A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records

A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1904 edition. Excerpt: ...Andrus, to heirs of Benjamin Andrews, to Rebeckah Gillett, to Ephraim Andrews, to Caleb Andrews, to Ann Camp. By John Camp and Samuel Hunn. Signed: BENJAMIN GILLETT, Amos CAMP, Josnrn Ammsws, CALEB AmnEws. Page 22 (Vol. X) 2 July, 1723: Report of the distributors. Page 332. Arnold, Jonathan, Hartford. Invt. 624-18-07. Taken 17 June, 1719, by Nathaniel Stanly and John Austin. Court Record, Page 106-10 June, 1719: Adms. to Sarah Arnold, widow, and Peter Pratt. Page 109-4 August, 1719: Philip Smith to be guardian to Jonathan Arnold, a minor about 9 years of age, son of Jonathan Arnold decd. Recog., 50. The widow, Sarah Arnold, petitions for dower. Granted. Page 127-10 May, 1720: Adms. account approved. Page 133-2 August, 1720: Permission to sell land for the payment of debts. Page 175-2 September, 1722: Peter Pratt exhibits an account and reports the estate insolvent. Page 20 (Vol. X) 4 June, 1723: Sarah Parker, alias Arnold, one of the Adms., exhibited an account of her Adms. Accepted. Page 87-1st June, 1725: Jonathan Arnold, a minor 14 years of age, chose Ebenezer Smith of Farmington to be his guardian. Page 107-2 November, I725: This Court appoint Sarah Bird of Farmington to be guardian to Jonathan Arnold, now 15 years of age. Recog., 50. Page 15. ' Arnold, Mary, Haddam. Invt. 30-18-05. Taken 4 December, 1714, by Simon Smith, Ebenezer F risbie and Joseph Arnold. Will nuncupative, dated 2 July, 1714. The widow, Mary Arnold, late wife to Josiah Arnold deceased, sometime before her death, and then at that time in her right mind and understanding, did declare to us, James Wells and Rebeckah Wells, in these words: "That what estate is mine I give and will it to my two dafters." Mr. James Wells and Rebeckah...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236743997
  • 9781236743992