Louisa County, Va. Probate Records

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Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 132, Edward McGehee, Type: Sett, Date:  
Estate Edward McGehee, Oswald McGehee admor; 1844 balance due the estate $1,251.20

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 156, Sarah L. Pendleton, Type: Will, Date: 13-May-1844
Will Sarah L. Pendleton to beloved mother, Unity Y. Pendleton, my lot of land 2 300 acres adjoining Cuckoo land, lands of Alfred Goodwin. Residue of estate to be divided amongst my 5 brothers, Madison, Joseph K., William K., Philip B. and Henry W. Pendleton. If mother dies before me that land to her to be divided equally amongst my brothers. If any brother dies under lawful age is part to remaining brothers. Contract made with bro. Jos. K. Pendleton respecting my interest in Green Bay to be confirmed. Brother Madison and Jos. K. to be exors. 21 Dec 1843. wit. Daniel H. Grubb, William J. Pendleton. Sig. Sarah L. Pendleton. Rec. 13 May 1844.

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 162, John Foster, Type: Will, Date: 13-May-1844
Will John Foster, feeble, I have already given to sons Robert, Meredith, John, Lancelot and Reuben as much of my estate as I am willing or able to give and they are not legatees of my estate. After debts are paid to 2 daus. Jane Foster and Mary Ann Foster the whole of my estate real and personal equally. Two daughters Jane and Mary Ann Foster to be executrix 10 Jan 1844. Sig. John (X) Foster wit. Stephen Farrar, David M. Foster, Thomas M. Armstrong, David Richardson, James Holmand. Rec. 13 May 1844. Mary Ann Foster with Reuben Foster as security on $200 bond qualified.

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 193, Richard Jones, Type: Will, Date: 11-Jan-1844
Richard Jones will, lists daughters: Jane Gilbert, Syntha H., Susan D.

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 204, Wm. W. Groom, Type: a/c sales, Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 220, James C. Dickenson, Type: Will, Date: 14-Oct-1844
Will James C. Dickenson of Louisa; to beloved wife Mary Dickenson all estate real and personal except my man Milton. If she remarries then she is to get what the law directs. to sons Roscow C. Dickenson and Joseph S. Dickenson and their heirs land formerly property of their grandfather Joseph Sandidge purchased by me since his death to be divided equally among them. To Joseph S. Dickinson an advantage or benefit equal to the tract sold by Roscow C. Dickinson to Byars Nuckolls to be valued at ? per acre and the amount to be accounted for by Roscow C. Dickenson with Joseph S. Dickinson in the division of the tract called Sandidges. To son James Dickinson tract that I bought of David Bullock and the part which was purchased by me at the sale of John Marshall lands being tract called the Horsepen tract and is the tract loaned my son James and is hereby put in trust for him. To son Claudius tract whereon I now live called ? and the water grist mill with all appurtenances. To my two daughters Jane Riordan and Anne O. Davis and their heirs the tract of land I purchase from the heirs of Dr. Jno. Wills cont. 400 acres to be divided equally. To my dau. Mary Lewis Dickinson and her heirs the tract I purchased from George ? on the NW side of road leading from Claybrooks, to Garrett's store and adj. Robert Goodwin. I desire my wife Mary Dickinson during her widowhood loan to any of her children slaves not excepted taking them into account in the final settlement. I will that sons Roscow C. Dickinson and Joseph S. Dickinson account for the general division and settlement each $500 making the sum of $1000 a part of my estate an which they disposed of to their own benefit and that son Roscow C. Dickinson account also for the sum of $200 for the price or value of Sarah wife of Isaac. I will that my daughter Jane Riordan account in like manner for sum of $500 in the general division on account of advances made for her benefit. I will that my groom and Ostler Melton in consideration of faithful services shall have his freedom and I hereby manumit him from slavery and to have his choice of any person who he may think proper to aid him as trustee with power in relation to him and to enable Milton to remain in this state as a free man or to move to any other state if he should prefer to do so. I will Negroes Gabriel, Julia, Dick, Emily, being the slaves given to my daughter Ann O. Davis and she is to account for them in the final settlement of my estate. I will that the Negro boy Lawrence being slave given to my son Roscow C. Dickinson is confirmed to Roscow and he to account for him. I will Negroes Martha, Letty, Bob, Lewis, Susan and children, nine in all delivered to son Joseph S. Dickinson and confirmed to him and he to give accounting in settlement. I will the slaves given to my daughter Jane Riordan at the general division to be for my daughter Jane during her life and then at her death equally divided between her three children Mary, Frances and Lafayette Riordan. I will Negro woman to have liberty of choosing which on my children she wished to live and her husband and children are to go with her. At death of wife or intermarriage I will that all the rest of my estate shall be equally divided after payment of debts between my sons Roscow C., James, and Claudius Dickinson and my daughters Jane Riordan, Ann O. Davis and Mary Lewis Dickinson equally. Appoint wife executrix and sons Roscow C. Dickinson, Joseph S. Dickinson and son in law William Davis exors. 16 Jul 1838. James C. Dickinson. wit. John L. Collins, Oswald McGehee, W. C. Waller. Rec. 14 Oct 1844

