Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records
Charles W. Mainwaring,
Vol 3, p 132
WHITE, Martha, Middletown. Invt. £35-04-03. Taken 22 June, 1730, by John WARNER and Samuel GIPSON, which includes 2 bonds of £10 each in the hands of Solomon and Daniel COIT of New London.
Susannah WHITE, the wife of Ensign Daniel WHITE of Middletown, and her daughter, Ruth STONE of Gilford, testifyeth that about February 1729-30, at the house of sd. Ensign WHITE, proposed to her mother (Mrs. Martha WHITE, widow) to give to her daughter Esther her kettle, her bed, one pillow, two blankets and her curtains. The sd. widow, her mother, replyed: "She may have them if she will. I do desire it." Further saith not.
Test: before John HAMLIN, J.P.
Court Record, Page 21 -- 2 June, 1730: Adms. to Daniel WHITE and Samuel STOW.
Page 48 -- 6 July, 1731: Adms. account accepted and Quietus Est. granted.