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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L. L. B. Volume 8, 1725 - 1740. Page 119.

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K.

Phebe, late of Stratford, will dated Oct 7, 1728, probated Nov. 20, 1728, mentioned cousins Daniel Fairchild and Sarah Fairchild, grandmother Wilcockson, Cousin Johanna Fairchild, sister Sarah Peat, sisters Johanna and Katherine, brothers not mentioned. Executor brother William Peat. Witnesses Joseph Curtiss and Ephraim Booth, page 186.

Inventory taken Mch. 10, 1728/9, by Joseph Nickols and Benjamin Beach, and filed Mch. 13, 1729/30. page 216.

FAIRCHILD, Timothy, late of Stratford, will dated Nov. 19, 1726, probated Feb. 23, 1726/27, mentioned his wife Sarah, and children Daniel and Sarah Fairchild, both minors. Executors his wife Sarah and brother Joseph Fairchild. Witnesses Joseph Curtiss, Thomas Lake, and William Peet, page 45.

Inventory taken Feb. 22, 1726/7, by Joseph Nichkols and Benjamin Beach, and filed Feb. 23, 1726/7, page 46.

FANTON, Jonathan, late of Fairfield, inventory taken Dec. 1728, by Joseph Wakeman and Samuel Sherwood. Verified by John Hide, Jr., administrator, and filed Apl. 23, 1739. page 476.

FAYERWEATHER, Benjamin, late of Stratfield, will dated Aug. 20, 1725, probated Nov. 2, 1725, mentioned his wife Sarah, and Children John, Penelope, Sarah, Mary, Joseph, Thomas and Benjamin. Executrix his wife Sarah. Witnesses John wheeler, Lemuel Sherwood, and Samuel Cook. Page 1.

Inventory taken Feb. 26, 1725/6 by Richard Hubbell and John wheeler, and filed Mch. 22, 1725/6, page 2.

FAYERWEATHER, Joseph, late of Stratfield, will dated Aug. 23, 1732, probated Dec. 5, 1732, mentioned his uncle Captain John Fayerweather of Boston, wife Abigail, and only child Hannah Fayerweather. Executrix his wife Abigail. Witnesses Burgie Hall, John Fayerweather Jr., Ezekiel Sanford and Joseph Marion, page 323.

Inventory taken by I. Chauncey and Ephraim Hubbel, and filed Apl. 4, 1733, page 330.

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!

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