Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records
Charles W. Manwaring,
Vol 2, p 439
John STOW, Jr., Middletown. Invt. £228-15-02. Taken 28 Mar 1722, by John BACON, John COLLINS & Nathaniel STOW.
Court Record, Page 169 -- 5 Jun 1722: This Court appoint John STOW of Middletown to be guardian to Solomons STOW, a minor, about 15 years of age. This Court now grant Adms. on sd. estate unto John STOW, son of sd. decd. Bathsheba STOW, widow, is appointed guardian to two of her children, viz., Martha STOW, 10 years, & Ebenezer STOW, 8 years of age. Recog., £50.
This Court appoint Nathaniel STOW of Middletown to be guardian to Jeremiah STOW, a minor, 18 years of age. Recog. £50.
Page 38 (Vol. X) -- 3 Mar 1723: John STOW, Adms., exhibits now an account of his Adms. Accepted.
There remains to be dist. of the real & personal estate, £185-15-02
To Bathsheba STOW, alias HUBBARD, relict of the decd., £4-16-09
To John STOW, eldest son, £51-13-07
To Elizabeth HUBBARD, Jeremiah, Solomon, Martha & Ebenezer STOW, the rest of the children, to each, £25-16-11.
And appoint John COLLINS, Nathaniel STOW & John BACON, distributors.
Page 19 (Vol. XI) -- 5 May 1730: Ebenezer STOW, 16 years of age, son of John STOW, made choise of his brother John STOW to be his guardian. Recog. £100.
Page 1 (Vol. XII) -- 28 Mar 1734: Report of the Distributors.