Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records
Charles W. Manwaring,
Vol 3, p 126
Seth WARNER, Middletown. Invt. £529-11-10. Taken 28 Nov 1729, by John COLLINS & Joseph ROCKWELL. Will dated 8 Jul 1729.
I, Seth WARNER of Middletown, do make this my last will & testament: I give to my brother Robert WARNER the eastern end of my lott at Three-Mile Hill, so far westward as the west side of the small swamp that lies southward of the Burnt Swamp. And the remainder of my land there westward in the sd. lott I give to my brother Samuel WARNER and my sister Mary WHITMORE to be equally divided between them. And I give to my brother Robert WARNER the whole of my right & title to and in the homestead & land in the lott whereon my brother Robert now dwells, that is to say, my reversion right in sd. land, and also my reversion right in the pasture land so call, and also my riht that I had or have in Wongum lands, and my whole right in all other lands whether divided or undivided. All which I give to my brother Robert WARNER. I give to my brother Samuel WARNER all my wearing apparrell. I give to my brother Robert WARNER the whole of my stock of creatures, both horse kind & neat cattle, also my tools of what name soever, he paying to my sister Mary 20 shillings money. I also give to my brother Robert WARNER my chest & my saddle. I give to my dearly beloved friend Phebe HUBBARD £35 current money, the whole £35 to be paid within three years after my decease. I do hereby appoint my brother Robert WARNER executor.
Seth WARNER, L.S.
Witness: Abel TRYON, John BROWN, Joseph ROCKWELL.
Court Record, Page 5 -- 4 Nov 1729: Will exhibited.