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ALBERTSON, ALBERT, SR.
February 10, 1701. April 14, 1702. Sons: PETER, NATHANIEL, ALBERT and EASAW. Wife not named. Executors: PETER and NATHANIEL ALBERTSON (sons). Witnesses: JOHN FALCONER, NATHANIEL NICKOLSON, JOSEPH SUTON. Clerk of the Court: JOHN STEPNEY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 3)

ALBERTSON, JOSHUA
August 5, 1753. October Court, 1753. Son: FRANCIS (plantation). Daughters: ELIZABETH, MARY and PENELOPY ALBERTSON. Wife and Executrix: MARY. Executors: AARON and WILLIAM ALBERTSON (brothers). Witnesses: PHINEUS NIXON, NATHANIEL ALBERTSON, JOHN ANDERSON. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 3)

ALBEBTSON, MARY
Will not dated. Probated January 10, 1720-1721. Son: ALBERT. Grandchildren: MARY, JOHN and ELISABETH ALBERTSON. Executor: ALBERT ALBERTSON (son). Witnesses: THOMAS STAFFORD, ALBERT ALBERTSON, JR. Clerk of the Court: RICHARD LEARY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 3)

ALBERTSON-, NATHANIEL
December 4, 1751. January Court, 1752. Sons: JOSHUA (land on Long Branch and Creek Swamp), WILLIAM ("my manner plantation"), AARON. Grandsons: BENJAMIN and CHALKLEY ALBERTSON. Daughters: HANNAH ALBERTSON, ELIZABETH NEWBY, LYDDA TRUEBLOOD. Negroes bequeathed to sons. Three sons appointed executors. Witnesses: JOSHUA PERISHO, JAMES HENBE, MARY MORRIS. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 3)

AMBLER, WILLIAM
April 27, 1745. July Court, 1745. Friends: JOHN STEVENSON, WILLIAM STEVENSON (land on Perquimans River), ZACHARIAH NIXON, ELIZABETH PHELPS, HENRY PHELPS, JONATHAN PHELPS, JOHN BARCLIFT of Wearneck, ELIZABETH WILLIAMS, BENJAMIN BAPTIST, JOHN READ, ELIZABETH REED, JOSEPH SUTTON. Executor: JOHN STEVENSON. Witnesses: SAM SCOLLAY, WILLIAM HAROLD, FRANCIS LAYDEN. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 6 & 7)

ANDERSON, ELISABETH
May 25, 1757. January Court, 1760. Sons: JOHN and SAMUEL, Daughter: ABIGAIL CHARLES. Granddaughters: ELIZABETH and SARAH HENBE. Grandsons: WILLIAM ARNOLD and JOSHUA ALBERTSON. Executors: WILLIAM ARNOLD, JOHN ANDERSON and WILLIAM ALBERTSON. Witnesses: JOHN BOSWELL, JOSEPH BOSWELL, SARAH ANDERSON. Clerk of the Court: MILES HARVEY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 7)

ANDERSON, JAMES
February 6, 1741-1742. December 14, 1742. Sons: JAMES and JOHN. Executor: RICHARD SKINNER. Witnesses: THOMAS JESSOP and THOMAS BATEMAN. Proven before W. SMITH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 7)

ANDERSON, JOHN
January 27, 1744-1745. March 5, 1745. Executors: CHRISTOPHER SUTTON and ABRAHAM MULLEN. Other legatee: JANE MULLEN. Witnesses: GEORGE WOOD, ELENDER MULLEN. Proven before GAB JOHNSTON.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 8)

ANDERSON, JOSEPH
September 23, 1751. October Court, 1751. Daughter: ELIZABETH (land on Moses Creek, and two negroes). Executor: ZACHARIAH NIXON. Witnesses: JAMES and SILVANUS HENBE, SAMUEL ANDERSON. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 8)

ARNOLD, JOHN
March 21, 1723. July 14, 1724. Sons: JOHN, LAWRENCE, WILLIAM and JOSEPH. Daughter: ELIZABETH ARNOLD. Wife and Executrix: MARY. Witnesses: WILLIAM HAN, JAMES JONES, ABRAHAM REIGS, JOHN REIGS. Clerk of the Court: RICHD LEARY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 10)

ARNOLD, JOHN
April 11, 1735. July 21, 1735. Son: JOHN. Wife and Executrix: ELIZABETH (land at Deep Creek). Executor: SAMUEL PARSONS. Witnesses: JAMES GIBSON, WILLIAM ARNELL. Clerk of the Court: JAMES CRAVEN. Crest on seal.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 10)

ARNOLD, JOSEPH
November 30, 1751. April Court, 1752. Daughter: MARY. Executors: WILLIAM and LAWRENCE ARNOLD (brothers). Witnesses: JAMES GIBSON and WILLIAM BATEMAN. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 10)

BALLARD, ABRAHAM
November 9, 1753. April Court, 1754. Sons: JETHRO ("plantation whereon I now live"), KEADAH. Daughters: APSILLA BALLARD, BATHSHEBA BALLARD. Wife: ELIZABETH. Executors: ELIZABETH (wife) and JOHN SUMNER. Witnesses: SARAH NORFLEET, PHILLISIA NORFLEET, JOHN SUMNER. Clerk of the Court: WILLIAM SKINNER.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 16)

BARCLIFT, JOHN
April 23, 1759. July Court, 1759. Wife: ELIZABETH BARCLIFT. Sons: ASA BARCLIFT, DEMSON BARCLIFT, BENJAMIN BARCLIFT, JOHN BARCLIFT, NOAH BARCLIFT. Daughters: MARY BARCLIFT, ELIZA SANDERSON. Executors: SAMUEL SUTTON and THOMAS STEVENSON. Witnesses: JAMES GIBSON, SAMUEL BARCLIFT, MATHIAS JOHNSON. Clerk of Court: MILES HARVEY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 17)

BARCLIFT, JOSHUA
November 29, 1755. January Court, 1756. Sons: WILLIAM ("plantation whereon I now live"), JAMES, BLAKE. Daughters: MIRIAM BARCLIFT, ANN BARCLIFT. Wife: MARY. Executors: JOHN BARCLIFT (cousin), JOSEPH ROBINSON, WILLIAM TRUMBALL (nephew). Witnesses: JAMES GIBSON, TULLE WILLIAMS, GEORGE LEE. Clerk of the Court: MILES HARVEY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 17)

BARCLIFT, THOMAS
November 14, 1750. January Court, 1750. Sons: WILLIAM, THOMAS and JOSEPH. Daughters: SARAH BIDGOOD, ELIZABETH WRIGHT, MARY JACKSON, ANNE GORDEN. Wife and Executrix: ELIZABETH. Witnesses: JAMES GIBSON, JOHN BARCLIFT. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 17)

BARCLIFT, WILLIAM
July 25, 1733. December 19, 1733. Son: WILLIAM. Wife: SARAH. Executors: SARAH BARCLIFT (wife) and JOSHUA WHITE. Witnesses: JOHN ARNELL, NEHEMIAH WHITE. Clerk of the Court: ISAAC PALMER.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 18)

BARCLIFT, WILLIAM
March 22, 1747-1748. January Court, 1748. Sons: JOSHUA ("use and occupation of my mannor plantation for two years"), SAMUEL, JOSEPH, THOMAS, JOHN. Daughter: MARY GIBSON. Grandson: WILLIAM BARCLIFT (son of Joshua). Executors: JOHN BARCLIFT (cousin), EDMUND HATCH. Witnesses: JOHN NICKOLS, JOHN BARCLIFT, EDMUND HATCH. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH. Courthouse at Phelps Point.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 18)

BARROW, JOHN, SR.
March 1, 1718. August, 1718. Sons: JOHN and JOSEPH ("my manner plantation"), JAMES (300 acres land). Friend: JOHN MIDDLETON. Executors: JAMES and JOSEPH BARROW. Witness: FRANCIS SMITH. Will proven before CHARLES EDEN, Governor and Ordinary.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 20)

BARROW, JOHN
June 11, 1718. August 12, 1719. Son: JOHN ("all my lands"). Daughters: SARAH, REBECCA, ELISABETH, MARGARET. Wife: RACHELL. Executors: JOSEPH BARROW (brother) and RACHELL BARROW (wife). Witnesses: FRANCES SMITH, JAMES BARROW, JOHN WILLIAMS, JOHN LENDION. Clerk of the Court: RICHARD LEARY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 20)

BARROW, JOHN
February 17, 1742. March 5, 1742. Sisters: SARAH ASHLEY, MARGARET BARROW. Cousins: JOHN ASHLEY, JOSEPH ASHLEY. Executors: ZACHARIAH NIXON, FRANCIS ETOMS (_). Witnesses: JAMES SKINNER and JOSEPH BARROW, JR. (Quakers), WILLIAM JONES. Proven before W. SMITH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 20)

BARROW, JOSEPH
March 17, 1754. January Court, 1755. Sons: JOHN ("lower part of my manner plantation"), WILLIAM (300 acres land). Daughters: ELIZABETH BUNDAY, ANN and ORPAH BARROW. Grandson: WILLIAM BARROW. Wife: SARRAH. Witnesses: THOMAS PEIRCE, JOHN SWAIN, JOSHUA LANG. Executors: JOSIAH BUNDAY, JOHN BARROW, WILLIAM BARROW (sons), ANN BARROW and ORPAH BARROW (daughters). Clerk of the Court: RICHARD CLAYTON.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 20)

BARROW, JOSEPH, JR
February 14, 1753. April Court, 1753. Wife: SARAH BARROW. Son: WILLIAM BARROW. Executrix: SARAH BARROW. Witnesses: JOSEPH WHITE, MARY SHERWOOD. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 21)

BARROW, REBEKAH
January 13, 1721. October 23, 1722. Sister, Executrix and sole devisee and legatee: SARAH BARROW. Witnesses: WILLIAM DAVIS, JACOB BUTLER and CHRISTOPHER BUTLER. Will proven before C. GALE, Chief Justice.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 21)

BASTABLE, WILLIAM
March 9, 1727-1728. Wife: HANNAH. Daughter: HANNAH BASTABLE. Other legatees: MARY and ANN SCETTISON (daughters of JAMES SCETTISON), RACKES WHITE. Executors: SAMUEL PHELPS and ROBERT WILLSON. Witnesses: JONATHAN SHEARWOOD, JOHN HARRES, BENJAMIN SANDERS. Clerk of the Court: CHARLES DENMAN.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 23)

BATEMAN, JOHN
February 4, 1747-1748. July Court, 1750. Nephew: THOMAS BATEMAN ("plantation whe/eon I now live," also plantation called "Broad Neck"). Brother: THOMAS BATEMAN (father of nephew THOMAS), MARY HAWKINS (daughter of nephew JOHN HAWKINS), ELIZABETH PHELPS (daughter of brother JONATHAN BATEMAN), MARY PHELPS (daughter of brother THOMAS), WILLIAM BATEMAN (son of brother THOMAS), SARAH BUTTERRE (daughter of brother JONATHAN). Executors: THOMAS BATEMAN (brother), WILLIAM BATEMAN (nephew). Witnesses: SAMUEL SWANN, FRANCIS LAYDEN, CATHERINE DAVIS. Deputy Clerk of Court: BENJ. SCARBOROUGH, for EDMUND HATCH, Clerk, Coat of arms on seal.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 23 & 24)

BELLMAN, JOHN
July 10, 1740. October, 1740. Wife: MARY. Daughter: SARAH BELLMAN. Executors: MARY BELLMAN (wife). ROBERT WILLSON, JAMES SITTERSUN, ZACK ELSON. Clerk of the Court: JAMES CRAVEN.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 27)

BENTLEY, JOHN
October 15, 1695. November, 1695. Brother: RICHARD BENTLEY. Cousin: ELIZABETH LEARY. Wife: ANN. JOHN and ROGER WILLIAMS (sons of brother-in-law, JENKINS WILLIAMS). Brother-in-law: WILLIAM BARROW. Friend: JONATHAN ASHFORD. Executors: ANN BENTLEY (wife) and WILLIAM BARROW (brother-in-law). Witnesses: JOHN BARROW, ELIZABETH GARDINER, GEORGE BARROW. Clerk of Court: W. GLOVER.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 29)

BLICHENDEN, THOMAS
April 12, 1744. July Court, 1745. Sons: JOHN (plantation on Sound .Side), WILLIAM ("plantation whereon I now live"), ABRAHAM. Daughter: SARAH. Wife: MARY. Executors: MARY BLICHENDEN (wife), ABRAHAM and WILLIAM BLICHENDEN (sons). Witnesses: MAC. SCARBOROUGH, NATH'L CARRUTHERS, ZACH. CHANCEY. Clerk of Court: EDMUND HATCH. Courthouse on Phelps Point. Coat of arms on seal.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 34)

BOGE (or BOOUE) , JOSIAH
March 1, 1752. July Court. 1752. Sons: JESSE, JOSEPH, JOBE ("all my lands"). Daughters: MARY BOGE, MIRIAM BOGE, LIDY BOGE. Wife: DEBORAH. Executors: DEBORAH BOOK (wife), JOHN MOOR, TRUMAN MOOR. Witnesses: JOSHUA PARISHE, JOSHUA HASKET, THOMAS HOLLOWELL. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 36)

BOGE, WILLIAM
December 20, 1720. April 11. 1721. Sons: WILLIAM and JOSIAH ("my manner plantation"). Daughters: ELIZABETH HILL. JEAN BOGE. MYRIAM BOGE. RACHEL BOGE. Wife: ELLENDER. Grandson: WILLIAM HILL. Executors: WILLIAM BOCK (son). JACOB HILL (son-in-law). Witnesses: BENJAMIN MUNDY, JOHN MOOR. Clerk of the Court: RICH'D LEABY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 37)

BOGUE, WILLIAM
June 29, 1744. October Court, 1745. ("On the North East side of Perquimans River"). Wife and Executrix: SARAH. Sons: WILLIAM BOGUE (100 acres land on the East side Sutens Creek"), JAK BOGUE. Witnesses: JOHN MORE, THOMAS EAGLEY. Clerk of Court: EDMUND HATCH. Courthouse on Phelps Point.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 37)

BOND, SAMUEL
October 12, 1721. March 26, 1723. Sons: SAMUELL (land on Perquimans River), LUKE (land on Perquimans River). Daughters: MARY, SUSANA, ELIZEBETH BOND, JANE BOND. Friends: JOSEPH SMITH, TIMOTHY CLKARE, JOS. JESSOP. Executor: SAMUELL BOND (son). Witnesses: JAMES SMITH, SUSANA SMITH, JOSEPH JESSOP. Will proven before C. GALE, Chief Justice.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 38)

BOOZMAN, RALPH
January 1, 1744-1745. January Court, 1750. Sister: MARY BULLOCK. Executors: JOSEPH BULLOCK and THOMAS BULLOCK. Niece: SARAH BULLOCK (daughter of MARY BULLOCK). Witnesses: JOSHUA HOBART, JAMES LITTLETON, JR., HANNAH LITTLETON. Clerk of the Court : EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 40)

