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Pamela Sue Aldrich

Lorimor, Iowa
November 26, 1958 - June 15, 2010

Memorial Service: 11:00 a.m. Saturday, June 19, 2010 at the Foursquare Gospel Church in Winterset.
Memorial Contributions: May be directed to the family.
Pamela Sue Aldrich was born November 26, 1958 in Des Moines, Iowa, the daughter of Larry and Kaye (McDaniel) Green. Pamela married Steve Aldrich on June 2, 1984 in Adel, Iowa.
She was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother and was passionate in her support of children who came from homes less fortunate than hers. She many times sponsored programs in schools providing supplies for children in need and also was involved in many Secret Santa programs for children.
Pamela loved doing crafts, enjoyed camping and fishing, and was an avid viewer of the Lifetime channel. Most of all, Pamela loved her family and cherished any and all times she could spend with them.
Pamela died peacefully in her sleep Tuesday, June 15, 2010. She was 51.
She is survived by her five children, Jeremy Mains (Abbie Frazier) of West Des Moines, Joseph Mains of Menlo, Justin Jenkins (Tonya) of Winterset, Kristin Jorgensen (Josh) of Lorimor, and Joshua Aldrich (Sarah) of Earlham; her parents, Kaye and Don Cave of Redfield; her father, Larry Green of South Carolina; nine grandchildren, Jacob, Chancelor, Dakota, Alexia, Bodhi, Christopher, Lilly, Devin, Savanah, and one on the way (Treyton Steven); one brother, Bill Green of Adel; and one sister, Donola ?Dee? Saxton (Tim) of Utah.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Steve who died in 2003.
 
Green, Pamela Sue (I154773)
 
27
Ronald was the son of Herman August Schroeder 1875-1952 and Louise Johanna Frankenstein 1882-1944  
Schroeder, Ronald Herbert (I104792)
 
28
Shelby "Gene" King, of Mitchell, passed away with his family by his side at 10:35 A.M. on June 18, 2014, at his residence.

Born April 14, 1945 in Lawrence County, Indiana, he was the son of Shelby M. King and Nehna (Hauser) King.

He married Loretta (Hillenburg) King on August 15, 1965; and she survives.

He was a Huron graduate, Class of 1963. He retired from Carpenter's Body Works in Mitchell. He was a member of the NRA and a union rep for several years at Carpenter's. He was a member of Fairview Church of Christ. He played for several years with his brothers in the local basketball league. Gene was an avid Purdue University fan. He loved racing, hunting, spending time outdoors, and being with his family.

Surviving are his wife Loretta, of Mitchell; one son Stacey (Darla) King, of Campbellsburg; five grandchildren, Logan (Valerie) King, of Shoals, Levi King, of Campbellsburg, Chase King, of Campbellsburg, Shanda King, of Bloomington, and Shayla King, of Bedford; two great grandchildren, Brayden King and June Harner; three brothers, Kent (Brenda) King, of Mitchell, Vincent (Genia) King, of Mitchell, and Randy (Debbie) King, of Mitchell; two sisters, Tonya (Steve) Davis, of Orleans, and Annette (Mike) Neely, of Mitchell.

He was preceded in death by his parents; one son, Heath King; and one brother, Tim King.

Funeral service will be on Saturday, June 21, 2014, at 11a.m. at Ferguson-Lee Funeral Home, with Brother Richard Holt officiating. Burial will be in Port Williams Cemetery.
Friends may call on Friday, 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the funeral home.

Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.fergusonlee.com. 
King, Shelby Gene (I95091)
 
29
William was the son of Walter Wayland Renner 1907 ? 1987 and Edna D. Peters 1906 ? 1976
 
Renner, William W (I16262)
 
30 "Mr. Charles Edward Shinn, Sr. -- a native of Washington County, AL and a resident of Prichard, AL, born October 5, 1947, exchanged time for eternity on October 8, 2004. He was preceded in death by his father, John Shinn, brothers, Author J. Shinn, Willie James Shinn, and Milton Shinn, Sr., and one daughter, Tuntaneka D. Lang. He leaves to cherish his love and memory a faithful, loving and devoted wife, Erma Jean Lang Shinn; a loving mother, Ola Mae (Willie) Bronson; Cherishing his memory five daughters, two devoted, Charlena Shinn Davis, Chassity L. Shinn, both of Prichard, Vanessa Wright, Angela Coleman, both of Chunchula, AL, and Priscilla Shinn, New Orleans, LA; two sons, Charles Edward Shinn, Jr., Mobile, and Charles Dariel Daniels, Saraland, AL; fourteen grandchildren, one devoted, Amre' Naej Shun-Ty-Nisha Davis; one brother, Willie Lee Shinn, Jackson, AL; four sisters, Mae Helen Hughes, Saraland, Maxine Shinn, Margaret Johnson, both of Mobile and Annie Robinson, Tampa, FL; one brother-in-law, Melvin Lang, State Line, MS; four sisters-in-law, Kathy Hayes, Sharon E. Minor, both of Mobile, Barbara J. Tucker, Texas and Little Miss Miracle Ashley Lang, McIntosh, AL; devoted nephew, Christopher Shinn; a spiritual son, Minister Gregory Dees; one Godson, Kelon Ervin; and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, other nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends, two devoted, Jack Tate and James Moore. Special thanks to Southern Hospice Care, Chaplain Dave Tarvin, Collese Newman Davis, Melody Bolton, Melody B. McCann and Yvette Mosley. Visitation will be at the St. James A.M.E. Zion Church, 209 N. Joseph Ave., Prichard, AL on Wednesday, October 13, 2004 from 9:00 AM until the 11:00 AM funeral hour. Rev. Cletis Walker, Sr., Pastor and Bishop Freddie Lee Davis, Sr. officiating. Interment will follow in the Whispering Pines Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by REESE FUNERAL HOME, 925 Bessemer Avenue, Prichard, AL 36610." Charles E. Shinn, SrMobile, AL10/05/2004 Shinn, Charles "PAP" Edward Sr (I133838)
 
31 FETTER C. Diane (nee Jelly). Daughter of the late E.W. and Marti Jelly. Devoted mother of Jeff (Lori) Cramer, Dave (Kelly) Cramer and Jill Cramer. Loving grammy of Jeffrey, Emmie, Aaron and Tyler. Sister of the late Dale Jelly. Passed away Monday, November 7, 2005, age 62. Relatives and friends are invited to attend a Memorial Mass at St. Ignatius Church (Monfort Heights) on Thursday (November 10) at 10:30 A.M. Memorials may be made to Hospice of Cincinnati, 4310 Cooper Road, Cincinnati 45242. Jelly, Connie Diane (I152826)
 
32 HOOLIE COMPTON, 100, Chehalis, died Saturday, Aug. 20, at Providence Centralia Hospital. A military graveside service will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Claquato Cemetery, Chehalis. Arrangements under the direction of Newell-Hoerling?s Mortuary, Centralia.

Washington Newspaper 
Compton, "Happy" Hoolie (I147857)
 
33 JOHN GRIGSBY:
1774 Augusta Co., VA, Capt. Wm Nalle's Company, in Dunsmore's Expedition, French & Indian War, VA vs OH valley natives, compensated 1775 for 118 days service, paid £8, 17 shillings, p 103, notes on R & L sides not legible. They marched to Fort Pitt in August 1774.

"John Grigsby for damage done his gun(,) impressed for Orange Militia in 1777 by Johnny Scott Capt. 10s."

In 1778, John Grigsby purchases land and then sells the same land 8 years later, in 1786. Orange County Deed Books #17, page 84 and Book #18, page 441.

May 1780, Orange Co., VA Public Service Claims for Rev. War contributions made by John Grigsby. Court Book 11.

