Louisa County, Va. Probate Records

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Cty. Lou, Book: 15, Page: 466, William Johnson, Type: Will, Date: 10-Oct-1864
Will William Johnson of Louisa, all debts to be paid. To my granddaughter, Susan F. Wash, 300 acres adjoining my land, land of Josephus Wash, south spring of Fork Creek, John P. Smith, Balance of land to daughters Arabella and Emma and wife Hardenia E. Johnson during wife's widowhood to be held jointly. At death or marriage of wife then to my 2 daughters equally. To the 2 children of my dec'd. granddaughter, Ann Wilkinson, who was formerly Ann Fox, $600 each to be paid them out of treasury notes of the Confederate States which I may have at the time of my death. I gave to the mother of these children in her lifetime property to the value of $1,400. To Arabella my Negro woman, Milly and her son, Bob. To daughter Emma my Negro woman Eliza and her son Garrick. To my 2 daughter my ward-robe and bureau, bed and furniture. To my 2 daughters provision for their support for 1 year for keeping up the farm with their mother for 1 year. The money I have on hand (Confederate notes) to my daughters. To my wife my pleasure carriage, harness, 2 horses, all my carpet and the last set of china I bought. To wife my Negro woman Fanny and her son Winston. Residue of estate divided viz- ? to my wife; ? to my granddaughter, Susan F. Wash, and ? each to my daughters Arabella and Emma share and share alike. Provisions in this will for my wife are intended in lieu of her dower. I was guardian for my granddaughter, Susan F. Wash. The whole of her estate I expended on her education which I am advised I had not the right to do without leave of the court. Therefore should my granddaughter and her present or future husband recover anything of my estate on account of such guardianship her legacy under this will is to abate to the amount of said recovering. I appoint my wife Hardenia E. Guardian of my 2 daughters Arabella and Emma with no security. I appoint Robert B. Waddy exor. to qualify without security. written 6 Sept. 1864 wit. John P. Smith and Tandy T. Seargeant. Recorded 10 Oct. 1864. Robert B. Waddy the exor on a bond of $230,000 (Two hundred and thirty thousand dollars)

Cty. Lou, Book: 15, Page: 469, Anna Key, Type: Acct, Date: 29-Jul-1864
Account of the sale of Mrs. Anna Key made by William S. Walton admor. 29 July 1864. total value $1187.75

Cty. Lou, Book: 15, Page: 470, Anna Key, Type: Will, Date:  
April 1863 George J. Gardner, Archibald T. Goodwin, Oscar Herring, William A. Garrett and William G. Walton to appraise the estate of Anna Key, dec'd. $18,036.73.

Cty. Ess, Book: 15, Page: 504, William Dunn, Type: Will, Date:  
Parish of So. Farnham; wife is Diana Dunn

Cty. Ess, Book: 15, Page: 511, Thomas Dunn, Type: Bond, Date: 20-Jan-1800
Thomas Dunn and William Gatewood, bonded as Admx. Of Henry Dunn, Jr., son of Nath. Dunn, dec'd.

Cty. Ess, Book: 15, Page: 512, Thomas Dunn, Type: Bond, Date: 20-Jan-1800
Thomas Dunn and William Gatewood, bonded as Admx. Of Nathaniel Dunn, dec'd.

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 0, Richard Sims, Type: Will, Date:  
Division of estate of Richard Sims, Dec'd. Will of William Sims of Hanover Judgements 1822 Sims vs. Walton.(not available as being microfilmed in Richmond)

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 8, Martha Snelson, Type: will, Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 93, Susan F. Wash, Type: Will, Date: 09-Oct-1865
At court Monday 9 Oct. 1865 Edwin C. Wash husband of Susan F. Wash a legatee of William Johnson, dec'd. ordered George J. Gardner, Richard C. Carpenter, William O. Winston, Geo. A. Payne and Andrew G. Walton appointed commissioners to lay off land to Edwin C. Wash being 300 acres on north side main tract to said legatee adjoining Josephus Wash, Fork Creek, J. P. Smith, Jonathan S. Paine.

