Louisa County, Va. Probate Records

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Cty. Lou, Book: 5, Page: 624, William Cole, Type: Sett, Date: 08-Apr-1816
Estate William Cole, Dec'd, John Bibb adm= 8 Apr 1816 1810 1816 ..paid sheriff...pd. Thomas Arnet 50..Williaim Talley..150..George Talley 156...John Cole 100, William Fortson...46.50...Samuel Cole 184.20...William B. Cole 184.20...

Cty. Lou, Book: 5, Page: 627, Stephen Gooch, Type: Will, Date: 10-Jun-1816
Writtien 1 Feb 1816, Recorded 10 Jun 1816 I have given to my children Thomas, Stephen, Betsey, Polley, Susanna, Ann and Louisa; son James, son Pollard [maybe deceased]; Executors are wife, sons Thomas and Stephen, and son-in-law Peter M. Daniel; Witness John Nunn, Thomas Draper, John Vest, John Fleshman, William Trice, John Lipscomb.

Cty. Lou, Book: 5, Page: 627, Stephen Gooch, Type: Will, Date: 10-Jun-1816
Will Stephen Gooch children Thomas, Stephen, Betsy, Polley, Susanna, Ann and Louisa. son James, son Thomas and son Pollard mentioned. All children namely Thomas, Stephen, Betsy, Polley, Susanna, James, Ann and Louisa. Mentions his wife as exor also two son Thomas and Stephen, son in law Peter M. Daniel. 1 Feb 1816. Wit. James Nunn, Thomas Draper, John Vest, John Fleeman, William Trice, John Lipscomb. Rec. 10 Jun 1816. Thomas Gooch and Peter M. Daniel qualified as exors.

Cty. Lou, Book: 5, Page: 628, David Gray, Type: Will, Date: 10-Jun-1816
David Gray of Louisa County .... my wish that all of my just debts and funeral expenses be first paid out of my estate. All the rest and residue of my estate if any should be remaining I give and bequeath as follows: I give and bequeath to my father Thomas Gray and his heirs forever in the state of Kentucky one forth part of my estate both real and personal. I give and bequeath to my brother Wm. Gray and his heirs forever one forth part of my estate both real and personal. To sister Mary B. Gray and her heirs forever one forth part of my estate both real and personal. Give sister Sarah Armstrong and her heirs forever one forth part of my estate both real and personal, being the last division of my estate. Lastly .. James Ellis of Louisa executor. Written March 18, 1816. Witness: George Morris, Lewis Harris, Rachel Freeman, Elizabeth H. Shirley. Recorded June 10, 1816. There is an Inventory in WB 5, pg 676, valued at $1,228.69. There is an A/C sales in WB 5, pg 677: $275.08 first sale; $817.45 second sale. There were no further references to anyone with the surname 'GRAY' through Will Book 18 (thru 1883).

Cty. Lou, Book: 5, Page: 628, David Gray, Type: Will, Date: 10-Jun-1816
David Gray of Louisa, … my wish that all of my just debts and funeral expenses be first paid about of my estate. And the rest and residue of my estate if any should be remaining I give and bequeath as follows: I give and bequeath to my father Thomas Gray and his heirs forever in the state of Kentucky ¼ part of my estate both real and personal I give and bequeath to my brother William Gray and his heirs forever fourth part of my estate both real and personal. To sister Mary B. Gray and her heirs forever ¼ 5th I give sister Sarah Armstrong and her heirs forever ¼ being the last division of my estate. Lastly James Ellis of Louisa executor written March 18, 1816 witness George Morris, Lewis Harris, Rachel Freeman, Elizabeth H. Shirley; recorded June 10, 1816

Cty. Lou, Book: 5, Page: 635, Matthew Grubbs, Type: Will, Date: 08-Jul-1816
Will of Matthew Grubbs of Louisa County, beloved wife, Salley Grubbs, land and three Negroes Rachael, Moses and Davey. Mentions 150 acres of land left her by her father. To daughter Betsy Jones 2 Negroes Hannah and Frederick: son William Grubbs negro Shadrack, mentions money I answered for him when he was in from Tenn.; to daughter Salley Farrar negro Mitchell and furniture, daughter Nancy Parrish negro Matilda and furniture, to daughter Susan Sanderson negro and furniture, to daughter Patsey negro Tobb and furniture, daughter Poley negro and furniture, to son James, to son John Negro Ned, to daughter Lucinda, to daughter Lavina M. Grubbs negro Moriah and Reuben, son in law David Jones of Hanover County, son in law John T. Farrar of Albemarle and son James T. Grubbs to be exors and son in law Flemning Parrish 17 May 1816. Wit. Allen Parrish Major Slayden, John Jordon. Recorded 8 Jul 1816.