Oct 1780 & Jan 1781, Culpeper Co., VA War Public Service Claims for Rev. War service, drafted miliamen John Grigsby, troops for the Continental Army militia to service for 18 months, in class 49. 1780 General Assembly Act signed to fill VA quota of troops for the Continental Army.

1 Feb 1781, John Grigsby, Augusta Co. grantee, patent C, p 314-15, 10 shillings, assignee of Robt Poag, 80 acres in the Fork of the James River, Land Office Grants C, John Poags 12 Mar 1764 survey. Plus Patent C, p 316-317, 28 acres, 5 shillings, assignee of John Poag, surveyed 16 Mar 1768, in the fork of the James River, recorded 1 Feb 1781.

"On Monday morning, February 28, 1781, the militia marched away from Lexington and Bivouacked that night at "Fruit Hill," the home of "Soldier John" Grigsby, in the neighborhood of Faling Spring Presbyterian Church; the Grigsby family had come to Rockbridge County only a little over a year before." Rockbridge Co., VA Notebook, Complied from Articles by Dr. George W. Diehl as published in the News-Gazette, Lexington, VA, compiled by A. Maxim Coppage, III. 
Grigsby, "Captain" John (I59503)
 
34 Morgan Seth Earp was born in 1851 in Iowa. He is the youngest of six brothers including Virgil and Wyatt Earp. During the civil war, Morgan was left to help Wyatt tend to the family farm. Morgan discovered he did not like farming and lived in several places before settling in the Arizona Territory with wife around 1880. Morgan was a stagecoach driver for Wells Fargo as well as a police deputee. Morgan was deputized in 1881 to help brother Virgil after many threat had been coming their way from the "Cowboys" a large organized crime sydicate. Morgan's tombstone
Morgan was one of the men involved in the gunfight at the O.K. Corral. He fought alongside his brothers, Wyatt and Virgil, as well as "Doc" Holliday. On the opposite side were brothers Tom and Frank McLaury, Billy and Ike Clanton, and Billy Claiborne. Three men were left dead in about 30 seconds when the Earps attempted to confiscate weapons the other men were reported to have. Morgan was one of the less experienced gunmen yet he survived. He was however injured but did not let that stop him as he was one of the last men to fire his weapon.
Two months after the shootout there was an assassination attempt on Virgil and while Morgan remained in Tombstone to defend his brothers, he sent his wife to the rest of his family in California.
On March 18, 1882 Morgan was ambushed late at night. After seeing a musical Morgan was playing a game of pool and while playing was shit by a rifle in the lower side of his back. Wyatt was also aimed for that same night but was missed. The bullet that hit Morgan shattered his spine and passed through his left kidney. The three doctors who examined him later all declared the wound to be fatal. Morgan died less than an hour after being shot.
Morgan's body was sent by train from Tucson, Arizona to Colton, California with the family. Morgan was buried in an old city cemetery of Colton but later reburied in Hermosa Cemetery in Colton.
It is believed by most that Morgan was shot by Clanton supporters though no one was every charged. It was this murder that led Wyatt on his "Vendetta Ride" that lasted for three weeks.  
Earp, Morgan Seth (I70603)
 
35 Services for Robert Charles Bizjak, 68, of Fairport Harbor, will be 1 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 11, 2007, at Zion Lutheran Church, 508 Eagle St., Fairport Harbor.


Robert Charles Bizjak
Services for Robert Charles Bizjak, 68, of Fairport Harbor, will be 1 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 11, 2007, at Zion Lutheran Church, 508 Eagle St., Fairport Harbor.
Mr. Bizjak died Aug. 9, 2007, at his residence.
Born May 6, 1939, in Euclid, he was the son of Joseph and Elva (Riippa) Bizjak and had been a resident of Fairport Harbor since 1957.
He was a U.S. Army veteran and an active member of Zion Lutheran Church, where he served as property committee chairman. He loved his 1956 Lincoln Premier Coupe, which was one of only five registered. He also loved music, especially polkas which he learned to appreciate when his father played with Frank Yankovic.
Mr. Bizjak owned and operated Bob's Marathon Service Station in Fairport Harbor and more recently worked as a vending supervisor for both Pepsi and Coke.
Survivors are his daughters, Theresa (Timothy) McGrath and Pamela Bizjak, all of Fairport Harbor; five grandchildren, Amanda (Richard) Vincelli, Joshua, Emily, Brian and Benjamin McGrath; and faithful companion, Boo.
He was preceded in death by his parents; granddaughter, Rebecca McGrath; and sister, Marybeth Mullally.
Friends may call from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the church prior to the service. The Rev. Hannu Vepsalainen will officiate the service. Burial will follow in Zion Lutheran Cemetery.
The family suggests memorial contributions be made to Zion Lutheran Church.
Arrangements are being handled by Johnson Funeral Home, 368 Mentor Ave., Painesville.


İThe News-Herald 2007  
Bizjak, Robert Charles "Bob" (I9243)
 
36 ! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. I, Hartford District 1635-1700, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.241, 273.Cites: (a) Vol. IV, p.156. (b) Court Record, p.77. (c) Vol. II, No. 96, p.97; Vol. III, p.39.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV, "Births, Marriages and Deaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates (Hartford,CT, 1912) p.609.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford District 1700-1729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.43-44. Cites: (a) Court Record, Vol. VII, p.190-191. (b) Court Record, p.112,114. (c) Vol. VIII, p.12.
(4) "Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10, No. 1, Jun 1977, p.27. "Connecticut Marriages Before 1750," Barbour Collection, Ct. State Lib. Marriage Records of Hartford, CT.
(5) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New England Historical and Genealogical Register" (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179) "Andrew Benton of Milford and Hartford, Conn., and His Descendants," by John H. Benton, Esq.. Vol. 1, p.121.
(6) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical Register" (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). "Descendants of Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard, Naman Sheppard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.390.

! Birth: (1a,c) d/o Andrew BENTON/__ STOCKING. (5) d/oAndrew BENTON/Hannah STOCKING. 14 Apr 1655, Milford, CT. Age 90 at death in Dec 1752 (b. 1662), which should be 97 yrs. 10 mos. 8 ds. (6) Age 90 and upwardsat death on 23 Dec 1752 (b. 1662 or earlier).
Baptism: (5) 15 Apr 1655, Milford, CT.
Marriage to Nathaniel COLE: (2,4) 23 Oct 1684. (4) Hartford, CT. (5)
Marriage to Jonathan BIGELOW: (3c,5,6)
Marriage to Deacon John SHEPARD: (5) 19Mar 1713. (6) 18 May 1712 or 19 Mar 1713.
Death: (6) 23 Dec 1752.
Burial: (5)23 Dec 1752, First Church Cemetery, Hartford, CT.

(1c) 1673, 15 Jul: Will of George STOCKING, planter: Gives to the six children of Andrew BENTON, that isto Andrew BENTON Jr., John BENTON, Samuel BENTON, Joseph BENTON, Mary BENTON and Dorothy BENTON, the sum of 12 lbs., to be equally divided among them.
(1a)1683, 4 Sep: Inventory of the estate of Andrew BENTON names daughter Mary by his first wife, a daughter of George STOCKING.
(1b) 1683, 18 Dec: Order to distribute, estate of Andrew BENTON, gives to Mary 33 pounds.
(3c) 1710, 1 May: TheHartford, CT probate court appointed Lt. James STEELE, Samuel KELLOGG and Thomas SEAMORE of Hartford to distribute the houseing and lands late belonging to Nathaniel COALE, Sen., of Hartford, dec'd., between the relict and the son of the said deceased, according to the intent of his last will, viz: to the relict,now wife of Jonathan BIGELOW Sen., so much of the said lands (the homelot excepted) as is the full 1/3 part of the whole with the homelot, without any allowance for the houseing and buildings; and to Nathaniel COALE, son of the said deceased, all the houseing, barn, and other buildings, and the residue or other 2/3of said lands.
(5) 1711: The wife Jonathan BIGELOW and his son Joseph were executors of his estate.

! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. I, Hartford District 1635-1700, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.241, 273. Cites: (a) Vol. IV, p.156. (b) Court Record, p.77. (c) Vol. II, No. 96, p.97; Vol. III, p.39.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV, "Births, Marriages and Deaths 1644-1730," ed. byAlbert C. Bates (Hartford, CT, 1912) p.609.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford District 1700-1729, ed. by Charles W.Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.43-44. Cites: (a) Court Record, Vol. VII, p.190-191. (b) Court Record, p.112,114. (c) Vol. VIII, p.12.
(4) "Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10, No. 1, Jun 1977, p.27. "Connecti

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Benton, Mary (I146006)
 
37 ! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford District 1700-1729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.156-157.Cites: (a) Vol. VIII, p.65-68.

! Birth: (1a) d/o Jonathan Bigelow.

(1a)1710/11, 8 Jan: Jonathan Bigelow Sr. of Hartford, CT wrote his will. Whole estate to be divided equally amongst my children Jonathan, John, Mary, Sarah, Violet, Joseph, Abigail, Daniel and Samuel.

! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford District 1700-1729, ed. by Charles W.Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.156-157. Cites: (a) Vol. VIII, p.65-68.

!Birth: (1a) d/o Jonathan Bigelow.

(1a) 1710/11, 8 Jan: Jonathan Bigelow Sr.of Hartford, CT wrote his will. Whole estate to be divided equally amongst my children Jonathan, John, Mary, Sarah, Violet, Joseph, Abigail, Daniel and Samuel.

! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II,Hartford District 1700-1 729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT,1904) p.156-157. Cites: (a) Vol. VIII, p.65-6 8.

! Birth: (1a) d/o Jonathan Bigelow.

(1a) 1710/11, 8 Jan: Jonathan Bigelow Sr. of Hartford, CT wrote hiswill. Wholeestate to b e divided equally amongst my children Jonathan,John, Mary, Sarah, Violet, Joseph, Abigail, D aniel and Samuel.

! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II,Hartford District 1700-1 729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT,1904) p.156-157. Cites: (a) Vol. VIII, p.65-6 8.

! Birth: (1a) d/o Jonathan Bigelow.

(1a) 1710/11, 8 Jan: Jonathan BigelowSr. of Hartford, CT wrote hiswill. Whole estate to b e divided equally amongstmy children Jonathan,John, Mary, Sarah, Violet, Joseph, Abigail, D aniel and Samuel.

! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II,Hartford District 1700-1729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.156-157. Cites: (a) Vol. VIII, p.65-68.

! Birth: (1a) d/o Jonathan Bigelow.

(1a) 1710/11, 8 Jan: Jonathan Bigelow Sr. of Hartford, CT wrote his will.Whole estate to be divided equally amongst my children Jonathan, John, Mary, Sarah, Violet, Joseph, Abigail, Daniel and Samuel.

! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford District 1700-1729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.156-157. Cites: (a) Vol. VIII, p.65-68.

! Birth: (1a) d/o Jonathan Bigelow.

(1a) 1710/11, 8 Jan: Jonathan Bigelow Sr. of Hartford, CT wrote his will. Whole estate to be divided equally amongst my children Jonathan, John, Mary, Sarah, Violet, Joseph, Abigail, Danieland Samuel.

! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol.II,Hartford District 1700-1 729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT,1904) p.156-157. Cites: (a) Vol. VIII, p.65-6 8.

! Birth: (1a) d/o Jonathan Bigelow.

(1a) 1710/11, 8 Jan: Jonathan Bigelow Sr. of Hartford, CT wrote hiswill. Whole estate to b e divided equally amongst my children Jonathan,John, Mary, Sarah, Violet, Joseph, Abigail, D aniel and Samuel.

! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II,Hartford District 1700-1 729, ed.by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT,1904) p.156-157. Cites: (a) Vol. VIII, p.65-6 8.

! Birth: (1a) d/o Jonathan Bigelow.

(1a) 1710/11, 8 Jan: Jonathan Bigelow Sr. of Hartford, CT wrote hiswill. Whole estate to b e divided equally amongst my children Jonathan,John, Mary, Sarah, Violet, Joseph, Abigail, D aniel and Samuel. 
Bigelow, Abigail (I61532)
 
38 ! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford District 1700-1729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.156-157.Cites: (a) Vol. VIII, p.65-68.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut ProbateRecords," Vol. III, Hartford District 1729-1750, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1906) p.12. Cites: (a) Vol. XI, p.167-168; Court Record p.61,99. (b) Vol. XII, p.5.

! Birth: (1a) s/o Jonathan Bigelow.
Marriage to Sarah __: (2a)
Death: (2a) Will dtd 4 Sep 1731, inventory dtd 23 Sep 1731, Hartford, CT.

(1a) 1710/11, 8 Jan: Jonathan Biggelow Sr. of Hartford, CT wrote his will. Whole estate to be divided equally amongst my children Jonathan, John, Mary,Sarah, Violet, Joseph, Abigail, Daniel and Samuel. I give all my housing and lands in equal proportion between my three youngest sons, Joseph Bigelow, DanielBigelow and Samuel Bigelow. Appoints wife Mary Bigelow and son Joseph Bigelow executors.
(2a) 1731, 4 Sep: Joseph Biggelow of Hartford, CT wrote his will. Gives to wife Sarah 1/3 part of all my moveables and personal estate at her own disposal; also the use of the half of my dwelling house, the half of my orchard,and the half of all the other buildings now standing upon the land whereon I now dwell, and 1/3 part of all my land, for and during her natural life. Gives to three sons Joseph, Elisha and Josiah, all my housing and land, to be equallydivided between them (yet so as that my wife shall have the use above mentioned). My will is that my three sons above mentioned shall pay to my three daughters, Sarah, Mary and Abigail, 80 pounds in money to each of them. Gives to kinsman Jonathan Williams 10 pounds. Appoints Capt. John Whiting of Hartford and wifeSarah Biggelow and son Joseph Biggelow to be executors. Signed Joseph Biggelow. Wits. Nathaniel Stanly, John White, Jacob White.
(2a) 1731, 23 Sep: Inventory of the estate of Joseph Biggelow of Hartford, CT, taken by Joseph Cook, Joseph Webster and Samuel Webster. Valued at 1494.15.04.
(2a) 1731/2, 19 Feb: Willproved, Hartford, CT.
(2a) 1733, 9 Oct: The executors of the estate of JosephBiggelow exhibit an account of their administration, and report the estate indebted 178.13.09 more than the moveable estate.
(2b) 1734, 31 May: The executorsof the estate of Joseph Biggelow, per act of the General Assembly of 9 May 1734, give notice of sale of land, Wednesday, 19 Jun, at 2 of the clock, at beat of drum, to the highest bidder, land with house, barn, shop, and orchard on it,to say 10 acres and 1/2, the lot bought of John Williams, shoemaker, on the road to Wethersfield.

! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford District 1700-1729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford,CT, 1904) p.156-157. Cites: (a) Vol. VIII, p.65-68.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. III, Hartford District 1729-1750, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1906) p.12. Cites: (a) Vol. XI, p.167-168; Court Record p.61,99. (b) Vol. XII, p.5.

! Birth: (1a) s/o Jonathan Bigelow.
Marriage to Sarah __: (2a)
Death: (2a) Will dtd 4 Sep 1731, inventory dtd 23Sep 1731, Hartford, CT.