Cty. Ora, Book: 17, Page: 100, William H. Dunn, Type: Will, Date: 28-Feb-1922
Wife Frances J[ones] Dunn; farm known as "Dunsale Mountain", Rapidan, Orange Co.; and 40 acres (described in my deed to Philip Smith dated Aug 25, 1919 marked as Plat D)' my two children Laura Eugenia Colvin and William Davis Dunn; wife is executrix; written 11 Apr 1920, recorded 28 Feb 1922

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 125, John Nunn, Type: Will, Date: 11-Jun-1866
Louisa county; 1st just debts and funeral expenses to be paid…. 2nd I lend unto my grandson John William Nunn, son of my son Joseph A. Nunn that part of the tract of land wherein I reside which lies west of the road leading from Louisa courthouse to Clayton's old store except 50 acres of the tract of land which was recently conveyed to me by Jonathan Cowherd being a part of the land recently conveyed to said Cowherd by William Thomson and wife, the balance of the land conveyed to me by said Cowherd being nine acres and a half acre it to be embraced in the land I have loaned above to my said grandson John William Nunn and is to be laid off adjoining the other land loaned him by a dividing line between that and the said fifty acres of land run as nearly east and west as practical so that the said nine acres and a half acre shall be all wood land for and during the natural life of my grandson. I also lend to my said grandson for and during his natural life one negro woman named Judy and her increase and one negro boy named Bob. I give to my grandson a good riding horse to him and his heirs forever. At the death of my said grandson I give the said estate and property so loaned my grandson as aforesaid in this my will to be equally divided among his children living at the time of his death and the descendants of any child that may have died leaving descendants each descendant to take what the parent would have taken if alive. If my said grandson shall die without lawful issue or the descendants of such issue then the estate and property so loaned my said grandson in this my will shall return to my estate hereinafter disposed of in this my will is directed to pass and go. 3rd I give to my grandchildren the children of my son Joseph A. Nunn which he now has or may hereafter have except my grandson John William Nunn the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars each to be expanded by my exhibitor hereinafter named in the education of my said grandchildren to be paid out of any money of my estate that may come to the hands of my executor. 4th I lend unto my son Joseph A. Nunn all the balance of my land after taking off what I have in this will loaned to my grandson John William Nunn all the balance of my property of every description containing my slaves and their increase not before distributed. And during his natural life and after his death I give all the estate and property so loaned my said son to the children of my said son living at the time of his death and to the descendants of my child that may have died leaving descendants, such descendants to take what the parent would have taken if alive. Lastly, I nominate and appoint my son Joseph A. Nunn executor of this my last will and testament and I desire that he be permitted to qualify as such without his being required to give security. In witness whereof, I have hereto set my hand and affixed my seal this 13th day of April 1859. Signed published and declared as and for the last will and testament of John Nunn in our presence who have witnessed the same in the presence of the testator and at his request and in the presence of each other Charles S. Jones, Ferdinand Jones, Henry W. Murray, E. H. Lane. Recorded 11 June 1866.

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 163, Wm. W. Groom, Type: Appt, Date: 01-Sep-1886
Sept. term 1866 ordered that Lewis B. Nuckolls, Wm. R. Nuckolls, John R. Marshall, Hohn A. Gillman and Nathan A. Ware or any three of them --- after taking an oath for the purpose to appraise such goods and chattels of William W. Groom dec'd as may be processed to them that they sign the said appraisment and return it to the clerk of the court. Jesse Porter [Clerk]

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 164, Thomas Whitlock, Type: Will, Date: 15-Feb-1861
Will of Thomas Whitlock to son James tract I reside of 146 acres adjoining A. W. Talley, C. B. Cosby, daughter Sarah A. Grymes to have a home on above tract as long as she lives. Balance to be divided equally between son James and daughter Sarah A. Grymes. Son James to be exor. 15 Feb 1861. Sig. Thomas (x) Whitlock. wit. Robert T. Roberts, Thomas Waldrop, Marcellus W. Beadles.

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 201, Unity Y. Pendleton, Type: Will, Date: 11-Feb-1867
Will Unity Y. Pendleton, after payment of debts, everything owned by me to be equally divided amongst my six living children or their descendants according to Va. law of distribution. I leave nothing to grandson Edmund p Goodwin for reasons expressed in will of my dec'd. husband. 12 Aug 1843. Unity Y. Pendleton. wit. Daniel H. Grubbs, Wm. J. Pendleton, Jos. W. Pendleton and H. A. Lassiter. Rec. 11 Feb 1867.