Cty. Lou, Book: 5, Page: 644, John Gunter, Sr., Type: Sett, Date: 24-May-1816
1816 Appraisal of estate of John Gunter Senr. dec'd [list of possessions] by Hugh Goodwin, Thomas Turner and Henry Bibb. no total.

Cty. Lou, Book: 5, Page: 646, Dabney Trice, Type: Will, Date: 18-Jul-1816
Will Dabney Trice of Louisa, sick. Debts to be paid to beloved wife Frances all lands I may die possessed of during her life and slaves Isaac, Simon, Charles, Ralph, Lucy, Sarah, Jenny and her children to wit Nicy, Cecelia, Linda, Fielding and Dangerfield, 4 horses, oxen, cows, household goods, etc. Crops to be sold after saving out seed and supplies for family use. Residue of slaves to be kept out or hired out which ever is advantageous until son John Trice should marry or arrive at age 21. Estate to be equally divided amongst children except Isabella Ana the quotient to be given as a legacy in money, to be given children as they arrive of age. All children to be educated in common way. To daughter Isabella Harris 3 slaves, Lucy, Amy and Bartlett, furniture I have delivered to her estimated at $1,000 which is more than other children might receive so she will have that deducted at the time of the division. Negro Frank and Rhoda to be sold. At my wife's death all of my estate she may die possess of except slaves to be sold and divided equally amongst my children. Whereas my mother Ann Trice some years past conveyed to me by deed recorded in Louisa her interest in slaves that were willed to her by her late husband William Trice, also her interest in her dower land and since my illness my mother is desirous I should relinquish that right, it is my will that the said slaves be delivered to her at the expiration of the present year if I die before that time. I appoint my wife executrix and brother Anderson Trice, my son in law Bernard Dudley Harris, my son John Trice and friend David Lipscomb executors. 18 Jul 1816. Sig. Dabney Trice. Witnesses Vadem Sims, Anderson Sims. recorded 14 Aug 1816. October Court 1816 Frances Trice exix. named qualified. Anderson Trice qualified admor. March Court 1827.

Cty. Lou, Book: 5, Page: 654, Stephen Gooch, Type: Sett, Date: 11-Nov-1816
Inventory of estate of Stephen Gooch, Dec'd. 11 Nov 1816 $4,604.11.

Cty. Lou, Book: 5, Page: 664, Matthew Grubbs, Type: Sett, Date: 07-Dec-1816
Appraisal of estate of Matthew Grubbs, Dec'd. 7 Dec 1816 $3541.33

