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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L.L.B. Volume 4, 1690 - 1702. Page 121

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K,

PEAT, Joseph, late of Stratford, Nov. 6, 1694, letters of administration on his estate granted to Jonathan Pitman, of Stratford, page 116.

Inventory taken by Robert Lane and Benjamin Lewis, verified by Samuel Peat, a brother of decedent, and filed Nov. 6, 1694, page 116.

Nov. 6, 1694, account filed, and estate ordered distributed to his surviving brothers and sisters, Viz: Samuel Peat, John Peat, Jane Peat, Sarah Lacke, Hannah Wakely and Elizabeth Paterson, page 116.

PELL, Thomas, late of______, Feb. 24, 1674, John Pell, heir of decedent, released Simon Couch of Fairfield from all demands, page 46.

PICKET, John, late of Stratford, will dated Dec. 19, 1690, probated Dec. 29, 1690, mentioned his children, James, Rebecca, who was devised land near the dwelling house of Joseph Blackman bounded on the North by land of Benjamin Peat; also land in the Great Neck Bounded by Daniel Picket and Zacariah Curtiss and Mary, who was devised land in Great Neck bounded by John Beach and Samuel Galpin. Executors brother Daniel Picket. Overseers Brother Robert Lane, Thomas Wells, and Samuel Sherman. Witnesses Sarah Lane and Jonathan Pitman, page 56.

Inventory taken Dec. 26, 1690, by Samuel Sherman and James Sherman, and filed Dec. 29, 1690, Page 54.

PICKETT, Rebecka, late of Stratford, Mch. 15, 1692/3, letters of administration on her estate were granted to Daniel Pickett and Robert Lane, who were also to care for James and Mary, a brother and sister of deceased, page 99.

Inventory taken Mch. 13, 1693, by James Judson, Ebeneazer Booth, and James Clark, mentioned James Picket and Mary Picket, surviving brother and sister, and filed Mch. 15, 1692/3, page 99.

Porter, Nathaniel, late of Stratford, and Elizabeth Porter, his widow, probably 1692, the overseers, Captain Samuel Eols, Nicholas Campe, and John Berday were discharged, page 134.

Dec. 16, 1692, Robert Roys and Mary Roys, formerly Mary Porter, a daughter of decedent, released the overseers of her Father's estate, and the administrator (continued page 122).

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