His bow, arrow and fishing-rod afforded him a competence in food and raiment. These instruments were substantially the implements of his toil. The Merrimac. At that day no dams or bars being in the way to impede the advent or progress of the finny tribes, they came in vast numbers, and ever proved a source of wealth to the Indian. At the forks of the Merrimac the salmon, which always seek the coldest climes, generally took the cold water and went up the Pemigewaset, while the others took to the warm water and followed the Winnipesaugee to the lake or into the smaller streams.
From these rivers and their tribu- taries the thirty thousand Indians that used to trail along these Nee obtained a very large share of their support. For thousands of years the waters of our rivers bad afforded the red man an Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire supply. Salmon weigh- ing thirty pounds were common here. Kind nature had given to the reel man the waters of these rivers to run freely down as from the creation they had run ; and had given to Women want sex Elk Garden fish a common highway to advance upward in them.
Yet, by what is now termed the progress of civilization, the tribes Centeer fish as well as the tribes of red men have become almost extinct in Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire region. Sturgeons used to be caught in the Merrimac.
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Many a noble sturgeon from year to year was thus slain and tugged ashore from his native waters. Soon after the close of the French war, the Indians withdrawing from their rivers and ponds and from their hunting and trapping-grounds Ha,pshire New Hampshire, grad- ually vanished away. This opened the way to English settlers, who ventured further into the forests thus nakwd, and sequestering and taking possession of the lands, built houses and otherwise made progress, sometimes aggressively excluding the red man, until at length he became Loca, in this part of New England.
His dripping oar Ripples the waters never pressed before, Bestirs the scaly tribes to nervous fear For rights most sacred thus invaded here. As if by instinct they ihs chieftain knew To be Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire tyrant and a glutton Hampshiee, Intent on native beast, on bird or fish By slaughter dire to fill a dainty dish; Whose webs are nets from bark of trees alone, And mills that grind are mortars made of stone, Who clothed his tribes, if clad they e'er appear In raiment plundered from the bounding deer; Who maketh treacherous hooks from guiltless bones, And drags a deadly wwomen o'er sacred homes.
J The Indian was no artizan. His wigwam and birch canoe evinced the best skill in architecture which he ever Loacl. His paintings were extravagant and gaudy, his colors brilliant. These he spotted in curious fantastic hues, a ad often with high colorings such as none but a wild man could Hajpshire, con- trive or invent.
He knew but little, and sought for im- provements in nothing. The nakef of the natives of this new world is like a sealed book. All speculations in reference to it are attended with extreme doubt and uncertainty.
No theory is satisfactory. These benighted sons, of themselves knew nothing, and had no definite idea of the paternity of their race ; and in this perhaps we are no wiser than they. Many Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire believed them to be of Asiatic origin and that they had crossed over here upon the ice that covers the northern coast of America. Reason would seem to warrant the belief that in the absence of proof to the contrary, the same race of men that our forefathers first found, had always been here.
That the " New World " had existed for thousands of years without having a race of men upon it, would seem but little short of a rash pre- sumption. That it had been left to accident, that it had been left to be peopled by the passing of a tribe from Asia, over an unknown Arctic region, too cold for human existence to get to it, would seem to be a presumption quite as rash.
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Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire affords us nothing otherwise. They are known only as they were first found by the adventurer from the Old World. Their history, circumscribed as it is, within the limits of their short existence with the white man, comprises the record of their race for all time.
What serves the purpose of a single day. Their God is seen afar at rise of sun; Their life in heaven is hunting here begun ; By laws un-written sachems rule the tribes, And lead the host, wherever ill betides, To fatal war. By force of arrows hurled, They reigned sole monarchs in this Western World. These nations were distinct from each other, but united sometimes for mutual protection and for the purposes of war. In every tribe there was a chief or sagamore, to which all the others paid deference.
But as has already been stated, the Indian wars and Hapshire plague of had greatly reduced their numbers. Before the soil of New Hampshire took to itself a dis- tinct name it had been qomen as Mature women in Solingen to the Mas- sachusetts Colony.
The first General Court in this Colony was held at Boston, in It was made up of the freemen of the corporation at large. Most of these emigrants were from England. They had left their former happy homes with the hopeful intent to find in their distant New England, " freedom to wor- ship God.
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This injunc- tion fulfilled at Yorke, according to order and att Kittery in the same manner. Thorpe, for scandalizing Mr. Barnstezd ton, and say that hee held forth false doctrine in a booke set forth by Mr. Admonished, and paying officer's fees, is discharged. The delinquent to oLcal with a gagg in her mouth halfe an houre at Kitteiy at a Publique Towne Meet- ing, and the cause of her sentence writ upon haked forehead, or pay 50 s.
The custom of wearing long hair, after the manner of the barbarous Indians, as Governor Endicott used to term it, was at that period deemed contrary to the word of God, which says: In a clergyman, long hair was extremely offensive, as they were expected at all times " barntsead observe circumspec- tion with open ears.
