An American Family History

Signers of the Association Test in Chesterfield

Chesterfield, Sullivan County, New Hampshire was incorporated in 1752. It is on the Connecticut River and bounded on the southeast by Swansey and Keene. In 1790 during the first census, Sullivan County was part of Cheshire County.

"[L]iberty must at all hazards be supported.
We have a right to it, derived from our Maker.
But if we had not, our fathers have earned and bought it for us,
at the expense of their ease, their estates, their pleasure, and their blood."

-- John Adams, 1765



The Association Test
“We, the subscribers do hereby solemnly engage and promise that we will, to the utmost of our powers, at the risque of our lives and fortunes, with arms, oppose the hostile proceedings of the British fleets and Armies against the United American Colonies." 

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Abraham Wood    
Simon Davis    
Isaac Davis    
John Snow    
Oliver Cobleigh    
Jonathan Farwell    
Oliver Farwell    
Sila Thompson    
William Farwell    
Jonathan Davis    
Warrin Snow    
Ebenezer Streeter    
William Thomas    
Daniel Baldwin    
William Simonds    
Amos Smith    
Josh Smith    
Jonathan Farr 4th    
Jonathan Farr 3rd    
Thomas Farr    
Benjamin Hudson    
Moses Smith    
Josiah Streeter    
Michael Woodcock    
Jonathan Cobleigh    
Jonas Stearns    
Samuel Fairbanks    
Jonathan Farr 2nd    
Josiah Lamb    
Samuel Walker    
Archibell Roberson    
Andrew Coburn    
Larrauce Walton    
Phineas Brown    
John Sanderson    
William Fisher    
Jonathan Hildreth, Jr. was Dinah Davis Hildreth's step-son.  
James Wheeler, Jr.    
Josiah Hastings. was Jacob Davis' father-in-law  
Andrew Hastings    
Noah Emmons    
Jonathan Uresey    
Ephraim Wheeler    
John Cobleigh    
Joseph Higgins    
James McElroy    
Joseph Wheeler    
James Wheeler    
Zenas Fairbank    
Nathan Bishop    
Isaac Hildreth, father-in-law of Dinah Davis Hildreth  
Israel Johnson    
James Robertson    
Elisha Lockwood    
Dan. Cobleigh    
Aaron Farr    
Peter Wheeler married Olive Davis.  
Moses Ellis    
Ephriam Hubbard    
Amos Davis (probably son of Amos Davis and Elizabeth Chapman)  
John White    
Nathan Metcalf    
John Bishop    
Jonathan Cobleigh    
Nathan Thomas    
Zur Evans    
Abel Emons married Bettey Davis  
William Farr, Jr    
William Robertson    
Ithamar Chamberlan    
Edward Hildreth    
Caleb Johnson    
James Davis    
Amos Streeter    
Enoch Streeter    
Abner Johnson    
John Prat    
Kimball Carlton    
Nathaniel Bingham    
Theodore Bingham    
Abel Ray    
John Pierce    
Samuel Farr    
Beniamin Coburn    
Nehemiah Merrill    
Ephram Farr    
Isaac Farr    
Samuel Fair, Jun.    
John Haskell    
Ezekiel Powers    
Silas Wood    
Obadiah Merrill    
William Henry    
Daniel Farr    
Amasa Coburn    
Thomas Harris    
Douglas Robins    
Uallainell Merrill    
Sherebiah Fay    
Thomas Daby    
Joseph Metcalf    
Marling Warner    
David Stoodder Jr.    
Samuel Peacock    
John Peacock father of Rebecca Peacock who married Jonathan Davis  
Ephraim Baldwin    
Michael Cresey    
Samuel Hildreth    
Moses Smith, Jr.    
Wilm Airea    
David Stone    
John Grandy    
John Grandy Jun    
Kbeneser Gail    
Silvanus Battey    
Ebeuezar Faver    
Increas Lamb    
Abner Albee    
Abijah Starna    
Mathew Gray    
Kbenezer Taft    
William Hildreth    
John Richardson    
Daniel Kinison    
James Reed    
John Ellis    
Joel Whitney    
David Farr    
James Mansfield    
Oliver Hubbard    
Michaell Medcalf    
Charles Johnson    
Amos Hubbard    
Jonathan Farr 1st    
Benjamin Smith    
Samuel Fletcher    
Patrick McMichael married Jemima Davis  
Abraham Fearr    
Abijah Kingsbery    



The American Revolution was ended in 1783 when the Treaty of Paris was signed.

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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