1768 and 1769 account of the days spent by a hired hand doing plowing, cutting timber, hoeing, haying, fencing and harvesting.
The worker may have been Noah Emery or the hired hand may have worked for Noah Emery.
Noah Emery may have been Captain Noah Emery (1699-1761) or his son Noah Emery (1725-1788) or another Noah Emery. They lived in the Kittery, Maine, and/or the Rockingham County, New Hampshire, area.
It's possible that the top line indicates a Caleb Emery; if so, he may have been the hired hand.
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