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 284, Eliz. Gooch, Type: Will, Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 325, William Mansfield, Type: Sett, Date:  
Settlement of William Mansfield, Dec'd. 1867 October Court, Louisa County. On motion of Ann F. Mansfield, widow and relict of William d. Mansfield, ordered that Joseph M. Baker, Edward S. Mansfield and Joseph H. Johnson, appointed commissioners, to lay off land on which William D. Mansfield lived at the time of his death to be held by her during her lifetime and divide balance between his children according to his will. 575 acres as per accompanying PLAT. To Mrs. A.F. Mansfield 186 acres with building valued at $2,460. She to pay Miss F. B. Mansfield $50.00 $2,410. her total. To F. W. Chiles 238 acres valued at $2,875., he to pay F. B. Mansfield $465. His total $2,410. To Miss F. B. Mansfield 114 acres and 37 acres adjoining the lands of E. S. Mansfield and others $,1895. Miss F. B. Mansfield to receive of Mrs. A. F. Mansfield $50. and from F. W. Chiles $465. Her total $2,410.

Cty. Alb, Book: 17, Page: 343, James Dunn, Type: Will, Date: 21-Sep-1840
Albemarle Co. Will Book 17, page 343, written 21 Sep 1840, and Will Book 18, page 386 (amended 14 May 1845). Will was proven 3 Jun 1846. Mentions son John, Reuben, James; daughter Sally Gentry, Elizabeth Gentry, Polly Snow, grandson James T. Marshall. The land I purchased of Wm. McGehee and Robert Davis. witness Thos. R. Dunn

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 352, Robert Gooch, Type:  , Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 395, John G. Mansfield, Type: Sett, Date: 11-Jan-1869
Edward S. Mansfield heir at law of John G. Mansfield, Dec'd special commissioners to lay off and allot to Mary B. Mansfield widow of John G. Mansfield 1/3 real estate . Main tract 240 acres, tract #2 44 acres, tract #3 37 2/3 acres. total 317 2/3 acres. ; 95 1/5 acres to widow and 13 1/4 acres.

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 395, Edward S. Mansfield, Type:  , Date: 11-Jan-1869
Edward S. Mansfield heir at law of John G. Mansfield, Dec'd special commissioners to lay off and allot to Mary B. Mansfield widow of John G. Mansfield 1/3 real estate . Main tract 240 acres, tract #2 44 acres, tract #3 37 2/3 acres. total 317 2/3 acres. ; 95 1/5 acres to widow and 13 1/4 acres.

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 433, Kitty Nelson, Type: Will, Date: 01-Apr-1869
Will Kitty Nelson to my nephew John E. Nelson tract of land I live on cont. about 250 acres also all personal estate and he to be exor. 17 Apr 1857. Kitty (X) Nelson. wit. Alex. H. Johnson, Benjamin M. Francisco, Jere. A. Roberts Rec. Apr 1869.

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 459, Ann L. Foster, Type: Will, Date: 08-Nov-1869
Will Ann L. Foster wife of David M. Foster of Louisa. to my husband David M. Foster while he remains a widower my whole estate. After death of husband or if he should marry again, my estate to be kept together until death of the last survivor of my children. Children to be supported while unmarried from estate. After death of all of my children then to their survivors. Husband and Benjamin F. Richardson to be executors. 5 Jun 1868 Wit. F. N. Fleming and John H. Guy. Rec. 8 Nov 1869. Proved by Guy, 14 Mar 1870 proved by Frederick N. Fleming.

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 480, Thomas Nelson, Type: Will, Date: 12-Aug-1861
Will Thomas Nelson of Augusta Co., Va. lately a practitioner of medicine in City of Richmond now living in Louisa co. To wife Julia Maria Nelson . All estate excepting to our niece Sarah Elizabeth Selden, niece Ann Josephine Selden, to descendants of my brother Alexander Franklin Nelson and sister Elizabeth Montgomery. to Thomas N. Watson, To Julia M. Morris, to nephew William Nelson, to nephew James Montgomery. 17 Mar 1856. Codicil.. to Friend B. Johnson 6 Aug 1859. Will rec. 12 Aug 1861.

