Scioto County Ohio
Brubaker, John - dated Jan. 1, 1810; recorded (not given). Brother Abraham Brubaker to have all lands and estate and to pay other brothers and sisters (not named) $300, in six years. Executor, John Stover. Signed: John (his mark) Brubaker. Witnesses: Peter Lionbarger Jr. and Peter Lionbarger Sr.
Dugan, Thomas - dated Jan. 22, 1809; recorded (not given). Wife, Nancy, also to serve as executrix. Eldest son, Adison Dugan born 15 Feb 1804. Youngest son, James Dugan born 22 Nov 1806. Signed: Thomas Dugan. Witnesses: Wm. Collings, William Talbott and Dan'l Bolinghouse.
McKinney, Daniel - dated Apr. 13, 1812; recorded (not given). Wife Mary to have 50 acres testator purchased from Samuel Vanhook. Sons: Solomon, William Thomas Berry, Theodore and Daniel McKinney. First wife's two children: Tisha and Selah McKinney. Second wofe's daughter, Cynthia. Brother William's widow (not named) 3 acres west fork of Limestone Creek in Kentucky bounded by lands of Edward Martin and others. Bequeath to Hiram Devowe (no relationship if any is stated). Owned land in Ohio and Kentucky. Executor: Duncan McArthur. Signed: Daniel McKinney. Witnesses James Edison, John Collison and Hiram (his mark) Devowe.
Salladay, Phillip - dated Mar. 19, 1813; recorded (not given). Wife Christena, Sons: George, John, Samuel and David; Daughters: Elizabeth, Mary, Nancy, Neely and Sally. Executors; son, George Salladay amd mathew Curran. Signed: Phillip Salladay. Witnesses: Alex'r Curran, Thompson Sebring and Elizabeth (her mark) Sebring.
Scarborough, John of Alexandria - dated Dec. 29, 1812; recorded (not given). Mother, Mary Scarborough to have 565 1/2 acres in Madison Co., on waters of Deer Creek part of entry #6781 entered by John Scarborough containing 1,111 acres on part of military warrant #3414; she is also to serve as executrix. Signed John Scarborough. witnesses: Silas Cole, Ezra Bradford and John Brooks.
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