Note: Henry was also known as Capt. Henry. In 1701 Henry was a Deputy. His will of 6/18/1751 and proved 4/25/1752, Executors were sons Henry and Jonathan. To his wife Judith movables while a widow. To his granddaughter Rosanna Hall a great iron kettle. To his grandson Peleg Sweet 10 shillings his mother had had. To his six sons and daughter Mary Weaver and heirs of Judith Andrews (deceased) the rest of the movables equally. Inventory at that time was 407 pounds, 16 shillings, wearing apparel, warming pan, cow, calf and heifer, gun, etc.
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