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79. John COMSTOCK was born on 9 August 1696.2 He died on 28 March 1767 at the age of 70.

A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records (Online database: NewEnglandAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2006), (A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records, by Charles W. Manwaring, R. S. Peck & Co. Printers, Hartford, CT, 1904.).
Volume 3, Page 232
Page 90-2 June, 1741: Dorothy Booge, Adms., exhibited an
account of her Adms., which account is accepted.
Page 42 (Vol. XIV) 10 May, 1744: Dorothy Booge, widow, hav-
ing administered on the sd. estate, the heirs, viz., William and Elizabeth,
now moved to this Court for a dist, which this Court grant:
£ s d
To Dorothy Booge, widow, 124-10-05
To William Booge, eldest son, 71-02-10
To Jonathan, Timothy, Dorothy, Ephraim and Elizabeth Booge,
to each of them their single portion, 35-11-05
And appoint Lt. John Brockway, Ensign John Comstock and Mr.
William Comstock, of Lyme, distributors.

John COMSTOCK and Rebecca BATES were married on 17 February 1725 in Lyme, New London County, Connecticut.2,20,65 Rebecca BATES, daughter of James BATES and Mary LORD, was born (date unknown).
A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records (Online database: NewEnglandAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2006), (A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records, by Charles W. Manwaring, R. S. Peck & Co. Printers, Hartford, CT, 1904.).

Volume 3, Page 10
Court Record, Page 69-6 June, 1732: Will exhibited. Annah Bate,
a minor, 16 years of age, Abigail 13 years, and Eunice Bate, age 10 years,
chose their mother, Mrs. Mary Bate, as their guardian. Recog., £150.
Page 73-4 July, 1732: The will of James Bate, exhibited last June,
being fully proven, John Comstock the 2nd, of Lyme, in right of his wife
Rebeckah, daughter of James Bate, moves this Court for a distribution.
This Court appoints Deacon Daniel Brainard, Lt. John Holmes and
Daniel Cone, distributors.
Dist. File: 15 November, 1732: To Mary Bate, widow; to Rebeckah
Comstock, eldest daughter; to Ruth Gibbs, to (Elec) Alice Hall, to Mary
Comstock, to Annah Bate, to Abigail Bate, to Eunice Bate and to Eliza-
beth Fuller (granddaughter), to each of them the sum of £158. By Dea-
con Daniel Brainard, Lt. John Holmes and Daniel Cone, distributors.
Page 51 (Vol. XII) 5 October, 1736: John Bate, a minor son of
James Bate, chose his brother Samuel Bate to be his guardian.