Administration Record of Henry Sewall
Henry Sewall, late of Bath. Sarah Sewall, widow, and James Sewall, both of Bath, Adm'rs, 29 May, 1795. [VI, 101.] John Minot Moody and Thomas Clapp, both of Bath, sureties. Inventory by Joshua Philbrook, Joshua Raynes and Benjamin Ham, all of Bath, 19 Aug., 1795. [VII, 212-213.] Division of estate among Samuel Sewall, Jenny Sewall, Betsey Davenport, James Sewall, Henry Sewall, David Sewall, Joshua Sewall, Nancy Sewall, Hannah Sewall, Polly Sewall and Charles Sewall, children of deceased, by Edward Hall Page and Christopher Cushing, both of Bath, and William Bradbury, of a place called Chester, Kennebec County, 19 Sep., 1801. [VIII, 173-4.] Widow's dower set off by Edward Hall Page, Christopher Cushing and William Bradbury, 19 Sep., 1801. [Unrecorded.]
Source: The Probate Records of Lincoln County, Maine, 1760 to 1800 (Portland, Me.: Printed for the Maine Genealogical Society, 1895), p. 260, citing Lincoln County, Maine, Probate Records.
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