[From original account] On 12 September, 1732, "Lydia Williams of Raynham .... of Nathaniel Wil- liams late of Taunton" presented an account, which was allowed. [7 : 414] On 12 September, 1732, "Lidia Williams of Raynham .... [The letter was also recorded, 14 : 427] [From unrecorded bond] On 3 August, 1757, "William Brad- ford of Bristoll .... widdow" was appointed guardian of Lydia Williams, "above y e age of fourteen years" * Recorded as " forty 4 ". 4 The Wills of Nathaniel Williams* and His Son Nathaniel [From unrecorded bond] On 12 September, 1732, Lydia Wil- liams, widow, as guardian, with Samuel Hackit and Edmund Williams, yeomen, as sureties, all of Raynham, gave a bond for £400. Road Island, Physician" as guardian, with "Lazarus Le Baron physician & Nathaniel Goodwin Marchant both of Plimouth" gave a bond for £1000.
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A note at the bottom of the sheet reads: "not to be Recorded Till y e Certifcate Comes" [The inventory was also recorded, 5 : 377.] [From unrecorded certificate] "These may sertifie .... Payments had been made to Mary Briggs; "Tillson's Wife"; "Thacher"; Zachariah Paddock; Mary Cook.
that Cap 1 John King, m r Ebenezer Williams and m r Jacob Hall Ap- peared some time in y e month of December or there about in y e year 1726: and made oath .... The guardian also charged for "8 years & 6 months Diet from the time of her Fathers Death to Sept 1 " 1740" £56, I3s.,4d., and "her part of a Debt due to the Heirs of John Bradford comming to light Since the Estate Inventoried & Set- tled" £i,ios.,4d.
[From unrecorded bond] On 21 February, 1726, Lydia Wil- liams, widow of "Nath 11 Williams .... "Lawfull money, which said" £96, 2s., 8d., "with the said" £31, 9s., 4d., makes £127, 12s., "out of which the s d Guardian's due being de- ducted which is" £31, i6s.,4d., "there remains" £85, 15s., 8d.
Yeoman deceased", as executrix, with Ebenezer Campbel and Ebenezer Williams, both yeomen of Taunton, as sureties, gave a bond of £600. "now in the s d Guardian's hands to be paid to the s d Abigaill" The decree was dated 18 July, 1755. The witnesses were Ebenezer Campbel (by a mark), "Eben r williams" and "Hanh williams" . and after- wards Had Two Children more viz abigail & Phebe And on The 26 th Day of march A D. Dyed leaving His Said Wife With Child A Son Since Born . and allso 201 .,0.0 afore mentioned From said John and 107.2. old Tenour payable To my Daughter Phebe also a Bond From Said Gideon of £94.9 old Tenour payable to my Daughter abigail allso" ^99 "old Tenour Which my Son Samuel Was ordered To pay my Daughter abigail in The Settlement of my Deceas d Hus- bands Estate all Which is payable With Law full Interest" Ed- ward Winslow and Isaac Peterson witnessed the receipt, and it was acknowledged by Sarah Bradford on 24 May, 1745. The special guests of the evening were: His Excellency, Calvin Coolidge, Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and Vice President Elect of the United States, with Mrs. On 21 February, 1726,* the will was probated, on the testimony of Ebenezer Campbel and Ebenezer Williams, two of the wit- nesses, who swore that Hannah Williams was also a witness. and Named Samuel and on" 20 May, 1740, "The Said Will Was .... and Whereas The Said Samuel The Testator after The making Said Will purchased a Considerable Real Estate In s d County Which He made No Dis- position of Neither Did he make Any Provision for His said Chil- dren Abigail Phebe and Samuel Who Were Born after The making of Said Will or Settle any of His Estate upon Them and So The Said abigail Phebe and Samuel are Entituled To Their propor- tionable parts of The Whole Estate .... The one Ninth part of Two Thirds of Which Real and personal Estate amounting To 626.2. in Value The Said Abigail Phebe and Samuel who were Born after The making of s d Will are Now Each Entituled To ... and Whereas The Widdow of said Deceas d Has had her Dower Sett of in That Part of Said Real Estate Given in said Will To Said John and .... 