BOSWELL, GEORGE
December 30, 1741. January 7, 1741. Sons: GEORGE ("my dwelling plantation"), ISAC. Daughter: EZIBELL. Sister-in-law: HANNAH MORGIN. Executors: THOMAS HALLOWELL, CHARLES OVERMAN, HANNAH MORGIN. Witnesses: THOMAS NICHOLSON, JOHN BOSWELL, JOSIAH BUNDY. Will proven before J. MONTGOMERY, C. J.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 40)

BOSWELL, WILLIAM
February 1, 1734-1735. February 17, 1734. Sons: THOMAS (land at the head of Little River), JOHN (one-half of plantation "that I now dwell on"), ICHABOD ("remainder part of said tract"). Daughter: MARY BOSWELL. Executors: THOMAS OVERMAN and THOMAS NICHOLSON. Witnesses: JOHN BOSWELL, GEORGE BOSWELL, WM. BUNDY. Codicil: Places children in hands of executors to be brought up. Will and codicil proven before GAB. JOHNSTON, Governor, at Edenton.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 40)

BOUND, RICHARD
November 22, 1720. July 11, 1721. Sons: EDWARD (200 acres of land), SAMUELL (200 acres of land). Daughters: ELIZABETH, HORNER, ABIGALL. Wife: ABIGALL. Executors: ABIGALL BOUND (wife) and JAMES MINOE. Witnesses: HANAH BURROES, ELIZABETH PHETTS. Clerk of the Court: RICH'D LEARY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 41)

BOYCE, ISAAC
January 15, 1750. July Court, 1751. Uncles: NICHOLAS and ELIAS STALLINGS. Sons: JOB, JOSEPH and BENJAMIN. Wife: JUDE. Executors: JOS. NICHOLAS and ELIAS STALLINGS. Witnesses: ABRAHAM SANDERS, WHITE, ELIZABETH SANDERS. Clerk of Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 41)

BOYCE, JOHN
February 12, 1748. July Court, 1749. Sons; ISAAC, JOHN, MOSES. Daughters: JEAN, ELIZABETH. RACHEL. Grandson: JOB BOYCE. Wife: .SUSANNAH BOYCE. Executors: SUSANNAH BOYCE (wife) and ISAAC BOYCS (son). Witnesses: NICHOLAS STALIJNGS, WILLIAM EASON, HENRY STALLINGS. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 42)

BOYCE, WILLIAM
June 11, 1703. October 12, 1703. Mother: MARY (of Yarmouth, England). Friends: MR. JULIAN LAKERS, MR. ROBERT BRADLEY (Prince George Co., Man-land). Gold rings to following parties: COLL. WM. WILKINSON, his wife, MBS. JULIANA LAKERS, JAMES STODDART (Prince George Co., Maryland), his wife, JNO. COBB, PETER GODFREY. Executrix: JOANNA KESLER. Witnesses: DAVID HARRIS, ELIZ. STUART, P. GODFREY. Clerk of the Court: THOS. SNODEN. Coat of arms on seal.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 42)

BUNDY, DAVID
January 22, 1749. April Court, 1750. Brothers: JEREMIAH, MOSES and CALEB BUNDY. Uncle: JOSIAH BUNDY. Executor: JOSIAH BUNDY. Witnesses: RICHARD SKINNER and GRAHAM SANDERS. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 55)

BUNDY, WILLIAM
December 12, 1749. January Court, 1749. Daughter: SARAH BARKOW ("plantation whereon I now live"). Wife: MARY BUNDY. Executor: JOSEPH BARROW (son-in-law). Witnesses: THOMAS OVERMAN, CHARLES OVERMAN, PETER MUNDEN. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH. Codicil to this will.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 55& 56)

BURKETT, JORN
February 4, 1728-1729. March 7, 1728. Sons: JOHN, JOSEPH. Executor: JOSEPH BURKETT (son). Witnesses: CHARLES DENMAN, JOSIAH GILBERT, JANE ALMES. Will proven before RICH'D EVERARD.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 56)

CALLAWAY, JOSHUA
February 23, 1741. July Court, 1742. Sons: THOMAS ("plantation whereon he now lives"), JOHN, CALEB. Daughter: ELIZABETH HARMAN. Granddaughter: ELIZABETH CALLAWAY (daughter of CALEB). Wife and Executrix: ELIZABETH. Executor: JOHN CALLAWAY (son). Witnesses: WILLIAM WYATT, THOMAS LONG. JOHN STEPNEY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 60)

CARRUTHERS, JOHN
February 2, 1751-1752. April Court, 1752. Wife and Executrix: ELIZABETH ("plantation whereon I now dwell lying on Yopim"). Brothers: JAMES and JACOB (tract of land on Deadman's Swamp), NATHANIEL and ROBERT (land up Roanoke). Executor: JOHN WILKINS. Witnesses: J. HALSEY, DEBROH WILKINS, JAMES BRINKLEY. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 63)

CARRUTHERS, NATHANIEL
June 22, 1745. January Court, 1750. Sons: JAMES, JACOB and JOHN. Executors: JAMES and JOHN CARRUTHERS (sons). Witnesses: JOHN STEPNEY, JOHN RONSHAM, JACOB CARRUTHERS. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH. Justice of the Peace: PETER PAYNE.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 63)

CHARLES, HANNAH
October 1, 1750. July Court, 1752. Son: EDWARD MOUDLIN. Daughters: ELISABETH WHITE, SARAH PERRY, ANN COX. Grandsons: JOHN MOUDLIN and JOHN COX. Granddaughters: MARY MOUDLIN (daughter of JOHN MOUDLIN). Son-in-law: ROBERT COX. Executors: JOHN MOUDLIN (grandson), ROBERT COX (son-in-law). Witnesses: JACOB MARGIN, HANNAH MOUDLIN, DAVENPORT GOODING. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 70)

CHARLES, JEANE
July 11, 1688. Aunt: MARIE STEPNEY. Other legatees: JOHN STEPNEY, brother and sister (not named), father (not named). Executors: CRISTIFER NISBRALE, FRANCES TOMES. Witnesses: THOMAS STEELL, JOHN STEELL, JOHN HARLEE. No probate. Coat of arms on seal.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 70)

CHARLES, SAMUEL
March 12, 1727-1728. Sons: SAMUEL ("plantation whereon I now live), JOHN (tract of land on gum swamp and Bull Branch), JOSUAY (tract of land on gum Swamp). Daughters: LIDEY CHARLES, SARAH CHARLES, HANNAUGH. Granddaughter: ELIZABETH OAVERMAN. Executors: SAMUELL and JOHN CHARLES (sons). Witnesses: JOHN KEATTEN, NATHANIEL ALBURT, EDWARD MOUDLIN. Clerk of the Court: CHARLES DENMAN.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 70)

CHEASTEN, RICHARD
October 22, 1715. November 22, 1715. Wife: ANNE. Son: RICHARD ("all my real estate"). Grandson: DANIELL LAYTON. Executors: JOSEPH JESSOP, RICHARD CHEASTEN (son). Witnesses: ANTHONY HASKIT, TABITHA HASKIT, ANNE HASKIT. Secretary to the Governor: J. KNIGHT.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 70)

CHESSON, ANNE
January 3, 1727. January 17, 1727. Sons: JOHN, JAMES and JOSHUA. Sister: ESBELL GARRET. Executors: DANIEL and WILLIAM GARRETT (brothers). Witnesses: JOSEPH GATES, JEAN AMES. Will proven before RICH'D EVERARD.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 71)

CHESSON, JAMES
May 19, 1729. Sons: JOHN ("all my right of land lying in the crik fork in jowan), JAMES ( Land "where I 'now dwell"). Wife and Executrix: ANN. Executor: WILLIAM EGERTON. Witnesses: JEREMIAH PRATT, WILLIAM EGARTON, JOB. PRATT. Will proven before RICH'D EVERARD, Governor.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 71)

CLABE, HANNAH
August 26, 1726. Daughters: HESTER WINSLOW, HANNAH BUNDY (husband BENJAMIN). Granddaughter: MARY JONES. Grandson: WILLIAM JONES. Son-in-law and Executor: BENJAMIN BUNDY. Witnesses: JOHN BUNDY, ELIZA BUNDY, JOHN SIMONS. Clerk of the Court: THOS. WEEKES.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 72)

CLARK, JOHN
September 3, 1716. November 14, 1717. Sons: JOHN and THOMAS (estate divided between them). Wife: ANN. Other legatees: SIMON and THOMAS TROMBELL, SARAH TROMBELL, ELIZABETH TROMBELL. No Executor named. Witnesses: RICHARD SANDERSON, JOHN GRAY, SIMON TRUMBELL. Will proven before CHARLES EDEN.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 73)

CLAYTON, ELIZABETH
January 13, 1737-1738. February 2, 1737. Daughter: MARY CLAYTON. Executors: JOHN STEVENSON, JOHN BARCLIFT. Witnesses: CHRISTIAN REED, BENJAMIN BAPTISTE, MARY DURANT. Will proven before W. SMITH, C. J
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 73)

CLEARE, TIMOTHY
November 10, 1724. November 17, 1724. Daughters: MARY MAYO, ELIZABETH WINSLOWE, JANE JESSOP, SARAH WHITE, HANNAH CLEARE, HEPZIBAH BERRY. Sons-in-law: THOS. WINSLOW (his sons, TIMOTHY and JESSE), THOMAS JESSOP. Grandson: JOHN ROBINSON. Wife: HANNAH. Executors: THOS. WINSLOW and THOS. JESSOP (sons-in-law). Witnesses: THOMAS BAGLEY, SMITH COLLA, J. JESSOP. Clerk of the Court: E. MOSELEY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 74)

COFFINE, MARY
June 17, 1707. July 8, 1707. Deceased husband: JOHN THURSTON. Daughter: HANNAH THURSTON. Granddaughter: SARAH ROSE. Executor: EDMOND MODLIN. Witnesses: GILBERT SMITH, DERBY BRAYEN. Clerk of the Court: THOS. SNODEN.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 75)

COGWELL, HENRY
February 26, 1716. October 3, 1719. Daughters: BETTIE COGWELL (“land whereon I now live"), SARAH COGWELL (75 acres of land in Chowan precinct). Wife and Executrix: MARY. Executor: PETER JAMES. Witnesses: JOHN JONSON, WM. EGERTON, JAMES WILSON. Clerk of the Court: RICH'D LEARY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 75)

COLES, JAMES
February 20, 1711. Daughter: ELIZABETH COLES (tract of land in Nansemond County, Va., "whereon my father James Coles lived"; tracts of land at Somertowne and Buckland). Wife and Executrix: MARY. Witnesses: RICH FRENCH, ELIZ. FRENCH, SARAH EVENS. Clerk of the Court: HENRY CLAYYON. Coat of arms on seal.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 76)

COLLINS, JAMES
April 15, 1730. May 19, 1730. Sons: WILLIAM, THOMAS. Daughter: ALIE COLLINS. Wife and Executrix: LUIEE. Executor: WILLIAM COLLINS (son). Friend: JOSEPH JESSOP. Witnesses: THOS. LILLEY, SARAH LILLEY. Will proven before RICH'D EVERARD, Governor.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 77)

CRESSY, LEVI
October 21, 1734. October 28, 1734. Sons: JOHN, JOSEPH. Daughter: ELIZABETH CRESSY. Executors: JOHN CRESSY (son) and ZACHARIAH CHANEY. Witnesses: NANN JONES, JOHN MOORE, ZACHARIAH CHANEY. Will proven before GEO. BURRINGTON.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 87)

DAVIS, THOMAS
December 14, 1745. April Court, 1746. Son and Executor: MOSES ("plantation whereon I now live"). Daughters: ELIZABETH DAVIS, SARAH BOND. Wife and Executrix: ELIZABETH. Witnesses: WILLIAM EASON, THOMAS EASON, ISAAC SPEIGHT. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 95)


DISCORAH, THOMAS
January 11, 1726-1727. February 2, 1726-1727. Legatees: SAMUEL PHELPS, SARAH SHEARWOOD, MARY SHBARWOOD, JAMES SITERSON (Executor). Witnesses: RALPH BOOSMAN, R. WILSON. Will proven before RICH'D EVERARD.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 100)

DIJRANT, THOMAS
May 8, 1728. April 15, 1734. Sons: ABRAHAM JETNETT and AARON MOSES DURANT. Friend: JOSHUA DICKS. Witnesses: ZEB CLAYTON, JOHN MITCHELL, PELEG ROGERS. Justice of the Peace: SAMUEL SWANN. Clerk of the Court: CHARLES DENMAN.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 106)

EASON, WILLIAM
January 20, 1718-1719. July 14, 1719. Sons: WILLIAM (land on South side of Cypress Swamp), THOMAS, GEORGE ("plantation whereon I now live"). Daughters: MARY, SUSANNA, RACHEL and JANE EASON. Wife and Executrix: MARY. Witnesses: THOMAS DAVIS, ELISEBETH DAVIS, THO. SPEIGHT. Clerk of the Court: RICHD. LEARY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 107)

EGERTON (spelled EGGERTON), JAMES
September 11, 1749. January Court, 1750. Sons: JAMES (plantation in Chowan County), WILLIAM (plantation on Mill Swamp). Daughters: ANN and MARY EGERTON. Wife and Executrix: SARAH. Executors: JOHN HALCEY, JOHN WILKINS. Witnesses: THOMAS CALLOWAY, WILLIAM HALL, RICHARD CLEMENS. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 111)

ELLIOTT, MOSES
February 22, 1756. January Court, 1756. Sons: JOSEPH. MOSES, BENJAMIN. Daughter: MARGRET ELLIOT. Wife and Executrix: JUDAH. Witnesses: ABRAHAM HASKIT, SAMUEL BAGLEY. Clerk of the Court: MILES HARVY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 112)

ELLIOT, THOMAS
April 2, 1720. December 16, 1729. Sons: CALEB ("plantation on which I now dwell"), JOSHUA (200 acres of land), ISAAC ("remaining part of ye tract"), WILLIAM (1 shilling), THOMAS, ABRAHAM, SOLOMON, MOSES, JOSEPH and BENJAMIN. Daughters: MARY BROWN, URSELY. Wife and Executrix: MARGARET. Witnesses: SARAH WARNER, WILLIAM , R. WILSON. Will proven before RICH'D EVERARD.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 112)

ELTON, ZACHARIAH
October 5, 1752. October Court, 1752. Devisees and Legatees: JONATHAN PHELPS, SEN., JOSEPH WHITE, MARY BARKER, WILLIAM LAMB. Executors: JONATHAN PHELPS, JOSEPH WHITE. Witnesses: WILLIAM TOWNSEN, THOMAS MARTIN. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 113)

EVANS, MARY
April 8, 1720. March 7, 1723. Son: WILLIAM. Executors: FRANCIS PENRINE, DARBY BRYAN. Witnesses: JOHN DICK, HARRIS WILLOUGHBY, FRANCIS LAYDAIN. Will proven before GBO. BURRINGTON. Governor.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 115)

EVANS, ROBERT
March 20, 1754. January Court, 1758. Sons: JOHN, ROBERT {Executor). Daughters: SARAH GRIFFIN, ELISABETH EVANS, MARY EVANS. Grandchildren: DEMSEY, ARON, ROBERT and HULDAH BLANSHARD. Witnesses: WILLIAM KELLY, NATHAN CULLENS, DAVENPORT GOODING. Clerk of the Court: MILES HARVEY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 116)

