John William Shepard letter
Four-page letter from John William Shepard of Gilmanton, New Hampshire to Samuel Fletcher, telling him about the dishonest practices in politics as revealed in the court trial of Captain Parrish. Misdated by writer, 1816.
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Lemuel Barker (d. 1845), Mrs. Mary Barker (d. 1828) i.e. Mrs. Lemuel Barker, Misses Barker of Concord, NH, Mrs. Nancy (Greely) Burns i.e. Mrs. Thomas Burns, Thomas Burns (1767-1831), Enoch Colby, Ebenezer Eastman (1777-), Joseph French of Gilmanton, NH, Daniel Gale 3rd of Gilmanton, NH, dudley Ladd of Gilford, NH, Mrs. Frances (Coffin) Moody i.e. Mrs. Stephen Moody, New Hampshire Legislature, Rufus Parrish of Gilmanton, NH, Josiah Parsons (1781-1842), William Plumer (1759-1850), William Prescott (1759-1836), Mrs. Mary (Barker) West i.e. Mrs. William West
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