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WFT #1 or 2?
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Father of Charles Norman comes from Family Tree Maker "World Family Tree"
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New York City Wills, 1754-1760
Search Terms: ARROWSMITH (1), THOMAS (280)
Results (1 combined matches)
Page 131.--In the name of God, Amen, March 10, 1752. I, PETER PERINE, of Richmond County, being in good health. "My wife Mary is to have that part of my real estate, as long as she lives, as the Law directs," and the use of the east room in my house, and the bed and furniture for the room, and
two cows, and fire wood, and the use of o125. I leave to my son Peter my silver hilted sword. To my son James o40. To my daughter Mary, wife of Thomas Arrowsmith, o50. To my daughter Margaret, wife of John Poillon, o50. These to be paid by my son Henry. To my daughter Sarah, wife of John See, o50. To my daughter Dinah, wife of Thomas Lee, o50, to be paid by my son Edward. I leave to my two youngest sons, Henry and Edward, all my real estate on Staten Island, having formerly disposed of my lands in
Middlesex County, East New Jersey, to my sons Peter and William. My son Henry is to have the east part of my farm with the buildings, and he is to pay to my son Edward o30 towards building and improvements. I leave to my son Henry a gun, and a horse and saddle. I leave to my son Edward my
long gun, and a horse and saddle. I leave to my three grand children, Nicholas, Ann, and Mary Britton, each o10. All the rest to my children, Peter, William, James, Mary Arrowsmith, Margaret Poillon, Sarah See, Dinah Lee, and the children of Daniel Perine. My executors are to sell personal estate at public venue, except my apparel, which I give to my sons Peter, William, and James. I make Thomas Arrowsmith, John Poillon, John Lee, of Somerset, and Henry Perine, executors.
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1/99 Sharon Inskip's notes - served in Civil War.
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Lived in St. Louis, MO
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Farmer of Anna precinct.
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1/99 Sharon's notes state "where does she fit in?"
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Notes from Gary Sacre "burial dates obtained from records kept by Mrs. Elmer Scholl and in the possession of her son Albert Scholl. According to these records, Thomas Sacre was 72 years old - this would place his death in 1890. However, this is inconsistent with Elizabeth's obituary which states he died 5 years before her.
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Note appears to say "carriage maker"
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Died at Presidio Military Hospital
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Died at Fayette Memorial Hospital
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Died at Fayette Memorial Hospital
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Resided in Fauquier County, VA. Information on children, taken from his
will of July 25, 1803
Will of Abraham Cox [as written]
Fauquier County VA Will Book 3, pg 419.
In the name of God Amen. I Abraham Cox of Fauquier County in the State of Virginia being weak in body but in his right mind and desirous to leave my Fortune which God has blessed me with in as much peace as may be, and that I may have nothing of this world to incumber my thoughts on Eternity; I do make this my last will and testament Revoking all former wills by me made, and first I resign my soul to God and my body to be interd.- as for my tempral Estate I give and Dispose as follows: xxxxxxx
I desire that all my just debts should be paid, Item I give to my Daughter Mary Winn and my Daughter in law Elizabeth Cox the upper part of my land to be devided from the lower part as follows begin at large box oak corner to the said Abraham Cox and John Birdwell and to run with a straight line to an oak in the lain between me and Mr. Seven French at the lower end of the apple orchard; I give to them dureing ther life at at their Death to be equally devided among there children; I also give to my daughter Winn two Negros that is Fany and Rachel I also give my Daughter in law two Negros that is Lucey and Nancy. I give to them dureing ther natural lives and at there Deaths to be Equally devided among there children. Itam I give to my son Zachariah an Ann Cox the other part of my land to be equally Devided between them at my wife's death I also give to my son Zachariah three Negros that is Dick and Simon
and Salley Itam I give to my Daughter Ann two Negros, Hannah and Garrard and which ever should die first Zachariah or Ann the Surviving one shall come in for the others part If they should have no lawful Heire; and if Boath of them should die without lawful Heire begotten of his or her body then it shall go to my Sons Thomas and William Cox and Mary Winns children. Itam I give to my wife Elizabeth Cox three Negros that is Mary and Jiney and Rose with the stock of every kind and Plantation Utentials and House furniture and that part of my land that I leve to Zah and Ann Cox I give to my wife as long as she lives and at her death, the land and house furniture to be devided between Zachariah and Ann Cox and all the
stock of every kind and plantation utentials and the three Negros with every thing in not bin disposed of to be devided between Zach and Ann and Elizabeth Cox and Mary Winn and William Cox. Item I appoint my wife Exectrix and my son Zachariah Cox and my grand son James Cox Executors of this my last will and testament this I Declare to be my last will and testament in witness thereof I have set my hand and seal this first Day of February one thousand Eight Hundred and three
Signed sealed and acknowledged in the presence of I desire that my son William Cox should have one of the three Negros that is Rose at my wifes Death.
Test James Cowles [unreadable] Joseph Dilley
Abraham X Cox
Recorded 25 July 1803
Land divided on 22 December 1804 and recorded 25 February 1805.