1 Sep 1747. Hinchia Sr gave 100 acres to his son Ephraim.
Ephraim married Mary Poole, daughter of William Poole & Elizabeth Watson. He went to Fairfield SC about 1770 - some of her family had located on the Broad River in Camden District, SC.
Ephraim and sons Joel and Daniel are believed to fought in the Revolution.
In 1778, Ephraim Mabry wrote his will in the presence of Phillip Combs & Elizabeth Duke. He was still living 2 Nov 1785 when he bought land next to Adam Poole, his brother-in-law, but by April of 1787, the land where he had lived was described as land of Mary Mabry. When Ephraim died, the family had to locate the witnesses who had moved to Georgia, because the will was "lost during the late troubles". The two witnesses made their deposition in Wilkes Co, GA, 14 May 1789. After giving 10#'s to his married children and a cow & calf to those still at home, he left everything else to his wife to disposes as she saw cause. Mary was granted administration 14 Aug 1789.
Mary Mabry wrote her own will 22 Jan 1807 and died later that year. Son Daniel qualified in Fairfield Co as executor and also applied for letters of administration on his father's estate which was granted. There exists further evidence that as lated as November of 1819, thes estates had not yet been settled.
Mary was the daughter of William Poole and Elizabeth Tapley.
Ephraim MABRY and Mary POOLE had the following children:
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