Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records
Charles W. Manwaring,
Vol 3, p 205
Samuel STOW, Jr., Middletown. Invt. £543-07-11. Taken 14 May 1735, by John SAGE, John WARNER & Jonas GREEN.
Court Record, Page 26 -- 6 May 1735: Adms. to Ebenezer SAGE. Recog., £2000, with Elisha COLEMAN of Wethersfield.
Page 43 -- 6 Apr 1736: Account exhibited by Ebenezer SAGE, Adms., & moves that a sufficiency of moveables be set out to the widow for her necessity. Set our £60-14-02 by order of the Court.
Page 52 -- 2 Nov 1736: These may certify to all whom it doth concern: That we the subscribers, being present at the sign post in the North Society in Middletown on the 23 day of June 1736, did then see Ebenezer STOW, of Middletown, administrator on the estate of Samuel STOW, late of Middletown deceased, set up at public vandue the house and so much of the land of sd. decd. as to make £104-19-10, with costs & charges: and the house and other buildings sold for £50 to Ebenezer WHITE, the highest bidder, and the land belonging to sd. house was sold to sd. WHITE for £60, he being the highest bidder. Charges of sale, £5-08-01. Signed: Charles BUCKLEY, John SAGE, Jun:r
Page 11 (Vol XVI) -- 1 Jan 1750-1: Submit STOW, 15 years of age, only daughter and sole heir to the estate of Samuel STOW, Jr., chose her father-in-law Lt. Joseph SAVAGE of Middletown to be her guardian. Recog. £400. Certified to this Court by Thomas JOHNSON, J. P.