Warren County Wills
(Transcribed by Deloris Williams)
Will of RICHARD ACOCK- 1788
In the Name of God Amen. I RICHARD ACOCK of the County of Warren and State of North Carolina being in reasonable health in body,
and in perfect memory (Blessed be God) Do make and ordain this my last Willl and Testament as followeth.
Will of ISAAC ACREE- 1814
In the name of God Amen. I ISAAC ACREE of Warren County and State of North Carolina being weak in body though perfect in mind & memory and knowing
it is once appointed for all men to die do make ordain, constitute and appoint this my last will and Testament in manner and form as follows, viz, I
recomend my soul to God that gave it I give my body to the Earth from whence it came to decently buryed at the discretion of my Executors here after
Item. I lend unto my son JOSHUA ACREE two Negro men JIM and WILL dureing his natural life and at his death to be equal divided between the children of his wife LIDIA to them & there heirs for ever.
Item. I give unto my son ABRAHAM ACREE two Negroes by the name of MOSES & JACK also one year old filley to him and his heirs for ever.
Item. I give unto daughter PATTY BAXTER three Negroes DINAH, TOM & WILLIS to her and her heirs for ever. I also lend to her dureing her natural life fifty acres of land part of the tract whereon I now live ajoining the lands of BURWELL HORTON & THOMAS BELL.
Item. I give unto my daughter POLLY JEFFERS, two Negroes EASTER and her child by the name of GREEN to her and her heirs for ever.
Item. I give all my land to be equally divided between my two sons JOSHUA & ABRAHAM reserving to my daughter PATTY BAXTER the fifty acres heretofore named to them and their heirs forever the ballance of my property to be sold and all my just debts to be paid and should there remain any monies to be equally divided between my four children heretofore named. I nominate and apoint to this my last will DANIEL SHEARIN & RODERICK BIGELOW.
Signed Sealed and delivered n the presents of this 25 day of July 1814.
THOMAS BELL ("X" his mark)
Warren County, February Court 1820
This last will & Testament of ISAAC ACREE dec'd was proven in open court by the oath of DANIEL SHEARIN, who also proved the signature of the other subscribing witness who lives in Tennessee & on motion it is ordered to be recorded.
CAS DRAKE CWCC
Will of PHILIP ALSTON-1784
In the Name of God amen, I PHILIP ALSTON of Warren County & State of North Carolina, being weak in body but in perfect sound mind & memmory, praise
be given therefore to Almighty God, do make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form following; that is to say first and
principally I commend my soul into the hands of Almighty God hopeing through the merits death & passion of my Lord & Saviour Jesus to have full and
free pardon of all my sins and to inherit Everlasting Life; and my body I recommend to the Earth to be buried at the discretion of my Executors
hereafter named, and as touching the disposal of all such Temporal Estate as it hath pleased God to bestow upon me I give and dispose thereof as
Item. I give unto my son WILLIAM ALSTON all the Negroes and other things that I have already possessed him with, to him his heirs & assigns forever
Item. I give unto my son THOMAS W. ALSTON all the Negroes & other things that I have already possessed him with, to him his heirs & assigns forever.
Item. I give unto my Daughter ELIZABETH WILLIAMS all the Negroes & other things that I have already possessed her with to her and her heirs & assigns forever.
Item. I give unto my son PHILIP G. ALSTON, part of a track of land I purchased of WILLIAM ALSTON known by the Name of Bob's Place begining on BLANCHETTs Branch where a small branch emptys in then up the small branch to BLANCHETT's line, so to include all that part of Bobs track that lies below the small branch that emptys into BLANCHETTs Branch near the Mill Path; also one other tract beginning on the Maple Swamp at the mouth of Buck Branch then up the Buck Branch to the head then with my son TOMMEY line to Ginneys Branch then down Ginney Branch to where it emptys into the Maple swamp then down the s'd Swamp to the Beginning; also two mares one got by Barneysides & the other a small bay, & all the Negroes and other things that I have already possessed him with some time ago; to him his heirs and assigns forever.
Item. I give unto my daughter WINEFRED COCKE all the Negroes and other things that I have already possessed her with, to her and her heirs & assigns forever.
