Note: * worldconnect info need to verify A DIGEST OF THE EARLY CONNECTICUT PROBATE RECORDS. 1635 to 1650. Name: Amos Williams Location: Court Record, Page 396--11 March, 1662-3. The Magestrates order Sam: Boreman to deliver the little Bible and a paper book vnto Amos Williams, wch was given to him by his Mother. and that he and Will: Goodrich dist. the Estate to ye Creditors.
A DIGEST OF THE EARLY CONNECTICUT PROBATE RECORDS. 1677 to 1687. Page 145-146 Name: Amos Williams Location: Wethersfield Died 20 August, 1683. Invt. �217-15-00. Taken by Samuel Talcott, James Treat. The children: Amos age 13 years, Samuel & Elizabeth 6, Susannah 3 years. Court Record, Page 76--6 December, 1683: Invt. exhibited. Page 10--(Vol. VI) 3 January, 1697-8: Lt. Thomas Hollister moveing this Court that some suitable persons be appointed to Dist. the Estate of Amos Williams, late of Wethersfield Decd, he the sd. Hollister having married the Relict of sd. Williams, this Court appoint Nathaniel Foote, William Burnham and Jonathan Boreman to Dist. the Estate according to an Order of Court made 18 December, 1683. Dist. File: 1701: To Amos, to SAMUEL, to Susannah, to Elizabeth Williams alias Hollister. By William Boardman, Nathaniel Foote & Jonathan Boardman. Page 24--(Vol. VII) 1 January, 1701-2: Whereas the Court did formerly appoint some persons to Dist. the Estate of Amos Williams, late of Wethersfield Decd, to the Widow and Children, they have proceeded therein so far as at present they can, there being �80-18-06 wanting of the Estate. The Distributors having made Return thereof under their hands, viz, William Burnham, Nathaniel Foote & Jonathan Boreman, it being moved to this Court how the remaining part should be paid or made up, the Court are of opinion that the persons to whom the sd. Estate was committed in Trust, their Executors or Adms., should make it good. * Pioneer Settlers, with Genealogical Notices. (By Samuel H. Congar.): MISCELLANEOUS.-- Amos Williams, appears in 1700; may have been that elder bro. of Matthew, b. 1645. Nath. and Gersholm, are of rec. 1734. Capt. Amos, d. 19th Apr. 1744 a. 70. Amos, Esq., d. 26th June, 1754, a. 64. Capt. Thomas, d. 12th July, 1830, a. 90. Eleazer, d. 11th May, 1814, a. 80. Samuel, d. 1st Apr. 1812, a. 99. Samuel, Jr., d. 7th Apr. 1824, a. 70; hence their descen. should be able to trace their lineage.
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