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 484, Julia Nelson, Type: Will, Date: 18-May-1870
Will Julia Nelson of Louisa but now resident of Baltimore, Md. Estate left me by my husband Dr. Thomas Nelson of Virginia called Glenburnie to be sold except furniture to pay legacies of my husband of $5,000 to Sarah Elizabeth Selden now Strother and $3,000 to Anne Josephine Selden and $6,000 to descendants of Alexander Franklin Nelson and Elizabeth Montgomery to be paid in compliance with my husband request to distribute amongst heirs of his brother Alexander Franklin Nelson and his sister Elizabeth Montgomery. To Nannie E. Waddill, wife of Littleton Waddell of Staunton, Va. and daughter of Eliz. Montgomery; to Mary Ella Nelson daughter of Alexander F. Nelson; to _____, eldest daughter of William Nelson; to Alexander S. Nelson of Lexington in trust for benefit of ____ eldest dau. of Julia Ann Nelson; To Sarah Elizabeth Strother; To Ann Josephine Selden; All rest of estate to Sarah Elizabeth Strother and Josephine Selden. Ann Josephine Selden exitrix 25 Mar 1870. wit. Ann Bird Taliaferro, Eliza. M. Riddle, Chas. C. Wight. Rec. 18 May 1870.

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 502, Reuben B. Davis, Type: Will, Date: 11-Jul-1870
I Reuben B. Davis of the county of Louisa State of Virginia being of sound and disposing memory do make this my last will and testament in manner and form as follows: Item 1st I wish all my just debts paid by my executrix and executor herein after named out of any of my personal estate not specifically disposed of in the after part of this will. Item 2 I give to my son R. Frank Davis one hundred and twenty five dollars in gold coin to buy him a gold watch and I direct that it be paid over to him as soon after my decease as convenient not withstanding his minority. Item 3 I give to my wife my gold watch to be disposed of at her death as she thinks proper. I also lend to my wife during her life two coupon bonds of the Virginia Central Rail Road Company for the sum of one thousand dollars each and if my said wife finds it necessary for her comfortable support she is authorized to use the principal of said bonds or so much thereof as she may find necessary and what remains of said bonds at her death shall be divided as the rest of my estate is directed to be divided in the after part of this will. Item 4th I direct that my executrix and executor herein after named out of any funds belonging to my estate set apart the sum of two hundred dollars to be equally divided between my two sons George W. and H. Clay Davis for the purpose of purchasing them a gold watch each said sum and all interest that may accrue thereon to be paid over to them at such time as their mother shall deem best, and in the mean time said sum is to be put out at interest and so remain until my said wife shall think proper, to turn it over to them for the purpose aforesaid. Item 5th I give to each of my four daughters to wit: Annie B., Ella M., Mary C. and Willie p Davis the sum of one hundred dollars each to be paid over to them notwithstanding their minority at such time as their mother shall deem best and the condition of my estate will justify. Item 6th I give to my son John W. Davis one coupon bond of the Virginia Central Rail Road Company for the sum of one thousand dollars. Item 7th I give to each of my four daughters in their arriving at lawful age or marrying one coupon bond of the Virginia Central Rail Road Company for one thousand dollars and I give to my three sons R. Frank, George W. and H. Clay Davis on their arriving at age one coupon bond each, of the Virginia Central Rail Road Company for the sum of one thousand dollars. All the interest that may accrue on said bonds previous to the times at which they are to be delivered to my said children is to be collected by my Executrix and Executor and constitute a part of the general residuum of my estate to be disposed of as provided for in the after part of this will and should any of my said children die under twenty one years of age, unmarried and without issue, then I direct that the legacy bequeathed in this clause of my will to the one so dieing (sic) shall pass unto and constitute a part of the general residuum of my estate and in as much as some of my children are young and it will necessarily be some time before all the bequests in the clause of my will can be delivered to them I do hereby autorise and empower my said executrix and executor if in their judgment they deem it best for the interest of my children to dispose of said coupon bonds and invest the proceeds in some other good and safe security and the securities so taken in the place of said Coupon bonds shall stand in all respects in the room and stead of said coupons. Item 8th All the rest and residue of my estate of every kind and description whatsoever which I may be entited to at the time of my death whether real personal or mixed and whether in possession, remainder or reversion, I lend to my wife until my youngest child shall arrive at the age of twenty one years, unless my wife shall sooner die or marry and upon the arriving at age of my youngest child, or upon the death or marriage of my wife, I direct that the whole of my estate shall be divided equally among my children and their descendants in case any of them die leaving descendants such descendants in all cases taking per stirpes. After setting apart one third part for my said wife if she be living at the time my youngest child arriving at age such third part to be held by her for her life and at her death to be equally divided among my children and their descendants as specified above but should at any time any of my said children die under twenty one years old unmarried and without issue then the portion that such child do dieing (sic) would take cend to his or her surviving brother and sisters and their decendnts ( sic) such decendants in all cases taking per stirpes. Item 9th During the time my estate is kept together under the 8th clause of my will I wish it managed by my wife and my son John W. who I will appoint Executrix and Executer, my object being