Louisa County, Va. Probate Records

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Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 344, Thomas May, Type: Will, Date: 10-Mar-1823
Will of Thomas May - to son, Allen May, my bay mare, to son, Squire May, 1 shilling and no more, to son, Allen, the land I now live on and for him to take care of his mother during her life and residue part of my estate. To son, Noel May, to have 30 acres and daughter, Lucy May, 15 acres, daughter, Polly Burton, to have 15 acres, After wife's death, son, Allen May, should give to daughter, Nancy Shields, 1 cow and to granddaughter, Sarah Shields, 1 cow. To daughters, Elizabeth and Linda May, 1 cow. To son, Saml. May, 1 cow After wife's death. To son, James May, $1 and no more. Son, Allen, to give mare I gave to him to my daughter, Lucy. Son, Allen to be exor. Sig. Thomas (x) May 28 Jun 1821. wit. John Parrott, Christian Parrott, Jonathan Turner, Harden Chambers, Recorded 10 Mar 1823.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 348, Thomas Dickerson, Type: Sett, Date: 12-Nov-1823
Estate of Thomas Dickerson in acct. with William Dickerson admor. 12 Nov 1823.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 356, Thomas May, Type: Inv, Date: 12-May-1823
Inventory of Thomas May by Nathl. M. McGehee, Richd. McGehee, Hez. Atkins 12 May 1823.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 385, Higgason Cosby Dickenson, Type: Will, Date: 07-Jul-1820
Written 7 Jul 1820 I Higgason Cosby Dickenson of the County of Louisa and State of Virginia do hereby make my last will and testament in manner and form following that is to say. 1st. Desire that all my just debts and funeral expenses be paid. 2nd. After the payment of my just debts and funeral expenses. I desire that all my estate both real and personal of what nature or kind so ever be equally divided among my wife Ann Dickenson and lawful children of our body to them and their heirs forever. And lastly. I do hereby constitute and appoint my son John Bullock Dickenson executor to this my last will and testament. To act without being bound to give Security, for his performance, in acting as executor to this my last will and testament. I hereby revoke all other or former wills and testaments by me here before made. In witness whereof. I have hereunto. Let my had and affix my seal this seventh day of July in the year of our Lord One Thousand eight hundred and twenty. Signed sealed published and declared as and the last will and testament of the above manned Higgason Cosby Dickenson in the presence of us. Wm. Kimbrough James C. Dickenson,, Roscow C. Dickenson.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 387, Daniel (?) Nuckolls, Type: Will, Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 396, Stephen Hunter, Type: Acct, Date: 21-Nov-1822
Account of sale of Stephen Hunter, Dec'd 10 and 21 Nov 1822 List buyers.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 399, Matthew Grubbs, Type: Sett, Date: 19-Jun-1823
Inventory of estate of Matthew Grubbs, Dec'd. 19 Jun 1823 $506.75

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 422, John Biggers, Type: Will, Date: 12-Jan-1824
Louisa county; wife is Mildred, son Richard, sisters if they remain single, can live with Richard; son-in-law's James Duke, Buckner Townley are executors; written 16 Sept.1820; recorded 12 Jan.1824; witness John Dunn, James Dunn, Granville Bullock

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 451, John Chiles, Type: Will, Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 459, F----tain Duke, Type: Will, Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 462, Saml. May, Type: Admr, Date: 11-Aug-1824
Charles Poindexter admor. of Saml. May, dec'd. bal. due $1189.83 Rec. 11 Aug 1824.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 480, Frances Mallory, Type: Will, Date: 10-Sep-1821
Will Frances Mallory of Louisa to nephew Roger Mallory, son of my brother John Mallory of Georgia, negroes. Rest of estate divided between nephews Roger Mallory and his brother William both sons of my brother John Mallory of Georgia. Admor: Roger Mallory. Sig. Frances Mallory (X) 10 Sep 1821 Wit. Charles Thompson Jr., Jno. Hunter, Robert Cowherd, William P. Southerland, Duncan M. Quarles.