The first money coined in the Massachusetts Colony was made in the year The court ordered that all pieces should have on the one side wommen Massachusetts," with a tree in the middle ; on the other, " New England, In the Quakers were Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire persecuted. Mary Fisher and Anna Dustin were the first to avow their principles openly. On the 8th day of Nes, being brought before the court, they affirmed that they were sent of God to reprove the people of their sins ; and being questioned, after a pause replied that they had the same call that Abraham had to go out from his own country.
They came from Barbadoes. At this time no special laws Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire been enacted for the punishment of Quakers. But they were taken by virtue of a general law then in force, which had been made for the punishment of heretics.
And the Court passed sen- tence of banishment upon them all. Afterwards several laws upon this subject were enacted, among which were the following: A woman, each time, to be severely whipped. And for a third time, being a man or a woman, to have the tongue bored through with a red-hot iron. Much censure has been passed upon the New England Colonies on account of their enactments as against the Quakers — and perhaps to a certain extent justly.
But it must be remembered that the Quakers of those early times were not the Quakers of barnstad present time, who, though few in numbers, prove to be a generous, inoffen- sive, influential people. Nakedd laws were Hampsgire to rid the Colony of certain fanatics who called themselves by that name, and who constantly made themselves offensive under the garb of a religious notion or creed, and appeared to have been better subjects for a mad-house than for a Christian church.
They often entered into the churches without right, as they did at Hampton, Salem, and Newbury, and were in the habit of declaring the preaching to Hanpshire an abomination to the Lord. Thomas Newcomb went into the meeting-house in Boston with two glass bottles, and broke them before the congregation, and declared " thus will the Lord break you in pieces.
In various ways they became offensive, oftentimes making themselves violators of the public peace. But it will Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire be pretended that anj 7 such offences could justify incon- siderate, unjust, or oppressive legislation.
It commenced at this time in the bagnstead of Danvers, then a part of Salem, about the last of February. Several children at first began to act in barnstdad curious, unaccountable manner.
Their strange conduct continuing for several days, their friends betook themselves to fasting and prayer. During relig- ious services the children were still, but after the service they would renew their former unaccountable conduct.
This was deemed Hampsuire evidence that they were moved by an evil hand, and every exhibition of the sort was then regarded as witchcraft. After a while these children began to bring accusations against divers indi- viduals in that vicinity, being severally charged of bewitch- ing them.
Unfortunately the children were credited, and the suspected persons were arrested and imprisoned. From that time the contagion spread rapidly over the neighboring towns, and soon appeared in several parts of Essex county as well as cases now and then in Middlesex and Suffolk. Individuals at Andover, Ipswich, Glouces- ter, Boston and other places, were accused and held for trial.
For some time those who were accused were persons of the lower class. But at length accusations were extended even to persons of high rank and distinction.
Hampehire delusion had now become fearful. Before the close I m o o o WAR. Among the victims was one Giles Gory, who was pressed to death for refusing to put himself on trial before the Jury.
Most, if not all of these persons died declaring them- selves innocent of the crime laid to their charge. At length the courts began to be convinced that their proceedings had been rash, and their judgments without any just foundation. A special session of the court was Locsl holden on this subject, and fifty persons then being held for trial, were acquitted. Others w r ere reprieved by the Governor.
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It Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire to be said, perhaps, that if human testimony, coming from credible witnesses, is to be credited, many things happened at that time inducing a belief in witch- craft, which even to many people of our day have never been satisfactorily explained.
A war by the French and Indians commenced about the year Cennter It harrassed the English settlements here all along Hampshige frontier nearly the whole time up to its close, September 11, In a few years another war broke out in Europe, which gave rise to other hostilities in America.
In New Eugland, with the mother country, suc- ceeded with a" fleet, in reducing the place. Encouraged by this success, Wwomen, the com- mander, visited England, and proposed an expedition against Canada. His proposition was adopted, and in June,Admiral Walker, with a fleet of fifteen ships of war and forty transports, bringing an army of veteran troops, arrived in Boston.
At the same time General Nichol- son repaired to Albairy to take command of the forces that iin to proceed by land.
When the fleet had advanced ten leagues up the St. Lawrence the weather became Adult singles dating in Mosheim, Tennessee (TN). and tempestuous. Nine of the Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire perished.
Weakened by this disaster, the admiral returned to England, and the New England troops to their homes. General Nicholson hav- ing learned the fate of the fleet, returned with his troops to Albany. InMarch 31st, Grand rapids won now looking for some fun was concluded between France and England, at Utrecht.
InMarch 29th, war again broke Cejter between France and Barnsteax, and the Colonies here were again involved in its calamities. The English commerce and fisheries had suffered great injuries from privateers, fitted out at Louisburg, then a strong fortress on the Island of Cape Breton. That place had been considered one of the strongest in America ; its fortifications barnstdad been five years building, and had cost the French five and a half millions of dollars.
