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John & Jonathan Tracy's Probate Records

Film #1311924 New London CT Probate Records Item 2 Book A and Item 3 Book B
  Tracy, John Inv 192, will 194
  Tracy, Jonathan Inv 232, Bond 249, 523, Inv. 541, Divi 661

  p. 192 Tracy, John of Norwich who deceased 16 Aug 1702 Inv taken 14 Sep 1702. Mrs. Mary Tracy Relict Inv by Caleb
  Abell, Simon Huntington and Samuell Griswold. Recd in the 2nd Book fo Wills 21 May 1703

  p. 194 Tracy, John will
  wife one/third of personall estate and labor of two youngest sons … sons John and Joseph provide grain and a cow …
  son Winslow to be put out awhile into some good place unto some trade …
  son John a double portion of reall estate in Norwich …
  dau Elizabeth a filial portion equal with Joseph and Winslow
  son Joseph half so much as John in Norwich when he come of age
  son Winslow when he comes of age have an equal portion with Joseph
  all my lands out of Norwich either at Plainfield or the 200A to be laid out for me at Mashamugwatuck or my purchase in
  the Mixmuch country I doe make my four children equal each 100a or more at Plainfield … John’s 100a he has in
  possession at Womungatuck … son Joseph when he comes of age all my land on the east side of Quinaboy River …
  Winslow 15a at sadnuck hill … John’s two pieces which he will choose when of age and Elizabeth shall have 100a …
  wife and son John to be executors … my loving brothers Solomon & Daniell & brother Waterman to be overseers … 15
  June 1702. Signed: John Tracy. Wit: John Barnard, Solomon Tracy. Ack: 29 Oct 1702. New London 21 May 1703 Recd
  in the second book of wills folio 15.

  p. 232 1 Mar 1704 The inventory of the estate of Jonathan Tracy Junior of Preston deceased 25 Feb 1704
  Signed: Jonathan Tracy, Gershom Palmer, Peter Branch
  The widow and two children.
  Jonathan Tracy about two yer and a half ould.
  Annah Tracy four months ould
  Peter Branch gave oath to the above written inventor. before me Jonathan Tracy Justice of the Peace.
  The widow Annah Tracy made oath 19 Sep 1704
  p. 234 the said Annah Tracy personally appeared in a Court of Probate held in New London Sept 21st 1704 & under
  oath engaged that if anything further appears to be her deceased husbands Estate that is considerable she will add it
  to this inventory. Recd 31 Mar in the 3d Book of Wills in folio 43.

  p. 249 Tracy, Jonathan Bond
  Administrative Bond of Anna Tracy with Gershom Palmer as Surety in the sum of 70L upon the Estate of Jonathan
  Tracy was signed in New London Sept 21st 1704.

  p. 523 Admin bond of Christopher Tracy with James Harris and Ebenezer Dart as Sureties in the sum of L300 upon the
  Estate of Jonathan Tracy deceased was signed in New London February 12, 1711/2.

  p. 541 Tracy, Jonathan Inv.
  Preston December 24, 1711 we whose names are underwritten are desired by the survivors of Leut. Jonathan Tracy
  late deceased to take an inventory of his estate which we have done as followeth …Daniel Druster, Peter Branch. Mrs.
  Mary Tracy Widow and Relict of Mr. Jonathan Tracy Late of Preston Deceased appeared in a Court of Probate held in
  new London Feb the 12th 1711/12 and made Oath that Shee gave in unto the aprizers a true account of her deceased
  husbands Estate according to the best of her knowledge and that if anything further appear to be his Estate that is
  considerable shee will add it to this Inventory. Teste George Denison Cler. Prob.
  This Inventory was Exhibeted in a Court of Probate held in new London march the 11th 1711/2 by Christopher Tracy
  administrator on the Estate of Mr. Jonathan Tracy was proved accepted and ordered to be Recorded. Recorded in the
  third Book of Wills on fol. 190-191 March 12, 1711/2.

  p. 661 Tracy, Jonathan Division
  A Cort of Probate held in New London on the second Tuesday of December 1712 made distribution of the estate of
  Jonathan Tracy late of Preston deceased and we whose names are heare unto subscribed being appointed by said
  court to divide the estate which we did as followeth:
  Set out to his widow one third part of his land during her life …
  Set out to the two children of Jonathan his eldest son who is deceased two thirds of his real estate …
  Set out to his daughter Hanah Davison …
  Set out to his daughter Mary Parish …
  Set out to his daughter Meriam Clark …
  Left in the hands of his son Christopher with what he received in his fathers life time is the whole of his portion 24 Dec
  1712. John Parke, Joseph Prentis.


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