FEILDS, JAMES
February 15, 1750-1751. April Court, 1751. Sons and Executors: RUBIN, MOSES. Daughters: ANN FEILDS, ZEBIAH FEILDS. Son-in-law: JAMF.S PRICE (Executor). Witnesses: NICHOLAS STALLINGS, ELIAS STALLINGS, MOSES ROUNTREE. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 118)

FELTS, HUMPHREY
1726. July, 1726. Son: JOHN. Daughter: ELISABETH. Executor: WILLIAM LONG. Witnesses: EDWD. STANDIN, JOSHUA LONG, SAMUEL WIATT. Clerk of the Court: RICH'D LEARY. Court held at the house of ROBERT MOORE.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 119)

FENDALL, ROBERT
November 30. 1711. January, 1711-1712. Daughter: ELIZABETH LILLINGTON. Other devisees and legatees: ISAAC WILLSON (land on Kendricks Creek known as Hawkinses Neck), RICHARD LOWRY. Executor: THOMAS LONG. Witnesses: JOHN WIAT, JOHN LONG, THOMAS WYATT. Will proven in Council: N. CHEVIN, Clerk,
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 119)

FLEMING, ROSANNA
May 20, 1758. October Court, 1758. Son: 3AMES (Executor). Daughters: SARAH SCRIMSHER, MARTHA FLEMING, ELIZABETH FLEMING, MARY FLEMING. Witnesses: ZACHARIAH WEBB, SENR., JAMES GIBSON, ZACHARIAH WEBB, JUNR. Clerk of the Court: M. HARVEY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 122)

FLETCHER, RALPH
February 20, 1726-1727. January 21, 1728. Sons: RALPH ("my manner house & plantation"), GEORGE ("my lower house and plantation"), JAMES, JOSUA. Daughters: JANE and ELIZABETH FLETCHER. Executors: RICHARD SKINNER and RICHARD CHEASTEN. Witnesses: ELIZABETH FRENCH, SARAH SKINNER, THOMAS RATTLIFF. Clerk of the Court: THOMAS CREW.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 122)

FLETCHER, RALPH
April 5, 1752. July Court, 1752. Sons: RALPH ("the manner plantation"), JOSHUA. Daughters: JANE, MIRIAM and RUTH FLETCHER, MARY RATTLIFF. Wife: MARY. Executors: JOSEPH RATLIFF (son-in-law). Witnesses: FRANCIS TOMS, FRANCIS NEWBY, WILLIAM LASEY. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 122)

FOSTER, HANNAH
June 27, 1727. July Court, 1728. Grandson: SAMUEL RIT. Granddaughter: COMFORT RIT. Daughter-in-law: JEMINAH RIT. Executors: THOMAS A WEEDY. GEORGE GORDIN. Witnesses: THOS. and JEMINAH WHIT. Clerk of the Court: R. EVERARD.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 126)

FRENCH, RICHARD
December 17, 1712. April 13, 1716. Wife and Executrix: ELIZABETH. Witnesses: THOMAS BLICHENDEN, RICHARD SKINNER, JUNR., SARAH EVENS. Clerk of the Court: RICH'D LEARY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 128)

GERFORT, GREGORY
October 1, 1703. July 11, 1704. Friend, Executor and Sole Legatee: WILLIAM PERGIFER. Witnesses: FRANCIS TOMES, MARGARET TOMES, THO. HAGHTON (or RAGHTON). Clerk of the Court: THOS. SNODEN.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 133)

GILBIRT, JOSIAH
March 14, 1758. April Court, 1760. Wife and Executrix: SARAH. Sons: JOSEPH (Executor); JEREMIAH, THOMAS, JGEL. Daughter: JEMIMA Cox. Witnesses: JOSEPH WHITE, MARY STEWART, DINAH GFLBIRT. Clerk of the Court: MILES HARVEY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 134

)GODFREY, THOMAS
November 26, 1748. April Court, 1749. Sons: WILLIAM, THOMAS, FRANCIS ("my plantation"), JOSEPH. Daughters: SARAH GODFREY, ELLINOR GODFREY. Wife and Executrix: ELLINOR. Witnesses: JAMES GIBSON, BENJAMIN BIDGOOD, AMEY STAFFORD. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 136)

GORDEN, GEORGE
August 14, 1748. January Court, 1748. Sons and Executors: NATHANIEL and WILLIAM ("land I now live on"). Daughter: HANNER. Granddaughter: TAMER. Witnesses: ELIJAH STANTON, WM. TOMBLIN, JEREMIAH HENDRECK. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND MATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 138)

GORDON, JOHN
April 25, 1754. April Court, 1758. Sons: JOHN ("plantation whereon I now live"), GEORGE. Grandchildren: MARY and JACOB GORDON, MARMA- DUKE NORFLEET. Executors: JOHN and GEORGE GORDON (sons). Witnesses: JESSE EASON, MOSES EASON, JOSHUA SMALL. Clerk of the Court: MILES HARVEY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 138)

GORDEN, NATHANIEL
July 14, 1755. January Court, 1756. Sons: NATHANELL ("plantation and house whereon I now live"), GEORGE. Daughters: ELIZABETH and TAMER. Wife and Executrix: ANN. Witnesses: ELIJAH STANTON, THOMAS. BARTLET, SAMUILL DAVIS. Clerk of the Court: MILES HARVEY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 138)

GROSVENOR, WILLIAM
November 5, 1702. Daughters: SUSANNAH, ELIZEBETH and ESTER GHOSVENOR. Wife and Executrix: SARAH. Witnesses: JONATHAN TAYLOR, J. WMSON. (WILLIAMSON). No probate.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 144)

GUY, WILLIAM
March 17, 1754. April Court, 1754. Cousins: JOHN and JAMES GUY (sons of JAMES GUY), BRIGGIT GUY. Wife and Executrix: MARY. Executors: THOMAS and CHRISTOPHER NICHOLSON. Witnesses: THOMAS CRAGBILL, SARAH BARROW, MARY KELLEY. Clerk of the Court: RICHD. CLAYTON.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 145)

HALL, AN
October 9, 1741. January Court, 1741. .Son and Executor: SAMUEL. Daughters: SARAH WARRIN, MARY JENNET. Granddaughter: AN JENNET. Witnesses: THOS. CALLAWAY, JOSHUA HOBARD, SARAH CURLING. Clerk of the Court: EDMOND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 146)

HANBY, JOHN
May 5, 1752. July Court, 1752. Son.- SALVANIAS ("the manner and plantation whereon I now live"). Grandsons: JOHN and DEMSIE HANBY. Daughters: MARY HANBY, HANNAH BISHOP, ELIZABETH GRIFFIN. Friend: ZACHARIAH NIXON. Executors: SELVANUS HANBY (son) and FRANCIS NEWBY. Wife: HANNAH. Witnesses: NATHAN NEWBY, SAMUEL ANDERSON, FRANCIS TOMES. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 148

)HANDWORKER, DANIEL
March 7, 1729-1730. April 4, 1730. Wife, Executrix and sole legatee: KATHERINE. Witnesses: CHARLES DENMAN, SARAH DENMAN. Will proven before RICHARD EVERARD.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 149)

HARDING, MARY
October 22, 1743. November 8, 1744. Legatees: SARAH SKINNER, RICHARD SKINNER, SR., ZACHARIAH and SARAH SKINNER (children of JAMES). Executor: RICHARD SKINNER, SR. Witnesses: RICHARD SKINNER, JR., SAM'LL MOORE, SARAH CREECEY. Will proven before E. MOSELEY, Chief Justice.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 150)

HARDING, RICHARD
December 6, 1741. January Court, 1741. Wife and Executrix: MARY. Executor: THOMAS PEIRCE. Other legatees : THOMAS GILBORD and JAMES SKINER. Witnesses: JOSEPH ASHLEY, PETER JONES, THOMAS PEIRCE, JR. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 150)

HARMAN, CALEB
October 2, 177:5. March 9, 1774. Sons: ROBERT and JAMBS ("my plantation to be equally divided between them"), CALEB and JOSHUA. Daughter: ORPAH HARMAN. Wife and Executrix: ELIZABETH. Executor: THOMAS HARMAN (brother). Witnesses: 3. CARRUTHERS, ZEBULON CALLOWAY, MARY HARMAN. Proven before Jo. MARTIN.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 152)

HARMAN, RORERT
January 7, 1758. July Court, 1758. Sons: CALEB ("my plantation"), JOHN (land in Beaver Cove), STEPHEN, THOMAS. Daughter: MARY HARMAN. Trustees and Guardians: FRANCIS JONES, DANIEL SAINT and JOHN WHITE, son of JOSEPH. Wife and Executrix: ELIZABETH. Executors: CALEB HARMAN, JOHN WHITE. Witnesses: THOMAS LONG, ELISABETH LONG. JOSEPH WHITE. Clerk of the Court: MILES HARVEY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 152)

HARRINGTON, HUMPHBEY
November 2, 1713. Daughter: ANN. Daughter-in-law: ANN MAJOR. Wife and Executrix: ELIZABETH. Witnesses: RICHARD MORRIS and FRANCIS THOMAS. Original missing. Recorded in Book 1712-1722, page 18
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 153)

HARVEY, THOMAS
April 10, 1729. November 10, 1729. Sons: THOMAS ("Plantation whereon I now live"), JOHN (plantation called the Quarter), BENJAMIN (plantation called F0ulks (or Foleks) Point), MILES (land on Chowan River in Rockahock Neck bought of SAMUEL WOODARD). Brother: MILES GALE of Boston. Brother-in-law: COL. ROBERT WEST. Nieces: MARTHA, SAREY and MARY WEST (daughters of ROBT.). Sisters: ELIZABETH CLAYTEN and PENELOPE LITTLE, wife of WILLIAM LITTLE. Other legatees: JAMES SITTERSON, WILLIAM TETTERTON; JOHN son of JOHN COLE of Nansemond, Virginia; JOSHUA WHERRY son of ANTHONY WHERRY; ELIZABETH WHERRY daughter of ANTHONY; EDWARD MOSELEY and THOMAS POLLOCK. Wife and Executrix: ELIZABETH. Executors: MILESGALE, WILLIAM LITTLE, EDWARD MOSELEY and THOS. POLLOCK, JOHN LOVICK. Witnesses: THOMAS NORCOMB, RICHARD SUTTON, JOHN WIAT, CHARLES DENMAN, JOHN MITCHELL. Proven before RICHARD EVERARD.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 155 & 156)

HARVEY, THOMAS
November 21, 1748. January Court, 1748. Brothers and Executors: JOHN, BENJAMIN and MILES HARVEY. Nephews: THOMAS and JOHN HARVEY. Sister-in-law: HANNAH SALTER. Cousin: SARAH ALDERSON. Aunt: HANNAH SITTERSON. Witnesses: JOHN NICKOLS, STEPHIN MARTIN, JOSEPH ARNOLD. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 156)

HATCH, ANTHONY
August 1, 1726. November 18, 1726. Sons: EDMUND and LAMB (lands lying in Nense in the County of Bath), ANTHONY ("my plantation). Lands in Alligator held in common with GEORGE DURANT (brother-in-law) ordered sold. Wife and Executrix: ELISABETH. Daughter: ELISABETH HATCH. Executors: RICHD. WHIDBY and GEORGE DURANT (brothers-in-law). Witnesses: J. SWEENY, THOMAS PENRICE, JOHN STEVENS, PARTHENIA STEVENS. Proven before RICHARD EVERARD.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 156)

HATCH, ANTHONY
September 30, 1744. October Court, 1744. Sons: ANTONY ("my manor plantation"), JOHN (plantation joining SOLOMON SNOWDEN). Wife and Executrix: ELIZABETH. Executors: COL. McAnoRA SCARBOROUGH, EDMUND HATCH ("Brother GERMAN"). Witnesses: TULLE WILLIAMS, GEORGE DUVANT, SAM SCOLLAY. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 157)

HAUGHTON, JAMES
March 8, 1758. April Court, 1758. Nephews: JOSHUA HAUGHTON (son of sister, EASTER GARRETT), HENRY and EDWARD HALL (sons of sister, RACHEL HALL). Niece: MARY HALL. Executors: EDWARD HALL, JOHN HALSEY, ANDREW KNOX. Witnesses: JAMES EGGERTON, THOS. MING, SARAH ARRANTON. Clerk of the Court: MILES HARVEY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 157)

HAWKINS, JOHN
October 14, 1744. January Court, 1744. Daughter-in-law: MARY TRUMBULL. Daughter: MARY HAWKINS. Wife and Executrix: MARY. Executors: ROBERT HODGES and JAMES PEIRCE. Witnesses: FOSTER TOMS, JOHN BARCLIFT. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 158)

HENRY, JOSEPH
April 8, 1752. July Court, 1752. Daughter: CLARKEY HENBY. Father: JOHN HENBY. Sisters: MARY HENBY, ELISABETH GRIFFIN. Brothers: JAMES and SILVANUS HENBY. Executors: FRANCIS TOMES, JOSEPH RATLIFF. Witnesses: Jo. SUTTON, SAMUEL ANDERSON, JOHN HENBY. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 160)

HENDRICK, JEREMIAH
June 1, 1756. January Court, 1756. Son: GEORGE. Wife and Executrix: SARAH. Executor: ROBERT COCKS (father-in-law). Witnesses: THO. WEEKES, THOS. CRAGHILL, THOS. WEEKES, JR. Clerk of the Court: MILES HARVEY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 161)

HENDRICKS, SOLOMON
April 18, 1744. October Court, 1744. Daughters: MARY ("plantation whereon I now dwell"), SARAH and FRANCES HENDRICKS. Executors: JEREMIAH HENDRICKS (brother), MARY HENDRICKS (wife) and SARAH HENDRICKS (daughter). Witnesses: MICHARL MURPHY, THOMAS OVERMAN, JAMES OVERMAN. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 161)

HOLLOWAY, THOMAS
November 3, 1750. January Court, 1750. Son and Executor: JOHN (two plantations). Daughters: ELIZABETH BAKCLIFT, RACHEL TURNBULL, ANN SNODEN, MARY BATEMAN, SARAH COUPLAND, UPHERASHA HOLLOWAY. Witnesses: JAMES GIBSON, THOS. BABCLIFT, ELIZABETH BARCLIFT. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 169)

HOLLOWELL, LUKE
March 22, 1734-1735. April 21 . 1736. Sons: JGEL ("my dwelling plantation"), WILLIAM, JOHN. Wife and Executrix: ELIZABETH. Land in Virginia devised to son JOHN. Witnesses: JAMES FEILD, THOMAS ROUNTREE, GILBERT SCOT. Will proven before W. SMITH, C. J.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 169)

HOLLOWELL, RUBIN
January 23, 1753. April Court, 1753. Brothers: LEVY, JOHN and ABNER HOLLOWELL. Sister: ANN BRINKLEY. Executors: JOHN and LEVY HOLLOWELL. Witnesses: NICHOLAS STALLINGS, THOMAS REDDICK, JOSIAH ROOERSON. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 169)

HOMES, EDWARD
April 14, 1702. Sons: THOMAS and JOHN. Wife and Executrix: ELIZABETH. Witnesses: names illegible. Clerk of Court: JOHN STEPNEY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 170)

