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From "Its About Time, Chronological Historic and Genealogical Research Notes on Some of the Maternal Ancestors and Descendants of America (Spilman) Mears (1846-1935),"compiled by William L. DeCoursey:
"1647 -On 31 (1) 1647, Elizabeth ANDREWS, widow of Robert ANDREWS, had a law suit against her son-in-law, Humphrey GRIFING, husband of her daughter Elizabeth. -COLLECTIONS of the NEW YORK GENEALOGICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY, vol.VI, Part II, 'Register of Pedigrees', v.II, p.134-5. . . .
"1665 -Elizabeth (ANDREWS) GRIFFIN SHERRATT, administrix of the estate of Humphrey GRIFFIN was successfully sued for Humphrey GRIFFIN's debts by Thomas BISHOP in 1665 and by Gov. Simon BRADSTREET in 1669.Davis, Walter Goodwin, THE ANCESTRY OF ANNIS SPEAR (1945), pp.145-148. . . .
"1670 -Elizabeth (ANDREWS) GRIFING SHERRATT, widow of Humphrey GRIFING and Hugh SHERRATT, made her will 30 July 1670 (Probated 10 Oct. 1670).In it she left property to her children by her first husband, vis:-- John, Nathaniel and Samuel GRIFING and Lydia GRIFING and Elizabeth (GRIFING) DEARE, and to her son John GRIFING's three children and her son-in-law Edward DEARE's 4 children.COLLECTIONS of the NEW YORK GENEALOGICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY, vol.VI, Part II, 'Register of Pedigrees', v.II, p.134-5.Davis, Walter Goodwin, THE ANCESTRY OF ANNIS SPEAR (1945), pp.145-148."