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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L.L.B. Volume 5, 1702-1750. Page 199

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K,

MILLS, William (continued from page 198). Inventory taken Sept. 26, 1710, by John Young and Zachariah Dibble, and filed Sept. 27, 1710, page 196.

MOREHOUSE, Thomas, Sr., late of Fairfield, additional inventory taken Mch. 12, 1706, showed rent paid to Mathew Sherwood, Jr., legacy to Ann; paid Daniel Morehouse for taking care of John; estate owed Samuel Morehouse, Daniel Morehouse, and Mathew Sherwood, Jr.,, and filed Aug. 29, 1705, page 139.

Aug. 29, 1706, account filed by his widow, now Mary Sturgis, administratrix, and estate ordered distributed by Sergeant Ezekiell Sanford and Samuel Hubbell to his widow Mary Sturgis and children Thomas, Mary John, and Rebecka, page 139.

Aug. 29, 1706, the court appointed John Morehouse guardian of Thomas and Mary; and Sergeant Mathew Sherwood was appointed guardian of John and Rebeckah, children

of decedent, page 139.

Feb. 3, 1713/4, John a son of decedent, made choice of his father in Law (step-father) Joseph Sturgis to be his guardian, page 376.

MURRAY, Joseph, of ______, Jan. 5, 1714/5, Made choice of Thomas Bennitt of Stratford to be his guardian, page 371.

NASH, John, Sr., late of Norwalk, May 6, 1713, letters of administration on his estate granted to his sons John and Nathan, page 254.

Inventory taken Mch. 14, 1712.13, by John Gregory, Jr., and John Copp, and filed May 6, 1713, page 254.

NASH, Joseph, late of Fairfield, Apl. 22, 1702, letters of administration on his estate granted to Thomas Nash, page 7.

Inventory taken Apl. 4, 1702, by Joseph Lockwood and Daniel Frost, and filed Apl. 22, 1702, page 7.

NEWMAN, Thomas, late of Stamford, will dated May 21, 1714, probated Oct. 2, 1714, mentioned his wife Mary, and children, John, Nathaniel, Jonathan, Thomas, and son in law Daniel Briggs, Executrix his wife Mary Newman. Witnesses John Holly, James June and Ebeneazer Smith, page 317.

Inventory taken Sept. 2, 1714, and filed Nov. 1, 1714, page 305.

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