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Of Fauquier County, VA.
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Will of John Winn
Fauquier Co., VA
In the name of God Amen, I John Winn of the County of Fauquier do make this my last will and Testament, revoking all former wills and testaments, Item, I give and bequeathe unto my dear and beloved wife Mary Winn all my estate of every discription, (viz) one negro girl named Fanny and my stock of every kind, and my household and kitchen furniture for her to have and to hold, during her natural life, for the purpose of maintaining and educating my minor children.-
Item. At the decease of my wife Mary Winn, I give and bequeathe the said negro named Fanny unto my daughter Mary Cox Winn to her and her heirs forever.
Item, I give and bequeathe the residue of my estate which shall be remaining at the decease of my said wife to be equally divided among my children. John Smallwood Winn, Thomas Roby Winn, Zackry Cox Winn, John Noble Winn, Elizabeth Lombard, Sary Ann Winn, Hester Verlinda Winn, and my grand son Daniel Gillerson.
Lastly, I constitute and appoint my wife Mary Winn and my son Thomas Roby Winn to be the executors of this my last will and testament. In witness where of I have hereunto set my hand and seal this eighteenth day of August, eighteen hundred and one-
Signed and Acknowledged
in the presence of
Walter Oliver John Winn
Recorded 24 January 1803, Will Book 3, page 419.
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12/98 Genforum (Don Matson's notes) Buried in St. John's Lutheran Old Dutch) in Bean Blossom Township, Monroe County, Indiana.
His estate was in the Monroe County Probate Court from 1831 to 1835 with no wife mentioned. In NC George Heilman was associated with the Millers.
In June 2, 1815 he was living in Cabarrus County, NC where he purchased 66 acres on Waters of Big Cold Water Creek, Cabarrus County from Jacob Hileman living in Rowan County.
In January 25, 1819, living in Cabarrus County, NC sold land on waters of Coldwater Creek in Cabarrus county to Christian Holteman of Cabarrus County, NC.
In April1819, living in Cabarrus County, NC purchased land on the waters of Little Coldwater Creek from Jacob Hileman who was living in Rowan County, NC.
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I had last name of Wood in file......found first name of "Elizabeth" in S. Inskip file.
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12/98 Information obtained from GenForum "Don Matson's" notes states that
he might have been married 8//8/1811? Rowan County, NC to Peggy Beaver?
Not sure if it is this John Heilman or the John, son of Johannas "John"
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12/98 Genforum (Don Matson's notes) - not sure if Peggy is married to
this John or John, the son of George Heilman.
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Baptized 4-6-1794 at Organ Lutheran Church, Rowan County, NC - sponsor Nicholas Miller an wife
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Baptized October 16, 1796 at Organ Lutheran Church, Rowan County, NC - sponsor Mich Byler
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Baptized April 14, 1799 - sponsor George Hileman
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Question as to whether he is correct named husband
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12/98 Per Genforum (Don Matson's notes) Jacob is buried at St. John's Cemetery S. of Jonesboro, Illinois in Union County.
Sept 1805 purchased land in Cabarrus County, NC
January 1808 purchased land in Cabarrus County, NC
Dec 3, 1811 purchased land in Cabarrus county, NC from Nicholas Shuping - 54 acres on the south side of Dutch Second Creek, a branch of _____ Silver (as the State granted it to Peter Stirewalt Sr on October 25, 1786 who bequeathed it to his son Peter Jr. who let Shuping have). for $200.00. Witnessed by _____, John Barnhart and Philip Shive and proved by the last named august 1812 (Book 22, page 504 or 604)
January 18, 1814 appeared on Superior Court ury list for Cabarrus County.
March 28, 1814 Jacob Hileman, Sr. of Cabarrus County sold to Jacob Hileman, Jr. of Cabarrus County, NC 166 acres of land on the Waters of Great Cold Water Creek
June 2, 1815 living in Rowan county sold 66 acres on Waters of Big cold Water Creek, Cabarrus County to George Hileman living in Cabarrus County, NC.
July 18, 1816 appointed overseer of Salisburg Road from Murph's field to Rowan line working all hands worked by Henry Cline.
July 1816 On Superior Court Jury list.
April 1819 living in Rowan County sold land on the waters of Little Coldwater Creek to George Hileman who was living in Cabarrus County, NC
12/98 Note from GenForum (Sharon Inskip) Jacob was a native of Pennsylvania but his parents supposedly came from Germany prior to the Revolutionary War and settled in Pa. At age 23 Jacob married (1st) Eva Rumbold and produced 3 children, Jacob, John and George, then married (2nd) Christina Diehl. In 1819, Jacob Sr. emigrated from North Carolina to Union City, Illinois with all of his children except Jacob Jr. who remained in North Carolina.