ebenezer Wells (1730-1783) died, he probably did not leave a will, but he did leave a widow and eight children; therefore, a distribution of his personal estate was taken by three neighbors, appointed by the selectmen of the Town of Deerfield.
document Division of Real Estate of Lucinda Nims
c. 1830
In 1831, 47-year-old Lucinda Nims (1784-1857) inherited her father's estate "so long as she shall remain unmarried."
Page 1 Division of Estate of Major Salah Barnard
Mar 13, 1827
This land division of property owned by Salah Barnard (1725-1795) became necessary upon the death of his widow, Elizabeth (Nims) Barnard in January 1827.


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