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 228, Frances Thomson, Type: Will, Date: 11-Nov-1844
Will Frances Thomson all estate equally divided amongst all children to wit, Ann Goodwin wife of John C. Goodwin, William Thomson, John Thomson, David T. and children of deceased daughter Mary Ann White wife of Dr. Aaron White. Ann Goodwin's portion to be held in trust by Dr. William Goodwin and John C. Y. Goodwin for her sole and separate and exclusive use of my daughter and to dispose of as she may see fit. Portion given to William Thomson in trust by his 3 sons James, William and Alfred for the use of himself and family during his lifetime of William and Rebecca his wife and at their death to their children. but in no case any portion to be in William's control. Portion of estate given to Lucy Dabney of Alexander Dabney who was a daughter of my daughter Mary to be held in trust by James White her brother for her sole and separate use. Son David Thomson sole exor. without sec. 18 Sep 1837. Wit David M. Hunter, William Chiles, John Ellis. Rec. 11 Nov 1844.

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 230, James Johnson, Type: Will, Date:  
Will James Johnson - everything in hands of executor to support wife and son Thomas Johnson, son to live at place called Harders on the north side of the road leading from county line and crossing the South Anna River at Shelton's Mill containing 120 acres; mentions son Thomas Johnson as insane.

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 264, James C. Dickinson, Type: Sett, Date: 10-Feb-1845
Inventory and appraisement of estate of James C. Dickinson $1,717.21 10 Feb 1845.

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 267, John Walton, Sr., Type: Will, Date: 14-Jun-1847
Will of John Walton, Sr. to wife Nancy Walton all estate real and personal. After her death to son Wm. J. Walton to have 100 acres including mansion house. To daughter Frances Loyall 1/7th, to dau. Mary B. Turner 1/7, to dau. Elizabeth Sims 1/7, to dau Amelia D. Tate 1/7, to dau. Martha A. Johnston 1/7, to dau. Mary S. Cosby 1/7, to son William J. 1/7. Son William J. to be exor. 19 Oct 1843. wit. John Walton, Jr., Samuel O. Clough, Albert G. Armstrong. Rec. 14 Jun 1847.

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 267, John Walton, Sr., Type: Will, Date: 14-Jun-1847
Will of John Walton, Sr. to wife Nancy Walton all estate real and personal. After her death to son Wm. J. Walton to have 100 acres including mansion house. To daughter Frances Loyall 1/7th, to dau. Mary B. Turner 1/7, to dau. Elizabeth Sims 1/7, to dau Amelia D. Tate 1/7, to dau. Martha A. Johnston 1/7, to dau. Mary S. Cosby 1/7, to son William J. 1/7. Son William J. to be exor. 19 Oct 1843. wit. John Walton, Jr., Samuel O. Clough, Albert G. Armstrong. Rec. 14 Jun 1847.

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 316, William Hughson, Type: Appt, Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 323, James C. Dickinson, Type: Acct, Date: 14-Jul-1845
Statement of account of Roscow C. Dickinson exor of James C. Dickinson recorded 14 Jul 1845.

