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Helen Schatvet Ullman, CG, FASG, "Hartford District Probate Records from 1750", The Connecticut Nutmegger vol. 36, no. 1 (Jun 2003):33-52.

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17:85-86

Fuller, Thomas, Willington

[p. 37]

Will 4 Mch 1754, wit Mary Fuller, Jonathan Fuller, Sarah x (her mark) Jinings

inv Nov 1754, app Ebenezer Heath Jr, Daniel fuller, John Pearl

son David to be sole ex, brother Daniel as supervisor.

Legatees: David, Solomon, sons
    Thomas decd
    Esther, Mehetabel Whitney, daughters
    Sarah, grandchild [in pencil: her father having had his portion (d of Thomas)

    Court Record. Page 46. 3 Dec 1754. Will & invt exhibited. Solomon aged 18 chose his brother David to be his guardian.


Colleen Cyr, "Some New Milford Slaves & Their Descendants", The Connecticut Nutmegger vol. 36, no. 2 (Sep 2003):250-255.

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Pg. 415

Belden Whitney and Shelden Whitney twin sons of Kate a

[p. 253]

negro servant of Saml. Canfield Edsq. born on the 28tyh day of Sept. 1797.


Perry T. Green, "Family Records as Copied from the Mark Baskett Bible - 1761", The Connecticut Nutmegger vol. 36, no. 3 (Dec 2003):372-375.

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NAMES BIRTHS DEATHS
John Hubbard Cook Feb. 22, 1813 March 28, 1889
Frances Ann Whitney Sept. 10, 1824 March 29, 1893
 
Children's Names:
 
John Frederick Cook June 20, 1848
Willie Francis Cook Apr. 1, 1851
Horace Mann Cook Jan. 18, 1854
Fannie Whitney Cook March 20, 1857 March 23, 1857
George Edwin Cook Apr. 5, 1858 Sept. 28, 1859
Mary Elizabeth Cook Jan. 16, 1865

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