Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records
(Hartford District),
Charles W. Mainwaring,
Hartford, 1902,
Vol 2, p 472

          HUNNEWELL, Elizabeth, Middletown. Invt 68-18-01. Taken 26 July 1712, by William HARRIS and John HARRIS

          Court Record, Page 23 -- 4 December 1710: Adms. granted unto John HONNEYWELL, son of sd. decd.

          Page 84 -- 7 July 1712: Whereas John HONNEYWELL has gone out of this Colony and is absent as sea, and hath not finished his Adms. on sd. estate, this Court now grant Adms. unto Samuel WILLIAMS of Wethersfield, who married one of of the daughters of sd. decd.

          Page 87 -- 4 August 1712: Exhibit of an inventory.

          Page 145 -- 1st June 1713: Samuel WILLIAMS of Wethersfield, Adms., ordered to sell land to the highest bidder, to produce 11 current money for the payment of just debts.

          Page 150 -- 6 July 1713: Samuel WILLIAMS exhibits now an account of his Adms:
                    Has paid in debts and charges 17-17-05
                    Produce of the land sold 52-00-00

Order to dist. to John HUNNEWELL, eldest son, a double portion, and to each of the daughters a single portion. And appoint John ROCKWELL, Sergt. William WARD, and Mr. Joseph STARR, distributors. and this Court grant Samuel WILLIAMS a Quietus Est.

          Dist. File: August, 1713: To John, only son; to Elizabeth WILLIAMS , a daughter of the sd. decd.; to Bridget HUNEWELL, youngest daughter. By John ROCKWELL, William WARD, and Joseph STARR.

          Page 126 -- 4 Oct 1714: Report of the distributors.

          Page 86 (Vol VII) 5 Aug 1706: Bridget HUNEWELL of Middletown, 15 years of age, daughter of John HUNEWELL, late of Middletown, made choice of her uncle Isaac JOHNSON to be her guardian.