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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L. L. B. Volume 3, 1675 - 1690. Page 39.

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K.

FROST, Daniel, Sr., (Continued from page 38), John Thorp, and Samuel Smith, brothers in law, with the consent of Joseph Frost, page 177.

FROST, Elizabeth, late of Fairfield, Aug. 20, 1686, letters of administration on her estate granted to Lieut. Cornelius Hull and Josiah Harvy, page 199.
Inventory taken Aug. 13, 1686, by John Burr, Cornelius Hull and Josiah Harvy, owned land at Mill Hill and at Saque, filed Aug. 30, 1686, and estate ordered distributed to her children Daniel Frost, and Joseph Frost, and sons in law Samuel Smith, Robert Rumsey, John Thorp, and Samuel Cooly, page 199.

FROST, Isaac, late of Fairfield, will dated Dec. 3, 1684, probated Mch. 10, 1684/5, mentioned his sisters Sara Smith, Rachael Rumsey, Hannah Thorp, and Esther Frost, brother Daniel Frost, Cousins John Smith and Elizabeth Smith the children of my brother in law Samuel Smith. Executor Joseph Frost, a brother of testator. Witnesses Josiah Harvy and Samuel Drake, page 144.
Inventory taken Feb. 26, 1684, by Cornelius Hull, Richard Hubbel, and Josiah Harvy, and filed Mch. 10, 1684/5.
Mch. 10, 1684/5, estate settled, and releases from Robert Rumsey and Samuel Smith in behalf of our wives, page 177.
Mch. 6, 1684/5, release from John Thorp of Fairfield, page 198.

FROST, William, late of ______, (evidently an error on the record, and should be Daniel Frost, Dec. 29, 1668, Sarah Frost of Bank side, a daughter of Daniel Frost, acknowledged the receipt from her Father said Daniel Frost the legacy bequested to her by her said grandfather William Frost, deceased. Witnesses Ann Green and John Green, page 315. Sarah Smith this 21st day of July 1682, acknowledge the above discharge, and that it was given to her father before her marriage, page 313.

GALPIN, Philip, Nov. 5, 1665, had land at Rye, consisting of several tracts, and bounded in part by land of John Jackson, George Kniffin, Timothy Knapp, Peter Disboras, Robert Bloomer, John Coe, John Ogden, Jacob Prince, George Clear, George Kniffin, John Odgen, (continued on page 40).

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