(1a) 1710/11, 8 Jan: Jonathan Biggelow Sr. of Hartford, CT wrote his will. Whole estate to be divided equally amongst my childrenJonathan, John, Mary, Sarah, Violet, Joseph, Abigail, Daniel and Samuel. I giveall my housing and lands in equal proportion between my three youngest sons, Joseph Bigelow, Daniel Bigelow and Samuel Bigelow. Appoints wife Mary Bigelow and son Joseph Bigelow executors.
(2a) 1731, 4 Sep: Joseph Biggelow of Hartford,CT wrote his will. Gives to wife Sarah 1/3 part of all my moveables and personal estate at her own disposal; also the use of the half of my dwelling house, the half of my orchard, and the half of all the other buildings now standing upon the land whereon I now dwell, and 1/3 part of all my land, for and during hernatural life. Gives to three sons Joseph, Elisha 
Bigelow, Joseph (I61395)
 
39 ! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford District 1700-1729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.156-157.Cites: (a) Vol. VIII, p.65-68. (b) Court Record, p.26,27,105,106.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. III, Hartford District 1729-1750, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1906) p.11-12. Cites: (a) Vol.XI, p.331; Court Record p.92,94,100,106. (b) Vol. XII, p.55.

! Birth: (1a,b) s/o Jonathan Bigelow. (1b) Age 18 on 5 Feb 1710/11 (b. 1692/3). Age 20 on 6 Jan 1712/3 (b. 1692/3).
Marriage to Elizabeth __: (2a) Widow named Elizabeth.
Death: (2a) 14 May 1733, Hartford, CT.

(1a) 1710/11, 8 Jan: Jonathan BigelowSr. of Hartford, CT wrote his will. Whole estate to be divided equally amongstmy children Jonathan, John, Mary, Sarah, Violet, Joseph, Abigail, Daniel and Samuel. I give all my housing and lands in equal proportion between my three youngest sons, Joseph Bigelow, Daniel Bigelow and Samuel Bigelow. Appoints wife Mary Bigelow and son Joseph Bigelow executors.
(1b) 1710/11, 5 Feb: Daniel Bigelow, 18 years of age, and Samuel Bigelow, 16 years of age, sons of Jonathan Bigelow, Sen., late of Hartford, dec'd, chose their uncle Thomas Olcott to be theirguardian.
(1b) 1712/3, 6 Jan: The Hartford, CT court appointed Samuel Bentonto be guardian of Daniel Bigelow, 20 years of age, son of Jonathan Bigelow.
(2a) 1733, 3 Jun: At the Court of Probate at Hartford, CT, 16.16.09 of moveableswas set out to Elizabeth Biggelow, the relict of Daniel Biggelow, late of Hartford, decd., for her necessary support.
(2a) 1733, 5 Jun: Inventory of the estate of Daniel Biggelow of Hartford, CT taken by Timothy Cowles and Nehemiah Olmsted. Valued at 119.05.08. Hannah Biggelow, a daughter of Daniel Biggelow, choseWilliam Bidwell of Hartford to be her guardian, and the court also appointed him guardian to Martha Biggelow, age 11 years, and Daniel Biggelow, age 8 years.Recoog. 150 pounds.
(2a) 1733, 5 Jul: Administration of the estate of DanielBiggelow granted to William Bidwell.
(2a) 1733, 6 Nov: William Bidwell, administrator of the estate of Daniel Biggelow, exhibited an account of his administration and supposes the estate to be insolvent. Five months allowed for the presentation of claims.
(2a) 1733/4, 5 Feb: William Bidwell, administrator of theestate of Daniel Biggelow, presented a further addition of debts. The court appointed Joseph Cowles and John Pitkin of Hartford commissioners to receive andexamine claims against the estate.
(2b) 1737, 1 Jun: The Probate Court at Hartford appointed Elizabeth Biggelow to be guardian to her children, Elizabeth, age 8 years, and Thankful, 6 years of age.

! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford District 1700-1729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.156-157. Cites: (a) Vol. VIII, p.65-68. (b)Court Record, p.26,27,105,106.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut ProbateRecords," Vol. III, Hartford District 1729-1750, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1906) p.11-12. Cites: (a) Vol. XI, p.331; Court Record p.92,94,100,106. (b) Vol. XII, p.55.

! Birth: (1a,b) s/o Jonathan Bigelow. (1b) Age 18on 5 Feb 1710/11 (b. 1692/3). Age 20 on 6 Jan 1712/3 (b. 1692/3).
Marriage toElizabeth __: (2a) Widow named Elizabeth.
Death: (2a) 14 May 1733, Hartford,CT.

(1a) 1710/11, 8 Jan: Jonathan Bigelow Sr. of Hartford, CT wrote his will. Whole estate to be divided equally amongst my children Jonathan, John, Mary,Sarah, Violet, Joseph, Abigail, Daniel and Samuel. I give all my housing and lands in equal proportion between my three youngest sons, Joseph Bigelow, DanielBigelow and Samuel Bigelow. Appoints wife Mary Bigelow and son Joseph Bigelow executors.
(1b) 1710/11, 5 Feb: Daniel Bigelow, 18 years of age, and Samuel Bigelow, 16 years of age, sons of Jonathan Bigelow, Sen., late of Hartford, dec'd,chose their uncle Thomas Olcott to be their guar 
Bigelow, Daniel (I61664)
 
40 ! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford District 1700-1729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.98-99. Cites: (a) Vol. VII, p.91093.
(2) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From theNew England Historical and Genealogical Register" (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). "Descendants of Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard, Naman Sheppard, andA.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.390.
(3) "John and Mary Warren) Bigelow," by NorrisTaylor (http://members.tripod.com/~ntgen/bw/big_index.html, 1998) viewed 22 May 2001. Cites; (a) "The Bigelow Family in America," by Gilman Bigelow Howe (Boston, Charles Hamilton, 1890). (b) "Genealogies & History of Watertown," by Bond. (c) NEHGS "Register," Oct 1910.

! Birth: (1a,2) d/o Samuel Olcott. (3) Bef. 1660.
Marriage to Jonathan Bigelow: (1a) Samuel Olcott's will left to his daughter Mary Bigelow's children, 1 Dec 1703. (2)
Death: (2) 7 Mar 1697.

(1a) 1703, 1 Dec: Samuel Olcott wrote his will. Gives to daughter Mary Bigelow'schildren, to be equally divided between them, the whole of my land in the SouthMeadow, lying in two parcels, or 20 pounds in good country pay, which my executors shall choose, and I allow them the space of 10 years to determine their choice.

! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford District 1700-1729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.98-99. Cites: (a) Vol. VII, p.91093.
(2) "Genealogies of Connecticut FamiliesFrom the New England Historical and Genealogical Register" (Genealogical Pub.Co., Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). "Descendants ofEdward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard, Naman Sheppard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.390.
(3) "John and Mary Warren) Bigelow,"by Norris Taylor (http://members.tripod.com/~ntgen/bw/big_index.html, 1998) viewed 22 May 2001. Cites; (a) "The Bigelow Family in America," by Gilman BigelowHowe (Boston, Charles Hamilton, 1890). (b) "Genealogies & History of Watertown," by Bond. (c) NEHGS "Register," Oct 1910.

! Birth: (1a,2) d/o Samuel Olcott. (3) Bef. 1660.
Marriage to Jonathan Bigelow: (1a) Samuel Olcott's will leftto his daughter Mary Bigelow's children, 1 Dec 1703. (2)
Death: (2) 7 Mar 1697.

(1a) 1703, 1 Dec: Samuel Olcott wrote his will. Gives to daughter Mary Bigelow's children, to be equally divided between them, the whole of my land inthe South Meadow, lying in two parcels, or 20 pounds in good country pay, whichmy executors shall choose, and I allow them the space of 10 years to determinetheir choice.

! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II,Hartford District 1700-1 729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT,1904) p.98-99. Cites: (a) Vol. VII, p.91093.
(2) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,NamanShep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.390.
(3) "John and Mary Warren) Bigelow," by Norris Taylor(http://members.tripod.com/~ntgen/bw/ big_index.html, 1998) viewed 22 May2001. Cites; (a) "The Bigelow Family in America," by Gilm an Bigelow Howe(Boston, Charles Hamilton, 1890). (b) "Genealogies & History ofWatertown," b y Bond. (c) NEHGS "Register," Oct 1910.

! Birth: (1a,2) d/o SamuelOlcott. (3) Bef. 1660.
Marriage to Jonathan Bigelow: (1a) Samuel Olcott's will left to hisdaughter Mary Bigelow' s children, 1 Dec 1703. (2)
Death: (2) 7 Mar 1697.

(1a) 1703, 1 Dec: Samuel Olcott wrote his will. Gives to daughterMaryBigelow's children , to be equally divided between them, the whole of myland in the South Meadow, lying in tw o parcels, or 20 pounds in goodcountry pay,which my executors shall choose, and I allow the

_UIDFC277009AD02CA43BB8E97EDB4EB9DD33492 
Olcott, Mary (I61397)
 
41 ! (1) "Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut," by Lucius BarnesBarbour (Genealogical Pub . Co., Baltimore, 1977) p.547. FHL #974.62 H1D2b.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," comp. byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. III, Hartford District 1729-1750(Hartford, 1906) p.111-112. Cites: (a) Vol.XIV, p.9 . (b) Vol. XIII,p.112.
(3) Berkshire Co., MA Deeds. (a) Vol. 22, p.11. FHL #872,086. (b) Vol.33, p.240. FHL #872, 092. (c) Vol. 8, p.159. FHL #872,078.
(4) "Hartford Times," Genealogical Page, 31 Jul 1954-16 Oct 1954. FHLFiche 6,333,836, shee t 4. B-6709 - (4) E.E.S.A. July 10, 1954.
(5) Town of Hartford, CT Probate Records, Vol. 18, 1757-1764, p.240.FHL #4,555. Will of No rman Morrison.

! Birth: (1,4) d/o John Smith/Anna Allwood. (2a) Age 13 on 6 Jul 1742(b. 1729). d/o John Sm ith. (4) 1727/8, Hartford, CT. (5) NormandMorrison called her his daughter in his will.
Baptism: (1) 10 Nov 1728, First Church, Hartford, CT.
Marriage to Robert Nevins: (1) (2b) Before 16 Oct 1752. (4) 1774.(NOTE: See notes below. D istribution of her father's estate in 1752shows her married name as Nevins.) (5) Was wife o f Robert Nevins in 1761.
Marriage to Capt. Hugh Lillie: (1) Capt. Hugh Lillie. (4) Hugh Sedlie1770. (NOTE: Could th is marriage be for another Mary? Source 4 says thiswas her 1st marriage, but the dates give n clearly prove it was not.)

(2a) 1742, 6 Jul: The Hartford, CT Court chose Col. John WHITING andCapt. George WYLLYS o f Hartford to be guardiansto Mary SMITH, age 13years, and William SMITH, age 11 years, chil dren of JohnSMITH.
(2b) 1752, 16 Oct: A discharge from the heirs of John SMITH, sometimeofHartford, merchant , to their honoured mother, Anne SMITH, now AnneMORRISON, with Capt. David WILLIAMS of Wethe rsfield, executors, theheirs now being of lawful age and having each received 1,000 pounds bills of credit in hand paid or secured to be paid by our honoured fatherand mother, Norman d and Anne MORRISON,both of Hartford, do exeonerateand discharge them from all claims or de mands;also discharge ourguardians, Col. John WHITING and Col. George WYLLYS. SignedGeorg eSMITH, Robert NEVINS, Mary NEVINS, William SMITH. Wits. RoderickMORRISON, Alexander CAMPBE LL. Recorded 1761.
(5) 1761, Apr: Norman MORRISON of Hartford, Hartford Co., colony ofConnecticut in New Engl and, wrote his will. Gives to my stepsons GeorgeSMITH and William SMITH and to my daughter M ary the wife of RobertNEVINS and to their heirs & assigns I give (Two?) whole rights on th esaid Township of Greenoch reserving only 100 acres to the above mentionedThomasFRAZIE R & his son Daniel provided he will settle there.
(3a) 1764, 22 Feb: John WALKER of Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, merchant,deeds to George SMI TH, William SMITH, Robert and Mary NEVINE, all ofHartford, for 26 pounds, 13 shillings 4pen ce, two whole rights of twosixty third parts partly lying in Common and undivided of the Tow nshipof land in Berkshire Co., MA... heretofore called Greenock, commonlycalled Hartwood, b eing the same two rights the first of which waslaidout to the heirs of Doctor Normand MORIS ON deceased... by the last willofthe said Normand to the said George, William, Robert and M ary.
(3c) 1767, 30Mar: William SMITH of Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, deedsto Mary NEVINS, one 6 3rd part of the Township of land in Berkshire Co.,MA, called Hartwood, being No.11, as lai d out both upon the old and newplan and being one of the Rights originally laid out to the h eirs ofDoctor Norman MORISON.
(3b) 1767, 30 Mar: Mary NEVINS of Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, for 5pounds, deeds to Willia m SMITH ofsaid Hartford one whole right or 1/3part of land in Berkshire, MA, now commonly c alled Hartwood, being No.21 on the old plan & No. 40 on the new plan... originally laid ou t tothe heirs of Doctor Normand MORISON late of Hartford, deceased.

! (1) "Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut," by Lucius BarnesBarbour (Genealogical Pub . Co., Baltimore, 1977) p.54 
Smith, Mary (I116639)
 
42 ! (1) "Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut," by Lucius BarnesBarbour (Genealogical Pub . Co., Baltimore, 1977) p.547. FHL #974.62 H1D2b.
(2) First Congregational Church, Hartford, CT, records 1685-1811,p.77,123. Connecticut Sta teLibrary. FHL #1,009,615.
(3) 1800 census, Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, p.248. FHL #205,618.
(4) Hartford, CT Cemetery Inscriptions, Hale Collection, CenterCemetery, p.16. FHL #3,337.
(5) Hartford, CT Probate Packets 1641-1880, FHL #1,021,564. Probate ofEstate of George Smi th.
(6) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," comp. byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. III, Hartford District 1729-1750(Hartford, 1906) p.111-112. Cites: (a) Vol. XIV, p.9 . (b) Vol.XIII,p.112.
(7) Berkshire Co., MA Deeds. (a) Vol. 22, p.11. FHL #872,086. (b)Vol.33, p.245. FHL #872, 092.
(8) "Hartford Times," Genealogical Page, 31 Jul1954-16 Oct 1954. FHLFiche 6,333,836, shee t 4. B-6709 - (4) E.E.S.A. July 10,1954.
(9) Town of Hartford, CT Probate Records, Vol. 18, 1757-1764, p.240.FHL#4,555. Will of No rman Morrison.

! Birth: (1,8) s/o John Smith/Anna Allwood. (2) Age 82 at death in 1808(b. 1726). (3) Age o ver 45 in 1800. (6a) Age 15on 6 Jul 1742 (b. 1727).s/o John Smith. (8) 1727, Hartford, CT . (9) Step-sonof Normand Morrison.
Baptism: (1,2) 19 Feb 1726/7, First Congregational Church, Hartford, CT.
Marriage to Ann Cook: (1) (8) 1769.
Death: (2,4) 15 Mar 1808.
Burial: (4) Center Cemetery, Hartford, CT.

