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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L. L. B. Vol. 8, 1725 -1749.
Page 148.

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K.

STURGIS, Joseph, Jr., late of Fairfield, inventory taken June 9, 1727, by Joseph Gorham and Thaddeus Burr, verified by Joseph Sturgis and David Sturgis, administrators, and filed June 9, 1727, page 90.

SUMMERS, Samuel, Sergeant, late of Stratfield, will dated May 3, 1728, probated June 4, 1728, mentioned his wife Abigail, and children Samuel, David, Nathan, Daniel, Jabez, Abigail, Deborah, Sarah, Hannah, and Ruth. Executors his wife and son David. Witnesses John Wheeler, Joseph Booth, and Samuel Cooke, page 179.
Inventory taken June 6, 1728, by Joseph Booth, Gideon Hawley, and Henry Summers, and filed Dec. 3, 1728, page 180.

TAYLOR, Timothy, late of Danbury, will dated Sept. 22, 1735, probated Nov. 23, 1735, mentioned his wife Mary, and children Jabez, Oliver, Abigail, Eunice, Elizabeth, Rebeckah, and Thankful. Executors his wife Mary and brother in law Jabez Davis. Witnesses Nathan Taylor, Robert Andrus, and John Curtiss, page 335.
Inventory taken, and filed Nov. 23, 1735, page 336.

THOMPSON, David, late of Fairfield, inventory taken Aug. 10, 1736, by Gideon Allen and Moses Ward, verified by Abigail Thompson, administratrix, and filed Oct 20, 1736, page 386.

THOMPSON, John, Sr., late of Fairfield, will dated May 8, 1723, probated Mch. 23, 1736, mentioned his wife Sarah, and children John, David and Jerusha Sturgis, Executors his wife Sarah and son John. Witnesses Nathan Gold, Jonathan Sellick, and John gold, page 513.

TITHARTON, Timothy, late of Stratford, will dated May 20, 1735, probated Sept. 2, 1740, mentioned his wife Patience, and children Jane wife of Samuel Brown of Stratford, Sarah wife of Ebeneazer Hubbell of Stratfield, Mary wife of David Peet of Stratfield, Hannah Titharton, Susanna Stoddard, widow and Timothy. Executor his son Timothy. Witnesses Ebenezer Curtiss, Edward Booth, and Martha Thompson, page 537.
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