Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records
Charles W. Mainwaring,
Vol 3, p 232
BOOGE, William, East Haddam. Invt. £432-11-08. Taken 17 August, 1737, by Joshua BRAINARD, Jabez CHAPMAN and Ephraim GRISWOLD.
Court Record, Page 15 -- 4 October, 1737: Adms. granted to Dorothy BOOGE, widow. Recog., £800, with Samuel INGRAM of West Haddam.
Page 89 -- 2 June, 1741: William BOOGE, age 18 years, chose his uncle John BOOGE to be his guardian. Recog., £300. Elizabeth and Dorothy BOOGE chose their mother Dorothy BOOGE to be their guardian, and she was appointed guardian to Ephraim BOOGE, age 5 years. Recog. £200.
Page 90 -- 2 June, 1741: Dorothy BOOGE, Adms., exhibited an account of her Adms., which account is accepted.
Page 42 (Vol. XIV) 10 May, 1744: Dorothy BOOGE, widow, having administered on the sd. estate., the heirs, viz., William and Elizabeth now moved to this Court for a dist. which this Court grant:
£ - s - d To Dorothy BOOGE, widow 124-10-05 To William BOOGE, eldest son 71-02-10 To Jonathan, Timothy, Dorothy, Ephraim
and Elizabeth BOOGE, to each of them
their single portions
And appoint Lt. John BROCKWAY, Ensign John COMSTOCK and Mr. William COMSTOCK, of Lyme, distributors.