For fourteen nights barsntead the New England troops, knee deep in mud, manned and pushed forward their cannon through a swamp two miles in length, manifesting the most extraordinary valor and endurance, and assailed the garrison with so much fortitude and Cented ely that on the 17th of June it surrendered.
France, smarting with resentment against the Colo- nies, in the following summer sent a powerful fleet to lay waste and ravage the coasts of New England, and to recover Louisburs.
But an uncommon succession of disasters, as if it were an interposition of Providence, attended the undertaking, and entirely defeated it. The French fleet was delayed and damaged by storms ; fevers prevailed among the troops, and some of the ships were lost. Such was the fortune of the expedition that two of the admirals, stung by disappointment and chagrin, committed suicide. Inthis war was ended by a treaty of peace at Aux-la-Chapelle, by w r oLcal all prisoners on both sides w T ere restored without ransom.
Scarcely had the Colonies begun to reap the benefits of peace, when they were again thrown into trouble by another war between Eno-land and France.
This was commenced inthough not formally barnsyead until some time afterwards. Four expeditions were planned, one against the French in Nova Scotia, another against the French on the Ohio, another against Crown Point, and a fourth Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire Niagara. These sailed from Bos- ton on May 20th,for the Bay of Fundy, where they were joined by three hundred regular Locxl troops.
They then proceeded against Fort Beau-Sejour, which naied dered to them after Hampwhire siege of four days. Other Forts were taken, and Nova Scotia was entirely barnstad.
The expedition against Niagara was given to Governor Shir- ley, of Massachusetts, whose force was two thousand five hundred men. The war continued nake varied success till the conquest of Quebec, under General Wolfe, in Septem- ber,and the final reduction of Canada, in This event caused great and universal rejoicing in the Colonies, and was followed with public thanksgivings. The treaty of peace was signed at Paris in The charter of Barnstead, a copy of which is appended marked A, was granted Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire the Rev.
Yet there was much delay in its settlement, made so by Cente hostilities. So that no lots were sold, nor permanent houses built prior to the year The expense of surveying the lands had laid a tax on the lots, and as the titles purchased were in the hands of heirs, and in no way remunerative, they were at different times sold at auction, Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire mostly at nominal prices.
The sales were made at Newington, and at Ports- mouth. At these sales Mr. Adams bought several lots in Barnstead ; and about the same year, members of his church made extensive purchases within its limits. These Lpcal eventually proved profitable to him and to them. His lather was grandson of Rev. Henry Adams, of England, who came to this country with his family aboutand settled in Braintree now Quincy. Joseph Adams. The said Joseph Hamsphire graduated at Harvard College, in During his college course he ni school in Newington, N.
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Under this contract Mr. Adams lived with his church and people sixty-eight years. He Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire the oldest pastor in New England, and died May 26th, At the beginning of settlements in Rarnstead, a few Indians would be seen now and then wandering in the forests, or loitering about their wigwams along the lakes, ponds and rivers.
Previously they had been more numer- ous. Dense forests, as from the beginning, covered the soil ; and the wilderness continued to be invested by the bear, the wild deer, the cariboo, the wolf, the wild-cat, and other barnstezd animals, as well as by these remnant tribes.
This part of New Hampshire had been, and ivas, a thor- Hqmpshire from the great lake to the shore towns, made so both by the French and Indians. As against the unbri- dled encroachments of these savages the first Eno;lish set- tiers had to branstead themselves. In peace was declared, and the settlements then began to advance.
About this time efforts began to be made to christianize them. Eliot, the apostle, came. He learned their language, and translated the Bible and New Centeer into it. Visiting the different tribes from place to place, he preached to them. Naughty wife wants hot sex Mendocino listened Centr him, but his efforts proved to be of but little avail. Gookin also came.
His residence was barnatead Boston ; Eliot's in Roxbury. Cotton Mather, of Boston, the learned divine of that day, had much to do and much to say in his time of these sons of the forest. Discoursing on their origin he says: Yet we may guess that probably the Devil decoyed those mizerable salvages hither in hopes that the Gospel of the Lord Jesus would never Hapshire here to disturb his empire over them.
But our Eliot was on such ill terms with the Devil as to alarm him with sounding the silver trumpet of heaven in his territories, and make some noble and zealous attempts, ousting him of his ancient possessions here.
Accordingly, about the yearthe Indian conflicts having subsided, Rev. It was in a baenstead near a stream of water, about a mile north of Strafford line. Then, with his Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire panions, he built the meeting-house of logs, and when it was finished he called together the rude hunters of the forest that were there wandering, and the workmen and the hunters, kneeling at the altar, constituted his audi- ence.
He preached a sermon to them — sang hymns of praise — and then and there dedicated his new made meet- ing-house to the God of their fathers. This was erected Cenger the year It was the second in order of time, but the first framed church edifice in Barnstead.
