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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L. L. B. Vol. 8, 1725 -1749.
Page 143.

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K.

RUSCO, Thomas, late of Norwalk, will dated June 1, 1739, probated Nov. 6, 1739, mentions his wife Abigail, and children Thomas, Theophilus, James, Josiah, Samuel, Mary Rusco, Abigail Wendall, and Rebeckah Smith, Executors his wife Abigail, and sons Thomas and Josiah. Witnesses William Jarvis, William Truesdall, and James Pickitt, page 479.
Inventory taken July 26, 1739, by Daniel Hayt, Joshua Raymond, and William Jarvis, and filed Nov. 6, 1739, page 482.

Richard, Rev., late of Greenwich, Inventory taken Aug. 15, 1729, by Timothy Knap, Gershom Lockwood, and Thomas Marshall, Library appraised by Daniel Chapman and Stephen Munson, verified by Elizabeth Sacket, administratrix, and filed Jan. 21, 1729/30, page 210.

ST. JOHN, Joseph, late of Norwalk, will dated Sept. 24, 1731, probated Jan. 12, 1731/32, mentioned his wife Sarah, and son Joseph, daughters Mary Everly and Elizabeth St. John. Executors his wife Sarah, son Joseph, and John Everly. Witnesses Richard Osburn, James Brown and Isaac Brown, page 313.

SANFORD, Ezekiel, late of Fairfield, will dated Jan. 29, 1728/9. probated Mch. 25, 1729, mentioned his wife Rebecca, and children Rebecca, Abigail, Joseph, Samuel, Zachariah, Lemuel, Ezekiel, and Ephraim, a minor. Executors his sons Zachariah, and Ezekiel. Witnesses John Down, David Down and Samuel Cooke, page 187.
Inventory taken Mch. 27, 1729, by Richard Hubbell, Daniel Hubbell, and Andrew Burr, and filed Apl. 1, 1729, page 196.

SANFORD, Samuel, late of Newtown, will dated Feb. 17, 1728/9, probated Aug. 5, 1729, mentioned his wife Esther, and children Nathaniel, Esther, Samuel, Ebenezer, John, Rachael, a minor, Daniel, Hannah, a minor, Job, and Moses. Executrix his wife Esther. Witnesses Job Sherman, Elizabeth Heard and Robert Sealy. page 201.
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