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51 "Homicide at Messongo:" Bennette T.W. Byrd was shot and mortally wounded by Samuel T. Taylor, near Messongo Bridge, this county (Acc), last Thursday morning (Pen. Ent., 30 May 1885). The article explains the circumstant of the shooting. In his will, signed in 1872, Benjamin T.W. Byrd named his mother, Hennie Byrd; wife, Tabitha (Elitha) Ann Byrd; friend, Wm. S. Byrd, who was also the executor. Witnesses were Parker Byrd, Staton F. Byrd and Teackle L. Byrd (Acc Co Wills, 1882-1901, p. 87). Byrd, Benjamin T.W. (I5392)
 
52 "Honorably complaining show unto your worships, your Orator Major Rayfield Sr. that a certain Major Taylor late of this said County, departed this life intestate about the year 1830, leaving a widow, Betsey & three children to wit: Nancy, Sarah A. and Mary Taylor; that his widow the said Betsy is since dec'd and his daughter Nancy has intermarried with a certain Spencer Lewis and daughter Mary has intermarried with a certain John Scott; that the said Major Taylor at the time of his death was seized and possessed of a certain lot or parcel of land situate in said County adjoining the lands of William Riley, John D. Parkes and others and containing by actual survey two acres; that said land at his death descended upon his three children aforesaid, who were his heirs at law; that sometime thereafter to wit: on the 20th day of Feby, 1841 the said Betsey Taylor, Spencer Lewis & Nancy his wie & Sarah A. Taylor conveyed to certain William P. Rayfield one half acre of said lot, by deed duly recorded a copy of which is hencewith filed as part of this Bill; that on the 17th day of August 1841 the said William P. Rayfield by deed of that date, conveyed said 1/2 acre to a certain John D. Parkes; that on the 23rd day of October 1845 the said Joh Scott and Mary his wife conveyed to your Orator all their right title & interest both at Law & in Equity to the aforesaid two acre lot..." Pages 5-10 are copies of deeds, the latter pages, starting Aug 1841, list Elizabeth Taylor, dec'd and John Scott and wife Mary of Baltimore, MD. On page 16 Sarah is listed as Sarah Anne Taylor and the lot as "situated in said County & Parish of St.George in the neighborhood of Hunting Creek" and includes a survey map of the lot. Page 21, in response to a summons of 2 Jun 1846, notes Elizabeth Taylor dead, Sarah A. Taylor not an inhabitant of this county". Taylor, Sarah Ann (I128875)
 
53 "Honorably complaining show unto your worships, your Orator Major Rayfield Sr. that a certain Major Taylor late of this said County, departed this life intestate about the year 1830, leaving a widow, Betsey & three children to wit: Nancy, Sarah A. and Mary Taylor; that his widow the said Betsy is since dec'd and his daughter Nancy has intermarried with a certain Spencer Lewis and daughter Mary has intermarried with a certain John Scott; that the said Major Taylor at the time of his death was seized and possessed of a certain lot or parcel of land situate in said County adjoining the lands of William Riley, John D. Parkes and others and containing by actual survey two acres; that said land at his death descended upon his three children aforesaid, who were his heirs at law; that sometime thereafter to wit: on the 20th day of Feby, 1841 the said Betsey Taylor, Spencer Lewis & Nancy his wie & Sarah A. Taylor conveyed to certain William P. Rayfield one half acre of said lot, by deed duly recorded a copy of which is hencewith filed as part of this Bill; that on the 17th day of August 1841 the said William P. Rayfield by deed of that date, conveyed said 1/2 acre to a certain John D. Parkes; that on the 23rd day of October 1845 the said Joh Scott and Mary his wife conveyed to your Orator all their right title & interest both at Law & in Equity to the aforesaid two acre lot..." Pages 5-10 are copies of deeds, the latter pages, starting Aug 1841, list Elizabeth Taylor, dec'd and John Scott and wife Mary of Baltimore, MD. On page 16 Sarah is listed as Sarah Anne Taylor and the lot as "situated in said County & Parish of St.George in the neighborhood of Hunting Creek" and includes a survey map of the lot. Page 21, in response to a summons of 2 Jun 1846, notes Elizabeth Taylor dead, Sarah A. Taylor not an inhabitant of this county". Taylor, Major (of Jacob of Hunting Cr) (I14496)
 
54 "Honorably complaining show unto your worships, your Orator Major Rayfield Sr. that a certain Major Taylor late of this said County, departed this life intestate about the year 1830, leaving a widow, Betsey & three children to wit: Nancy, Sarah A. and Mary Taylor; that his widow the said Betsy is since dec'd and his daughter Nancy has intermarried with a certain Spencer Lewis and daughter Mary has intermarried with a certain John Scott; that the said Major Taylor at the time of his death was seized and possessed of a certain lot or parcel of land situate in said County adjoining the lands of William Riley, John D. Parkes and others and containing by actual survey two acres; that said land at his death descended upon his three children aforesaid, who were his heirs at law; that sometime thereafter to wit: on the 20th day of Feby, 1841 the said Betsey Taylor, Spencer Lewis & Nancy his wie & Sarah A. Taylor conveyed to certain William P. Rayfield one half acre of said lot, by deed duly recorded a copy of which is hencewith filed as part of this Bill; that on the 17th day of August 1841 the said William P. Rayfield by deed of that date, conveyed said 1/2 acre to a certain John D. Parkes; that on the 23rd day of October 1845 the said Joh Scott and Mary his wife conveyed to your Orator all their right title & interest both at Law & in Equity to the aforesaid two acre lot..." Pages 5-10 are copies of deeds, the latter pages, starting Aug 1841, list Elizabeth Taylor, dec'd and John Scott and wife Mary of Baltimore, MD. On page 16 Sarah is listed as Sarah Anne Taylor and the lot as "situated in said County & Parish of St.George in the neighborhood of Hunting Creek" and includes a survey map of the lot. Page 21, in response to a summons of 2 Jun 1846, notes Elizabeth Taylor dead, Sarah A. Taylor not an inhabitant of this county". Taylor, Mary (I128876)
 