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 487, Robert Mallory, Type: Sett, Date:  
Estate of Robert Mallory

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 502, Elizabeth Trice, Type: Sett., Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 6, Page: 503, Henry Pendleton, Type: Sett, Date:  
Estate Henry Pendleton deceased ... to Edmund Pendleton exor 1823 Jan.... to Alice W. Pendleton's guardian interest in her fathers estate, to Thomas M. Pendleton guardian, interest in father's estate, ... to F. Johnson for his interest in my fathers estate, pd. John Vowles for his interest in my fathers estate, to John B. Pendleton, in part his interest in my testators estate ... continues for 9 pages.

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 36, Thomas Grubbs, Type:  , Date:  
Inv. Thomas Grubbs, Dec'd. by William Meridith.

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 63, George Smith, Type: Sett, Date:  
settlement of estate of George Smith, Dec'd in account with James Smith 1823. Rec. 1825 Mentions "several Legatees" but does not name them.

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 64, John McGehee, Type: Will, Date: 13-Jun-1825
Will John McGehee of Louisa Co., to wife Mary McGehee during her life 100 acres including 1 room of the dwelling house also 5 Negroes Adam, Sarah, Barbara, Capius and Thornton, horse, cows, furniture, etc. To dau. Nancy Edwards during her life 1 Negro Absolem now in her possession. To dau. Lucy HIcks during her life Negro Sarah. To dau. Mary Williams Negro Matilda now in her possession. To dau. Jane Williams Negro Harvey. To dau. Martha Tate during her life negro Eliza now in her possession. To son Dillard McGehee Negro Edmund. To son Car McGehee Negro Lucy, to son Garrett C. McGehee Negro Margarett. To 3 sons Dillard, Carr and Garrett C. all my lands equally including the 100 acres I lend unto my wife after her decease. Residue of estate to be sold and our of proceeds debts to be paid and £35 to each of my daughters instead of land. Also proceeds of above sale to 2 grand children Edward L. McGehee and Louisa Ann McGehee children of my deceased son John S. McGehee entitled to their deceased father's portion of my estate in money equal to what each of my other sons portions to be put in trust until they arrive at age 21. Residue to be equally divided among all children. After decease of my wife that part of my estate which I have lent to her is to be sold and proceeds equally divided. Appoint 3 sons Dillard, Carr and Garrett C. McGehee executors. 24 Oct 1824 Sig. John McGehee (X). wit. Richd. W. Thompson, Armistead Cole, William V. Cole. Recd. 13 Jun 1825.

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 66, Roger Mallory, Type: Sett, Date:  
Estate of Roger Mallory

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 75, Micajah Sims, Type: Will, Date: 11-Jul-1825
Will Micajah Sims, to wife Phildelphia, 8 children. sons Monroe, Allen, Merewether s. and daughters Saley, Nancey, Kitty, Lucy B. and Embeline b., son Chapman Sims, Son Monores part to be in trust with son Allen trustee. Wife Phildelphia exetrix, friend James Michie exor. 15 Dec 1824. Wit. Obediah Smith, Robert Michie, John Talley. Rec. 11 Jul 1825.

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 77, John Smith, Type: Sett, Date:  
Estate John Smith (DS) 1819 pd. Fleming Thomasson in part wife Anna legacy

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 80, Betty Smith, Type: Sett, Date: 27-Jul-1825
Estate of Betty Smith, Jun 1820 1822 Fleming Thompson in part his wife Ann's legacy David Smith in part his legacy George Massey admr. of Elizabeth Armstrong in full of her portion of decedents estate. Nathan Smith his legacy Thomas Smith his legacy Joseph Terry, Sr. in full of his wife's legacy Nathan Byers in full of Lovina Byars portion of decedents estate John Smith legacy and adrm. Rec. 27 Jul 1825

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 86, John McGehee, Type: Sett, Date: 17-Jun-1825
Inventory of estate of John McGehee 17 Jun 1825.

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 119, Peter S. Barret, Type:  , Date: 01-Jan-1825
Account of Peter S. Barret and wife in account with Edmund Pendleton Trustee ... cash pd Dr. Ro. Barret,...cash let sister Matilda W. Barrett ...March 1814 thru Jan 1825.

