Smart

Robert SMART, Exeter, soldier in French & Indian War

Spouse: (1) Eleanor Pratty 9/25/1674 Exeter (2) Rebecca ?Hilton (3) Mary ____ by 1701

Children: Mary; Robert; William, estate appraisal 1723-4; Benjamin; Rebecca; Charles; Joseph; John; Rebecca; Ann; Eleanor; Eunice; Elizabeth

 

Mary SMART born 1690 died 4/13/1740 

Spouse: Joseph GLIDDEN born 1688, died 6/5/1761 New Durham; he married (2) circa 1735 Dorcas Bennett

Children: John; Mary married John Sanborn; Tobias married Mariam Chapman; Andrew married Susannah Woodman; William married Sarah Chesley; Zebulon married Temperance Whiddon; Lydia married Joseph Palmer; Mary married John Sanborn; Joseph married Anna Woodman


 Provincial papers. Documents and records relating to the province of New Hampshire..., Volume 32: ROBERT SMART 1718 EXETER Wm Smart desiring adm on his father Robert Smart his Estate allow d provided he bring a Renunciation from under his mothers hand to ye Register apprisors Edwd Hall James Burley Probate Minutes June 4 1718 Administration on the estate of Robert Smart of Exeter granted to his son William Smart of Exeter July 23 1718 Probate Records vol 10 p 57 Warrant April 13 1740 authorizing Moses Leavitt of Stratham Samuel Gilman gentleman Edward Gilman yeoman both of Exeter Richard Mattoon gentleman and Walter Bryent yeoman both of Newmarket to divide the estate of Robert Smart Probate Records vol 15 p 45 License to the administrator May 30 1744 to sell real estate Probate Records vol 15 p 333 Inventory July 23 1718 amount 413.8 6 signed by Edward Hall and James Burleigh Notice Sept 17 1738 to Thomas Tufts Robert Smart Benjamin Smart Charles Smart Richard Smart and Joseph Smart all of Newmarket and John Smart of Durham to appear and answer to an application that administration de bonis non be granted Administration de bonis non granted to John Perkins of Exeter yeoman May 30 1739 the former administrator William Smart son of the deceased having died Warrant April 13 1740 authorizing Moses Leavitt of Strat ham Samuel Gilman gentleman and Edward Oilman both of Exeter Richard Mattoon gentleman and Walter Bryent yeoman both of Newmarket to divide the estate in the following manner One third part thereof to be Set off to Mary the Widow Relict of the Said Intestate & the Remaining two third parts thereof you are to Divide into fourteen parts to be Set off to & among the Heirs & Representatives of the Said Intestate as aforesd that is to Say To Elizabeth Tufts the only Child of Wm Smart aforesd who was the Eldest Son of the Said intestate two of the Said parts To Robert John Joseph Richard Benjamin & Charles all Sons of the Said Intestate each one of the Said parts ToJn Barbor of New Market aforesaid Husbandm & Ann his wife in her Right one of the Said parts to the Said John Perkins and Rebecca bis wife in her Right one of the Said parts to Arnold Brick of Greenland in Said Province & Eleanor his Wife in her Right One of the Said parts To Ephraim Foulsome Junr of Mew Market aforesd Husbandm & Eunice his wife in her Right one of the Said parts To Richard Glidden of Exeter aforesd Husbandm & Elizabeth his wife In her Right one of the Said parts all the said Women being Daughters of the Said Intestate And to the Legal Representatives of Mary the late wife of Joseph Glidden of Durham in Said Province Cordwainer which Mary is now Deceasd & who was Another of the Daughters of the Said Intestate one of the Said parts Prov of New Whereas wee the Subscribers & others where Hampshr orthorrised & impowerd by the honble Richard waldron Esqr Judge of the probates of wills and for granting Letters of administra n on ye Esteates of persons Deceased having goods Chatteles Rights & Credits in ye province afore Said To Divide the Real Esteate that was Robert Smarts Late of Exeter In Said province Deceased Intestate to be Shewn us by John perkins of Newmarket in Exeter afore said administra on said Esteate Pursuant thereunto we have proceeded in manner following viz we have Sett off to mary ye widdow Relict of ye Said Intesteate for her third pait of Said Esteate two Lotts of Land being part of a Larger tract of Land Com only Called three hundred acres Situate in Newmarket aforesd which Larger tract is Bounded as follow's on ye north west partly by Land Laid out granted to Edward hilton by ye town of Exeter and partly by piscasick River and on ye South west by Capt Wm more his Land So Called and on ye South East by Land granted to Edward hilton by the town of Exeter aforesd and then Runing north Eastterly untill three hundred acres be Compleated one of the Said Lotts Begins at a Beach Stump Spotted and Numbered two Standing by ye afore Said Capt Wm more his Land & then Runs South Easterly by sd mores Land forty seven Rods to a Beach tree Spotted and Numbered three and then to Run north East keeping the Said Breadth of forty Seven Rods until it Comes to the north East Side of Sd Smarts Land & the other Lott Begins at a white oak tree Spotted and marke number ten & then Runs South Easterly by Sd mores Land forty one Rods to a Black oak tree marked number Eleven & then Runs north East keeping ye whole Breadth