Louisa County, Va. Probate Records
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Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 6, Lewis Johnson, Type: Will, Date: 08-Jan-1838
Will Lewis Johnson to wife Barbara during her life Negroes and tract I now reside with exception of part on Contrary Creek adjoining William F. Toler, William Walton and Murwood Estes which is to be sold. Tract called Bakers south of Contrary adjoining Frederick Harris to be sold. Remainder of estate to be sold and divided amongst children. Appoint nephew Lewis Johnson of Spotsylvania exor. 17 Aug. 1837. Sig. Lewis (x) Johnson. wit. William J. Pendleton, William F. Toler, William C. Nelson. Rec. 8 Jan. 1838.
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 26, Benjamin Hopkins, Type: Sett, Date: 08-Jan-1838
Settlement of estate of Benjamin Hopkins, Dec'd. by Charles B. Hopkins. Rec. 8 Jan 1838 gives no legatees names. Paid to creditors Pleasant Hacket, Jas. Walton, A. Brice, M. gox, Samuel Allen, Sheriff, Jas. P. Hopkins, Thomas Merewether
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 36, Lewis Johnson, Type: Will, Date: 12-Mar-1838
Plat of 360 3/4 acres on Contrary Creek and Elk Creek belonging to estate of Lewis Johnson, dec'd. Lot #1 containing 122 3/4 acres to Mrs. Barbara Johnson his widow. lot #2 containing 153 acres and #3 containing 85 acres 12. March 1838.
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 39, Robert Perkins, Type: Will, Date: 12-Mar-1838
(Submitted by Jan Stark) I, Robert Perkins of the County of Louisa and state of Virginia do make my last Will and Testament in manner and form following that is to say 1st I lend to my wife Kitty Perkins the tract of land on which I live, together with my plantation utensils, my riding carriage, two choice horses, four cows, one half of my household furniture, all my kitchen furniture, one yoke of oxen, and direct that she shall have provision sufficient to support herself, her stock, and the negroes I lend her, for twelve months, and at the death of my said wife, I direct that the property herein before mentioned shall be sold and the proceeds thereof be equally divided among my children who are now living. 2'dly, I give to my grandson Robert Joseph Perkins, son of Frederick Perkins, one hundred and twenty five dollarss. 3'dly I give to my grand daughter Sally A. Perkins, daughter of my son Richard, a negro girl by the name of Anna, and I direct that my grand daughter Kitty Perkins, daughter of my said son Richard shall receive one hundred and fifty dollars at the death of my wife and my grand son John B. Perkins, and my grand daughter Nancy T. Perkins, children of my said son Richard shall receive one hundred dollars each at the death of my wife; and I moreover direct that my son Richard's family shall receive nothing more from my estate, as I consider they will have received at least their full proportion of my estate, including what I have herein given the children. 4'thly I give my grand daughter Kitty A. Johnson, daughter of William F. Johnson a small negro girl by the name of Indianna. 5'thly I direct that my tract of land which lays adjoining the lands of my brother Joseph Perkins dec.d and the lands of Col. John Guerrant, together with such of my perishable property as I have not herein before disposed of, shall be sold to pay my debts, and should the property last mentioned be insufficient for that purpose, I in that case direct that my executors herein after named, shall sell such other of my property for the completion of the payment of my debts as they may think proper. 6'thly after my debts are paid, and the legacies herein before mentioned shall have been satisfied, I lend all my negroes then remaining to my aforesaid wife during her life and at her death I direct that the negroes, and other property lent her shall be sold and the money arising therefrom be equally divided among my children, my son Richard's family excepted. 7'hly I do not consider myself indebted to any of my children except my son Nathaniel who holds my bond for a small amount, which must be paid him. Should any of my children present claims against my estate, except the claim of my son Nathaniel as mentioned above, or any other person claiming under them by assignment or otherwise; should the dates of such claims be prior to the date of this my will, I direct that such claims shall be paid out of that portion of my estate, which will be allotted to, or in other words, which the party so claiming, may be entitled to. And lastly, I do hereby constitute and appoint my sons Joseph Perkins and Nathaniel Perkins Executors of this my last Will and Testament, hereby revoking all other or former wills or testaments by me heretofore made, with a special request that my executors aforesaid will direct in what manner my land and my wife shall be cultivated, so that it sustain the least possible injury. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this third day of May One thousand eight hundred and thirty seven. Robert Perkins (seal) Acknowledged by Robert Perkins to be his last Will and Testament in the presence of us who have Witnessed it at his request Spotswood L. Attkinson Thomas F. Armstrong George P. Shelton Granville Timberlake At a Court of quarterly session held for Louisa County at the Courthouse thereof on the 12th day of March 1838. A paper writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Robert Perkins decd. was exhibited in Court and was proved by the oaths of Spotswood L. Attkinson, Thomas F. Armstrong and George P. Shelton subscribing Witnesses thereto and by the Court is ordered to be recorded. Teste John Hunter C.L.C. April 9th 1838. Nathl Perkins qualified as Executor.
