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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L.L.B. Volume 4, 1690 - 1702. Page 132

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K,

WAKEMAN, Samuel, (continued from page 131), to be sent to college; Joseph and Mary; may have had other children; legacies to Captain John bur for the Church of Fairfield, to the Grammer Schools in Fairfield, to the Poor in Fairfield, to Thomas Jones; and liberty to his Indian servant Jane at 25 yrs on Mch. 21, 1698. Executor his son John. Witnesses Nathan Gold, Sr and Nathan Gold, Jr., page 69.

Inventory taken Apl.. 8, 1692 by Thomas Jones, Nathan Gold Jr., and Eliphalet Hill, and filed Nov. 5, 1692, page 69.

WAKEMAN, Samuel, Jr., late of Fairfield, will dated Feb. 23, 1690, probated Mch. 5, 1692, mentioned his wife Sarah, and daughter Mary, provided for by deed of gift, provided for unborn child, brother Joseph Wakeman, Executors his wife and brother John Wakeman. Witnesses Samuel Wilson and Joshua Knowles, page 72.

Dec. 2, 1691, letters of administration on his estate granted to his widow Sarah Wakeman and John Edwards, and Captain John bur and Sergeant John Wakeman were appointed overseers for Mary, Page 72b.

Inventory taken June 4, 1691, by Samuel Roberson, Samuel Wilson, and Eliphalet Hill, and filed Mch. 5, 1692, page 72a.

WAKLEY, Henry, late of Stratford, will dated July 11, 1689, probated Nov. 8, 1690, mentioned his wife Sarah, and children Deliverance, James, Patience, Abigaile, Jacob, and Mary Stevens, legacies to Thomas Lattin, and Elizabeth Squire, and to henry Sumers that liveth with me. Witnesses Zacariah Fairchild and Samuel Prestone, page 31.

Inventory taken Aug. 26, 1690, by Samuel Sherman, Samuel Hawley and John Coe, and filed Nov. 8, 1690, page 33.

WALKER, Zachariah, Rev., late of Woodbury, died Jan. 20, 1699/1700, no administration, page 203.

Inventory taken Feb. 1, 1699/1700, by Isreal Curtis, John Sherman and Benjamin Hurd, and filed May 27, (continued page 133).

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