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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L. L. B. Volume 3, 1675 - 1690. Page 32.

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K.

BENNET, James, (continued from page 31), Samuel Wilson, page. 49.
May 15, 1674, Thomas, eldest son of deceased, acknowledged the receipt of his portion of his father's estate, and released his father Joseph Middlebrook, who held his share. Witnesses William Hill and John Egleton, page 48.

BETTS, Thomas, Sr., late of Norwalk, will dated May 10, 1688 died in 1688, ae, 70 yrs., will probated Dec. 4, 1688, mentioned his wife Mary, and her own children, and grandchild Hannah Camp, and testator's children Thomas, John, Daniel, Samuel, James, Mary wife of John Raymond, and her children, and testator's daughter Sarah Bates. Overseers James Olmstead and John Olmstead. Witnesses Samuel Hayes, Dr., and John Belden, page 258.
Inventory taken Dec. 4, 1688, by Samuel Hayes and John Beldings, and filed Dec. 4, 1688, page 258.

Robert, late of Fairfield, Apl. 28, 1687, letters of administration on his estate granted to his widow Susanna Bisbum and Jonathan Morehouse, page 225.
Inventory taken Apl. 1, 1687 by Nathaniel Sely and Jonathan Morehouse, and filed Apl. 28, 1687, page 224.

BLAKMAN, James, late of Stratford, will dated July 18, 1689, probated Nov. 7, 1689, mentioned his wife Meriam, (later widow of Greome), and children Zachariah, Adam, James, Elizabeth, Martha, Sarah Cunny, Mary Sexle, Hannah Gilbert, Meriam (wife of Joseph) Northrop, and Jane Russel. Overseers brothers Samuel Wheeler, Moses Wheeler, and Ephraim Stiles, and son in law Joseph Northrop. Witnesses Joseph Grifen and John Stiles. Page 294.
Inventory taken Nov. 4, 1689, by Joseph Curtis, John Moss, and Ambrose Tomson, and filed Nov. 7, 1689, page 294.

BOOTH, Ephraim, late of Stratford, will dated Feb. 26, 1682, probated Mch. 9, 1682/3, mentioned his wife Mary and Children, Mary, Johanna, Bethia, and Richard. Overseers his Uncle Joseph Hawley, brother Ebeneazer booth, Brother John Booth, Brother Joseph Curtiss, and cousin Samuel Hawley. Witnesses Richard Booth and Benjamin Lewis. page 113.
Inventory taken Mch. 9, 1682/3, by Thomas Ufford, John Birdsey, and Samuel Hawley, and Filed Mch. 9, 1682/3, page 113.

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