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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L. L. B. Volume 3, 1675 - 1690. Page 42.

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K.

Francis, (continued from page 41), deceased and after her death her property is to go to the Blackman Heirs; mentioned his children, Isaac, and his wife, Samuel, Mary, Elizabeth, Rebecca, and Hannah. executor his son Samuel. Overseers, Mr. Chency, Mr. Botman, and Mr. Sherman, Jr., and Josiah Riggles, Jr., Witnesses John Blackman and Thomas Bodgate, page 202.
Inventory taken Mch 8, 1689/90, by James Judson and Samuel Sherman, and filed Mch. 12, 1689/90, page 302.

HALL, Samuel, complained at a special court, held Sept. 29, 1689, against his brother Isaac Hall, for taking hay from his land, and using oaths and threating words. Trial before Major Nathan gold, Assistant, Jehu Burr and Jon Burr, commissioners, Jurors Sergeant John Thompson, Daniel Weed, Sergeant Samuel Ward, Nathinel Sherman, John Wakeman, Sergeant John Hubball, William Read, Thomas Benedict, Jr., John Sturge Sr., Jacob Walker, Sergeant John Baldwin, Thomas Benedict Jr., and Abraham Ambler. the Jury found the charges not preved, and case appealed, page 109.

HARDY, Richard, late of Stamford, will dated July 21, 1683, probated in 1684, mentioned his wife Ann, and children, Elizabeth Parsons, Hannah Austin, Sarah Cloase, Susanna Sherman, Ruth Mead, Mary Hardy, Abigail Hardy and Samuel Hardy, Overseers Jonathan Bell and Abraham Ambler, page 143.

HARVY, Edmond, late of ______, Nov. 15, 1664, Whereas he left his estate to be divided between his widow and children, whereof his son Josiah was one of those that had a portion due him, and whereby Major Nathan gold married the relict of said Edmond Harvy by virtue whereof he stood engaged to pay the children their legacies, now therefore Josiah Harvy over the age of 23 years released Major Nathan gold from said legacy, recorded Mch. 5, 1679, page 319.
Josiah Harvy, Apl. 26, 1680, gave his step father a full discharge of the payment of all aforesaid legacy. He called himself the only son and heir and mentioned his sister Hannah, as having a legacy from said estate. He refereed to the inventory of said estate taken June 18, 1655, where the court ordered that all the lands at Fairfield and otherwhereas should be the property of Major Nathan Gold, he paying out of it the legacies to Joshia and his sister (continued page 43)

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