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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L.L.B. Volume 5, 1702-1750. Page 232

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K,

WHEELER, Samuel, Sergeant, continued page 231: ae. 5 yrs, and filed Mch. 11, 1707/8, page 142. June 5, 1712, the court appointed as guardian of Samuel, a son of decedent, his father in law Doctor John Wheeler, pate 384.

WHEELER, Thomas, son of Sergeant John Wheeler, Mch. 12, 1704/5, letters of administration on his estate granted to his brother John Wheeler, page 67

A letter to his brother John, written from the Barbados, July 19, 1696, was admitted as his will, in which he stated he was aboard a Man-of-War, called the "Play," bound for London, and that he had spend some three barrels of rum, etc., on the "Nicholas Inglaboe," and three months pay on the sloop, "Dimon," belonging to Rhode Island and bound for London, <handwritten "x" and "New"> page 67.

Inventory taken Mch. 10, 1704/5, by Philip Lewis and Samuel Squire, and filed Mch. 17, 1704/5, page 67. Mch. 22, 1704/5, account filed, and estate ordered distributed by Lieut. Joseph Wakeman and Ensign Samuel Squire to his brothers and sisters, page 67. Feb. 16, 1706/7, estate distributed to John, Joseph, Jonathan, and David, page 158.

WHELPLEY, Jonathan, late of Greenwich, will dated Jan. 21, 1712/3, probated Mch. 6, 1712/3, mentioned his wife Sarah, and children Sarah, Hannah, Mary, and Jonathan. Executors his wife and Thomas Marshall. Witnesses, David Clasen, Moses Ferris, and Peter June, page 308.

Inventory taken June 18, 1713, by Samuel Webb and Timothy Knapp, and filed Apl. 6, 1715, page 309.

WHELPLEY, Joseph, late of Fairfield, Mch. 3, 1707/8, letters of administration on his estate granted to his widow Deborah Whelpley and John Andrus, pages 121 and 394. Inventory taken Mch. 5, 1707.8, by Peter Bur and John Barlow and filed Apl. 7, 1708, page 181.

WHITLOCK, John, late of Fairfield, distribution agreement dated May 6, 1715, between his sons John and Thomas, page 222.

WHITNEY, Henry, of Norwalk, Aug. 1, 1750, made choice of Phineas Hanford of Norwalk to be his guardian, page 358.

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