M, #74170, (say 1665 - 25 April 1704)
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Nathaniel Meader was constable of Dover, New Hampshire, 1697.1 He was killed by Indians at Oyster River, not far from Nicholas Follett's house, 25 Apr 1704.1 3 Apr 1705, his widow Eleanor renounced administration of his estate to his brother Joseph. A division was made 2 Apr 1706 between the widow, unnamed children and creditors.1 "She may have been John Leighton's 2d w. Eleanor."1
- [S1221] Noyes, Libby and Davis, Gen. Dict. of Maine and New Hampshire, 474, Nathaniel (4.) Meader. Hereinafter GDMNH.