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Appears to be a document describing the estate of the late General Brigadier Samuel Waldo. Notes the estate was divided into parts; two shares went to Samuel Waldo, the eldest son; one share went to Frances Waldo; once share to Hannah Waldo Flucker; and one share went to Lucy Waldo Winslow. Thomas Flucker, who married Hannah Waldo, then purchased Samuel Waldo's two shares of the estate. Discusses in further detail the line of the Waldo estate.
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