HOSEA, JOSEPH
May 10, 1753. July Court, 1753. Sons: JOSEPH and WILLIAM HOSEA. Wife and Executrix: MARY. Executor: JOHN HOSEA (brother). Witnesses: JAMES GIBSON, WILLIAM TRUMBALL. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 172)

HOSEA, RORERT
December 17, 1742. January Court, 1742. Sons: ABRAHAM, JOSEPH, WILLIAM (Executor), THOMAS (Executor). Wife: ANN. Witnesses: JACOB MULLEN and WM. TOMBLIN. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 172)

HURDLE, BENJAMIN
February 14, 1734. July Court, 1735. Legatees: WILLIAM HURDLE, MORING Htmm.K and ELI/.A BETH HURDLE (mother). No executor. Witnesses: NATRANIEL WILLIAMS, DANIEL RAGESON, JOSEPH RIDDICK. Clerk of Court: JAMBS CRAVEN.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 178)

JACKSON, WILLIAM, JR.
February 1, 1734. April 20, 1735. Sons: MOSES and AARON ("plantation whereon I now dwell"). Daughters: PARTHENIA and MARGARET JACKSON. Wife and Executrix: MARGARET. Witnesses: GEORGE GORDING. WM. JACKSON, SR., EDWARD JACKSON, THOMAS WEEKES. Clerk of the Court: JAMES CRAVEN.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 182)

JEFFREYS, CHRISTOPHER
January 23, 1735. April Court, 1736. Legatees: ELIZABETH and JOSEPH POTTLE, of Pasquotank, Executor: JOSEPH POTTLE. Witnesses: SAMUEL SWANN, JOHN WILLCOCKS, PATRICK QUIDLE. Clerk of Court: JAMES CRAVEN.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 184)

JENNETT, ABRAHAM
October Court, 1742. Sons: ISAKIAH, ABRAHAM, JEREMIAH. Daughters: ANN and ELISABETH JENNETT. Wife and Executrix: MARY. Executors: JOHN MOOR, SAMUEL HALL, RALPH DOE. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 185)

JESSOP, JOSEPH
March 12, 1735-1736. August 29, 1735. Nephews: THOMAS JESSOP ("plantation whereon I now live"), TIMOTHY and JONATHAN JESSOP. Granddaughter: MARY MAYO ("my plantation at the meeting house"). Kinsman: THOMAS PRITCHARD. Brother: THOMAS JESSOP. Nieces: MARY and ELIZABETH (daughters of THOMAS). Wife and Executrix: MARGARET. Executors: THOMAS JESSOP (brother), WILLIAM WHITE. Witnesses: THOMAS WINSLOWE, LEAH WINSLOWE, JOHN WILLSON. Will proven before W. SMITH, C. J.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 186)

JONES, DANIELL
October 10, 1713. February 21. 1714-1715. Wife and Executrix: SARAH. Executors: ARTHUR JONES (brother), TIMOTHY CLARE. Witnesses: JAMES MINGE, MATHIAS GILES. Executors qualified before C. EDEN.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 190)

JONES, PETER
February 17, 1753. April Court, 1753. Sons: THOMAS ("plantation whereon I now live"), ZEPHANIAH (land at head of land given to THOMAS), ZECHARIAH (land purchased of WM. WYATT), MALACHY (land on the Mile Branch). All of the sons to be given "Education to Reade & write a Ledgable hand and work Arithmitick through the single rule of three." Daughter: MARY JONES. Grandson: JOSEPH JONES. Wife: MARY. Arbitrators to divide estate: JOHN HARVEY, JOSEPH BARROW, JR., FRANCIS JONES, NATHAN and ROBERT NEWBY. Executors: JOSEPH WHITE, JOSEPH RATLIP, THOMAS JONES. Witnesses: EVAN SKINNER, WILLM.SKINNER, SARAH SKINNER. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 196)

JONES, PETER, SENR
May 15, 1751. April Court, 1752. Sons: JOHN ("plantation I now live on," plantation at the Mile Branch), WILLIAM (170 acres of land), PETER ("plantation whereon he now lives"). Daughters: MARY and HANNAH JONES, SARAH SUTTON, REBECCA DENMAN, MARGRET. Grandson: THOMAS SHERWOOD. Executors: JOHN JONES (son), MARY JONES (daughter), THOMAS NICHOLSON. Witnesses: MAC SCARBOROUGH, ELIZAB. SCAR- BROUGH, WILLIAM REED. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 196)


JONES, WILLIAM
December 9, 1750. April Court, 1752. Son : WILLIAM. Daughters: ELISABETH BARBER. REBECKAH JONES. Arbitrators to divide estate: JOHN HARVEY, JOSEPH WHITE, JOSEPH RIBINSON, JOSEPH BARROW. Executors: PETER JONES (brother), MOSES BARBER (son-in-law), WILLIAM JONES (son). Witnesses: JOSEPH BARROW, JUNR., JOHN WILLIAMS, JOHN BAR- HOW. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 198)

KALBIN, JOHN
December 20, 1685. Executor and sole legatee: ROBERT I BASON. Witnesses: WILLIAM DANSE, ANDREW ROSS. No probate.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 199)

KELLY, SMITH
February 2, 1734. April 15, 1734. Son: NICHOLAS. Wife and Executrix: MARY. No signature. No witnesses. Clerk of the Court: CHAS. DENMAN.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 201)

KENYON, JOHN
May 19, 1751 July Court, 1752. .Son: JOAB ("my plantation"). Wife and Executrix: MARY. Executors: ABRAHAM HENDRIXON (brother-in-law) and JOHN WEAKES. Witnesses: JOHN MODLING, SAM'LL MOORE, HANNAH MODLING. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 202)

KETON, JOHN, SR.
February 28, 1734-1735. October 1, 1735. Sons: JOHN, LEWIS, JOSEPH. Daughters: SARAH HUBBARD, ELIZABETH WIGGINS. Wife and Executrix: ELIZABETH. Executor: ZACHARIAH NICKSON. Witnesses: EDWARD MOORE, JOHN WILLCOCKS, ROBERT COCKS. Clerk of the Court: JAMES CRAVEN.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 202)

KINSE, JOHN
October 8, 1718. April 14, 1719. Daughter: ELIZABETH KINSEY. Daughter-in-law: MARY NICKOLSON. Son-in-law: SAMUEL NICKOLSON. Wife and Executrix: PRESILLAH. Executor: RICHARD RATLIFF. Witnesses: EDWARD MAUDLIN, EZEKIEL MAUDLIN. Clerk of the Court: RICHARD LEARY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 204)

KITCHING, WILLIAM
May 4, 1736. May 20, 1736. Dcnsees and legatees: DANIEL ROGERSON ("plantation I now live on, called Mount Messeary"), JOSIAH ROGERSON. CHRISTOPHER JACKSON, CHARLES DENMAN, CHRISTOPHER DENMAN. SABAH DENMAN, THOMAS LILLY, JR., WILLIAM LILLEY, SARAH ROBERTS. GILBERT SCOT, JOHN LILLEY, CASIAH ROGERSON, MARGRET ROGERSON, ANN MOORE, JEAN ASPELL. Executor: DAN'LL ROGERSON. Witnesses: WALTER ANDREW, WILLIAM ROBERTS, MARY ANDREW. Proven before W. SMITH, C. J.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 204 & 205)

LACY, WILLIAM
January 17, 1734-1735. January 29, 1734. Sons: WILLIAM and THOMAS ("land and plantation whereon I now live"), JOSEPH. Executors: WIFE (not named) and RICHARD CHEASTEN. Witnesses: JOHN POWELL. ARTHUR CRAXTON and ISAAC MACKEY. Proven before GABRIEL JOHNSTON at Edenton.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 206)

LAKARO (or LAKERS), BENJAMIN
April 7, 1701. July 8, 1701. Wife and Executrix: JULIANA (land on Parishes Creek). Daughter: SARAH HARVEY (book, "Grantham's Church Principles"). Friend: GEORGE BLEIGHTON ("one book, being an Exposition upon the five books of Moses"). Witnesses: RICHARD FRENCH, ELIZABETH STEWARD, DEBORAH THURSTON. Clerk of the Court: JOHN STEPNEY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 206)

LAKER, JULIANA
September 24, 1735. January Court, 1738. Great-grandson: BENJAMIN SCARBOROUGH, son of MACKEORA SCARBOROUGH (plantation called the Chenifen Ridge). Sister: NEPTUANIA HUTSON. Daughter: JOANNA PALMER. Other legatees: HUTSON and JULIANA WORTHAM, MARTHA PALMER, SAMUELL PALMER. Executor: MACKEORA SCARBOROUGH. Witnesses: JOHN BANCKEY, PACIANA CREACY. Clerk of the Court: JAMES CRAVEN.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 206)

LAMB, WILLIAM
December 4. 1757. April Court, 1758. Wife and Executrix: MIRIAM. Daughters: ELIZABETH, MIRIAM and MARY. Brother and Executor: WILLIAM NEWBY. Witnesses: SAMUEL LITTESON (or SITTESON), DAVID POWELL, JACOB WILSON. Clerk of the Court: MILES HARVEY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 206)

LASEY, FRANCIS
April 16, 1739. July Court, 1739. Daughter: JEMIMA LASEY ("plantation whereon I now dwell"). Wife and Executrix: MARY ANN LASEY. Brother: JOHN LASEY. Executor: WILLIAM BOGUE. Witnesses: FRANCIS JAMES, MOSES ELLIOTT. Clerk of the Court: JAMES CRAVEN.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 208)

LAZY (or LACY), JOHN
December 1 , 1682. No probate. Wife: ABIGAIL. Daughter: SARAH LAZY (or LACY). Witnesses: JOHN STEPNEY, WILLIAM CHARLES, WILLIAM LAURENCE. No executrix or executor appointed.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 210)

LILLINGTON, ALEXANDER
September 9, 1697. October 8, 1697. Sons: JOHN ("plantation whereon I now live and plantation that was formerly STEPHEN HANCOCKS and my silver hiked sword"), GEORGE ("my plantation at Yawpim River and plantation at Little River whereon FRANCIS PENRIE now lives"). Daughters: ANN WALKER, ELIZABETH FENDALL, MARY LILLINGTON, SARAH LILLINGTON. Sons-in-law: HENDERSON WALKER and JOHN FENDALL. Wife: ANN. Executors: COL. WILLIAM WILKISON and HENDERSON WALKER. Witnesses: CALEB CALLAWAY, JOHN BARROW, ROBERT HARMAN. Clerk of the Court: W. GLOVER. Coat of arms on seal.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 215)

LILLY, JOHN
January 26, 1753. April Court, 1753. Wife and Executrix: KAZEIAH ("plantation where I now dwell"). Father-in-law. DANIEL ROGERSON (163 acres of land in Chowan County called the "beverdams"). Brother: JOSHUA LILLY, "and my father-in-law, DANIEL ROGERSON" ("three hundred acres of land Iring up the Ridges"). Executor: JOSIAH ROGERSON. Witnesses: NICHOLAS STALLINGS, JOSEPH LILLY, ISAAC LILLY. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 216)

LILLEY, THOMAS
October 12, 1735. January Court, 1735. Sons: JOHN ("plantation he now lives on"), THOMAS ("plantation whereon I now live"), WILLIAM (100 acres of land), TIMOTHY and JOSEPH (tract of land to be equally divided between them). Daughters: MARGARET REDDICK (wife of JOHN REDDICK), HANNA ROGERSON. Wife and Executrix: SARAH. Executor: THOMAS LILLEY (son). Witnesses: GEORGE SPIVE, DANIEL ROGERSON, GILBERT SCOTT. Clerk of the Court: JAMES CRAVEN.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 216)

LONG, DANIEL
July 28, 1714. January 11, 1715-1716. Wife: ELIZABETH. Friend and legatee: ANN LONGLATHER, of King and Queen County in Virginia. Executor: JOSEPH JESSOP. Witnesses: RICHARD FRENCH, ROBERT MOORE. Clerk of the Court: RICH'D LEARY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 219)

LONG, JOSHUA
May 20, 1741. July Court, 1741. Sons: THOMAS ("the manner plantation"), JOSHUA ("the land I purchased of JOHN BANKS, and one hundred acres of land on Yopim River"). Wife: ELIZABETH. Executors: THOMAS LONG (brother), WILLIAM HOSKINS and JOSEPH SUTTON. Witnesses: NATHANIEL CARRUTHEBS, JOHN BANCKES, ROBERT HARMAN. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH. To two sons is bequeathed one "peryoger" (periagua).
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 220)

LONG, SARAH
September 10, 1712. July 8, 1718. Legatees: THOMAS LONG (brother- in-law), MARY PERCB (sister), THOS. PERCE (brother-in-law), CORNELIUS LEARY (son of RICHARD LEARY), JOHN WIATT (cousin), JONATHAN and WILLIAM TAYLOR, JOSHUWAY LONG (plantation at creek's mouth), WILLIAM LONG ("plantation whereon I now dwell"), JAMES CHESSON. Executors: THOS. PERCE and THOS. LONG. Witnesses: JAMES CHESSON, WILL'M TETHERTON, RICH'D LEARY. Clerk of Court: RICHARD LEARY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 220 & 221)

LONG, THOMAS
September 21, 1721. October 10, 1721. Sons: WILLIAM ("all my land up ye mill swamp"), JOSHUA ("ye land lying on MAJOR HARVES Quarter"), THOMAS ("my plantation whereon I now live, containing four hundred and seventy acres"). Daughter: SARAH LEARY. Wife and Executrix: REBECKAH. Executor: JOSHUA LONG (son). Witnesses: THOMAS PEIRCE, JOHN WIAT, JOSHUA CALLOWAY. Clerk of the Court: RICH'D LEARY. Court held at the house of MRS. ELIZABETH FRENCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 221)

LONG, THOMAS
March 7, 1754. April Court, 1754. Sons: JOSHUA, THOMAS (plantation commonly known as DANIEL HALL'S plantation). Wife and Executrix: SARAH. Executors: JOSEPH CREECY, JOSHUA LONG (brother). Witnesses: THOMAS WILLIAMS, ROBERT TURNER, ANDR. KNOX. Clerk of the Court: WILL. SKINNER.
 (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 221)

LONG, WILLIAM
June 2, 1701. July Court, 1712. Nephews: JAMES and WILLIAM LONG ("plantation whereon I now live"). Brothers: JOHN LONG and THOMAS LONG. Wife and Executrix: SARAH. Witnesses: THOMAS LONG, JOHN FOSTER, JOHN STEPNEY. Clerk of the General Court: J. PALIN.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 221)

LONG, WILLIAM
July 4, 1758. April Court, 1759. Sons: SIMEON (part "of my manor plantation"), THOMAS ("part of my manor plantation"), REUBEN (land on Franks Creek), WILLIAM, JAMES (100 acres of land on the west side of Minses Creek). Grandsons: LEMUEL and ICHABOD LONG, JOSHUA WYATT. Granddaughter: MARY WYATT. Wife and Executrix: ANN. Executors: JAMES, THOMAS, REUBEN and SIMEON LONG (sons). Witnesses: THOMAS JONES, ZEPHANIAH JONES, WILL. SKINNER. Clerk of the Court: MILES HARVEY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 221)

