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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L.L.B. VOLUME 9, 1741 - 1748. PAGE 189

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K.

THOMPSON, Sarah, (continued from page 187), Dec. 1, 1747, all to her son John Thompson, and appointed him executor. Witnesses John Turnie, Abigail Silliman, and Samuel gold. page 428. Inventory taken Jan. 28, 1747/8, by Nathaniel Burr, Jr., and Samuel Hubbell, and filed Apl. 5, 1748, page 459.

THORP, John, late of ye Parish of Greenfield, in ye town of Fairfield, will dated Feb. 28, 1741/2, probated Mch. 23, 1741/2, mentioned his wife Mary, and children John, Nathan, Ebenezer, Peter, Hannah, Mary, Elizabeth, Eunice, Sarah and Naomi. Executors his wife Mary and Daniel Bradley. Witnesses John Goodsell, John Bell, and Daniel Sturgis, page 192.

TILEY, John, late of Stratfield, inventory taken June 21, 1743, by James Beach and Ebenezer Coe, verified by Joseph Brown, administrator, and filed Feb. ? 1743/4, page 222.

TROWBRIDGE, John, late of Fairfield, will dated July 1, 1741, probated Dec. 8, 1741, mentioned his father Samuel Trowbridge of Fairfield, brother Samuel Trowbridge, Jr., sisters Elizabeth Nickols, Hannah Treadwell, and Sarah Bennitt, and mother Sarah Trowbridge. Executor his father Samuel Trowbridge. Witnesses David Jackson, Ebenezer Sanford, and Samuel Cooke, page 102.

TROWBRIDGE, Samuel, late of Fairfield, will dated Feb. 11, 1741/2, probated July 5, 1741, mentioned his wife Sarah, and his four remaining children Samuel, Elizabeth, Hannah, and Sarah. Executrix his wife Sarah. Witnesses John Porter, Thomas Sanford, and John Wheeler, page 169. Inventory taken Apl. 9, 1743, by Nathaniel Seeley and William Bennitt, and filed Apl. 11, 1743, page 170.

TUCKER, Nathaniel, Rev. Formerly of Stratfield, late of Elizabeth Town, N. J. inventory taken Dec. 25, 1747, by John Hall, verified by Abner Frost of Elizabeth Town in East New Jersey in ye (continued on page 189).

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