Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records
Charles W. Manwaring,
Vol 3, p 62
Nathaniel HAMLIN, Middletown. Invt. £1224-09-09. Taken 18 Nov 1731, by John COLLINS, Joseph ROCKWELL & William WHITMORE. Finished 3 Apr 1732. Exhibited in Court 6 Jun 1732.
Court Record, Page 71 -- 6 Jun 1732: Adms. granted to Sarah HAMLIN, widow.
Page 10 (Vol XIII) -- 7 Jun 1737: This Court appoint Richard HAMLIN of Middletown to be guardian to William HAMLIN, a minor, 12 years of age, & Harris HAMLIN, aged about 5 years, sons of Nathaniel HAMLIN, the mother of sd. minor consenting thereunto. Recog., £200. An account of Adms. on Nathaniel HAMLIN's estate was exhibited in Court by Sarah HAMLIN, the relict of sd. decd., alias Sarah BACOR, and Nathaniel BACOR, now husband to the sd. relict, by which account it appears they have paid in debts & charges, with what is allowed the widow for bringin up her children, the sum of £94-18-04, which account is accepted by the Court. This Court do appoint Nathaniel BACOR to be guardian to Sarah HAMLIN, a minor, aged 9 years, daughter of Nathaniel HAMLIN. Recog., £150.
Page 25 (Vol XIV) -- 7 Jun 1743: Nathaniel BACON, in right of his wife, who was the relict of Nathaniel HAMLIN, late of Middletown, moved to this Court that her right of dower may be set out to her in the estate of the sd. deceased: Whereupon this Court appoint Nathaniel GILBERT, William ROCKWELL, & Joseph WRIGHT, of Middletown, to set out her rights of dower, viz., 1-3 part of the buildings & lands, by bounds.
Page 27 -- 5 Jul 1743: Return of the setting out of the widow's dowry. Accepted.