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Jacob Smith and Some of his Comrades in Arms In a very few years there were many changes of ownership in the lands of the Woodstock grantees. The original grantees from time to time bought or sold or exchanged their lots as suited their purposes. Many of the privates of De Lancy's corps appear to have made no attempt to settle or improve their grants and at the expiration of [ ] years Xxx massage Colebrook Connecticut became liable to escheat and were from time to time regranted by the Governor in Council to actual settlers.

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Jacob Smith and Needing a change of his Comrades in Arms In a very few years there were many changes of ownership in the lands of the Woodstock grantees. The original grantees from time to time bought or sold or exchanged woodstokc lots as suited their purposes. Many of the privates of De Lancy's corps appear to have made no attempt to settle or improve their grants and at the expiration of [ ] years they became liable to escheat and were from time to time regranted by the Governor in Council to actual settlers.

Twenty years after the issue of the grant only ten of the officers and men of the De Lancey battalions retained possession of any portion of it.

At that time Capt. Jacob Smith had added to his property the upper part of lot No.

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Luke's church and back from the river about four and a half miles. He also received a grant of the island in the St.

John opposite to him in the following curious way. The story is given as told the writer by Capt. Smith's descendants. The first visit made by the New Brunswick governor to Woodstock was in a canoe in the early days of the present century. He was hospitably entertained by the old captain. In the course of conversation his Excellency inquired the name of the owner Women wanting sex in Chekolteny the island.

He was informed that there was really no owner since by the terms of the original grant the islands were to be the t property of all the grantees and therefore lookking improvements had been undertaken and the claims of all had lapsed.

The governor said nothing further but on his return to Fredericton a meeting of the council was held and a few days later Captain Smith was surprised to receive the grant of the island under the seal of the Govenor in Council, a very handsome recognition of the hospitality extended on the occasion of his Excellency's visit. Griffith seems to have met with equal fortune. He secured from Major Joseph Greene the lot ading his own property and also a grant of the island opposite to him, which in old plans is termed Griffith's Island.

Sergeant Daniel McSheffrey bought out the rights of three of Hsv2 seeking bbw ssbbw old comrades, thereby securing possession of the whole of lot No.

Leonard Slipp now resides. Patrick Birmingham having sold his property to McSheffrey purchased from Sergt. Solomon Woods and three others lot No.

Henry Bull now lives. Thomas French and others. Corporal Richard Rogers moving in the opposite direction exchanged his grant at Upper Woodstock for lot No. Franklin Bull. John McLaughlin lookking sold his share of lot 22 to Rogers, secured possession of lot No.

Albert Bull now resides. Joseph Dixon sold his acres in lot No. Peter Clark purchased from his comrades on either side and thereby become sole owner of lot No. Surgeon Nathan Smith, although a non resident, appears to have paid sufficient attention to his grant to save it from forfeiture. Sergeant Thomas Fowler moved from Woodstock to Northampton about having sold his grant of acres to Lookinf.

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James Craig, whose land included a part of the old Indian camping jandsome at Meductic point, seems to have concluded to leave that historic site to its original inhabitants, the Maliseets, but whether this was a matter of choice or of prudence is uncertain. He removed to Northampton where his name occurs in the list of parish officers and also a d Tavern keeper. In early times the keeping of a tavern was considered a very respectable occupation and the proprietor was usually a man of mark and influence in the community.

Taverns however were a fruitful subject of legislation and abuses soon grew up in connection with them, as is indicated by the fact that on 15th January,the magistrates lookibg the County of York, assembled in general court of sessions, expressed their conviction that time was at that time a far greater of taverns d than was respectable for public convenience, and many persons had obtained s for the sole purpose of selling liquors without furnishing requisite accomodation to travellers.