Cty. Lou, Book: 5, Page: 669, Mary Groom, Type: Appt, Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 5, Page: 691, John Gunter, Type: Sett, Date: 12-May-1817
Sale made at auction of estate of John Gunter dec'd. 15 Nov 1816 buyers Enos Gunter, John Gunter, Charles Gunter, Thomas N. Gunter, Wm. Hogan, Nathan Harris, Thomas Turner, Dudley Ware, Anson Allen, Newel Baker, Clifton Carpenter, John Whitton, Wilson Ware, William Walton, William Talley. Rec. 12 May 1817.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 0, William Hackett, Type: Sett, Date: 22-Apr-1857
(Submitted by Jan Stark) At a Circuit Court of Louisa County continued and held at the Courthouse thereof on Wednesday April 22d 1857 On the motion of George W. Hackett administrator with the will annexed of William R. Hackett decd. ordered that William Overton, Benjamin Henson, William McGehee, Alexander C. Vest and David E. Hickman be and they are hereby appointed Commissioners and three of whom being first duly sworn may act to divide the slaves belonging to the estate of Dr. William R. Hackett decd. among those entitled to them according to law and that they return such division to this court. A Copy Teste David M. Hunter, Cl'k Louisa County to wit: This day personally appeared before me David E. Hickman, William Overton and W. W. McGehee and were duly sworn to execute the above order.December 30th 1857 A. C. Vest In obedience to the annexed order we three of the commissioners therein named, having been first duly sworn, have valued the Negroes belonging to the estate of William R. Hackett decd. as follows: Joe (man), 34 years old, 800.00; Jerry, 30 years old, 900.00; Marigoal (woman) 52 years old, 200.00; Nelson (boy), 8 years old, 550.00; Andrew, 6 years old, 450.00; Amy (woman) 33 & girl (Mary) 2-1/2 years old, 650.00; Hannah, 19, 800.00; Phares, 42, 400.00; John her child, 6 years old, 450.00; Matilda (woman) 31 years old and infant girl, 950.00; Nancy (girl) 14 years old, 800.00; Lewis (boy) 11 years old, 750.00; Jemima (girl) 9 years old, 550.00; Jim (boy) 6 years old, 550.00; Jeff (boy) 4 years old, 450.00; Mary (girl) 3 years old, 300.00 Amounting to the sum of 9550.00 and have been assigned to Mary P. Winston, the widow of William R. Hackett the following negroes: Phares 500, John 450, Jerry 900, Lewis 750, Jemima 550, amounting to $3050, the said Mary P. Winston to receive from the estate of the said Wm. R. Hackett annually the interest on $1333 making all together $3183-1/3, the one third part of the whole amount, all of which is respectfully submitted. David E. Hickman William Overton Wm. W. McGehee At a Circuit Court of Louisa County continued and held at the Courthouse thereof on Saturday, April the 24th 1858. An Assignment to Mrs. Mary P. Winston, formerly Mary P. Hackett, widow and relict of Dr. William R. Hackett decd. of her dower in the slaves of the said William R. Hackett decd. having been filed in the office of this Court on the 18th day of January 1858 and no exceptions being filed thereto, was this day examined by the Court and it is ordered that the same be and is hereby confirmed and ordered to be recorded. Teste David M. Hunter, Cl'k Held at the Courthouse thereof on Friday the 23d day of September 1859. Ordered that John C. Commack, Beverly R. Fox, Frederick Perkins, Frances W. Jones and Bickerton S. Johnson be and they are surely appointed commissioner and any three of whom being first duly sworn may act, to appraise and allot to James H. Lewis and Lucy R., his wife, their portion of the negroes belonging to the Estate of Dr. William R. Hackett, decd. and that they make report thereof to this Court. A Copy Teste David M. Hunter Cl'k Louisa County to wit: This day Jno: C. Commack, Dr. F. Perkins, F. W. Jones & B. S. Johnson personally appeared before me & made oath that they would execute the within order to the best of their Judgment. Given under my hand this 26th day of Dec. 1859. B. R. Fox, J.P. Appraisement of negroes belonging to the Estate of Dr. Wm. R. Hackett Ann and 2 children, Frances & Daniel, 1200.00; Narissa & boy Nelson, 1200.00; Hannah, 900.00; Andrew, 550.00; Nancy, 1200.00; Matilda & 5 children Jim, Jeff, Mary, Bell & Dolly, 2500.00; Joe, 1200.00 Total $8750.00 Agreeable to the foregoing order we have appraised the negroes belonging to the Estate of the late Dr. W. R. Hackett at the sum of Eight thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars as per appraisement annexed, and have allotted to James H. Lewis & Lucy R. his wife the following: namely, Anna and her two children, Frances & Daniel, & a negro woman named Hannah, all of which were valued at Twenty one hundred dollars. Twenty-one hundred & Eighty seven dollars & fifty cents is the portion of each child, consequently the other children will have to pay to James H. Lewis & Lucy R. his wife the sum of Eight-seven dollars and fifty cents, all of which is respectfully submitted. J. C. Commack F. Perkins F. W. Jones B. S. Johnson At a Circuit Court of Louisa County continued and held at the Courthouse thereof on Friday, the 27th day of April 1860. An allotment to James H. Lewis and Lucy R. his wife of their shares of the negroes belonging to the Estate of Dr. William R. Hackett decd which was returned on the 27th day of December 1859 and no exception being taken thereto, and the same being approved by the Court is confirmed and ordered to be recorded.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 8, Dabney Trice, Type: Inv, Date: 13-Oct-1817
Inventory of Dabney Trice dec'd. Rec. 13 Oct 1817.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 37, Matthew Sims, Type: Inv, Date: 05-Aug-1817
Inventory of Matthew Sims, Dec'd 5 Aug 1817.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 39, Matthew Sims, Type: Acct, Date: 01-Aug-1817
Account of sale of Matthew Sims, Dec'd Aug 1817.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 50, William Nuckolls, Type: Will, Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 56, Thomas Mallory, Type: Sett, Date: 12-Oct-1818
Estate of Thomas Mallory Dec'd. 12 Oct 1818 Slaves allotted Nancy Gibson formerly Nancy Mallory relict of Thomas Mallory and now wife of Zedekiah Gibson. Amy, Spottswood, Lawney, and Fleming.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 68, Robert and Sally Mallory, Type: Div, Date: 01-Dec-1818
Division of estate of Robert and Sally Mallory, Thomas Dickenson Jr. admor 10 legatees $138.60 each. Dillard W. Mallory in his lifetime received $10. in purchase of property. divided as follows. To H. G. Winston atty. in fact for Thomas Dickenson Jr. $322.30 plus $50 to seven children of Ro. Mallory Dec'd.(names not given) Thomas Dickenson guardian $138.60, to Fleming Mallory who married Judith Mallory, to estate of Dillard Mallory. December Court 1818.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 68, Robert and Sally Mallory, Type: Sett, Date: 07-Dec-1818
Estate of Robert and Sally Mallory Dec'd in account with Thomas Dickerson admor. Expenditures furnishings youngest son P. H. Mallory a hat; expenses to and from my home in Kentucky; cash rec'd Thomas Mallory,; cash rec'd John F. Mallory; cash rec'd D. W. Mallory total $232.72 1/2 . 7 Dec 1818 Sig. Henry Timberlake, William Bough, Edward Mills.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 71, Mary Groom, Type: Appt, Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 75, John Smith, Type: Sett, Date:  
Estate John Smith (DS) in account with John Smith exor. 1815-1819

