GILBERT, Obediah, late of Fairfield, July 10, 1727, letters of administration on his estate granted to Abigail, Benjamin and John Gilbert, page 32.
Sept. 5, 1727, his widow Abigail Gilbert, appointed guardian of her daughter Sarah Gilbert; and her daughter Margaret Gilbert, made choice of her mother to be her guardian. page 20.
Nov. 6, 1727, estate distributed by Moses Dimom and Thomas Hill to his widow Abigail Gilbert, and children, Benjamin, John, Elizabeth Gilbert, Mary Gilbert, Sarah Gilbert, and Margaret Gilbert, page 26.
Sept. 5, 1727, Captain Moses Dimon and Captain Thomas Hill appointed to distribute said estate. page 98.
Dec. 4, 1728, his widow, Abigail Gilbert, guardian of his children, Sarah Gilbert and Margaret Gilbert, acknowledged the receipt of their share in said estate from Benjamin Gilbert and John Gilbert, administrators; also his children Elizabeth Gilbert and Marah Gilbert acknowledged the receipt of their share of said estate. Witnesses John Goodsell and Hannah Gregory. page 71.
GILBERT, Sarah, and Catherine Gilbert, Jan. 4, 1725/6, acknowledged the receipt from their father in law, Moses Dimon, their full share. page 70.
GILBERT, William, late of Stratford, Sept. 5, 1727, letters of administration on his estate granted to his widow Frances Gilbert of Stratford, page 31.
GORHAN, Benjamin, of Stratford, Jan. 26, 1749/50. made choice of Abraham Curtiss of Stratford to be his guardian, page 397.
GORHAN, Jabez, late of Fairfield, Oct. 15, 1740, letters of administration on his estate grantedte Samuel Osburn, Jr., of Fairfield, page 217.
Mch. 5, 1739/40, David a son of decedent, made choice of Joseph Goreman of Fairfield to be his guardian, page 218.
GOARHAM, James, late of Fairfield, Oct 31, 1748, letters of administration on his estate granted to Miriam Goraham and Jabez Hull, page 349.
Special thanks to:
Barbara Kaye, CTGenWeb Stamford Town Coordinator, for compiling these abstracts from Stamford.
Geri Ryerson K, for the untold hours and days transcribing the scanned pages in order to share with the CTGenWeb Project. Thank you both!