Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records
Charles W. Manwaring,
Vol 2, p 120
Sergt. Nathaniel STOW, Middletown. Died Feb, 1704-5. Invt. £368-09-09, taken 20 Feb 1704-5, by John HALL, Seth WARNER & Alexander ROLLO.
Court Record, Page 63 -- 6 Mar 1704-5: Adms. to Thomas STOW, Sen., a brother of the deceased. Recog., £200.
Page 82 -- 4 Apr 1706: Thomas STOW of Middletown, Adms. on the estate of Nathaniel STOW, presented an account of his Adms.:
Has paid in debts & charges, £92-14-05
The real part, £231-00-00
Personal part, £153-03-03
Deduction 1/2 real part given Samuel STOW by deed, £115-10-00
There remains of the real estate, £115-10-00
And of personal estate there remains, £92-14-05
There remains to be distributed in equal parts, £57-08-10
To Thomas STOW, to Samuel STOW, to heirs of John STOW, to Mary SPALDING, to Thankful HILL, & to heirs of Elizabeth BIDWELL, decd. This Court order a distribution of the estate, and appoint Lt. Thomas WARD, Alexander ROLLO & Deacon Joseph ROCKWELL distributors.
To John STOW, to Thankful HILL, to Samuel COTTON (son of Mary SPALDEN alias COTTON), to Samuel BIDWELL (husband of Elizabeth BIDWELL, decd.), and to Thomas STOW (brother of Sergt. Nathaniel STOW). By Thomas WARD, Alexander ROLLO & Joseph ROCKWELL.
Court Record, Page 95 -- 7 Jul 1707: Report of the dist. on file.