Item. I give unto my beloved wife WINEFRED ALSTON Eight Negroes (to wit) TOM, DAVID, OLD PENNY, LUCEY, PHILIS, SQUIRE, PENNY and EASTER; also one half of my house hold & kitchen furniture; fifteen head cattle, one horse by the name of Osburn, two mares one a bay & the other a sorrell with a blaze in her face & five sows & piggs, dureing her natural life & after her decease to be equally divided between my son WILLIAM ALSTON, my son THOS. W. ALSTON, my son PHILIP GUSTON ALSTON, my daughter ELIZABETH WILLIAMS, & my daughter WINEFRED COCKE or to their heirs or assigns.
Item. I give unto my son SAMUEL ALSTON all the remainder part of my Estate, excepting what I have before given, both real & personal to him his heirs & assigns forever; & my desire is that my Executors do with my son SAMUEL's part of my Estate as they think will be most to the interest thereof until he comes of age.
Lastly. I constitute and appoint my son WILLIAM ALSTON, my son THOS. W. ALSTON and my son PHILIP G. ALSTON Executors of this my last Will and Testament, & I do hereby revoke and make void all former Wills and Testaments by me heretofore made. Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal this Eighteenth day of Nov'r in the year of our Lord one Thousand Seven Hundred & Eighty Three.
SALLEY CROSLAND ("x" her mark)
Warren County July Court 1784
This Last Will and Testament was presented into Court and proved by the oath of STEPHEN MARSHALL & SAMUEL MARSHALL witnesses therein named, & WILLIAM ALSTON, THO'S W. ALSTON & PHIL G. ALSTON qualified as Executors thereto & the same was ordered to be recorded.
Test MDUKE JOHNSON CC
See also: Inventory & Estate of Philip Alston,1784
Will of SALLA ALSTON-1809
In the name of God Amen
I SALLA ALSTON of Warren County N.C. do make & declare this to be my last Will and Testament revoking all & every Will heretofore by me made.
I give & bequeath to my son JOSEPH HAWKINS one Negro boy named HARRY to him & his heirs forever.
I give & bequeath unto my son PHILEMON HAWKINS & his heirs one Negro woman named AILSEY & her present & future increase on conditions that CO. BENJAMIN HAWKINS recovers the tract or parcel of land which COL. PHILEMON HAWKINS SEN'R dec'd give my son PHILEMON HAWKINS a deed for, & provided COL. BENJAMIN HAWKINS does not recover the aforesaid land I give & bequeath to my sons JOHN H. HAWKINS & MICAGER THOMAS HAWKINS the above mentioned Negro AILSEY & her present & future increase to be equally divided among or between them & their heirs forever.
I give & bequeath unto my son JOHN H. HAWKINS one Negro girl named HIXEY & one feather bed & furniture & one large glass to him & his heirs forever.
I give & bequeath unto my son MICAGER THOMAS HAWKINS the residue of my property which I die leased & possessed of after paying all my debts. And I do hereby appoint my son JOSEPH HAWKINS Executor of this my last will & testament in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal this 22nd day of September 1809.
Warren County, February Term 1814
This last Will of SALLY ALSTON was proved in open court by the oath of JACOB HUNTER & JOSEPH HAWKINS having relinquished his right to qualify as Executor MICAJAH T. HAWKINS qualified as administrator the said sworn testament annexed, and entered into bond with security according to law.
W. GREEN CWCC
(This was Sally Macon, daughter of Gideon Macon & Priscilla Jones; she was first married to John Hawkins, d. 1803, and 2nd to James Alston, d. 1805, son of Solomon Alston & Ann Hinton.)
Will of STEPHEN DAVIS-1852
I STEPHEN DAVIS of Warren County and State of North Carolina, do make and ordain this my last will and testament; in manner and form as follows, Viz,
1st. I give to each of the four daughters of SARAH AMIS of late, my granddaughter, one Thousand Dollars.
2nd. I give to each of the three children of the late MARY EATON (my grandchildren) one Thousand Dollars.
3rd. I give to JAMES W. EATON, the Negroes he carried from Granville to Arkansas, formerly belonging to me and put in his possession.
4th. I give to my son PETER R. DAVIS, all my tract or tracts of land, lying on and near Shocco. Also all the crop, stock and provisions which may be thereon at my death, also Fifty Negroes- in families, or of a fair average value of my other Negroes, to be set apart, and agreed upon by my Executors.
