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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L. L. B. Volume 8, 1725 - 1740. Page 116.

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K.

Samuel, late of Norwalk, will dated Aug. 20, 1730, probated Oct. 6, 1730, mentioned his wife Loes, and daughter Loes Carter, son Ebenezer, grandfather of his daughter Loes, Mark St. John, son John now in captivity in Canada. Executors his wife Loes and son Ebenezer, witnesses Ebenezer St. John, John Copp, and Isaac Brown, page 236.

COUCH, Samuel, late of Fairfield, will dated May 12, 1739, probated dec. 10, 1739, mentioned his children Samuel, Benjamin, Solomon, John, Ebenezer, Eunice, wife of Ruben Taylor, Abigail Couch, Mary Crane, Edry Frost, and Elizabeth Todd, and grandson Joseph Jackson, owned land in Fairfield and Norwalk. Executors sons Samuel, Benjamin, Ebenezer, Solomon, and John. Witnesses Mary Hill, Abigail Burr and Thaddeus Burr. page 501.

COUCH, Thomas, late of Fairfield, will dated Dec. 6, 1735, probated Apl. 20, 1736, mentioned his wife Sarah, and children Sarah, Ann, Thomas and Simon, and gave two negro boys to his daughters. Executrix his wife Sarah. Witnesses Samuel Couch, Benjamin Sturgis, and Joseph Wakeman. page 373.
Codicil dated Feb. 2, 1735/6, Witnesses John Andrew, Nathan Morehouse and Andrew Burr, page 372.
Inventory taken Apl. 28, 1736, by Andrew Burr, Gershom Bulkley and John Osburn, and field Nov. 22, 1736, page 375.

COZIER, Richard, late of Norwalk, inventory taken Sept. 21, 1724, by Samuel Raymond and William Trusdel, verified by Thomas Cozier of Norwalk, administrator, and filed Mch. 4, 1728/29, page 213.

CRANE, Elijah, late of Fairfield, inventory taken Feb. 20, 1726, 7, by Samuel Odell and Jonathan Morehouse, verified by Daniel Adams of Fairfield, administrator, and field Feb. 23, 1726/ 7, page 54.

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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!

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