to provide a home for my wife and all my children as long as they are unmarried and wish to remain with their mother, free of all charge and moreover to have all my minor children clothed and educated out of my estate free of all charge to them and to this end I give my said wife and son John W. full power and authority to carry on and conduct all the various branches of business in which I am now engaged in their name as my representatives if they shall deem it best for the interest of my estate and to this end I authorise them to make such purchases as may be necessary and to make sale of any of my personal estate which they may deem necessary for the interest of my estate and the futherance of my object expressed in this will. Item 10th I wish an inventory made of my estate and returned to the Clerk's Office of Louisa County but I direct that no appraisement shall be made of my estate nor any public sale of any of my property, my object and intent being that my said wife and son John W. as my representatives shall step into my shoes and carry on all my various operations as if I were alive until the time specified for the division of my estate. But in the general management of my estate I wish them to exercise a sound discretion and discontinue any branch of business when in their opinion it is unprofitable . All the profits arising from the estate after defraying the expenses of the family and the education of my children shall constitute a part of my estate and be divided as my other estate is directed to be divided in the 8th clause of this will. Item 11th I do not wish any salary paid my son John W. unless he shall marry. If he does and thinks proper to continue to manage my general business then I direct that such salary shall be paid him out of my estate as may be agreed on between himself and his mother. Item 12th Should any of my daughters marry under age without the consent of their mother or in case she be dead, without the consent of their guardian then I direct that the portion of such daughter so marrying that she or they maybe entitled to under this will shall be placed in the hands of a trustee to be appointed by the County of Louisa county to be held by said Trustee for the sole and control of her husband she to receive the interest or profits during her life and at her death to be divided among her children or their descendants and if she die without issue then the same shall be divided among her surviving brother and sisters and their decendants. Item 13th My brother i law, Francis O. Moss is indebted to me in a large amount which is secured by a deed of trust bearing date on the 15th day of November 1865 and recorded in the Clerk's Office of Louisa county on the same day in which he conveyed to Henry W. Murray as Trustee his tract of land in Louisa county and his personal estate. Now I direct and require my said Executrix and executor upon the payment to them of the sum of two thousand dollars with interest on the same from the 6th day of Apr 1870 either by the said Moss or his wife or any other person for her to transfer and assign all the interest I have in said deed of Trust and the claims therein secured to such Trustee as the said F. O . Moss' wife may name to be held by him for the benefit of said F. O. Moss and his wife for and during their joint lives with remainder to their issue in fee simple and if the said sum of two thousand dollars with interest is not paid to my estate so that it will be necessary to sell under said deed then I hereby authorise my executrix and executor to pay over to such trustee for the uses above stated all that such property may sell for over and above the said sum of two thousand dollars and the interest thereon. Lastly I constitute and appoint my wife Ann M. Davis Executrix and my son John W. Davis executor of this my last will and testament and request the Court in which this my will shall be admitted to probate to permit my said executrix and executor to qualify without giving any security. And in the management of all legal matters connected with my estate it is my wish that my said executrix and executor shall consult my friend Edward H. Lane. In witness whereof I have hereto set my hand and affixed my seal to this my last will and testament this 7th day of Apr 1870. Sig. Reuben B. Davis. Signed, sealed, published and declared as and for the last will and testament of Reuben B. Davis in our presence who at his request and in his presence and in the presence of each other have hereto signed our names as witnesses thereto. Sig. Edward H. Lane and R. R. Towsey. Codicil to this my last will and testament. If in the opinion of my executrix and executor the interest of my estate will be promoted by sale of any of my real estate make sale of any of my real estate on such terms as to cash or credit as they think best and the proceeds arising from such sale shall be invested by them in such interest bearing bonds or stocks as they deem best for the interest of my estate. In witness whereof I have hereto set my hand and affixed my seal this 7th day of Apr 1870. Sig. Reuben B. Davis. Wit: Edward H. Lane and R. R. Towsey. In Louisa County Court Jul 11th 1870, A paper writing purporting to be the last will and testament of Reuben B. Davis dec'd. with a codicil thereto dated the said 7th day of Apr 1870 was this day produced in open court and proved by the oaths of Edward H. Lane and R. R. Towsey the two subscribing witnesses thereto and thereupon by the court ordered to be recorded as the true last will and testament and codicil thereto of the said Reuben B. Davis dec'd. and on motion of Ann M. Davis and John W. Davis the executrix and executor named in the last will and testament of Reuben B. Davis dec'd. who made oath according to law entered into and acknowledged a bond in the penalty of seventy thousand dollars conditioned as the law directs, a certificate is granted him for obtaining probate of said will in due form which said bond is ordered to be recorded. They being permitted by the court to qualify without giving security in accordance with the request of said will. Teste Saml. H. Parsons Clk.

