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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L.L.B. Volume 5, 1702-1750. Page 160

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K,

CROSS, Nathaniel, late of Stamford, Feb. 2, 1714/15, letters of administration on his estate granted to his widow Hannah Cross and Benjamin Weed. page 371.

Nov. 1, 1715, Deborah Cross, a daughter of decedent, made choice of her father in law (step-father) Samuel Parmer to be her guardian; and the court appointed said Samuel Parmer guardian of John, Sarah, and Mary, other children of decedent, page 369.

CROWELL, Jabez, late of Fairfield, formerly of Boston, mariner, Jan. 11, 1717/18, letters of administration on his estate granted to Thomas Messenger of Boston, page 365.

CURTISS, Hannah, late of Stratford, 1st Tuesday of Apl. 1749, estate ordered distributed by John Thompson and David Judson, and Daniel Porter to Nathaniel Curtiss, to be the heirs of Zachariah Curtiss; to Elizabeth Beardslee, to the heirs of Isaac Curtiss, and to Jeremiah Curtiss, page 352.

CURTISS, Isreall, Lieut., late of Woodbury, died Oct 28, 1704, and on Mch. 17, 1704/5, inventory taken by Joseph Curtiss and Benjamin Curtiss of his Stratford Property, on Feb. 20, 1704/5. inventory taken by Mathew Mitchell, Joseph Hikok, and John Curtiss of his Woodbury property, page 65.

Nov. 10, 1704, distribution agreement dated, between his widow Rebecka and Hannah wife of Thomas Minor, Rebecka wife of Ephraim Minor, Isreal, who had land at Stratford, John and Steven, who had land at Stratford and Woodbury. Witnesses John Minor, John Sherman and Daniel Beardsley, page 64.

CURTISS, Joshua, sometime of Stratford, who died at Cohanay, and on Jan. 28, 1706, letters of administration on his estate granted to Josiah Curtiss of Stratford, page 87.

Inventory taken Jan. 22, 1705.6, by Joseph Curtiss, Zachariah Curtiss, and Josiah Curtiss, mentioned his children, William, Anna, Bethyah, and Mary, and filed Jan. 28, 1706, pages 87 and 131.

May 22, 1706, account filed and estate ordered distributed by Lieut. John Hawley and John Beach to his children as aforesaid, pages 87 and 131.

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