Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records
Charles W. Manwaring,
Vol 2, p 204
John GILL, Sen., Middletown. Invt. £285--03-00. Taken 19 May 1712, by Samuel HALL, Nathaniel SAVAGE & Ebenezer SMITH. Also land within the bounds of Haverhill, in Massachusetts Providence, valued at £70.
An agreement, signed 19 May 1712: We whose names are underwritten do jointly & severally agree to the disposal made by our father John GILL of Middletown, decd., although no legally disposed, as followth:
To Richard, the eldest son, a tract of land, 20 acres, £20-00-00; One piece of 4 acres, 3-06-08; To land in Haverhill, Mass., 18-00-00; Personal Estate, 6-15-00.
To Joshua, second son, 20 acres valued at £20-00-00; 2 acres, 1-15-04; Land at Haverhill, Mass., 18-00-00; Personal property, 2-08-00.
To Ebenezer, 20 acres with buildings, £106-00-00.
To John, land, 30 acres, £30-00-00; 7 acres, 14-00-00; Personal estate, 2-00-00.
To Judith the daughter, land at Haverhill, £30-00-00.
In witness to this agreement we have set our hands.
Richard GILL, L. S.
Joshua GILL, L. S.
Ebenezer GILL, L. S.
John GILL, L. S.
Judith GILL, L. S.
Court Record, Page 80 -- 2 Jun 1712: Adms. granted to Ebenezer GILL, his son, who, with his brother, Richard GILL, exhibit an inventory. Also they exhibit an agreement. Accepted and approved.