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Ancestors of Katherine Tracy Walter


Generation No. 8


      128. Hans Martin Walter, born in Schrahmuehle, Germany; died in Schrahmuehle, Germany. He was the son of 256. Michael Walter and 257. Margarete Agnes. He married 129. Unknown.

      129. Unknown, died in Schrahmuehle, Germany.
     
Child of Hans Walter and Unknown is:
  64 i.   Anton Martin Walter, born in Schrahmuehle, Germany; died in Schrahmuehle, Germany; married Margaretha Francis Breunig August 06, 1754.


      130. Franz Breunig, born in Kaltenbach, Windischbuchen, Germany.
     
Child of Franz Breunig is:
  65 i.   Margaretha Francis Breunig, born in Kaltenbach, Windischbuchen, Germany; married Anton Martin Walter August 06, 1754.


      192. Nathaniel Hill, born December 15, 1723 in Durham, New Hampshire; died 1804-1805 in Barrington, Strafford County, New Hampshire. He was the son of 384. Samuel Hill and 385. Sarah Thompson. He married 193. Mary Unknown Bef. 1758.

      193. Mary Unknown, died Aft. May 12, 1764.

Notes for Nathaniel Hill:
10/27/1760 Deed: Nathaniel Hill, yeoman of Durham, to Valentine Hill, husbandman of Durham: 20 acres in Durham. Transferred as "an absolute estate of inheritance in fee simple." Witnessed by Robert Hill and Samuel Shepard. Recorded with Nathaniel Hill appearing in person on March 5, 1800 in Loudon.

5/12/1764 Deed: Nathaniel Hill of Durham to Abednego Leathers, husbandman of Durham: 4.75 acres in Durham. Dower rights surrendered by Mary Hill, wife of said Nathaniel Hill. On October 27, 1783 the deed was presented by Nathaniel Hill in person in Strafford. The deed was "received and examined" on January 21, 1786.

2/24/1766 Deed: Nathaniel Hill, yeoman of Durham: settlement of lawsuit with Durham. Received and examined June 14, 1788.

5/8/1777      Deed: John Hill, yeoman of Durham, to Nathaniel Hill, yeoman of Durham: 2.5 acres in Durham with house and orchards.

In 1778, there is a Nathaniel Hill listed in Captain Alpheus Chesley's Co. No definitive proof this is Nathaniel Hill, Sr. of Loudon. [Call DAR to get info on tracing units and their membership.]

12/24/1778 Deed: Nathaniel Hill, yeoman of Durham, to John Hill, yeoman of Durham: House and orchards on 3 acres of land. ["Rebecker," wife of the said Nathaniel Hill.] Received and examined in Strafford on February 20, 1779. [Next deed in book, which I did not request but will, is John Hill selling same property to Benjamin Chesley.]

2/20/1779 Deed from Nathaniel and Rebecker Hill to John Hill selling 3 acres of land with house and orchard received and examined in Strafford.

3/12/1781 Deed: Nathaniel Hill, yeoman of Durham, to Jonathan Woodman Junior, yeoman of Durham: 1/3 interest in Saw Mill at the Falls in Durham, 1/3 of the mill privilege, 1/6 part of the Dam, and privilege of the stream. Rebecca Hill, wife of said Nathaniel, relinquished her dower rights by her mark. Signed Durham and witnessed by Ebenezer Burnum and John Smith. Received and examined December 9, 1785.

4/20/1782 Deed: Nathaniel Hill, yeoman of Loudon, to Jonathan Woodman Junior, yeoman of Durham: 1/2 and 1/24 part of the grist mill at the Falls in Durham together with 1/2 and 1/24 part of the mill privilege on the south side of the river, with a proportionable part of the dam and privilege of the stream. Rebecca Hill, wife of said Nathaniel, relinquished her dower rights by her mark. Signed Durham and witnessed by John Smith and Debby Smith. Received and examined December 9, 1785.

10/27/1783 -- 1764 deed between Nathaniel and Mary Hill of Durham and Abednego Leathers presented in Strafford by Nathaniel Hill. No signature or mark by Mary's name. The deed was "received and examined" on January 21, 1786.

11/8/1784 Deed: Nathaniel Hill, yeoman of Loudon, to Jonathan Woodman Junior, yeoman of Strafford: 4 acres of land in Durham known as Nathaniel Hill's former homestead and located on the northerly side of the falls. This parcel commonly known as five acres, but the other acre, with house and barn, transferred earlier in the day to Woodman's wife, Martha. Rebeckah Hill, wife of said Nathaniel, relinquished her dower rights by her mark. Witnesses: Ebenezer Thompson, Benjamin Thompson, Winthrop Runals. Received and examined December 9, 1785.

4/9/1785 Deed: Nathaniel Hill, yeoman of Loudon, to Nathaniel Hill Junior, yeoman of Loudon: 50 acres of land lying in Loudon and northwesterly portion of Lot 76 originally granted to Captain Nathaniel Hill, deceased. Witnesses: John Smith 3rd and Dibby Smith. Signed in Durham, Strafford County. Received and recorded February 1790.

6/14/1788 Lawsuit settlement dated 2/24/1766 of Nathaniel Hill with Town of Durham received and examined.

6/24/1789 Deed: Nathaniel Hill of Loudon to Richard Bachelder: 1/4 acre of land in Canterbury, parish of Loudon, part of Lot 76 of the second division originally granted to Captain Nathaniel Hill, deceased. Witnessed by Enoch R_____ and Nathaniel Hill Junior. Recorded on July 14, 1790.

