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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L. L. B. Volume 8, 1725 - 1740 Page 129.

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K.

Nathaniel, Captain, late of Wilton in Norwalk, will dated Sept. 9, 1736, probated Jan. 3, 1738/9, mentioned his wife Sarah, and children Hannah, Sarah, both minors, Nathaniel, Elihu, Ephraim, Ebenezer, Joseph, and Nathan, two youngest sons. Executors his wife Sarah, and brother in law Samuel Cluxstone. Witnesses John Copp, Jachin Gregory, and David Keeler. page 436.

Inventory taken Dec. 26, 1738, by John St. John and David Keeler, and filed Jan. 3, 1738/9, page 438.

Abraham, late of Newtown, inventory taken Oct. 9, 1727, by Job Sherman and John Leavensworth, Verified by his son Abraham Kimberly, a administrator, and filed Nov. 7, 1727, page 131.

KING, Richard, late of Fairfield, inventory taken Jan. 17, 1727/8, by Benjamin Rumsey and Thomas Nash, verified by Jemia King, administratrix, and filed Feb. 6, 1727/8, page 152.

KNAP, Samuel, Lieut, late of Danbury, inventory taken by Thomas Benedict, Nathaniel Stevens and Matthew Bouton, verified by John Knap, administrator, and filed Apl. 4, 1740, page 541.

KNAP, Samuel, Jr., late of Danbury, will dated Jan. 8, 1739/40, probated Feb. 25, 1739/40, mentioned his wife Sarah and children Samuel, James, Elnathan, David, and provided for unborn child. Executors brothers John Knap and Francis Knap, both of Danbury. Witnesses Ebenezer Knap, Stephen Curtiss, and David Hoyt, page 531.

Inventory taken by Thomas Benedict, Nathaniel Stevens and Matthew Bouton, and filed Apl. 4, 1740, page 532.

LABORIE, James, Phisition, late of Fairfield, will dated Mch. 1730/31, probated May 4, 1731, mentioned his wife Mary, and children James, John, Ann, Jeanne, and Mary, and grandson John Laborie. Executrix his wife Mary. Witnesses Henry Caner, Jr., Nathaniel Burr, and John Dunkin, page 284.

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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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