(6a) 1742, 6 Jul: George SMITH,a minor, 15 years of age, son of JohnSMITH, late of Hartfo rd, chose Col. JohnWHITING and Capt. George WYLLYSof Hartford to be his guardians.
(6b) 1752, 16Oct: A discharge from the heirs of John SMITH, sometimeof Hartford, merchant ,to their honoured mother, Anne SMITH, now AnneMORRISON, with Capt. David WILLIAMS of Wethe rsfield, executors, theheirs now being of lawful age and having each received 1,000 pounds bills of credit in hand paid or secured to be paid byour honoured fatherand mother, Norman d and Anne MORRISON, both of Hartford, doexeonerateand discharge them from all claims or de mands; also discharge ourguardians, Col. John WHITING and Col. George WYLLYS. Signed Georg eSMITH, RobertNEVINS, Mary NEVINS, William SMITH. Wits. RoderickMORRISON, Alexander CAMPBE LL. Recorded 1761.
(9) 1761, Apr: Norman MORRISON of Hartford, Hartford Co., colony ofConnecticut in New Engl and, wrote his will. Gives to my grandson NormanMORISON the land which I purchased of Josia h (SHILSON?) of Suffield & ofElizabeth PHELPS of Hartford adjoining thereto (excepting the l and whichI have already given to my son-in-law George SMITH), together with allthe privileg es thereto belonging which may fully appear by their Deedsto me recorded at Hartford. Tom y stepsons George SMITH and WilliamSMITH and to my daughter Mary the wife ofRobert NEVINS a nd to theirheirs & assigns I give (Two?) whole rights on the said Township ofGreenoch reser ving only 100 acres to the above mentioned ThomasFRAZIER& his son Daniel provided he will s ettle there. I hereby appoint my saidwife Ann & John WALKER & George SMITH my son-in-law t o be the Executorsof this my last will and testament, and for the Trouble they shall be ati n fulfulling this Trust I discharge them of all debts due to me, theyalso discharging mefro m what is due to each of them.
(7a) 1764, 22 Feb: John WALKER of Hartford,Hartford Co., CT, merchant,deeds to George SMI TH, William SMITH, Robert and Mary NEVINE, all ofHartford, for 26 pounds, 13 shillings 4 pen ce, two whole rights of twosixty third parts partly lying in Common and undivided of the Tow nshipof land in Berkshire Co., MA... heretofore called Greenock, commonlycalled Hartwood, b eing the same two rights the first of which was laidout to the heirsof Doctor Normand MORIS ON deceased... by the last willof the said Normand to the said George, William, Robert and M ary.
(7b) 1767, 28 Mar: George SMITH ofHartford, Hartford Co., CT, for 6pounds, deeds to 
Smith, George "Captain" (I105078)
 
43 ! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.310,311.

! Birth: (1) d/o Samuel Spencer/Sarah.
Marriageto Joseph Easton: (1) 1694.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions tothe Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.310,311.

! Birth: (1) d/o Samuel Spencer/Sarah.
Marriage to Joseph Easton: (1) 1694.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ersof Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.310,311.

! Birth: (1) d/o Samuel Spencer/Sarah.
Marriage to Joseph Easton:(1) 1694.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathanielGoodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.310,311.

! Birth: (1) d/o Samuel Spencer/Sarah.
Marriage to Joseph Easton: (1) 1694. 
Spencer, Sarah (I25713)
 
44 ! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.310,312.
(2) "Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10, No. 1, Jun 1977, p.27."Connecticut Marriages Befor e 1750," Barbour Collection, Ct. State Lib.Marriage Records of Hartford, CT.
(3) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by AlbertC. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.590.

! Birth: (1) d/o Samuel Spencer/Sarah.
Marriage to Joseph Cook: (1) 8 Oct 1705. (2,3) 24 Oct 1705, Hartford,CT. (NOTE: 8Oct wa s probably publication of intention.)

(1) Had no children.

! (1)"Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.310,312.
(2) "Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10, No. 1, Jun 1977, p.27."Connecticut Marriages Befor e 1750," Barbour Collection, Ct. State Lib.Marriage Records of Hartford, CT.
(3) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.590.

! Birth: (1) d/o Samuel Spencer/Sarah.
Marriageto Joseph Cook: (1) 8 Oct 1705. (2,3) 24 Oct 1705, Hartford,CT. (NOTE: 8 Oct wa s probably publication of intention.)

(1) Had no children.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.310,312.
(2) "Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10, No. 1, Jun 1977, p.27."Connecticut Marriages Befor e 1750," Barbour Collection, Ct. State Lib.Marriage Records of Hartford, CT.
(3) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.590.

! Birth: (1) d/o Samuel Spencer/Sarah.
Marriage to Joseph Cook: (1) 8 Oct 1705. (2,3) 24 Oct 1705, Hartford,CT. (NOTE: 8 Oct wa s probably publication of intention.)

(1) Had no children.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ersof Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.310,312.
(2) "Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10, No. 1, Jun 1977, p.27."Connecticut Marriages Befor e 1750," Barbour Collection, Ct. State Lib.Marriage Recordsof Hartford, CT.
(3) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol.XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.590.

! Birth: (1) d/o Samuel Spencer/Sarah.
Marriage to Joseph Cook: (1) 8 Oct 1705. (2,3) 24 Oct 1705, Hartford,CT. (NOTE: 8 Oct wa s probablypublication of intention.)

(1) Had no children. 
Spencer, Racheal (I72659)
 
45 ! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.310,312.
(2) "The Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10, No. 2, Sep1977, p.201."Connecticut Marriages Be fore 1750," Barbour Collection, CT StateLibrary. Marriages of Hartford, CT.

! Birth: (1) 1681, d/o Samuel Spencer/Sarah. Age 75 at death on 15 Feb1756 (b. 1681). (2) d /o Samuel Spencer.
Marriage to Cyprian Nichols: (1,2) 24 May 1705. (1) His 2nd wife. (2)Hartford, CT.
Death: (1) 15 Feb 1756.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts,"byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.310,312.
(2) "The Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10, No. 2, Sep 1977, p.201."Connecticut Marriages Be fore 1750," Barbour Collection, CT StateLibrary. Marriages of Hartford, CT.

! Birth: (1)1681, d/o Samuel Spencer/Sarah. Age 75 at death on 15 Feb1756 (b. 1681). (2) d/o Samuel Spencer.
Marriage to Cyprian Nichols: (1,2) 24 May 1705. (1) His 2ndwife. (2)Hartford, CT.
Death: (1) 15 Feb 1756.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes,or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.310,312.
(2) "The Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10, No. 2, Sep 1977, p.201."Connecticut Marriages Be fore 1750," Barbour Collection, CT StateLibrary. Marriages of Hartford, CT.

! Birth: (1) 1681, d/o Samuel Spencer/Sarah. Age 75 at death on 15Feb1756 (b. 1681). (2) d /o Samuel Spencer.
Marriage to Cyprian Nichols: (1,2) 24 May 1705. (1) His 2nd wife. (2)Hartford, CT.
Death: (1) 15 Feb 1756.

!(1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of theFirst Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.310,312.
(2) "The Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10, No. 2, Sep1977, p.201."Connecticut Marriages Be fore 1750," Barbour Collection, CT StateLibrary. Marriages of Hartford, CT.

! Birth: (1) 1681, d/o Samuel Spencer/Sarah. Age 75 at death on 15 Feb1756 (b. 1681). (2) d /o Samuel Spencer.
Marriage to Cyprian Nichols: (1,2) 24 May 1705. (1) His 2nd wife. (2)Hartford, CT.
Death: (1) 15 Feb 1756.

Ancestral File Number: LP03-DJ 
Spencer, Mary (I51446)
 
46 ! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.310,315.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.614.
(3) "Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10, No. 1, Jun 1977,p.32."Connecticut Marriages Befor e 1750," Barbour Collection, Ct. State Lib.Marriage Records of Hartford, CT.

