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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L. L. B. Volume 8, 1725 - 1740. Page 120.

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K.

James, Sr., late of Greenwich, will dated June 6, 1725, died Nov. 6, 1726, probated Feb. 7, 1726/7, mentioned his wife Mary, and children Mary, Hannah, James, Nathaniel, and Samuel, and cousin John Ferris. Executors his wife Mary and son James. Witnesses Ebenezer Renals, Thomas Marshall, and Nathan Reynolds, page 55.

Codicil date Oct. 24, 1726, eldest daughter Mary married, Page 55.

Inventory taken Feb. 15, 1726/7, by Thomas Marshall and Joseph Ferris, verified by his widow, now Mary Reynolds, and filed Apl. 4, 1727, page 57.

FERRIS, James Jr., late of Greenwich, inventory taken July 1727, by Ebenezer Mead, Jr., and John Hobby, verified by Josiah Mead, one of the administrators, and filed Aug. 1, 1727. Page 106.

FINCH, Joseph, late of Greenwich, inventory taken Aug. 15, 1727, by Jonathan finch, Ebeneazer Mead, Jr., and Joseph Knapp, verified by Nathaniel Fince, administrator, and filed Sept. 5, 1727. page 105.

FINCH, Samuel, Lieut., late of Greenwich, inventory taken May 30, 1728, by Joseph Ferris and David Renals, verified by his widow Mary Finch, administratrix, and filed June 3, 1728, page 167.

FINCH, Thomas, late of Norwalk, will dated Apl. 29, 1731, probated May 5, 1731, mentioned his wife Rachel, and children Samuel, Thomas, James and Elizabeth Raymond. Executors his sons Samuel, Thomas and James. Witnesses Isaac Brown, Nehemiah Mead and Joseph Sturdevant, page 260.

FREEMAN, Isaac, late of Fairfield, inventory taken by Samuel burr and Thaddeus Burr, verified by Bethiah Freeman, administratrix, and filed Sept. 5, 1732, page 303.

FROST, Daniel, late of Fairfield, inventory taken Oct 23, 1725, by John Andrews, and Thomas Nash, verified by his widow Sarah Frost, administratrix, and filed Dec. 8, 1725, page 19.

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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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