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 125, Joseph Sandidge, Type: Will, Date: 14-Feb-1826
(Submitted by Ethel J. Smith) The will of Joseph Sandidge, 12 January 1826, as transcribed from a copy of Louisa County Will Book 7 pages 125-127 I Joseph Sandidge of the County of Louisa and State of Virginia being weak of body but in the full possession of my senses and memory, do make and ordain this, my last will and Testament in the manner following Viz, 1st - It is my will and desire that all my just Debts be paid by my Executors herinafter named ~ 2ndly - I hereby confirm to my three daughters all the property I have heretofore given, and delivered to them, to them and their heirs forever ~ 3dly - I hereby will and bequeath one thousand dollars to be deposited by my executors in the United States Bank, to be delivered to Joseph Sandidge and Elizabeth Sandidge children of my son Ralph S. San- =didge one moiety to each as they severally arrive to lawful age. If either should die under age leaving no lawful issue, the moiety of the one so dying to devolve on the survivor, and should they both die under age leaving no lawful issue the whole one thousand dollars to revert my estate and be equally divided between my other children or their legal representatives ~ 4thly - I give and bequeath to my daughter Martha Trice one young negro wo- man named Matilda and her future increase likewise my old woman, named Keziah, to her and her heirs forever ~ 5thly - I give and bequeath to my daughter Mary Dickinson one negro woman Dice and her only Susan and their future increase to her and to her heirs forever ~ 6thly - I give and bequeath to my daughter Candace Goodwin one negro woman named Isbell and her future increase to her and her heirs forever ~ 7thly - I give and bequeath to my grandson Roscow C. Dickinson my negro man Dick and his wife Mary with her three Children Eliza, Dinah and Rachel to him and his heirs forever. The man Dick to be delivered to him when my other slaves are divided, and the others immediately after my death~ 8thly - I give and bequeath to my great granddaughter Mary Elizabeth Roiden daughter of my grand daughter Jane Roiden one little negro girl named Molly the daughter of Isbell, and her future increase to her and her heirs forever ~ 9thly - It is my will and desire that all my lands be sold by my exe- cutors, or such as qualify as such upon the following terms viz one forth part of the purchase money to be paid in Cash and balance in three equal annual instalments thereafter which are to be secured by personal security and deeds of Trust on the promises but the deed or deeds not to be enforce untill the last payment becomes due, the land I purchased of Picket to be sold entire and seperately from my other lands and the ditch on the long branch to be considered as the boundary between them, all the rest of my lands to be sold in one entire tract ~ 10thly - The proceeds of my lands together with all my other estate of every discription not herein before disposed of I will and bequeath to my three daughters Martha Trice, Mary C. Dickinson and Candace Goodwin to be equally divided between them and their heirs forever Having regard as far as practicable to the accommodation of women and their female children in making allotments of them so that they may be allotted together, particularly Lucy and her female children that may be with her at the general division of my estate and as it regards Cain and Molly his wife and her two children Moses & Abby ~ 11thly - The negro man George I purchased of James Dickinson during the lifetime of his wife I wish to be returned to him when the sale of my estate shall take place ~ 12thly - I hereby Constitute and appoint my three sons in Law Anderson Trice, James C. Dickinson & Archibald Goodwin and my friend Frederick Harris Executors to this my last will and testament with a request that they may be not required to give security ~ In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 12th day of January 1826 ~ signed, acknowledged and sealed published - Joseph Sandidge and declared in presence of John C Boxley, Amson Allen, George Harris At a Court held for Louisa County by Continuance on tuesday the 14th day of February 1826 ~ this paper writing purporting to be the last will and Testament of Joseph Sandidge decd..was this day produced in open Court and proved by the oaths of John C. Boxley, Amson Allen & George Harris the three subscribing witnesses thereto, and by the Court ordered to be recorded: and on the motion of James C. Dickinson, Anderson Trice and Archibald T. Goodwin three of the excecutors therein named who made oath and severally entered into bond in the penal =ty of Fifty Thousand dollars each conditioned as the law directs. Certifi= =cate was granted them for obtaining a probate thereof in due form. And liberty is reserved to the other executor therein named to qualify should he think proper to do so. Teste Jno: Hunter CLC

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 127, Nathaniel A. Smith, Type: Will, Date: 13-Feb-1826
Will Nathaniel A. Smith land on Little River being part of Smith Hill tract, land in Richmond, wife Lovinia Smith land where I live except 10 acres to Mrs. Callis for her natural live. If wife remarries she is to have 1/3. to sister Catharine S. Harris $20, mentions children but does not name them. friend Frederick Harris exor. 21 Dec 1823. Rec. 13 Feb 1826.