! Birth: (1) d/o Samuel Spencer/Sarah.
Marriage to Nathaniel Humphries: (1) 14 Mar 1709. (2,3) 14 Mar 1708/9,Hartford, CT.
Marriage to John Hubbard: (1,2,3) Oct 1715. (2,3) Hartford, CT.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the FirstSettl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT,1856) p.310,315.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.614.
(3) "Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10, No. 1, Jun 1977, p.32."Connecticut Marriages Befor e 1750," Barbour Collection, Ct. State Lib.MarriageRecords of Hartford, CT.

! Birth: (1) d/o Samuel Spencer/Sarah.
Marriage to Nathaniel Humphries: (1) 14 Mar 1709. (2,3) 14 Mar 1708/9,Hartford, CT.
Marriage to John Hubbard: (1,2,3) Oct 1715. (2,3) Hartford, CT.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.310,315.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912)p.614.
(3) "Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10, No. 1, Jun 1977, p.32."Connecticut Marriages Befor e 1750," Barbour Collection, Ct. State Lib.Marriage Recordsof Hartford, CT.

! Birth: (1) d/o Samuel Spencer/Sarah.
Marriage to Nathaniel Humphries: (1) 14 Mar 1709. (2,3) 14 Mar 1708/9,Hartford, CT.
Marriage toJohn Hubbard: (1,2,3) Oct 1715. (2,3) Hartford, CT.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.310,315.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.614.
(3) "Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10, No. 1, Jun 1977, p.32."Connecticut Marriages Befor e 1750," Barbour Collection, Ct. State Lib.Marriage Records of Hartford, CT.

! Birth: (1) d/o Samuel Spencer/Sarah.
Marriage to Nathaniel Humphries: (1) 14 Mar 1709. (2,3) 14 Mar 1708/9,Hartford, CT.
Marriage to John Hubbard: (1,2,3) Oct 1715. (2,3) Hartford, CT.

Ancestral File Number: 8KLC-DV 
Spencer, Agnes (I24891)
 
47 ! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49,51.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," comp. byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. 2, Hartford District 1700-1729(Hartford, 1904) p.382. Cites: (a) Vol. IX, p.266,287-2 88.

! Birth: (1) 1678, d/o Richard Edwards/Elizabeth Tuthill. Age about 86at death in 1764 (b . 1678).(2a) d/o Richard Edwards.
Marriage to Jonathan Richardson: (1) 1696.
Marriageto William Davenport: (1) 1702. His 2nd wife.
Death: (1) May 1764, Coventry,CT.

(2a) 1718, 14 Apr: Richard Edwards of Hartford, CT wrote his will.Givesto my four eldes t daughters 10 pounds to each: Elizabeth, Abigail,Ann, Mabell.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49,51.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," comp. byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. 2, Hartford District 1700-1729(Hartford, 1904) p.382. Cites: (a) Vol. IX, p.266,287-2 88.

! Birth: (1) 1678, d/o Richard Edwards/Elizabeth Tuthill. Age about 86at death in 1764 (b . 1678). (2a) d/o Richard Edwards.
Marriage to Jonathan Richardson: (1) 1696.
Marriage to William Davenport: (1) 1702. His 2nd wife.
Death: (1) May 1764, Coventry, CT.

(2a) 1718, 14 Apr: Richard Edwards of Hartford, CT wrote his will.Gives to my four eldes t daughters 10 pounds to each: Elizabeth, Abigail,Ann, Mabell.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49,51.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut ProbateRecords," comp. byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. 2, Hartford District 1700-1729(Hartford, 1904) p.382. Cites: (a) Vol. IX, p.266,287-2 88.

! Birth: (1)1678, d/o Richard Edwards/Elizabeth Tuthill. Age about 86at death in 1764 (b .1678). (2a) d/o Richard Edwards.
Marriage to Jonathan Richardson: (1) 1696.
Marriage to William Davenport: (1) 1702. His 2nd wife.
Death: (1) May 1764, Coventry, CT.

(2a) 1718, 14 Apr: Richard Edwards of Hartford, CT wrote his will.Gives to my four eldes t daughters 10 pounds to each: Elizabeth, Abigail,Ann,Mabell.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family HistoryofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49,51.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," comp. byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. 2, Hartford District 1700-1729(Hartford, 1904) p.382. Cites: (a) Vol. IX, p.266,287-2 88.

! Birth:(1) 1678, d/o Richard Edwards/Elizabeth Tuthill. Age about 86at death in 1764(b . 1678). (2a) d/o Richard Edwards.
Marriage to Jonathan Richardson: (1) 1696.
Marriage to William Davenport: (1) 1702. His 2nd wife.
Death: (1) May 1764, Coventry, CT.

(2a) 1718, 14 Apr: Richard Edwards of Hartford, CT wrote hiswill.Gives to my four eldes t daughters 10 pounds to each: Elizabeth, Abigail,Ann, Mabell. 
Edwards, Ann (I128703)
 
48 ! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49,52.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.589,615.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," comp. byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. 2, Hartford District 1700-1729(Hartford, 1904) p.382. Cites: (a) Vol. IX, p.266,287-2 88.
(4) "Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10, No. 1, Jun 1977, p.28."Connecticut Marriages Befor e 1750," Barbour Collection, Ct. State Lib.Marriage Records of Hartford, CT.
(5) "Manualof the First Church in Hartford, With a Catalogue ofSurviving Members, November 1867" (Hartford, CT, Wiley, Waterman &Eaton, 1867) p.6.

! Birth: (1) 27 Feb 1694, s/o Richard Edwards/Mary Talcott. (2) 27 Feb1693/4, Hartford, CT . (2,3a) s/o Richard Edwards.
Marriage to Christian Williamson: (1,2) 14 Dec 1719.(2,4) Hartford,CT. (4) 24 Dec 1719.
Death: (1) 16 May 1769, aged 75. (5) May 1769, Hartford, CT.

(1) Of Hartford, CT.
(3a) 1718, 14 Apr: Richard Edwardsof Hartford, CT wrote his will.Gives to son John Edward s all the other of my estate lying in cattle or"kine", horses or swine, as also all sorts o f corn orgrain, cloth,woolen or linen, utensils of my house, timber, tools, housing, lands ,and whatsoever bills, bonds, debts, chattells and credits, and whatsoeverappertains to me , either within doors or without, not expressly givenbefore in this my last will, and do her eby oblige my son John to takedue care and providefor his mother, my loving wife Mary, duri ng herlife. Appoints son John executor.
(5) 1734: Chosen Deacon, First Church in Hartford, CT.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49,52.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.589,615.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," comp. byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. 2, Hartford District 1700-1729(Hartford, 1904) p.382. Cites: (a) Vol. IX, p.266,287-2 88.
(4) "Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10,No. 1, Jun 1977, p.28."Connecticut Marriages Befor e 1750," Barbour Collection, Ct. State Lib.Marriage Records of Hartford, CT.
(5) "Manual of the First Church in Hartford, With a Catalogue ofSurviving Members, Novembe r 1867" (Hartford, CT, Wiley, Waterman &Eaton, 1867) p.6.

! Birth: (1) 27 Feb 1694, s/o Richard Edwards/Mary Talcott. (2) 27 Feb1693/4, Hartford, CT . (2,3a) s/o RichardEdwards.
Marriage to Christian Williamson: (1,2) 14 Dec 1719. (2,4) Hartford,CT. (4) 24 Dec 1719.
Death: (1) 16 May 1769, aged 75. (5) May 1769, Hartford, CT.

