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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L.L.B. Volume 10, 1748 - 1755. Page 200

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K.

BULKLY, Joseph (continued from page 199), Dec. 11, 1750, account filed, and estate ordered distributed according to law, and estate distributed Dec. 18, 1750, by Lothrop Lewis, David Rowland, and Nathaniel Burr, Jr., all of Fairfield, to his widow Ruth Bulkly, and children, John, Nathan, Samuel, Ebenezer, Ester wife of John Hill and Sarah wife of Ebenezer Middlebrook, page 196.

BULKLY, Martha, widow, of Fairfield, Nov. 5, 1751, appointed guardian of Josiah, Joseph, Martha and Hester Bulkly of Fairfield, page 335.

BULKLY, Peter, late of Fairfield, Dec. 9, 1752, letters of administration on his estate granted to Hannah Bulkly and James Bulkly, both of Fairfield, page 337. Inventory taken Dec. 25, 1752, by Nathan Bulkly and James Beers, and filed Mch. 6, 1753, page 496.

BULKLY, Seth, of Fairfield, Dec. 3, 1751, made choice of ye widow Ruth Bulkly of Fairfield to be his guardian and said Martha Hath filed a bond, page 266.

BURLIS, Abiah, of Norwalk, June 30, 1752, made choice of Samuel Ketchum of Norwalk to be her guardian, page 337.

BURR, Abigail, of Fairfield, Oct. 8, 1753, made choice of her brother John burr to be her guardian, page 501.

BURR, Daniel, ye 1st, late of Fairfield, Dec. 2, 1751, distribution of ye right in the common and other property, by Samuel Sturgis, Lothrop Lewis and James Smedly, to the heirs and legal representatives of Daniel Burr, deceased, to Samuel Burr, to the heirs of Ellen, deceased, to the heirs of Deborah, deceased and to Abigail, page 446.

BURR, Elizabeth, late of Fairfield, will dated June 28, 1753, probated Aug. 27, 1763, mentioned her sons Joseph, Jabez, and Stephen Wakeman, and daughter Catherine burr, Seth, Samuel, Daniel, Ebenezer, Zachariah, Charles, Ellen, and Elizabeth Burr, (continued on page 201).

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