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 526, Mary B. Mansfield, Type: Will, Date: 13-Feb-1871
Will of Mary B. Mansfield to heirs of Edward S. Mansfield land on Christopher run purchased of Robert M. Kent trustee for Edward Mansfield to satisfy Edward' s creditors to be used by Edward Mansfield and his wife Mary E. and then to their children . Edward S. Mansfield exor or Mary E. if he dies. No witnesses. Sig. Mary B. Mansfield. 18 mar 1869. Rec. 13 Feb 1871 Joseph M. Baker and Robert M. Baker swore to her handwriting.

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 526, Mary B. Mansfield, Type: Will, Date: 13-Feb-1871
Will of Mary B. Mansfield to heirs of Edward S. Mansfield land on Christopher run purchased of Robert M. Kent trustee for Edward Mansfield to satisfy Edward' s creditors to be used by Edward Mansfield and his wife Mary E. and then to their children . Edward S. Mansfield exor or Mary E. if he dies. No witnesses. Sig. Mary B. Mansfield. 18 mar 1869. Rec. 13 Feb 1871 Joseph M. Baker and Robert M. Baker swore to her handwriting.

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 527, John Collins, Type: Will, Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 538, Mrs. Anna F. Mansfield, Type: Sett, Date: 18-Nov-1869
Inventory of estate of Mrs. Anna F. Mansfield, Dec'd. estate. 18 Nov 1869. 1/3 interest in bonds to a number of people amongst them John Lispcomb, Henry Chiles, E.P. Hawkins, F. W. Chiles, Robert Hart, Jr., Jesse J. Porter...... Also written Anne D. Mansfield.

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 538, Anna F. Mansfield, Type: Inv, Date: 18-Nov-1869
Inventory of estate of Mrs. Anna F. Mansfield, Dec'd. estate. 18 Nov 1869. 1/3 interest in bonds to a number of people amongst them John Lispcomb, Henry Chiles, E.P. Hawkins, F. W. Chiles, Robert Hart, Jr., Jesse J. Porter...... Also written Anne D. Mansfield.

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 540, William D. Mansfield, Type: Sett, Date:  
Inventory of estate of William D. Mansfield, Dec'd. estate.

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 540, William D. Mansfield, Type: Inv, Date:  
Inventory of estate of William D. Mansfield, Dec'd. estate.

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 558, Mary B. Mansfield, Type: Sett, Date: 14-Aug-1871
Inventory of Mary B. Mansfield estate 108 1/2 acres land, etc. $1,548.12 14 Aug 1871.

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 558, Mary B. Mansfield, Type: Inv, Date: 14-Aug-1871
Inventory of Mary B. Mansfield estate 108 1/2 acres land, etc. $1,548.12 14 Aug 1871. wore to her handwriting.

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 561, William V. M. Hamilton, Type: Sett, Date: 15-Apr-1871
List of personal property belonging to estate of William V. M. Hamilton 15 Apr 1871 by James Boxley, Joseph C. Boxley, Sr., Humphrey J. Parrish. Total value $598.25.

Cty. Alb, Book: 17, Page: 573, James Dunn, Type:  , Date: 01-Jan-1846
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 602, Leighton I. Nuckolls, Type: Will, Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 607, Madison Pendleton, Type: Will, Date: 10-Jun-1872
Will Madison Pendleton, debts to be paid. To wife Elizabeth K. Pendleton entire estate so long she remains a widow, if she remarries then 1/3. Remainder amongst my 3 sons Edmund S. Pendleton, Charles K. Pendleton and William B. Pendleton and granddaughter Betty B. Pendleton daughter of my beloved son John B. Pendleton, deceased. Granddaughters portion in trust of exor. free of her husbands control. A portion of my land (the house and 259 acres) now held by Jos. K. in trust for the benefit of my wife and children for $1,500, the deed gives me the right to sell only requiring $1,500. I have sold to son Wm. B. Pendleton a portion of the land in the said trust deed and son and his wife are parties to said trust deed. If granddaughter fails to relinquish her interest in that land she shall be cut by that much. I am security for Sally A. Pendleton the guardian of my said granddaughter B. B. Pendleton. Should my estate have to pay on that security my granddaughter's legacy shall be curtailed by that full amount. the tract of land my deceased son John B. lived on and now occupied by Sally A. and my granddaughter would come to me if my granddaughter died under age but if that happens I give the tract to daughter in law S. A. Pendleton. Appoint wife E. K. Pendleton exix with sons Edmund S. Pendleton, Charles K. Pendleton and William p Pendleton. 21 Feb 1872. Wit. James M. Trice, W. J. Richardson Rec. 10 Jun 1872.