55 "Honorably complaining show unto your worships, your Orator Major Rayfield Sr. that a certain Major Taylor late of this said County, departed this life intestate about the year 1830, leaving a widow, Betsey & three children to wit: Nancy, Sarah A. and Mary Taylor; that his widow the said Betsy is since dec'd and his daughter Nancy has intermarried with a certain Spencer Lewis and daughter Mary has intermarried with a certain John Scott; that the said Major Taylor at the time of his death was seized and possessed of a certain lot or parcel of land situate in said County adjoining the lands of William Riley, John D. Parkes and others and containing by actual survey two acres; that said land at his death descended upon his three children aforesaid, who were his heirs at law; that sometime thereafter to wit: on the 20th day of Feby, 1841 the said Betsey Taylor, Spencer Lewis & Nancy his wie & Sarah A. Taylor conveyed to certain William P. Rayfield one half acre of said lot, by deed duly recorded a copy of which is hencewith filed as part of this Bill; that on the 17th day of August 1841 the said William P. Rayfield by deed of that date, conveyed said 1/2 acre to a certain John D. Parkes; that on the 23rd day of October 1845 the said Joh Scott and Mary his wife conveyed to your Orator all their right title & interest both at Law & in Equity to the aforesaid two acre lot..." Pages 5-10 are copies of deeds, the latter pages, starting Aug 1841, list Elizabeth Taylor, dec'd and John Scott and wife Mary of Baltimore, MD. On page 16 Sarah is listed as Sarah Anne Taylor and the lot as "situated in said County & Parish of St.George in the neighborhood of Hunting Creek" and includes a survey map of the lot. Page 21, in response to a summons of 2 Jun 1846, notes Elizabeth Taylor dead, Sarah A. Taylor not an inhabitant of this county". Taylor, Nancy (of Major) (I21752)
 
56 "Honorably complaining show unto your worships, your Orator Major Rayfield Sr. that a certain Major Taylor late of this said County, departed this life intestate about the year 1830, leaving a widow, Betsey & three children to wit: Nancy, Sarah A. and Mary Taylor; that his widow the said Betsy is since dec'd and his daughter Nancy has intermarried with a certain Spencer Lewis and daughter Mary has intermarried with a certain John Scott; that the said Major Taylor at the time of his death was seized and possessed of a certain lot or parcel of land situate in said County adjoining the lands of William Riley, John D. Parkes and others and containing by actual survey two acres; that said land at his death descended upon his three children aforesaid, who were his heirs at law; that sometime thereafter to wit: on the 20th day of Feby, 1841 the said Betsey Taylor, Spencer Lewis & Nancy his wie & Sarah A. Taylor conveyed to certain William P. Rayfield one half acre of said lot, by deed duly recorded a copy of which is hencewith filed as part of this Bill; that on the 17th day of August 1841 the said William P. Rayfield by deed of that date, conveyed said 1/2 acre to a certain John D. Parkes; that on the 23rd day of October 1845 the said Joh Scott and Mary his wife conveyed to your Orator all their right title & interest both at Law & in Equity to the aforesaid two acre lot..." Pages 5-10 are copies of deeds, the latter pages, starting Aug 1841, list Elizabeth Taylor, dec'd and John Scott and wife Mary of Baltimore, MD. On page 16 Sarah is listed as Sarah Anne Taylor and the lot as "situated in said County & Parish of St.George in the neighborhood of Hunting Creek" and includes a survey map of the lot. Page 21, in response to a summons of 2 Jun 1846, notes Elizabeth Taylor dead, Sarah A. Taylor not an inhabitant of this county". Turnall, Elizabeth 'Betsey' (I121737)
 
57 "I bequeath all South pint(sic) (point) the whole patten belonging to me unto Joseph Crockett". To Spencer Tyler all my part of hog neck. To Lazarus Bacor. To Jacob Tylor. To David Tylor. Joseph Crockett Exr. Witt: Butler Tylor, Arthur Parkes, Sarah Tylor. Fish, John (I115779)
 
58 "I Comfort Taylor widow of George Taylor of Somersett County in the province of Maryland...in consideration of the Natural affection & Motherly Love which I have & bear unto my Elder son Samuel Taylor, give unto the said Samuel Taylor all that parcel of Land which my father John Johnson formerly bought of George Hamblen, known as Hamblens Neck being a part of the tract formerly surveyed for George Hamblen called by the name of Winchester after my decease"; witt: Walter Taylor, Wm Kennett; recorded 20 Sep 1728 Johnson, Comfort (I79202)
 
59 "I Comfort Taylor widow of George Taylor of Somersett County in the province of Maryland...in consideration of the Natural affection & Motherly Love which I have & bear unto my Elder son Samuel Taylor, give unto the said Samuel Taylor all that parcel of Land which my father John Johnson formerly bought of George Hamblen, known as Hamblens Neck being a part of the tract formerly surveyed for George Hamblen called by the name of Winchester after my decease"; witt: Walter Taylor, Wm Kennett; recorded 20 Sep 1728 Johnson, John (I125386)
 
