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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L.L.B. Volume 5, 1702-1750. Page 189

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K,

KELLOG, Daniel, (continued from page 188), Samuel Gelloge (Kellog), and Joseph Gelloge(Kellog), page 161.

Inventory taken of Norwalk property July 20, 1709, by John Bennedick, Sr., Zurubbabell Hayt, and John Raymond, mentioned his children Daniel, ae. about 10 yrs; John, ae, about 8 yrs; Benjamin, ae. about 5 yrs; Johannah, ae. about 3 yrs; and Eliasaph, about one week old; and filed Aug. 18, 1709, page 160.

Additional inventory taken Apl. 14, 1711, page 195.

Inventory taken of Wallingford property Mch. 23, 1710, by Samuel Munsen and Nathaniel Hitchcock, and filed May 1, 1710, page 197.

May 1, 1710, account filed and estate ordered distributed by John Raimond and Samuel Hanford, page 197.

1711, account filed, and estate ordered distributed by Samuel Bets and Captain John Raimond to his children, four sons and one daughter, page 195.

Mch. 7, 1710/1, the court appointed Eliasaph Preston of Wallingford guardian of Benjamin, a son of decedent; Andrew Messenger of Norwalk guardian of Eliasaph, another son of decedent; Samuel Kellog guardian of Daniel and Johannah, other children of decedent; and Joseph Kellog guardian of John another son of decedent, page 389.

KIMBERLY, Abraham, of ______, Nov. 8, 1711, made choice of his uncle Abraham Kimberly to be his guardian, page 387.

KINDS, Arthur, late of Stratford, Apl. 22, 1707, letters of administration on his estate granted to Moses Wheeler, page 196.

Inventory taken Sept. 16, 1707, By Ebeneazer Curtis and Josiah Curtis, and filed Apl. 22, 1707, page 196.

Apl. 22, 1707, account filed, and the administrator to apply to the General Court for leave to sell the real property of the decedent, page 196.

KNAP, Benjamin, late of Greenwich, Mch. 7, 1717/8, letters of administration on his estate granted to his widow Elizabeth Knap and Ensign Caleb Knap, page 365.

KNAP, Christopher, late of Fairfield, nuncupative will of Jan. 5, 1709/10, proved by Captain Samuel Squire and Thomas Jones, probated Feb. 21, 1709/10, (continued page 190).

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