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Volume 1, 1648 - 1656.
Page 8.

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K.

KNOWLES, Alexander, late of _______, will dated, probated in 1662, mentioned his children John, Josua, Thomas, Elizabeth, and a daughter at Milford; grandchildren John Ford, Thomas Ford, Elizabeth Ford, Mary Ford, Lidia Ford, and John Knowles. Overseers Nathan Gold and John Burr. Witnesses Philip Pinkny, page 58.
Inventory taken and filed, page 85.

LOCKWOOD, Robert, late of Fairfield, Oct 20, 1658, letters of administration on his estate granted to his widow Susanna Lockwood, page 42.

Inventory taken Sept. 11, 1658, by Anthony Wilson and John Banks, and filed Oct. 20, 1658, page 42, and estate ordered distributed to his widow Susanna, who later remarried to Jeffery Ferris, she was deceased in 1661, and children Jonathan, Joseph, Daniel, all of age, Ephraim, Gershom, John, Abigail wife of John Barlow in 1661, Sarah under 18 years of age, Mary wife of Jonathan Heusted of Greenwich in 1661, and Deborah, who married before her father's death William Ward, and has received her portion, pages 42 and 66 and 67.

MOREHOUSE, Thomas, late of _______ will dated, probated in 1658, mentioned wife Isabel and children, Hannah, Samuel, Thomas, John, Jonathan, and Mary. Overseers Nathan Gold and William Hill, page 31.
Inventory taken Aug. 11, 1658, by Andrew Ward, Mihill Try, and John Wheeler, and filed Oct. 20, 1658. page 32.

NETTLETON, Samuel, late of Branford, May 11, 1659, letters of administration on his estate granted to John Ufford of Milford, page 51.
Inventory taken by Henry Jackson, Francis Hall, and Henry Whelply, and filed May 11, 1659, page 51.

NICHOLLS, John, late of ______, inventory taken June 19, 1655, by Alexander Knowles and Jehu Burr, and estate distributed to his widow Grace, and children Hester, Elizabeth, Hannah, Isaac, Sarah, and John, page 4.

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