60 "I Comfort Taylor widow of George Taylor of Somersett County in the province of Maryland...in consideration of the Natural affection & Motherly Love which I have & bear unto my Elder son Samuel Taylor, give unto the said Samuel Taylor all that parcel of Land which my father John Johnson formerly bought of George Hamblen, known as Hamblens Neck being a part of the tract formerly surveyed for George Hamblen called by the name of Winchester after my decease"; witt: Walter Taylor, Wm Kennett; recorded 20 Sep 1728 Taylor, Samuel (I79203)
 
61 "I give & bequeath for the good of the Middle Church my great Common Prayer Book with Singing Psalms in it" To godson William Abbott. To William White "that lives on the seaside" to him & his wife & his sister Elizabeth Claywell. To George Trewit living in Maryland called "Accomack George" & to his daughter Comfort & to his cousin Sarah Trewit, daughter of Henry Trewit. To godson Isaac Dix. To goddaughter Mary Evans, wife of Jestinian Evans. To Mary Nickleson. To Leah White. To Patience Tankred. Goddaughter Mary Evans, daughter of Capt. Thomas Evans. To Esther Barns & Mrs. Sacker Parker, widow To Mason Abbott. To Francis Young's children. To John Young's wife. To Elizabeth Riley, wife of Thomas Riley. To Wise Middleton, wife of William Middleton. To my landlord John Young. To Tabitha Stockly. Francis Young's children residual legatees. Friends John Young, Thomas Riley & William White Exrs. Witt: George Bundick, William Hickman, Joseph Hickman. Wilson, William (I63157)
 
62 "I give & bequeath unto my natural Born Child which I call Elizabeth Smith" negro boy Ephriam &c. & should she die before she arrives to the age of 18 negro to my son John Snead - Witt: Sally Ironmonger, Molly Scott, William Gibb. Codicil - Should my son John Snead die before he arrives to lawful age the said negro to belong to my sister Bridget West - Same witnesses. West, Elizabeth (529) (I62360)
 
63 "I give to my loving wife Elizabeth Bell one feather bed and furniture. I give to my son Anthony Bell my plantation whereon I now live. I leave in the hands of my son Anthony Bell for my son William Bell's children ten pounds cash to each child. To my grandson ?Warks Ward ten pounds to be paid him when he arrives to age. I give to my grandson Gillet Ward ten pounds to be paid him when he arrives to age. I give to my grand daughter Nancy Ward ten pounds when she arrives to age. I give to my grand daughter Drewsilla Floyd twenty pounds cash to be paid her when she arrives to age. I give to my daughter Bridget Bell one bed and furniture. I give to my daughter Betsey Bell one bed and furniture. I give to my son in law Jacob Fathery all the money he owes me. I give to my son in law John Floyd all the money he owes me. The remainder of my estate to be sold and divided between Anthony Bell, my daughter Rachel Scott, my daughter Susey Bell, daughter Briget Bell and daughter Betsey Bell. I do appoint my son Anthony Bell and John Carpenter Jr. executors. Signed with his mark, William Bell. Witnesses: John Carpenter Senr., John Rogers and Kendall Richardson." Bell, William Jr. (I43928)
 
64 "I John Coe of the County of Kent on Delaware being at this time sick and weak in Body but through the mercies of God am of a sound and disposing mind and memory for which with all other blessings bestowed on me I humbly return most hearty acknowledgements and being sencible of the uncertainty of this transitory life do make and ordain in last will testament in manner and form following viz. It is my will and desire that all my just debts and expences be duly paid and discharged by my executors herin after named in as short time as conveniently may be after my decease. I give and bequeath to my eldest son William Coe my new dwelling plantation and tract of land belonging to the same containing five hundred and fifty acres to be delivered to him at the age of four and twenty and to his heirs and assigns forever as also a negro man named George to be delivered to him at the same time. I give and bequeath to my son John Coe my plantation and tract of land which I purchased of John Hall adjoining to my other land before mentioned containing one hundred and seventy five acres, to be delivered to him at the age of one and twenty years and to his heirs and assigns forever as also a negro man named Sampson to be delivered to him at the same time. I give and bequeath to my son Thomas Coe my land lately taken upon the double runs containing two hundred acres but if the same should be taken from him, then it is my will that he shall have instead thereof the sum of Thirty pounds at the age of one and twenty years I also give to him a mallato boy called mingo to be delivered to him at the same time the whole to be heirs and assigns forever. I give and bequeath to my daughter Patience Coe my negro girl called Hagar now living with my mother in Virginia and also my best bed and furniture two cows and calves and a yearling Heifer and a mare colt with their increase from this time the whole to be delivered to her when she shall demand the same. I give and bequeath to my daughter Sarah my negro woman called Mall and my next best bed and furniture to be delivered her at the age of sixteen years and also two cows and calves at the same time. I also give and bequeath to my sons William John and Thomas one bed and furniture to each of them at the respective time of their age above mentioned. I give and bequeath unto my three sons in law Samuel, Isaac and Cornelius Willbanks one two year old heifer to each of them provided they abide and continue with my executors till they arrive at the age of one and twenty years. I give and bequeath to my servant woman Grace Lodge a two year old mare at the time of her freedom and it is my will and desire that after my just debts are paid and my children brought up with my executors with whom I desire they may continue until they arrive at their respective ages that the remainder of my estate wheresoever the same may be found be devided amongst my children in equal shares. I give and bequeath to my brother William Coe my riding horse with the bridle and saddle and my oldest negro named Dick. And lastly I nominate and constitute and appoint my said brother William Coe my sole executor of this my last will and testament continued on the other side of this half sheet of paper and so far on this as the same shall continue desiring him to give and allow to every one of my children the best learning and education that may be conveniently had and to pay for the same out of the said remainder of my estate and also that they may as much as possible frequent the Religious meetings of my friends the People called Quakers. In witness whereof I have hereunto put my hand and seal the four and twentyeth day of the second month April in the year of our Lord 1717. Hinman, Sarah (I26245)
 
