Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records
Charles W. Mainwaring,
Vol 1, p 220
MILLER, Thomas. Court Record, Page 51 -- 9 May, 1666: This Court considering the Estate of Thomas MILLER, Inventoried, and the desire of his wife, lately deceased, in reference to the wrongs done to her by his notorious uncleanness, that ye Court could State Some Considerable part of the Estate of the sd MILLER upon her child, the wife of Nathaniel BACON, doe therefore see just Cause to allow Nathaniel BACON, husband to Ann BACON (daughter of ye sd. Thomas and Isabel MILLER), all ye wearing Apparell, linin and woolen, with those other small things mentioned in the Inventory £5-05-00; also the Cow and Calf in BACONs Custody; also ye warming pan and great BIBLE £5-05-00, to Anne BACON, in ye old Trunk. And out of ye Estate thirty pounds (£30) more to be paid unto ye said Nathaniel BACON by the 25th of March next ensueing, in Current Corne, Beef, or Porke, or otherwise to Nathaniel BACONs Content. This being discharged by Thomas MILLER, it is to be a final issue of all demands tht Nathaniel BACON may make for charges in Keeping Isabel MILLER, or for her burial, or upon any other account for things past. The Lands of Thomas MILLER Stand as Security. The pillion is granted to Mary WARD.