"Probate Records. Vol. VIII, 1710 to 1715. Page 282.
Westover, Hannah, Symsbury, Widow. Invt. £17-12-03. Taken 6 May, 1714. by Richard Case and Jonathan Westover. Will dated 1st August, 1713.
In the name of God, amen. I, Hannah Westover of Symsbury, in the County of Hartford and Colony of Connecticut, relict to Jonah Westover of Town, County and Colony aforesd. decd., being weak and sick in body, yet of sound mind and judgement and of perfect memory, do dispose of what I have: First of all and principally, I give and bequeath my soul to God that gave it, and my body to Christian burial. And touching my worldly goods, I give in manner following: First, I give and bequeath to my six daughters 40 shillings to each daughter, and the remainder, if any be, to be equally divided to my daughter Hannah Alverd and my daughters Mary Case, Jane Byington and Johannah. 2. To Jonah, my stack of rye. 3. I give also to my daughter Johannah my biggest pig, and the smaller pig I give to my son Jonathan. August the first, 1713. This being my will and testament, I set to my hand this first day of August, 1713.
Hannah X Westover.
Witness: John Slater, Samuel Addams.
Court Record, Page 198—7 June, 1714: Will proven. There being no executor appointed, this Court grant letters of Adms., with the will annexed, unto Samuel Case and Jonathan Westover."