One more record from the town of East Hampton, Long Island, shows that Jeremiah Meacham former resident of that town had moved to Salem, Mass.::
RECORDS OF THE TOWN OF EAST-HAMPTON, LONG ISLAND, SUFFOLK CO., N.Y., with other ANCIENT DOCUMENTS OF HISTORIC VALUE (published at Sag-Harbor, Long Island, 1887)
(online at Ancestry.com):
June ye 10 1668.
Book A, page 7 and 3/4. -- "Whereas Mr Thomas James mynister of Easthampton upon Long Island did stand indebted to me JEREMYAH MEACHEM inhabitant of Salem the full sume of five pounds by vertue of a bill under his hand dated aprill ye 13th 1668 Bee it known yt (that) I have received the vallue aforesd & doe fullie accquit and discharge the aforesd Mr James of any future debt or debts uppon account of the bill aforesd haveing received the full vallue aforesd of five pounds of Mr Hezekyah Usher of Boston:
I say received by mee this 15th of June Anno Dom 1668
JEREMY (I, his marke) MEACHEM"
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