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 69, Ann Smith, Type: Will, Date: 14-May-1838
Will Ann Smith, ancient and weak Abner Houchins (no relationship given); Roxanna Morrison (no relationship given); nephew Ballard Dudley (unmarried); Abner Houchins and John E. Morrison to be exors. 26 Oct 1829 rec. 14 May 1838
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 85, David W. Johnson, Type: Will, Date: 11-Jun-1838
We the undersigned do hereby wave and relinquish our right to administer on the estate of the late David W. Johnson and it is our wish that the County Court will permit Samuel Hughson to qualify as administrator on the estate of the said Johnson. Witness our hands and seals 29 May 1838. Sig. Nuckolds Johnson, Mary Ann (x) Johnson. Wit. P. A. Jones, Recorded 11 June 1838. Relinquishment of Nuckolds Johnson and Mary Ann Johnson of their right to administer on estate of David W. Johnson proved by P. H. Jones a witness.
Cty. Alb, Book: 10, Page: 102, Thomas Salmon, Type: Inv., Date: 01-Jan-1830
[No abstract was made.]
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 109, Ralph Quarles, Type: Sett, Date: 08-Oct-1839
Estate of Ralph Quarles dec'd. in account with David Thompson, Nathl. Mills, and Jno. R. Quarles his exors. 8 Oct 1839.
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 113, John Tisdale, Type: Sett, Date:
Inventory and appraisement of estate of John Tisdale dec'd. by James Michie, Thos. Johnson, Wm. F. Toler and Wm. W. Pettus
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 113, John Tisdale, Type: Sett, Date: 10-Sep-1838
Inventory of estate John Tisdale 10 Sep 1838 slaves: William, Jack, Stephen, Barnett, John, Wyatt, Fancy, Dilly and child Melinda, John, Bob, Dicy and child Randolph.
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 113, John Tisdale, Type: Appt, Date:
[No abstract was made.]
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 114, Ellen Tisdale, Type: Sett, Date: 10-Sep-1838
Estate Ellen Tisdale, dec'd. 10 Sep 1838 There was no estate exhibited to us by admins. except sum of $73.75. Sig. James Michie, Thos. Johnson, Wm. F. Toler, Wm. W. Pettus.
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 114, Ellen Tisdale, Type: Appt, Date:
[No abstract was made.]
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 131, Edmund Pendleton, Type: Will, Date: 31-Jan-1837
Will of Edmund Pendleton of Louisa, Estate to be kept together if I die before my wife and managed by exors for her comfort and education of my children as long as wife remains a widow. If she marries then she to receive 1/3 and residue divided amongst my children. Children to be liberally educated by exors and expense to be accounted for in a final division. Advancements to be made to children as needed not to exceed final division. Very important that exors. religiously make an equal division in kind and value of real and personal property as many fathers are harshly upon after their deaths when this is not done. No regard to be made to number of slaves I gave to my deceased daughter Elizabeth Goodwin to whose child I intend to leave no part of my estate. At wife's remarriage or death all of estate to be equally divided amongst all my children except as to Edmund p Goodwin, each child accounting for their advancement. Advancements made to deceased daughter Elizabeth Goodwin have gone to her son Edmund P. Goodwin and also considerable property from his deceased father William T. Goodwin which is sufficient for one grandchild. Exors to sell any part of estate if necessary to maintain wife and children. Appoint as exor sons Madison Pendleton, Jos. K. Pendleton, William K. Pendleton and Philip B. Pendleton. 31 Jan 1837. E. Pendleton wit. Wm. Johnson, Francis Johnson Jr., David Richardson, John Hunter, William D. Hunter.
