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*a large sute 5# an old druget coat 10/

£ 05-10-00

*old kerey coat 10/ an old kerey vest 8/

£ 00-18-00

*3 old vests 18/ and a pr of leather breeched 6/

£ 01-04-00

*a pr of old leather breeches

£ 00-04-00

*a pr striped breeches 3/ three pr old breeches 3/

£ 00-06-00

*1 old tow vest 3/ two pr old woolsted stockings 4/

£ 00-07-00

*2 pr new woolsted stockings 9/ 2 pr of old stockings 2/6

£ 00-11-06

*a caster hat 16/ pr gloves 2/6 a pr of old gloves 1/0

£ 00-18-06

*2 old hats 4/ a holland shirt 3/6

£ 00-07-06

*a speckled linen shirt 7/ an old tow shirt 3/

£ 00-10-00

*2 small pieces new cloth 3/ two new silk handkerchiefs 11

£ 00-14-00

*2 old handkerchiefs 1/6 a raisor and ink horn 2/

£ 00-03-06

*a knife and fork and penknife 1/8 a psalm book 1/

£ 00-01-08

*fan 1/ a gun 2£ a sword and belt 16/

£ 02-17-00

*a pr stiliards 12/ a bible 5/ a small sermon book /6

£ 00-17-06

*a stone jug 6/ a small glass bottle /6

£ 00-06-06

*a set small buttery and a buckle

£ 00-04-00

*a pr shoes 5/ a pr stockings 5/

£ 00-10-00

*a pr shoe buckles 1/ a yard of kerey 5/

£ 00-06-00

*a young horse 6£ an old horse 2100 a cow 3£

£ 11-10-00

*a swine 18/ a syth 6/ 2 old syths and backling 5/

£ 01-09-00

*a chest 8/ a feather bed 1180 3 old coverlids

£ 03-02-00

*1 old cattail bolster 3/ one hide 5/6 a large hoe 4/

£ 00-12-06

*a ax 4/ a spade 2/6 2 old bridles 6/

£ 00-12-06

*an old ladle 7/ a pr leather stockings 7/6

£00-09-06

*a sett of cart boxes 10/ and half the other belongong to a cart 7/

£ 00-17-00

*a fork 2/ cart rope 6/ a low bedsetead 4

£ 00-12-00

/*shoemakers working geer 4/ lasts jars pitch holy & a pr of iron kettles 14/

£ 00-18-00

*a pr beetle rings 1/6 plow and plow irons 1£

£ 01-01-00

*draught chain 5/ a hamell 5/ a pr tongs 1/6

£ 00-11-06

*bark in the barn 15/ a feather bolster 5/

£ 01-00-00

*a box with a lock to it 4/6 a yoke 2/6

£ 00-07-00

*4 acres and ½ salt meadow at the cove

£ 22-10-00

*2 acres of land at the plains loth

£ 06-00-00

*3 acres of land at a place called Chedsey field

£ 09-00-00

*9 acres of land a little below foxens

£ 13-10-00

*10 acres of land between foxens and alling ball

£ 10-00-00

*4 acres and ½ of the fresh meadow

£ 11-05-00

*the half of the tanyard and buildings and other convinences belonging to it

£ 15-00-00

Total

£ 127-05-02



*two fifths parts in the house and half the home lot and half the corn barn

£47-00-00

*2 barrels cyder 16/ rye 100 Indian corn 30/ flax and oats 14/

£ 04-00-00

Total

£ 178-05-02

#20 Daniell Chedsey

Administration of the estate of Daniell Chedsey late of East Haven deceased was granted unto Caleb Chedsey and Isaac Dickerman in thier bond and surety.


Vol. 4, page 439

      At the Court of Probate held at New Haven Monday January 17th 1716/17

      Present John Alling, Esq. Sole Judge


    



Vol. 4, page 448      

At the Court of Probate held at New Haven Monday January 17th 1716/17

        Present John Alling, esq. Sole Judge       

An inventory of the estate of Daniell Chedsey of East Haven deceased as it was appraised by us whose names are underwritten this 18th day of Dec 1716.    


    



Caleb Chedsey administrator sworn in Court

test Joseph Whiting Clerk

Caleb Chedsey administrator of the estate of Daniell Chedsey late of East Haven deceased exhibited to be added to the inventory of said estate for debts due to it, £ 13-18-09 the said administrator  also exhibited an account of debts due from said estate and court charge and loss of a horse amounting to as allowed £ 44-08-08 and is allowed for charge of administration past and to come £ 5-6-8 the first sum added to the inventory makes the whole £ 192-03-11 and the latter sums being deducted from the whole remaining clear estate £ 142-08-07 which of the motion of the said administrator is ordered by this court to be divided into 3 small shares which rule yields £ 47-09-06 1/3 to each of the following brothers and sisters free holdery appointed to divide the same are Ebenezer Chedsey Samuel Hotchkiss and Joseph Holt all of East Haven being first sworn according to law and return  of their doings to be made to this court by the first Monday of Oct next.

Vol. 4, page 467

Samuel Hotchkiss

  Joseph Holt sworn in court