John R Jackson, Estate
Alvania Jackson, Will
Contributed by Wade Jackson
Columbus County

Following is an inventory of the personal property belonging to the estate of John R. Jackson, deceased, late of Columbus County, which came into my hands as his administered;
One note on A. T. Jackson dated Decr. 11th. 1901, due Jany. 1st. 1903, amount less payments with interest added up to Feby 20th, 1909---------$3.98.
One note on A. T. Jackson dated Jany, 11th 1906 due twelve months after date, amount of note less interest paid to Feby 20, 1909--------1089.99.
One note on Hall & Pearsall dated Decr. 21, 1905, due one year after date, amount of note less payments made with interest added until Feb. 20, 1909----$4026.66.
One note on Hall and Pearson dated July 26, 1905 due four months after date, amount of note with interest added to mar 1st, 1909 less payments made------$2013.33.
One note on C. G. Richardson and wife, dated Aug 17th, 1908, due Aug 17th 1909 amount of note at maturity $500.00, interest paid to maturity----$500.00.
One note on Harless Faggan, dated Oct. 20th 1905, due Oct.. 29th, 1906, amt. of note less payments and interest addedd to Feb. 20. 1909-----$16.35.
One note on Solomon Davis and wife dated Dec. 26. 1907 Due Dec. 26. 1908, Amount of note less payments made and interest added to Feby. 20, 1909 ----$180.18.
One note on Mrs. Viola Smith, due July 20. 1908, amt. of note 1000.00 due Jan. 1. 1910, amount of note with interest to Feby, 20. 1909----$1035.00.
One note to J W Hall & wife dated Jan 8th 09, amount $2000, 00, due Jany. 8th. 2011 amount with interest to Febry 20. 1909---$2014.00.
One on Willey Smith dated Dec' 2. 1903, Amount $20.00 due Feby. 1. 1904, amt. of note less payments made and int. added to Feby. 20. 1909---$26.25.
One stock certificate in the Bank of Columbus ---$200.
Dividends received on stock in said bank ---$12.00.
Two mules worth $75.00 each-----$150.00.
One Horse worth---- $75.00.
Two Hundred Fifty bushels corn at 75.cts per B.----$187,50.
2500 pounds of hay and fodder at 75cnts per  H---$20.00.
150 bus cotton seed at 25 cnts. per B------$37.50.
One Two-horse wagon---$15.00.
One timber cart worth----$25.00.
One dump cart worth---$20,00.
One dump cart worth----$15.00.
A lot of farm gear, plows. hoes, and tools worth---$15.00.
One account against Moses freeman----$41.00.
One account against C, R, Crumply----$73,28.
Amount of proceeds from 7 bales of cotton---$395.27.

Signed: Alvania Jackson
SWORN TO AND SUBSCRIBED BEFORE ME This the 9th day of April 1909. L W Stanley, Clerk of the Superior Court of Columbus County.
( data online, Columbus County Estate Files Vol. 14, Image 86, abstracted 10/20/2011, WNJ)

Book 2, Page 366. North Carolina, Columbus County

I Alvania Jackson of the aforesaid County and State, being of sound mind and considering the uncertainty of my earthly existence, do make and declare this my last will and testament.

First.  My executor herein after named shall give my body a decent burial suitable to the wishes of my friends and relatives, and pay all my funeral expenses, together with all my just debts, out of the first money which may come into hands belonging to my estate.  Second.  I give and bequest to Henrietta Ward Fifty Dollars to be paid to her in money out of my estate.  Third.  I give and bequest to Mahalia Sasser Fifty Dollars to be paid in money out of my estate.  Fourth.   I give and devise to my loving son Andrew T Jackson and to my loving daughter, Henrietta V Farley all the remainder and residue of my estate that I shall own at the time of death, to be shared equally between them.  Fifth.  I hereby constitute and appoint my trusty friend A. G. Council, my lawful executor to all intents and purposes, to execute this my last will and testament according to the true intent and meaning of the same, and every part and clause thereof-hereby revoking and declaring utterly void all other wills and testaments by me heretofore made.  In testimony inhereof, I the said Alvania Jackson, do here unto set my hand and seal this the 9th day of April 1909. Alvania Jackson, (Seal)

Signed Sealed published and declared by the said Alvania Jackson to be her last will and testament in the presence of us, now at her request and in her presence and in the presence of each other, do subscribe our names in witness thereto.  Donald Mac Rackan,  L W Stanley...
Filed 29 April 1911. C M Cooke
(, Probate Records 1735-1970, Columbus County, Wills 1869-1908, Vol 2 Image 253. Abstracted 10/21/2011, WNJ)

Renunciation of Right to Administration, North Carolina, Columbus County, Superior Court before the clerk, In The Matter of the Administration of the Estate of Joseph Warren Jackson, Deceased, to Lee J. Greer, C.S.C., Clerk of the Superior Court of Columbus County, TAKE NOTICE that the undersigned do hereby renounce their right to administer upon the estate of the said Joseph Warren Jackson, deceased, in favor of Waccamaw Bank and Trust Co., and, respectfully ask that Waccamaw Bank and Trust Co. may be appointed Administrator of the said estate in their stead.  This the 29th day of August 1964.Signed:  Meta Jackson, F W Jackson, Clarence Poe Jackson, Graham Jackson, Howard W Jackson, Beaty Jackson

( data on-line, Columbus County Estate Files Vol. 14, Image 96, abstracted 10/20/2011, WNJ)