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Re: Hannah Pickle in Alburg, VT
Posted by: Michelle Ricard-Mahoney Date: October 29, 2001 at 16:06:26
In Reply to: Hannah Pickle in Alburg, VT by Marvin Miller of 690

Minutes of a special Town Meeting for Alburgh,Vt. -------
To see if inhabitants of the town will pursue any measures against the town of Highgate,Vt. for bringing into this town HANNAH PICKLE & her 2 children, which were deemed Paupers in Highgate ,Vt.

A Mr, Thomas Reynolds was given money by the town to take care of "Widow Pickle & a boy Richard Pickle--signed by Consider Hammond & the town treasurer---order dated 1814.

At a special town meeting held Dec. 5,1818..the town agreed to give a Mr. John Doty ...$ 500.00 to take & support ,care for Hannah Pickle,alias Hannah Hayden ,a Pauper belonging to the town of Alburgh ,from this day forward, during her natural life.........(Land & Misc. Records, Alburgh, Vt....Book # 7, page 90--91 )

Do you have any additional information about Hannah and her children?



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