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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L.L.B. Volume 5, 1702-1750. Page 208

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K,

RESCOW, John, (Continued from page 207), Dec. 7, 1702, agreement between decedent's children Thomas Rescow, Rebecaka Brown, James Brown, Mary Rescow, Ruth Abbut, and William Lee. Witnesses James Olmsted and Samuel Keeler, page 1.

RENOLDS, John, Sr., late of Greenwich, will dated Apl. 21, 1699, probated Nov. 24, 1701, mentioned his wife Judah, and children John, James, who was devised land next to Gershom Lockwood, Jonathan, Joshua, who was devised land next to Jonathan Heusted, David, who was devised land next to Joseph Ferris, and Epharim Palmer, and Mary has had her portion, and Judah. No executor. Overseers his wife Judah, son John, and son in law Samuel Betts. Witnesses Samuel Peck and Jonathan Renolds, page 47a.

First codicil dated July 23, 1699. Witnesses James peck and Sarah Lockwood, page 47b.

Second Codicil date Nov. 8, 1701. Witnesses Nathaniel bowers and Samuel Peck, page 47b. Nov. 24, 1701, letters of administration to his widow Judah Renolds, page 47.

Inventory taken by Joseph finch, Joseph Knap and Thomas Marshall, and filed Nov. 24, 1701, page 47. Nov. 24 1701, Joshua made choice of his brother John to be his guardian, and David made choice of Joseph Knap to be his guardian, page 47.

Nov. 24, 1701, account filed, and estate ordered distributed by Samuel Hait, Lieut. David Waterbury, and Elisha Holly, all of Stamford, according to his will, page 47.

RENOLDS, Jonathan, late of Greenwich, APL. 14, 1710, letters of administration on his estate granted to his widow Mercy Renolds and her brother Daniel Mead, page 171.

Inventory taken Jan. 4, 1709/10, by Thomas Marshall and Robert Lockwood, and filed Apl. 14, 1710, page 171.

RICH, Henry, late of Greenwich, Apl. 2, 1712, letters of administration on his estate granted to his son Thomas Rich, page 211a.

Inventory taken Jan. 19, 1710/11, by Joshua Knap, John Renolds, and Ebeneazer Mead, and filed May 7, 1712, page 212.

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