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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L.L.B. Volume 5, 1702-1750. Page 207

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K,

QUINTARD, Isaac, late of Stamford, will dated Nov. 6, 1714, probated Jan. 5, 1714/5, mentioned his wife Jane, who was devised the house in New York, and children, Isaac, peter, and Mary Morin; legacy to the French Church in New York. Executors his wife and son in law Samuel Morin. Witnesses John Read, Anthony Nouguier and John Green, page 300.

Inventory taken Dec. 31, 1714, by Elisha Holly and Jonathan Bell; mentioned 63 acres of woodland from Jaggers; 25 acres of land from Jaggers; 20 acres of Woodland from Mercy June; and 15 acres of Woodland from Clason; and filed Jan. 5, 1714/15, page 300a.

RANIER, Joseph, late of Hartford, Feb. 1, 1715/16, supposed to be drowned between Stratford and Fairfield. Letters of administration on his estate granted to Joseph Lewiss of Fairfield, page 367.

RAWLINSON, William, late of Stratford, will dated Feb. 15, 1712, probated Mch. 5, 1712, legacy to Elizabeth Beardly for he kindness, adopted son Caleb Daighton* sole heir and executor, assisted by Nathan Gold and Joseph Curtiss, both of Stratford. Witnesses Ager Tomilson, Benjamin Coney, and Ephraim Beardsley, page 204.

Inventory taken Mch. 3, 1712, by Thomas Bennit, Josiah Curtiss, and Francis Griffen, and filed Mch. 5, 1712, Page 204.

REDFIELD, James, of Fairfield, Sept. 4, 1750, made choice of Gamiel French of Stratford, to be his guardian, page 359.

REED, Mary, late of Stratford, Jan. 3, 1704/5, letters of administration on her estate granted to her son Zackariah Bostick, page 34.

Inventory taken Dec. 28, 1704, by Ambros Thomson and John Beach, and filed Jan. 3, 1704/5, page 34.

RESCOW, John, late of Norwalk, Inventory taken Nov. 20, 1702, by Zerubbabill Hait, Samuel Keeler, and John Raimond, mentioned his children Mary Rescow, Rebecka Brown, (Probably wife of Jaas Brown), Ruth wife of John Abbut, and Sarah widow of William Lee, deceased, and filed Dec. 16, 1701. Page 91. (Continued on page 208).

*1. Dayton?

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