Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records
Charles W. Manwaring,
Vol 3, p 78
John LEWCAS, Middletown. Invt. £26-11-06. Taken 2 Jun 1729, by Samuel COTTON & Zacheus CANDEE.
Court Record, Page 2 -- 2 Aug 1729: Invent. exhibited by Sarah LEWCAS, widow. And this Court appoint Sarah LEWCAS to be guardian to her son Joseph LEWCAS, 7 years of age. Recog., £50.
Page 22 - 2 Jun 1730: Sarah LEWCAS, Adms., reports the estate insolvent.
Page 35 -- 5 Jan 1730-1: Sarah LEWCAS, Adms., showing that part of his estate was a small frame house standing on Town land, and will not therefore go into the inventory, this Court advise to sell at vandue and return the avails to this Court.
Page 40 (Vol. XIII) -- 2 Feb 1738-9: Joseph LEWCAS, son of John LEWCAS, chose his uncle Jacob WHITMORE to be his guardian. Recog., £100. Cert: Giles HALL, J.P.