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 361, John Walton, Type: Sett, Date: 14-Jul-1845
Recorded 14 Jul 1845. Estate John Walton, dec'd. In account with Pleasant Yeoman's admr. sum loaned you by my wife Mary Yeoman's formerly Mary Walton. cash pd. Nelson Walton in right of his wife in part payment of his portion of John Walton's estate. cash pd. Milton M. Brown in right of his wife. cash p Joel Walton in part his portion cash pd. Agness D. Walton in part her portion retained my wife's portion cash pd. William White in right of his wife. expenses to and from Hanover Court cash pad. Nelson Walton acting exor of William Walton Sr., dec'd. cash rec'd of Nelson Walton admor of William Walton, Jr. dec'd. in full of John Walton's portion of said William Walton, Jr. estate. cash of Nelson Walton acting exor of William Walton, Sr. estate.

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 361, John Walton, Type: Sett, Date: 14-Jul-1845
Recorded 14 Jul 1845. Estate John Walton, dec'd. In account with Pleasant Yeoman's admr. sum loaned you by my wife Mary Yeoman's formerly Mary Walton. cash pd. Nelson Walton in right of his wife in part payment of his portion of John Walton's estate. cash pd. Milton M. Brown in right of his wife. cash p Joel Walton in part his portion cash pd. Agness D. Walton in part her portion retained my wife's portion cash pd. William White in right of his wife. expenses to and from Hanover Court cash pad. Nelson Walton acting exor. of William Walton Sr., dec'd. cash rec'd. of Nelson Walton admor. of William Walton, Jr. dec'd. in full of John Walton's portion of said William Walton, Jr. estate. cash of Nelson Walton acting exor of William Walton, Sr. estate.

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 365, Richard Sims, Type: Will, Date: 11-Aug-1845
Will of Richard Sims to wife Henretta I. Sims, mentions children but doesn't name then. 25 May 1839. Wit. Richard Mason, D. b. bullock, William e. Woolfolk, W. D. Hunter. Rec. 11 Aug 1845.

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 396, Emily B. Sims, Type: Sett, Date: 10-Nov-1845
Estate of Emily B. Sims by Meriwether S. Sims to M.S. Sims; Kitty Sims, Wilson Herrings bond, Joseph Sims bond; Rec. 10 Nov 1845.

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 418, Anderson Hopkins, Type:  , Date: 10-Apr-1843
Sale of Negroes of Anderson Hopkins, Dec.d. 10 Apr 1843 by Pleasant Hacket, commissioner, by order of the Court: Daniel Saunders bought Caroline, Seymour Hopkins bought Danice, Judith Hopkins bought John, Kitty Hopkins bought Charlotte, George W. Trice bought Patty for a total of $1,017. divided amoungst the six legatees equals $168.66 to each. Sig. Daniel Saunders, Seymour Hoplins, A.G. Hopkins, William J. Hopkins, Charles E. Hopkins, Kitty A. Hopkins.

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 433, David Tisdale, Type: Will, Date: 09-Feb-1846
Will David Tisdale of Louisa. To wife Maria Tisdale and her three daughters Emily, Hardenia and Catharine, parcel of land adj. Perkins line, Barker's line (once Pettus) Harpers line (once Woods). Also Negro Barnett, horses, cows, etc. to wife's 3 daughters after her death to be kept together until youngest Catharine be 21 years. to daughter Mary Ann Johnson and her 3 daughters house she now lives in and land surrounding.. To daughter Nancy Abrams $2.00. All other land, cattle, etc. be sold and divided among my daughters Mary Ann Johnson, Elizabeth Tally and Ellen Spicer and sons William, Lemuel, Charles and Andrew Tisdale. Friends Chs. Y. Trevillians and Drury Wood exors. 9 Jan 1846. Sig. David Tisdale (X) wit. Tandy Chewining, James Turner Jr., Paul W. Corner. Rec. 9 Feb 1846.

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 433, David Tisdale, Type: Will, Date: 09-Jan-1846
Written 9 Jan 1846 wife Maria [Trevillian] Tisdale; three daughters Emily, Hardenia and Catherine, I leave my negro man Burnette; daughter Mary Ann Johnson and her three daughters, I give the house and land where she now lives; to daughter Nancy Abrams, I give the sum of two dollars; my three daughters Elizabeth Talley and Ellen Spicer, and sons William, Samuel, Charles and Andrew. Executors are Charley Trevillian and Drury Wood

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 448, Soloman H. Nelson, Type: Sett, Date: 05-Mar-1846
estate of Soloman H. Nelson dec'd. by John Nunn admor. 5 Mar 1846.

