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Hannah Estey Towne

The settlement of New Meadows was incorporated as the Town of Topsfield in 1650. The church "gathered" on November 4, 1663. The third Meeting House was built in 1703 with Rev. Joseph Capen as pastor.

Hannah Estey Towne was born April 14, 1726 in Topsfield, Essex County, Massachusetts. Her parents were Aaron Estey and Esther Richards.

She married Enos Towne on February 2, 1753. Enos (Eneas) Towne was born November 18, 1729 to Philip Towne and Dinah Hobbs. 

The Enos Towne family appeared in the 1790 census in Hillsborough Township, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire.

Hannah died in 1790 in Hillsborough, New Hampshire.

In 1793 The History of Hillsborough lists him as a tavern owner.

According to The Annals of the Town of Hillsborough, in 1793, Enos Towne was the representative from Hillsborough to the state legislature.

Enos died in 1795.

Children of Aaron Estey
& Esther Richards
  • Isaac Estey
  • Aaron Estey
  • Hannah Estey Towne
  • Mary Estey Dwinnell
  • Isaac Estey
  • Abigail Estey
  • Esther Estey
  • William Estey
  • Daniel Estey
  • Esther Estey Balch
  • Aaron Estey
  • William Estey
  • Three daughters of William Towne and Joanna Blessing were wrongly accused of practicing witchcraft in Salem. Rebecca Towne Nurse, Mary Towne Estey, and Sarah Towne Bridges Cloyes were persecuted in 1692. The children of people in the line below are all descendants of Mary Estey.

    William Towne,
    Mary Towne Estey,
    Isaac Estey,
    Aaron Estey
    ,
    Mary Estey Dwinnell
    ,
    Israel Dwinnell,
    Isaac Davis Dwinnell, Sr.,
    Isaac Davis Dwinnell, Jr.
    ,
    Victoria Zellena Dwinnell
    ,
    Robert Wilson Miller, Sr
    .,
    Robert Wilson Miller, Jr.
    An early American tavern (or ordinary) was an important meeting place and they were strictly supervised. Innkeepers were respectable members of the community. Taverns offered food and drink. An inn also offered accommodation.

    The American Revolutionary War (1775–1783) was between the Kingdom of Great Britain and the 13 colonies which became the newly formed United States.

     

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    New Hampshire was first settled by Europeans in 1623. It was separated from Massachusetts in 1679.

    from The Descendants of William Towne by Edwin Eugene Towne

    Philip Towne (Samuel, Edmund, William1), b. at Topsfield, June 22, 1707.
    m., first, Dinah Hobbs, of Salem, July 30, 1728, who d. October 31, 1741.
    m., second, Esther Tarbox, August 15, 1751. He d. July 1, 1781.

    Their children :

    i. Eneas, b. November 18, 1729. m. Hannah Estey.
    ii. Dinah. 6. February 14, 1734. m. Thomas (Samuel, Thomas, Thomas, John Perkins.)
    iii. Daniel. b. August 22, 1736. d. August 21, 1808.

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