Person:Jacob Webster (6)

m. Bef 1678
  1. Sarah Webster1678 -
  2. Captain John Webster1680 - Bef 1753
  3. Anne Webster1682 - Bef 1759
  4. Abigail Webster1686 - Aft 1725
  5. Ebenezer Webster1689 - 1776
  6. Jacob WebsterEst 1691 - Bef 1727
  7. Captain Daniel Webster1693 - 1765
m. 16 Feb 1717/18
Facts and Events
Name[1] Jacob Webster
Gender Male
Birth[1] Est 1691 Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States (probably)Estimate based on dates of births of siblings.
Called third son in father's will.
Marriage 16 Feb 1717/18 Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United Statesto Elizabeth Nichols
Death[1][2] Bef 8 Jun 1727 Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States (probably)Before date of inventory.
Estate Inventory[2] 8 Jun 1727 £593-08-05. Taken by Samuel Catlin and James Ensign.
Probate[2] 5 Sep 1727 Administration to the widow.
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 John Webster; Jacob Webster, in Barbour, Lucius Barnes. Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut. (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1977)
    647, 50.

    "Jacob Webster s of John & Sarah (Mygatt) died 1727"

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Webster, Jacob, Hartford, in Manwaring, Charles W. A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records. (Hartford, Conn.: R. S. Peck & Co., 1904-06)

    "Probate Records. Vol. X, 1723 to 1729. Recorded in Vol. XII, Page 100-101.

    Webster, Jacob, Hartford. Invt. £593-08-05. Taken 8 June, 1727, by Samuel Catlin and James Ensign.

    Court Record, Page 164—5 September, 1727: Adms. to Elizabeth Webster, widow.

    Page 165—3 October, 1727: Invt. now exhibited.

    Page 170—5 March, 1727-8: Capt. Cyprian Nichols to be guardian to his grandchildren, Elizabeth age 7 years, Jacob 5 years, and Hezekiah 18 months, children of Jacob Webster decd.

    Page 3 (Vol. XI) 7 October, 1729: Elizabeth Webster, Adms., exhibits an account of her Adms. And this Court order that the moveables be set out to the widow, there not being enough to pay the debts.

    Page 6 (Vol. XIII) 3 May, 1737: The children of Jacob Webster, by Cyprian Nichols their guardian, moves this Court that the dower belonging to the widow Elizabeth Webster, alias Powell, be set out to her, and that the remainder of lands may be improved for the heirs. This Court appoint James Ensign, Thomas Richards and Samuel Catlin to set out the widow's dower.

    Page 72—2 September, 1740: Benjamin Osborn, of Litchfield, in right of his wife Elizabeth Webster, daughter of Jacob Webster, moves this Court for a dist. of the moveable estate, of which Elizabeth Webster, widow and Adms., exhibited an account, which is accepted. Order to dist. to the heirs: To the widow, £32-16-00; To Jacob Webster, eldest son, £28-01-01½; To Hezekiah and Elizabeth Webster, alias Osborn, to each, £14-00-07 The distributors were allowed, £1-08-00

    And appoint Capt. Joseph Cooke, James Ensign and Deacon Thomas Richard, distributors."