65 "I John Coe of the County of Kent on Delaware being at this time sick and weak in Body but through the mercies of God am of a sound and disposing mind and memory for which with all other blessings bestowed on me I humbly return most hearty acknowledgements and being sencible of the uncertainty of this transitory life do make and ordain in last will testament in manner and form following viz. It is my will and desire that all my just debts and expences be duly paid and discharged by my executors herin after named in as short time as conveniently may be after my decease. I give and bequeath to my eldest son William Coe my new dwelling plantation and tract of land belonging to the same containing five hundred and fifty acres to be delivered to him at the age of four and twenty and to his heirs and assigns forever as also a negro man named George to be delivered to him at the same time. I give and bequeath to my son John Coe my plantation and tract of land which I purchased of John Hall adjoining to my other land before mentioned containing one hundred and seventy five acres, to be delivered to him at the age of one and twenty years and to his heirs and assigns forever as also a negro man named Sampson to be delivered to him at the same time. I give and bequeath to my son Thomas Coe my land lately taken upon the double runs containing two hundred acres but if the same should be taken from him, then it is my will that he shall have instead thereof the sum of Thirty pounds at the age of one and twenty years I also give to him a mallato boy called mingo to be delivered to him at the same time the whole to be heirs and assigns forever. I give and bequeath to my daughter Patience Coe my negro girl called Hagar now living with my mother in Virginia and also my best bed and furniture two cows and calves and a yearling Heifer and a mare colt with their increase from this time the whole to be delivered to her when she shall demand the same. I give and bequeath to my daughter Sarah my negro woman called Mall and my next best bed and furniture to be delivered her at the age of sixteen years and also two cows and calves at the same time. I also give and bequeath to my sons William John and Thomas one bed and furniture to each of them at the respective time of their age above mentioned. I give and bequeath unto my three sons in law Samuel, Isaac and Cornelius Willbanks one two year old heifer to each of them provided they abide and continue with my executors till they arrive at the age of one and twenty years. I give and bequeath to my servant woman Grace Lodge a two year old mare at the time of her freedom and it is my will and desire that after my just debts are paid and my children brought up with my executors with whom I desire they may continue until they arrive at their respective ages that the remainder of my estate wheresoever the same may be found be devided amongst my children in equal shares. I give and bequeath to my brother William Coe my riding horse with the bridle and saddle and my oldest negro named Dick. And lastly I nominate and constitute and appoint my said brother William Coe my sole executor of this my last will and testament continued on the other side of this half sheet of paper and so far on this as the same shall continue desiring him to give and allow to every one of my children the best learning and education that may be conveniently had and to pay for the same out of the said remainder of my estate and also that they may as much as possible frequent the Religious meetings of my friends the People called Quakers. In witness whereof I have hereunto put my hand and seal the four and twentyeth day of the second month April in the year of our Lord 1717. Coe, John (Quaker) (I26707)
 
66 "I John Coe of the County of Kent on Delaware being at this time sick and weak in Body but through the mercies of God am of a sound and disposing mind and memory for which with all other blessings bestowed on me I humbly return most hearty acknowledgements and being sencible of the uncertainty of this transitory life do make and ordain in last will testament in manner and form following viz. It is my will and desire that all my just debts and expences be duly paid and discharged by my executors herin after named in as short time as conveniently may be after my decease. I give and bequeath to my eldest son William Coe my new dwelling plantation and tract of land belonging to the same containing five hundred and fifty acres to be delivered to him at the age of four and twenty and to his heirs and assigns forever as also a negro man named George to be delivered to him at the same time. I give and bequeath to my son John Coe my plantation and tract of land which I purchased of John Hall adjoining to my other land before mentioned containing one hundred and seventy five acres, to be delivered to him at the age of one and twenty years and to his heirs and assigns forever as also a negro man named Sampson to be delivered to him at the same time. I give and bequeath to my son Thomas Coe my land lately taken upon the double runs containing two hundred acres but if the same should be taken from him, then it is my will that he shall have instead thereof the sum of Thirty pounds at the age of one and twenty years I also give to him a mallato boy called mingo to be delivered to him at the same time the whole to be heirs and assigns forever. I give and bequeath to my daughter Patience Coe my negro girl called Hagar now living with my mother in Virginia and also my best bed and furniture two cows and calves and a yearling Heifer and a mare colt with their increase from this time the whole to be delivered to her when she shall demand the same. I give and bequeath to my daughter Sarah my negro woman called Mall and my next best bed and furniture to be delivered her at the age of sixteen years and also two cows and calves at the same time. I also give and bequeath to my sons William John and Thomas one bed and furniture to each of them at the respective time of their age above mentioned. I give and bequeath unto my three sons in law Samuel, Isaac and Cornelius Willbanks one two year old heifer to each of them provided they abide and continue with my executors till they arrive at the age of one and twenty years. I give and bequeath to my servant woman Grace Lodge a two year old mare at the time of her freedom and it is my will and desire that after my just debts are paid and my children brought up with my executors with whom I desire they may continue until they arrive at their respective ages that the remainder of my estate wheresoever the same may be found be devided amongst my children in equal shares. I give and bequeath to my brother William Coe my riding horse with the bridle and saddle and my oldest negro named Dick. And lastly I nominate and constitute and appoint my said brother William Coe my sole executor of this my last will and testament continued on the other side of this half sheet of paper and so far on this as the same shall continue desiring him to give and allow to every one of my children the best learning and education that may be conveniently had and to pay for the same out of the said remainder of my estate and also that they may as much as possible frequent the Religious meetings of my friends the People called Quakers. In witness whereof I have hereunto put my hand and seal the four and twentyeth day of the second month April in the year of our Lord 1717. Coe, William (Quaker) (I93847)
 