LONGLEATHER, DANIEL
July 28, 1714. Legatees: ANNE LONGLEATHER, of King and Queen County, Va., WILLIAM and JOSEPH STEWARD (sons of wife). Wife and Executrix: ELIZABETH. Witnesses: RICHARD FRENCH and ROBERT MOORE. Original missing. Recorded in Book 1712-1722, page 105
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 221)

MCCLENDEN, DEBORAH
February 8, 1728-1729. October 15, 1732. Grandson: JOSEPH SUTTON. Son and Executor: RICHARD WHEEDBEE. Witnesses: CHARLES DENMAN, JAMES ANDERSON, SENR., JAMES ANDERSON, JUNR. Clerk of the Court: CHARLES DENMAN.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 228)

MATTHIAS, JOHN
March 3, 1746-1747. April Court, 1748. Son and Executor: WILLIAM ("my plantation"). Wife and Executrix: ELIZABETH. Witnesses: DAVID and MART BUTLER. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 243)

MAUDLIN, EZEKIEL
March 25, 1732. April 17, 1732. Sons: JEREMIAH, JOSHUA and JAMES. Wife and Executrix: HANNAH. Executor: THOMAS WEEKES. Witnesses: ZEB. CLAYTON, JOHN STEVENS, TULLE WILLIAMS. Clerk of the Court- CHARLES DENMAN. Coat of arms on seal. Will recites that testator had sent to Boston for a negro and some goods.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 243)

MAUDLIN, THOMAS
September 16, 1758. January Court, 1759. Son: JEREMIAH. Wife: SARAH. Brother: EDMUND CHANCEY. Executors: JOHN CLAYTON (father- in-law), RICHARD CLAYTON (brother-in-law) and WILLIAM TRUMBULL. Witnesses: WILLIAM TENNETT, EDMUND CHANCEY, JOSEPH BARCLIPT. Clerk of the Court: MILES HARVEY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 243)

MONTICUE, THOMAS
June 5, 1750. Wife: ELIZABETH. Other legatees: FRANCIS NIXON, ZACH- ARIAH NIXON, HENRY PHELPS, SAMUEL NEWBY, JOHN NIXON, JOSEPH RATLIFF. Executor: ZACHARIAH NIXON. Witnesses: JOSIAH BUNDY, ABARAHAM HENDRIXON, JOSEPH RATLIFF. Provision is made in will for bricking up the grave of the testator.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 251)

MOORE, JOHN
March 19, 1746. May 18, 1746. Son: CHARLES ("my plantation"). Daughter: MARY. Wife: RACHEL. Executors: JOHN HARVEY, CHRISTOPHER DENMAN, JOSHUA SKINNER. Witnesses: JONATHAN SKINNER, PETER JONES, JOHN BEMBRIDGE. Proven before GAB. JOHNSTON.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 251)

MOOR, JOHN
March 11, 1750. October 21, 1755. Sons: CORNELIUS, JOSEPH ("plantation lying in baley hack"), GIDEON ("the maner plantation"), JOSEPH.  Daughters: MIRIAM, SARAH and BETEY MOORE. Wife and Executrix: MARY. Executor: JOSEPH RATLIFF (brother-in-law). Witnesses: ZACH. NIXON, WILLIAM MORE, SAMUELL MORE. Proven before JNO. CLAYTON and JOSEPH SUTTON, Justices.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 251& 252)

MOORE, JOSHUA
February 12, 1734-1735. February 24, 1734. Brothers: SAMUEL, JOHN, TRUEMAN. Nephew: CORNELIUS (son of JOHN). Niece: ELIZABETH NIXON. Wife and Executrix: ELIZABETH. Witnesses: ZACHARIAH NIXON, THOMAS WINSLOW, ZACHARIAH NIXON, JR. Proven before GAB. JOHNSTON.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 252)

MOORE, MARY
March 24, 1753. April Court, 1756. Sons: THOMAS and NATHAN NEWBY (Executors). Daughter: MARY ROBINSON. Other legatees: JEMMIME, MIME, MART, SARAH and JOHN ROBINSON, ELIZABETH NEWBY, ELIZABETH HILL, ELIZABETH ELIOT. Witnesses: FRANCES JONES, RALPH FLETCHER, ELIZABETH HILL. Clerk of the Court: MILES HARVEY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 252 & 253)

MOORE, RORERT
February 22, 1749. January Court, 1750. Sons: SAMUELL ("my plantation"), JOHN. Daughters: SARAH and RACHEL MOORE. Grandchildren: MARY MOORE, MARTHA and MIRIAM MOORE, ELIAZOR CREESSIE. Executors: SAMUELL MOORE, RICHARD SKINNER, ABRAHAM SANDERS and JOSEPH WHITE. Witnesses: JOSHUA JONES, JONATHAN PHELPS, ELIZABETH ELLIS. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 253)

MOORE, SAMUELL
October 25, 1751. January Court, 1752. Wife and Executrix: MARY. Nieces: MARY, HANNA and MARTHA MOORE (daughters of brother, JOHN MOORE). Other legatees: ELIZABETH ELLIOT, FRANCIS and NATHAN NEWBY, JOHN PERISHE, EDWARD DEWISE. Friends: RICH'D SKINNER, JOSEPH WHITE and ZACHARIAH NIXON. Executor: FRANCIS NEWBY. Witnesses: ZACH. NIXON, DANIEL SAINT. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 254)

MOORE, SAMUEL
May 26, 1754. January Court, 1756. Sons: JOSHUA, AARON, JONATHAN, JOHN (to each is given a plantation). Daughters: MARY and SARAH MOORE. Wife and Executrix: SARAH. Witnesses: JOHN ROBINSON, CORNELIUS MOORE, JOSEPH WHITE, JUNR. Clerk of the Court: MILES HARVEY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 254)

MOORE, TRUEMAN
December 12, 1752. April Court, 1753. Sons: WILLIAM, SAMUEL, THOMAS (to each is given a plantation), JESSE (land in Ballyhack). Daughters: JANE and MARY MOORE. Friends: JOHN WILSON, WILLIAM WHITE, JOHN MOORE and DANIEL SAINT. Wife and Executrix: LEAH. Executors: THOS. NICHOLSON and SAMUEL MOORE. Witnesses: WILLIAM WHITE, DANIEL SAINT, JOSEPH WINSLOW. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 254)

MOORE, WILLIAM
February 6, 172&-1727. October 31, 1732. Sons: WILLIAM, JOHN, JOSHUA, SAMUELL, TRUMAN (to each of the above is given a plantation). Daughters: ELIZABETH and JANE. Cousin: ROBERT BOGUE. Wife and Executrix: ELIZABETH. Executors: JOHN and JOSHUA MOORE. Witnesses: JOSEPH WINSLOW, JACOB HILL, J. JESSOP. Proven before GEO. BURRINGTON.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 255)

MORE, WILLIAM
June 4, 1749. April Court, 1752. Devisees: TRUMAN MOORE and WILLIAM WILSON (land obtained from EDW. MOSLEY). Wife and Executrix: MARTHA. Witnesses: ROBT. NEWBY, JOSHUA HASKET, MARY SAVIG. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 255)

MORGAN, JAMES (Son of WILLIAM MORGAN)
January 26, 1740-1741. October Court, 1741. Sons: JACOB and CHARLES (land on Morgan's Swamp). Daughters: ELIZABETH and RE- BECKAH MORGAN. Wife and Executrix: HANNAH. Executor: THOMAS OVERMAN (brother-in-law). Witnesses: ZACHARIAH NIXON, CHARLES OVERMAN, Jos. ROBINSON. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 255)

MORGAN, JAME
February 4, 1742. March 22, 1742. Sons: JOHN ANDERSON, JAMES MORGAN. Daughter: SARAH PARSONS. Daughter-in-law: ANN MORGAN. Granddaughters: MARY and MIRIAM MORGAN, ELIZABETH COSAN, JANE ANDERSON. Executors: JOHN ANDERSON and JAMES MORGAN. Witnesses: ABRAHAM ELLIOTT, MARY ELLIOTT, JOSEPH RATLIFF. Proven before GAB. JOHNSTON.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 255)

MOUNTEAGUE, ELIZABETH
September 20, 1756. July Court, 1757. Legatees: JOSIAH RAPER, MIRIAM OVERMAN, NAOMY NEWBY, HANNAH NEWBY, JOSEPH ROBINSON, SAMUEL NEWBY, THOMAS NICHOLSON, WILLIAM HASKIT, CHRISTOPHER and JOSEPH NICHOLSON. Witnesses: THOMAS, CHRISTOPHER and JOSEPH NICHOLSON. Witnesses: JOHN OVERMAN, SARAH BARROW, JOHN TAYLOR. Clerk of the Court: MILES HARVEY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 259)

MOUNTICUE, THOMAS
June 5, 1750. October Court, 1750. Devisees and legatees: FRANCIS NIXON (all lands and houses), ZACHARIAH NIXON, HENRY PHELPS (one negro man), SAMUEL NEWBY and JOHN NIXON (ten pounds in good "merchantable barrel pork"), JOSEPH RATLIFF, ZACHARIAH NIXON, JR., and MEHETABLE NIXON. Wife and Executrix: ELIZABETH. Executor: ZACHARIAH NIXON. Witnesses: JOSAH BUNDY, ABRAHAM HENDRIXON, JOSEPH RATLIFF. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 259)

MULLEN, ISAAC
August 24, 1743. October Court, 1743. Son: JOSEPH ("my plantation"). Wife and Executrix: ELIZABETH. Daughter: REBECCA. Executors: ABRAHAM and JACOB MULLEN (brothers). Witnesses: SAMUEL BAR- CLIFT, JOSEPH PERSHER, JOHN ANDERSON. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 260)



November 5, 1757. January Court, 1758. Sons: ISAAC and ABRAHAM ("my plantation containing 229 acres"), JACOB (76 acres of land), THOMAS (land on Suttons Creek). Daughter: HANNAH MULLEN. Executors: WILLIAM TOMBLIN and WILLIAM HASKET. Witnesses: JAMES GIBSON, JAMES PEIRCE, FRANCIS LAYDEN. Clerk of the Court: MILES HARVEY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 260)

NEWBY, FRANCIS
March 18, 1743-1744. April Court, 1744. Sons: ROBERT and JESSE ("my plantation"). MARK and FRANCIS. Daughters: MARGARET and SARAH (one negro each). Executors: ROBERT, MARK, FRANCIS and JESSEE NEWBY. Witnesses: SUSANNAH WOOD, MARY WILSON, RT. WILSON. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 263)

NEWBY, FRANCIS
January 8, 1752. July Court, 1752. Brothers: THOMAS NEWBY, NATHAN NEWBY (all "my lands and houses"), JOHN ROBINSON. Mother and Executrix: MARY MOOR. Witnesses: ZACH. NIXON, RALPH FLETCHER, ELESABETH NIXON. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 263)

NEWBY, JOSEPH
January 22, 1726. April 21, 1735. Wife and Executrix: MARY. No other legatee mentioned. Witnesses: NATHAN NEWBY, PETER PEARSON, J. JESSOP. Clerk of the Court: JAMES CRAVEN. Coat of arms on seal.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 264)

NEWBY, JOSEPH
May 2, 17f)2. July Court, 1752. Wife: ELISABETH. Daughter: MARY. Executors: SAMUEL NEWBY and JOSEPH WHITE (uncles). Witnesses: SAMUEL MOORE, SARAH MOORE, ZACHABIAH MORRIS. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH. Coat of arms on seal.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 264)

NEWBY, MARY
October 13, 1739. January Court, 1739. Son: JOSEPH MAYO. Daughter: ELIZABETH WILLSON. Grandchildren: JOHN WILLSON, EDWARD, JEMIMA and ISABELL NEWBY. Niece: ELIZABETH WINSLOW. Executors: JOHN WILLSON and SAMUEL NEWBY (sons-in-law). Witnesses: WILLIAM SITOREAVES, SARAH ELLIT, MIRIAM BOGUE. Clerk of the Court: JAMES CRAVEN.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 264)

NEWBY, NATHAN
April 1, 1735. October Court, 1735. Sons: THOMAS (plantation on Cypress Swamp), FRANCIS ("land whereon I now live"), NATHAN (230 acres of land). Daughter: MARY NEWBY. Wife and Executrix: MARY. Executor: THOMAS NEWBY (brother) and ZACHARIAH NIXON. Witnesses: ZACHARIAH NIXON, SENR., FRANCIS TOMES, MARY GIBENS. Clerk of the Court: JAMES CRAVEN.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 264)

NEWBY, SAMUEL
December 9, 1737. January Court, 1737. Friends: JOHN NIXON and ZACHARIAH NIXON. Cousins and Executors: THOMAS OVERMAN and JEMES NEWBY. Witnesses: ZACHARIAH NIXON, JOSEPH ROBINSON, MARY NIXON. Clerk of the Court: JAMES CRAVEN.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 264)

NEWTON, CHRISTOPHEB
May 11, 1759. July Court, 1759. Wife and Executrix: SARAH. Daughter: CONSTANT. Witnesses: THOMAS GILBERT, WALTER NEWTON. Clerk of the Court: MILES HARVEY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 265)

NICHOLSON, NATHANIEL
March 12, 1731-1732. July Court, 1737. Son; JONATHAN ("my plantation"). Daughters: SARAH and ELIZABETH NICHOLSON. Wife and Executrix: SARAH. Executor: ZACHARIAH NIXON. Witnesses: ALIXANDER STUARD, PETER ALBARDSON. Clerk of the Court: JAMES CRAVEN
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 265)

NICHOLSON, CHRISTOFER
May 17, 1723. July 23, 1723. Son: THOMAS ("my plantation"). Daughters: MARIAM, DABORA, MARY and ANN NICKOLSON. Wife and Executrix: MARY. Executor: SAMUEL NICKOLSON (brother). Witnesses: JEAMES NEWBY, SOLOMON POOL, RICHARD POOL. Clerk of the Court: RICHARD LEARY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 266)

NIXON, ELIZABETH
March 19, 1747-1748. January Court, 1748. Son-in-law: JOHN ANDERSON. Daughters: ELIZABETH ANDERSON, SARAH JONES. Grandsons: SAMUEL, JOHN and JOSEPH ANDERSON. Granddaughter: SARAH ANDERSON. Friend: ELIZABETH ALBERTSON, daughter of JOSHUA ALBERTSON. Executors: JOHN ANDERSON and JOSEPH ANDERSON. Witnesses: THOMAS OVERMAN, JOSHUA ALBERTSON, THOMAS NICHOLSON. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 267)


NIXON, ZACHARIAH
September 28, 1739. October Court, 1739. Sons: JOHN, PHINEAS, ZACHARIAH, BARNABY (to each is given a plantation, and to all four is given a sawmill and gristmill). Friend: MICHAEL MURPHY (land known by the name of Oak Ridge). Daughter: REBEKAH TOMS (one negro). To wife is given one-half of negroes. Executors: JOHN, PHINEAS and ZACHAHIAH NIXON (sons). Grandchildren: JOSHUA and MARY MOORE. Witnesses: THOMAS OVERMAN, JOHN CHARLES, JOSEPH ROBINSON. OVERMAN and ROBINSON were Quakers. Clerk of the Court: JAMES CRAVEN.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 267)