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 140, Francis Gibson, Type: Sett, Date: 10-Dec-1838
Account of Joseph C. Boxley committee of estate of Francis Gibson a lunatic returned 14 Jan 1839.
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 142, Mary Walton, Type: Sett, Date: 11-Jan-1839
Estate Mary Walton, Joel Walton admr. Jan 1813 cash pd. Richard Yancey his legacy Nelson Walton do. Meredith Walton do. Richard Nucholls do. Martin Walton do. Wm. Edwards do. Simeon Walton do. William Walton do. Garland Walton do. Frances Smith do. John Walton do. cash for my legacy do. Rec. 11 Jan 1839 Sig. William Jackson, Jr., William Jackson, William O. Harris.
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 152, Charles Trevilian, Type: Relenq, Date:
[No abstract was made.]
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 154, Mildred Gibson, Type: Will, Date: 08-Apr-1839
Will Mildred Gibson to granddaughter Virginia Ann Gibson daughter of my son Solomon Gibson; to daughter Polly Gibson. Polly executrix. Sig. Mildred (x) Gibson. 3 Nov 1837. wit. Charles Quarles, Jno. R. Quarles. Rec. 8 Apr 1839.
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 158, John Smith, Type: Will, Date: 13-May-1839
Will John Smith wife Catherine Smith. Whole estate to be under control of nephew Achilles Smith after wife's death to nephew Achilles Smith and in trust for the benefit of his brothers Robert and William Smith and their children (no heirs at present) Ann Eubank niece of my wife 17 Nov 1837 rec. 13 May 1839
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 160, David Sims, Type: Will, Date: 13-May-1839
David Sims of Louisa to nephew John L. Sims if he pays to my daughter Isabella Josephine Lewis Sims $600. when she arrives at age 21. Nephew John L. Sims exor. 5 Jun 1837. Wit: Woodson Parsons, John Swift, Garland Sims, John t. Smith. Rec. 13 May 1839.
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 163, David S. Gillespie, Type: Sett, Date: 29-Apr-1856
Inventory and appraisement of personal estate of David S. Gillespie 29 Apr 1856 made by William Grinstead, James M. Wright and John Johnson; $5,759.
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 165, David S. Gillespie, Type: Sett, Date: 29-Apr-1856
Inventory and appraisement of the personal estate of David S. Gillespie made 29 Apr 1856 by William Grimstead, James M. Wright, Jno. Johnson. $5,745.50
Cty. ?, Book: 10, Page: 170, Leonard Neff, Type: Will, Date: 12-Aug-1839
WB 10 page 170 Leonard Neff of Louisa 25 February 1839. Recorded 12 August 1839, wife, Paulina C. Neff, cell land in Louisa; land and Hardy County.
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 179, Abner Smith, Type: Will, Date: 09-Sep-1839
Will Abner Smith; wife Martha (no children); sister Elvinia P. Cosby nee Smith in state of Georgia; brother Robert Smith living in state of Tennessee; 19 Aug 1839 rec. 9 Sep 1839
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 197, John J. Hughes, Type: Will, Date:
[No abstract was made.]
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 217, David S. Gillespie, Type: Inv, Date: 25-Nov-1856
Inventory and appraisement of crops made on the lands of David S. Gillespie, Dec'd. supplement to a former appraisement made by same appraisers 25 Nov 1856; $156.10.
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 220, David S. Gillespie, Type: Sett, Date: 19-Feb-1857
Account of sale of perishable property of estate of David S. Gillespie, Dec'd. 25 and 26th Nov 1856; $874.86. Rec. 19 Feb 1857.
