Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records
Charles W. Mainwaring,
Vol 3, p 70-71
HUBBARD, Richard, Sen. Middletown. Invt. £59-19-01. Taken 23 August 1732, by Ephraim ADKINS, Joseph ROCKWELL and Nathaniel BROWN. Will dated 14 Jul 1731.
I, Richard HUBBARD, Sen., of Middletown, do make this my last will and testament: I give to my wife Martha the 1/2 of my household goods and stock and other moveable estate, and the improvement of the other half of my household goods and stock and other moveable estate, and of my homelott and long meadow lott, so long as she continues my widow. I give to my daughter Martha what I have given her by deed of gift, viz., £45 in land and the products of about 30 acres more, which was £25, and £45 in land and the products of about 30 acres more, which was £25, and £7-17-06 which she has already received, the whole being £77-06-06. I give to my daughter Elizabeth what I have given her by deed of git, which amounts to £44, and 1/2 of an acre of land on the Neck at 20 shillings, and £24-10-04 in moveables and money whihc I advanced by the sale of lands to pay her debts after she was a widow, the whold being £69-10-04. I give to my daughter Hannah ye lands and goods, £69-13-00. I give to my daughter Mary lands and goods, £69-16-00. I appoint my wife Martha sole executrix.
RICHARD X HUBBARD, LS
Witness: Solomon ADKINS,
Court Record, Page 75 -- 5 September, 1732: Wil & invt. exhibited and approved.