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The USGenWeb Project Fairfield County, Connecticut

Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

Volume 6, 1717 - 1735. Page 264

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K

JUDSON, Jeremiah, Captain, (continued from page 263), Nathan Curtiss, and grandson Jeremiah Judson Curtiss. Witnesses Ephraim Buviat, John Curtiss, and John Mealane, page 244. Inventory taken Apl. 2, 1734, by John Wells and Daniel Hawley, and foiled Apl. 10 1734, page 245.

KEELER, Benjamin, late of Norwalk, Apl. 17, 1718, letters of administration on his estate granted to his widow Hannah Keeler, page 42. Inventory taken Feb. 5, 1718/9, by John Raymond, John Stueart, and Samuel Keeler, and filed Feb. 6, 1718/19, page 33. Feb. 6, 1718/19, account filed and estate ordered distributed by Captain John Raymond and John Stewart, to his widow Hannah Keeler, and children Benjamin, ae. 5 yrs on Aug. 21 next, and Hannah, ae. 3 yrs on Mch. 17 next ( names and ages of children in inventory), page 34. Feb. 6, 1718/19, Hannah Keeler appointed guardian of her children page 34.

KEELER, Ebeneazer, late of Norwalk, will dated Mch. 29, 1735, probated June 20, 1735, mentioned his wife Hannah, and children Ebeneazer, Ralph, Nathan, Jonathan, Rebeckah and Abigail. Executors his wife Hannah, and son in law Benjamin Keeler. Witnesses Isaac Brown, Jonathan Abbot, Jr., and John Darling, page 310.

KEELER, John, Sr., late of Norwalk, will dated Feb. 27, 1717/9, probated Dec. 14, 1720, mentioned his wife Mahitabell, and children John, David, Daniel, Elizabeth Hait, Mehitabell Hait, Hannah Gregory, Sarah Hait, Jemina and Ruth Keeler. Executrix his wife Mahitabell. Witnesses Richard Bouton and Joseph Platt, page 97. Inventory taken Dec. 13, 1720, by John Keeler and David Keeler, and filed Dec. 14, 1720, page 98.

KEELER, Ralph Sr., late of Norwalk, will dated Mch. 23, 1716/17, probated June 30, 1721, mentioned his wife Grace, and children Ralph, Ebeneazer, and Rebeckah Hitchcock, and grandson Nathan Olmsted. Executrix his wife Grace. Witnesses James Olmsted, Samuel Smith and John Copp, page 113. (continued on page 265).

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