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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L.L.B. Volume 5, 1702-1750. Page 158

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K,

CLAPHAM, Peter, late of Norwalk, Apl. 7, 1714, Peter, a son of deceased, made choice of his brother in law Nathan Adams, of Fairfield to be his guardian, page 375.

COBBITT, Samuel, Deacon, late of Fairfield, May 6, 1713, letters of administration granted to his widow Sarah Corbitt and Zachariah Brinsmead, pages 256 and 381.

Inventory taken Mch. 3, 1712/3, and filed May 6, 1713, page 256.

COLEMAN, Nathaniel, late of Greenwich, Mch. 2, 1715, letters of administration on his estate granted to John Stone of Stamford, and another, page 315.

Inventory taken Feb. 28, 1714/15, by Joseph Knapp and David Renolds, and filed Mch. 2, 1715, page 314.

COLEY, Samuel, late of Fairfield, June 3, 1713, letters of administration on his estate granted to his brother Peter Coley and son Daniel Coley, pages 259a and 380.

Inventory taken May 29, 1713, by John Andruss and Thomas Nash, had land next to Joshua Jennings, and filed June 3, 1713, page 259.

June 3, 1713, Samuel, a son of decedent, made choice of John Andruss to be his guardian, page 380.

June 3, 1714, the court appointed George Hull to be guardian of John, a son of decedent, page 374.

June 10, 1714, estate distributed by Peter Burr and Jonathan Sturgis to his widow and children Daniel, Abigail, Samuel, Jemimy King, John, Mary, Mather, and Ann Coley, page 286.

COMSTOCK, Christopher, late of Norwalk, will dated Dec. 22, 1701, probated Jan. 4, 1702/3, mentioned his wife Hannah, and children Moses, Samuel, Hannah, Mercy, and grandson Daniel Comstock, and other grandchildren, no names. Executors his wife Hannah, and son Samuel. Overseers Rev. Steven Buckingham and James Olmstead.

Witnesses Samuel Smith and Andrew Messenger, page 40.

Inventory taken Jan. 16, 1702/3, by John Plat, John Benedick, and John Raymond, and filed Apl. 27, 1703, page 40a.

COSIER, Richard, late of Norwalk, Dec. 4, 1712, letters of administration on his estate granted to his widow Abigail Cosier, page 240a.

Inventory taken Nov. 26, 1712, by Captain John Raymond (continued on page 159).

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