The province dr to Jona[than] Willard by order of the selectmen ... : Sheffield, [Mass.], 1756 Oct. 9.


The province dr to Jona[than] Willard by order of the selectmen ... : Sheffield, [Mass.], 1756 Oct. 9.

Bill, Oct. 6, 1756, submitted and signed by Jonathan Willard to the selectmen of Sheffield, Mass., for the transport, care, and burial of William Wheeler of Concord, Mass.

1 item (1 leaf) ; 17 x 20 cm.

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