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The USGenWeb Project Fairfield County, Connecticut

Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

Volume 6, 1717 - 1735. Page 266

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K

KNAP, Benjamin, (continued from page 265), Dec. 28, 1719, Benjamin and Joshua, children of decedent, made choice of their uncle Captain Caleb Knap to be their guardian, who was also appointed guardian of David and Daniel; Nathan Adams of Fairfield was appointed guardian of Joseph, James and Elizabeth, all children of decedent, page 74.

KNAP, James, late of Danbury, inventory taken May 9, 1735, by Aaron Knap and Ebeneazer Knap, administrators, page 311.

KNAP, Joseph, late of Greenwich, will dated Mch. 16, 1715/6, probated Dec. 12, 1723, mentioned his brothers Caleb, Joshua, timothy, children of brothers Timothy and Benjamin, sisters Hannah Smith and Ruth Renalds; Elizabeth, a daughter of his brother Joshua, and Martha, a daughter of his brother Benjamin. Executors his brothers Joshua and Caleb. Witnesses Robert Lockwood and Jonathan Jessup, page 149. Inventory taken Dec. 4, 1723, by Joseph Renolds and David Renolds, and filed Jan. 28, 1724, page 149.

KNAP, Nathaniel, late of Stratfield, inventory of his estate at Norwalk taken May 1, 1713, by John Belden and Alexander Russaque; of estate at Stratfield taken by Daniel Adams and Joseph Bennet, and filed Mch. 26, 1717, by Benjamin Fairweather, administrator, page 62. Mch. 3, 1713, account filed, as for Mary Knap's estate of which decedent was administrator, I find all the legacies have been paid, except what is due to Samuel Hendrick's son to be delivered when he comes of age, but the legacies mentioned in her will were transferred to Bedford, and that Samuel be secured out of the above estate in the hands of said Knap, as administrator, page 62. Mch. 26, 1717, account filed by Charles Lane, Jr., who was appointed administrator to finish the administration of the estate of said Nathaniel Knap, deceased, page 62.

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