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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L.L.B. Volume 5, 1702-1750. Page 226

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K,

WAKEMAN, Martha, widow of Captain John Wakeman, late of Fairfield, will dated Mch. 23, 1709/10, probated Sept. 6, 1710, mentioned her children Samuel, Hellena, Elizabeth, Ann, Martha, Steven and John. Executor brother Richard Hubbell. witnesses Peter Burr and Abigail French, pages 194 and 389.

Inventory taken June 9, 1710, by Joseph Wakeman and Samuel Hubbell, and filed Sept. 6, 1710, page 194.

WAKLEY (OR WAKLIN), Deliverance, late of Stratford, will dated Oct 15, 1707, probated Dec. 2, 1707, devised to his mother Sarah Wakley land beyond the Paquaneck River, near Zachariah Pharris (Ferris), legacy to Mary Summers, who lives with me, daughters Sarah and Mary; Executors Ambros Tomson, Sr., and brother in law timothy Waklin, and Jacob walker, page 106.

Inventory taken Nov. 27, 1707, by James Waklin and Abell Birdsey, and filed Dec. 2, 1707, page 106.

Ward, Andrew, late of Fairfield, son of Sergeant Samuel Ward deceased, Nov. 20, 1706, letters of administration on his estate granted to Sergeant Moses Dimon, pages 140 and 396.

Inventory taken by John Sturgis and Jonathan Sturgis, Sr., had land near Wolf Swamp, and on Mill Hill property in hands of John Osburn and Moses Dimon, and filed Feb. 29, 1706/7, page 140. Feb. 20, 1706/7, account filed, and estate ordered distributed by Jonathan Sturgis, Sr., to his surviving brothers, viz; Edmund Ward, Samuel Ward, William Ward and John ward, and Moses Ward, page 140.

WATERBURY, David, Sr. Lieut, late of Stamford, will dated Mch. 24, 1703/4, probated Jan. 28, 1706/7, mentioned his wife Sarah and children John, David, Ebeneazer, Elizabeth, has had her portion, Sarah has had her portion and Ruth. executrix his wife. witnesses

Joseph Turney, Joseph Knapp, and Abraham Weed, page 99.

Nov. 20, 1706, codicil dated, Mercy, who was born since date of the will, given land bought of Susannah Bell, page 99.

Inventory taken Dec. 1706, by Samuel Hait, Daniel Scofield, and Steven Bishop, mentioned his daughters Elizabeth How and Sarah Weed, and filed Jan. 28, 1706/7, page 99.

Feb. 7, 1711/2, Isaac How acknowledged the receipt (continued on page 227).

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