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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L. L. B. Vol. 8, 1725 -1749.
Page 140.

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K.

PRINDLE, Ebenezer, late of Newtown, will dated June 26, 1740, probated Aug. 19, 1740, mentioned his children Joseph, Jehoshaphat, Jonathan, Nathan, Ephraim, and the children of testator's son Benjamin, deceased, no names. Executors his sons Joseph and Jehoshaphat. Witnesses Sarah Sherman, Phebe Booth, and John Beach, page 534.
Inventory taken Aug. 16, 1740 by Samuel Ferris and John Northrop, and filed Aug. 19, 1740, page 535.

PRINGLE, Enos, late of Greenwich, inventory taken Dec. 18, 1724, by Ebeneazer Renalds and Joseph Ferris, verified by Benjamin Pringle, administrator, page 34. Account filed Apl. 10, 1726, page 34.

RAYMOND, Benjamin, late of Norwalk, inventory taken Jan. 30, 1737/8, by James Lockwood and John Bartlet, verified by Rebeckah Raymond and Abraham Raymond, administrators, and filed May 8, 1738, page 469.

RAYMOND, Daniel, late of Norwalk, will dated Jan. 20, 1738/9, probated Feb. 15, 1738/9, mentioned his wife Rachel, and children, Daniel, Joseph, Deborah, Deolph, Judith Kelog, Hannah Raymond, Abigail Raymond, and my deceased daughter Rachael's son James Abbot. Executors his wife Rachel, brother Thomas Raymond, and Deacon Daniel Hayt. Witnesses John Raymond, Joshua Raymond, Uriah Rogers, and John smith, page 455.
Inventory taken in Feb. 1738/9, by Edmund Waring, John Raymond, and Joshua Raymond, and filed Apl. 3, 1739, page 456.

RAYMOND, John, late of Norwalk, will dated Apl. 7, 1737, probated May 4, 1737, mentioned his children John, Lemuel, Jabez, Asahel, Elijah, Zuriel, Mary, Elizabeth, Hannah, and Sarah, Executors his sons John and Jabez and son in law Nathaniel Street. Witnesses Samuel Hanford, Samuel Cluckstone, and Uriah Rogers. page 411.
Inventory taken May 13, 1737, by Lieut. James Lockwood, Nathan Smith, and William Jarvis, and Filed June___, 1737, page 412.

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