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 130, Martha Grubb, Type:  , Date:  
Martha Grubbs in account with David R. Jones. Eleven legatees due $19.89. (Names not given.)

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 146, William Mansfield, Type: Sett, Date: 17-Nov-1825
Inventory of estate of William Mansfield, Dec'd. by Thomas Brounough, John Burrus, and Hugh Goodwin. 17 Nov 1825. John G. and William D. Mansfield exors. $8,822.40 1/2

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 146, Mary B. Mansfield, Type: Will, Date: 13-Feb-1871
Inventory of estate of William Mansfield, Dec'd. by Thomas Brounough, John Burrus, and Hugh Goodwin. 17 Nov 1825. John G. and William D. Mansfield exors. $8,822.40 1/2

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 152, Benjamin Grubbs, Type: Will, Date: 08-Aug-1825
Will Benjamin Grubbs of Louisa, wife Charity, son John Grubbs, John to take care of his sister's, Milly Hall, children and Milly is to be allowed to live on land. Son William's children, daughter Martha Trainum's children, son William and daughters Milly and Martha had all I intended. exor. James H. Sharp 6 Jan 1825, Wit: Samuel Smith. Woodson Prson, George Strong. Rec. 8 Aug 1825.

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 182, Higganson King, Type: Will, Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 192, Anderson Hopkins, Type: Inv, Date: 12-Aug-1826
Inventory of Anderson Hopkins, Dec'd. 12 Aug 1826 Sig. Granville Timberlake, Williaim Saunders, Robert Perkins.

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 193, Henry Mallory, Type: Will, Date: 25-Jan-1820
Will of Henry Mallory of Louisa to wife Rebecca Mallory during natural life 1/3 of negroes and all personal estate, tract where mansion house is between Old Mountain Rd. and South Anna River in Yancey`s line, land I purchased of Richardson Brook's legatees containing 170 acres. Other half of land and residue of estate to be sold by exors. including land purchased of Thomas Adams Dec'd; 1/4 to daughter Lucy Perkins; 1/4 to daughter Rebecca Perkins, 1/4 in trust to daughter Delphe Mitchell, 1/4 in trust to daughter Sally Mallory, Property coming from wife to return to her and her family. Sig. Henry Mallory. Wit. Horatio G. Winston, G. W. Truheart and Stephen T. Hope Codicil 25 Jan 1820 son in law William S. Mitchell husband of my daughter Delpha Mitchell has departed this life, I revoke will as related to her and direct Exors to pay daughter Delpha Mitchell her 1/4 part.. Sig. Henry Mallory, wit. H. G. Winston, Thoms G. Coleman, Leroy Ellis, G.W. Trueheart, and John W. Truheart. Codicil 27 Jul 1821. Daughter Delpha Mitchell has departed this life leaving 8 children who I have brought to Virginia and estate is to be charged with this expense. Further codicil directs how the land is to be laid off to his wife Rebecca dated 7 Oct 1824.

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 228, David Hamilton, Type: Sett, Date:  
Estate of David Hamilton in account with Austin Hoggerd, committee ... cash paid Wm. V. M. Hambleton for bacon, cash pd. for care and restriction of David Hambleton for 14 months. Total after expenditures $1,264.87 by Charles Thompson.

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 249, Higganson King, Type: Appt, Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 300, John Diggs, Type: Appt, Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 301, John Hopkins, Type:  , Date: 12-Feb-1827
Dr. Edmond Mills, administrator, of John Hopkins, Dec'd. 1825, 8 legatees (not named) $162.45; $20.30 1/2 each. Rec. 12 Feb 1827

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 302, Meriwether Smith, Type: Sett, Date: 03-Mar-1827
Estate of Meriwether Smith, Dec'd. 1823 Charles Thompson, Jr. and Charles Y. Kimbrough, admr. Rec. 3 Mar 1827.

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 344, Nancy Pulliam, Type: Will, Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 344, Nancy Pulliam, Type: Will, Date: 10-Sep-1827
Will of Nancy Pulliam being old and infirm names daughter Mary V. Pulliam Frances Armstrong and Nancy Mitchell. Witnesses Lewis Turner, William F. Ford. Recorded 10 Sep 1827

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 347, Henry Pendleton, Type: Sett, Date:  
Estate of Henry Pendleton with Edmund Pendleton exor.

