EZEKIEL WRIGHT, 1829 br>
Saybrook, Middlesex County, Conn. Probate Records
Vol. 9 1826 - 1830 and Vol. 10 1831 - 1838 (FHL Film #5532)
Vol. 11 1838 - 1844 and Vol. 12 1844 - 1852 (FHL Film #5533)
[Transcribed by Julia Marshall]
Town of Saybrook, Conn. Probate Records, Vol. 9 1826 - 1830
Adm. (6 Sep 1829)
At a Court of Probate, holden at Say Brook in and for the District of Say Brook on the 6th day of Sept 1829. Present William Lynde Esq. Judge
Daniel Wright is appointed Administrator of all and singular the goods, chattels and Estate of Ezekiel Wright late of Say Brook deceased, gave Bond according to Law.
Six months are limited and allowed the creditors to the Estate of Ezekiel Wright late of Say Brook deceased in which to exhibit their claims for acceptance and allowance to the Administrator on said Estate or be debarred a recovery.
Distribution (7 Jan 1830)
A Distribution of the Estate of Mr. Ezekiel Wright late of Say Brook deceased,
Set to the Widow Lydia Wright, In personal Estate as on file ..$259.85
Set to David 2nd Son, In personal Estate as on file .$24.44
Set to David 2nd Son 7 ½ acres land $31.56
Set to Josiah Wright 3rd Son, In personal Estate as on file $56.00
Set to Ezekiel Wright 4th Son, In personal Estate as on file .. $56.00
Set to Clarissa Burgett, Eldest Daughter, 7 ½ acres of land called the L---- $37.50
In personal Estate as on file $28.50. --- in all . $66.00
Set to Lydia Johnson 2nd Daughter, In personal Estate as on file . $56.00
Set to Rachael Clark 4th Daughter 4 ½ acres of land at the great Hammock @ $10 per acre $45.
In personal Estate as on file .$56.00
Set to Louisa Griswold 3rd Daughter, a right in the ----- ---- $15.44, In personal Estate as on file $40.06 ----- ---- amt ..$56.00
We, the Widow and children of Ezekiel Wright late of Say Brook deceased do agree to and with each other unto the foregoing distribution, and each for oc---- personally, as set down to us, as our full and legal proportion then belongs to us severally, and we do by their pursuits? agree to quit all our claims from and to each other according to the foregoing distribution. Signed with our hands, and sealed with our Seals, this 30th day of November A.D. 1826.
Lydia Wright, L.S.
David Wright, L.S.
Josiah Wright, L.S.
Jonathan Wright, L.S.
Ezekiel Wright, L.S.
Josiah Burghett, L.S.
John Johnson, L.S.
Lydia Johnson, L.S.
Beula Grinnell, L.S. (appears to be GRINNELL here, but GRISWOLD below??)
Louisa Griswold, L.S. (GRISWOLD or GRINNOLD?)
Richard Clark, L.S.
Justus Clark, L.S.
Clarissa Burghett, L.S.
In presence of
Middlesex County so. Say Brook Nov 30th, 1826
Personally appeared Lydia Wright, David Wright, Josiah Burgett, Ezekiel Wright, John Johnson, Beula Griswold, Rachael Clark, Josiah Wright. Signed & sealed of the foregoing instrument and acknowledged the same to be their actual hand, Before me, Jedediah Harris, Justice of peace.
Middlesex County - Killingworth May 7, 1827
Personally appeared Jonathan Wright, Lydia Johnson, Louisa Grinnold(Griswold?), and Justus Clark. Signers and sealers of the written instrument, and acknowledged the same to be their free act and ----. Before me, Jedediah Harris, Justice of the peace, At the present Term of this Court, the foregoing distribution was presented accepted & ordered to be recorded.