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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L. L. B. Volume 3, 1675 - 1690. Page 47.

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K.

William, late of Stratford, Dec. 11, 1688. letters of administration on his estate granted to John Birdsey, Jr., page 257.
Inventory taken Aug. 13, 1688, by John Sherwood in whose home the decedent lived and died, filed Dec. 11, 1688, page 257.

HUNT, Cornelius, late of Stamford, formerly a servant for Francis Holmes, and also worked for William Potter, inventory taken Jan. 24, 1675, by Abraham Ambler and Joshua Hait. The estate owed Nicholas Webster, Joseph
Green and Abraham Finch, filed Nov. 1675. page 11.

HURD, John, Sr., late of Stratford, will dated Feb. 18, 1679, probated Mch. 14, 1681, mentioned his wife Sarah, and children John, Isaac, and Daughters not named, probably, Sarah, Hannah, Mary, Hester, and Abigail, legacies to Samuel Galpin, Mary wife of John Bennet of Fairfield, Abigail wife of Samuel Bissel of Windsor, and Philip Travers. Executrix his wife Sarah. Overseers Zakery Walker of Woodbury, Robert Clarke of Stratford, and my brothern John Tomson and Ambrose Tomson. Witnesses Zachariah Walker and John Tomson, page 78. Inventory taken Feb. 22, 1681/2, by timothy Wilcockson, Samuel Sherman, and John Birdsey, and filed Mch. 14, 1681, page 77.

JACKSON, Henry, late of Fairfield, will dated Nov. 11, 1682, probated Sept. 22, 1686, mentioned his wife ____, and children Moses, Samuel, John, Hannah wife of Philip Galpin, and her children, relect of his deceased son Joseph (formerly Mary Godwin), grandchild Moses Jackson, grandchild Samuel Jackson, and five children of his deceased son Joseph. Overseers Nathan Gold, and Josiah Harvy. Witnesses Sergeant Daniel Burr, and James Beers, page 200.
Inventory taken June 21, 1686, by George Squire, Josiah Harvy, and William Sydenham, and filed Sept 22, 1686, page 202. Mary Squire, a daughter of the widow Berbery Squier, being an apprentics to testator, made choice of John Jackson to serve the rest of her time with, page 204.
Apl. 12, 1687, the legacy to the five children of (continued page 48).

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