Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records
Charles W. Mainwaring,
Vol 3, p 222-223
Daniel BACON, Middletown. Invt. £691-12-03. Taken 20 June, 1738 by Solomon ADKINS, Nathaniel BACON and Wm. ROCKWELL
Court Record, Page 30 -- 27 June, 1738: Adms to Hannah BACON, widow. Recog. with Josiah BEARDSLIE of Stratford.
Page 50 -- 5 June, 1739: Hannah BACON, Adms., exhibits an account of her Adms. Accepted.
Page 19 (Vol. XIV) 13 May, 1743: Hannah BACON, alias FAIRCHILD, Adms. having finihsed her account of Adms., moved for a distribution of the moveable part of the estate: Whereupon this Court appoint NAthaniel BACON, Benjamin ADKINS, and William ROCKWELL distributors. Invt. on record with additions and £6-16-06 as per credit on the Adms. account, £669-13-09. The real estate subtracted, there remains £161-09-05. Debts and charges, with allowance for bringing up the children, £127-06-09, which being subtracted from the moveable part of the invt., there remains £44-02-08 to be distributed. This Court order 1-3 part to Hannah BACON, alias FAIRCHILD, and the remainder to Mary and Hannah BACON, monor children.
Page 36 -- 16 January, 1743-4: Report of the distributors accepted and filed.