Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records
(Hartford District),
Charles W. Mainwaring,
Hartford, 1902,
Vol 3, p 289


          HUBBARD, Nathaniel, Sen., Middletown. Invt. 341-09-03. Taken 2 Jun 1738, by Solomon ADKINS, Ephraim ADKINS and Wm. ROCKWELL. Will dated 6 Mar 1734-5.

          I, Nathaniel HUBBARD, Sen., of Middletown, in the County of Hartford, being sensible by my great age and weeakness through it that my departure is at HAND, do make and ordain this my last will & testament: I give to my son Nathaniel HUBBARD what I have given him by deed of gift and 10 in money more, and 1/2 of my land on the west side of the mountain, belonging to the lott my son Ebenezer liveth on. I give to my son John HUBBARD what I have given him by deed of gift and 5 in money more, and 1/2 of my land on west side of the mountain, belonging to the lott my son Ebenezer liveth on. I give to my son Ebenezer HUBBARD what I have given him by deed of gift and 10 shillings more. I give to my daughter Mary what I have given her by deed of gift and a share in the remainder of the homelott, so much as with the 1/2 acre already given to her to make her part equal in value with her sisters' part in the homelott, except Sarah; and also a pewter platter which her mother designed for her. I give to my daughter Abigail 10-15-00 in money, which is to make her equal with the rest of them, and an iron kettle and an old brass kettle which her mother designed for her. I give to my daughter Elizabeth 10-15 in money, which is to make her equal with Esther, and my feather bed and blankets. I give to my daughter Sarah 1/2 of an acre of land at the southeast corner of my homelott to lye square and my new brass kettle and my iron pott, and a pewter platter, which her mother designed for her. I give to my daughter Thankfull 7-15-00 in money to make her equal with Esther, and my hetchell between her and her sister Hannah. I give to my daughter Hannah 7-15-00 in money to make her equal with Esther and 1/2 of my hetchell and my chest. I give to my daughter Esther my warming pan. My will is that my debts, funeral charges and ye legacies above mentioned to be paid to my children be paid out of my household stuff not here disposed of, and out of my stock so far as they will go, and the rest to be made up out of my homelott. And what remains of my homelott and buildings upon it I give to my 7 daughters, to Abigail, Elizabeth, Sarah, Thankfull, Hannah and Esther equal parts in it and to Mary such a part as with the half acre I have already given her to make her part equal in value to her sisters; parts except Sarah, who is to have the half acre above mentioned besides her equal part in the rest. I appoint my sons Nathaniel and John HUBBARD executors.

                                  NATHANIEL X HUBBARD, SEN. L.S.,
Witness: William ROCKWELL,
Benjamin HAND Jr., Ebenezer ROCKWELL

          Court Record, Page 30 -- 5 Jun 1738: Will Proven.


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