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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L.L.B. Volume 4, 1690 - 1702. Page 10

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K,

JOY, Jacob, late of Fairfield, Feb. 18, 1690, letters of administration on his estate granted to Captain Mathew Sherwood and James Benit, Jr., Page 28.

Inventory taken Jan. 29, 1690, by Mathew Sherwood Joy, and filed Feb. 18, 1690, page 28.

JOY, Joseph, late of Fairfield, impressed (drafted) to go on an expedition, first to Albany and then to Canada, Apl. 28, 1690, made a deed of gift to his cousins Joseph Bennet, Deborah Joy, Mary Joy and Walter Joy, a son of my brother Jacob Jay, and did appoint his brother Joseph Joy and Samuel Hubbell, Sr., his administrators. Witnesses John Odell, Sr., and Samuel Beardsley, page 26.

Inventory taken Sept. 24, 1690, by Mathew Sherwood and Isack Wheeler, and filed Nov. 9, 1690, page 27.

Feb. 15, 1691, Jacob Joy, being now deceased, the account was filed, by Samuel Hubbell, Sr., and estate ordered distributed to Deborah wife of Andrew Ward, and Mary Joy, sister of Walter Joy, now deceased, page 66.

Feb. 15, 1691/2, estate distributed accordingly, page 96.

JUDSON, Jeremiah, Sr., Sergeant, late of Stratford, will dated Feb. 21, 1697/8, probated Dec. 10, 1700, mentioned his wife Katherine, as per marriage covenant, and children Isaac, Sarah Sturgis, Mercy Burten, and Jeremiah, who is to have most of the estate in case he has a male heir, if not, the property to be divided as follows, 1/3 to the children of said Jeremiah; 1/3 to Sarah Stargis; and 1/3 to Mercy Burten, grandchildren Mary and Elizabeth, daughters if Isaac Judson, and grandchildren Elizabeth Tomlinson and Mary Watkins, both minors. Executors son Jeremiah. Witnesses Joseph Curtis and Captain James Judson, page 197.

Inventory taken June 11, 1700, by James Judson, Samuel Hawley and John Wells, and filed Dec. 10, 1700, page 197.

Dec. 10, 1700, Sellemon Burton released all claims to the estate of his father in law Sergeant Jeremiah Judson, deceased, page 197.

Dec. 1700, Ager Tomlinson appealed from the decision of the court in regard to the will of his father in law Sergeant Jeremiah Judson, page 197.

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