Person:John Hollister (8)

m. Bef 1640
  1. Elizabeth HollisterEst 1640 - Est 1670
  2. Sergeant John HollisterEst 1642 - 1711
  3. Lieutenant Thomas HollisterEst 1648 - 1701
  4. Joseph Hollister1652 - Bef 1674
  5. Sarah HollisterAbt 1654 - 1691
  6. Lazarus Hollister1656 - 1709
  7. Mary Hollister1658 -
  8. Captain Stephen HollisterEst 1658 - 1709
  • HSergeant John HollisterEst 1642 - 1711
  • WSarah Goodrich1649 - 1700
m. 20 Nov 1667
  1. John Hollister1669 - 1741
  2. Lieutenant Thomas Hollister1672 - 1741
  3. Joseph Hollister1674 - 1746
  4. Sarah Hollister1676 - 1715
  5. David Hollister1681 - 1753
Facts and Events
Name[1] Sergeant John Hollister
Gender Male
Birth[1] Est 1642 Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States (probably)
Marriage 20 Nov 1667 Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United Statesto Sarah Goodrich
Will[1][3] 22 Nov 1711 Glastonbury, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Death[1] 24 Nov 1711 Glastonbury, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Probate[2] 19 Dec 1711 Will presented. Approval requested. Eldest son John objected.
Probate[2] 7 Jan 1711/12 Administration to Joseph Hollister. Eldest son John appealed.
Estate Inventory[2] 1 Apr 1712 £79-06-09. Taken by Thomas Hale, Nathaniel Talcott and Samuel Hale.
Probate[2] 1 Sep 1712 Administration to Joseph Hollister and his sister Elizabeth.
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 John Hollister, in Jacobus, Donald Lines, and Edgar Francis Waterman. Hale, House and Related Families, Mainly of the Connecticut River Valley. (Hartford: The Connecticut Historical Society, 1952)
    617.

    "2. Sergt. John2 Hollister (John1), born about 1642, died at Glastonbury, Conn., 24 Nov. 1711; … In June 1710, John Hollister, Sr., of Glastonbury, Yeoman, sued John Hollister, Jr., of Glastonbury, Cordwainer, because the latter unjustly entered into 7 acres at Nayaug in Glastonbury, being the 'Fee and Inheritance' of the said John Hollister, Sr., which he had by Articles of Agreement and Settlement between (1) Thomas Treat and (2) Thomas, David, Ephraim and Joseph Hollister. The will of John Hollister, Sr., of Glastonbury, dated 22 Nov. 1711, proved 19 Dec. 1711, named his sons, John, Thomas, David, and Ephraim; daughter Sarah; son Joseph; daughter Elizabeth Hollister, single woman; mentions inheritance from brother Lazarus and brother Joseph."

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Hollister, John, Sen., Glastonbury, in Manwaring, Charles W. A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records. (Hartford, Conn.: R. S. Peck & Co., 1904-06)
    2:227-28.

    "Probate Records, Vol. VIII, 1710 to 1715. Page 93.

    Hollister, John, Sen., Glastonbury. Invt. £79-06-09. Taken 1st April, 1712, by Thomas Hale, Nathaniel Talcott and Samuel Hale. Will dated 22 November, 1711.

    Know all men by these presents: That whereas, I, John Hollister, Sen., of Glastonbury, being sick, do make this my last will and testament: My will is that what I have already settled upon my sons, viz., John, Thomas, David and Ephraim Hollister, shall be the whole of what I shall give to each and every of them of my estate. What I have settled upon my daughter Sarah shall be the whole of her portion of my estate. What I have given my son Joseph Hollister and settled upon him, together with the seven acres of exchanged (lands), the which I do hereby give and bequeath to him, shall be the whole of what he shall have of my estate. I give to my daughter Elizabeth Hollister, single woman, all my moveable estate, a certain parcel of land and all that part of the estate of my late brother Lazarus Hollister that may fall to me by law, and also what belongs to me of my late brother Joseph Hollister's estate, all to be to her and to her heirs forever.

    JOHN HOLLISTER, SEN., LS.

    Witness: Daniel Andrews, Thomas Kimberly.

    (No executor.)

    Court Record, Page 41—19 December, 1711: Joseph Hollister exhibits will and asks to have it proven. John Hollister, Jr., objects.

    Page 44—7 January, 1711-12: Adms. to Joseph Hollister (there being no executors appointed). John Hollister, the eldest son, appealed to the Superior Court from the order of the Court with respect to the probate of the will.

    Page 66—7 April, 1712: Invt. exhibited and allowed.

    Page 88— 1st September, 1712: This Court allow Elizabeth Hollister, daughter of the deceased, Adms. with Joseph Hollister, her brother, joyntly, with the will annexed."

  3. Know all men by these presents: That whereas I, John Hollister, Sen. of Glastonbury, being sick, do make this my Last Will and Testament. My will is that what I have already settled upon my sons, viz., John, Thomas, David, and Ephraim Hollister, shall be the whole of what I shall give to each and every of them of my estate. What i have settled upon my daughter Sarah shall be the whole of her portion of my estate. What I have given my son, Joseph Hollister, and settled upon him, together with the seven acres of exchanged [land], the which I do hereby give and bequeath to him, whall be the whole of what he shall have of my estate. I give to my daughter, Elizabeth Hollister, single woman, all my moveable estate, a certain parcel of land and all that part of the estate of my late brother Lazarus Hollister that may fall to me by law, and also what belongs to me of my late brother Joseph Hollister's estate, all to be to her and to her heirs forever.
    John Hollister, Sen.[LS]

    Witnesses: Daniel Andrews, Thomas Kimberly