NIXON, ZACIIARIAH
July 9, 1752. July Court, 1752. Sons: FRANCIS, ZACHARIAH (to each is given lands and a lot in Nixon town). Daughter: MEHETIBLE NIXON. Wife and Executrix: ELIZABETH. Executor: JOSEPH WHITE. Witnesses: JOHN NIXON, PHINEUS NIXON, MARK NEWBY. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 267)

NORCOM, THOMAS
May 13, 1707. October 29. 1707. Sons: THOMAS and WILLIAM ("my plantation"), JOHN. Daughters: ELIZABETH, MARY and SARAH NORCOMGrandson: THOMAS NORCOM. Wife and Executrix: mentioned, but not named. Witnesses: JAMES MING, WALTER TANER. Clerk of the Court: 3. KNIGHT.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 268 & 269)

NORCOM, THOMAS
April 23, 1741. April Court, 1744. Son: THOMAS ("plantation I now live on left me by the will of my father THOMAS NORCOM"). Grandson: RICHARD WHIDBEE (plantation on Sound side joining Lacinse's Creek; also three negroes). Nephew: JOHN NORCOM, son of brother, JOHN NORCOM. Wife and Executrix: SUSANNA. Witnesses: SAMUEL STANDING and JOSEPH ARNOLD. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 269)

NORCOM, THOMAS
May 12, 1748. October Court, 1748. Wife: MARTHA. Son: FREDERICK. Executor: JOHN HALSEY. Witnesses: GEORGE CHARLTON, MARY HALSEY. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 269)

NORFLEET, JAMES
November 28, 1732. January 15, 1732-1733. Sons: JOHN ("my plantation, orchards and houses", still, worm and cap, one large silver tankard weighing 33 oz. 16 pwt.; three negroes); THOMAS (three negroes and silver cup, spoon and tobacco box). Cattle divided between sons. Daughters: MARY, SARAH, MARGARET and FELISHA NORFLEET. Wife: MARY. Executors: THOMAS NORFLEET (brother) and WILLIAM HINTON. Witnesses: JOHN GORDON, SENR., JOHN GORDON, JUNR., GEORGE GORDON, MARMA- ,. t • Kf. NORFLEET. Clerk of the Court: CHARLES DENMAN.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 269)

NORFLEET, MARY
October 12, 1742. January Court, 1742. Daughters: MARGARET and FELISHA NORFLEET. Executor: JAMES SUMNER. W,tnesses: JOSEPH RID- DICK, JOHN GORDON, JOSEPH GORDON. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH. Impression of ship on seal.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 270)

O’BRIAN, DARBE
February 18, 1723-1724. July 6, 1725. Legatees: JOSEPH POTTLE, JOASHAY WILLEBEE, WILLIAM EVANS (Executor). Witnesses: ANTHO. HATCH, JOSEPH GODFREY, TEMPERANCE PENRICE. Proven before GEO. BURRINGTON.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 272)

PARRISH, JOHN
October 14, 1738. March 24, 1738. Son: JOHN (plantation and orchard). Daughter: ANNE BARCLIFT (wife of JOHN). Grandson: JOHN BARCLIFT. Wife: MARGERY. Executor: JOHN BARCLIFT, SR. Witnesses: JAMES GIBSON, SAMUEL WRIGHT. Proven before W. SMITH, C. J.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 280)

PARSONS, SAMUEL
May 12, 1745. July Court, 1745. .Sons: SAMUEL (land on Beaver Cove), BARNABY, JOHN. Daughters: SARAH ARNELL, MARY PARSONS. Wife and Executrix: SARAH. Witnesses: JOHN ANDERSON, LAURENCE ARNEL and JOHN BOYLE. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 280)

PEARSON, RACHEL
June 25, 1750. January Court, 1750. Sons: PETER, JOHN and JONATHAN PEARSON. Daughters: RACHEL BOGUE, MARY WINSLOW, BETTY BAGLEY. Executors: JOHN WINSLOW and ROBERT BOGUE (sons-in-law). Witnesses: JOSHUA HOBART, ARTHUR CROXEN, JOHN MOORE. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 282)

PEIRCE, JOSEPH
1736. October 8, 1736. Son: THOMAS ("my plantation whereon I now live"). Daughters: MIRIAM (land known as Morises), REBECKAH ("my still"). Wife and Executrix: ALIS. Executor: THOMAS PEIRCE (brother). Witnesses: JOSIAH GILBERT, HANNAH GILBERT, JOSEPH CREECY. Proven before GAB. JOHNSTON.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 283)

PENRICE, FRANCIS
May 13. 1756. April Court, 1758. Sons: FRANCIS, SAMUEL, EDWARD. Daughters: MARY LONG, ELIZABETH LONG, ANN SUTTON, HANNAH PENRICE. Executors: HANNAH and EDWARD PENRICE (son and daughter). Witnesses: JOSHUA SKINNER, WM. AINTON. Clerk of the Court: MILES HARVEY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 284)

PERISH, JOHN
February 12, 1755. April Court, 1759. Sons: JOHN, JAMES, JOSEPH, SAMUEL (to each is given land), JOSIAH. Daughters: ELINDER, BETT,Eand MARY PERISH, JEAN BUNDY. Executors: JOHN and JOSIAH PERISH (sons). Witnesses: THOMAS HOLLOWELL, PETER PEARSON. CORNELIUS MOORE. Clerk of the Court: MILES HARVEY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 284)

PERISHE, SARAH
May 29, 1754. April Court, 1760. Sons: SIMON, JAMES. Daughters: SARAH, JANE and MORNEN. Executors: JAMES PERISHE (son), JOSEPH PERISHE (brother). Witnesses: JAS. PIERCE, THOMAS STANTON. Clerk of the Court: MILES HARVEY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 285)

PERRY, PHILIP
July 5, 1751. October Court. 1751. Sons: JESSE (lands on Little River known by the name of Sandy Hook), PHILIP ("plantation whereon I now live"). Daughters: SARAH, MARY, RACHEL, JUDE. ELIZABETH and MIRIAM. Executor: JACOB PERRY, son of JACOB PERRY. Witnesses: MOSES FEILD, BENJAMIN PERRY, ELIZABETH PERRY. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 285)

PERSONS, JOHN
December 29, 1753. April Court, 1754. Daughter: MIRIAM PERSONS. Wife and Executrix: MARY. Executor: SAMUEL PERSONS (brother). Witnesses: JOHN WHEDBEE, GABRIEL COSAN, JOSEPH PERSHGE. Clerk of the Court: WILLIAM SKINNER.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 285)

PERSON, PETER
March 1, 1751. April Court, 1755. Sons: JONATHAN, NATHAN, PETER, JOHN. Daughters: RACHEL, MARY and BETTY PERSONS. Broker: NATHAN NEWBY. Wife and Executrix: not named. Witnesses: JESSE NEWBY, WILLIAM BOGUE, WILLIAM HASKIT. Clerk of the Court: JAMES CRAVEN.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 285)

PHELPS, HENRY
May 19, 1752. July Court, 1752. Son: JONATHAN ("all my lands and plantations * * * the fourth part of my negroes * * * Foxes Journals first and second part &c." Wife and Executrix: MARGARET. Daughter: ELIZABETH PHELPS. Executors: JONATHAN PHELPS (brother) and ZACHAHIAH NIXON (father-in-law). Witnesses: FRANCIS TOMES, FRANCIS NIXON and SARAH NEWBY. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 286)

PHELPS, JONATHAN. Perquimans Precinct.
March 11, 1688. April 4, 1689. Son: JONATHAN. Wife: HANNAH. Proven before RICHARD STANRICK, THO. IMPERS, DAVID SHERNOLD. This will is very badly mutilated and so faded as to be illegible.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 286)

PHELPS, JONATHAN
December 4, 1732. January Court, 1732. Sons: HENRY ("manner plantation"), JONATHAN (300 acres land on Perquimans River). Daughter: ELIZABETH PHELPS. Eight negroes and four horses bequeathed to wife and children. Wife and Executrix: ELIZABETH. Executor: CHARLES DENMAN. Witnesses: R. CHEASTEN, ELLEXANDER HOWARD, JAMES ANDERSON. Clerk of the Court: CHARLES DENMAN.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 287)

PHELPS, SAMUEL
April 21, 1728. July Court, 1728. Sons: JONATHAN, JOHN (land in "balehack"), WILLIAM, JAMES. Wife: not named. Executors: JONATHAN PHELPS (brother), JONATHAN PHELPS (son), ABRAHAM SANDERS and ROBERT WILLSON. Witnesses: ABRAHAM SANDERS. RALPH BOSEMAN, CHARLES DENMAN. Clerk of the Court: R. EVERARD.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 287)

PHELPS, WILLIAM
April 15, 1752. April Court, 1752. Legatees: JOHN HARVEY and JAMES LITTESON (cousins), WILLIAM BARKER, SARAH ELIOT, SAMUEL LITTESON. Executors: JOHN HARVEY and JAMES LITTESON. Witnesses: JOSHUA HORART, MARGERY MOORE, DERBE MOORE, PENNINAH CHANCEY. Clerk of the Court: EDMUND HATCH.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 287)

PIERCE, JOHN
September 13, 1682. Sons: THOMAS, JOHN and JOSEPH. Daughter: REBECKAH. Other legatees: THOMAS DAW, WM. BUNDY. Wife: not named. Executors: WILLIAM BUNDY and JONATHAN PHELPS. Witnesses: ROBERT WILSON, FRANCIS TOME and JOHN STANLEY. No probate.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 288)

PIERCE, JOHN
October 9, 1726. January 10, 1726. Sons: COPELAND, THOMAS. Daughters: MARY, ELIZABETH and HANNAH. Wife and Executrix: SARAH. Brothers-in-law: PETER JONES, JOHN WILLIAMS. Witnesses: REBECKAH LONG, RACHEL WEIGHT, THOMAS PIERCE. Clerk of the Court: RICHARD LEAHY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 289)

PIERCE, JOSEPH
June 6, 1700. Brother: THOMAS PIERCE. Wife and Executrix: DAMAHIS. Witnesses: TIMOTHY CLEARE, WM. and THOS. WINSLOW. Clerk of the Court: THOS. SNODEN.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 289)

PIERCE, THOMAS
February 12, 1731-1732. March 30, 1732. Sons: THOMAS, JOSEPH, JOHN. Daughter: MARY JONES (1 negro). Grandchildren: THOMAS PIERCE, MARY PIERCE. Wife and Executrix: MARY. Executor: PETER JONES (son-in-law). Witnesses: MILES GALE, RICHARD SKINNER, ABRAHAM SANDERS. Proven before GEORGE BURRINGTON.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 289)

POTTEL, JOSEPH
February 1, 1747-1748. August 4, 1749. Daughter and sole legatee: ELISABETH POTTEL (Bible, gold ring and riding horse, saddle and bridle). Executor: PATRICK POOL. Witnesses: JOSEPH NEWBY, RALPH FLETCHER, SAMUEL MOORE. Proven before GAB. JOHNSTON.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 298)

PRATT, JOR
December 7, 1736. January Court, 1736. Son: JOHN. Wife: not named. Executors: JOSHUA PRATT (brother), JOHN WILKINS. Friend: LUKE GREGORY. Witnesses: DAN'L HALL, JOSEPH and JEREMIAH PRATT. Clerk of the Court: JAMES CRAVEN.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 300)

PRATT, JOSEPH
August 29, 1737. October Court, 1737. Brothers: JEREMIAH ("my half of the mill and dwelling house"), JOSHUA. Executors: NATHANIEL CARRUTHERS and JOSHUA PRATT (brother). Witnesses: NATH'L CAR- RUTHERS, JOSHUA PRATT and JEREMIAH PRATT. Clerk of the Court: JAMES CRAVEN.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 300)

PRICE, WILLIAM
September 21, 1756. January Court, 1757. Daughters: RACHEL and ELIZABETH PRICE, MARY and CHRISTIAN PRICE. Wife and Executrix: SARAH. Witnesses: ISAAC LILLEY, ABRAHAM RIDDICK, ELIZABETH STALLING. Clerk of the Court: MILES HARVEY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 301)

PRICKLOVE, ELIZABETH
July 23, 1728. Daughters: LEAH SMITH, RACHEL WILLSON, PRISCILA SANDERS, REBECCA CHANCEY, JUDITH. Grandchildren: JOHN SMITH, SEL- VANUS WILLSON, JUDETH and PRESCILLA SANDERS. Executor: DANIEL CHANCY. Proven before RICH'D EVERARD by ELIZABETH ELIOT.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 302)

PRITLOWE, JOHN
September 8, 1720. May 1, 1728. Daughters: RACHEL WILLSON, JUDITH SANDERS, ELIZABETH ELIOT. Grandson: JOHN SMITH. Wife and Executrix: ELIZABETH. Witnesses: JOSEPH JESSOP and ROBERT MOORE. Proven before RICHARD EVERARD.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 303)

RATLIFF, RICHARD
June 17, 1724. July 14, 1724. Sons: THOMAS and JOSEPH (lands in Virginia and North Carolina). Daughters: ELIZABETH, MARY, SARAH, HULDAH. Wife and Executrix: DAMARIS. Executor: CORNELIUS RATLIFF (brother). Witnesses: ZACHARIAH NIXON, FRANCIS CROXTON, MARY NICHOLSON. Clerk of the Court: RICHD. LEARY.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, page 306)

Redding, John
January 28, 1754. April Court, 1754. "I give and bequeath to Elizabeth Fullenton, my dearly beloved and intended wife, my plantation next to Jesse Eason's." Cousin: John Ellis. Executors: John Davis and Joshua Small (brothers-in-law). Witnesses: Jesse Eason, Joseph Sketo and John Harris. Clerk of the Court: Will. Skinner.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, page 308 & 309)

Reding, Joseph
October 26, 1751. January Court, 1753. Sons: James and John (lands at Ballahack). Daughters: Mary, Rachel and Charity. Executors: James and John (sons). Witnesses: Sturgiss Ederingame, AbraHam Ballard, Jesse Eason. Clerk of the Court: Edmund Hatch.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, page 309)

Reed, Andrew
February 29, 1723. July Court, 1728. Grandsons: William and AnDrew Woodley, Jonathan Keeton (to William is bequeathed an Indian slave). Daughter: Elizabeth Keeton (Executrix), Granddaughter: Mary Woodley. Witnesses: Richd. Skiner, Richd. Ratlif. Clerk of the Court: R. Everard.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, page 309)

Richardson. John
November 28, 1743. January Court, 1743. Son: James. Daughter: Anne Richardson. Wife and Executrix: Mary. Witnesses: James Gibson, John Parrish. Clerk of the Court: Edmund Hatch.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, page 313)

Riddick, Joseph
September 20, 1759. October Court, 1759. Sons: Joseph (plantation bought of Thomas Ward), Kadak (plantation bought of William RounTree. Moses Fields and James Price; also plantation bought of William Moore and William Willson lying in Ballahack), Isaac (lands bought of John Barclif and George Shell "that lyes over Little River upon deep Creek"). Daughter: Mary Riddick. Wife and Executrix: Hannah. Executor: Robert Riddick (brother). Witnesses: Joseph Perry, Benjamin Perry, Job Riddick. Clerk of the Court: Miles Harvey.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, page 314)