67 "I John Groten Soldier in the Sarvice of the United States in the Ninth Regiment of Virginia Forces, being called to the field of Battle & not knowing but a Random Shot may take my life I ordain this my last Will and Testament" To wife Margaret Groten my plantation on Mattchapungo during her life or widow & then to my son John Groten. Wife, daughter Betty & son Kendall resid, legatees. Wife Margery Groten & Tully Robinson Wise Exrs. Witt: William Parramore, Thomas Parramore, Charles Snead. Groten, John (soldier) (I49397)
 
68 "I Jonathan Waggaman of Accomack, being about to take a voyage" &c. To son William Elliot Waggaman 500 acres near the seaside, 400 acres of which I bought of my mother Mrs Frances Waggaman & the other of Thomas & John Gascoins, & for want of heirs to my son Ephraim Waggaman. To son Henry Waggaman 200 acres on Pitts Creek in Accomack County & for want of issue to son Ephraim. Should my son William rather have the plantation on Pitts Creek he shall enjoy the same provided he makes over to my son Henry the 500 acres above given him, and that between the 21st and 22nd years of the said William's age. 3 sons William Elliot, Henry & Ephraim Waggaman residual legatees. Brother Mr. Jacob Waggaman & Mr. Richard Kitson Exrs. Witt: John Walker, Thomas Merrill, Comfort Merrill. According to Whitelaw Jonathan (wife Comfort) son William E. Waggaman chose to exchange the lands and in 1729 the widow Comfort deeded her dower rights to him and 4 years later the sons formally exchanged the 2 parcels of land. Waggaman, Jonathan (I53177)
 
69 "I lend the use of my land for 10 years to my sister Adah Kellam for her to find a home and cloath and school Susanah Andrews on" and if my sister refuse supplying the said Susannah Andrews the said land to be rented for 10 years & Susannah Andrews to have the rent. Rosey Ross to have the use of my negro Nathan for 4 years & then the said Nathan to be free. I also lend Rosey Ross my negro girl Beck until she is 21 years old, at which time she is free by my father's will. At the expiration of 10 years my land to be rented out annually until a child called Severn Ross, but not baptised, which I had by Rosey Ross shall marry & have a child to live to be a month old, & should that period ever arrive I give the said Severn my land forever; if the said Severn be alive at the end of 10 years he to have the rents of my land during his life in case he dies before the gift takes place, & should he die before the gift takes place Susannah Ahdrews to have the rents of my land during her life or until she marries & have a child to live to be a month old, at which time I give her my land forever. Bal. of estate to be sold, & what remains after payment of debts to be lent out, & should Susannah Andrews or Severn Ross live to marry I give them 1/2 of it, & if tho other be dead the whole. Should both die whole estate to my sister Adah Kellam. James Powell & Hezekiah Pitts Exrs. Witt: John White, William White. According to Whitelaw (N113) the descent of title of his land is uncertain, but in 1843 a Severn Ross of Baltimore gave a mortgage on a half interest in 130 aces of David Ross land; which was foreclosed the next year and sold to Richard J. Ayres. In 1844 Susan Ross mortgaged the other half, and while a foreclosure was not noted, that interest also passed into the possession of Ayres. Kellam, Severn (492) (I62318)
 
70 "In case my son Scarburgh West shall save the 50 acres of land bequeathed by Southy Copes to his daughter Comfort, now the wife of the said Scarburgh, for which there is a suit at law depending against the said Scarburgh & Comfort", in that case I bequest to my son Alexander West the plantation where I now live, including the land I purchased of John Cropper. Jr. Wife Elizabeth to have her maintenance on same during her widow My said plantation to be subject to the payment of 30 £ to my son Phillip Parker West when he attains the age of 21 years. In case my son Scarburgh saves the land above mentioned, I bequst to my son John West the land I purchased of Johannes Watson, 25 acres more or less; in case my son Scarburgh shall loose at law the land above mentioned, I bequest to the said Scarburgh the plantation where I now live, my said plantation to be subject to the payment of 30 £ to my son John West when he attains the age of 21 years, & to my son Phillip Parker West 30 £ when he attains the like age. In case my son Scarburgh takes the land where I now live I give the land purchased of Johannes Watson, 25 acres more or less, to my son Alexander West. To wife Elizabeth negroes until my daughter Leah arrives to the age of 15 years for the purpose of maintaining herself & the younger children Phillip Parker, Adah, Leah. To Mary Satchell (daughter - p. 206) Bal. of estate to be divided between wife & children except that child that takes the plantation where I live. Wife Elizabeth & sons Scarburgh & Alexander Exrs. Witt: John Cropper, Jr., Richard Jacobs, Sebastian Cropper. West, Phillip Parker (121) (I35742)
 