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 79, John Hughson, Type: Will, Date: 08-Feb-1819
Written 26 Dec 1817, Recorded 8 Feb 1819 Sons: Benjamin, John, William (leaves negro Garland), Nathaniel (leaves negro Lewis), Ellis (leaves negro Peter), James (leaves negro Rachael), Charles (leaves negro Reubin), Samuel (leaves negro Edward); Daughters: Mary Crutchfield and Eliza Watkins (leaves negro Milley). His wife is named Lucy. Executors are John Kennon, Joseph Bickley, James Hughson.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 80, Samuel Waddy, Type: Will, Date: 08-Feb-1819
of Louisa, dau. Polley Waddy, sons Anthony W. Waddy & Samuel; dau. Betsy Smith, Sally F. Waddy, Mildred, wife Mary, son Benjamin (land on South Anna River) Exec: friend William Waddy and brither John Waddy, and son Benjamin. Written 12 Mar 1817; rec. 8 Feb 1819; wit: Ballard Dickinson, George Davis, William B. Gibson

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 82, John Waddy, Type: Will, Date: 08-Feb-1819
of Louisa, son John W. Waddy, William F/T Waddy, dau. Mary E., Mildred R., wife Mary, siater Milley Peay; "suit taking title to my mill and land" Exec: Mary (wife) and nephews Anthony Turner, Benjamin Waddy, William Phillips and Samuel Phillips. Written 2 Nov 1818, rec. 8 Feb 1819; wit: W. Waddy, John Waddy, Jr., Chisholm Fortune

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 90, William Tisdale, Type: Will, Date: 14-Dec-1818
Will of William Tisdale of Dinwiddie Co. and town of Petersburg in perfect health. to nephew William Chiles a negro boy Moses with remainder of my part of my father's estate which I shall be entitled to at my mother's death. Roger Burrus and John Chiles exors. Sig. Wm. Tisdale wit. Thos. Draper, John Draper, William Smith, Catharine C. Draper. Rec. 14 Dec 1818

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 90, Dabney Trice, Type: Will, Date: 10-May-1879
Appraisement of estate of Dabney Trice dec'd. agreeable to his will and allot to John Brockman that portion of said estate which we supposed he is entitled . Rec. 10 May 1879 1/11 part is $323.09.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 90, William Tisdale, Type: Will, Date: 14-Dec-1818
Written 1 Jan 1807, Recorded 14 Dec 1818 William Tisdale of Dinwiddie Co., Town of Petersburg, Va., leaves to his nephew Wm. Chiles, a negro boy named Moses.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 95, Charles Quarles, Type: Sett, Date: 22-Apr-1819
Inv. of slaves and personal estate of Charles Quarles Dec'd. 35 slaves total value $15,603.83 April 22, 1819 by David Watson, Reuben Chewning, Lud'w. Branham. Rec. 22 Apr 1819.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 111, Barnet Smith, Type: Sett, Date:  
settlement of estate of Barnet Smith, Dec'd. Aug 1819 pd. William L. Smith per bond Barnet Smith per bond, Dr. Robert Honeyman, Elias Thomasson, D. Tullah for making coffin, Rev. E. T. Rouzee for preaching funeral

