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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L.L.B. Volume 4, 1690 - 1702. Page 128

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K,

SLAWSON, George, late of Stamford, will dated Dec. 19, 1694, died Feb. 17, 1694/5, probated Nov. 5, 1695, mentioned his wife___, and children, John and Elieazar and a daughter the wife of John gold. Executors his sons. witnesses Abraham Ambler and Samuel Holley, page 130.

Inventory taken by Jonathan Bell and Jonas Weed, and filed Nov. 5, 1695, page 130.

SLAWSON, Mary, widow, late of Fairfield, will dated Mch. 27, 1697, probated Jan. 10, 1697/8, mentioned her children Mathew Jennings, who was devised land at Sacco Neck; Isack Jennings, who was devised land at Sacco Hill, land received from Samuel Roberson, and land formerly of Cornelius Hull; Samuel Jennings, who had a legacy out of property at Stamford; Joshua Jennings; Mary Curtis and Joseph Jennings; grandson John Smith and daughter in law Hannah Jennings. Executor Josiah Harvey, page 182.

Inventory taken in 1697, by Abraham Adams, and Nathaniel Bur, Jr. and filed Jan. 10, 1697/8, page 182.

SMITH, John, late of Fairfield, Nov. 9, 1690, letters of administration on his estate granted to Samuel smith, Joseph Jennings, and Samuel Drake, page 17.

Inventory taken Oct. 30, 1690, by John Sturges, Thomas Wilson, and John Thomson, and filed Nov. 9, 1690, page 17.

Nov. 9, 1690, estate ordered to be managed for the benefit of child, no name, page 17.

Mch. 8, 1692, Samuel Drake, being now deceased, the court appointed John Osborn in his place, page 17.

Nov. 9, 1690, his wife being now deceased, Goodwife Mary Slawson demanded a portion of the estate of her son in law said John smith, deceased, who married her daughter, now deceased, against her consent, page 112.

SMITH, Samuel, late of Fairfield, will dated Feb. 27, 1698, probated Mch. 27, 1698, mentioned his wife____, and children, John, Samuel, Elizabeth, Sarah, Joseph, and Hester.

Witnesses Daniel Sherwood and Cornelius Hull, page 160.

Inventory taken Mch. 12, 1698, by John Thompson, John Bulkley, and John Edwards, and fled Mch. 27, 1698, page 160.

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