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 624, William V. M. Hamilton, Type: Acct, Date: 16-Apr-1872
Account of sale of perishable property of William V. M. Hamilton, dec'd. on credit of 6 months $129.80. list livestock, bed, etc. 16 Apr 1872.

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 659, George Hunter, Type:  , Date: 31-Dec-1872
Sale of personal property 31 Dec 1872 of George Hunter $145.27.

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 720, Charles G. Trevilian, Type: Appt, Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 734, Richard D. Loving, Type: Will, Date: 06-Feb-1871
Will of Richard D. Loving To wife Isabella, sons Richard s. and Lewis W. Loving. Four children in all Mary E. Talley wife of John W. Talley, George W., Richard s. and Lewis W. Loving. Wit. William G. Gordon, Jr, and John S. Williams. Rec. 6 Feb 1871.

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 771, Ann A. Hopkins, Type: Sett, Date: 15-May-1874
Inventory of estate of Ann A. Hopkins, Dec'd 13 Apr 1874 by W.B. Saunders, A.B. Langford, J.D. Wheeler. Rec. 15 May 1874

Cty. Lou, Book: 17, Page: 777, Nancy Lipscomb, Type: Will, Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 18, Page: 20, Charles B. Diggs, Type:  , Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 18, Page: 27, Merewether S. Hoggar, Type: Will, Date: 12-Jul-1875
Will of Merewether S. Hoggard of Louisa to wife Mary M. Hoggard all estate during her widowhood otherwise 1/3 to her. At death of my wife to my brother in law James E. Smith and John P. Basket and their wives Lucy M. Smith and Susan S. Basket one equal 1/2 of my estate equally divided. The other 1/2 to my brother Temple Hogard and surviving children of my brother Andrew Hoggard to be equally divided. To nephew Temple Gordon Hogard $100 for affection I have for him. brother in law James E. Smith and John P. Baskett exors. wit. A. J. Perkins, Geor. L. Anderson, James C. Parish. Recorded 12 Jul 1875.

Cty. Lou, Book: 18, Page: 98, Ellis Hughson, Type: A/C, Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 18, Page: 119, Peter King, Type: Will, Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 18, Page: 195, Jane O. Duke, Type: Appt., Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 18, Page: 198, Clara L. Garland, Type: Will, Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 18, Page: 218, Mary Hambleton, Type: Sett, Date: 12-Nov-1877
Minor Johnson, Robert Reynolds, Samuel C. Harris, Wm. Harris and Robert Harris appointed to appraise estate of Mary Hambleton, dec'd.

Cty. Lou, Book: 18, Page: 263, William Duke, Type: Will, Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 18, Page: 331, William Gooch, Type: Will, Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Alb, Book: 18, Page: 386, James Dunn, Type: Will, Date: 03-Jun-1846
(amended 14 May 1845). Will was proven 3 Jun 1846. Give Sally $300 instead of negro Harriett (deceased)

Cty. Lou, Book: 18, Page: 429, Charles Quarles, Type: Will, Date: 12-Sep-1881
Will Charles Quarles debts to be paid, to wife Ellen V. Quarles my buffalo robe the present made me by the scholars at my school and a good library from my books. to daughter Sally Lee Goodman my Belle Monte land with 100 acres at the lower end of Inglewood farm, to daughter Nannie H. McComb and my wife Ellen Virginia Quarles the remainder of Inglewood, to grandson Charles Quarles Goodman my watch and to each grandchild $40 to purchase a watch or other present. My 2 daughters and wife to share stock equally. Genl. Wm. M. McComb and Henry G. Goodman be allowed benefits for improvements made on properties. If Henry G. Goodman and wife Sallie Lee elect to remain at Inglewood during wife's lifetime they can. Wife Ellen V. Quarles to be exix. and suggest as her advisors her brother John Hunter Jr. and brother in law R. M. Kent and my nephew John R. Quarles. 30 Apr 1880. Sig. Charles Quarles. Wit. John R. Quarles, Emma C. Quarles, James C. Quarles and Charles Quarles Jr. Codicil 21 Jun 1880 wife to qualify without security. Rec. 12 Sep 1881.