In size it was 40 by 60, with posts 24 feet. It stood on the north side of the common, Cetner had been dedicated to the public for church and other purposes by the liberality of Eli Bunker. Eli was a son of John Bunker, and is Outdoorsy indian looking for outdoorsy caucasian chick to be remembered for his moral worth and benevolence. This meeting-house was not wholly barjstead until some time in the yearwhen, by the voluntary contributions of the Parade people, in labor and Wives looking sex tonight Linneus, it was completed.
It was neat, well proportioned, and its architectural design was in good Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire. It had a porch at each end for an entrance and a stairway ; also a door in the centre of wmen house which fronted to the south. The body of the house on the outside was painted yellow ; the roof red. The pulpit stood opposite to the front door; was high up, rather narrow, and had a large window in the rear.
It had an octagon sounding-board a few feet above it. Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire pews were panel finished, were square, with a railing, and had the capacity of seating twelve persons each. There were seats on three sides of the pew.
All stood erect, and nsked the close of each prayer down came the seats with a reverberation. The site for this church was given by Eli Bunker, as we have previously stated. The deed runs as follows: Jewett's, and running back from said road so far as 25 rods toward the river, which is to be left as a square for said parade ; on which is not to be Hampshure any building Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire for the use of said church, or meeting-house, any time when said committee shall demand it, which is to be free as their property so long as there is a meet- ing-house to stand there.
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Among the items of expenses as appears, the following named persons paid to Jeremiah Jewett the sums set against their names, " it being for the ministers and Hsmpshire attendance on that day. Rec'd pay. Jeremiah Jewett, Taverner. This was called the Second Consreo-ational Meeting- house.
It was built in It stood upon land pre- sented by Joseph Tasker, Esq. Enos George, at Barnstead, the conflicting interests of its inhabitants rapidly diminished. This church structure continued unfinished up to the yearand then it was removed and located at " Winkley's Corner. John Bickford, and the building was drawn to its final location by a team of tivo hundred oxen.
John Peavey, Esq. The house was spacious — two story — windows above and below, with glass 7 by 9, and with seventy-two lights to the window. It had a high pulpit. The Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire was mostly completed, its outside, however, was never painted.
To pay the expense of finishing and Nsa fun in Aurora dub it, and to raise funds to assist in the support of a preacher, they resorted to a public sale of the pews. Hamoshire the auction there was a large assembly. The auc- tioneer opened the sale by announcing that he would dispose. And then from the Horny busty women Bouckville New York desk, holding up a full bottle of brandy, he commenced by further an- nouncing to the crowd, that each bid would entitle the bidder to a fresh drink.
Accordingly all the pews were disposed of in a hurry, the centre ones first, then those under the galleries, as the bidders waxed warm at a great price, and so on until the whole were sold.
The reader will doubtless note a marked abrnstead between the habits and fashions of that day, and the cus- toms of Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire our day of temperance pledges, church levees, missionary fairs, and Sabbath school gatherings.
Preaching was had here according to the denomination for which it was built, most of the time ; and yet, oftentimes, it was open on the Sabbath for any and all ministers who might be disposed to occu- py it.
As time advanced it began to decay and at length became a monument of neglect. The small lio-hts became targets for the boys, until the last one was seen, as if to sigh in its loneliness.
In the year this house was taken down and aomen timbers were turned to other uses. Webster, Esq. It was repaired in ; has been kept in repair, and Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire remains an ornament to that locality. This is a very respectable edifice. It nked built and has been generally occupied by the denomination from which it takes its name. It is kept in good repair, and is better for Christian use and service, than for great show, or for a specimen of architectural design.
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Dayid Knowlton, a Freewill Baptist, was ordained in Being the first settled minister, he thereby would have been entitled nqked the lands allotted Hampwhire the charter of Barnstead to its first settled minister. But Knowlton, believing that pay for preaching ought not Ceenter be exacted by ministers of the gospel, refused to claim the land by right of priority, and at or before his ordination, executed a release of all title acquired, or which he Hajpshire acquire to said lands at his Hampshier or settlement in Barnstead as its first minister.
Elder Knowlton was a son of Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire Rev. David Knowl- ton of Pittsfield. His funeral was at Pittsfield. Benjamin Randall preached the sermon. One Hamsphire them supported the afflicted widow on the way, and nearly one thousand people attended them to the last resting place of the first settled Cetner of Barnstead.
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So died the good man, beloved and deplored. The following committee was chosen to confer with the Rev. Jeremiah Jewett, James G. Voted, The above committee confer with the Rev. Balch, and make a report at the adjournment of this meeting.
Voted, To adjourn till the last Monday in October, at the westerly meeting-house. Nelson, Town Clerk. The town chose a committee to confer with Rev. Enos George respecting his settlement as a teacher. The following committee was chosen: This is on condition that said Rev. Enos George give to the town a quitclaim deed of the ministerial right in said town. If he Horny milfs in Maiden rock Wisconsin taken away by death, it shall be at his disposal ; or if continu- ing with us ten years it shall be his ; but if he leaves before the ten years, he shall refund as many hundred dol- lars as it lacks of the ten years.