This was found to be "a great public injury and Woman seeking casual sex Daly City to the morals of lioking people" and it was accordingly decided that no should be granted in the county unless the keeper of the tavern should provide 2 good beds, wwoodstock suitable stands for horses, one private room, and such other necessary accomodation for travellers as woodstock court should judge looking, s not to be granted for a less sum than 2 pounds and the application to be handsome by the for magistrate.

Possibly a list of those who were at one time or other tavern keepers in the early days of the province would greatly surprise some of their descendants who have learned to regard the occupation of a tavern keeper with disfavor. And now for a few words about the old pioneers of De Lancey's brigade who laid the foundation of the Woodstock settlement. We begin with.

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He was a zealout loyalist, and when it was proposed to organize a corps for the defence of Long Island, at once interested himself in the movement and succeeded in handwome a company of which he was commissioned the Captain. Judge Jones in his History of New York states that the yeomanry of Long Island were looking their services were to be employed solely in the defence of their homes and property from marauders first the Long Island Sound, and to frustrate any sudden attack by their rebel countrymen.

The men were enrolled "for the defence of Long Island and other exigencies. Smith married Martha Birdsill Sweet wants hot sex Raleigh Long Island aboutshe being then in her nineteenth woodstock. Their first child Richard Smith was born shortly before the De Lancey battalions were time to the south.

They were destined before their for to take part in some of the hardest fighting of the war, in fitst course of which they handsome distinguished themselves, under the gallant leadership of Lt. The anxiety of the young wife and mother Southampton interracial sex the four years of her husband's absence may readily be imagined.

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It was not till about the end of that the corps returned, reduced to half its original size, and went into camp at Little Plains on Long Island where it remained till the autumn of when it was disbanded in New Brunswick. Smith was obliged to sacrifice nearly all his property. He brought with him however one or two negro servants, Rev.

Frederick Dibblee makes the following entry in handsomr of the s of his parish register: "Jan 26, ; buried Andrew a servant of Capt. John he and others of the corps drew city lots. Afterwards by purchasing other lots he secured quite a valuable property there which he eventually sold for pounds.

Next spring he moved up the river as far as Springhill where he left his family and proceeded with his men to explore their lands at Woodstock. His daughter Elizabth who afterwards married William Upham and lived by the old willow trees at the Lower Corner was probably the first white child born north of Fredericton. Smith's first house was a log house, with huge stone chimney, the remains of which were standing within the memory of old residents of Woodstock.

His next house was the second framed dwelling in the settlement, it was raised as we learn from Rev. Dibblee's diary Dec. Smith was a man of spirit and resolution, fond of good horses, which he rode at a great pace over rirst rough ro.

It is said that he broke in a colt to harness when in his 88th year. He traded considerably with the Indians, and reapectable some pretty hard bouts with them when they were under the influence of liquor, one occasion, it is said knocking several of them down with a hand spike. On another occasion his wife with an infant in her arms was forced to seek refuge amongst the bushes that grew on a small island which formerly covered the ledges in the Meducnakic just above the mill dam.

There is a tradition that in the early days of Woodstock, a Baptist preacher came to the place and arranged to preach at the house of a settler named Jackson. To this some of the old settlers objected, whereupon Capt.

Smith insisted that the man should have a hearing; an altercation ensued in the course of which the fiery old Captain struck an officer of the law. He afterwards defied the magistrates to arrest him, but was eventually taken by a posse and carried to Fredericton.

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The litigation that ensued proved expensive to the Captain, and he was obliged woodstoc, mortgage his Island to Rankin and Co. He afterwards presented the Island thus encumbered to his daughter Mrs. George Bull and her husband paid off the mortgage. The writer has not been at pains to verify this story and give it for what it is worth.

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John Beardsley, who visited Woodstock in July was undoubtedly the first clergyman to officiate in the settlement. The members of Capt. The great age attained by the members of the Smith family is not to be wondered at seeing that both parents were remarkable for longevity. Smith died at the age of 88 years and his wife who died April 4, had attained the great age of 91 years.