Cty. Alb, Book: 18, Page: 484, John Dunn, Type: Will, Date: 06-Nov-1848
Son James M. Dunn (negro Fendal), already given to Sally S. Garrison; Nancy G. Via; daughter Susan Gentry and her four children; wife is Elizabeth; sons Willis and William Dunn are executors. Dated 25 Sep 1848 , witness Thos. R. Dunn, W. E. Bibb; Amended 4 Oct 1848 to redistribute money, Recorded 6 Nov 1848

Cty. ?, Book: 18, Page: 546, John A. Netherland, Type: Will, Date: 11-Jun-1883
WB 18, page 546, John A. Netherland of city of Richmond; wife, Martha J. Netherland 9 July 1879 recorded 11 June 1883.

Cty. Lou, Book: 19, Page: 78, Alice G. Trevilian, Type: Appt, Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 19, Page: 85, Lucy Ann Vowles, Type: Will, Date: 09-Mar-1885
Will Lucy Ann Vowles, of Albemarle Co. Exors to use the interest on $200 to keep in neat repair the section in the Charlottesville burying ground belonging to estate of my deceased husband. At death of survivors of exors to principal to go to Charlottesville Baptist Church of which I am a member.. to nephew Elisha Pendleton only surviving son of my deceased brother Thomas Pendleton $300. To children of deceased sister Barbara O. Phillips belonging to estate of my deceased husband about $1,000. To the bond Dr. James Poindexter is the principal obligor and my deceased brother in law William B. Phillips was his security I give to said children of my sister Barbara O. Phillips. Remainder of estate equally divided amongst children of deceased brother Edmund Pendleton, the children of his deceased son Madison Pendleton, one part to children of deceased brother John B. Pendleton. My said brother John B. Pendleton is supposed to have died many years since in the state of Alabama, one part to the following children and grandson of my deceased sister Malinda Barrett to wit Sarah K. Holladay, John H. Barret and William T. Barret her children and John B. Mallory her grandson. John B. Mallory to take $300 as his full share. On other eighth part to the children of my deceased sister Sarah M. Winston of Hanover County. Some of these have departed this life leaving issue and they are to take his of her parents part. to my brother Joseph W. Pendleton one eight par. One part to the children of deceased sister Barbara O. Phillips in addition to the bond herein before described to which their father, William B. Phillips was security, One eighth part to the children of deceased brother William J. Pendleton . Exors to pass to great nephew Hunter Pendleton the part that his deceased father David H. Pendleton would take. One eight part to be equally divided among the children of deceased half sister Frances S. Tompkins. Appoint nephews Jos. K Pendleton and Phillip B. Pendleton of Louisa and great nephew in law John Hunter Jr. of Richmond exors. to qualify without security. 18 Apr 1873. Lucy Ann Vowles. Wit. Wm. J. Robertson and Jeffin R. Taylor. Codicil I revoke void all legacies given to the children of my sister Barbara O. Phillips deceased and in lieu of such legacies I give to the children of my said sister my tract of land recently purchased by me in Buckingham Co. cont. about 600 acres any three of them holding in fee simple at the valuation of any 3 freeholders of Rockingham and paying to the remaining children their equal shares except as to my niece Elizabeth Bransford to whom I give an extra share of the valuation money of $300. 1 Jun 1874. Wit. S. V. Southall and R. T. W. Duke. Rec. 9 Mar 1885.

Cty. Lou, Book: 19, Page: 143, James E. Smith, Type: Will, Date: 14-Dec-1885
Will of James E. Smith debts to be paid; to my children by my present wife, Lucy Mildred Smith all property I acquired in the estate of M. S. Hoggard under his will. To wife Lucy Mildred all property as long as she remains unmarried. If she remarries then what the law give her. At wife's death everything equally to all of my children. Wife Lucy Mildred to be executor. 23 Jan 1878 Sig. James E. Smith Recorded 14 Dec 1885 proved by Thomas M. Fowles and B. A. Henson.



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