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 114, Benjamin Higgason, Type: Sett, Date:  
Settlement of Benjamin Higgason with Richard Hollins administrator. Mentions "family" but gives no names.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 116, Barnet Smith, Type:  , Date: 11-Oct-1819
Barnet Smith, Dec'd. cash pd. Benjamin Smith on account 1/7 to Martin Kennedy to John Smith, Kentucky to orphan children of John Kimbrough to Benjamin M. Smith, Georgia to William Smith to Francis Smith, Kentucky Rec. 11 Oct 1819

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 124, Edmund Mills, Type: Will, Date: 08-Nov-1819
Will Edmund Mills to Brother Nathaniel Mills Negro, to sister Margaret Stevens bed, to bro Charles H. Mills horse and saddle, Brother Nathl. Mills exor 21 Apr 1819 wit. John Thomson, John Chiles, Fendal Chiles. Rec. 8 Nov 1819

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 143, Charles Quarles, Type: Sett, Date: 08-May-1820
Mrs. Ann Quarles admor. of estate of Charles Quarles dec'd. for things since Maj. Quarles death viz 1820. $3,782.06 1/2 in Mrs. Quarles hands with vouchers of $3,649.99 expended leaving balance of $132.61 1/2. David Watson, John R. Ragland, Reuben Chewning. Recorded 8 May 1820. Account began 7 May 1818.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 149, Thomas Dickerson, Type:  , Date: 08-May-1820
Advancements made by Thomas Dickerson in his lifetime to his children 1800 Thomas Adams and Lucy his wife; William Perry and Susanna his wife. To Elias B. Dickerson an infant being only child of Mary Dickerson, dec'd. who was one of the children of Thomas Dickerson received no advancement, William Dickerson, Thomas Dickerson, Jr., George Freeman and Elizabeth his wife, Sarah Dickerson 5 Feb 1819. Negroes sold for $1,198. divided by six. Sig. Harwood Goodwin, Lancelot Minor, Henry Timberlake Rec. 8 May 1820.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 156, Dorothea Smith, Type: Will, Date: 10-Jul-1820
Will of Dorothea Smith: to son John Snelson Smith, to Caty Woodruffe who lives with me, to granddaughter Catharine S. Harris, to grandson Nathaniel A. Smith, son John Snelson Smith exor. 9 Dec 1817 . Wit. R. f. Sandidge and Charles Thompson, jr. Rec. 10 Jul 1820

