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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L.L.B. VOLUME 9, 1741 - 1748. PAGE 170.

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K.

GREY, Nathaniel, ( continued from page 169), and children Ebenezer, Obediah, Elizabeth, and Abigail. Executors his wife Elizabeth and brother John Grey of Norwalk. Witnesses Ebenezer Couch, Ithemar Gregory and Nathaniel Hunn, all of Reading, page 162. Inventory taken Aug. 10, 1743, by Jehu Burr and Joseph Sanford, and filed Oct. 26, 1743, page 183. Additional inventory and report of sale of certain real property, page 221.

GROMAN, (GRUMAN), Samuel, late of Norwalk, will dated Aug. 20, 1747, mentioned his wife Rebecca, and children Samuel, Thomas, Sarah, Rebecca, and Mary. Executors his wife Rebecca, son Samuel, and my two sons in law Matthew Keeler and David Comstalk. Witnesses Matthew Betts, John Groman, and Elnathan Hanford, page 436. Inventory taken of property in Corwall by Joshua Jewell and John bible, of property in Norwalk, by John Belden and Thomas Betts, and filed Apl. 6, 1748, page 469.

HALL, Isaac, Dr., late of Reading, will dated Apl. 17, 1736, probated Aug. 4, 1741, mentioned his wife Jean, and children, Asa, Jean Squire, Burgis, Lidia Jud, Ann Corns, and Joshua, and grandson David Hall. Executors his wife Jean, and son Asa. Witnesses Moses Knap, John Malary, and Captain John Read, page 92.

HANFORD, Hannah, late of Norwalk, will dated Feb. 21, 1744/5, probated Feb. 18, 1745,/6, mentioned her children, Theophilus Hanford, Thomas Hanford, Elnathan Hanford, and Elizabeth wife of Edmund Waren, Jr., Executors sons Theophilus, Thomas, and Elnathan. Witnesses James Kelly, Jonathan Williams, and Samuel Hanford, page 312.

HANFORD, Thomas, late of Norwalk, will dated May 9, 1733, probated Sept. 6, 1743, mentioned his wife Hannah, and children, Theophilus, Thomas, Elnathan, Elizabeth Waren, Catherine Raymond, and Mary Fayerweather, (continued on page 171).

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