5th. I give to my son HUGH J. DAVIS, all the land or tracts of land on Fishing Creek, which formerly belonged to my Brother, PETER R. DAVIS, also all the crop, stock and provisions which may be thereon at the time of my death. Also the balance of my lands, houses and lots in Warrenton or elsewhere, also all my Negroes not before given away. Also all the residue of my property of every kind and description.
I hereby appoint PETER R. DAVIS, THOMAS WHITE and HUGH J. DAVIS, Executors to this my last Will. In witness whereof I have set m hand and seal this 15th of Jany 1852.
Warren County Court August Term 1857
The execution of the foregoing Will was duly proved in open court according to law for probate see Minute Docket at this Term.
Estate of STEPHEN DAVIS - November 1858
|An inventory of the property of STEPHEN DAVIS, M.D., deceased, which came into the hands of P.R. & H. J. DAVIS two of his Executors, viz:|
GATES, PTOLEMY, BETTY, SANDY, NELSON, JUNIUS, LOTTY, NELSON, ISAAC, HUBBARD, JOUBERT, WILLIAM, EDWIN, MARTHA, MARTHA, GEORGE, RICHARD, WILLIAM, BRAXTON, LAURA, ALECK, BECKY, JOE, SIMEON, BOB, ENOCK, MARGARET, ELIZA, SHADRACK, MARY, ELLICK, MATILDA, CLOE, BEN, LEANA, TEXAS, PAUL, LEWIS, FANNY, LITTLETON, CYRUS, KESIAH, ABBY, LUCY, MELISSA, JESSE, FANNY, MALVINA, CHERRY, INDIANNA, CORDELIA, MARIA, FELIX, JEFFERSON, ELLA, ELIZA, DORINDA, JULIA, LOUISA, NED, RACHEL, EZEKIEL, EPHRAIM, HENRY, LUCINDA, ALFRED, GEORGE, CANDIS, MADISON, MARTHA, HENRIETTA, LEWIS, MARY, ISHAM, PHOEBE, EMMA, JOHN, LEMON, TOM, BILLY, TOM, WASHINGTON, SARAH, ELIZABETH, PETER, ISABELLA, CAROLINE, WILLIAM, ABBY, PHILLIP, PETER, LEMON, HARRIET, NANCY, DICK, SUSAN, ELIJAH, GREEN, SALLY, ELIZABETH, MARY EPHRAIM, EZEKIEL, JENNY, DANIEL, MARY, HENRY, GRANDISON, JANE, MARIA, DYONESIA, DURELL, CYRUS, POLLY, CATHERINE, EDMUND, HARRIET, HORACE, HAYWOOD, WILLIAM, JIM, MARY, ORRAN, CHARLOTTE, JAMES, LEWIS, SUKEY, ESTHER, MARTHA, ROBERT, SARAH, BUCKEY, HUGH, HANSON, FRANCIS, JOE, ROSE, FRANK, DICK, JENNY, JORDAN, ALFRED, NANCY, LETHOE, HARRIET, EPHRAIM, BETSY, HENRIETTA, AUSTIN, HENRY, BRITTANIA, WASHINGTON, PRISCILLA, INDIANNA, STEPHEN, LUCY, WILLIAM, SOLOMON, HENRY, PHILLIP, PHOEBE, SALLY, ISHAM, COLLIN, SOLOMON.
Land, including 200 acres on Shocco, in which there was only a life interest, 6753 acres.
9 town lots in Warrenton - together with all the goods & chattels, real & personal, on the above
Stock- viz: Horses, colts & mules 40 - oxen 19. cows & calves 120 - sheep 92, fattening hogs 113, sows 52, pigs about 189 - & provisions for the year ending Nov. 11th 1858.
