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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L. L. B. Vol. 9, 1725 - 1749. Page 162

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K.

BURRITT, Stephen, late Stratfield, inventory taken Feb. 1, 1747/8, by Samuel Odell and Ezra Hawley, verified by Timothy Wheeler, Jr., administrator, and filed Apl. 11, 1748.

CHAPMAN, Albart, late of Fairfield, inventory Dec. 30, 1747, by Captain Edward Jesup and John Andrews, verified by Daniel Chapman, Phineas Chapman and Dennie Chapman, administrators, and filed Aug. 15, 1748, page 512.

CHAPMAN, Daniel, Rev., late of Fairfield, will dated S-ept. 20, 1741, probated Feb. 12, 1741/2, mentioned his wife Grizel, and children Daniel, Phinehas, Dennie [s?], Albert, John, Mary, and Elizabeth Chapman; legacies to Frederick Dikeman, Sarah wife of Ephraim Nickolls, Sarah Fince, and Margaret Batison. Executors his sons, Daniel, James and Dennie of Fairfield, and Captain Samuel Cluxstone of Norwalk. Witnesses Moses Dickinson, Thomas Nash and Daniel Frost, page 105.

Inventory taken of property in Fairfield, ridgefield, and Reading by Thomas Nash, Joseph Wakeman and John Andrews; of property in Saybrook by Samuel Willard and Joshua Bushnel, and filed Mch. 10, 1741/2, page 124.

CHAPMAN, Richard, late of Stratford, will dated Apl. 22, 1741, probated July 7, 1741, mentioned his wife, Sarah, and daughters Dorothy White, Sarah Johnson, Elizabeth Salter, Martha French, Mary Curtiss, Ann Hawley, and Ruth Chapman, sons Hope, Daniel and Benjamin. Executrix his wife Sarah. Witnesses Richardson Minor, William Peet and David Sumers, page 91.

CHAUNCEY, Israel, late of Stratfield, inventory taken Feb. 3, 1736/7,by John Wheeler and John Burr, Jr., verified by Robert Chauncey, administrator and filed in 1737, page 65.

CLARK, Isaac, late of Stratford, inventory taken May 24, 1744, by Joseph Judson and Daniel Hawley, verified (continued page 163).

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