of forty one Rods untill it Comes to the north East Side of Sd Smarts Land and also a Lott of Land and a peace of Salt marsh Being part of the tract of Land whereon Robert Smart Son of ye sd Intestate now Liveth which tract of Land is Bounded as follows viz on ye north west by Land of ye sd Robert Smart son of Sd Intestate & on ye South west by Land formerly granted to Edward hilton Joyning to Exeter River and on ye north East by Land in possesion of John perkins Juner Wm perkins & John Burly all of newmarket aforesd it being the Land in the possesion of Sd Robert Smart son of Sd Intestate Bounding on ye South East by a Six Rod way Reserved by the town of Exeter in the grant of sd Land which sd Lott and Salt mash Set of as afore sd is Bounded as follow's it Begin's at ye Six Rod Way afore Sdat sd hilton's grant and Runs up northwestterly by sd hiltons grant Eighty five Rods then north East about forty one Rods to ye mash then west & be noith Seven Rods by Sd mash then north forty Degrees East about Ninteen Rods to ye upland a Crose the sd mash yn Runing Easterly Bounding by the upland on the northward on every part thereof untill it Comes to a Ditch then by Sd Ditch Southerly a Crose sd mash to ye up Land then Easterly by Sd upland to the Six Rod way afore Sd then it Runs South westerly by sd way to where we first began Sd Lott and also the one half of one third of all the Lower falls of pescasick in ye town of Durham in the province afore Sd with all the previledges & appurtenances belonging toSd premises 2dly the Remaining two third parts of the Said Esteate we have Divided into fourteen parts to and among the heirs & Representees of the Said Intestate viz to Elizabeth tufts the only Child of William Smart Late of Exeter Deceased who was the Eldest son of Sd Intestate two of the Sd parts Being taken out and part of that tract of Land Joyning to Cap Wm more his Land aforesd and So between pescasick River and hilton his grant afore Sd which parts are bounded as followes Begining at a Beach tree Spotted and marked number five Standing by Sd mores Land then Runs South Eastterly by sd Land fifty Six Rods to a Beach Stump marked number Seven then Runing north East from sd more his Land keeping that Breadth of fifty Six Rods to the north East Side of Sd Intestates Land & also the two fourteenths of one half of one third part of the Lower falls of pescasick River In Durham afore sd with all the previledges and appurtenances belonging to Sd premises 3dly we have Sett of to Robert one of the Sons of the Sd Intestate his part of said Esteate Begining at ye west Corner of the widdows part of the Land that sd Robert now Lives on at hiltons grant afore Sd and So Running up by Sd hiltons grant north westerly fourteen Rods Broad upon sd widdows part & keeping that Breadth of fourteen een Rods Broad untill it Comes to ye north west End of the Sd Intestates Land as before Described with the one fourteenth part of the one half of one third of the Lower falls at pescasick River In Durham afore Sd with all the previledges & appurtenaces belonging to sd premises 4ihly we have Sett of to John one of the Sons of the sd Intestate for his part of Sd Esteate part of a tract of Land Lying in Durham afore sd adjacent to pescasick Lower falls afore Sd Begining at an Elm stump in Durham Line & then Runs North East by pescasick River thirty three Rods & one third part of a Rod to a Stake then it Runs North Sixty five and one half Degrees west one hundred & thirty Eight Rods then South west fourty three Rods & one third of a Rod to Durham Line afore Sd then by Durham line to the place where wee began with the one fourteenth of one half of one third of the Lower falls on pescasick aforesd with all the previledges and appurtenances belonging to Sd premises jthly we have Sett of to Joseph one of the sons of the Intestate for his part of sd Esteate a Certain Lott of Land in that tract Joyning on ye South East Side of pescasick which Lott is Bounded as follows it Begins at a Black ash tree marked Number Eight Standing by Capt mores Land afore sd then Runing South Eastterly by Sd Capt mores Land thirty one Rods to a Beach tree marked number nine y Runing north East Keeping that Breadth of thirty one Rods untill it Comes to the further or north East Side of Sd Intestates Land with the one fourteenth of one half of one third part of the Lower falls of pescasick River afore sdwith all the previledges and appurtenances belonging to Sd premises 6thly wee have Sett of to Richard one of the Sons of Sd Intestate for his part of Sd Esteate one Lott of Land in that tract Joyning to Capt Wm more his Lind and between pescasick River & Sd hil tons Land which Sd Lott is Bounded as follows it begins at a Beach tree numbered 3 three Joyning to the part Sett of to ye widdow for part of her part in sd tract ye Runing South Easterly by Sd mores Land twenty Eight Rods to a hemlock tree marked number four then Runing north East keeping that Breadth of twenty Eight Rods untill it Comes to ye north East Side of sd Intastates Land with one forteenth of one half of one third of the Lower falls of pescasick With the previledges and