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 David Wallingford Sr.

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David Wallingford Sr.

Birth
Rochester, Strafford County, New Hampshire, USA
Death
18 Jan 1815 (aged 44–45)
Milton, Strafford County, New Hampshire, USA
Burial
Milton, Strafford County, New Hampshire, USA
Plot
63
Memorial ID
163318058 View Source

David was a soldier in the New Hampshire line and his wife Sarah is Pensioner. Please notice the Additional Names:
New Hampshire - Image United States Revolutionary War Pension & Bounty Land Warrant Applications, 1800-1900

He is buried in Plummer/Jones/Palmer/Wallingford Cemetery.

He was a New Hampshire Revolutionary War soldier on 15 Jan 1781. His widow applied for a Bounty Land Warrant #17890-160-55.

He of Rochester, husbandman, sold for 60 pounds to Stephen Wentworth of Rochester, innholder, 80 acres of land in Rochester. This land was 1/3 part of the second division lot of land number 15 originally granted to John Ambler.

On 12 June 1815 his sons Samuel and Peter were appointed as his guardians as David was judged to be a "non compos and distracted person". They did an inventory of his estate the next month that shows a homestead farm of 70 acres in lot #72 in the 3d division of Milton, the original right of Samuel Alley, 100 acres in lot #71 in the 3d division, the original right of James Durgin, 60 acres in lot #119 in the 4th division, the original right of Samuel Heard, and 15 acres in lot #52 in the 3d division, the original right of Samuel Pinkham et al. This land was divided up amongst his children, with the house going to his widow and son Peter.

On 20 April 1816 John Scates of Milton was chosen guardian for David's children Abigail, Mary and David, all minors upwards of 14 years of age, and John gave bond with Isaac Scates and James Twombly both of Milton. John Scates was married to Mary "Polly" Worster, who was sister to the wife of one of David's other children, Samuel.

His parents were Peter Wallingford and Abigail Walker of Rochester.

David was a soldier in the New Hampshire line and his wife Sarah is Pensioner. Please notice the Additional Names:
New Hampshire - Image United States Revolutionary War Pension & Bounty Land Warrant Applications, 1800-1900

He is buried in Plummer/Jones/Palmer/Wallingford Cemetery.

He was a New Hampshire Revolutionary War soldier on 15 Jan 1781. His widow applied for a Bounty Land Warrant #17890-160-55.

He of Rochester, husbandman, sold for 60 pounds to Stephen Wentworth of Rochester, innholder, 80 acres of land in Rochester. This land was 1/3 part of the second division lot of land number 15 originally granted to John Ambler.

On 12 June 1815 his sons Samuel and Peter were appointed as his guardians as David was judged to be a "non compos and distracted person". They did an inventory of his estate the next month that shows a homestead farm of 70 acres in lot #72 in the 3d division of Milton, the original right of Samuel Alley, 100 acres in lot #71 in the 3d division, the original right of James Durgin, 60 acres in lot #119 in the 4th division, the original right of Samuel Heard, and 15 acres in lot #52 in the 3d division, the original right of Samuel Pinkham et al. This land was divided up amongst his children, with the house going to his widow and son Peter.

On 20 April 1816 John Scates of Milton was chosen guardian for David's children Abigail, Mary and David, all minors upwards of 14 years of age, and John gave bond with Isaac Scates and James Twombly both of Milton. John Scates was married to Mary "Polly" Worster, who was sister to the wife of one of David's other children, Samuel.

His parents were Peter Wallingford and Abigail Walker of Rochester.


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