(1) Of Hartford, CT.
(3a) 1718, 14 Apr: Richard Edwards of Hartford, CTwrote his will.Gives to son John Edward s all the other of my estate lying in cattle or"kine", horses or swine, as also all sorts o f corn or grain, cloth,woolen or linen, utensils of my house, timber, tools, housing, lands ,and whatsoever bills, bonds, debts, chattells and credits, and whatsoeverappertains to me ,either within doors or without, not expressly givenbefore in this my last will, and do her eby oblige my son John to takedue care and provide for his mother,my loving wife Mary, duri ng herlife. Appoints son John executor.
(5) 1734: Chosen Deacon, First Church in Hartford, CT.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticutand Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49,52.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.589,615.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records

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Edwards, John (I76702)
 
49 ! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49,52.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.589.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records,"comp. byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. 2, Hartford District 1700-1729(Hartford, 1904) p.382. Cites: (a) Vol. IX, p.266,287-2 88.
(4) "The New England Ancestry of Dana Converse Backus," comp. by MaryE. N. Backus (Private ly Printed, Salem, MA: Newcomb & Gauss Co.,Printers, 1949) p.19-20.

! Birth: (1) 8 Jan 1696. (1,4) d/o Richard EDWARDS/Mary TALCOTT. (2) 3Jan 1695/6, Hartford , CT. (2,3a) d/o Richard EDWARDS. (4) 3 Jan 1696.1/2 sister of Rev. Timothy EDWARDS.
Marriage to Joseph BACKUS Jr.: (1) 1 Mar 1722. (4) 1 Mar 1721/2.
Death: (1) Oct1747, Hartford, CT. Age 51. (4) 17 Oct 1747.

(3a) 1718, 14 Apr: Richard EDWARDS of Hartford, CT wrote his will.Gives to daughter Hanna h 140 pounds.

!(1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of theFirst Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49,52.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society,"Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.589.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," comp. byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. 2, Hartford District 1700-1729(Hartford, 1904) p.382. Cites: (a) Vol. IX, p.266,287-2 88.
(4) "The New England Ancestry of Dana Converse Backus," comp. by MaryE. N. Backus (Private ly Printed, Salem, MA: Newcomb & Gauss Co.,Printers, 1949) p.19-20.

! Birth: (1) 8 Jan 1696. (1,4) d/o Richard EDWARDS/Mary TALCOTT. (2) 3Jan 1695/6, Hartford , CT. (2,3a) d/o Richard EDWARDS. (4) 3 Jan 1696.1/2 sister of Rev. Timothy EDWARDS.
Marriage to Joseph BACKUS Jr.: (1) 1 Mar 1722. (4) 1 Mar 1721/2.
Death: (1) Oct 1747, Hartford, CT. Age 51. (4) 17 Oct 1747.

(3a) 1718, 14 Apr: Richard EDWARDS of Hartford, CT wrote his will.Gives to daughter Hanna h 140 pounds.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford,CT, 1856) p.49,52.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.589.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," comp. byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. 2, Hartford District 1700-1729(Hartford,1904) p.382. Cites: (a) Vol. IX, p.266,287-2 88.
(4) "The New England Ancestryof Dana Converse Backus," comp. by MaryE. N. Backus (Private ly Printed, Salem, MA: Newcomb & Gauss Co.,Printers, 1949) p.19-20.

! Birth: (1) 8 Jan 1696.(1,4) d/o Richard EDWARDS/Mary TALCOTT. (2) 3Jan 1695/6, Hartford , CT. (2,3a)d/o Richard EDWARDS. (4) 3 Jan 1696.1/2 sister of Rev. Timothy EDWARDS.
Marriage to Joseph BACKUS Jr.: (1) 1 Mar 1722. (4) 1 Mar 1721/2.
Death: (1) Oct 1747, Hartford, CT. Age 51. (4) 17 Oct 1747.

(3a) 1718, 14 Apr: Richard EDWARDSof Hartford, CT wrote his will.Gives to daughter Hanna h 140 pounds.

! (1)"Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49,52.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.589.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," comp.byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. 2, Hartford District 1700-1729(Hartford, 1904) p.382. Cites: (a) Vol. IX, p.266,287-2 88.
(4) "The New England Ancestry of Dana Converse Backus," comp. by MaryE. N. Backus (Private ly Printed, Salem,MA: Newcomb & Gauss Co.,Printers, 1949) p.19-20. 
Edwards, Hannah (I21560)
 
50 ! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49,53.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.589.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records,"comp. byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. 2, Hartford District 1700-1729(Hartford, 1904) p.382. Cites: (a) Vol. IX, p.266,287-2 88.
(4) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," comp. byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. 3, Hartford District 1729-1750(Hartford, 1906) p.45-46. Cites: (a) Vol. XI, p.247-274.
(5) "Pitkin Family of America," by A.P. Pitkin (Hartford, CT: Lockwood& Brainard Co., 1887 ) p.16. FHL #1,036,056, item 2.
(6) "Headstones of Hartford, Connecticut. Center Cemetery InscriptionsBefore 1800," comp . by Charles H. Hale, State Military Necrologist (CTState Lib.; rpt. New England Genealogy ,http://pages.prodigy.net/kathyb/Hstone1.htm, viewed 25 Jun 2002).

! Birth: (1,2,6)1 Nov 1702. (1,6) s/o Richard EDWARDS/Mary TALCOTT. (2)Hartford, CT. (3,3a ) s/o Richard EDWARDS. (3a) Under age 21 on 14 Apr1718 [b. after 1697]. (6) Age 30at deat h in 1732 [b. 1702].
Marriage to Jerusha PITKIN: (1) 1731. (4a) Jerusha. (5) 1 Mar 1731.
Death: (1,5,6) 4 Nov 1732, aged 30. (4a) Will dtd 3 Nov 1732. Inventorydtd 2 Dec 1732, Har tford, CT.
Burial: (6) Center Cemetery, Hartford, CT.

(1) Of Hartford, CT.
(3a) 1718, 14 Apr: Richard EDWARDS of Hartford, CT wrote his will.Gives to son Samuel al l my land in the long meadow in Hartford; also mynew pasture lying by the road leading to Wi ndsor, and also all my landin Colchester, lying in two pieces, containing 250 acres; also 2 0pounds,to be paid when he is 21 years of age.
(4a) 1732, 3 Nov: Nuncupative will ofSamuel EDWARDS, late of Hartford,CT, decd.: The evid ence of the honourable Joseph TALCOTT is: "And assoon as I came to him he said: 'I have alte red my mindas the what Iintended to give my wife, and I give her 800 pounds.' The addition tothe minutes of his giving his wife 800 pounds I put in writing themorning after he died , that his relations might know what part and how."Signed Joseph TALCOTT. Sworn in Probate C ourt at Hartford, CT. Test:Joseph TALCOTT Jr., Clerk. I, Eunice TALCOTT Jr., well remember t hatbeing at Mr. Samuel EDWARDS's the night before he died, my father cominginto the house w here Mr. EDWARDS lay sick, I told Mr. EDWARDS my fatherwas come. He said, "Well, it is well , but I might have one thingaltered. I will give my wife more than I have." And when my fat her cameup to the bed, Samuel EDWARDS said: "I have altered my mind as to what Iintended t o give to my wife, and I might have the legacy altered. Itmust be 800 pounds." Signed this 3 rd day of November, Anno Dom. 1732.Eunice TALCOTT.Sworn in Court. Test: Joseph TALCOTT Jun. , Clerk.
(4a) 1732, 2 Dec: Inventory of the estate of Samuel EDWARDS ofHartford, CT taken by John S KINNER, JamesCHURCH and Joseph TALCOTT Jr.Valued at 2547.13.03.
(4a) 1733, 23 Apr: At the Court of Probate held at Hartford, CT, theHon. Joseph TALCOTT an d Eunice TALCOTT swore to the evidence written,and under oath declared that the testator, Sa muel EDWARDS, was of sounddisposing mind and memory at the time he altered the legacie give n tohis wife Jerusha and made it 800 pounds.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49,53.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.589.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," comp. byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. 2, Hartford District 1700-1729(Hartford, 1904) p.382. Cites: (a) Vol. IX, p.266,287-2 88.
(4) "A Digest 
Edwards, Samuel (I126193)
 

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