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Will of William Willingham 25 Oct 1797 Columbia County, GA The Last Will and Testament of William Willingham Of Columbia County, Georgia In the name of God amen I William Willingham of the County of Columbia and State of Georgia being sick and weak of Body but of perfect mind and memory do make and appoint this my Last Will and Testament Imp. First of all I submit my body to the Earth and recommend my soul into the hands of almighty God who gave it Tuching my worldly Estate after my Body has a descent Christian Burial I dispose of the same in the following manner Imp. I lend unto my beloved wife Nancey Willingham my Estate both Real and Personal during her Natural life or widowhood to raise my Children on I gave unto every one of my Children as they come of age or marry Sixty Dollars in property except Elijah and Thomas who has already had their Sixty Dollars if it can conveniently be speared when they come of age if not I desire after my wifes death that each of them shall Receive their Sixty Dollars first I gave and bequeath unto all my Children after my wifes decease or marriage all the remainder of my Estate both Real and Personal Viz. Elijah, Thomas, Fanney, Elizabeth, Beaverly, George, John, William, Nancey, Caleph, Patcy, Judah and Isaac To be equally Divided among them all Lastly I appoint my wife Nancey Willingham Isaac Willingham and Eli Garnet my Executors to this my Last Will and Testament and do revoke and Disanul all Wills made heretofore by me - In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this 25th day of October 1797. In the presence of William Willingham William Jones John Eubank Georgia Columbia County Personally appeared Willaim Jones and John Eubank who being duly sworn made oath that they were personally present and saw the within Testator William Willingham deceased sign the within instrument of writing and acknowledged it to be and contain his last Will & Testament and that he was of sound mind and disposing memory to the last of their knowledge & belief and that they signed their names to the same as witnesses to the same at the request of the Testator and in his presence and in the presence of each other Sworn to before me William Jones the 11th day of Jany 1798 John Eubank Lewis Gardner R.P. Will book pages 71-72 -------------------------------------------------------------------------
Will of Zachariah Dixon, dated 3 Dec 1852 Hinds County

Deeds of Anson Co. Volume A PP. 71-72: 16 July 1751, Thomas HARRINGTON of Anson Co., planter, to Samuel HOUGH of same, planter, for L40 proc. on N side of Great Pee Dee above mouth of dry creek...Jacob COLLSONs line...320 A...granted to James BENTLEY 26 Nov 1746, and sold to sd. HARRINGTON 26 Apr 1748...Thomas HARRINGTON (T) (SEAL), Wit: Jos. TOOPS, John PHILLIPS, Chas. ROBINSON Junr. Deeds and Abstracts of N.C., Halifax Co. Deed Book 15, 1457-(487) Writ of Dower of Lurany Harrington, wife of Drewery Harrington dec'd. 29 Oct. 1785. Wit: Lunsford Long, Deputy Clerk. The Widow's third was 306 acres, joining Jacket Swamp, Peter Daniel, Thomas Arrington. (This Thomas ARRINGTON is Thomas Harrington). Nov Ct. 1785 Deed Book 18: 547-(445) William C. Hill of Halifax Co. to John Branch of same. 18 Apr 1799. 30 pounds, 60 acres which 1/8 of 183 2/3 acres, the other 7/8 now held by sd John Branch & the widow LARANY HARRINGTON, on both sides of Jacket Swamp, sd tract having been owned by DRURY HARRINGTON dec'd. Wm. C. Hill. May Ct 1799. ( Above contributed by Jo Storie ) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- NC WILLS Page 8 Anson Co. Will Date:1796 Will of :Charles Harrington Wife :Becca (Wife) Sons :Charles, Sukey, John, William & Whitmel; Married Daughters:Nancy Carroll, Mary Stegall, Nell Hudson Contributed by Sherry Herrington on 10-18-97 HarrGene Mail List ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Message by Kenneth H. Harrington on 22 Oct 1997 HarrGene Mail List Charles who married Becca was in the 1790 North Carolina census. He died in 1796. Charles who married Agnes Hill was wounded in the Battle of Alamance in May 1771 and briefly drew a pension from the Royalist government. He died of his wounds a short time later in 1772. The son's name "Whitmel" is a definite indication that they are descendants of Thomas and Mary or Sarah Whitmel. Both Charles-es had a son named Whitmel. But exactly how Charles who married Becca fits -- we don't know for sure. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
LUNENBURG COUNTY, VIRGINIA - WILL BOOK 1 The Last Will and Testament of John Willingham of Lunenburg Co., Virginia In the Name of God Amen I John Willingham of the County of Lunenburg and parish of Cumberland being sick and weak and only considering the uncertainty of human life do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament. First and principally I commit my Soul into the hands of my blessed Maker trusting in his Mercies and in the Mercies of my dear Redeemer for the Remission of all my sins desiring my Body may be decently enter'd at the discretion of my Executrix hereinafter Named and as to my Estate that it has pleased God to bless my withall after all my just Debts are puntually paid I Give and Dispose of it in the following manner Item I Give and Bequeath to my son Thomas one shilling Sterling Item I Give and Bequeath to my son John one shilling Sterling Item I Give and Bequeath to my Daughter Christian my Negro Boy Peter ( I having already given them two Sons what I desired for them) Item I Give and Bequeath to my Son Gerrald my Negro Boy Jamey, one feather Bed and furniture two cows and calves two sows and pigs, one Mare and Colt and the land and plantation whereon I now live and also Ninety acres of land joining the foresaid plantation to him and his heirs and Assigns forever Desiring my beloved wife Mary have possession of the said land during her Widowhood or Life And as to the residue and remainder of my Estate be it of what Nature soever it will I lend it to my beloved Wife during her Widowhood or Life and then do Give and Bequeath it to be Equally divided between my two Daughters Viz. Amey and Betty unless my beloved Wife should think fit to give any part of it to them before her Marriage or Decease and then the other to have the same in proportion and I do Appoint and Ordain my beloved Wife Mary my whole and Sole Executrix of this my last Will and Testament making void and Nul all other Wills by me made heretofore and do acknowledge this only to be my last Will and Testament In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and Seal this 2d Day of February 1750 ( one Mare and Colt interlined before assigned Signed and Sealed in presence of John (X) Willingham, LS. Geo. Walton, Tath. DeGraffenderidt George Marsin At a court held for Lunenburg County the first day of October 1751. The within written last Will and Testament of John Willingham - deceased was exhibited in Court by Mary Willingham Executrix therein appointed and the same was proved by the Oath of George Walton and Tasharner DeGrafenreidt Two of the witnesses thereto and Ordered to be Recorded and the said Executrix having made Oath thereto according to laws and with John Willingham and Thomas Willingham her Sureties entered into Bond and Acknowledged the same certificate was granted her for obtaining a probate of the said Will in one form Test Clem F. Read, CLC Lunenburg Co. VA., Will book 1, pages 38-39

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