71 "In consideration of the Love goodwill & Affection which I have & do bear toward William Henry Payne and Tabithy Payne [brother and sister] of the same county & state give all my goods & chattles now being in the care of John Payne [their father]", signed Obediah Taylor, witt: Thomas Taylor [son].  Payne, Tabitha (I128693)
 
72 "In consideration of the Love goodwill & Affection which I have & do bear toward William Henry Payne and Tabithy Payne [brother and sister] of the same county & state give all my goods & chattles now being in the care of John Payne [their father]", signed Obediah Taylor, witt: Thomas Taylor [son].  Payne, William Henry (I128692)
 
73 "In consideration of the Love goodwill & Affection which I have & do bear toward William Henry Payne and Tabithy Payne [brother and sister] of the same county & state give all my goods & chattles now being in the care of John Payne [their father]", signed Obediah Taylor, witt: Thomas Taylor [son].  Payne, John (I128690)
 
74 "In consideration of the Love goodwill & Affection which I have & do bear toward William Henry Payne and Tabithy Payne [brother and sister] of the same county & state give all my goods & chattles now being in the care of John Payne [their father]", witt: Thomas Taylor [son]. Note: the Paynes were from Snow Hill, MD but were of no known relation to the Taylors Taylor, Obediah (of Roger) (I124751)
 
75 "In the name of God amen I Mary East of the County of Accomack in the State of Virginia being in good health, and of sound mind and disposing memory, do make and constitute this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following Viz: Imprimis: I give and bequeath unto my daughter Mary Trader all the Lands I now hold which I purchased of the heirs of Joseph G. Feddeman or their representatives, to her and her heirs and assigns forever; also all my personal estate whatever except my negro man Tom, and him I leave to serve her during the term of three years after my death, and then after the end of the said Three years, I hereby emancipate and forever set free the said Negro man Tom- Lastly I hereby nominate and constitute and appoint my said daughter Mary Trader executor of this my last Will and Testament. In testimony whereof I the said Mary East have hereunto set my hand and and affixed my seal this the 4th day of September eighteen hundred and fifty five.
James H. Fletcher Mary east (seal)
J. Henderson
D. Broadwater" 
Feddeman, Mary Houston (I2965)
 
76 "It appears to the Court that Peter Parker, administrator of Richard Parker, decd. has removed from the United States and is now a Resident of the Republic of Mexico: Upon the application of Levin Parker, John Parker & Edward Chandler, heirs at Law of said Richard Parker, it is ordered that the letter of administration heretofore granted to the said Peter Parker be rescinded, And on the motion of Thomas M. Bayly (with the consent of the said Levin Parker, John Parker & Edward Chandler) letters of administration de bonis non granted the said Thomas M. Bayly on the estate of the said Richard Parker, decd." Parker, Richard (96) (I45576)
 
77 "It appears to the Court that Peter Parker, administrator of Richard Parker, decd. has removed from the United States and is now a Resident of the Republic of Mexico: Upon the application of Levin Parker, John Parker & Edward Chandler, heirs at Law of said Richard Parker, it is ordered that the letter of administration heretofore granted to the said Peter Parker be rescinded, And on the motion of Thomas M. Bayly (with the consent of the said Levin Parker, John Parker & Edward Chandler) letters of administration de bonis non granted the said Thomas M. Bayly on the estate of the said Richard Parker, decd." Chandler, Edward B. (I39275)
 
78 "It is ordered that John Wessells a soldier in the Continental Line in the Revolutionary War died intestate" (Acc Orders 1832-36, 24 Feb 1834, p. 250). "It is ordered to be certified that it appears to the Court by satisfactory proof that John Wessells Senr., William Wessells, Ephraim Wessells, James Wessells, Catherine Russell, Nancy Wessells, Ephraim Wessells (of N.), Elizabeth Ewell, Sarah Johnson, Catherine Wessells (of N.), Laura Wessells, Isaac Wessells, Nancy Hickman, George Russell (of George), Thomas Russell, James Russell, Lucretia Russell, Esther Russell, Elijah Russell, William Russell, Thomas Moore, Polly Moore, Isaac Sterling, Anna Young, Ephraim Wessells, Senr., Sarah Ann Russell, Nancy Wessells, Catherine Young, Betsey Summers, Arthur F. Wessells, John Wessells, Jr., Richard Wessells, Ephraim Wessells (of B.), Kessey Annis, Susan Annis, Margaret Young, Nancy Dix, Susan Wessells, Samuel Wessells, Delight Russell, Noah Russell, Mary Russell, Southy Russell, Ann Maria Onions, Susan Onions, Westley Onions, Levena Jane Onions and Raymond Melvin Parkes are the only heirs at law of John Wessells who was a soldier in the Virginia Continental Line in the Revolutionay War" (Acc Orders 1832-1836, 29 July 1835, p. 503). Wessells, John (I49699)
 
79 "It is ordered to be certified that it appears to the court by satisfactory evidence that Margaret Vesick, wife of Nathanial, Nancy Watson, Henry Wimbro, Griffin Wimbro, Ezekiel Wimbro, and Nancy Wimbro are the only heirs of Eburn Wimbro dec'd."

