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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L.L.B. VOLUME 9, 1741 - 1748. PAGE 173

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K.

HICKOX, Benjamin, ( continued from page 172), grandsons Nathan Hickox and Ezra Hickox. Executors his sons Silas and Ezra. Witnesses William Gaylord, Daniel Trowbridge, and Richard Murch, page 296.

HOLMS [HOLMES], Daniel, late of Stratford, inventory taken Nov.---, 1737, by Edmond Lewis and David Judson, verified by Mrs. Mary Holms, administratrix, and filed Jan. 9, 1741/2, page 62.

HOW [HOWE], Robart, late of Stratfield, inventory taken June 13, 1746, by John Wheeler and Robert Chauncey, Verified by Abigail How, administratrix, and filed July 5, 1746, page 361.

HULL, Eliphalet, late of Fairfield, inventory taken Mch. 28, 1737, by Moses Ward and Samuel Sherwood, verified by Sarah Banks and Joseph Wakeman, executors, and filed Apl. 19, 1742, page 166.

HULL, John, Ensign, late of Reading, or Fairfield, inventory taken Dec. 3, 1741, by ensign Lemuel Sanford and William Lea, verified by Stephen Burr and Abigail Hull, executors, and filed Jan. 7, 1748/9, page 528.

HULL, John, late of Reading, will dated Sept. 16, 1740, probated Oct. 27, 1741, mentioned his wife Abigail and children Anna, Abigail, Esther, all minors, Timothy, James and John. Executors his wife Abigail and brother Deacon Stephen Burr of Reading. Witnesses Ruth Hunn, Nathaniel Hunn, and Stephen Burr, page 57.

HIDE (HYDE), John, late of Fairfield, will dated Oct. 25, 1744, probated Nov. 15, 1744, mentioned his children John, Daniel, Damaris Whitlock, Sarah widow of Jonathan Fanton, Elizabeth wife of John Bell, Hannah wife of Joseph Butt, Mary, Rachael, and Abigail wife of Jonathan Malary. Executors his son John and son in law John Bell. Witnesses Nathaniel Hull, Ebeneazer Lord, and Ephraim Wheeler, page 256.

JACKSON, Abraham, late of Fairfield, will dated Aug. 4, 1740, probated May 5, 1741, all to his nephew John (continued on page 174.)

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