I have included a copy of the document below, from 1749.I was wondering if the David Adams named is the same David Adams you are researching?
1749: Extract from the deed making the grant of the township of Wilton by the Masonian Proprietors:PROVINCE OFNEW HAMPSHIRE.
Pursuant to the Power and Authority granted and vested in me by the Proprietors of Lands purchased of John Tufton Mason Esq. in the Province of New Hampshire by their vote Passed at their meeting held at Portsmouth in said Province the 16th day of June 1749 I do by these presents on the terms and conditions hereafter expressed give and grant unto Thomas READ, Esq., Robert FLETCHER, Jun., Joseph BLANCHARD, Jun., Oliver COLEBURN, Oliver FARWELL, Jno. USHER, THomas SPAULDING, John LOVEWELL, Jun., John VARNUM, William FOSTER, the Rev. Mr. Thomas PARKER, Josiah BUTTERFIELD, Anthony EMORY, Benjamin PARKER Jun., Nehemiah ABBOT, Samuel GREELE, Benjn. FARWELL, Oliver WHITING, Jos. RICHARDSON, Benjn. FARLEY, Jno. KENDALL, Abraham KENDALL, David ADAMS, Joseph FRENCH, Eleazer BLANCHARD, Zacheus LOVEWELL, Samuel FARLEY, William CUMMINGS, Jona. POWERS, Samuel CUMMINGS, Archalaus DALE, Jacob PUTNAM, Nathaniel PUTNAM, John DALE, Stephen HERRYMAN, John SHEAD and Ephraim PUTNAM, all the right title and property of the Grantors aforesaid of in and to all that part of a township or tract of land in the Province of New Hampshire aforesaid containing five miles square Lying on the branches of Souhegan river between Peterborough and Munson bounded as follows.Beginning at the Southwest corner of the premises at a white pine tree, which is the Northwest corner of the Township No. 1 and runs from thence north five miles to a white ash marked, from thence east five miles to a stake and stones, from thence south five miles to a Chestnut tree marked, from thence west five miles to the white pine tree first mentioned which said Township is laid out, drawn for and the lotts ascertained to each grantee respectively also two lotts for encouragement for building Mills and three shares for public uses viz. one for the first settled Minister, one for the Ministry and one for the school.
In witness whereof I the Subscriber Joseph Blanchard of Dunstable have hereunto set my hand and seal this first day of October 1749.
The above list of properiors/ land grant owners includes David Adams,William CUMMINGS, Thomas READ,Samuel CUMMINGS,families I believe are connected to and or related to the early Adams family of New Hampshire and Dunstable , Mass before .