Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records
Charles W. Manwaring,
Vol 2, p 185
Thomas CRIPPIN, Sen., Haddam. Invt. £47-03-00. Taken 24 January 1709, by John FULLER, Thomas ROBINSON & Samuel ROWLEY. Will dated 10th May 1705.
I, Thomas CRIPPIN, Sen., of East Haddam, commonly called Machamoodus, in the County of Hartford, do make this my last will & testament: I give by deed to my son Thomas CRIPPIN one-half my land at Machamoodus, and to my son Jabez CRIPPIN, the other half, reserving only the dwelling house and one-third part of the above said land for the use of my wife Frances CRIPPIN, all my moveable estate left to be equally divided between my four daughters, viz., Katharine ROWLEY, Mary CORBEE, Mercy & Experience CRIPPIN.
Thomas X CRIPPIN
Witness: William SPENCER
Court Record, Page 18 -- 4 Sep 1710: Adms, with will annexed, to Jabez CRIPPIN.
Page 62 -- 3 Mar 1711-12: The Adms. exhibits account of sundry legacies paid and discharged by him, under the hands of the persons to whom the legacies were due, which account this Court accept Consideratum Est., order on file, and grant a Quietus Est.