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Thomas WALTERS

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Kay Haden
305 Twinleaf Court
Jacksonville, FL 32259
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Will: Will dated 25 Aug 1795 with Codicil on 18 Feb 1796. I assume the 18 Apr 1796 date was the date of probate so he died between 18 Feb and 18 Apr. Wife Lucy received the home plantation and slaves. Others named with specific bequests were: son Clement, slave; son William, land & plantation adj Charles Colley & slave; son Abraham, slave, horse & saddle & plantation after death of wife; grandson John, son and heir of son Thomas, deceased, received the 200 acres where Thomas, dec'd had lived adj McMurry and a horse; daughter Margaret, slave, horse & saddle, furniture, etc. After the decease of Lucy the personal estate was to be divided between children: John, Robert, Archer, Obediah, William, Abraham, Wilmoth Scott, Agatha Mathis, Lucy Walker, and Margaret Walters. Signed: Thomas (X) Walters. Wit: George Dodson, Jackson Walters, John Madding Pittsylvania Co D&W 10, pp.366-368
Codicil stated that negro bequested Abraham was near death and provided for another.