Robinson, John
October 1, 1757. January Court, 1758. Sons: Thomas and Rowland. Daughter: Sarah Robinson. Wife: Mary. Executor: Joseph Robinson (brother) and Thomas Robinson (son). Witnesses: John Nixon, Joshua Morris, Sarah Robinson. Clerk of the Court: Miles Harvey.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, page 317)

Robinson, Joseph
June 8, 1717. July 9, 1717. Son: John. Daughter: Sarah Robinson. Wife and Executrix: Jane. Witnesses: Nicholas Guyor, Timothy Clare and Elizabeth Winslow. Clerk of the Court: Richard Leary.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, page 317)

Rountree, Hannah
September 12, 1758. January Court, 1759. Sisters: Sarah HollowEll, Lidy and Ann Rountree. Brother: Moses Rountree. Mother: Sarah Lelly. Brother-in-law: Elisha Lelly. Executor: Nicholas Stallings. Witnesses: Joe Hollowell, Elias Stallings, Abner HolLowell. Clerk of the Court: Miles Harvey.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, page 321)

Rountree, Moses
July 21, 1755. October Court, 1755. Son: Moses (plantation and two negroes). Daughters: Sarah Hol , Hanah, Ledy and Ann RounTree. Wife and Executrix: Sary. Executor: Nicholas Stallings. Witnesses: Joshua White, John White, Abram Hill. Clerk of the Court: Miles Harvey.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, page 321)

Sanders, Abraham
April 6, 1750. October Court, 1751. Sons: John (plantation whereon Richard Waters lives), Benjamin ("plantation whereon I now live"), Abraham (5s). Daughters: Jude Bois, Elizabeth Sanders. Wife: Jude. Executors: Richard Sanders and Joseph White. Witnesses: John Murdaugh, John and Elizabeth White. Friends: Richard Skinner and John Harvey. Clerk of the Court: Edmund Hatch.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 324)

Sanders, Ann
May 12, 1752. July Court, 1752. Sons: Joseph, Banjamin and John Sanders. Daughters: Elizabeth Newby and Lydia Sanders. Granddaughter: Ann Newby. Executors: John and Joseph Sanders (sons). Witnesses: Thos. Newby, Joshua Elliot, Thomas Elliot. Clerk of the Court: Edmund Hatch.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 324)

Sanders, Benjamin
September 30, 1744. October Court, 1744. Sons: Benjamin ("dwelling plantation"), Joseph and John. Daughters: Betty and LIDA. Wife and Executrix: Ann. Executor: Samuel Nube (son-in-law). Witnesses: Joshua Eliot, Ann Elliot. Clerk of the Court: Edmund Hatch.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 324 & 325)

Sanderson, Richard
August 17, 1733. October 15, 1733. Son: Richard ("ye Island of Ocreecock," three negroes and one Indian slave; "the mannor plantation"; "all my lots in Ronoak Town"; "two thirds of ye Sea Flower Brigantine"; one-half of sloop Swallow). Son-in-law: Tuny Williams (five negro slaves; 140 acres of land in Perquimans bordering on son Richard and John Willoughby; one-third of Sea Flower Brigantine and one-half of sloop Swallow). Nephews: Joseph and Richard Sanderson. Brother-in-law: Henry Woodhouse (one Mustee fellow). Sister: Susanna Erwin. Daughter: Elizabeth Pollock. Cousin: Elizabeth Dickson. Nephew: Hezekiah Woodhouse (land "on ye Sandy Bank by the name of Point Lookout"). Daughter: Grace (wife of Tully Williams). Executors: Richard Sanderson (son) and Tully Williams (son-in-law). Witnesses: Clemt. Hall, Thomas Snowden, Thomas TRUMBEL. Clerk of the Court: Charles Denman.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 326 & 327)

Scarborough, Maceora
January 31, 1752. February 18, 1752. Sons: Benjamin, Macrora and William. To Benjamin is given plantation "whereon I now dwell called Springfield," with four negroes, six silver spoons, silver-headed cane, silver shoe buckles, knee buckles. 14 silver vest buttons, black walnut desk and also half of land at Yawpim, called Point Pleasant. To Macrora is devised land at Oak Ridge and four negroes, a silver can, silver watch and black walnut desk, To William is given land bought of Mr. Harvey and Robert Wilson. Daughter: Elizabeth Scarbrough. Wife and Executrix: Elizabeth. Trustees: John Scarbrough (brother), Edmund Hatch (brother-in-law) and William Burgis. Witnesses: Walter Kippin, Joshua Hobart. Cornelius Mullin, Robert Avert, Marthaann KipPin. Proven before Gab. Johnston. Coat of arms on seal.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 330)

Scott, Mary
 March 17, 1691-1692. October 3,1692. Daughters: Hepthenia Walking, Julyanah Taylor. Granddaughter: Johenah Taylor. No executor. Witnesses: Anthony Dawson — Butler. Clerk of the Court: John Stepney
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 331)

Setton, Nathaniel
February 23, 1724-1725. March 30, 1725. Legatees: John Ward, Ruth Gloster, Joseph Setton, Elisabeth Whedbee, Pathanna Set- Ton, James Anderson, Thomas Setton, George Setton and Richard Whedbee. Executors: Richard Whedbee and Thomas Setton. Witnesses: Richard Daves, Richard Skinner, Rebecka Setton. Clerk General Court: Samuel Swann.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 333)

Sharwood, David
November 16, 1722. April 9, 1723. Sons: Jonathan and David (a plantation to each). Wife and Executrix: Jane. Executor: Samuell Phelps. Witnesses: Gabriell Newby, Samuel Phelps, James Citeson (or Cytison). Clerk of the Court: Richd. Leary.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 334)

Sheard, David
August 10, 1740. December 3, 1740. Son: Thomas ("my plantasion and all my lands"). Daughters: Elizabeth and Mary Sheard. Executors: William and John Jones. Witnesses: John Anderson, Jeremiah Barnes, Robert Hall. Proven before W. Smith, C. J.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 334)

Simmons, Mary
September 19, 1722. July 14, 1724. Son: Thomas Peirce. Daughter: Rebeckah Tomes. Grandchildren: Sarah, Joseph, Thomas, Joseph Peirce, Mary Jones, Sarah Pettell, Mary and Isaiah Smith. Executor: Thomas Peirce (land on Sound side). Witnesses: Benjamin Sanders, Charles Denman. Clerk of the Court: Richd. Leary. Executor qualified before C. Gale, C. J.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 338)

Sitterson, James
January 13, 1748. January Court, 1750. Wife: Hannah Sitterson. Sons: James and Samuel. Daughter: Mary Barker. Executors: Wife, Hannah, and son, James. Witnesses: John Harvey, John Nickols, Thomas Nickols. Clerk of Court: Edmund Hatch.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 341)

Skinner, John
July 26, 1769. December 12, 1771. Wife and Executrix: Sarah. Son: Steven (silver shoe buckles, knee buckles and stock buckle, and all remainder of estate real and personal. Provision is made for his schooling in Carolina and other parts). Executors: Evan, Joshua and William Skinner (brothers). Witnesses: Duke Bogue, William JackSon, Joshua Skinner, Jr. Proven before Jo. Martin.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 341)

Skinner, Richard, Jr.
January 10, 1746. January Court, 1746. Wife and Executrix: Sarah. Executor: John Harvey. Witnesses: Samuel Standin, Abram Sanders, Joshua Skinner. Clerk of the Court: Edmund Hatch.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 341)

Skinner, Richard
May 18, 1752. July Court, 1752. Sons: Samuel ("my plantation"), Eavens ("plantation where John Simpson now lives in Chowan"), Joshua (plantation on the Sound Side "formerly called Fendall's," being land purchased of Christian Reed), William ("my backe plantation"), John (plantation lying on the Sound side called "Petifers," being land purchased of Christian Reed). Wife: Sarah ("land where Thomas Munds now lives in Chowan County"). Negroes divided among sons. Friends: Joseph White, John and Benjamin Harvey. Executrix: Sarah Skinner (wife). Witnesses: Jos. White, Peter Jones and John Harvey. Clerk of the Court: Edmund Hatch
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 341)

Smith, James
December 8, 1735. April Court, 1736. Sons: James ("plantation I now- live on"), Solomon (land called Forte Point), John (land called Beaver Dam Neck). Daughters: Elizabeth Smith ("1 mulatter boy"), Mary Smith. Wife and Executrix: Ann. Executor: Mackrora Scarborough. Witnesses: Francis Penrice, Samilell Bounds, John Harman. Clerk of the Court: James Craven.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 345)

Smith, Joseph
October 2, 1724. July 17, 1732. Sons: John, Joseph (land in Bally- hack). Daughter: Elisabeth Smith. Wife and Executrix: Leah. Executor: Samuel Phelps. Witnesses: Robert Wilson, Luke Noblin, Thomas Elliot. Clerk of the Court: Charles Denman.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 346)

Smith, Robert
February 13, 1692-1693. May 1, 1693. Son: Joseph. Daughter: Elizabeth. Son-in-law: Samuel Wood. Executors: William and John Godfrey. Witnesses: Thomas Steele, Elizabeth Godfrey, Samuel Wood. Clerk of the Court: Edward Mayo.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 347)

Snoden, Thomas
February 24, 17-27-1728. October Court, 1736. Sons: John (land in Bertie and stock in his mark, "the said mark being upon Record"), Joseph (land in Bertie), William, George and Samuel (land in Perquimans divided among them), Solomon and Lamuell. Executors: Samuel Swann and Jno. Snoden. Witnesses: Richard Robins, AbraHam Jenett, Thos. Trumble. Clerk of the Court: James Craven.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 351)

Snouck, Daniel
June 1, 1712. Friends: Thomas Lily, John, Sarah, Margaret and Elizabeth Lily (children of Thomas). Wife and Executrix: Marorett. Executor: William Kitshing. Witnesses: William Carman, Timothy Taylor, Francis Johnes. Clerk of the Court: Richard Leary.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 351)

Snowden, Joseph
November 20, 1740. January Court, 1740. Brothers: John, George and William Snowden. Niece: Thomson Snowden. Executors: John and William Snowden (brothers). Witnesses: Benjamin Baptiss, Aaron Moses, William Layden. Clerk of the Court: Edmund Hatch.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 351)

Snowdon, Elizabeth
May 31,1744. January Court, 1744. Sons: William, Francis, George and Isack Layden. Granddaughter: Elizabeth Layden. Grandsons: Robert and Joseph Warren. Executors: George and Francis Layden (sorts). Witnesses: Samll. Swann, Sarah Swann, Mary Swann. Clerk of the Court: Edmund Hatch.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 351)

Spight, Thomas
April 9, 1737. April 27, 1737. Sons: Isaac ("plantation whereon I now dwell"), Moses. Daughters: Rachel and Ruth Jorden and Zilpah Blanchard. Wife and Executrix: Mary. Witnesses: Richard Pearce, Gefery Hubbard, Thos. Rowntree. Proven before W. Smith, C. J.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 355)

Stepney, John
November 11, 1750. January Court, 1750. Sons: John (three plantations, one lying on Indian Creek, and one negro). Samuel ("plantation whereon I now live" and plantation on Indian Creek, together with one negro). Daughters: Sarah, Mary, Marcey, Elizabeth and Rachel. Wife and Executrix: Sarah. Executors: John Stepney (son) and Zachariah Nixon. Witnesses: Thomas Callaway, William Wyatt, Levy Haughton. Clerk of the Court: Edmund Hatch.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 360)

Stepney, John
February 2,1754. April Court, 1754. Sons: William, John. Daughter: Mary Stepney. Wife and Executrix: Elizabeth. Executor: William Wyatt. Witnesses: Joshua Harman, Breathard Truelove. Clerk of the Court: William Skinner
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 360)

Stevenson, William
July 18, 1738. July Court, 1739. Grandsons: William ("1 Church Bybel and silverware marked W. S."), John, Joseph and Thomas Stevenson ("all the residue of my estate"). Son and Executor: John. Witnesses: William Ambler, Joseph Buncombe, James Turnbull. Clerk of the Court: James Craven.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 361 & 362)

Steward, William
August 11, 1709. Wife and Executrix: Elizabeth. Sons: William and Joseph. Daughters: Mary and Patience. Witnesses: French and Eliz. French. No probate. The signature of John Lawson appears on the back of this will.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 362)

Steward, William
April 11, 1711. Sons: William and Joseph. Daughters: Patience, Elizabeth and Mary. Wife and Executrix: Elizabeth. Witnesses: French and French. Clerk of the Court: Edwd. Benwicke.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 362)

Stone, John
October 14, 1744. January Court, 1744. Sons: John, William and Moses. Wife and Executrix: Mary (land on Veases Creek). Executor: Ralph Fletcher. Witnesses: John Perry, John Mundlen, Roger Ken Yon. Clerk of the Court: Edmund Hatch.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 363)

Sumner, James
March 26, 1750. May 14, 1750. Sons: Luke (two plantations), James (three plantations), Seth (land on Sutton's Creek), David (plantation "where David Kelley now lives"), Robert, William and Josiah (200 pounds current money of Virginia to each). To each of sons is bequeathed negro slaves, and to Josiah is devised houses and lots in Suffolk, Virginia. Daughters: Mary and Penelope (200 pounds in money and two negroes to each). Wife and Executrix: Mary. Witnesses: Thomas Hurdle, Demsey Sumner. Good impression of castle on seal.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 365)

Sutton, Joseph
January 20, 1694-1095. April Court, 1696. Sons: Joseph, Christopher, George and Nathaniel. Wife and Executrix: Deliverance. Witnesses: Jenkin Williams, Francis Foster, William Barrow. Clerk of the Court: W. Glover.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 366)

Sutton, Joseph
January 11, 1723-1724. March 10, 1723. Sons: George and Joseph ("plantation I now live on"). To Joseph is also given two negroes, and to George two negroes. Daughters: Pashence and Elizabeth (six silver spoons, one silver cup and silver tankard). Grandson: Thomas Sutton. Executors: Richard Whidbee (brother) and George Sutton (son). Witnesses: Richard Ratliff, William Wood, William Barber. Proven before Geo. Burrington.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 366)

Sutton, Joseph
January 15, 1723-1724. March 26, 1724. Son: Christopher (land and negroes). Daughters: Sarah and Elizabeth (land called Edghill L.eavels), Mary (land on Sutton's Creek), Hannah (land on Sipros (Cypress) Swamp). Brothers: George and Nathaniel Sutton. Wife and Executrix: Rebeckah. Executors: Peter Jones and Richard Whidby. Witnesses: Francis Craxton, Richard Rattliff, William Jones. Proven before Gab. Johnston.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 366)

Sutton, Mary
November 14, 1738. January Court, 1738. Mother: Rebecka Den- Man. Sisters: Sarah Thomas and Elizabeth Moulin. Brother and Executor: Christopher Sutton (plantation on Sutton's Creek'). Cousin and Executor: Joseph Sutton. Witnesses: Benjamin Baptist, Ann Barber. Clerk of the Court: James Craven.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 366 & 367)

