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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L. L. B. Vol. 9, 1741-1748. Page 159

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K.

John, late of Norwalk, will dated Nov. 7, 1744, probated Aug. 12, 1745, mentioned his wife Hannah, and children Silas, Gideon, Sarah Betts, Hannah wife of Elijah Hawley of Ridgefield, John, Burwell, Joseph and Abraham. Executors his sons John, Burwell and Joseph. Witnesses John Bartlett, Joseph Lockwood, and Elijah Betts, page 285.

BIRDSEY, Abel, late of Statford, will dated May 12, 1747, probated June 9, 1747, mentioned his wife Mercy, and children Abel, Samuel, William, John, Elizabeth wife of Benjamin Curtiss, Johanah wife of Ephraim Wadkens, Phebe, wife of Abimel Youngs, Comfort wife of John Wells, Sarah wife of Ephraim Lewiss, Mary wife of John Yarrenton, and heirs of Unice Youngs, legacy to Ruth wife of James Dunlap, and devise to Episcopal Church of England in Stratford. Executors William Birdsey and John Wells. Witnesses Daniel Hawley, William Beach, and Daniel Porter, page 406. Inventory taken July 7, 1747, by Elnathan Peet, Daniel Porter, and Joseph Judson, and filed July 7, 1747, page 409.

BOOTH, Thomas, late of Stratford, inventory taken by Benjamin Brooks and Judson Burton, verified by Daniel Hawley, and William Lampson, administrators, and filed Oct. 7, 1740, page 69.

BOUTTON, Joseph, Sr., late of Norwalk, will dated Dec. 20, 1746, probated Feb. 23, 1746/7, mentioned his wife Mary, and children Sarah Hanford, Dinah Benedick, Jaien Benedick, brother Edmond warring, brother Thomas Boutton, and grandson Joseph Boutton. Executor his son in law John Benedick. Witnesses Robart Silliman, Caleb Benedict, and Abraham Hayt, page 390. Inventory taken by Benjamin St. John, Caleb Benedict and Abram Hayt, and filed Feb. 23, 1736/7. page 392.

BRADLEY, Epheram. late of Fairfield, inventory taken Dec. 21, 1748, by John Hide, Joseph Wakeman and David (continued on page 160).

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