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 454, James Robertson, Type:  , Date: 08-Nov-1841
division of Negroes of James Robertson dec'd. lot No 1 to Achilles Robertson, No 2 to James Robertson, son of William Robertson, dec'd. and No. 3 to Mrs. Polly Arnett.

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 463, Chapman Humphrey, Type: Sett, Date: 31-Mar-1846
Settlement estate Chapman Humphrey by Sheriff Poindexter 31 Mar 1846.

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 492, Ralph Quarles, Type: Sett, Date: 08-Jun-1846
Appraisal estate Ralph Quarles slaves 8 Jun 1846.

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 496, Sarah Grubbs, Type: Sett, Date: 01-Nov-1849
estate of Sarah Grubbs legatees James T. Grubbs, David R. Jones' children, William Grubbs. 1 Nov 1849.

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 511, Thos. Johnson, Type: Sett, Date: 10-Aug-1846
settlement of David T. Johnson and Martha Johnson admin. of estate of Thos. Johnson, dec'd. bal due estate $3,905.87 To Mrs. Martha W. Johnson; to you as guardian for your children; To Bickerton S. Johnson; to Thomesia Johnson; to Henry W. Johnson; to Nicholas Johnson; to Dr. Fred A. Perkins, to Mildred B. Watkins, to William B. Towles; to Powhatan Perkins; to William Q. Johnson; to Meriwether L. Johnson Recorded 10 Aug. 1846.

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 517, Ralph Quarles, Type: Div, Date: 03-Jul-1846
Div. Slaves of Ralph Quarles to Mrs. Ann Quarles, to Jno R. Quarles, Mrs. Mary M. Lewis, Henry W. Quarles, James Quarles, Sarah Ann Chandler, Dr. Charles Quarles. 3 Jul 1846.

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 532, Hardin Duke, Type: Will, Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 534, Benjamin Harris, Type: Will, Date: 09-Nov-1846
Will Benjamin Harris in precarious health, debts to be pd.; to beloved wife Sarah Harris all property during her life and at her death to be equally divided amongst my sons: Elias T. Harris, James L. Harris, Benjamin F. Harris and daughters Elizabeth P. Harris, Jane O. Harris, Martha L. Harris and Mary J. Harris. 6 May 1832. [Sig.] Benja. Harris, wit. W. Cooke and W. L. Smith. Recorded 9 Nov. 1846.

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 549, Benja. Harris, Type: Inv, Date: 26-Nov-1846
Inventory estate Benja. Harris, dec'd. $4,156.54 rec. 26 Nov. 1846. by John Claybrooke, Robbert S. Cosby, Martin Baker.

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 552, Thommason Gooch, Type: Appt, Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 589, Martin Dunn, Type: Will, Date: 04-Mar-1842
Written 4 Mar 1842 wife Martha, my daughter Sarah B. wife of James Cosby; my sons Martin A. Dunn Jr., William G. Dunn, Thomas R. Dunn, James Dunn. I have already given my daughter Ruth dec’d wife of Daby Gooch and my daughter Nancy wife of Champness Terry and my daughter Susan and my son John their full share of my landed property. Executors are John and Thomas R. Dunn Witness: M. A. Dunn Jr., C. G. Trevillian, Wm Crawford, Amanda M. Dunn

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 590, Martin Dunn, Type: Will, Date: 20-Dec-1844
Written 20 Dec 1844 .. desire to anex ... my said will .. I now desire .. to render her [his wife Martha] comfortable, ... in view of the helpless condition of my daughter Susan S. Dunn,

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 594, John S. McGehee, Type: Will, Date: 12-Apr-1847
Will John S. McGehee to sister Mary R. McGehee a negro man Winston; to sister Ann T. Harris Negro Ann balance of estate to brother William signed 18 Aug 1846. no witnesses. Rec. 12 Apr 1847. Witnesses to signature Robert T. Bibb, Edmund Eggleston and Stephen Dunnington. William W. McGehee administrator with Samuel P. Hacket security.