(NOTE: There are two Nancys named here. The first Nancy Watson is evidently Eburn's daughter Nancy Wimbro who married Jonathan Watson 28 Jul 1824. The other Nancy Wimbro was evidently Ezekiel Wimbro's sister, they being the children of Eburn's dec'd son John.)  
Wimbrough, Ebern (Wimbro) (I49713)
 
80 "It is ordered to be certified that it appears to the court by satisfactory evidence that Margaret Vesick, wife of Nathanial, Nancy Watson, Henry Wimbro, Griffin Wimbro, Ezekiel Wimbro, and Nancy Wimbro are the only heirs of Eburn Wimbro dec'd."

(NOTE: There are two Nancys named here. The first Nancy Watson is evidently Eburn's daughter Nancy Wimbro who married Jonathan Watson 28 Jul 1824. The other Nancy Wimbro was evidently Ezekiel Wimbro's sister, they being the children of Eburn's dec'd son John.)  
Wimbrough, Margaret 'Peggy' (of Ebern) (I63272)
 
81 "It is ordered to be certified that it appears to the court by satisfactory evidence that Margaret Vesick, wife of Nathanial, Nancy Watson, Henry Wimbro, Griffin Wimbro, Ezekiel Wimbro, and Nancy Wimbro are the only heirs of Eburn Wimbro dec'd."

(NOTE: There are two Nancys named here. The first Nancy Watson is evidently Eburn's daughter Nancy Wimbro who married Jonathan Watson 28 Jul 1824. The other Nancy Wimbro was evidently Ezekiel Wimbro's sister, they being the children of Eburn's dec'd son John.)  
Wimbrough, William W. (of Ebern) (I110385)
 
82 "It is ordered to be certified that it appears to the court by satisfactory evidence that Margaret Vesick, wife of Nathanial, Nancy Watson, Henry Wimbro, Griffin Wimbro, Ezekiel Wimbro, and Nancy Wimbro are the only heirs of Eburn Wimbro dec'd."

(NOTE: There are two Nancys named here. The first Nancy Watson is evidently Eburn's daughter Nancy Wimbro who married Jonathan Watson 28 Jul 1824. The other Nancy Wimbro was evidently Ezekiel Wimbro's sister, they being the children of Eburn's dec'd son John.)  
Wimbrough, Henry (of Wm W) (I122338)
 
83 "It is ordered to be certified that it appears to the court by satisfactory evidence that Margaret Vesick, wife of Nathanial, Nancy Watson, Henry Wimbro, Griffin Wimbro, Ezekiel Wimbro, and Nancy Wimbro are the only heirs of Eburn Wimbro dec'd."

(NOTE: There are two Nancys named here. The first Nancy Watson is evidently Eburn's daughter Nancy Wimbro who married Jonathan Watson 28 Jul 1824. The other Nancy Wimbro was evidently Ezekiel Wimbro's sister, they being the children of Eburn's dec'd son John.)  
Wimbrough, Griffin (of Wm W) (I36876)
 
84 "It is ordered to be certified that it appears to the court by satisfactory evidence that Margaret Vesick, wife of Nathanial, Nancy Watson, Henry Wimbro, Griffin Wimbro, Ezekiel Wimbro, and Nancy Wimbro are the only heirs of Eburn Wimbro dec'd."

(NOTE: There are two Nancys named here. The first Nancy Watson is evidently Eburn's daughter Nancy Wimbro who married Jonathan Watson 28 Jul 1824. The other Nancy Wimbro was evidently Ezekiel Wimbro's sister, they being the children of Eburn's dec'd son John.)  
Wimbrough, Ezekiel (of John) (I106620)
 
85 "It is ordered to be certified that it appears to the court by satisfactory evidence that Margaret Vesick, wife of Nathanial, Nancy Watson, Henry Wimbro, Griffin Wimbro, Ezekiel Wimbro, and Nancy Wimbro are the only heirs of Eburn Wimbro dec'd."

(NOTE: There are two Nancys named here. The first Nancy Watson is evidently Eburn's daughter Nancy Wimbro who married Jonathan Watson 28 Jul 1824. The other Nancy Wimbro was evidently Ezekiel Wimbro's sister, they being the children of Eburn's dec'd son John.)  
Wimbrough, Nancy (of Jno) (I122323)
 
86 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I129442)
 
87 "It is ordered to be certified that it appears to the Court by satisfactory evidence that Peter Parker, a son and one of the heirs at Law of Richard Parker, who was a Lieutenant in the Virginia State Navy in the Revolutionary War died intestate, that at his death he left no child or descendants of a child or parents living, that he left as his next of kin and heirs at Law two brothers, Levin Parker and John Parker and two nephews, Henry Stakes and James Stakes and one niece, Mary Ann Chandler, wife of Edward Chandler, the said Henry Stakes and James Stakes and Mary Ann Chandler being the only children of Nancy Stakes, formerly Nancy Parker, who was a sister of said Peter Parker."  Parker, Richard (96) (I45576)
 
88 "It is ordered to be certified that it appears to the Court by satisfactory evidence that Peter Parker, a son and one of the heirs at Law of Richard Parker, who was a Lieutenant in the Virginia State Navy in the Revolutionary War died intestate, that at his death he left no child or descendants of a child or parents living, that he left as his next of kin and heirs at Law two brothers, Levin Parker and John Parker and two nephews, Henry Stakes and James Stakes and one niece, Mary Ann Chandler, wife of Edward Chandler, the said Henry Stakes and James Stakes and Mary Ann Chandler being the only children of Nancy Stakes, formerly Nancy Parker, who was a sister of said Peter Parker."  Stakes, Mary Ann (I39276)
 
