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The USGenWeb Project Fairfield County, Connecticut

Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

Volume 6, 1717 - 1735. Page 249

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K

COLEY, Peter, (continued from page 248), Andrew, Ebeneazer, David, and Jonathan. Executors his wife Hannah and son Peter. witnesses Peter Burr, Abigail Burr, and Abigail Sturgis, page 133. Inventory taken Feb. 19, 1721/2, by Gideon Allen, Nathan Adams, and Thomas Hill, and filed Apl. 19, 1722, page 133.

COMMELL, John, late of Stratford, Dec. 23, 1718, Elizabeth a daughter of decedent, made choice of her uncle Samuel Peet, to be her guardian, page 79.

CONEY, Benjamin, late of Stratford, will dated Dec. 25, 1716, probated Apl. 11, 1721, mentioned his wife Mehetabel, and brothers, John Coney, and Nathaniel Coney, and sister Elizabeth Booth. Executrix his wife Mehetabel. Witnesses John Porter, Joseph Goram and Nathaniel Curtiss, page 105d. Inventory taken Apl. 12, 1721, by Josiah Curtiss and John Beardsley, and filed June 13, 1721, page 105e.

COSIER, Thomas, of Norwalk, Jan. 23, 1719/20, made choice of his uncle John Read of Norwalk, to be his guardian, page 79.

COUCH, Simon, late of Fairfield, Mch. 1, 1716/7, account filed by his widow Abigail Couch, executrix, and estate ordered distributed by Major Peter Burr and Lieut. Jonathan Sturgis according to his will page 11. Feb. 20, 1719/20, estate ordered distributed to his widow Abigail Couch and children Thomas, Simon, Abigail Edwards, Hannah Couch, Sarah Couch, Isabell Couch, and Deborah Couch, page 64.

CRAMPTON, Joseph, late of Norwalk, Dec. 13, 1720, letters of administration on his estate granted to his widow Patience Crampton, page 94. Inventory taken, Sept. 8, 1720, by Daniel Hait and Samuel Keeler, and filed Dec. 13, 1720, page 94. Mch. 17, 1720/1, account filed by his widow Patience Wood, now wife of Isaac Wood, administratrix, and estate ordered distributed to his widow Patience Wood, and children, Abigail, Mary and Sarah, page 104. May 17, 1720/1, the court appointed Issac wood of (continued on page 250)

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