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 621, Paul Ulegate, Type: Will, Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 622, John Smith, Type: Will, Date: 14-Jun-1847
Will John Smith, children of my niece Louisa Thomas tracts known as Terry and Hall tracts on Rocky Branch adj. Ann bullock, John C. Goodwin and Hensons Creek, children of niece Louisa Thomas - Granville S. Thomas, Louisa Thomas to have use of land for their life. Children of niece Martha D. Gentry tract I now reside 165 acres on Long Creek adj. William Nelson, Henson Creek old road, Halls Tract, Cartersville Road - Addison F. Gentry and Martha D. Gentry for their life only. Exor to sell tract called Cranks tract on Rocky branch adj. John C. Goodwin, Richard S. Duke, Cartersville Rd. Tract called Swifts to be sold. Have given to Methodist Society 1 acre for meeting house called Smithfield now standings. Children of sister Polly Terry, brother Thomas Smith, Sister Lovenia Byars, daus. Of Nancy Barrett, dec'd. Formerly Nancy Bablock, brother in law William Terry, Joseph Terry and his sister Frances Johnson, daus. Of my niece Betsy Harris, Frances Duke, niece Elizabeth Harris, Henrietta Sims, Ann Carpenter, nephew Pleasant Smith, niece Frances Nuckols, niece Sally Talley, niece Patsy Thomasson and 3 daus. Of George Thomasson. Exors Thomas Duke, Samuel Guy, A. Guy, William O. Harris, William S. Walton 18 Aug 1846 Rec. 14 Jun 1847.

Cty. Ora, Book: 12, Page: 27, Martin A. Dunn, Type: Will, Date: 01-Jan-1853
From Orange Co., Va. Will Book 12, Page 27: "Martin A. Dunn of Buckingham Co., leaves 1/3 of his estate to his wife Ann Maria, remainder divided between my son John Walker and my daughter Mary Susan; to my son I give my __?__ silver watch, and my library of books. I appoint my brother William G. Dunn executor. Written 19 May 1850, recorded Monday 24 Jan 1853.

Cty. Lou, Book: 12, Page: 31, John Walton, Type: Inv, Date: 09-Aug-1847
Inventory of John Walton, dec'd. 186 acres, Negroes Ben, July, Susan and 5 children. $4,311. 20 Jul 1847. by Atwood Wash, W. G. Walton, W. G. Walton, Wm. O. Harris. Rec. 9 Aug 1847.

Cty. Lou, Book: 12, Page: 36, James C. Dickinson, Type: Will, Date:  
Estate of James C. Dickinson in account with Jonathan T. Cowherd admons de bonis non with will annexed 1845. Rec. 1847.

Cty. Lou, Book: 12, Page: 112, Thomas R. Diggs, Type:  , Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 12, Page: 128, Benjamin Harris, Type: Acct, Date: 16-Dec-1846
Account sales of estate Benjamin Harris, dec'd. 16 Dec. 1846. Sale held 2 days on account of bad weather. 1st day $3547.723; E. T. Harris tract of land 277 acres at $3 per acre. 2nd day $247.08.

Cty. Lou, Book: 12, Page: 142, Benjamin Harris, Type: Will, Date: 10-Feb-1848
Estate Benjamin Harris, dec'd. in account with James L. Harris admr. and as agent for his legatees. p. Parson Cooke for funeral, Dr. J. B. Pendleton for medicine, James M. Price for crying property, pd. Nichols Terrell exor of Mills, pd. Wm. J. Pendleton medical bill, pd. Jno. Claybrook rent of Mosbys place. 10 Feb. 1848.

Cty. Lou, Book: 12, Page: 150, David Tisdale, Type: Sett, Date: 22-Jun-1848
Estate David Tisdale in account with Drury Wood $267. due estate 13 Jul 1846 - 22 Jun 1848.

Cty. Lou, Book: 12, Page: 162, James P. Hopkins, Type: Will, Date: 12-Jun-1848
Will of James P. Hopkins of Louisa; property to be sold except Negroes. To wife, Susannah P. Hopkins, 1/3 of estate. Remaining 2/3 to daughters Mary Ann and Elizabeth Walker equally. Daughters legacies to be held by Admr. until they arrive at age or marry. Brother in law, M.W. M. Michie and friend, John R. Quarles and Dr. Charles Quarles, to be executors. 14 May 1847 Sig. James P. Hopkins Wit. C.B. Hopkins, John D. Fielding, Hanry S. Smith, James F. Michie. Rec. 12 Jun 1848

Cty. Lou, Book: 12, Page: 176, Capt. James p Hopkins, Type: Inv, Date: 11-Sep-1848
Inventory of Capt. James P. Hopkins, Dec.d 20 Jul 1848 73 3/4 acres in Mechanicksville and land adjoining Mr. Boulware, Slaves: Aaron, Berry, Joe, Maria, Cynthia and her children, Anna, Milly, William, Sarah, Eliza and her children, Lucy, Martha, Jane and Charles. $8,202. Sig. C.R. Boulware, John D. Fielding, John R. Quarles, Rec. 11 Sep 1848 M.W.M. Michie, Exor.

