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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L.L.B. Volume 5, 1702-1750. Page 166

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K,

FINCH, Joseph, Late of Greenwich, Jan. 3, 1714, letters of administration on his estate granted to his sons Joseph and Jonathan, page 294.

Inventory taken Apl. 2, 1714, by Thomas Marshall and Caleb Knapp, and filed Jan. 3, 1714, page 296.

Distribution agreement dated Feb. 2, 1715.15, between his children Joseph, Samuel, Jonathan, Benjaman, Elizabeth Whitney, and Sarah Finch, and sons in law Joseph Renolds and Jonathan Mead. Witnesses David Renolds and Robert Lockwood, page 296.

FINCH, Nathaniel, late of Norwalk, Dec. 27, 1714, letters of administration on his estate granted to his widow Mary Finch, page 301.

Inventory taken Dec. 23, 1714, by Samuel Marvin and Samuel Hanford, and filed Dec. 27, 1714, page 301.

FINCH, Sarah, widow, late of Stamford, in 1713, letters of administration on her estate granted to Joseph Finch of Stamford, page 378.

FIRMAN, Mary, late of Stamford, widow of Josiah Firman, formerly of Newtown, L.I., will dated Mch. 27, 1714, died Mch. 31, 1714, probated Aug. 4, 1714, mentioned her children Isaac weed, Mary Lockwood, Hannah Scofield, and Rebeckah Firman, and son in law Samuel Weed, grandchildren the children of my son Joseph Weed, deceased, and his wife Rebeckah. Executors son in law Samuel Scofield. Witnesses Captain Joseph Bishop and Captain Daniel Weed. page 290.

Inventory taken Mch. 31, 1714, by Daniel Scofield and Samuel Weed, and filed Aug. 4, 1714, page 290.

FITCH, Thomas, late of Norwalk, will dated Oct. 4, 1796, probated May 1, 1704, mentioned his children Ann wife of John Tomson of Farmington, Mary, wife of Captain Mathew Sherwood, John and his wife, grandchildren Thomas Fitch, John Fitch, and Nathaniel Fitch. Executor son John. Overseers My son Captain Mathew Sherwood and My cousin Sergeant John Platt. Witnesses James Olmsted and Samuel Smith, page 38.

John Fitch, the son of testator, agreed to give to the children of his sister Mary, deceased as much as his father gave his other sisters, page 40.

Inventory taken Apl. 14, 1704, by James Olmsted, Samuel Smith and Thomas Betts, and filed May 19, 1704, page 40.

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