Market crop- Tobacco 30 unprized hogshead 7 to 800 bushels of wheat -
Cash on hand - $1777.30 cts
Railroad Stock - twenty four shares & dividend declared IN Raleigh Gaston Railroad
Accounts supposed good
with White, Davis & Hardee - $3882.53
with Norwood & Parker - 75.81
with Dr. BROWNLOW - 11.00
with Dr's T. & B. WILSON - 610.00
with MRS. SPRUILL - 49.47
with MRS. SMITH - 10.00
with GEN. HAWKINS, M.T. - 128.00
with G. GOODLOE - 36.50
with WM. PARHAM - 5.00
with ED HALL Esqr. - about - 3.00
with J. WHITE - 3. 00
with W. B. WILLIAMS - 5.00
In June 1858 through October 1859, Legacies in cash were paid to the following Heirs:
JULIA M. AMIS -their Guardian
WILLIAM EATON accepted as attorney on behalf of following:
Guardian of GEORGE FOREST of New York
NATHANIEL T. FULLER of Arkansas, as guardian of STEPHEN D. EATON
GEORGE LEA of Arkansas, as guardian of SUSAN R. EATON and SALLY D. EATON
(Dr. Stephen Davis was the son of Matthew Davis & Mary
Madray; he was the brother of Peter R. Davis, whose
1850 Estate record includes some of the slaves
which were inherited by Stephen)
Deed of Conveyance of MARY GREEN-November 1799
State of North Carolina
Be it known to all whom it may concern that I MARY GREEN widow and Relict of WILLIAM GREEN dec'd late of the County aforesaid have this day received of the Executors of him the said WILLIAM GREEN dec'd the sum of Two Hundred and fifty pounds Virginia money not only in full for the legacy willed me by the said WILLIAM GREEN in his last Will & Testament, that is to say I lend unto my said wife MARY GREEN during her natural life my two lots of ground in Warrenton NO. 34 & 35- whereon I desire and direct that there shall be put on Immediately after my death as soon as may be by my Executors Two hundred and fifty pounds Virginia moneys worth of convenient houses and improvements, which is to be paid for as herein after directed, but also in full of all rights title claim or demand whatever, which I have or might have to any property either real or personal of him, the said WILLIAM GREEN except as to that part of the cause in the said Will which lends to me the following property which is in these words, I also lend unto my wife during her life two Negroes LITTLE PATT and a Negro lad to be bough as hereafter mentioned. Also I lend unto my wife, a good horse & chairs, one good bed & furniture completed with curtains, one cest of drawers and two trunks as also an other cause which gives to her the following property (to wit) one half of all the bedding furniture, table & other linens which she hath accumulated since my marriage with her & I do by these presents declare all right title claim & demand in and to any part of the Estate of him the said WILLIAM GREEN dec'd forever Except as before excepted. I witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal in confirmation thereof this 15th day of November A.D. 1799.
Signed sealed & del'd
in Presents of
Warren County November Court 1799
MARY GREEN acknowledged this conveyance in open court which is ordered to be recorded.
Teste - MDUKE JOHNS CC
Will of MARY GREEN-1824
I, MARY GREEN of Warren County, North Carolina being of sound and disposing mind, do make this my last Will and Testament. To wit,
1st. I give and bequeath to my son JOHN VANDYKE one dollar.
2. I give, devise, and bequeath to my daughter NANCY B. MANIER the tract of land on which I now live, with its appertenances, together with all the rest and residue of my Estate, of every description, both real, personal and mixed, for and during her natural life, and at her death, to be equally divided amongst here children JOHN B. MANIER, MARY STEPHENS, and WILLIAM MANIER, or the survivor or survivors of them, their heirs and assigns forever, but in case either of them should die, in the lifetime of their Mother, leaving issue living at the death of my said Daughter NANCY B. MANIER, such issue to have that portion of my Estate as the parent would have been entitled to, had he, she or they been living at that time, except the part which her daughter MARY STEPHENS or her issue, as the case may be, shall be entitled to receive, which I will, devise and bequeath to her two Brothers, JOHN B. MANIER and WILLIAM MANIER or the survivor of them to held in Trust for the use and benefit of their said sister if alive, during her lifetime, and at her death to be equally divided amongst her issue, or for the use and benefit of her child or children, until they arrive to lawful age or marry. In case none of her children arrive to the age of twenty one years, nor marry, I will this portion of my Estate to my grandson JOHN B. MANIER and WILLIAM MANIER, their heirs and assigns forever.
I nominate and appoint my daughter NANCY Executrix and my grandsons JOHN B. MANIER and WILLIAM MANIER and my friend RICHARD BULLOCK Executors of this my last will and testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 25th day of March 1824.
