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35. Hinchia MABRY Jr.16 was born about 1723. He died about 1755 at the age of 32 in Brunswick County, Virginia.

Hinchia Jr. married Celia Evans, probably about 1747.

Hinchia Sr made gifts of land to his sons between March of 1746 and 1751: 5 Mar 1746, 200 acres to Hinchia Jr.

Hinchia Jr. wrote his will on 2 Apr 1755, dying only weeks later in his early thirties. He named three sons - Evans b. about 1748 who married Elizabeth Butler, Hinchia, b. 1752 who married Dolly Clack, Seth born circa 1754 who married Elizabeth Seawell. Also named was a daughter Hannah, born about 1750. In the will Hinchia specified that Richard Hill was to have the care of Hannah. Hinchia's father Hinchia Sr and brother Joel were to be executors. The will was proved 27 May 1755 but the estate not settled until Nov 1768 when the children came of age.

28 Nov 1768, Brunswick Co WB 3, p.761. Record of accounts for the estate of Hinchia Jr. mentions payments to Hinchy Mabry, Mrs. Hannah Hill, Evans Mabry and Seth Mabry. Joel Mabry was the "surviving" executor.

Celia EVANS (private).

Hinchia MABRY Jr. and Celia EVANS had the following children:



Evans MABRY died in 1809 in Greensville County, Virginia.21

Evans married Elizabeth Butler.



Hinchia MABRY III21 died about 1800. This Hinchia married 3 May 1787 in Brunswick Co VA to Dolly Clack, daughter of John Clack & Mary Kennon. John Clack also had a sister named Dolly who probably was the wife of James Bilbo. Many places online have confused these two Dollys and show the older Dolly as married to both men - this is incorrect. Some of these databases also show the older Dolly as married to Hinchia "Jr" who had died in 1755. John Clack was the son of James Clack, II & Mary Sterling.

Brunswick Co DB 15
Division of slaves left to Mary Kennon Clack after the death of John. Only five of then children are named - there were several others but perhaps by 1794 they were deceased or living too far away to take part in the division.
TO James Clack John & Suckey TO J. S. Clack Nancy, Beckey Fanny & Nelson TO Richard Clack, Betty, Sally, Patsy, Austin and Matt. Benjamin & Elizabeth Turner, Milin and Franky TO Hinchia & Dolly Mabry, Amey, George, Wilks, Alie & Fanney - we the subscribers after making a calculation of the expenses of the above parcel of Negroes which our mother may Mary(?) Clack has her life in and at her death is to be divided between her surviving children . . . find them to be of such a nature as not to be of any value to her our said mother therefore have thought proper for her benefit to make the above division of such such [sic] a part of them as she hath thought proper to let us have which division is to be binding on us our heirs &c for all such as in this division is mentioned and then future increase not withstanding it is to be on her power to take them from us at any time she may think proper during life but at her death they are to return to their places again agreeable to this division either of us dying before her notwithstanding and for bliging us to stand to and abide by such division as is above stated we do bind ourselves our heirs &c on the penalty of thousand pounds In Witness our hand and seals this 31th day of January 1794. Signed by James Clack, John S. Clack, Benjamin Turner, Elizabeth Turner, Richard Clack, Hinchia Mabry and Dolley Mabry, and witnessed by Howell Allen (his mark) and Wm. Edwd. Brodnax. Brunswick County Court February 24th 1794. This Instrument of Writing was proved by the oaths of the witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 503.



Hannah MABRY21 was born (date unknown). Hannah married 1st Richard Hill. She married 2nd on 20 Jun 1771 to William Parham.



Seth MABRY was born about 1752.21 He died on 2 November 1826 at the age of 74 in Wilson County, Tennessee.21

Seth married 16 Jun 1771 to Elizabeth Seawell, Brunswick Co VA.