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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L.L.B. Volume 5, 1702-1750. Page 233

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K,

WHITNEY, John, Jr., late of Norwalk, Mch. 4, 1712/3, letters of administration on his estate granted to his widow Elizabeth Whitnee, page 381.

Inventory taken Mch. 12, 1712/13, by John Betts, Jr., Joseph Whitne, and John Copp, mentioned 1/2 of the home lot that was his father's and filed May 6, 1713. page 255. July 9, 1719, account filed, and estate ordered distributed to his widow, and only son John, page 288.

WILCOCKSON, Johannah, late of Stratford, widow of Timothy Wilcockson, will dated Aug. 24, 1713, probated Oct. 7, 1713, mentioned her granddaughter Phebe Fairchild, daughter of my son in law Joseph Fairfield, late of Stratford, deceased, granddaughter Sarah Fairfield, Legacies to the children of Joseph Fairfield and Johannah, his wife, both now deceased. Executor Ager Tomblinson. Witnesses Benjamin Coney, Ephraim Booth, and John Booth, page 282.

Inventory taken Nov. 26, 1713, by Samuel Beers and Benjamin Coney, and filed Apl. 7, 1714, page 282a.

WILCOCKSON, Timothy, late of Stratford, Feb. 8, 1710/11, letters of administration on his estate granted to Robert Makune and Robert Walker, both of Stratford, and Joseph Hawley of Farmington, page 390.

Inventory taken Feb. 9, 1710/11, by John Beach and Abell Berdsey, and filed Oct. 3, 1711, page 192.Sept. 20, 1711, at the request of the widow, Johannah Wilcockson, the aforesaid administrators were discharged and she was appointed in their place, pages 192 and 388.

Oct. 7, 1713, his widow Johannah Wilcockson, now deceased, and Robert Walker and Joseph Hawley appointed administrators in her place, page 378.

WILDMAN, Thomas, late of Bedford, Inventory taken Sept. 1689, by Daniel Simkins and John Holms, mentioned his widow Sarah, now wife of Thomas Seamer of Norwalk, and filed Nov. 1, 1697, page 58.

Agreement dated Nov. 1, 1697, between his widow and Children, viz: four sons and two daughters, among them Abraham, the eldest, who is to have the house at Bedford, and Martha Ambler of Stamford. The children under age, no names, made choice of Abraham Ambler to be their guardian, page 58.

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