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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L. L. B. Volume 2, 1665 - 1675. Page 25.

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K.

WATERBURY, John, (continued from page 24), Nov. 2, 1669, estate ordered distributed to his widow, now the wife of Joseph Garnsee, and children eldest son no name, Jonathan, David, and two daughters, no names, all minors and Mr. Holly and Lieut. Bell were appointed their overseers, page 39.

Richard, late of Norwalk, died July 1665, and letters of administration on his estate granted to his widow_____, page 8.
Inventory taken Oct. 5, 1665, by Richard Olmstead, John Gregory, and Walter Hoit, and filed Nov. 1, 1665, and estate ordered distributed to his widow____, and one daughter, the wife of Thomas Butler, page 8.

WHELER, Ephraim, late of Fairfield, will dated Sept. 22, 1669, probated Nov. 1, 1670, mentioned wife Ann, and children, Mark, Isaack, Samuel, Timothy, Ephraim, Mary, Ruth, Hannah, Rebecca, Judith, and Abigail. Executrix his wife. Over seers his cousin John Wheeler and Nathan Gold. Witnesses Isack Wheeler and Robert Wheeler, page 51.
Inventory taken Oct. 28, 1670, by George Squire, William Ward and James Bennet, and filed Nov. 1, 1670, page 51.

Obadiah, late of Stratford, will dated, probated Mch. 10, 1668, legacies to Isreal Chancy, pastor at Stratford, and Roger Morton, pastor at Milford, and rest of the estate to his wife. Overseers his father Wheeler and Robert CLARKE of Stratford. Witnesses Daniel Walter and Isreal Stiles, page 35.
Inventory taken Mch. 3, 1668, by Richard Booth, John Pickit, Jehiel Preston, and filed Mch. 10, 1668, page 35.

WHEELER, William, late of Norwalk, will dated, probated Nov. 8, 1667, mentioned his wife Sarah, and two sons and one daughter, no names, and sister. Executors his wife Sarah and brother Thomas Wheeler. Witnesses Nathaniel Wheeler and Micaell Tomkins, page 28.
Inventory shows testators left property in New Jersey, pages 15 and 16.

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