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John Allyn

Male 1655 - 1707


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  • Born  24 Jun 1655  Windsor , Hartford Co. CT Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender  Male 
    Died  27 Aug 1707 
    Person ID  I21903  Killmer Family
    Last Modified  16 Dec 2012 

    Father  Thomas Allyn,   b. 1635, Braunton, Devon, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 14 Feb 1696, Windsor, Hartford, CT Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Relationship  Natural 
    Mother  Abigail Warham,   b. 27 May 1638, Windsor, Hartford Co. CT Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1694, Hartford, Hartford Co. CT Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Relationship  Natural 
    Married  21 Oct 1658  Windsor, Hartford, CT Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID  F06676  Group Sheet

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    • A DIGEST OF THE EARLY CONNECTICUT PROBATE RECORDS.
      1700 to 1710.

      Page 178-9 Name: John Allyn Location: Windsor
      Invt. ?320-13-06. Taken 27 August, 1707, by Benjamin Newbery and Samuel Moore. Will dated 25 May, 1697. The last will and testament of John Allyn, of Windsor, is as followeth: Imprimis: After the payment of all due debts and funeral charges, I dispose of my outward estate as followeth: All my land at Hartford swamp I give to my brother Benjamin, and to his heirs and assigns after him, never to be alienated from the name. If he have no male heir, then to be to my brother Thomas, or, next, to my brother Samuel. For the rest of my lands and moveable estate, I give to the children of my brothers and sisters; only to my sister Gilbert's child and to my sister Jane's child I give ?5 more than to any of the rest. To my brother Matthew Allyn and his children I give nothing; only to his son Josias I give a set of silver buttons. I appoint my brother Thomas Allyn my executor, and with him my brother Benjamin Allyn when he shall be of age.
      Witness: Samuel Mather, John Moore, Senior.
      John Allyn, ls.
      Court Record, Page 99--20 October, 1707: Thomas Allyn and Benjamin Allyn, of Windsor, exhibited in this Court the last will and testament of their late Brother, John Allyn, decd., whereof they are appointed executors. Will proven. Capt. Matthew Allyn and Henry Wolcott, of Windsor, appealed from this determination of this Court, allowing the will of John Allyn, to the Court of Assistants to be holden at Hartford May next. Recog. ?20.
      Page 141 (Vol. VIII) 18 May, 1713: Whereas, Thomas and Benjamin Allyn, who were executors, are now decd., this Court grant Adms., with the will annexed, to Col. Matthew Allyn.
      Page 188--5 April, 1714: This Court now grant Adms., with the will annexed, to Samuel Allyn, of Windsor, and Ebenezer Gilbert, of Farmington.
      Page 214--6 September, 1714: Ebenezer Gilbert of Farmington, Adms. on the estate of John Allyn, late of Windsor, appeared in Court and declared that he justly suspected Capt. Timothy Thrall, Samuel Allyn and Joanna, the wife of Samuel Bancroft, and Anne Allyn, widow, all of Windsor, to have in custody or possession some considerable part of that estate. Citation was issued for these persons to appear at Court to be interrogated upon oath.
      Page 14 (Vol. X) 2 April, 1723: Timothy Loomis, Jacob Drake and Israel Stoughton are appointed to divide the real estate according to the will of John Allyn, decd.
      Page 9 (Vol. XIV) 3 August, 1742: Samuel Allyn, of Windsor, Adms. on the estate of John Allyn, was cited to appear and render an account of his Adms. as per writ on file. Sd. Adms. now produced in Court an account of his Adms. on sd. estate, which, being imperfect, is not allowed. He prays for time to perfect sd. account, which is allowed.
      Page 13--26 November, 1742: Ann Allyn, alias Loomis, Adms. on the estate of Benjamin Allyn, which sd. Benjamin was an executor on the estate of John Allyn, of Windsor, decd., by her son Benjamin, her attorney, presented to this Court an account of sundry debts and charges against the estate of John Allyn, whereby it appears the sd. Benjamin Allyn, executor aforesd., decd., has paid in debts and charges ?60-16-09; also an account of charges against the estate of ?2-07-09, which was exhibited by Henry Wolcott, of Springfield, which account is accepted by the Court. Also, Benjamin Allyn, attorney, exhibited an account of credit received to the sd. estate of ?5-17-02; accepted.
      Note: Sd. Henry Wolcott appeared as atty. to Thomas Wolcott, of Ancrom, James Ward and Timothy Thrall, heirs to the estate of the sd. decd.
      Dist. of lands on file: 7 January, 1751: To Henry Wolcott, to heirs of Joanna Stoughton, to heirs of Ebenezer Gilbert, to heirs of Samuel Allyn, to heirs of Thomas Wolcott, to heirs of Sarah Ward, to heirs of William Thrall, to heirs of Thomas Allyn; by Jonathan Hills, Samuel Wells and John Pitkin.