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 158, Matthew Grubbs, Type: Sett, Date:  
Estate of Matthew Grubbs in account with David R. Jones, exor.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 160, Thomas Grubbs, Type: Will, Date: 14-Aug-1820
Will of Thomas Grubbs: to daughter Sally Jennings Locknane, to wife Martha E. Grubbs. Children Mary I Grubbs, Susan A. Grubbs, John Grubbs, Thomas A. Grubbs, Francis C. Grubbs, and Harriet H. Grubbs. Exor to be Dr. William Merdith and Thomas Johnson. 31 Mar 1820. Wit: John Jackson, Joseph Williams, John Shelton, Jr., D. B. Johnson. Codicil mentions when children come of age. Rec. 14 Aug 1820.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 164, Thomas Mallory, Type: Will, Date: 08-Oct-1804
Will Thomas Mallory of Louisa wife Nancy Mallory all estate during widowhood, children Susanna Mallory, Jesse H. Mallory, Eliza R (or K) Mallory, Charles T. Mallory, and Thomas G. Mallory to receive 50 L at lawful. age 31 Jan 1804 Sig. Thomas Mallory Wit. John Hoggard, Jesse Hoggard, Jr. Deliah Hoggard. Rec. 8 Oct 1804.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 167, James Trevilian, Type: Appt, Date: 13-Jul-1819
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 181, Saml. May, Type: Sett, Date: 11-Dec-1820
Estate Saml. May in account with Charles Poindexter 11 Dec 1820. $1486.321/2.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 183, William Cooke, Type: Sett, Date: 08-Jan-1821
The estate of William Cooke dec'd. in account with George Harris and William Lipscomb admors Oct 1819 to Dec 1820 respecting hire and sale of Negroes and find balance in hands of admors $2,792.98 23 Dec 1820. Sig. Henry Pendleton, Wm. Waddy, G. W. Trueheart. Rec. 8 Jan 1821.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 187, Thomas Grubbs, Type: Sett, Date: 14-Dec-1828
Appraisal of estate of Thomas Grubbs 14 Dec 1828.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 199, Thomas Dickerson, Type: Sett, Date: 01-Dec-1817
money paid out of estate of Thomas Dickerson Dec 1817-Feb. 1818 $1,200.96 1/5. sig. R. Terrell, John H. Winston, Charles Dickerson, Wm. Dickerson admr. of Thomas Dickerson, dec'd.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 208, Roger Mallory, Type: Will, Date: 10-Mar-1819
Will Roger Mallory of Louisa; to son John negroes Dick, Isaac, Sam, Rachael, Circus, Peckey and Mary; to daughter Frances negroes Cupit, Jacob, Bettey, Joycey, Louisa, Amy and Elijah.; to daughter Sarah Mallory wife of John Mallory negroes old Jacob, Harry, Barbery, Boswell, Tilly and Fanny; to son Thomas Mallory negroe Mark; to grandson, son of Thomas Mallory, negores Burges and Frederick, Lewis and Lucy. Tract of land I live on to son John and daughter Frances equally divided. Rest divided amongst children John, Thomas, Frances and Sarah. In consequence of disobedience of daughter Ann Martin and her husband Mallory Martin the sum of $10. to Ichabod Mallory $1. and no more. Friend George Morris and son John Mallory and son in law John Mallory to be admors. 6 Aug 1818 Sig. Roger Mallory (X) Wit. Emanuel Terry, Robert Payne, Ann Terry (X), Sally Terry (X) and Emanuel Terry (x) 10 Mar 1819. Appealed to Louisa Court 10 Mar 1819, Louisa Superior court 17 May 1820, and Court of Appeals in Richmond 18 Dec 1820. Recorded in Louisa 10 December 1821. George Morris executor.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 210, William Mills, Type: Will, Date: 14-May-1821
Will William Mills to wife Peggy Mills all estate during widowhood upon her marriage or death to son William all land I possess except parcel adjoining Hardin Duke and myself, Hensons Creek, road, Thos. Swift, Cleavers Baker, James Burnley, William Nelson and which land Cleavers Baker now residing. Whereas I purchased 100 acres of Wm. Waddy Exor of Zeneas Tate and others which has no clear title how, to son Wm. 1/5 part cattle etc. Son William lives with me at my request and he to care for family and not be charged. Son in law Cleavers Baker and his wife use farm whereon they live and at their death to grandson Wm. Baker. I have $500 in the hands of Nathl. Thompson to go to my grandchildren by my dau. Margaret Winslow except my grandson Henry Winslow who I have made advancements. I have already given liberal advancements to children of daughter Margaret Winslow. Residue of estate equally divided among children of my daughter Ann Quarles and my grandson William Baker. Son William Mills and son in law Cleavers Baker exors. 28 Apr 1820. William Mills Senr.. Wit. Richard Wyatt, William Durvin, Wade Mills, Rec. 14 May 1821.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 215, Francis Houchins, Sr., Type: Sett, Date: 14-May-1821
Inventory of estate of Francis Houchins, Sr., dec'd., 16 Apr 1821 total $69.50 by Meriwether Smith, John p Thomasson, William Talley, John Thomasson, Edward Houchins, admor. Rec. 14 May 1821.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 216, James Tate, Type: Will, Date: 14-Sep-1818
Louisa county, wife is Frances; 3 youngest sons: Hutson, Uriah, Jefferson; children Joshua, Elizabeth, Matilda, James, Amelia, Lucy, Martha, Mary; written 18 February 1817; recorded 14 Sept.1818; 65 witness William Mansfield, William D. Mansfield

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 246, Roger Mallory, Type: Inv, Date:  
Estate of Roger Mallory Dec'd. $3202.02

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 246, Roger Mallory, Type: Sett, Date:  
Estate of Roger Mallory Dec'd. $3202.02