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 224, Evelina Johnson, Type: Will, Date: 10-Sep-1839
Will Evelina Johnson to nephew Richard A. Perkin's son Robert, and my sisters, Dorothy Perkins, Negroes, loan to Dr. Frederick Perkins in trust for my sister Dorothy Perkins tract I now live on and then to her children. 10 Sept. 1839. wit. Charles Quarles, M. Fox, Mary Gilbert.
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 227, Charles Johnson, Type: Will, Date: 09-Dec-1839
Will Charles Johnson to dear wife Martha Ann whole of estate for life and then to my children. Wife to be exor. 18 Oct. 1839. J. V. Kean wit. Rec. 9 Dec. 1839. William S. Walton appointed admor. since Martha A. refused to serve.
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 241, Reuben Chewning, Type: Sett, Date: 07-Apr-1823
Estate of Reuben Chewning in acct. with James D. Chewning admor. 11 Oct 1839. $2,026.791/2 subject to equal division amongst all of children of Reuben Chewning dec'd a portion is due to 7 of the intestate's children by his first wife as a devisee from their grandfather Robert Dickinson with interest from 7 Apr 1823 till 30 ult. being $511.90 for children of testators [sic] 1st wife except Elizabeth Clark who has received her part of her grandfather's estate in his lifetime.
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 267, Joseph T. Goodman, Type: Will, Date: 09-Mar-1840
Will Joseph T. Goodman, debts to be paid, $200 due from Mr. Henry M. Burnley with whom I have lived for many years to be equally divided between all his children. Residue of estate to be given to Molly Goodman widow of my brother Richard to be paid annually and principal at her death to her 3 sons Alexander, Thomas, and Christopher and her daughter Milly Mills. Friends Milton M. Brown, Charles Thompson Jr., to be exors 27 Oct 1835 Wit. Larkin B. Hancock, Charles J. Thompson, Sig. Joseph T. Thompson (X). Rec. 9 Mar 1840.
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 308, Joel Walton, Type: Will, Date: 11-May-1840
Will Joel Walton of Louisa Co. Debts to be paid. Before division of my estate each legatee is to account for advancements: daughter Ann Key for a Negro woman and 2 children; son William S. Walton for a Negro boy; daughter Agness Smith for 2 young Negro women and a girl and $150; son Joel L. Walton for a Negro boy; the children of my deceased daughter Temperance Higgason 1 Negro woman and 2 children and $200; and my son John Walton for $1,600. Then my estate is to be equally divided amongst my 5 surviving children and the children of my deceased daughter Temperance Higgason. Appoint my sons William S. and John Walton exors. 6 Mar 1840. Wit. William Jackson, Jr., George J. Gardner, Atwood Wash. Sig. Joel Walton. Recorded 11 May 1840.
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 325, David S. Gillespie, Type: , Date: 14-Dec-1857
Upon motion of Jane Gillespie, widow and relict of David S. Gillespie, Dec'd., A. P. Bowles, John Johnson (sw), Benjamin M. Francisco, George W. Christmas and Ballard W. Price appointed commissioners to divide the slaves which David S. Gillespie died seized; 1 share being 1/3 to widow, Jane R. Gillespie, one share to William J. Gillespie and one share to John W. Mallory and wife; the wife to have her share only for her life. Sig. B.W. Brice, George W. Christmas and A. P. Bowles Rec. 14 Dec 1857.
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 351, Charles Quarles, Type: Sett, Date: 12-May-1823
Account of sale of estate of Charles Quarles, dec'd. 21 Nov. and 4 Dec 1822 purchasers Ann Quarles, Ralph Quarles, William Sneed, George Crank, Charles Lewis, James Williams, Cleavers Baker, Dickinson Wash, Walter Mann, Pleasant Hackett, Gilbert Gibson, Nathan Gibson. Rec. 12 May 1823.
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 358, William Smith, Type: Sett, Date: 14-Dec-1840
Estate William Smith in account with Archilles Smith exor. Cash paid William Grooms B. Smith in acct. Rec. 14 Dec 1840
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 371, James T. Gibson, Type: Sett, Date: 28-Dec-1840
Estate of James T. Gibson, dec'd. by Garland Duke admor. $1418.39 28 Dec 1840.
