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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L.L.B. Volume 5, 1702-1750. Page 193

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K,

LEVENSWORTH, John, (continued from page 192), Inventory taken Oct. 12, 1702, by Thomas Sherman, Benjamin Galpin, John Minor, and Samuel Jones, and filed Nov. 7, 1702, page 65.

Feb. 28, 1704, account filed, and estate ordered distributed by Zachariah Walker and John Judson to the administrator, Thomas Levensworth and his brother John Levensworth, page 65.

LOCKWOOD, Daniel, late of Norwalk, Jan. 7, 1712/ 13, letters of administration on his estate granted to Joseph Lockwood, and James Lockwood, page 240a.

Inventory taken De. 30, 1712, by John Raymond, Joseph Lockwood and James Lockwood, mentioned his children, Sarah, ae. 12, last Aprl. Phebe, ae. 11 yrs lst last Nov; Deborah, ae. 8 yrs last July; Rebeckah, ae. 4 yrs last July; and filed Jan 7, 1712/13, page 240.

Apl 7, 1714, account filed and estate ordered distributed by Captain John Raymond and Samuel Betts, to his children, all daughters, viz: Sarah, Phebe, Deborah, Rebeckah, and Ann, page 240.

Jan. 6, 1713/14, the court appointed Joseph Lockwood guardian of Deborah; James Lockwood guardian of Rebeckah, and James and Joseph Lockwood guardians of Ann, children of decedent, page 332.

LOCKWOOD, Daniel, Jr., late of Fairfield, Dec. 31, 1714, distribution agreement dated, between his widow, now Abigaile Sherman of Stratford, and children Abigail Lockwood and Mary Lockwood, both of Stratford. Witnesses Peter Burr and John Edwards, page 332.

LOCKWOOD, Edmund, late of Stamford, Inventory of the estate in land that hath fallen into said estate since the first inventory taken Jan. 20, 1706/7, by Jonathan Selleck, Benjamin Green and John Ambler, and filed Feb. 7, 1706/7, by Edmond Lockwood a son decedent, and ordered distribution by Joseph Biship, Benjamin Green and John ambler to decedent's three sons and three daughters, no names, page 93a.

LOCKWOOD, Robert, late of Fairfield, Aug. 3, 1715, letters of administration on his estate granted to his widow Mary Lockwood, and Sergeant Joseph Lockwood, Jedediah Canfield went on bond, page 320. (continued on page 194).

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