7/13/1790 Deed: Nathaniel Hill, horsewright of Loudon, to Nathaniel Hill Junior, yeoman of Loudon: 50 acres exclusive of 1/4 acre previously sold to Richard Bachelder, it being the southeasterly half of the original 100 acres granted to Nathaniel Hill in lot 76 in Township of Canterbury, Parish of Loudon. Witnesses: Archelaus Moore and John Moore. Justice of the Peace was Archelaus Moore. Received and recorded July 14, 1790.

Nathaniel Hill, Sr. allegedly sold all of his holdings in Loudon and moved to Barrington with his wife, Rebecca, where they lived with their son, Joseph.

3/5/1800      Nathaniel Hill appears in person in Loudon to record a deed dated 10/27/1760 to Valentine Hill.

[Get 1800 census record for Jospeh Hill in Barrington.]

Nathaniel Hill's will, dated December 18, 1804/proved June 8, 1805 in Strafford County mentions children Stephen, Joseph, Betty, and Hannah. Apparently Nathaniel Jr. received his inheritance in advance by purchasing his father's lands in Loudon.

[Get copy of Nathaniel Hill deed.]






Marriage Notes for Nathaniel Hill and Rebecca Unknown:
Two other possible children of Nathaniel and Rebecca Hill are the John and Valentine Hill that appear in Loudon, New Hampshire in the late 1700s, early 1800s. John appears on the Loudon tax rolls beginning in 1794 and Valentine in 1795.

Land records of both Strafford and Rockingham County show Nathaniel Hill Jr. conducting transactions jointly with John Hill and conveying part of Captain Nathanial Hill's Lot 76 in Loudon to a John and Valentine Hill.

Valentine Hill married Polly Thompson November 13, 1800 in Loudon. The couple had a son, Valentine, born in Maine in 1804 who grew up to marry Olive Rogers. In the 1860 census, Hannah Moore Hill (the widow of Nathaniel Hill, Jr.) is living with the Valentine and Olive Hill family in Exeter, Maine. This would have been the family of her nephew, Valentine Hill, Jr. Valentine and Olive Hill are buried in Dexter or Exeter, Maine, and their tombstone provides birth and parentage information.

John Hill married Rachel Haines in Loudon March 17, 1806. A John Hill appears on the tax rolls in Loudon until 1811. An unverified account says he went to Canterbury, but this could also be the John and Rachel Hill that appear in Exeter, Maine. More research is needed in this area.
     
Children of Nathaniel Hill and Mary Unknown are:
  i.   Stephen Hill, born Abt. 1758.
  ii.   Abigail Hill, born 1763.
  iii.   Joseph Hill, born 1764.
  96 iv.   Nathaniel Hill, born Abt. June 1765 in New Hampshire; died February 02, 1851 in Exeter, Penobscot County, Maine; married Hannah Moore Abt. 1789 in Loudon, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.
     
Children of Nathaniel Hill and Rebecca Unknown are:
  i.   Betty Hill, married Samuel Bunker June 05, 1791 in Barrington, Strafford County, New Hampshire.
  ii.   Hannah Hill, married Winthrop Hall December 18, 1794 in Barrington, Strafford County, New Hampshire.


      194. John Moore, born November 01, 1748 in Canterbury, New Hampshire; died January 1816 in Loudon, New Hampshire. He was the son of 388. Archelaus Moore and 389. Hannah Elkins. He married 195. Abia Stevens.

      195. Abia Stevens, born 1753 in Hampstead, New Hampshire. She was the daughter of 390. Otho Stevens and 391. Abigail Emerson.
     
Children of John Moore and Abia Stevens are:
  97 i.   Hannah Moore, born October 10, 1771 in Canterbury, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; died February 02, 1861 in Exeter, Penobscot County, Maine; married Nathaniel Hill Abt. 1789 in Loudon, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.
  ii.   Abigail Moore, born March 15, 1773; died May 19, 1776.
  iii.   Abiah Moore, born March 30, 1775.
  iv.   Elkins Moore, born March 28, 1777; died December 20, 1851; married Mary Osgood March 14, 1802.
  v.   Archelaus Moore, born March 01, 1779; died September 02, 1832; married Abigail Fifield.
  vi.   Mary "Polly" Moore, born January 03, 1781; died January 15, 1849.
  vii.   Jacob Moore, born December 24, 1782; died August 31, 1806 in Campton or Ellsworth, New Hampshire; married Ada Shepard.
  viii.   Martha "Patty" Moore, born July 31, 1785; died August 28, 1868; married (1) Dudley Osgood Bef. 1835; married (2) Jacob Osborn Aft. 1851.
  Notes for Jacob Osborn:
Probably the Jacob Osborne enumerated in the 1790 Loudon, Rockingham County, New Hampshire Census, page 72. (Same page as Samuel Hill and Nathaniel Hill.)

  ix.   John Moore, born July 15, 1787; died March 06, 1856; married Betsy Holman.
  x.   Betsey Moore, born September 09, 1789; died April 10, 1851; married Jacob Osborn April 09, 1810.
  Notes for Jacob Osborn:
Probably the Jacob Osborne enumerated in the 1790 Loudon, Rockingham County, New Hampshire Census, page 72. (Same page as Samuel Hill and Nathaniel Hill.)

  xi.   Sally Moore, born Abt. 1792; died 1883; married Charles Currier October 27, 1816.
  Notes for Sally Moore:
Buried Buzzell Cemetery, Gilmantown.

  xii.   William Moore, born August 05, 1794; died February 09, 1789; married Catherine Ordway December 16, 1826.
  Notes for William Moore:
Buried at Concord.


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