Note: kept the old tavern, four miles from Kingston Plains, in what is now South Kingston, from 1776 to 1830, dying about the year last men-
tioned, at the age of eighty-eight.
Per notes of John Lyle Bascom-Gordon, Compiler,
"See 'History of Rockingham and Strafford Counties, N H', by D. Hamilton Hurd, page 382;
He was called Major, and kept the old tavern in what is now called South Kington [Kingston?]. He had three daughters and four sons, and all settled in Kingston, but only six are known. He represented Kingston in the State Legislature."
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