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Jesse Haynes, 1842

TSL&A Microfilm - Roll #91
Probate Records (County or Chancery Court)
Wills Vol. 1 - 5; July 1789 - July 1904

Transcribed by Linda Carpenter

County Court Clerk's Office
Will Book - Vol. II
May 1823 - June 1842

(Page 293)

I Jesse Haynes Being in sound and perfect mind and perfect understanding do make and publish this my last and only Will, and do hereby revoke and make null and void, all previous wills by me at any time made.

Item 1st: I give at my death to my son Elijah Haynes, one hundred dollars and no more.

Item 2nd: I give to my daughter Elizabeth White, three hundred dollars and no more.

Item 3rd: I give to my son George Haynes, Five Hundred and no more.

Item 4th: I give to my son Jesse Haynes, Eight Hundred Dollars and no more.

Item 5th: I give to my son Louis Haynes, a lot or parcel of land known by the name of Soul Tract containing about thirty acres be the same more or less and no more.

Item 6th: I give to my grand daughter formerly Mary Haynes now Mary Danner, two hundred dollars and no more.

Item 7th: I give to my grand daughter Frances Davison daughter of Judath Davison fifty dollars and no more.

Item 8th: I give to my daughter Harriett C. Haynes twelve hundred dollars to make her equal with my daughter Parolee Moore.

Item 9th: I give all the balance of my property, both real and personal to my wife Francis A. Haynes, to my two daughters Caroline H. Hall and Harriett C. Haynes, to be equally divided between them share and share alike.

Item 10th: I constitute and appoint Louis Haynes and William Hall, my Executors without being required to give security for the faithful performance of this duty as Executors, as witness my hand and seal this 3rd day of March 1842. Jesse Haynes (Seal)


Thomas M. Patterson
Woodson Winn

State of Tennessee, Sumner County Court May Term 1842  - The last Will and Testament of Jesse Haynes dec'd, was produced in open Court for probate and was dully proved by the oaths of Thomas M. Patterson and Woodson Winn, subscribing witnesses thereto. There being no bond or security required of the Executors, by the Testator. The same is ordered to be recorded. The Executors thereupon appeared in open Court and took the oath of Executor prescribed by law.

Copy Test - Wm. S. Munday, Clerk  



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