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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L.L.B. Volume 5, 1702 - 1750. Page 155.

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K,

CHAUNCEY, Charles, Rev., ( continued from page 154), Witnesses Richard Hubbell and John Copp, page 316.

Appeal from probate taken by Thomas Hawley, attorney for Israell Chauncey, a son of testator, and probate confirmed, page 317.

Inventory taken by James Bennitt and John Burr, mentioned a silk gowne that was Sarah Burr's and filed Jan. 4, 1715/16, page 332.

Jan. 4, 1715/16, the widow refused to qualify, and letters of administration granted to Lieut. Richard Hubbell, page 333.

Jan. 4, 1715/16, Robert and Abiah, children of testator, made choice of Rev. Samuel Cook to be their guardian, page 369.

Nov. 28, 1718, Icabod Woolcott Chauncey, a son of testator made choice of Rev. Samuel Cook to be his guardian, pages 364 and 349.

CHAUNCY, Israell, Rev. late of Stratford, Apl. 1, 1703, will rejected, and letters of administration on his estate granted to Rev. Charles Chauncey, page 28a.

Inventory taken June 9, 1703, Page 28.

Additional inventory taken by Ambrose Tomson and John Hawley, and filed July 22, 1703, page 28.

Nov. 5, 1703, account filed, and estate ordered distributed by Captain James Judson, Nathaniel Sherman, and Lieut. Thomas Knowels to his widow___, and children Charles, Isack and Robert, page 28a.

CHAUNCEY, Sarah, widow, late of Stratford, will dated Nov. 8, 1711, probated Dec. 13, 1711, legacies to Isaack Chauncey of Hadly the son of my husband Israell Chancey, late of Stratford, deceased, all the estate that is due me in England; to daughter Sarah Chancey wife of my said son Isack Chauncey; to said Isack Chauncey what is due me from Isaac Bennit of Long Hill; to Richard Blacklatch the sum now in the hands of my brother John Hudson and the cypress box that was given to me by my honored mother; to nephew or kinsmen Richard Blacklatch, Samuel Blacklatch and Joseph Blecklatch; to nieces or kinswomen Rebecka Blacklatch and Abigaile Blacklatch all the rest of my household stuff, that my sister Abegaile Blacklatch does not want; and the amount that is due me from the estate of my brother John Hudson of New Haven is to be divided (continues on page 156).

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