Swann, Samuel

January 8, 1753. April Court, 1753. Daughters: Mary, wife of Richard Claten (lands on sound side, and lands lying to westward of aforesaid), Sarah, Ann, Elizabeth, Martha, Jane and Margaret. Other legatees: Jesse Hendley ("one-half my Allegator land"), John Vail (brother). Executors: John and Jeremiah Vail (brothers). Witnesses: John Smith, Susannah Vail (?), William Wollards. Clerk of the Court: Edmund Hatch. Swann seal used.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 368)

Swann, Samuel
September 12, 1707. April 20, 1708. Sons: William (bible and seal ring), Sampson, Henry and Thomas (land between Muddy Creek and Marshy Gutt; lightwood on Grassy Point land, one pitch kettle "to Boyle Tarr"; "all the goods I have sent for from London—shagathee. shalloon and silk to make them a suit"); Samuel and John. Daughters: Elizabeth and Sarah Swann. Brother: Richard Bland, of Virginia. Wife and Executrix: Elizabeth ("my plantation whereon I now live during her life and then to son, Samuel"). Witnesses: Elizabeth Thickyen, Ann Moseley, John Lillington, Francis Foster, Edwd. Moseley. Clerk of the Court: J. Knight. Impression of what seems to be a coronet on seal. Letters testamentary with a copy of will is annexed to this will, signed by W. Glover and sealed with the seal of the proprietors—A cross surrounded by coat of arms of the eight lords proprietors.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 368)

Taylor, Lemuell
November 3, 1719. July Court, 1720. Son: Lemuell (plantation and one negro). Wife and Executrix: Jean. Witnesses: Danell Hall, James Cheson, Jo. Gates. Clerk of the Court: Wm. Habel.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 372)

Thoms, Joseph
February 9, 1728. March Court, 1727-1728. Brothers: James and John. Other legatees: Joseph, Mary, Sarah and Dammeres Ratleff. Executor: Richard Davis. Witnesses: Thomas Ratliff, Hannah Nickleson. Proven before Richard Everard.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 376)

Tomes, Francis
September 5, 1729. No probate. Daughters: Mary Newby (plantation bought of James Thickpen, also a tract of land on Usess Creek bought of William More), Elizabeth Phelps ("land I had in exchange from StePhen Gibbons for my land called ye Image," also plantation adjoining Rachell Barrow called Clagisters), Priscilla Jones, Margaret Tomes (land on Bull Branch), Pleasant Winslow (land on Usess Creek). Son: Francis (land "whereon I now live"). Negroes bequeathed to children. Wife and Executrix: Rebeckah. Friends: Joseph and Thomas Jessop and William More and Thomas Winslow. Executor: Nathan Newbt (son-in-law). Witnesses: J. Jessop, Richard Chesten, Ralph Fletcher, R. Everard. Letters granted October 6, 1729.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 377 & 378)

Tomes, Joshua
March 4, 1731-1732. April Court, 1732. Son: Foster (land and negroes). Daughters: Sarah Tomes (one negro), Hannah Maudlin and Meriam Sutton. Son-in-law: Christopher Sutton. Grandsons: Joshua and William Sherro. Wife and Executrix: Rebeckah (plantation and three negroes). Executors: Foster Tomes (son), Joseph Sutton and Charles Denman. Witnesses: Charles Denman, Margaret and John Charles. Clerk of the Court: Charles Denman.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 378)

Tomlin, John
July 7, 1715. Son: William (plantation, live stock, etc.). Brother and Executor: William Tomlin. Witnesses: Albert Albertson, Sr., Albert Albertson, Jr., and Thomas Stafford. No probate.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 378)

Toms, Mary
March 30, 1713. January Court, 1717-1718. Legatees: William Plater, Vesty Lewis, Elisabeth Pritlow, Rachell Lorence, Elizabeth, daughter of brother, William Nickollson. Executors: Joseph and Mary Gloster. Witnesses: Ralph Fletcher, Jean Fletcher, Edward Thomas, James Bales, Elizabeth Ieedlett (?), James Theckpu. Clerk of the Court: Richard Leary.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 378)

Townsen, John
August 10, 1737. October Court, 1739. Brother and Executor: William Townsen. Daughter of brother: Ann Townsen. Witnesses: Zach. Chancey, Priscilla Sanders, Rebecca Chancey. Clerk of the Court: James Craven.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 380)

Trotter, William
March 28, 1729. December 16, 1729. Daughter: Dorothy Trotter ("my plantation"). Wife and Executrix: Mary. Sisters: Elisabeth Newby and Elisabeth Trotter. Witnesses: Francis Newry. Moses and Margaret Elliot. Proven before Richd. Everard. Nuncupative codicil dated December 10, 1729, and proven before Ezekiel Maudlin by William Green, Jesse Newby and William Morris, devises lands in York County, Virginia, to daughter.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 380)

Trowell, Joseph
January 29, 1735. April Court, 1736. Wife and Executrix: Tabitha. Son: Joseph. Witnesses: Sam. Taylor, James Beasly. Clerk of the Court: James Craven
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 380)

Turner, John
March 3, 1717-1718. April 8, 1718. Brother: William Bastabell. Other legatees: Thomas Peirce (Executor) and Mary Pierce. Witnesses: Wm. Wood, Cattron Davis, Thomas Peirce. Clerk of the Court: Richard Leary. Impression of head on seal with letters "o a v."
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 383)

Turner, Richard
April 14, 1719. Daughters: Elizabeth Newby and Hannah Bas- Table. Son-in-law: William Bastable. Grandson: Samuel Newby. Wife and Executrix: Bridget. Witnesses: Robert Wilson, Samuel Phelps, James Littleson. Clerk of the Court: Richd. Leary.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 383)

Turner, Robart
April 15, 1742. July Court, 1743. Son: Joseph. Daughter: Mary Turner. Wife and Executrix: Ann. Witnesses: Peter Albordson, Thomas Jessop. Clerk of the Court: Edmund Hatch.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 383)

Warren, Abraham
October 26, 1739. July Court, 1740. Son: Henry (plantation "I now live on"). Other children: mentioned, but not named. Other legatees: John and Jeames Chesson, Christopher Denman. Creditors: Sarah and Susannah Sutten. Wife and Executrix: Sarah. Executor: Richard Skinner. Witnesses: John Creese, Mary Creese, John Stepney. Clerk of the Court: James Craven.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 393)

Warren, Sarah
October 1, 1730. Sons-in-law: Abraham Jones, John Arnold (Executor). Other legatee: Ann Crawthers, daughter of Nathan Crawthers. Witnesses: John Falconer, Abraham Warren, Sarah Warren. No probate.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 394)

Watkins, Thomas
January 3, 1754. January Court, 1754. Legatees: John and Richard Whedbee, John Morris and Samuell Newby. Executor: John Whiddee. Witnesses: William Foster, Potsefull Pierce, Mary Whedbee. Clerk ofthe Court: Edmund Hatch.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 394)

Wharrey, Anthony
September 17, 1716. July 8, 1718. Son: Joshua. Wife and Executrix: Sarah. Executor: Thomas Harvey. Witnesses: Francis Smith. Samuell Wyatt, Ann Ray. Clerk of the Court: Richard Leary.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 399)

Whary, Joshua
January 28, 1729. August 18, 1730. Brother: Anthony Whary. Sisters: Elizabeth, Rachel. Sarah and Mary Whary. Executor: Robert Bevines. Witnesses: John Arnal, Elizabeth Arnal, John Stepney. Proven before Gab. Johnston.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 399)

Whedbee, Richard
January, 1746. July Court, 1746. Sons: John (plantation and one negro), Richard (land known as Broken Beeches and one negro), George (three negroes), Benjamin and Joseph (two negroes to each). Daughters: Elizabeth Pratt, Deborah Wilkens, Sarah Haskens (two negroes to each). Wife and Executrix: Hannah (two negroes). Executors: Christian and Joseph Reed (brothers-in-law). Witnesses: Samuel Snowden, Elizabeth Reed, Catherine Davis. Clerk of the Court: Edmund Hatch.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 400)

White, Arnold
April 24, 1751. July Court, 1752. Sons: Samuel and Arnold (plantation divided between them). Wife and Executrix: Elizabeth. Witnesses: Peter Parker, Jacob Overman, Mary Parker. Clerk of the Court: Edmund Hatch.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 401)

White, John
February 16, 1730-1731. March 10, 1730. Son: John. Daughters: Rachel White (land bought of Francis Nube (newby), Sarah, Elizabeth and Hulde. Sister: Mary. Wife and Executrix: Sarah. Witnesses: John Lille, James , William White. Proven before George BURRINGTON.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 402)

Wiat, John
April 9, 1738. June 15, 1739. Son: William (lands and negroes). Daughters: Sarah Standing (lands on Mings Creek and Bridge Creek), Elizabeth Gates. Brother: Josheway Long (land known as Normond's Folly). Wife and Executrix: Rachel. Executors: William Wiat and Thomas Peirce. Witnesses: Thomas Calloway, Wm. Hosking, William Long. Proven before W. Smith.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 406)

Wiat, Thomas
April 28, 1735. July 23, 1735. Brothers: Thomas Long, Samuell Wiat, William Long, Joshua Long (Executor). Witnesses: John StepNey, William Hoskins (or Horkins). No probate officer.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 406)

Williams, Eliza
November 8, 1745. December 3, 1745. Sons: John and Anthony Hatch. Daughter: Penelope Williams (1 negro). Ten silver spoons bequeathed to son and daughter. Other legatees: Benjamin Baptist and Bryan Fossett. Executors: Mcrora Scarbrough and Edmund Hatch (brother). Witnesses: Samuel Snowden, Sarah Snowden, Francis Laydbn. Proven before E. Hall.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 409)

Williams, Joseph
June 28, 1772. Sons: James and Joseph (plantation between Garrgut and the Mill Swamp "whereon I now live"), William, Nathaniel. Daughters: Elizabeth, Mary and Ann Williams. Wife and Executrix: Frances. Witnesses: William Skinner, Robert Haines, Nicholas Brainer. Clerk of the Court: Miles Harvey.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 411)

Willson, Elizabeth
Only a portion of this will is found, and mentions sons, James, Isaac and Robert. All dates missing.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 414)

Willson, Isaac
June 13, 1714. July 13, 1714. Sons: Benjamin, Robert and Isaac. Daughter: Ann. Wife and Executrix: Ann. Witnesses: Ja. Cavana. Thomas Wilkison. Clerk of the Court: Henry Clayton.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 414)

Willson, Isaac
October 3, 1724. December 29, 1724. Brothers: Robert and BenjaMin Willson. Nephews: Joseph Willson, Isaac Willson (plantation on Perquimans River "where Capt. Pettiver now lives"). Niece: Rachel Willson. Other legatees: Joseph and Thomas Elliott. Mother: Ann Pettiver. Uncle and Executor: Ralph Bozman. Witnesses: Ruth Minge, Robert More, Elizabeth Flower. Proven before Edward Moseley.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 414 & 415)

Willson. Robert
April 28, 1693. January 11, 1696. Grandchildren: Robert and Ann Willson, Sarah and Ester Belman. Son: Isaac. Daughter: Sarah Belman. Wife and Executrix: Ann. Plantation devised to son, location of land not given. Witnesses: John Copeland, Richd. Ratclyfe, ElizaBeth Ratclyff. Proven before John Archdale, Daniel Akehilrst, Francis Tomes and Samuel Swann, Justices of Court, sitting at house of Samuel Swann.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 415)

Wilson, Isaac
October 30, 1749. April Court, 1751. Sons: Robert. James. Daughters: Rachel and Miriam Willson. Wife and Executrix: Elizabeth. Witnesses: Jacob Perry, Senr., Jacob Perry, Israel Perry. Clerk of the Court: Edmund Hatch.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 416)

Wilson, Joseph
April 24, 1752. July Court, 1752. Daughters: Elizabeth (land on Wilson's Creek), Mary (land adjoining Matthew Pritchard). Son: Reuben ("maner plantation"). Wife and Executrix: Mary. Executor: Robert Newby. Witnesses: Jacob Wilson, William Townsend, Rachel WinsLow. Clerk of the Court: Edmund Hatch.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 416)

Winslow, John
January 25, 1753. Daughters: Elizabeth, Hannah and Easter. Sons: Benjamin and Israel (lands divided between them), John and Joseph. Wife and Executrix: Easter. Witnesses: Nicholas Stallings, Joshua and Thomas White. Clerk of the Court: Miles Harvey.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 419)

Winslow, John
April 17, 1754. July Court, 1754. Sons: Josiah (one negro), Thomas and Samuel (lands divided between them). Daughter: Miriam. Wife and Executrix: Mary. Witnesses: William Weekes. Thomas Weekes, Jr., Benjamin Roberts. Clerk of the Court: Richard Clayton.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 419)

Winslow, Joseph
September 26. 1750. January Court, 1750. Son: Joseph (land on Core Neck). Daughters: Lydia Winslow (lands near head of Little River), Mary Winslow, Miriam Winslow (land called Grassy Ridge). Negroes bequeathed to son. Wife and Executrix: Pleasant. Executors: William White and Francis Toms. Witnesses: Joshua Horart, TruMan Moore, John Robertson. Clerk of the Court: Edmund Hatch.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 419)

Winslow, Thomas
January 9, 1744. January Court, 1745. Sons: Thomas and Timothy (negro to each), John (1 negro), Job (plantation in Pasquotank County near Newbegun Creek). Daughters: Elizabeth and Miriam (negroes to each). Executors: Thomas and Jobe Winslow (sons). Witnesses: Thomas Hollowell, Josiah Bogur, Truman Moore. Clerk of the Court: Edmund Hatch.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 419)

Winslow, Thomas
January 21, 1746-1747. April Court, 1747. Sons: Jesse, Thomas ("my manah plantation"). Negroes are bequeathed to above-named sons. Daughter: Elizabeth Winslow. Wife and Executrix: Sarah. Executors: Francis Tomes and Zachariah Nixon. Witnesses: Abraham Elliot and Mary Winslow. Clerk of the Court: Edmund Hatch.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 419)

Winslow, Timothy
April 26, 1752. July Court, 1752. Sons: Jacob, Timothy, Obed (land to each), Caleb (land on Little River). Daughter: Mary Winslow.  To sons and daughter are bequeathed negroes. Wife and Executrix: Rachel. Executor: John Winslow (brother). Witnesses: Esther WinSlow, Sarah Elliot, Thomas Newby. Clerk of the Court: Edmund Hatch.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 419 & 420)

Wolfenden, John
September 4, 1691. No probate. Executor: Richard Evans. Witnesses: John Lilly, Stephen Manwaring.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 422)

Wright. Samuel
September 9, 1717. July 29, 1718. Sons: Thomas (land on Little River). Samuel. Wife and Executrix: not named. Witnesses: Thomas Stafford, George Gorden. Clerk of the Court: R. Hicks.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 425)

Wright, Samuel
March 6, 1754. April Court, 1754. Sons: Thomas and Samuel. Daughters: Mary and Hannah Wright. Wife and Executrix: Elizabeth. Executor: Nathaniel Welch. Witnesses: Hanner Ellet, JeMime Dowdy, Isaac Sitterson. Clerk of the Court: Richard Clayton.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 425)

 

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