William Everett d1788. Winton Will Book 1 page 37 4 Sept. 1788. I give to my son John M. Everitt one negro boy Will after my wife's widowhood also 400 acres of land on the upper side of the Horse Penn, to be possessed when he reaches 21. I give to my son Thomas Everitt one negro boy Amos, & after my wife's widowhood, my plantation whereon I now live, after the death of my wife or the marriage of all my daughters, viz: Polly, Sucky, Nancy, Salley, & Tempe. I give to my son in law William Dyess 100a lying between Chandlers land & the upper page of the Gassery Pond. I give to my loving wife Nancy Everitt my plantation & land for her natural life. Also I lend her all the rest of my personal estate for her widowhood, thereafter all my estate but that I have already give to my sons should be equally divided between my six daughters, viz: John M. Everitt I ordaine my son William Dyess & my loving wife, Nancy Everitt joint Executors. (s) Witnesses: Jacob Braziel, Jacob Knight, Thomas hisXmark Mark.
Henry Everitt will signed 23 Mar 1825 estate probated 6 June 1825, Barnwell Probate Bndl 45 Pkg 4. Barnwell Will Book B p243, to wife Cloe, the plantation I now live on as far as the Jones Corner then straight across to the Adams corner from there to the Jacksonborough ? also one negro girl named Hannah, the land to descend to my youngest son Henry Everett. After her lifetime or widowhood the girl Hannah to be equally divided among my three sons. 2. I give to my son Wiggins Everitt a certain part of a tract of land beginning at a certain stake on to the swamp joining lands of L.W. Ayer. 3. I give to my son William Everitt the Jones tract of land & the remainder of the Miller tract of land. 4. My negro Fellow Sam be sold to pay my debts & if he does not pay them for my wife Chloe to point out such other property as she thinks best to pay them. 5. I give unto my eldest son Thomas Everitt $1. It is my will that the balance of my property if any after paying my debts be equally divided among my 3 sons Wiggins, Wm., & Hy. Everitt, & my wife Chloe to take charge of the property of the two youngest until they come of age. Ex: son Wiggins Everitt & Matthew Moye. Wit: Wm. Sexton, Ethelred Chitty. 6 June 1825. Chloe Everitt remarried before 3 Sept. 1827. 18 Oct. 1825 estate appraised, including two negroes at $875, for $1720 by Ethelred Chitty, T.F. Bamberg, Wm. Breland, Jacob hisJmark Hersh. The estate was sold 21 Nov. 1825 for $861, including Chloe Everett's purchase of one cow, but not including the negro girl. Wiggens Everett petitions to sell perishable goods & the negro girl, stating his mother has remarried 3 Sept. 1827. 24 Sept. 1827 Wiggins Everett sold his mother's share for about $570 (no total) including Hannah for $432.98.
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