Note: g a grist from the mill " and was fined 16 shillings or be whipt. "The same year he was charged with " discharging a fowlering piece on the body of William Howse." The jury's written verdict was " Not guilty of willful murder." Records refer to him as one of the original proprietors of Freetown, Massachusetts. Between 1730 and 1744 he served as Justice of the Peace for Bristol County, Massachusetts. On 24 Nov 1694 he was chosen Assessor of Freetown, Massachusetts. He was the Surveyor of Highways in 1702, 1704, and 1710. In 1707 he was Constable. In 1721 and 1745 he was Register of Deeds. His will, dated 4 Feb 1714/1715, was proved on 7 May 1716.
Note: !Samuel Howland was in the Plymouth, Massachusetts court for " breach of Sabbath in carryin
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