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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L.L.B. Volume 11, 1754 - 1757. Page 262

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K.

HUBBEL, Aaron, of Fairfield, Apl. 2, 1755, Anthony Annabil of Fairfield appointed his guardian, page 213.

HUBBEL, David, late of Fairfield, inventory taken Nov. 5, 1753, by Edward Budington and Nathan Thompson, verified by Samuel Hubbell, administrator, and filed Nov.. 6, 1753, page 123.

HULL, Eleazer, late of Stratford, Mch. 2, 1756, letters of administration on his estate granted to Samuel Hull of Fairfield, page 430. Inventory taken Apl. 15, 1756, by Samuel Hull, administrator and filed Apl. 16, 1756, page 336. Estate distributed Apl. 16, 1756, by Samuel Gold and John Morehouse, to Samuel Hull, Jr., Hannah Wife of Obediah Scovil of Waterbury, Elizabeth wife of David Patchin of Fairfield, and to the heirs of Josiah Hull, late of Stamford, deceased, and filed Apl. 19, 1756, page 337.

HULL, Ezekiah, late of Fairfield, Jan. 6, 1756, letters of administration on his estate granted to Jeremiah Sherwood of Fairfield, page 420. Inventory taken Jan. 28, 1756, by Joseph Jennings, Jr., and Nathaniel Adams, and filed Apl. 6, 1756, page 340.

HULL, Sarah, widow, late of Fairfield, will dated Jan. 16, 1743/4, probated June 25, 1753, mentioned her children George Hull, Nathaniel Hull, Cornelius Hull, Ebenezer Hull, Rebecca, Elizabeth, Martha and Ellianor, children of John Hull, a deceased son, no Names, and granddaughter Sarah Sanford. Executors my son Daniel Sherwood and Captain Moses Dimon, Jr., Witnesses John Goodsell and Mary Thorp, page 76.

HUNN, Nathaniel Rev. late of Reading, additional inventory on page 15. Ruth Hunn, executrix, requested to pay the legacy bequeath to William Wadsworth and assigned to John Currington of Farmington, and on June 3, 1751, the legacies bequested to John Currington, Robert Cook, and Hannah Cook were paid, pages 284 and 285.

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