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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L.L.B. Volume 5, 1702-1750. Page 162

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K,

DAVENPORT, John, Rev., (continued from page 161), said Rev. John Davenport the following property: house and lot in the Town Plot of Stamford, bounded by land of Benjamin Hait, by land of Benjamin Bishop and southerly and easterly by the highway; also a meadow at Rocky Neck bounded by Major Jonathan Selleck and Jonathan Waterbury; also land at Long Swamp bounded by Eleazer Slason; land at Westoce bounded by Joseph Brown; land at Ox Pasture bounded by land formerly of John Pettit; land at Noroton Neck, bounded by Elisha Holly, Jonas Weed; land bounded by Moses Knapp, Thomas Penoyer, and Mr. bishop; land at Long Neck bounded by John Bates and Obediah Stevens; land at Newfield, and an interest on the common. Witnesses Seth Shone and Steven Buckingham, page 19.

DAVIDS, John, Sr., late of Fairfield, Feb. 25, 1712/3, letters of administration on his estate granted to his son Samuel, page 243.

Inventory taken Jan. 20, 1712/3, by Peter Burr and Moses Dimon, and Filed Feb. 25, 1712/3. page 243.

DAVIS, John, Jr., late of Fairfield, Oct. 1709, letters of administration on his estate granted to his father John Davis of Fairfield, page 157.

Inventory taken Oct. 1709, by John Thompson, Samuel Squire, and Isaac Jennings, and filed Oct 14, 1709. page 157.

Oct. 14, 1709, John Davis, administrator, refused to act further, and John Edwards and Philip Lewis, principal creditors, were appointed in his place, page 157.

DENNY, Albert, late of Fairfield, June, 1708, letters of administration on his estate granted to Elizabeth Denny, Captain John Wakeman, and Lieut. Joseph Wakeman, all of Fairfield, pages 123 and 394.

Inventory taken June 7, 1708, by Anthony Nouguier and Peter Burr, mentioned that his estate owed by John Beldin, Richard Blackledge, John Burr, Thomas Turny, Thomas Edwards, and John Smith; bills due in New York to various persons, and filed June 12, 1708, page 123.

June 4, 1708, John, a son of decedent, and Grissell, a daughter of decedent, made choice of their uncle Lieut. Joseph Wakeman, to be their guardian, and the (continued on page 163).

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