Signed Sealed and acknowledged in presence of A. E. HENDERSON
ANNE E. HENDERSON
JOHN TWISDALE ("x" his mark)
Warren County February Court 1825
The Last will and testament of MARY GREEN dec'd, was exhibited in open court for probate, and the execution thereof duly proved by the oaths of A. E. HENDERSON, and ANNE E. HENDERSON and on motion ordered to be recorded. whereupon JOHN B. MANIER, one of the Executors came into open court and qualified according to Law.
C. DRAKE CWCC
|(Mary Green, was the 3rd wife of William Green [1739-1799], having filed a Marriage Bond in Granville County on Oct. 15, 1798; She had previously been married to a VANDYKE, and was likely a member of the BULLOCK family since her daughter was named Ann Bullock Vandyke, and being related to Anne E. [Bullock] Henderson & Richard Bullock. Anne was the d/o Richard Bullock [s/o Len Henley Bullock & Susan Martin] & Ann Maria Martin. Not sure which Richard Bullock was executor in this will)|
Will of SOLOMON GREEN- 1829
In the name of Almighty God Amen, I SOLOMON GREEN of Warren County in the State of North Carolina do on this fifth day of July in the year of Our
Lord One thousand eight hundred and Twenty Eight, hereby make and ordain this my last Will and Testament, in manner & form following, Vizt,
It is my will and desire that my Estate be administered according to the laws of the State of North Carolina made for the distribution of Intestates Estates. I hereby appoint my son JOHN HAWKINS GREEN Executor of this my last Will and Testament.
In Testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal on the day first above written
The above was signed, sealed, published and declared in our presence by SOLOMON GREEN of Warren County in the State of North Carolina on this fifth day of July in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and Twenty eight to be his last Will and Testament who requested us to become Subscribing Witnesses thereto, which we did in his presence on the aforesaid day.
WILLIAM H. SIMS
JOSEPH P. JOHNSON
Warren County- November Session 1829
A paper writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of SOLOMON GREEN, was proved in open court by the Oaths of W. H. SIMS, JOHN BOWDON and JOSEPH P. JOHNSON subscribing witnesses thereto- wherefore it is ordered to be Recorded.
C. DRAKE, CWCC
Estate of SOLOMON GREEN
I herby certify that SOLOMON GREEN dec'd of the county of Warren N.C. requested C. P. GREEN (his son) and myself in Oct. 1828 (I think) to go and
bring his daughter PARTHENIA from school at Salem N.C. without fail. We according went- but assertained on our arrival that some part of her board
and tuition was then unpaid we having no money for that purpose C. PLUMMER GREEN had to give his note for said arrearage before we could get her
away. And I further certify that when we returned we stated to the said SOLOMON GREEN the condition on which alone we could get her from school and
that he approved of the course that C. P. GREEN persued.
Given under my hand this the 27th May 1836.
S. G. WARD
State of North Carolina
In conformity with an order of the Court to us directed we have proceeded to allot and lay off to MRS. FANNY GREEN widdow of the late SOLOMON GREEN the following articles as necessary for the support of herself and family for the space of one year Viz- Seventy five barrels of corn, eighteen hundred pounds of bacon, two hundred pounds lard, two hundred and fifty pounds brown sugar, twenty five pounds coffee, thirty pounds loaf sugar, four pounds pepper, two pounds spice, two pounds sugar, fifty bushels wheat, six cows and calves, two horses Viz Cate mare and Rooker horse, ten ewes and lambs, twenty hogs of the description of shotes, all the geese nine in number, nine turkeys, six ducks, poultry twenty four hens, five guinea chickens and one pea fowl, all the dried fruit (about one bushel) on hand also all the preserves, viz, three small pots with a little in each with the vessels containing them, two sacks of salt, two pots of butter on hand, one barrel of vinegar on hand, all the soap on hand, viz one hundred pounds, two hundred pounds of blade fodder, three stacks of top fodder, one barrel of whiskey. A part of the foregoing articles were found on hand, belonging to the Estate of SOLOMON GREEN dec'd and to supply the deficiency we have assessed the sum of Ninety two dollars & Seventy two cents to be paid to the said widdow by the Executor of SOLOMON GREEN dec'd to enable her to furnish herself with the balance of the articles which we have alloted and not found on hand. All of which we consider necessary and adqueate for the support of the said widdow and her family for the space of one year, beginning from the Twenty fifth day of March 1830. We have in addition to the foregoing set apart for the use and benefit of said widdow on bed and its necessary furniture, one wheel and one pair of cords to which the widdow is by law entitled, the same having been found among the goods and chattels of the said SOLOMON GREEN dec'd all of which is respectfully submitted. Given under our hands and seals this 21st day of November 1834.
