1669/70 "No. 510.—Richard Miles, will, by parole, 8 Jan. 1669-70, was attested 3. Feb. 1669-70. Inventory: 200 acres beyond Chelmsford granted by General Court to Mr. Collicut, and other effects. 394£ 14. 00. Appraised Will Bartholmew. James Everill. Whereas Richard Miles being taken sick on board the Endeavor, being in perfect sense, we, whose names are hereunto subscribed, attest that it was his will and desire his estate be committed to his wife, &c. Richard Sprague. Will. Singleton. Will. Singleton. House and ground at New Haven given by his father upon a covenant of marriage. Widow Experience Miles. Vol. vii. 57." 
 Walter K. Watkins, "Abstracts of Early Wills on Record, or on File in the County of Suffolk, Massachusetts, cont." New England Historical and Genealogical Register 48 (1894), 323-327, at 325, [HathiTrust].