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 389, Joseph Winston, Type: Will, Date: 10-Nov-1836
Recorded 14 Jun 1841; wife Rebecca; dau. Mary Quarles; son-in-law Gabriel Jones (his two daughters, Ann Eliza and Harriet Newell); my four living daughters Joanna R. Cowherd, Eliza Mosby, Lucy I. Rawlings, Mary Quarles; and children of my deceased daughter Sarah Jones; son-in-law John R. Quarles, Gabriel Jones executors. Witness C. Y. Kimbrough; William. S. Winston, William Johnson, ___ Wash
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 404, Roderick Johnson, Type: Will, Date: 10-May-1841
Estate Roderick Johnson in account with Frederick Perkins. Rec. 10 May 1841.
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 424, Charles Quarles, Type: Sett, Date: 16-Dec-1823
Estate Charles Quarles in account with Ann Quarles admix. cash paid Fire Company, .... paid M. Michie tuition of boys, paid B. Crawford tuition boys ..... 1820 Credit sum made on plantation after supporting family $2,584.00 ..... sale of estate due 29 Aug 1823 $2,132.92, balance due estate $1,118.88 . Rec. 16 Dec 1823.
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 433, Abner Smith, Type: Sett, Date: 31-Jul-1841
Estate Abner Smith in account with Dr. Madison Pendleton exor, 14 Oct 1839 midwife for attending Amanda, Jun 1840 to M. Pendleton for attending orphan chilD1/2 charged to Abner Smith and other half to Martha A. Smith estate. Rec. 31 Jul 1841
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 441, James Robertson, Type: Will, Date: 11-Oct-1841
Will of James Robertson to Wm. A. Gillaspie in trust for son Archille Robertson and wife and children and his 3 sons, William, James and Tazewell land. to my son Archilles 3 daughters Patsy, Louisa and Sally $600. Son Archiles is his overseer. to granddaughter Mary E. Robertson who was Mary E. Arnett and wife of Mordecai Robertson. to grandson James Robertson son of my son William who is now dead. James Robertson is not resident of Virginia. Executors to search 12 months advertising in Richmond paper and Lexington and Frankfort Kentucky. If he is not found legacy divided between son Achilles and daughter Mary E. Arnett. Portion of estate coming to granddaughter Mary E. Robertson wife of Mordecai Robertson after death of her mother Mary E. Arnett to be held in trust by Gillaspie for Mary E. Robertson free from control of her husband. William A. Gillespie and George D. McGehee executors. 10 Sep 1841. Sig. James Robertson (x), wit. Jno Graves, Garrat Atkins, Lewis D. Robertson, Hardin Chambers Rec. 11 Oct 1841.
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 443, Sarah Smith, Type: Will, Date: 13-Sep-1841
Will of Sarah Smith; nephew Obadiah Smith; 3 Jun 1827 Rec. 13 Sep 1841
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 446, Ambrose Smith, Type: Will, Date: 13-Dec-1841
will of Ambrose Smith: to daughters Mary A., Rhody F. and Permelia D, land on which I live containing 45 3/4 acres during their single life. At death of daughter Rhody, if she hasn't married, land to be sold and divided between above daughters and their heirs; to daughter Mary A., Rhody F. and Permelia D. $50., 6/7 of remainder of my estate after payments of debts, I give to my 6 children, namely: James T. Smith, Jane B. Seay, Mary A. Smith, Rhody F. Smith, Permelia D. Smith and Elijah L. Smith equally divided. Other 1/7 to my two grandchildren Joshua A. Smith and Delia F. Smith instead of their father, William G. Smith, my son. Thomas Nelson and William G. Nelson exors. 31 May 1839. Sig. Ambrose Smith. Wit. Samuel O. Nelson, Frederick Perkins, William Sizer.
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 448, Mary Burrus, Type: Sett, Date: 13-Dec-1841
Inventory and appraisement of estate of Mary Burrus, dec'd. $1,014.13 10 Feb 1841 by John L. Collins, Oswald McGehee, Wm. C. Waller. Rec. 13 Dec 1841.
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 449, Frances McGehee, Type: Inv, Date: 07-Dec-1841
Inventory of Frances McGehee, dec'd. 7 Dec 1841 $351.75
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 479, Chapman Humphrey, Type: Acct, Date: 23-Dec-1839
Account of sale of Chapman Humphrey made 23 Dec 1839 Humphrey buyers Thomas, William, Overton, Jesse.
