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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L. L. B. Volume 3, 1675 - 1690. Page 72

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K.

TOMLINSON, Henry, (continued from page 71), Inventory taken Mch. 25, 1681, by Joseph Hawley, Samuel Sherman, and James Clarke, Timothy Willcockson, and Jon Bennit, and filed Apl. 26, 1681, page 57.

TRANS, John, late of Rye, Slayn (Slain) in the last war, inventory taken at Rye Neck, Nov. 20, 1677, by John Galpin, Joseph Horton, and Joseph Galpin, and filed Nov. 20, 1677, page 45. Nov. 20, 1677, estate ordered distributed to his brothers Philip Trans and James Trans, and Robert Trans, and sister Hannah Trans, page 45.

TRY, Mihill, late of _____, will dated Apl. 17, 1676, probated Apl. 26, 1677, mentioned his daughter Sarah wife of John Gruman, and grandchildren John Gruman, Samuel Gruman, Thomas Gruman, Mihill Gruman, Elizabeth Gruman, and Sarah Gruman, legacies to Be???eny Galpin, Richard Lyon, Jr., and Kinsman John Roots. Overseers Lieut. Banks and Sergeant Squire. Witnesses William Hill and John Banks, page 22, 27.
Inventory taken Apl. 26, 1677, by William Hill, Thomas Staples, and Josyah Harvey, and filed May 7, 1677, page 28.

TUDERS, Edward, late of Norwalk, Dec. 11, 1688, letters of administration on his estate granted to John Beldings of Norwalk, page 257. Inventory taken Sept. 10, 1688, by Thomas Seamore, Jr., and Mathew Murywn, and filed Dec. 11, 1688, page 257.

Robert, Captain, late of Fairfield, will dated Dec. 31, 1689, probated Jan. 20, 1689/90, mentioned his wife Elizabeth, and son Benjamin, son Robert, daughters Elizabeth, Mary, Ruth, Martha, and Rebecca, legacies to Joseph Jennings in the right of his wife, deceased. Executors brother in law Samuel Wilson of Fairfield, Overseers brother Sergeant John Wheeler and Brother Benjamin Turney. Witnesses Nathan Gold, Sr., and Josiah Harvey, page 300.
Inventory taken Jan. 17, 1689, by Samuel Roberson, Ephraim Nickols, and Eliphant Hill, and filed Jan. 28, 1689/90, page 300.
June 12, 1690, Sergeant Wheeler, now deceased, and ( continued page 73.)

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