Will Book 2
Page 12: The will of John Gibbs mentions daughter, Susanna Gill. Dated: 23 Jan. 1773.
Page 110: Will of Jacob Gill of Dale Parish and Chesterfield Co. Item: To Jacob Handy, son of Elizabeth Handy, land & Plantation whereon I now live, containing 140 acres. Item: Elizabeth Handy, widow of Daniel Handy, may live on said land during her natural life. Also, all my Estate both real and personal. Executor: Elizabeth Handy. Dated: 7 Oct. 1766. Jacob Gill (mark)
Page 114: Inventory of Estate of John Gill. Signed by Daniel Gill.
Page 115: Will of John Gill of Dale Parish and Chesterfield Co. Item: To nephew John Gill, son of my brother, Peter Gill, 200 acres on north side of Youle's Branch, adjoining Thomas Dance, Thomas Rowlett, and William Totty Senr. This was the upper part of 400 acres of land that fell to me by my brother Webster Gill, and the part whereon the plantation stands. Item: To Edward Dance, son of Thomas Dance, the remaining part of the said tract of 400 acres.
Executor: Daniel Gill, brother John Gill (mark) Dated: 15 Sept. 1764. Witnesses: William More, Aron Watts, John Bott
Page 117: Appraisal of Estate of Jacob Gill. Signed by William Glascock, Henry Dance, and John Williams.
Page 120: Accounts of Estate of Peter Gill.
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