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Susannah Treat 1

  • Born: 8 Oct 1629, Weathersfield, Hartford, Conn
  • Christened: 8 Oct 1629, Pitminster, England 2
  • Marriage (1): Robert Webster in 1652
  • Died: Between 1705 and 1709, Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, USA 2
  • Buried: Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, USA 2

bullet  General Notes:

Seven years before her death she made the following Will:

"In the Name of God, Amen, the three and twentieth day of January in the year of Our Lord One Thousand, Six Hundred Ninety and eighth, in the tenth year of the Reign of our Souverigne Lord William the third, by the Grace of God, King of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, Defender of the faith, &c.

"I, Susannah Webster, of the town of Hartford, widow (sole executrix to the last will and testament of my honored husband, Robert Webster, deceased) doe now make and ordain this to be my last will and testament: and touching the dist. of both that estate of my deceased husband, Robert Webster, and of those temporal goods and estate which God hath blessed me withal, my will is that the same be dist. and disposed of as follows:

"I give to my five sons, Jonathan, Samuel, Robert, Joseph, and William Webster, and to the now surviving children of my eldest son, John Webster, deceased (to-wit: John, Ebenezer, Jacob, Daniel, Sarah, Ann and Abigail) the full sum of 100 in current silver money of New England (being so much as was given me by my good friend John Hull of Boston, decd.) their several parts of which sum is and shall be reckoned as included in the lands hereinafter to them respectively assigned, which legacy or devise I make to them especially in consideration of the prudence, industry and help in paying the debts of my husband Robert Webster, their father above-named, and saving the estate.

"I give to my above-named grandchildren, John, Ebenezer, Jacob, Daniel, Sarah, Ann and Abigail Webster, in right of their father, my deceased son John Webster, all that capitol, messuage, tenement, barn, outhouses and 8 acres of land (being part of the homelot of my deceased husband).

"I give to Jonathan Webster 8 acres of my home lot with his dwelling house, barn, outhouses and appurtenances.

"I give to Samuel Webster, my son, 8 acres of my home lot with his dwelling house and outhouses and appurtenances thereto belonging.

"I give to my son Robert Webster, my lands situated below Rocky Hill, about 40 acres, on which his dwelling house now standeth, with his house, outhouses and all their appurtenances.

"I give to my son Joseph Webster, 15 acres of my lot on land called the Plaine.

"I give to my son William Webster, 15 acres of my lott or land called the Plaine.

"I give to my daughter Sarah Mygatt (she having already received her portion of her father's estate) 12 pence.

"I give to my two granddaughters, Mabel and Elizabeth Grave, daughters of my deceased daughter Susannah Grave, late wife of John Grave, to make the full sum of 32.

"I give to my daughter Mary King, the wife of Thomas King, with what she has already received, 32.

"I give to my daughter, Elizabeth Seamore, the wife of John Seamore, besides what I have already given her, 32.

"I appoint my five sons to be joint executors.

Susannah Webster (Her X Mark)

Witnesses: Caleb Stanley, Samuel Richards 1


Susannah married Robert Webster, son of Governor John Webster and Agnes Smith, in 1652. (Robert Webster was born on 17 Nov 1619 in Cossington, Leicestershire, England, christened on 8 Dec 1619 in Cossington, Leicestershire, England,2 died on 31 May 1676 in Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, USA and was buried on 31 May 1676 in Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, USA 2.)



1 Joanne Todd, The Fene Pool: JTR's Colorful Family History( : accessed 8 Mar 2011).

2, Ancestral File Record( : accessed 9 Mar 2011).

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