Welcome | New | Cemeteries | Query | Photos | Probate | Town Index | Links | Lookups | Search

The USGenWeb Project Fairfield County, Connecticut

Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L.L.B. Volume 5, 1702-1750. Page 224

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K,

TREHERN, Edward, late of Stamford, will dated May 11, 1714, probated Apl. 6, 1715, Nathaniel Wiate, son of my daughter in law (Stepdaughter) Rachael Atwood, to have all my property, but in case he should die before attaining the age of 21 yrs, then the estate to be divided between the three children of my deceased wife viz: John Webester, David Webester and Rachel Atwood. Executors sons John Webster and Henry Atwood. Witnesses Nathaniel Cross and Thomas Marshall, page 309.

Inventory taken Apl. 4, 1715, by John Holly, shipwright, and Nathaniel Pond, and filed Apl. 6, 1715, page 310.

TROWBRIDGE, Joseph, late of Stratfield, Feb. 2, 1714/5, letters of administration on his estate granted to his widow Ann Trowbridge and Samuel Sherwood, pages 314 and 371.

Inventory taken May 31, 1715, by James Bennitt and Benjamin Fairweather, and filed June 1, 1715, page 313.

June 1, 1715, account filed, and estate ordered distributed by Lieut. James Bennitt and Benjamin Fairweather to his widow and children a son and a daughter, no names, page 314. June 1, 1715, the court appointed Ann Trowbridge guardian of her children David and Ann, children of decedent, page 314.

TURNEY, Edward, late of Stamford, July 6, 1715, letters of administration on his estate granted to Thomas Turney page 370.

Inventory taken Aug. 4, 1715, by Joshua Hait and Jonathan gold, mentioned his only heir at law, his brother Thomas Turney, and filed Sept. 7, 1715, page 219.

TURNEY, Joseph, late of Stamford, will dated July 30, 1713, probated Feb. 3, 1714, mentioned his wife Mary, and son Thomas, now present here, and bound for London, given all his estate. Executor son Thomas. Overseers Captain Joseph Bishop and Daniel Smith, both of Stamford. Witnesses John Holly, Nathan Holly, and Theophyla Selleck, page 318.

The executor refused to qualify, and letters granted to his widow Mary Turney and Joseph Ferris, page 376.

Inventory taken apl. 1, 1714, debt from John Mills (continued on page 225).

Special thanks to:

Geri Ryerson K, for the untold hours and days transcribing the scanned pages in order to share with the CTGenWeb Project.

 The USGenWeb Project

If you have questions or comments or contributions regarding this volunteer collective,
please E-mail Maureen Mead - Hillsboro, OR.
© 1996 to 2003. Created Dec 6, 2003. Updated Sun, Dec 7, 2003

Welcome | New | Cemeteries | Query | Photos | Probate | Town Index | Links | Lookups | Search