m. 26 Nov 1640
Facts and Events
Name sometimes spelled ALFORD, ALVORD or ALVARD
Probate Records of Jeremiah Alford: Invt. in Vol. VIII, Page 12
Page 55 (Vol VIII) 5 February, 1711-12: Jane Alvard, of Windsor, widow, Adms. on the estate of Jeremiah Alvard, exhibited an account of her Adms.
Debts and charges subtracted from the moveable part, 63-09-04
Page 83--7 July, 1712: This Court appoint Jane Alverd to be guardian to her four children: Jane Alverd, 14 years; Joanna, 10; Elizabeth, 6; Job, 4; children of Jeremiah Alverd, late of Windsor, deceased.
Page 258--5 July, 1715: Jane Alverd, a minor, now 17 years of age, made choice of James Enno, of Windsor, to be her guardian. Recog. œ50. Johanna Alverd, 14 years of age, chose Eleazer Hill to be her guardian. Recog. œ50. Also this Court appoint Eleazer Hill to be guardian to Elizabeth Alverd, age 9 years. Recog. œ50. And appoint Benedict Alverd to be guardian to his brother, Job Alverd, age 7 years, all children of Jeremiah Alverd, late decd.
Page 57 (Vol. IX) 1st April, 1718: Whereas, Colo. Matthew Allyn, Mr. John Moore and Serjt. Daniel Loomis, of Windsor, were formerly appointed by this Court to distribute the estate of Jeremiah Alverd, sometime of Windsor, deceased, which distribution by them was not fully finished, this Court do now appoint Daniel Loomis, Josiah Cooke and Timothy Loomis, of Windsor, to finish the distribution according to the order formerly given by this Court to distribute the sd. estate.
Page 64--6 May, 1718: There was now exhibited a return, under the hands of the distributors, that the estate of the sd. deceased so remaining being houseing and land, to divide the same would much wrong if not spoil the whole, whereupon the Court order the sd. distributors to set out the houseing and lands of the sd. deceased unto Benedict Alverd, eldest son, he paying unto the rest of the children their equal and proportional parts or share of the true value of the aforesd. houseing and lands (after a double part thereof unto the sd. eldest son is taken out).
Page 97--3 March, 1718-19: A report of the distributors allowed. This Court appoint Jeremiah Alverd, of Windsor, to be guardian unto Elizabeth Alverd, a minor, age 14 years, daughter of Jeremiah Alverd, late of Windsor, deceased. Recog. œ50.
Page 128--7 June, 1720: Elizabeth Alverd, of Windsor, about 14 years of age, appeared before this Court and made choice of Mr. John Palmer, of Windsor, to be her guardian. Rec. œ50.
Page 136--6 September, 1720: John Palmer, of Windsor, guardian to Elizabeth Alverd, exhibited accot. of what estate he had received of Jeremiah Alverd, her former guardian, amounting to œ3-06-00, which accot. is accepted.
Page 160--5th day of September, 1721: Jeremiah Alverd, being cited to render accot. of his guardianship over Elizabeth Alverd, ordered continued.
Page 163--6 February, Anno Dom. 1721-2: John Palmer, guardian to Elizabeth Alverd, of Windsor, minor, summoned Jeremiah Alverd, of sd. Windsor, to this Court to render an accot. of his guardianship while he was guardian to sd. minor, who now appeared and rendered an accot. whereby it appears to this Court that the sd. Jeremiah Alverd hath the pewter plater in his custody, which he demanded for his trouble and charge amounting to the sum of œ18-06-00 in the time of his guardianship, which by this Court is allowed, and the sd. Jeremiah Alverd is discharged of his account of guardianship except œ11-03-07, which it is said he received as guardian to sd. minor of Benedict Alverd, his brother; and John Palmer is ordered to pay sd. Jerem. Alverd his cost, which is 5s.
Page 174--7 August, 1722: Whereas, the house and the homelott of Jeremiah Alverd, decd., was by order of this Court on the 16th of May, 1718, set out the whole of it to Benedict Alverd, eldest son, provided he pay the rest of the heirs their proportionable parts in sd. homestead, the sd. Benedict appeared in Court and produced receipts that he had fully paid to sd. heirs their parts, excepting Job Alverd, a minor, to whom the sd. Benedict is guardian.
Page 71 (Vol. X) 19 February, 1724-5: Job Alverd, a minor, about 16 years of age, son of Jeremiah Alverd, late decd., chose James Enno, of Windsor, to be his guardian. Recog., œ50.
Page 199--3 September, 1727-8: A dist. according to order of the Court, 6 April, 1726, by meets and bounds, to three of the children of Jeremiah Alverd, late of Windsor, decd., vizt.: Job, Joanna and Elizabeth Alverd, under the hands of Thomas Moore, Nathaniel Drake and Timothy Loomis, dist. Dist. File: 7 July, 1727: To Job, Joanna, and to Elizabeth's heirs, and to Joanna Alverd, alias Loomis, by Thomas Moore, Nathaniel Drake and Timothy Loomis. [Source: A DIGEST OF THE EARLY CONNECTICUT PROBATE RECORDS, 1700 to 1710.]