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 363, John McGehee, Type: Sett, Date: 10-Dec-1827
Estate of John McGehee deceased in account with Dillard, Carr and Garret C. McGehee executors. cash paid George and Lucy Hicks, John and Nancy Edwards, James and Mary Williams, Francis and Martha Tate William and William and Jane Williams, children of John S. McGehee, Dillard McGehee, Garrett C. McGehee, sundries furnished widow. Recorded 10 Dec 1827

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 368, Samuel May, Type: Sett, Date: 12-Nov-1826
Estate of Samuel May in account with Charles Poindexter recorded 12 Nov 1826.

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 403, William Mansfield, Type: Acct, Date:  
Account of the Sale of William Mansfield, Dec'd. John G. Mansfield exor. buyers: John G. Mansfield, William D. Mansfield, Benjamin Jenkins, Newel Baker, William Baker, Benjamin Coleman, Garrett C. McGehee, Benj. Lancaster, Richard Prewit, Archiblald Arnet, John Poindexter, David Tinder, William Cosby, Hugh Goodwin, Joseph C. Boxley, Samuel Andrews, Smith Gillum, Henry Bibb, Nathan Turner, John Burruss, Jesse Stubs, William W. Beadles, Cornelius Grady, Obed Gregory, Armisted Cole, Thomas Morris, John Brockman, John Massey, David Boxley, Joseph Bond, Pallison Boxley, John Haley, Thomas Brounough, Wilson Ware, Timothy F. Grady, Nickolas Whitlock, Levy Baker, Reuben Landram, William V. Cole.

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 403, William Mansfield, Type: Acct, Date:  
Account of the Sale of William Mansfield, Dec'd. John G. Mansfield exor. buyers: John G. Mansfield, William D. Mansfield, Benjamin Jenkins, Newel Baker, William Baker, Benjamin Coleman, Garrett C. McGehee, Benj. Lancaster, Richard Prewit, Archibald Arnet, John Poindexter, David Tinder, William Cosby, Hugh Goodwin, Joseph C. Boxley, Samuel Andrews, Smith Gillum, Henry Bibb, Nathan Turner, John Burruss, Jesse Stubs, William W. Beadles, Cornelius Grady, Obed Gregory, Armisted Cole, Thomas Morris, John Brockman, John Massey, David Boxley, Joseph Bond, Pallison Boxley, John Haley, Thomas Brounough, Wilson Ware, Timothy F. Grady, Nickolas Whitlock, Levy Baker, Reuben Landram, William V. Cole.

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 426, John McGehee, Type: Sett, Date: 10-Mar-1828
Estate of John McGehee deceased in acct. with Dillard and Garrett C. McGehee exors. recorded 10 Mar 1828.

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 426, Benjamin Sims, Type: Will, Date: 12-May-1828
Will of Benjamin Sims to wife Jane Sims, daughter Maria Jones 50 acres part of tract where I reside adjoining Michael Talley, Elisha Melton, to son Thomas Sims 84 acres. Wife Janes Sims and friend William Thompson exors 21 Jan 1826. Wit. Thomas Johnson, Henry W. Johnson, John Talley. Rec. 12 May 1828.

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 449, Nathanila A. Smith, Type: Acct, Date: 12-Feb-1828
Account of Nathanila A. Smith 12 Feb 1828 does not name children.

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 493, David Gillaspy, Type: Will, Date: 31-Jan-1828
Will of David Gillaspy of Louisa County. Lend to wife, Peggy Gillaspy, all estate real and personal until 1840 with son Nelson Saunders Gillaspy to be manager. If wife should die before 1840, estate, except land, to be divided amongst my children. If wife lives past 1840 then 2/3 of land to be equally divided among all children and 1/3 to wife and at her death to be equally divided among all my children. Wife may give to any child marrying before 1840 at valuation not to exceed their legacy. Give to son, Nelson Saunders Gillsapy all tract of land on both sides of Big Corthern Run on condition that he pay $900. equally divided among all children: ie. son Morris Robert Gillaspy $100; William Allen Gillaspy $100; daughter Metilda Caroline Gillaspy $100; daughter Mary Elizabeth Gillaspy $100; son David Shelton Gillaspy $100; son John Miner Gillaspy $100; daughter Partheina Jane Gillaspy $100; son James Lindsay Gillaspy $100; daughter Emily Ann Gillaspy $100. Each child is to receive 1/10 part of estate real and personal at wife's death. Sons Nelson Saunders Gillaspy and William Allen Gillaspy executors. 31 Jan 1828 Sig. David Gillaspy (x) Wit. Jasper Grinstead, Moses White, James D. Roberts

