Will of James Jones - 1822
Jones-Dated 15 Jan 1822 Will
Book G. Franklin Co., N . C. 1812-1824 845 (173)
If debts cannot be satisfied, they to be made up from the following legacies.
To my son DAVID JONES $ 2.00 with all that He has already received.
To my daughter SALLEY TIMBERLAKE, wife of JAMES TIMBERLAKE $2.00 with all that
she has already received.
To my son ALLEN JONES $2.00 with all that he has already
To my daughter MARY SELF wife of JOB SELF $2.00 with all that she
has already received.
To my daughter BARSHEBA KING wife of BENNET KING $2.00
with all that she has already received.
To my son JOHN K. JONES $2.00 with all that he has already received .
To my daughter NANCY JONES $2.00 with all that she has already received. To
my wife TAMOR JONES the land and plantation where I now live, which is the
residue not deeded to my sons DAVID & ALLEN JONES; also to her 1 still during
her life, and all the rest of the estate not devised away. After my wife's
death, I give to my son DAVID JONES the residue of my land. After her death,
I give to my grandson JAMES JONES, son of DAVID JONES, 1 still. Executors:
Friend JONES COOK , my wife TAMOR JONES, my son DAVID JONES. 15 Jan 1822.
Wit. THOMAS YOUNG (x), OSCAR GREEN
10 Dec 1823 James Timberlake, with Jones Cook and Epph Timberlake securities,
appointed admr of James Jones, dec'd.
1823 Inventory taken by James Timberlake admr. Included were accounts on:
Edmon G. Brodie
John K. Jones
Thomas A. Williams
1824 Judgement for debt against David Jones in favor of J. Timberlake. 1824.
Summonses to Jorden Denson, James Jones, John K. Jones, Levi Watley to appear
in said case.
Ct. 1824 Complaint of Tamer Jones widow against James Timberlick and
Nancy Jones. James Timberlick a son-in-law of the testator had a conversation
with Nancy Jones a daughter of the sd. testator and sister to Mrs. Timberlick;
that he also talked privately with sd Mrs. Jones to set aside the will which
sd James had wanted to alter at the time of his death; that there were a
great many children by a former wife; that if sd Timberlick and sd Nancy Jones
got a part of the estate the sd widow would also have more; that a paper was
drawn, but she is illiterate; that they took advantage of her.
(submitted by: Becky Jones Pacey)