Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records
Charles W. Mainwaring,
Vol 2, p 85
HUBBARD, Daniel, Middletown. Died November, 1704. Invt. £214-18-03. Taken 5 December, 1704, by John CORNWALL, Sen. & John HALL. Will dated 8 November, 1704.
I, Daniel HUBBARD of Middletown, doe make this my last will and testament: I leave unto my loving wife Sarah the use and improvement of my dwelling hourse, barn and homelott, and 2 acres of my boggy meadow, for her comfortable subsistence during her natural life, and 1/3 part of all my personal estate to be disposed of as she shall see meet. The rest of my lands nad personal estate it is my will that it be equally shard amongst all my children. I appoint my wife to be executrix, and request Lt. Thomas WARD to be overseer.
Daniel X HUBBARD, LS.
Witness: Samuel HALL,
Court Record, page 63 -- 6 March, 1704/5: Will proven.
Page 78 -- 8 Mar 1705/6: Sarah HUBBARD, widow, executrix, exhibited now an account of her Adms., and this Court order dist. of the estate and appoint Capt. John HALL, Lt. Thomas WARD & Mr. Alexander ROLLO distributors.
Record on File: To Daniel HUBBARD of Haddam, son of the decd., to Margaret, to Sarah, to Mehetabell, and to Mary HUBBARD, by John HALL, Thomas WARD and Alexander ROLLO.