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1. Samuel Storrs b. 22/Aug/1701
2. John Storrs b. 07/Oct/1702
3. Martha Storrs b. 17/Feb/1703-04
4. Huckins Storrs b. 10/Dec/1705
5. Elizabeth Storrs b. Aug/1708
6. Mary Storrs b. May/1710
7. Joseph Storrs b. 08/Mar/1711-12
From The Storrs Family, by Charles Storrs, 1886
After the death of Samuel Storrs, his estate, after expenses, was valued at 1703 - 7s - 0d pounds. The estate was distributed "To Mrs. Martha Storrs, relict to said deceased, the one 3d part of the movable estate at inventory price which is 52 - 12s - 4d pounds to be her own for ever; and the one 3rd part of the real estate during life which is 533 - 0s - 9d pounds; and unto Mr. Samuel Storrs, eldest son to said deceased, the sum or value of 292-16s-2d; and unto Mr. John Storrs, 2nd son to said deceased, ye sum or value of 146-8s-1d; and unto Huckins Storrs, 3d son to said deceased the sum or value of 146-8s-?; and unto Mrs. Martha Badcock, eldest daughter to said decd the sum or value of 146=8s-1d, of which sum she hath already received the sum of 53, and she hath yet to receive the sum of 93-8s-1d; and unto Mrs Elizabeth Storrs, 2d daughter to said deceased, the sum or value of 146-8s-1d; and unto Mrs. Mary Storrs, 3d daughter to said deceased the sum or value of 146-8s-1d."