Cty. Lou, Book: 12, Page: 213, Nathaniel Snelson, Type: a/c sales, Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 12, Page: 219, Wm. Y. Hiter, Type: Will, Date: 11-Dec-1848
Will Wm. Y. Hiter of Louisa to my dearly beloved wife, Jane Hiter, all estate real and personal during her widowhood; in case of her marriage her one-third part during her natural life and at her death to my four beloved children James, William Elizabeth and Hugh. All my children to be educated. To my eldest son James my family Bible and to each of my sons James William and Hugh one of my pocket Bibles used in preaching, the one in 2 volumes to William. To Elizabeth I give 1 edition handsomely bound of Scotts family Bible to be purchased with money from my estate. Request wife and children to treat slaves with kindness and indulgence as their condition will bear. As my signature is well known I consider there is no need of any further witness. 10 Aug 1824 Sig. William Y. Hiter. Recorded 11 Dec 1848.

Cty. Lou, Book: 12, Page: 302, Judith A. Smith, Type:  , Date: 14-May-1849
Judith A. Smith . Brother Nathan H. Crawford. Sister Lucy Ann Barrett. Frances and Elizabeth Paggett of Henrico connections of my dec'd. Husband. Mentions father. sister Mary e. Crawford. 24 Feb 1849 rec 14 May 1849

Cty. Lou, Book: 12, Page: 319, John Walton, Sr., Type: Sett, Date: 14-May-1849
Estate John Walton, Sr. to Wm. James Walton exor. sums paid amongst others to Robert Meredith, William J. Walton, Saml. Meredith, John B. Shelton, John Walton, Jr., N. Walton, Wm. S. Walton. Rec. 14 May 1849.

Cty. Lou, Book: 12, Page: 325, John Smith, Type: Sett, Date:  
Estate John Smith in account with Samuel A. Guy Exor. Pd A. F. Gentry legacy for Martha D. Gentry. P. Louise Thomas her legacy. John J. Black legacy of Anna S. Sims. John carpenter legacy of his wife Ann Carpenter. Nathaniel Talley legacy of his wife Sally Tally. Henrietta Q. Simms her legacy. Meredith Johnson's wife legacy. Frances Thomasson (dau. G. T.) Her legacy. Garland Duke legacy of Frances Duke. William Terry's legacy. Joseph W. Terry legacy. B. Johnson legacy of his wife Frances Johnson. D. M. Anderson and Elizabeth L. Anderson her legacy. pd. Leighton Nuckolls legacy of Frances Nuckolls. Garland Duke legacy of Frances Duke. legacy of M. H. Harris his wife and daughter of N. Barrett. Patty Thomasson her legacy. 1849

Cty. Lou, Book: 12, Page: 335, Ralph Quarles, Type:  , Date: 09-Jun-1849
Nathl. Mills exor of Ralph Quarles indebted to John Langston one of devisees $3,958.77 9 Jun 1849

Cty. Lou, Book: 12, Page: 338, Ralph Quarles, Type: Exor, Date: 11-Jun-1849
John R. Quarles exor of Ralph Quarles 11 Jun 1849 indebted to estate.