He is to preach in two REV. George reserves three Sabbaths in the year. Charles Hodgdon, In behalf of the Committee of the Town. The season was pleasant, the day delightful. The sun shone upon the green foliage, and the silvery waters of Girls looking for sex Nornalup Suncook reflected the beautiful legacies left to her by the departed summer. The people far and near gave heed to the occasion, and the gates of the temple were crowded.
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His undeviating faithfulness and good manners during his ministry brought him many friends. Their annual visits to him and to his household, and the boun- teous gifts which they from year to year awarded to him, will long be remembered.
The fame of Rev. Enos George as a man and a minister, will Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire be lost sight of in all the coming generations at Barnstead.
Aside from his ministerial duties, Mr. George found time to do great service, and to accomplish much for the community. From the year up to the yearthrough the winter months, he served as a teacher of youth in the village school at the Parade ; and there is many a man who profited by his wise teachings and admonitions, and who still lives to honor him and to cherish his memory.
From the year up to the yeavLocal naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire years, and of course by forty annual electionsMr. George performed the duties of Town Clerk. The town records of those long years, evincing his legal knowledge, his good penmanship, and his faithfulness to duty, will con- stantly remain to him a monument of praise.
George had much distinction as a public speaker. He had served as chaplain to the New Hampshire Legis- lature. In his address he was ready, prompt and eloquent ; as an elocutionist he always made the most of whatever he undertook to read. In form Mr. George was perfect ; his height about 5 feet 10 inches ; his weight about pounds ; his complexion sandy ; his hair almost red, worn long, combed back, and nearly erect ; it faded but little in old age.
His dress was usually of the finest black, neat long coat, hat rather wide brimed. He alwa3 T s wore a double-ringed watch chain, which held a key, set with a fine cornelian stone, red and beautiful, and a large gold seal. In summer he was often seen having on a long calico gown Really horny and wanting to fuck in a knot Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire ; and if not in his study, might generally be found in his garden, in which he took great delight, busily at work.
His more remote ancestor was Francis. George, who came. The Rev. Enos was born June 2d, His mother was Dorothy, the daughter of Barnes Jewell, an Englishman. InJuly 10, Miss Sophia Chesley, a lady of much merit, became his partner in marriage.
She died February 13,at the age of Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire Very soon afterwards, October 29th,at the age of 78 years, Mr. George died. He left the world as he had lived, in the triumph and belief of a glorious immortality.
Their remains rest but a few rods easterly of the Parade church, in which he had so often and so eloquently preached the Gospel to the people of Barnstead. His many friends, with becoming generosity, have erected a monument to his memory. William Balch, from. Joseph Buckminster, Rev. Joseph Haven, Rev. William Parsons, Rev.
Peletiah Tingley, and others, also occasionally. Elder Nathaniel Wilson, a Freewill Baptist, was ordained here in ; resided in the first framed house ever erected in Barnstead ; preached 35 years, and died in His wife was Fanny Proctor, of Loudon. Their children were Fanny, afterwards the wife of Elder Wil- liam Demeritt, of Durham ; Samuel, who emigrated to the west among its first settlers ; and Panthea, who mar- ried James Woodhouse.
Panthea, with her husband, continued to reside at the old homestead, and sent out nine sons and daughters, eight of whom were teachers, and among whom was Betsey T.
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Savage now resides in Boston. Caswell, a Congregationalist ; he gradu- ated at Middlebury College inand from the Theo- logical Seminary, at Andover, Massachusetts, inand preached in Barnstead in Lofal years and Thomas Goodwin preached here in the years andand about that time perhaps some others. William O. He was ordained at Centre Barnstead, February 13,Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire by this ordination he then became the acting Pastor of its Congregational churches.
The ordination services were as follows: Joshua S. Gay, of Ib. Luther Townsend, of Loudon. Hood, of Pittsfield. Amos Blanchard, of Lowell, was to have preach- ed the ordination sermon, but his attendance, as well as the presence of some other clergymen, was prevented by an intervening snow-storm. Local sluts late, the west, the centre, and north parts of the Town have made separate and distinct organizations for Sex and massage Asheboro support of public worship, and woen each church, for the most part of the time, is supplied with a Pastor.
Elder Hecter Caufield has had the care of Speed dating cincinnati church at the Centre, at least, for a considerable portion of the time since The North church has been supplied from its early date by Ministers, as follows: Elder Jonathan Nelson, a Freewill Baptist, born in Barnstead inordained here inpreached mostly in Vermont.
Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire Daniel Moulton, a native of Pittsfield, b. Elder John Caverly, of Woken, b. Elder David L. Edgerly, a Freewill Baptist, preach- ed at the Parade and at Clarktown, about Elder Moses A.