Nov. Court 1834
The foregoing report was returned in Open Court and being confirmed by the Court is on motion ordered to be recorded.
E. D. DRAKE, Clk
State of North Carolina
FANNY GREEN JUN'R
GREEN to GREEN, Refund of Bond
Will of WILLIAM GREEN -1799
I, WILLIAM GREEN of the County of Warren & State of North Carolina being in perfect mind and memory do make this my last will and Testament in manner and form following - Revoking all other wills heretofore made by me.
Item. I lend unto my wife MARY GREEN during her life my two lots of ground in Warrenton No. 34 and 35 whereon I desire and direct that then shall be put on immediately after my death as soon as may be by my Executors herein after named, Two Hundred and fifty pounds Virginia moneys worth of convenient houses and Improvements which is to be paid for as hereinafter directed.
I also lend unto my wife during her life two Negroes, vizt, LITTLE PATT and a Negro lad to be bought as herein after directed also I lend unto my wife a good horse & chair one good bed & furniture completed with curtains, one chest of drawers & two trunks.
I give unto my wife forever one half of all the beding furniture table and other linens which she hath accumulated since my marriage with her. Item. I give and bequeath to my daughter ANNE SPRINGER, four Negroes (to wit) CHARLOT and her three children, PAT, SIMON & HARDY together with four bounties of land in the State of Georgia containing two hundred & eight seven and half acres each one lying on Town Creek, one on the Oconey River about three miles above Golston Island & two at the mouth of Trail Creek in the name of ZACKARIAS COCKS to her and heirs forever.
Item. I give and bequeath to my son SOLO. GREEN one crown in silver.
Item. I give and bequeath to my Daughter BURCHET RANSOME, three thousand Dollars.
Item. I give and bequeath unto my Daughter SALLY JOHNSTON Two hundred pounds Virginia currency.
Item. I give and bequeath to my son WILLIAM GREEN on crown in silver.
Item. I give and bequeath to my son JOHN C. GREEN six Negroes, to wit, LITTLE CHARLES, ISHAM, JENNY, DICK, HARRY & FANCY, and my set of smiths tools but should my said son JOHN C. GREEN dye bearing no issue or should he dye leaving issue & should issue die before they arive to the lawful age, in either case it is my will and desire that the said six Negroes and set of smiths Tools, be equally divided amongst all my children and the legal representatives.
Item. I give and bequeath unto my Daughter LUCY GREEN three hundred pounds money, one bed and furniture one half of all the beding furniture table and other linen that remains of that which was hers at the death of my wife MARY GREEN, one horse and saddle, half a dozen silver table spoons to her and her heirs forever.
Item. I give and bequeath unto my daughter HENRIETTA GREEN, one thousand dollars together with one horse an saddle, one bed and furniture, half a dozen silver tablespoons and one half of all the beding furniture table and other linen which remain in my house of that which was at the death of her Mother to her and her heirs forever.
Item. I give unto each of my Grand children NATHANIEL G. MACON, ANN H. MACON, PRISCILLA MARY MACON and WILLIAM MACON three hundred dollars each.
Item. It is my will and desire should my son WILLIAM GREEN die without issue or leaving issue and such issue die before they come at lawfull age, in either case, the two tracts of land, given him during life, by deed of gift (to wit) one tract on the waters of Fishing Creek purchased of CHISWELL, and one half of my lower tract on Shoulderbone Creek, in the state of Georgia be equally divided amongst all my children.
Item. I give and bequeath to my daughter HENRIETTA GREEN after the death of my wife MARY GREEN all the property lent to her the said MARY during her life.
It is my will and desire that my Executors hereafter named, sell the whole of my property that is not herein divided, or heretofore given by deed of gift (giving twelve months credit) and the money arising from such sale together with what money may be due, and the sale of my crop, that may be on the ground at my death be applied to the following purposes, to wit, first to pay all my just debts, secondly to pay for the buildings to be put on my lotts herein alotted and let my wife for her use and purchase a Negro lad for her my said wife. Thirdly, to pay all the money, legacies here devised, and sums of money conveyed to my children by deed of gift last April, and it my will and desire should there be an overplus that it be equally divided amongst all my children share and share alike.
