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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L.L.B. Volume 4, 1690 - 1702. Page 1

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K,

LYON, Joseph, (continued from page 113), Administrator and estate distributed as follows: to Mary Bagley, widow of deceased, and the court desired Joseph Wakeman and Nathaniel Bur, to set out the children's part, and Samuel Lyon to receive the estate, and distribute it to them at the age of 21 yrs. The remainder of the estate to remain in said Bagley's hands to pay wife's portion and ye debts. The deceased had two sons Joseph and David, pages 147 and 195.

Nov. 13, 1700, agreement dated, between Samuel Lyon and John Bagley, Stepfather of the children of deceased, whereby the said Bagley is to take the lands until said children, Viz: Joseph, and David some of age, and to keep the youngest son until he is 7 yrs of age, page 195.

LYON, Moses, late of Fairfield, Mch. 21, 1697/8, letters of administration on his estate granted to John Edwards, page 151.

Inventory taken Mch. 21 1697/8, by John Bulkley and John Edwards, and filed Mch. 21, 1697, page 151.

Apl. 11, 1697/8, account filed, and estate ordered distributed to his widow Mary Lyon, and brothers, Richard Lyon, Samuel Lyon, and William Lyon, and brothers in law Jeshua Jennings, William Roberson, and Samuel Smith, their wives being sisters to deceased, and sister Ester Gruman, and court ordered Nathaniel Bur, Jr., to assist the administrator in the distribution, page 211.

LYON, Samuel, late of Greenwich, Jan. 4, 1722/3, Thomas Lyon of Greenwich, administrator, informed the court that certain land devised by the will of their father Thomas Lyon, late of Greenwich, deceased, to said Samuel Lyon and Joseph Lyon, had never been divided and requested the court to divided same. the court appointed Ebeneazer Mead, Benjamin Lockwood and Gershom Lockwood to make such division, page 53.

Mch. 2, 1723/4, John Stone, attorney for said administrator informed the court that those appointed refused to act, and the court appointed Captain Samuel Hait, John Bell and Samuel Blatchly, page 53.

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