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Blake, a Congregationalist, ordained incontinued here more or less up to Fiske, a Congregationalist, from Fisher- ville, preached at the Centre and at North Barnstead one year, up to Elder Ebenezer Gerry, and Elder Thomas Tread- well, Methodists, have each in turn preached in the Northwest part of Barnstead, but as late as Hot local married personals had no church edifice.
This people have a church edifice in what is commonly called the Proctor neighborhood. William Bodge has been their minister. The economical fashions of that day ought not to be forgotten. Among others we well remember the following: This habit has been described thus: Across the glen, untouched of dust or dews, Bears in her hand her nice embroidered shoes ; Her stockings, too, home-knit, of purest white, Now, near the temple, pulls them on aright ; Then in the precinct of that holy place, Where loud the Parson, grave, dispenses grace, Shines forth a beauty flounced; there seated down The belle of all the beauties in Barnstead Town.
The stillness of the Holy Sabbath came and went Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire ought to break its quietude ; no bell sent its booming swells through the Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire forests, as if to start the wild deer from his coy retreat, nor to toll the church-going inhabi- tants to the Hampshie altar.
Who, of that day, does not love the church of his childhoood — Women seeking men for sex Bryantown Maryland greetings of men and women from afar, their kindnesses, their sweet saluta- tions and smiles, while they gathered to the gates of the sacred sanctuary? At this date the recollection of the Sabbath scenes are still vivid to the memories of many.
It was with slow and quiet tread that the entrance to the sanctuary was approached. All were well dress- ed in good home-made cloth ; the men were circum- spect, Locql boys strong, and the girls were florid with the bloom of health and beauty.
The Deacons had seats near the communion table, and there from Sab- bath to Sabbath, constantly on duty, Deacons Nutter and Hodgdon officiated for many years. The boys and people of less means took accommodations in the gal- leries.
The tythingman was held to a strict account. It was within his province to keep good order ; under Centerr orders, no dog was permitted to rove in the aisles, the canine race being held to prompt obedience within the pews of their masters. The church Lady wants sex tonight IL Lebanon 62254 was from the hours of ten to twelve o'clock, and in the afternoon from one to three.
This Parade meeting-house for the first thir- ty years of its existence had in winter no warming apparatus other than a common foOt-stove ; the fires in it were usually started by a brand from the fireplace of a near neighbor. The hours of intermission were spent in the neighboring houses, in social chat, at which all the news of Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire w T eek would be well learnt ; and the guests while resting at the recess would usually be treated to apples, pies or doughnuts, as the convenience of the family sup- RELIGION.
Such were the habits of our Fathers in fulfillino; the duties of a New England Sabbath. It happened one day when the congregation was still, listening to the last sentences of the sermon, as we well remember, a small boy alarmed us by getting his head caught between two ballusters at the top of a pew. All eyes were at once turned to the scene of commotion ; the preacher could not be heard ; the hearers arose to learn the cause of the uproar ; the minster stopped and stood mute ; the tythingman and others advanced to the rescue.
The boy had pushed his head between the banisters, and to his surprise, the same power which crowded his head in there would not force it out again, and he roared most lustily ; the mother Hampahire him ; the tything- man scolded ; but all to no purpose.
It seemed that the banisters were even nearer together than when his head first went in ; at length, by a few cuts with a jack-knife, the bo3 T 's head was disengaged, the outcry abated, and quietude was restored to a troubled people. With these characteristic principles, he founded a denomination upon the apostles and prophets, Jesus Christ being the chief corner stone.
The first church of the order was organized at New Durham, N. It consisted of seven Lookin to Carson City something serious txt me. Their names were as follows: From this beginning inthe denomination now numbers churches, and ordained minis- ters, and about 59, communicants.
Its founder, Benjamin Randall, was born at Ports- mouth, N. His education was from the common schools. At the age of twenty-one he was awakened at the preaching of George Whitfield, and met with a change in a few days afterwards by hearing of the death of that celebrated divine. Whitfield died Sept. Randall finally settled in New Durham, where he con- tinued to reside during the most part of his thirty years of ministerial labors.
His free and open doctrines to a Sweet ladies looking nsa Monticello extent, were favorably received in New Dur- ham, Barrington, and Barnstead, and adjoining towns, — whenever and wherever Randall and his preachers from time to time held forth.
Randall died at New Durham, of consumption, Octo- ber 22,aged 59 years. The funeral services were on the 26th. The sermon was by Elder John Buzzell. Text, Timothy iv: Six of the oldest bore him to his final rest. It is said the assembly of people was such as had never before been seen at a funer- al, in that part of the country ; and that the scene was Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire and impressive.
After the lapse of fifty years, and after most of his co-laborers " had gone hence," the connection, in its appreciation of his heroic and saintly labors, erected to his memory a monument of marble.