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 502, Matthew Grubbs, Type: Sett, Date: 12-Jul-1830
Inv. estate Matthew Grubbs in account with Richard R. Jones exor . Richard Jones indebted to estate $1633.33. legatees: Z. M. Perkins, T. H. Scruggs, J. B. Woodward, J. I Grubbs, William Sanderson, John Farrar, Fleming Parish, David R. Jones. 12 Jul 1830.

Cty. Lou, Book: 7, Page: 536, James D. Nuckolls, Type: Will, Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 8, Page: 7, Frances Lipscomb, Type: Will, Date:  
Will of Frances Lipscomb. Dau. Nancy Lipscomb land given my by my dec'd. Husband and at her death to my grandchildren Jane and William Tisdale.. Son William T. Lipscomb. Dau. Nancy Lipscomb money but if she has no heirs then to grandsons Robert Jones and if he dies to children of my dau. Fanny Tisdale.. Grandson Parks Roseberry. grandson Robert Jones. dau. Lucy Roseberry. James Tisdale in his lifetime handled affairs for daughter Lucy Roseberry which didn't all turn out well but Roseberry not to disturb the widow and children of James Tisdale.

Cty. Lou, Book: 8, Page: 7, Francis Lipscomb, Type: Will, Date:  
[No abstract was made.]

Cty. Lou, Book: 8, Page: 16, Saml. May, Type: Will, Date: 09-May-1829
Estate of Saml. May in account with Charles Poindexter ... "legacy due from estate by his will at the death of his widow who died [date blank] June last. recorded 9 May 1829.

Cty. Lou, Book: 8, Page: 26, Gilbert Gibson, Type: Will, Date: 08-Jun-1829
Will Gilbert Gibson debts to be paid; children William, John, David Lowrie, Richard, Overton, Thomas Mary, Martin, and Solomon. 2 Aug 1825. Sig. Gilbert (x) Gibson. wit. Myer Angel, William (x) Lewis, Nathan (x) Gibson, Jno. R. Quarles. Rec. 8 Jun 1829.

Cty. Lou, Book: 8, Page: 57, Catharine Gibson, Type: Acct, Date: 05-Sep-1827
Account of sale of property of Catharine Gibson, dec'd. 5 Sep 1827 $16.38.

Cty. Lou, Book: 8, Page: 64, Thornton Gibson, Type: Will, Date: 11-Sep-1829
Will Thornton Gibson daughter Barbary Fortune's, now dec'd., children by Chissum Fortune one half my estate, to daughter Polly or Mary Watkins alias Poly Gibson one half my estate. friends Reuben Rennolds, Geo. Harris and Oswell Gibson to be exors. 19 Jan 1820 Recorded 11 Sep 1829.

Cty. Lou, Book: 8, Page: 69, John McGehee, Type: Sett, Date:  
The estate of John McGehee dec'd. in acct. with Garret C. McGehee and Dillard McGehee executors.

Cty. Lou, Book: 8, Page: 179, John Lipscomb, Type: Will, Date: 09-Aug-1830
Will John Lipscomb. grandchildren Joseph, William and Louisa Vest children of my daughter Sally Vest, dec'd. 1/7 part. dau. Frances Trice. son Wyatt Lipscomb. son Robert Lipscomb. son Waddy Lipscomb. dau. Dianna. grandchildren Robert, William, Susan, John, Joseph, Andrew and Walter beadles children of my daughter Susan Beadles, dec'd. 1/7 part.. 1 Jan 1826 rec. 9 Aug 1830

Cty. Lou, Book: 8, Page: 198, Henry Mallory, Type: Sett, Date:  
Estate of Henry Mallory Dec'd 1828 in account with John Perkins.



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