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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L. L. B. Volume 8, 1725 - 1740. Page 121.

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K.

Joseph, late of Norwalk, will dated Oct 3, 1738, probated Apl. 3, 1739, mentioned his children Thomas, Edward, Mary, Catharine and deceased daughter Ruth. Executors his sons Thomas and Edward. Witnesses John Seaymore, John Seaymore, Jr., and William Jarvis, page 458.

GAMBEL. John late of Stratfield, will dated Oct. 3, 1727, probated Nov. 7, 1727, mentioned estate in Ireland, wife Ann, and Children William and Mary, legacies to Nathan Beardslee of Stratfield, Dr. John Wheeler of Stratfield, Timothy a minor son of Timothy Wheeler, Jr., of Stratfield, and Anne Wheeler, a minor daughter of said Timothy Wheeler and Timothy Wheeler. Witnesses Joseph Wackle, William Hodgdon, and Zachariah Tredwell, page 141.

GILBERT, Obadiah, late of Fairfield, inventory taken July 24, 1727, by Moses Dimon and Thomas Hill, Verified by Abigail Gilbert, Benjamin Gilbert, and John Gilbert, administrators, and filed Sept. 6, 1727, page 112.

GILBARTS, William, late of Stratford, inventory taken Sept. 21, 1727, by Edward Burrough and Samuel French, Verified by Frances Gilbarts, administratrix, and filed Oct 3, 1727, Page 123.

GRAY, Henry, late of Fairfield, will dated Nov. 19, 1731, probated Dec. 21, 1731, mentioned his wife Margaret, and children Samuel, Isaac, William and David, Deborah Dickason, Mary Crane, and Martha Gray; grandson Benjamin Gray and his sister Elizabeth. Executor his son Samuel. Witnesses John Copp, Solomon Nickols, and Mary Nickols. Appeal from probate taken by Isaac Gray, page 285.

Inventory taken Jan. 28, 1731/32, by Thomas Nash and Joseph Crane, and filed Mch. 7, 1731/32, page 287.
Account copied on page 329.

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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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