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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L.L.B. Volume 10, 1748 - 1755. Page 218

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K.

HUNN, Nathaniel, Rev., late of Reading, will dated May 21, 1740, probated Nov. 28, 1749, mentioned his wife Ruth, legacies to Rev. Noah Robart, minister in Fairfield, William Wadsworth, a son of Captain William Wadsworth of Farmington, a sister Hannah wife of Robert Cooke, and Deborah Wife of John Carrington, both of Farmington. Executors his wife Ruth and Rev. Noah Robart. Witnesses Stephen Burr, Jonathan Mallery, and Ebenezer Ferry, page 85. Inventory taken by Nathan Lyon and Joshua Hall, and filed Apl. 5, 1750, page 113.

HURD, John, late of Stratford, July 2, 1754, letters of administration on his estate granted to Sarah Hurd, widow, of Stratford, page 552.

JESUP, Edward, late of Fairfield, will dated May 8, 1750, probated Oct. 2, 1750, mentioned his wife Sarah, and children Sarah wife of Stephen Wakeman, Elizabeth wife of Thomas Couch, Mary wife of John Morehouse, Abigail, Martha, a minor, Blackleach, and Ebenezer. Executors his wife Sarah and my brother Joseph Jesup. Witnesses Isabel Rumsey, Mary Guire, and Thaddeus Burr, page 135. Inventory taken Mch. 6, 1750/1, by Benjamin Rumsey, John Andrews and John Hide, and filed Mch. 16, 1750/1, page 225a.

JONES, James, of Stratford, Apl. 20, 1754, made choice of Ephraim Judson of Stratford to be his guardian, page 552.

JUDD, Reuben, late of Fairfield, Mch. 6, 1753, letters of administration on his estate granted to Martha Judd, formerly of Fairfield, now of Derby, widow, page 338. Inventory taken Mch. 9, 1753, by Isaac Tomlinson and Joseph Burand, and filed Apl. 4, 1753, page 481. Apl. 4, 1753, estate insolvent, and Theophilus Nicholls and Robert Fairchild, both of Stratford, appointed commissioners to adjust claims, page 319. Nov. 9 1753, report of commissioners filed, page 484.

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