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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L. L. B. Vol. 9, 1725 - 1749, Page 169

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K.

GOREHAM, Temperance, (continued from page 168), George Goreham, administrator, and filed Dec. 6, 1743, page 174.

GREGORY, Benjamin, late of Stratford, inventory taken July 20, 1738, by William Hodson and Hez. Odell, verified by Samuel Gregory, executor, and filed Feb. 14, 1741/2, page 102.

GREGORY, Jachin, late of Norwalk, will dated Jan. 19, 1741/2, probated Feb. 2, 1746/8, mentioned his wife Wait, and children Jachin, Ruben, Isaac, wait, and desire. Executors his wife wait, brother Noah Taylor, and Kinsman Matthew Gregory, Jr., Witnesses Rev. William Gaylord, Matthew Gregory, and Moses Comstock, page 445. Inventory taken Dec. 16, 1747, by Matthew Gregory and Nathan Betts, and filed Apl. 5, 1748, page 500.

GREGORY, Samuel, Ensign, late of Stratford, will dated Feb. 8, 1741/3, probated Feb. 6, 1743/4, mentioned his wife Mary and Children Bluah Treadwell, Miriam Hartshorn, Thaddeus and Enoch. Grandsons Gilead Treadwell and Selah Gregory, and brother Ebenezer Gregory. Executors his sons Thaddeus and Enoch. Witnesses Abiel Birdsey, Joseph Booth and Theophilus Nichols, page 225. Inventory taken Aug. 11, 1744, by Joseph Booth and Theophilus Nichols, and filed Aug. 11, 1744, page 227.

GREY, Jacob, late of ye parish of Greenfield in ye town of Fairfield, will dated Oct. 21, 1742, probated Jan. 13, 1742/3, mentioned his wife Hannah, and children Hannah, Sarah, Rebeckah, Euncie, Mary, Jacob, Nathaniel and John. Witnesses Samuel Thorp, Jr., John Banks, and Gershom Banks, page 179. Inventory taken Jan. 27, 1742/3, by Daniel Bradley and John Gilbert, and filed Mch. 1, 1742/3, page 181.

GRAY, Nathaniel, late of Reading, will dated Apl. 27, 1741, probated Aug. 2, 1743, mentioned his wife Elizabeth (continued on page 170)

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