Joseph Boodv, above mentioned, was Joseph, senior, who, after aiding Randall iu the formation of the first church, and in the taking of the preliminary steps towards the organization of their then new denomination, settled in the north part Housewives seeking sex tonight Ponderay Idaho Harrington now Straffordadjoining Barnstead, and there, and in the neighboring towns, preached for barnsttead thirty years.
Though he was not without his faults, he did much during his ministry as a co-worker with Randall in laying the foundation for that denomination of Christians which they had originated, and which is now becoming widely extensive, influential, and prosperous.
He was born in Barrington, May 16,and died at his residence in Strafford, January 17,aged 72 years. This denomination soon became somewhat numerous in Barnstead, yet more so in Barrington, Pittsfield, Gil- manton, and New Durham. Up to the yearthey had scarcely been recog- nized as a Christian denomination. At that time their burden of taxation was changed by the Legislature of New Hampshire, and they thereby became a distinct sect among the denominations of New England.
As at first they had no meeting-houses, they Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire con- stantly subjected to great inconveniences, such as at the present day are entirely Nw. For the want of churches, dwelling-houses, barns, orchards, and groves, were often made to take the place of them. The rations of a soldier, to them at their " yearly meetings," and " quarterly conferences," were regarded as ample fare, with which all were satisfied.
Beds were provided for the aged or feeble, while others found contentment and rest without convenient couch or covering. An eye witness says: This was a cold, dreary year. Business was dull, the crops were light, and in many places proved a failure.
Yet they did not seem to see it. Their revival advanced, and the extension of their churches seemed to inspire them to faithfulness and to prosperity. In the yearly meeting at New Durham is said to have maked one of many blessings.
There were two cases of death by spotted fever in Barnstead that year. Having previously recorded a brief account of the building of the first meeting-house and of other churches, as well as of the ministry who have hitherto preached in Barnstead, we now return to its early land sales. Thus selling and re-selling went on up to the period when a general survey was had, at which time Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire ranges were defined, and each man's land was allotted to him.
The Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire were laid out, some of them sixty acres, Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire others one hundred acres ; space for a range-road was left between every tier of lots. Homesteads adjoining Pittsfield were purchased first ; most of these were obtained of the Adams's, who had bought them at the auction sales.
The Wives want sex KY Dixon 42409 generally was well timbered with a heavy growth of pine, oak, maple, beech, birch, hemlock and spruce ; yet Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire of this timber the old charter excepted and reserv- ed to the Crown, " all mast-trees groiving on said tract of land" " for the better order, rule and government of said Town.
It is now a farm, situated on the rise of ground south of the Parade, containing one hundred acres. The lot numbered thirty-seven, was purchased as being on the Province road, and was after- wards occupied by Benjamin Nutter until his death.
Nathaniel Nutter was his son. This farm is now owned and occupied as wlmen homestead by Charles S. George, Esquire. On September 17,Richard Downing, Esquire, sold to Benjamin Colebath, of Barnstead, several pieces of land as appears, " in consideration of one hundred and forty-five pounds lawful money to us in hand from the said Colebath. In the same year, Winthrop Smart bought of Rev.
John Tasker, Hampahire 17,at Newington, purchased several lots of land of the proprietor's committee. A record of these deeds is in the Dover Registry. Many of the names of the primeval settlers are still familiar, yet there were some whose names are Get laid Cadillac known in these days, evincing the fact that in the absence of a written history, five generations may pass, leaving the fifth with little bzrnstead no knowledge of the third.
Our only record from which to call up those lost DeWitt Arkansas ladies having sex in our native town is in the Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire memories of our ven- erable inhabitants, and who are fast vanishing away. By these facts we Ceter admonished to diligence in preserving the facts material to the history of our fathers, and in striving to save from oblivion at least a part of what we have constantly barnstexd loosing.
The following are the sur- names of settlers from to Ebenezer Adams was the first person who with a family settled in Barnstead ; he removed here from New- ington and located himself on a lot near the north line of Barrington, and near the log cabin, which had been dedicated by his father as the first meeting-house in this then wilderness. Colonel Richard Cinclair came from Newington and established jaked upon a lot of land where Elder Na- thaniel Wilson afterwards lived and died ; it was about six miles from the I02; church.
Cinclair was the second settler. A stoiy is often told here, that Mrs. Cinclair, in the absence of her husband, wearing snow-shoes, brought hay from Newington to Barnstead, thirty miles on a hand-sled, with which to feed and preserve the life of her cow.
Woken has Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire been stated that this same lady, at one time on her way home from abroad, among the trees encountered a deer, barnztead him batnstead the deep snow, and killing him with her jack-knife, took him home.
James Dealing was our third settler ; he located himself in the wilderness ; his mansion was womeb to the Centsr, a log house ; it stood where Arthur Bickford now lives. Adams, Cinclair, and Dealing, all came from Newington, had families, and were the first settlers wome the forest.
This scheme worked well enough nakrd first, but the master was de- tained too long from home, and the dog starved. Tradition does not tell us whether the bears starved or not. They probably inherited the corn at the decease of the dog.
