Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records
Charles W. Manwaring,
Vol 1, p 334
Thomas HUNGERFORD, Haddam (East). Invt. £278-00-06. Taken 5 February 1713/14, by John Willee, John Smith, and Thomas Clarke.
Will dated 11 January, 1713/14: I, Thomas Hungerford, of Haddam, do dispose of my estate as followeth: I give to my wife Mary Hungerford all my buildings; also certain land joyning Abell Willee's land, during life. I give to my son Thomas Hungerford's eldest son Thomas one-half of my interest in lands in Stonington which descended to me from my father; also one-half-part of my furth division on the east side of the Eight-Mile River. I give to my son John Hungerford and his male heirs my buildings and the whole of my 180-acre allotment, after my decease, excepting what I have given to my wife during her life. I give to my son Green Hungerford one-half part of my interest in lands in Stonington; also one-half part of my fourth division allotment east of 8-mile river; also all my right in Moodus Meadow upon the Falls River. I give unto my 5 daughters, viz., Elizabeth, Susannah, Sarah, Mary and Esther, the remainder of my personal estate. I give to my grandson John all my rights in Lyme and the undivided lands.
Witness: Stephen Hosmer, Daniel Brainard, Daniel Cone
Court Record, Page 186 -- 5 April 1714: Will proven. Adms. with will annexed, to Thomas Hungerford, son of the deceased.