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 486, Henry Pendleton, Type: Sett, Date: 14-Mar-1842
Estate of Henry Pendleton dec'd in account with Edmund Pendleton one of the exors. 14 Mar 1842.
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 493, Chapman Humphrey, Type: Sett, Date:
Settlement by Thomas Poindexter sheriff 1841 estate of Chapman Humphrey. "1840 this sum allowed in county levy for support of Elijah Humphrey.
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 495, Thomas R. Diggs, Type: , Date:
[No abstract was made.]
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 508, Mary Burrus, Type: Sett, Date: 07-Jun-1842
Account of sale of estate of Mary Burrus. Overton Burrus administrator, Oswald McGehee, William C. Miller, Thos. T. Goodwin commissioners. 7 Jun 1842.
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 512, William S. Winston, Type: Will, Date: 18-Nov-1840
Recorded 13 Jun 1842; my daughter Sally Ann shall have my negro girl Martha Ann... my son William James shall have my negro boy Jack and my gun... my son Bickerton shall have my negro boy Sam... my daughter Lucy J. shall have my negro girl Ellen... my daughter Martha shall have my negro girl Molly... my daughter Molly shall have my negro girl Hannah"; Executor is Philip B. Winston See Image of Will at "PHOTOS" link on homepage.
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 529, Mary Nuckolls, Type: Will, Date:
[No abstract was made.]
Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 544, Nathaniel Snelson, Type: appt, Date:
[No abstract was made.]
Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 0, Henry Bibb, Type: Will, Date: 14-Feb-1842
Written 1 Nov 1839 It willed his entire estate to his nephew, Richard G. Bibb, including “negro slaves and their future increase, Lucy, Jinny, Maria, Mary, Nancy, Isbel, Milly, Eliza, Charles, Esther, Susan, Louisa, Harry, Harriett, Judy, Margarett, Chapman, Lucy Ann, Albert, Ellen and George.” A typed summary states that Henry Bibb died 14 Jan 1842. On 19 Mar 1842 Richard G. Bibb certified that Henry Bibb resided in Louisa County “at the time of his death and had never resided in any other County.”
Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 12, Mary Trevilian, Type: Appt, Date:
[No abstract was made.]
Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 38, Anderson Hopkins, Type: Div, Date: 13-Feb-1843
Division of Negroes of Anderson Hopkins with assignment of dower to widow, Judith J. Hopkins, 13 Feb 1843. Undersigned interested in slaves and ask the court to make sale for division as soon as possible. sig. Daniel A. Saunders, William J. Hopkins, Charles E. Hopkins, Judith J. Hopkins guardian for Seamour S. Hopkins, Albert G. Hopkins, Kitty A. Hopkins.
Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 62, Julianna Talley, Type: Sett, Date: 05-May-1840
Julianna Talley of Louisa. One half of estate is to go to my nephew Thomas B. Harris, the other half is to go to my three nieces Barbara,?, and Betsy Harris, daughters of my deceased brother Cyrus Harris to whom if he had lived it was my intention to leave one half of my estate. I am greatly indebted as they take care of me in my old age. Appoint nephew Thomas B. Harris executor. 5 May 1840. Sig. Juliana Talley. Wit. John F. Morrison, John Middlebrook and Edwin J. Baker. Codicil if any niece dies her part goes to remaining nieces. Recorded Louisa Monday 8 May 1843.
Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 81, Thomas Diggs, Sr., Type: Will, Date:
[No abstract was made.]
Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 90, William Smith, Type: Sett, Date:
estate William Smith in account with Archilles Smith
Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 119, William Smith, Type: Div, Date:
Division of estate of William Smith, 303 acres into 3 parts equal value #1 cont. 91 acres with dwelling house to Archlles Smith. #2 101 acres in trust for William Smith. #3 111 acres in trust for Robert Smith. Got slaves Esther and her children Permelia, Margaret, John. Lucinda; Rachel and Rueben, Joe, Esther, Jr. Charles, Rachel $2,675.
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