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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L.L.B. Volume 5, 1702-1750. Page 172

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K,

GREEN, Joseph, (continued from page 171), by Elisha Holly, Stephen Bishop, and Abraham Bell to his widow and children, three sons and four daughters, no names, page 184.

Jan. 3, 1710/11, John and Mercy, children of decedent, made choice of their uncle Benjamin Green to be their guardian, and the court appointed Elizabeth Green, widow of decedent, guardian of Nathaniel, another son of decedent. page 391.

GREGORY, Rebecka, late of Stratfield, will dated Oct. 25, 1703, probated Nov. 5, 1703, mentioned her children Martha, Johanna, Rebecka, Abegaile, Sarah, Samuel, Benjamin, and Ebeneazer. Executor brother Isaac Wheeler. Witnesses David Sherman and Samuel frowell, page 37.

Inventory taken Oct. 28, 1703, by James Benit, James Seely, Edward Lacy, Jr., Benjamin Gregory, and Ezekiell Sanford, and filed Nov. 5, 1703, pages 37 and 117.

GREGORY, Samuel, Sergeant, late of Stratfield, June 18, 1702, letters of administration on his estate granted to his widow Rebecka, and sons Samuel and Benjamin, page 31a.

Inventory taken June, 1702, and filed June 18, 1702, page 41.

June 18, 1702, account filed, and estate ordered distributed by Lieut. James Benit, Sergeant Mathew Sherwood, and Sergeant Davis Sherman to his widow Rebecka Gregory, and children three sons and five daughters, no names, page 41a.

GREGORY, Samuel, late of Norwalk, Jan. 24, 1699, letters of administration on his estate granted to his brother Thomas Gregory, page 30.

Inventory taken by Samuel Haies, Daniel Betts and Samuel Smith, and filed Jan. 24, 1699, page 30.

GREGORY, Thomas, late of ____, May 1, 1707, estate distributed by John Benedick and Elizabeth Lockwood, administrators to his children Ebeneazer, Pheby, and Rebecka, a minor, to her guardian Ebeneazer Gregory, page 133.

Feb. 13, 1704/5, the court ordered the dower of (continued on page 173).

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