Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records
(Hartford District),
Charles W. Mainwaring,
Hartford, 1902,
Vol 3, p 600 - 601

          MILLER, Thomas, Middletown. Will dated 22 February, 1746: Know all Christian people whom these presents may concern: That I, Thomas MILLER, a soldier in the honourable Brigr. WALDO's regiment, and in that company of which John HUSTON is captain, being sick and weak of body, but of sound sense and memory, and considering the certainty of death and the uncertainty of its coming, do now make this my last will and testament in the manner and form as followeth:

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          Third: and lastly, I give to my well-beloved brother Moses MILLER all my goods or estate I have here present with me, or shall appertain or fall to me by virture of the expedition against this Island of Cape Breton, and also all my goods and estate Ihave or ever shall fall to me in any part of New England, after my just and lawful debts are paid. And I do constitute him the sd. Moses MILLER to be my lawful and sole executor in this my las will and testament.

                                        Thomas MILLER, L.S.
Witness: Samuel GREEN,
William KELLOG,

          Court Record, Page 20 -- 5 August, 1746: A copy of the last will and testament of Thomas MILLER, late of Middletown, in the County of Hartford (decd. at Lewis Bourg), was now exhibited in this Court by Moses Miller, executor named in sd. will, which will is by this Court approved, ordered to be recorded and kept on file. Which sd. copy came attested by B: GREEN, Secretary, of Lewis Bourg, in which office the original will is filed.

          Page 127 -- 1st May, 1750: This Court grant Adms. on the estate of Thomas MILLER, late of Middletown, unto William Miller of Middletown, who gave bond with William WHITMORE of Middletown of 500.