appurtenances belonging to Sd premises jthly wee nave Sett of to Benjamin one of the sons of the sd Intestate for his part of Sd Esteate the Lott Joyning on ye South East of Richard's Lott at Cap more's Land at number four and Run by Sd mores Land South Easterly twenty Eight Rods to a Beach tree marked number five then north East keeping that Breadth of twenty Eight Rods untill it Comes to the north East Side of Said Intestates Land with ye one forteenth of one half of one third of the Lower falls of pescasick River with all the priviledges & appurtenances belonging to Said primises 8 hly we have Sett of to Charles one of the Sons of the Intestate for his part of Sd Esteate one Lott of Land in that tract Last mentioned Joyning to Cap more's Land afore Sd Begining at number nine a Beach tree and Run South Easterly twenty Eight Rods by Sd mores Land to ye widdow's thirds then Runing that Breadth of twenty Eight Rods untill it Comes to the north East Side of sd Intestates Land with the one fourteenth of Half of one third of the Lower falls of pescasick afore said with all the previ lidges and appurtenances belonging to Sd premises 9thly wee have Sett of to John Barber & ann his wife in her Right for there part of sd Esteate one part of that tract of Land Joyning to pescasick River In Durham where John afore sd had his part Begining at John's East Corner & Runs north East thirty three Rods & one third of a Rod to Land in the possesion of Jacob tash in Durham afore said and Runs up by Sd tash's Land North Sixty two Degrees and one half one hundred & thirty Six Rods to a hemlock tree Spotted Standing by a Large Rock then South west forty three Rods & one third of a Rod to Johns Lott aforesd then by sd Johns Lott to the place where wee first began with the one fourteenth of one half of one third part of the Lower falls of pescasick aforesd with all the previledges and appurtenances belonging to sd premises iotWy wee have Sett of to the Sd John perkins and Rebacca his wife in her Right for there part of Sd Esteate a Lott in that tract of Land Joyning to Cap more aforesd begining at a Beach Stump numbered one and Runs South Easterley by Cap mores Land afore sd twenty Eight Rods to a beach tree marked number two then Runing North East keeping that Breadth of twenty Eight Rods untill it Comes to the North East Side of Sd Intestates Land with the one fourteenth of one half of one third part of the Lower falls of pescasick aforesd with all the privelidges and appurtenances belonging to Sd premises jjthly we have Set of to arnold Brick of Greenland in Sd province & Eleanor his wife in her Right for there part of Sd Esteate all that Lott of Land Lying between the Sd John perkins his Lott Last mentioned & pescasick River & hiltons grant aforesd that Lays mostly on ye north Side of pescasick River Begining at Cap more's Land and So Runs north East until it Comes to ye north East side of Sd Intestates Land with all the one fourteenth part of one half of one third of the Lower falls of pescasick afore sd with all the previledges and appurtenances belonging to sd premises I2thly we have Sett of to Ephraim folsom Juner and Eunice his wife in her Right a lott of Land Joyning to Robert aforesd his Lott at the East Corner and Run north East fourteen Rods on y wid dow's part then north west ward keeping fourteen Rods Broad the whole Lenth of Sd Robert Lott with one fourteenth of one half of one third of the Lower falls of pescasick aforesd with all the previledges and appurtenances belonging to sd premises jjthly we have Set of to Richard glidden and Elizabeth his wife in her Right the Lott number Eight lying on ye north west of Joseph's lott afore Sd begining at mores Land aforesd and Runs north East twenty nine Rods wide untill it Comes to the north East Side of sd Intestates Land with the one fourteenth of one half of one third of the Lower falls of pescasick aforesd with all the previledges and appurtenances belonging to Sd premises 1 thly wee have Set of to the heirs of mary the wife of Joseph glidden one of the Daughters of the Sd Intestate in their Sd mothers wright a Lott of Land Joyning to Ephram folsom Juner his Lott at ye East Corner and it Runs north East ward to that peace of Salt mash Set of to the widdow afore Sd then it Runs up north west ward Bounding by Sd Ephram folsom Juner his Lott on ye South west & bounded on Land in the possesion of John Burley william perkins & John perkins all afore Sdon ye north East and so Runs up to the head of Sd Intestates Land with ye one fourteenth of one half of one third of ye Lower falls on pescasick River with all ye privelidges and appurtenances belonging to Sd premises as witness our hands this 20th Day of June 1740 Moses Leavit Sam11 Gilman Walter Bryent Allowed July 30 1740 Account of the administrator for settling the estate amount 35.0 0 allowed July 30 1740 Order of court May 30 1744 allowing the administrator to sell real estate Administrator's revised account for settling the estate June 5 1744 amount 36.2 0 receipt signed by John Perkins witnesses Noah Emery and Richard Young

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