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The USGenWeb Project Fairfield County, Connecticut

Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

Volume 6, 1717 - 1735. Page 241

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K

BENNIT, Ebeneazer, formerly of Fairfield, inventory taken in Stamford, Oct. 4, 1733, by David Waterbury and Nathaniel West, and filed Feb. 5, 1733/4, by Steven Bennit, administrator, page 240.

BENNET, Isaac, late of Stratford, will dated Jan. 11, 1714/5, probated July 1, 1720, mentioned his wife Elizabeth, and children, Nathan, Sarah Wheeler, Mercy Davis, Elizabeth Price, Mary and Hannah. Executor son Nathan. Witnesses Jacob Walker and Margery Gilbert, page 89. Inventory taken Sept. 20, 1720, by Jonathan Stiles and Jonas Wooster, and filed Oct. 11, 1720, page 101.

BETTS, Samuel, late of Norwalk, will dated Feb. 6, 1729/30, probated Nov. 12, 1734, mentioned his wife Judith, and children Samuel, Stephen, Nathan, Mary wife of Richard Olmsted of Ridgefield, Hepsibah, and Judith. Executors his wife Judith and son Samuel. Witnesses Mathew Gregory, Samuel Grummon and Joseph St. John, page 283. Codicill dated Mch. 5, 1730/1, page 285.

BETTS, Thomas, Sr., late of Norwalk, will dated Sept. 5, 1717, probated Jan. 9, 1717/18, mentioned his wife Sarah, and children Sarah Keeler, Mary Betts, Elizabeth Betts, Thomas, John, Mathew, and an apprentice Daniel Holmes. Executors his wife Sarah and sons Thomas and John. Witnesses Matthew Seamer and John Marven, and filed Jan. 9, 1717/18, page 22.

BISHOP, Benjamin, late of Stamford, inventory taken Nov. 7, 1733, by Samuel Weed and Samuel Scofield, and filed Aug. 6, 1733, by Benjamin Bishop, administrator, page 227.

BISHOP, Stephen, late of Stamford, died Dec. 3, 1723, inventory taken July 23, by John Bell and Jonas Weed, and filed Aug. 14, 1723, by his son John Bishop, administrator, page 154. Aug. 14, 1723, account filed, and estate ordered distributed to his widow ___< and children John, Stephen, Isaac, Rebecca wife of Elisha Holly, and Abigail wife of John Sealy, page 154.(continued on page 242).

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