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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L.L.B. Volume 5, 1702-1750. Page 183

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K,

HUBBELL, Samuel, Lieut., (continued from page 182), 19 yrs: 16th Feb. 1714; David, ae. 16 yrs 1st July, 1714; Tabitha, ae. 14 yrs 24th Dec. 1714; and Joseph, ae. 12 yrs 29th Oct. 1714.: and filed June 15, 1714, page 284. June 15, 1714, account filed, and estate ordered distributed by Sergeant James Bennitt, Major John Burr, and Lieut. Richard Hubbell to his widow and children as aforesaid, page 285. June 15, 1714, Ephraim, Stephen, and Tabitha, children of decedent, made choice of their mother Temperance Hubbell to be their guardian; David, made choice of his brother Daniel to be his guardian, and the court appointed Daniel Hubbell guardian of Joseph, another son of decedent. page 285.

HUDSON, Nathaniel, late of Stratford, nuncupative will proved July 2, 1701, by Isreal Chauncy and Sarah Chauncy, who testified that they were at the bedside of deceased the afternoon of the night he died, May 8, 1701, and he left all his property to his wife, except his gold buttons, buckles and rings, which he left to little John Hudson, page 18.

July 2, 1701, letters of administration on his estate granted to his widow Abegaile Hudson and Rev. Isreal Chauncy, page 17.

Inventory taken of Stratford property June 13, 1701, by Thomas Knowles, John Beach, and Isack Knoll, and filed July 2, 1701, page 17.

Inventory taken of New Haven property June 10, 1701, by Nathan Andrews, Sr., and William Thompson, and filed July 2, 1701, page 17.

July 15, 1701, John Hudson or Hodson, of New Haven, brother of deceased, released the widow for legacy paid. Witnesses George Parde, Sarah Chauncy and Mary Cornwell, page 18.

HULL, Daniel, of Fairfield, Mch. 7, 1750, made choice of David Banks of Fairfield to be his guardian, page 341.

HULL, Mary, late of Fairfield, widow of Theophilus Hull, nuncoupative will proved Apl. 18, 1712, by Sarah Silliman and Elizabeth Jackson, mentioned her children Mary and Ann, Petieat to Sarah Seely, page 331.

Apl. 18, 1712. letters of administration on her estate granted to Sergeant Esekiell Sanford and Thomas Sanford, pages 386 and 331.(continued on page 184).

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