I do hereby appoint my son SOLOMON GREEN, my son WILLIAM GREEN, my son JOHN C. GREEN, sons in law HUGH JOHNSTON and SEYMORE RANSOM, friends JAMES TURNER and MARMADUKE JOHNSON as Executors of this my last will and Testament.
Signed, Published & Declared
This 30th March 1799
In the presents of
Warren County November Court 1799
This last will and Testament of WILLIAM GREEN dec'd was presented in Court and proved by the oaths of CHARLES WORTHAM, M. DUKE JOHNSON and JOHN WORTHAM subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded whereupon Letters Testamentory was granted to SOLOMON GREEN, SEYMORE RANSOME, JOHN C. GREEN and HUGH JOHNSTON Executors thereto name who qualified as such
Test. M. DUKE JOHNSON CC
Warren County, May Court 1800
WILLIAM GREEN one of the Executors named in this will qualified as such.
Test M. DUKE JOHNSON CC
(William Green, b.1739, was the son of Thomas Edward Green & Burchett Lundy. He was married 1st to Mary Elizabeth Christmas [dau/of John Christmas & Mary Graves], 2nd to Ann Hunt Macon [widow of John Alston; dau/of Gideon Macon & Priscilla Jones], and 3rd to a widow, Mary Vandyke, probably maiden name of BULLOCK.)
Estate of STIRLING JOHNSON-1844
Pursuant to the annexed order of Court to us directed we the undersigned Court have proceeded to order & set aside the Negroes belonging to the
Estate of STIRLING JOHNSON dec'd to those severally entitled according to the prayer of their petition as following, viz:
We have alloted No. 1 containing
JOHN val'd at...............$419
OSSIAN val'd at..............500
HOWARD val'd at...........275
LUCY & Children, YOUNG MARIA, PRISCILLA, CELIA
val'd at .......................... 575
To FR'S M. JOHNS to receive from
Lot No.2 containing
TONEY val'd at............$250
JIM val'd at....................500
NANCY & Children, ANGELINE, ARILLA
To MARY A. L. JOHNSON & To pay to No. 5
Lot No. 3 containing
BRAY valued at.............$250
TOM valued at ...............500
PENNY & Children, LAVINIA, JOHN, FORD, & Infant
JANE valued at..............350
SALLY valued at.............300
FANNY valued at.............00
To WADE H. JOHNSON
To pay Lot No. 1.......$73.00
To pay Lot No. 4.........35.00
[*Note: incorrectly added]
Lot No. 4 containing
THORNTON val'd at.....$300
HARRY val'd at................530
LEWIS val'd at................200
SANDY val'd at...............150
MACCARONIE, CAROLINE & MARGARET
OLD MARIA val'd at..........75
MARY ANN val'd at..........380
To AUGUSTUS C. JOHNSON
To receive from No. 3.... $35
To receive from No. 7.........7
Lot No. 5 containing
EPHRAIM val'd at........$250
MARK val'd at ...............400
DANIE val'd at...............200
RITTER val'd at..............200
MARTHA & Child NEWSHIRE[?]....450
TEMPE & Child BETSEY..300
To MRS. NANCY JOHNSON
To receive from No.7........... $1
To receive from No.6........... 33
To receive from No.6........... 33
Lot No. 6 to ATHERTON JOHNSON containing
DAN'L val'd at.................$500
HEZIKIAH val'd at............400
JOHN val'd at....................275
CHERRY val'd at...............100
FRANCES & Children, FRANK & ARABELLA
SUSAN val'd at..................325
To pay No.5......................$33
Lot No. 7 containing
ROBIN valued at.............$425
ORRIN valued at...............450
LAFAYETTE valued at.....450
OLD JACK valued at..........25
SARAH & Child CLOTILD valued at 475
MISSOURI valued at........350
BURWELL valued at..........00
To ANDREW J. JOHNSON
To pay No.5...................... $1
To pay No.4........................ 7
| All of which is respectfully submitted to the worshipful Court. Given under our hands &
Seals the 3rd day of March 1845.
W. C. CLANTON
Warren County, May Court 1845
This report was confirmed by the Court & ordered to be recorded.
M. J. MONTGOMERY, Clerk
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