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A DIGEST OF THE EARLY CONNECTICUT PROBATE RECORDS.
1729 to 1732
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Page 148, 193 Name: Jonathan Pasco Location: Stafford
Invt. 567-17-00. Taken 20 February, 1728-9, by Benjamin Howard and Samuel Warner.
Will dated 23 January, 1728-9
. I, Jonathan Pasco, planter, of Stafford, in the County of Hartford, do make this my last will and testament: I give to my honoured and tender mother my house lott whereon my house stands, to her and her heirs forever. I give to John Burroughs, Jr., son to my sister Elizabeth deceased, 50 acres of land; also to Timothy Simmons, son of my sister Margaret, I give 50 acres of land, which these 50 acres lyes in the North Village of Stafford in one tract. I give to my brother John Pasco 100 acres of land in Stafford, lying northwest of John Clemmons's house lot. Also, I give to my brother James Pasco my home lott of 50 acres on ye west side of Town Street in Stafford. As to my moveable estate I dispose of it as followeth: To my intended spouse, Experience Church, I give my heifer and least brown steare, the rest of my stock to pay my debts and to be sold to pay any necessary charges, at the discretion of my executors, namely, my honoured mother, my brother John Pasco, and my brother John Warner, whom I order to pay to my two sisters, Sarah Hadlocks and Margery Bement, 4 apiece. I give to Jonathan Pasco, son of my brother John Pasco, my Cedar Swamp lott, to him and his heirs forever.
Witness: John Graham, Samuel Warner, Benjamin Rockwell.
John Pasco.
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Court Record, Page 16--3 March, 1729-30: Will proven.

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