Cty. Lou, Book: 12, Page: 406, John Morrison, Type: Will, Date: 10-Sep-1849
(Submitted by Jackie Brooks (jackiebrooks@freedomnet.com)) No date on will, however, it was proved to be writing, etc. of John Morrison on September 10, 1849. There being no witnessses to the will, friends Matthew Talley Jr & Reuben D______ sworn to his handwriting. Will leaves wife,POLLY THOMASON, 1 cow and calf which she may choose;1 sow & pig, 1 feather bed and furniture which was hers when he married her; Sarah BARETT $5.00 as he had already given her negro girl named Louisa; daughter HARRETT $1.00 with negro man named HEROD-alias KING-;should any of his children be disposed to take two elderly negros viz. JOSEPH, wife MILLY ,at valuation ,they have them ;As wife has a child's interest in tract of land & owns valuable negro man which he has not received any part of , it is hoped that she will relinquish any further claim to what he might possess;after debts/expenses paid, all property to be sold on twelve month credit and divided equally between JOHN F. MORRISON, WILLIAM D. MORRISON, THOMAS JEFFERSON MORRISON,1/8 part to be divided among the children of BROCKENBROUGH MORRISON viz. FRANCES, JOHN, ANN & MARTHA MORRISON;should daughter MARY S. MORRISON who is at hospital in a deranged mind, recover her reason, she should share equally; JOSEPH K. PENDLETON, executor

Cty. Lou, Book: 12, Page: 420, Ralph Quarles, Type: Exor, Date: 12-Nov-1849
Jno R. Quarles exor of Ralph Quarles

Cty. Lou, Book: 12, Page: 443, Oswell McGehee, Type: Will, Date: 12-Nov-1849
Will Oswell McGehee of Louisa. After payments of debts I leave to George Tankershley of County of Tishamingo State of Mississippi in Trust for benefit of son, Edward N. Mcgehee, and his heirs, all Negroes being 2 Negro women and their children now in his possession in all 9. Require exors to obtain a receipt for these Negroes. To Wm. J. Pendleton and Wm. Cooke in trust for daughter, Anna N. Boxley, and her children all Negroes in Virginia 11 in all. Residue of estate to be divided between son Edward N. and daughter Anna subject to control of their respective trustees. Friends Wm. J. Pendleton and Wm. Cooke exors 6 Jun 1849. Wit. Thos. T. Goodwin, A. T. Coates. Codicil. Should issue of my children die and leave issue then issue to receive estate. Codicil Slave Betty to go to son Edward N through is trustee $200 and all perishable estate to daughter Anna. Anna has 1 doz. silver tea spoons anD1/2 doz silver tablespoons. She is to select one set and other to her brother Edward N. subject to control of trustee George Tankersley. Oswell McGehee Wit. Wm B. Blaydes, James M. Scott. Recorded 12 Nov 1849.

Cty. Lou, Book: 12, Page: 491, Abner Houchins, Type: Will, Date: 22-Nov-1849
Will Abner Houchins of Louisa, debts to be paid, lend to wife, Ann, all estate real and personnel, tract I live and all my Negroes, Peter, Werter, Spencer, Norbon, Frances and her child Julian, household furniture, stock, etc. At her death exors. to sell all estate and divide it among my Negroes. I wish my Negroes should select their master. Should any be disobedient to my wife they should be sold and forfeit all claim on my estate. Friend Fredk. Perkins to be exor. written 22 Nov 1849. wit. Thomas B. Harris, Edwin J. Baker, R. T. Bibb. Codicil gives to wife, Ann, my tract called Dudleys now called Morrison's Gold Mine.

Cty. Lou, Book: 12, Page: 508, William Sims, Type: Sett, Date: 11-Mar-1850
Appraisement of estate William Sims $330.35 25 Jan 1850 by Garland Duke, J. T. Bumpass, Simeon Hall. Recorded 11 Mar 1850.

Cty. Lou, Book: 12, Page: 578, David Lipscomb, Type: Will, Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 12, Page: 578, David Lipscomb, Type: Will, Date:  
Will of David Lipscomb. A few Years married to wife Lucy P. B. Lipscomb to her $1,200 and all she had before marriage.. Son Thomas bad management wasted what I have given him. Dau. Martha unfortunate, to live with son Nathan. grandchildren William and David children of late dec'd daughter Ann E. Lipscomb 1 share. grandchildren Henry and Mary D. Chiles children of my dec'd. Dau. Mary Chiles.. Daughter Elizabeth Lindsay has had advancements. Son Nathan Lipscomb has had advancements. Son Thomas Lipscomb has had advancements. Dau. Ann E. Lipscomb has had advancements. To Virginia Baptist Education Society in Richmond.

Cty. Lou, Book: 13, Page: 17, Nathaniel Snelson, Type: sett, Date:  
[No abstract was made.]



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