89 "It is ordered to be certified that it appears to the Court by satisfactory evidence that Peter Parker, a son and one of the heirs at Law of Richard Parker, who was a Lieutenant in the Virginia State Navy in the Revolutionary War died intestate, that at his death he left no child or descendants of a child or parents living, that he left as his next of kin and heirs at Law two brothers, Levin Parker and John Parker and two nephews, Henry Stakes and James Stakes and one niece, Mary Ann Chandler, wife of Edward Chandler, the said Henry Stakes and James Stakes and Mary Ann Chandler being the only children of Nancy Stakes, formerly Nancy Parker, who was a sister of said Peter Parker."  Chandler, Edward B. (I39275)
 
90 "It is ordered to be certified that it appears to the Court satisfactory proof that John C. Hall, Mary Ann, Eliza and John Hall, Gilbert Hall and Sophia Copes the wife of Peter Parker Copes are the only heirs at law of Ephraim Hall who was a Seaman in the Virginia State Navy in the Revolutionary War, and that the said Ephraim Hall died intestate." "Ordered that the guardian of the infant heirs of Ephraim Hall dec'd, do sell, assign and transfer all the Military Land Script to which they are entitled for the services of said Ephraim Hall in the Revolutionary War." (Acc Orders 1832-36, p17, dated 25 Sep 1832, and p564) It should also be noted that in most of the Acc Orders stating heirs of Revolutionary War vetrans, it specifically mentions when the named heirs are sons or daughters. It is assumed that since no specific relationship was mention, that the heirs were his necies or nephews. Hall, Ephraim (the younger) (I49398)
 
91 "It is ordered to be certified that it appears to this court by satisfactory evidence that James Marshall of Sykes Island, to whom was recently granted a pension, was a resident of this county and died in the said county on or about the 9th day of January 1851, and that he left a widow, Patience Marshall, who is still living" (Acc Orders 1851-1854, p5). Pension record # W.7390 for James and Patience Marshall indicates that he was in fact granted a pension for service in Acc Co as a private in company commanded by Captain Jesse Dickerson of the Regiment commmanded by Col. Simpson in the Virginia line for 2 years. His pension (certificate # 32.847) was granted at Richmond in the amount of $80 per year and was later granted to his widow, Patience Marshall, after his death on 9 Jan 1851. (INCLUDE MORE INFO FROM HIS PENSION FILE HERE). Turman & Walker show he was a seaman in the Virginia State Navy. Marshall, Pvt. James (I49492)
 
92 "It is ordered to be certified that Levin Parker, Peter Parker, John Parker, Mary Ann Chandler, wife of Edmund Chandler, Henry Stakes & James Stakes are the only heirs at Law of Richard Parker decd formerly a Captain in the Virginia State Navy in the Revolutionary War."  Parker, Richard (96) (I45576)
 
93 "It is ordered to be certified that Levin Parker, Peter Parker, John Parker, Mary Ann Chandler, wife of Edmund Chandler, Henry Stakes & James Stakes are the only heirs at Law of Richard Parker decd formerly a Captain in the Virginia State Navy in the Revolutionary War."  Stakes, Mary Ann (I39276)
 
94 "It is ordered to be certified that Levin Parker, Peter Parker, John Parker, Mary Ann Chandler, wife of Edmund Chandler, Henry Stakes & James Stakes are the only heirs at Law of Richard Parker decd formerly a Captain in the Virginia State Navy in the Revolutionary War."  Chandler, Edward B. (I39275)
 
95 "John Christie" 36, Seaman, Maryland, living with his wife Mary, age 28 and five children: Lewis Christie 14, William Christie 12, George Christie 8, Polly Christie 6, and Robert Christie 2m. Christy, John 'Jack' (I92713)
 
96 "John Christy", 25, sailor, Maryland, living with his wife Mary E., age 21, and two sons, Louis W. (3) and William A. (1) Owns real estate valued at $50; Living next to his mother-in-law, Keziah Marshall on one side David Tyler, farmer on the other Christy, John 'Jack' (I92713)
 
97 "John Trytitle," lessee of Joanna Lewis and John Chandler (guardian of Zorrobabel Chandler), sued "Hugh Hold Title" for land in St George Parish. Undersheriff Charles Snead swore he notified tenants Isaac Lewis and Rachel Chandler, who both failed to appear. Unless someone made himself defendants, the plaintiff would be awarded possession. Taylor, Johannah (I21715)
 
98 "John Trytitle," lessee of Joanna Lewis and John Chandler (guardian of Zorrobabel Chandler), sued "Hugh Hold Title" for land in St George Parish. Undersheriff Charles Snead swore he notified tenants Isaac Lewis and Rachel Chandler, who both failed to appear. Unless someone made himself defendants, the plaintiff would be awarded possession. Simpson, Rachel (I32462)
 
99 "John Trytitle," lessee of Joanna Lewis and John Chandler (guardian of Zorrobabel Chandler), sued "Hugh Hold Title" for land in St George Parish. Undersheriff Charles Snead swore he notified tenants Isaac Lewis and Rachel Chandler, who both failed to appear. Unless someone made himself defendants, the plaintiff would be awarded possession. Chandler, John III (turner) (I62325)
 
100 "John Trytitle," lessee of Joanna Lewis and John Chandler (guardian of Zorrobabel Chandler), sued "Hugh Hold Title" for land in St George Parish. Undersheriff Charles Snead swore he notified tenants Isaac Lewis and Rachel Chandler, who both failed to appear. Unless someone made himself defendants, the plaintiff would be awarded possession. Chandler, Zorobabel (of Jno of Hathan) Sr. (I72168)
 

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