FAIRWEATHER, Joseph, late of Fairfield, Jan. 20, 1747/8, Hannah Fairweather, a daughter of decedent made choice of William Oadle of Stratfield to be her guardian, page 324.
FANTON, Gershom, late of Fairfield, June 15, 1749, made choice of his mother, the widow Sarah Fenton, of Fairfield, to be his guardian. page 386.
FANTON, Jonathan, late of Fairfield, Dec. 6, 1738, letter's of administration on his estate granted to John Hide, Jr., and Sarah Fanton, both of Fairfield, page 236.
FANTON, Jonathan, late of Fairfield, Sept, 23, 1749, account filed showing real estate sold to pay debts, and remaining estate ordered distributed, his eldest son now deceased without issue and under age, to his widow, and children, three sons and four daughters, no names, and Samuel Sherwood, David Banks, and David Downs appointed to distribute said estate, page 388.
FAKE, John, late of Oyster Bay on the Island of Nassau, N. Y., Apl. 12, 1726, letters of administration oh is estate granted to James Brown of Norwalk, page 4.
FERRIS, James, late of Greenwich, June 6, 1727, letters of administration on his estate granted to John Mead and Rachel Ferris, page 33.
FERRIS, James, late of Greenwich, Feb. 7, 1786/7, Hannah a daughter of decedent, made choice of James Ferris to be her guardian. page 6.
FERRIS, Ebenezer, late of Fairfield, Apl. 9, 1744, Joseph Ferry of Danbury appointed guardian of Sarah and John, children of decedent; Lemuel Sanford of Reading appointed guardian of Charles, another son of decedent, page 274.
Apl. 17, 1744, Ephraim Sanford of Reading appointed guardian of Rachel Ferry and Ebenezer Ferry, other children of decedent.
FERRY, Ebenezer, late of Reading, June 25, 1744, Joseph Ferry of Danbury guardian of Sarah Ferry, a daughter of decedent, discharged and Elenor Ferry of Reading, (continued page 39)
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