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The USGenWeb Project Fairfield County, Connecticut

Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

Volume 6, 1717 - 1735. Page 252

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K. (deceased).

DEMILL, Peter, Captain, continued: 251
His estate granted to his son, Peter Demill, and his widow, Mary Demill, page 163

DIBBLE, Wakefield, late of Danbury, will dated Jan. 31, 1733/4, probated may 2, 1734, mentioned his wife Jane, and children Ebenezer, Elizabeth Star, Sarah Hurd, Abigail Star, Experience Dibble, Ezra, Nehemiah, John and Mary Hiccock, a deceased daughter. Executors his sons Ezra, John, and Nehemiah. Witnesses David Sherman, Jr., Samuel Cooke, and Abigail Cooke, page 267.

DUNNING, John, late of Wilton in Norwalk, will dated Dec. 22, 1733, probated Mch. 6, 1733/4, mentioned his wife, Sarah, and children John, Richard, Samuel, Matthew, David, Michael, Sarah, Hannah, and Mary. Executor his brother Benjamin Dunning of Newtown. Witnesses David Lambert, Uriah Rogers and William Gaylord, page 262.

Inventory taken Apl. 8, 1734, by Eliphalet Lockwood, Joseph Lockwood and Jonathan Fairchile, and filed July 28, 1735, by his widow Sarah Dunning, page 316.

ENGLISH, Tobiah, late of Stratford, jan. 11, 1720/1, letters of administration on his estate granted to Sergeant Nathan Wheeler of Stratford, page 101.

Died Dec. 24, 1720, and inventory taken Dec. 28, 1720, by Jonathan Stiles and Joseph Blacklatch, and filed Apl. 27, 1721, by Nathaniel Wheeler, administrator, page 116.

FILLO, John, late of Norwalk, inventory filed Jan. 1, 1733/4, by John Fillo, administrator, page 228 [223?]

FINCH, Nathaniel, late of Norwalk, Jan. 27, 1720/1, letters of administration on his estate granted to his son, Samuel Finch, page 103.

Mch. 10, 1720/1, account filed and estate ordered distributed to his widow _______, and children Samuel, Nathaniel, and Lidiah Finch, his son John now deceased, and his share to surviving brothers and sisters, page 104.

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