On 27 August 1792, Nathaniel Wallis of Epsom, yeoman deeded to Joseph March of Deerfield, Esquire for £26 "a certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in Epsom aforesaid and is Lott No. Eighty Eight in the third range likewise part of a lott containing thirty two acres and a half being in the whole one hundred acres being the same more or less said land I purchased of my Hond. Father and the Farm that I now live on with the Buildings thereon." (Rockingham County Deeds 135:77). The problem is he doesn't give his father's name the the corresponding grantee deed for Nathaniel was never filed.