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Victoria Daniels
March 17, 1927 - Nov. 3, 1931
Will Book 1; pg. 483

North Carolina}
  Dare County }
    I, Victoria Daniels being of sound mind and relizing the uncertainty life hereby certify this to be my last Will and Testament, and hereby revoke all and any will be made by me ahead of this one, and it is my desire that all I now own or hereafter may possess at my death shall go to the one who cares for me in my old age and takes care of me in my dying hours with the following exceptions To-wit.

To my son Arthur Daniels I leave my bed and pillows and the bed clothing that I use on it and one half of my $175.00 Life Insurance Policy and the other half of said Policy to go to the one who cares for me in my dying hours.

To my son Edward Daniels I give the sum of one Dollar and no more.

This the 17th day of March 1927.
    /s/ Victoria [her x mark] Daniels

    M. R. Daniels
    E. H. Peele Jr
    John G. Midgett

North Carolina}  In the Superior Court
  Dare County }
    It is therefore considered and adjudged by the court that the said paper writing and every part thereof is the last will and testament of the deceased.  Let said Will to-gether with the probate, be recorded and filed.  This 3rd day of November, 1931.
    /s/ C.S. Meekins, Clerk Superior Court

NOTE:  Dare Co. marriages shows the following:
Henry Daniel, age 20 & black, son of Isaac & Nancy Daniel, married Victoria Holland, age 16 & black, daughter of Orphia Boyl, on Sept. 26, 1875 in Nags Head by Wm. M. Hays, J.P.

Henry & Victoria are found in the 1880 & 1900 Nags Head Twp. but by 1910 Victoria is a widow with 2 sons, Arthur and John, and her 86-year old mother, Orphie, living with her.  Victoria and her sons are listed as mulatto; Orphie is listed as black.

This will was transcribed by Marla Beasley. No part of this document may be used for any commercial purposes. However, please feel free to copy any of this material for your own personal use and family research. If you find anything in these records that pertains to your families, it is strongly suggested that you look at the original record on your own to check for errors or possibly other additional and helpful information.



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