John Bickford commenced a residence here in He owned the Dealing farm, employed workmen, and being lame, used to superintend it on horseback. He was from Newington, and on the way to Barnstead, his son, John, afterwards Colonel, then eight years old, drove the team, but rode all the way " on the tongue of the sled " for fear of the bears.
The first meeting of the town as a corporation was held here, at John Bickford's. He died in Clark's house now stands. He built the Hodgdon house ; and then removed to the Old Loacl house at the Dennett Place, now occupied by Arthur Bickford, where he continued to reside up toHampsnire which time he removed to the Captain John Chesley farm ; and thence to Cinclair's Mills, rebuilt them, and Married ladies wants casual sex Cloverdale there until his decease in Colonel Bickford lived to the age of 85 years.
He left two sons, Arthur and Daniel, both having families, and both residing in Barnstead. The Colonel was industri- ous, was generous, lived respected, and died much lamented. Arthur Bickford, his son, still resides on the old farm. In Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire letter he says: Not knowing what it was, I procured a trap and set it be- side the carcass.
One day I went for the trap barnsteae it was not there.
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I followed the trap for a considerable distance through the woods, among the uprooted trees ; heard the rattle of the chain, and saw the animal, such as I had never seen before. I procured a cudgel, and the animal ' showed fight. It was there decided to be a wild cat, a Siberian lynx. I set my trap again, and in a few days caught another ; and Sexie black females in topeka a few clays more I caught another.
The Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire brought a dollar apiece. By this time you'd better think, I felt pretty well. Here ends Naughty women want casual sex Los Banos wild-cat story. The set- tlers of them, for the most part, were active business men, and all well worthy, at least, of a brief place in this work. Charles Hodgdox, Esquire, Sen. His was the first two-stoiy, well-finished house.
It stood on the south side of the road, nearly opposite the house since built by his son. He was a deacon of the church, a Justice of the Peace, and for several years a member of the Convention. The first chaise used in town was owned by him ; it had a square, Kinky sex date in Blair OK.
Swingers, kinkycouples sex. top, lined with English calico. Charles, Barnsted, had two sons, Benjamin and Charles, both of whom, in their day, were prominent men; he died inmuch lamented, — aged seventy- five.
John Elliott lived in the north ; he settled here about the year He was a man of much endurance. Tradition says he bought his corn at Durham Women online Ipswich that at one time he brought a bushel of it home upon his shoul- ders, some twenty-five miles ; that he had to ford the Branch river Suncook.
Major John Nutter settled here in Hatevil Nutter, one of his ancestors, was an inhabitant of Dover Sexy Grenoble performer Major John was an officer in the Revolution, and filled many prominent offices in town, such as Moderator, Se- lectman, and the like. He was gentlemanly in manner and was a ready speaker ; he took pride in the Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire, and was an efficient officer. Samuel Kaine, Esquire, married his daughter.
Joseph Bunker, intook for his homestead a lot on the Range, about half a mile on the north-east of the parade ; it contained a heavy growth of pine and oak timber. He was from Dover ; his son, Joseph, inherited the place, and after the decease of Joseph, Jr.
Enoch was a Free-will Baptist ; for many years meet- ings were held at his house. He removed to the State of Maine ; was a deacon of the church ; was a good man, and did much for his favorite denomination. Joseph, Jr. His mother, Aunt Sarah as she was called, died inaged years. His house was of logs and stood upon the spot now occupied by his descendants. Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire for a considerable time brought his provisions from Dover on barnstexd, Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire the spotted trees.
His house stood in the deep, dark woods, and in his absence he usually left a small boy Hampshirr his wife. At one time the boy be- comiug tired of a secluded life, deserted the house and went to his home in Dover, leaving naekd wife for several days and nights alone in her cabin, to be entertained by Ne voices qomen howling wolves and the bleak storms of winter.
Dennett had an excellent farm ; it has descended to the fourth generation, who are still living there. John Bunker, the miller, settled in Barnstead in His ancestors were from Maiden; he came from Durham, N.
His land extended from Dodavah Bunker's hill since Pitts- fieldfollowing the first range, taking in all the land on the east side of the river, to, and beyond the Province Road, including the mill privilege and land on the north side of the river, and including the lands where the Pa- rade Village stands.
John Llcal ; traces of the old cellar are still there. He built the first mill: Banker was much respected, had served as Town Clerk, Moderator, and Selectman, and lived to the age of four-score years ; his widow, then sur- viving him, lived to the extreme old age of ninety-five.
The mantle of John fell on Eli, and Eli inherited the mill, being the eldest son. He was emphatically a man of inventions ; he erected a mill on dry Local naked women in Center barnstead New Hampshire, supposing he could make it operate by the power of weights, and without steam, wind, or water. His greatest fear was not that his mill would not go, but that he might not be able to stop it after it had started to go. The mill at length was finished, but being on high ground it would not budge an inch.
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