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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L.L.B. VOLUME 9, 1741 - 1748. PAGE 179

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K.

NICKOLLS, Joseph, Captain, late of ye Parish of Unity in ye bounds of Stratford, will dated Sept. 14, 1743, probated Oct. 5, 1743, mentioned his wife Mary, and children John, Nathan, Joseph, Andrew, Mary wife of Peter Pixles, Abigail wife of Samuel Shelton, Eunice wife of Josiah Shelton, Betty wife of John French, Sarah Nickolls and Martha Nickolls, Executors his sons John and Nathan. Witnesses John Tompson, Daniel Curtiss and Thomas Peat, page 154. Inventory taken by Joseph Booth and Elnathan Peet, and filed Dec. 5, 1743, page 157.

NICKOLLS, Josiah, late of Danbury, inventory taken in Nov. 1743, by Thomas Benedict, Abraham Wildman, Jr., and Matthew Bouton, Verified by Mehitabell Nickolls administratrix, and filed Jan. 22, 1744/5, page 206.

NOUGUIER, Anothony, late of Fairfield, will dated Oct 7, 1740, probated Nov. 6, 1740, mentioned his wife Sarah, legacies to Yale College, Rev. Noah Robert, minister of the church at Fairfield, Public School at Fairfield, Poor at Fairfield, French Church at Boston, devised to Captain Thomas Hill of Fairfield his homestead at Fairfield, and remainder to his cousin Daniel Aurault of Newport, R. I. Executors his wife Sarah, Major Andrew Burr, and Captain Thomas Hill. Witnesses Stephen Jennings, Joseph Jennings, Jr., and Samuel Cooke, page 3. Inventory taken Nov. 13, 1740, by Samuel Burr and Thaddeus Burr, and filed Mch. 26, 1740, page 5.

NOUGUIER, Sarah, late of Fairfield, widow of Anthony Nouguier, will dated May 13, 1743, probated June 13, 1743, mentioned her sons Andrew Wheeler and Benjamin Fayerweather, children of my daughter Catherine, late wife of Peter Hubbell of New town, daughters Mary wife of John Holberton, Abiah Wife of John Cornwell, Penelope wife of Richard Hubbell, Sarah wife of Daniel Morris, and Hannah a daughter of my son Joseph Fayerweather, deceased, and my sons John and Thomas. Executor Lieut. David Sherman, Jr., of Stratfield. Witnesses Captain John Burr, 2nd, William Burr, and Dr. John Wheeler, page 128. Inventory taken June 4, 1743, by John Wheeler, Joseph Booth and John Burr, and filed Aug. 5, 1743, page 130.

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