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 259, William Mills, Type: Sett, Date: 06-Oct-1821
Inv. and appraisal estate of William Mills dec'd. 14 Negroes by William Mills Jr. Exor. Rec. 6 Oct 1821.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 268, Benjamin Massey, Type: Will, Date:  
Will of BENJAMIN MASSEY, 204 acres of my land to children James Overton, Benjamin Skinner Overton, Clarey She Harley Overton, William Burdell Thornton Overton, my children born to my wife Fanny Overton before I married her and Fountain Mesheck Walker Massey my youngest son. Sally Muney Overton is child of my wife.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 275, Robert Mallory, Type: Sett, Date: 02-Jan-1844
Inventory of negroes belonging to estate of Robert Mallory Dec'd. 2 Jan 1844.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 284, Nathan Tate, Type: Will, Date: 11-Feb-1822
Louisa county; son Thompson ( 79 acres) daughter Betsy Gregory (33 acres) daughter Salley Kersey (68 1/4 acres) remainder to my five children: Nancy, Austin, Polley, Garland, Watson Tate; son-in-law's Henry Kersey, David W. Gregory; written 2 July 1821; recorded 11 February 1822; witness William Lipscomb, William Waddy

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 310, Stephen Hunter, Type: Inv, Date: 08-Jul-1822
Inventory of Stephen Hunter, Dec'd. $3,953 by George Hunter, exor. 8 Jul 1822 livestock and household goods. 9 Negroes.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 313, Stephen Gooch, Type: Sett, Date: 11-Jun-1812
Account of settlement of Stephen Gooch mentions children but not by name 11 Jun 1812.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 322, Henry Pendleton, Type: Will, Date: 11-Nov-1822
Will Henry Pendleton of Louisa, exors to pay all debts. to wife Mary $1,000 to be paid in furniture or stock or money which ever she wishes. I left her in a former will $2,00 supposing she would have to pay her debt to Col. Burnley estate but I have settled that debt which was about $1,000. She to have looking glass and curtain bedstead and the dinning room carpet which she purchased with her annuity money received by will of her brother Samuel. She to receive any money due me on account of her annuity except amount of a decree recovered by me of Samuel Overton in Chancery Court in Richmond this money by mutual consent to Frances Samuella Pendleton. to daughter Frances Samuella Pendleton slaves, also $1,000 due from Samuel Overton's will. Daughter Matilda Barrett's part in trust with sons Edmund and Joseph W. Pendleton as trustees.. All money charged against Mr. Barrett be accounted for in his wife's part. My leaving Matilda portion in trust does not proceed from any dislike to Mr. Barrett but I think him a poor calculator and believe he would soon spend her small patrimony. Sons Edmund and Joseph W. Pendleton and son in law Philip B. Winstons exor. 1 May 1822. Codicil have paid $500 of my money towards dower portion of debt due from Hardin Burnley's estate to Zachariah Burnley estate and have not sold to reimburse this balance. I do not intend in releasing all claim on dower property of my wife's but say the dower negroes belonging to my wife and a portion of the estate of H. Burnley deceased must be sold, a part to pay this debt. 22 Sep 1822 wit. Robert Barrett Jr., Nelson S. Hines, Sandy A. Trice. Rec. 11 Nov 1822.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 331, Edmund Mills, Type: Sett, Date: 07-Dec-1822
Estate Edmund Mills in acct with Nathl Mills exor. cash pad legatees to wit Roger Burrus, William Stevens, Jackson Mills, Vivion Ferguson, Reuben Lindsay, Landon Lindsay, James Wood, exor as legatee each $985. Rec. 7 Dec 1822.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 341, Charles Dickinson, Type: Sett, Date: 17-Jun-1823
settlement of estate of Charles Dickinson, Dec'd. in account with Joseph Sandidge admor. 17 Jun 1823.... paid widow's dower to Anna Dickenson, balance due 3 legatees Griffeth Dickenson $117.13, R. S. Dickenson $17.70 and Adelia Dickenson $35.98, by amount of the properties of 4 legatees who did not purchase $397.28 each.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 343, Edmund Mills, Type: Inv, Date: 10-Feb-1823
Inv. Edmund Mills 19 Nov 1819 Charles Thompson, John Chiles, John Thomson $8,251.42 1/2 Nathl Mills exor. rec. 10 Feb 1823.



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