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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L.L.B. Volume 5, 1702-1750. Page 175

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K,

HAIT, Joshua, late of Stamford, distribution agreement dated Sept. 20, 1709, between his son Joshua Hair, and Samuel Hait, blacksmith, for himself, and representing his brother Moses Hait, and the five daughters of decedent, page 264.

Sept. 30, 1710, account filed by Joshua Hait and Samuel Hait, administrators, and discharge granted, page 392.

HAIT, Nathaniel, late of Danbury, Mch. 4, 1712/13, letters of administration on his estate granted to his brothers John Hair and Samuel Hait, page 232.

Inventory taken May 16, 1712, by Daniel Benedick, John Gregory, and Isreal Curtiss, and filed Mch. 4, 1712/13, page 232.

HAIT, Samuel, late of Stamford, June 3, 1713, letters of administration on his estate granted to his widow Marcy Hait, Page 261.

Inventory taken Mch 26, 1712, by Samuel Hait and Abraham Bell, and filed, June 3, 1713, page 261.

May 2, 1716, account filed, and estate ordered distributed by John Hair and Abraham Bell, to his widow and children, one son and three daughters, no names, page 333.

June 3, 1713, the court appointed Mercy Hait, their mother to be guardian of Hannah, Susannah, Daniel, and Mercy, children of decedent, page 380.

HAIT, Walter, late of Norwalk, will dated Feb. 11, 1695, copy of the record contained in Volume 4, page 207. and page 49.

HALL, Isaac, Dr., late of Stratfield, nuncuptative will proved Oct. 12, 1714, by James Bennitt, Sr., and Johanna Odell, mentioned his wife Lidea, daughter Sarah, and granddaughter Lidea Lane, page 291.

Oct. 12, 1714, letters of administration to his widow Lidea Hall and her sons Francis Hall and John Hall, page 291.

Inventory taken May 25, 1714, by Benjamin Fairweather and John Wheeler, and filed Oct. 12, 1714, page 291.

Mch. 24, 1714/15, land distributed to his four sons Isaac, Francis, John, and Jonathan, page 331.

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