11 from Said Giddeon and The £18 aforementioned out of the Personal Estate all Which makes up Her s d Ninth part" "8 That said abigail shall Have s d 94.9.0 from said Giddeon s d 99:3:9 From Said Samuel and The Before mentioned Sums out of The personall Estate assigned To Her Being 432.12.0 all Which makes up Her Said Ninth part"  On 14 May, 1745, Sarah Bradford, "As Guardian To my Daughters Phebe and abigail", receipted for a bond for £201 "old Tenour Payable from my Son John To my Daughter Phebe, allso a Bond From my Son Giddeon for 107.  On 2 July, 1751, "M rs Sarah Hunt" made oath, in Dukes County, to her account, as "Guardian to William Bradford her Son ". Coolidge; His Excel- lency, William de Beaufort, Netherlands Charge d' Affaires; Hon. The marriage of the fourth daughter, Elizabeth, to Henry Pitts, Jr., of Dighton is proved by original papers of Elizabeth's brother, Edmund Williams, owned by the Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants. ; Sarah Loring ; Josiah Bishop ; William Churchill ; William Bonney ; George Samson ; James Whitten ; Mr. 449] Said Will and Not Sett To the Said Widdow and So The Said Will Be Comply d With as Far as may Be Consistant With Law and Equity They Rendring To the younger Children In Proportion to What They Severally Hold more Than There Ninth parts So as To make up The Said younger Childrens Portions" "1 Pursuant Therefore To the Law .... De- cree That said John Shall Have and Hold the Personal Estate Given Him in s d Will and all The Real Estate Therein Giving Him lying In Plymton aforesaid Excerpting What Is set of To The Said Widdow as His full Two Ninths of Two Thirds of The Said Deceas ds Estate .... The 135 acres of land at Kingston mentioned in The New apprisment of said 22 Lieutenant Samuel* Bradford's Will Estate all Saving the one Third Thereof Sett of To the Said Widdow and This Two Thirds of said 135 acres Being By Said apprisement Valued at 725.6.8. [Will of Nathaniel Williams 4 ] [From original document] On 23 August, 1726, Nathaniel Williams "of Tanton" made his will. Burrel ; "Sister Bennet"; "m rs Withrel"; John Brewster; "the Estate * 15 February, 1745, in New Style dating. and That He Should pay out of The Same To His Sisters Phebe 201.0.0 old Tenour Bills With Lawfull Interest Within Twelve months Next Coming" "2 That Said Giddeon Shall Have and Hold The Personall Estate Given Him In Said Will and all The Real Estate Therein Given Him Lying in Plymton afores d Excerpting What is Sett off To the Said Widdow as His full Ninth part of Two Thirds of The Said Deceas ds Estate .... To s d abigail and 18.0.0 To Said Phebe" "4 That Said mary Shall Have out of The Personall Estate Given Her In said Will But 668. Is 99.3.9 more Than His said Ninth part Which He The Said Samuel is Hereby ordered To pay to Said abigail With The Law full Interest Thereof Within one year Next Coming" "7 That Said Phebe Shall Have one Half of a Forge men- tioned in The New apprismt. Nathaniel and Lydia (King) Williams had six children, as follows : Edmund Williams 5 , married, first, Lydia Crane, who was the mother of his children. 92] The Chilldren of Pelham Winslow Esq r & Joanna his wife 1 Mary Winslow born July 28 th 1771 2 Joanna Winslow born June 30 th 1773 The Chilldren of Thomas Ellis & Jerusha his wife 1 Betty Ellis born April 2 nd 1770 2 William Ellis born Dec r 22. viz In That part of It" now held by John Bradford and Gideon Bradford, under the will, and "allso In That Part Thereof which He acquired or which fell To Him after The Date of s d will".