Will of
Aquilla QUICK, 1813

Contributed by Patsy Quick, 24 May 1999


Will of Aquilla Quick 
The state of South Carolina     

In the name of God amen,  I Aquilla Quick of the District of Marlbough and State aforesaid (Planter) 
being very sick and weak of body, but of perfect mind and memory,  thanks be given to God, calling 
unto mind the mortality of my body and that all men are once to die,  do make and ordain this my last 
will and testament;  and first of all I give and  recommend my soul to Almighty God, who gave it, and 
my body to the earth to be buried in a decent Christian burial at the discretion of my Executors, and 
touching such worldly affairs as God has been pleased to blefts me with in this life,  I give demise 
and dispose of the same in the following manner and form.
FIRST,  I give and bequeath to my youngesr daughter Ann all that track or parsel of land lying on the 
North side of Crooked Creek containing three hundred acres (more or less) being all I prossess on 
the north side of Creek, together with half my household furniture and two negro girls Ella and Maria 
and my stock of cattle on said north side Crooked creek and two horses and half my stock of hogs.  
To my daughter Mercy,  I give and bequeath five hundred acres know by the name of the cowpens,  and 
the other half of my household furniture and two negro girls known as  Lucy and Hannah and the stock 
of cattle on the above land and two horses and the other half of my hogs.  To my son Stephen, the 
plantation where on he now lives,  containing three hundred acres.  To my nephew Zachariah Quick,  
I  bequeath the plantation whereon he now lives, containing  one hundred acres,  and to my own 
begotten children  Judith  Viner,  Nancy Chavis, Charlotte Lochlier and Aquilla Quick, I bequeath  
one hundred acres of land each, in the fork of Lightwood Knott and Crooked Creek, to be marked off 
and divided among them by my Executors.  To my Grandson Lodowick,  (Aquilla's Son) I give my upper 
plantation know by my home place,  containting ,  one hundred acres more or less and a negro girl 
named Mace, and to my Grandson  Tristram,  Stephens son  I give my negro boy named Allen., and to 
all my other children not mentioned above and to James Quick my Grandchild,  I give and bequeath 
all the remaining part of my property not given or  bequethed above,  to be equally divied among 
them by my Executors and moreover I appoint my son Stephen Quick and Thomas Quick my sole and  
lawful executors.  And I do hereby utterly disavow, revoke and disannul  all and every  other 
testaments wills, legacies, bequeaths and Executors,  by me before now in my life named willed,
 bequeath or appointed, ratifying and confirming this my and only this to be my last will and 
testament.   

In witness where of I here unto set my hand and seal,  this  day of A.D. 1813 in the 37th year of 
the Independence of American , signed, sealed, published and by  P. Aquilla Quick as his last 
Will and Testament  in the presence of us 
                      The above property to br kept intire and at my own disposal till after my             
                      Death                                                
                                                             Aquilla (x) Quick
Noah Whitington                                              March 2,  1813
Joseph (x) English                  

Recorded will book   A  pg. 92     Case I      Box 8
Recorded 22 April 1813 
Recorded by Wm Easterling
Ordinary, M.D.    

In Aquilla Quicks will he said unnamed children  Land Records in Book H-1 Pages 67-70-79-81-86 
establish the fact that the below named are his heirs :  
Stephen Quick					Moses Quick
Thomas Quick					Aquilla Quick
Jordan Chavis (Nancy's Husband)			Robert Lockilier (Charlotte's Husband)
Zadock Vinier (Judith's husband)		Gillom Johnson (probably Ann his youngest husband)
Samuel Dixon ( Mary of Tenn"s husband.)		Marcy Quick	
Malachi Quick	   

				
Book F-1   page 347      4 day of December 1802
Quillar Quick releases to Thomas Quick Executor of Levi's Quick's  Estate 1,000 acres of land 
for the use of the heirs of said estate to be devided among them in agreement to the tendor of 
the said will.  This  being  a part of a track of land containing three thousand and five hundred 
and seventy eight acres granted to Quillar by his excellency William Mouthie the 2nd day 
of December  one thousand seven hundred and ninety three recorded in the (it looks like 
Surveyors office in Columbia Grant Book K #5  page 43    


A  True and perfedt  Inventory of all the goods, chattels and personal Estate of AQUILLA  QUICK,  
Marlbourgh District in the State of South Carolina.    The 29th and 30th day of April in the year 
of our Lord  One thousand,  eight hundred and thirteen..  

Negro Woman   Grabel                                    $250.00  
            Her children  
Elle    a young woman					$350.00
1     girl Lucy						$300.00
1     boy Allen						200.00 
1     girl Hannah					150.00 
1     girl Mariah 					150.00 
1     girl Mace						100.00  
1     child Henry					 50.00		$1,500 

1    Negro   Joan					$300.00
     her son Ben  a boy					200.00          $500.00

________________________________________________________________________________________ 

Horse  Kine
1  Sorrel  Mare						  50.00
1  Bay Mare						  60.00
1  Bay horse						  50.00
1  Yearling Colt					  15.00
1  Bay horse Shab 					  40.00  
1  Sorrel horse  High flyer 				  60.00				
1  two year old  Colt					  35.00
1 old horse Driver 					  70.00	          $380.00

________________________________________________________________________________________ 

STOCK OF CATTLE AT THE THOMAS QUICK RESIDENCE  
8  cows  and calves       @  $10  each			 $80.00  
5  cows  and yearlings  @   $10.00 each			  50.00	
1  head of young cattle  @  $28				  28.00	           $158.00

11  head of Sheep	     	       			$18.00		    $18.00	
12  head of hogs                          		 12.00		     12.00  
1  sow and 3 pigs		    			  5.00  
14  head of young hogs  	                         16.00		     16.00  
2  small hog pens		                          1.50		      1.50  
100  bushels of corn  more or less  @  50 cents		 50.00  
350 lb  Bacon  (more or less)                            35.00 
 60  lb. Of lard    @ 10  cts                             6.00  
13  bee hives       $20				         20.00 
  6  broad hoes      $3					  3.00  
  2  grubbing hoes					  1.50  
  5  Aorey   ??                                           5.50   _________$ 173.50
         						                                     
1  lot of Ccocory ware    (crock earthen ware)  		$ 3.00 
1  lot  do  @ $3.50						$ 3.50
1 lot  peweter   @9.50						$ 9.50 
1  small lot butter jars					  1.50  
1 lo pewter							 13.00
1 lot of pewter 						 10.00 
1 lot of crocery ware						  2.00  
1 coffee mill							  2.00 
1 lot chapp & tea						  5.00  
1 lot of phesls							   .50
1 bed, bedstead & 1 blanket 					 15.00 
1 bed, bedstead  &  furniture					 20.00 
1 bed, bedstead &   furniture				         23.00  
5 blankets  							 16.00  
1 quilted bed cover 						  4.50  
1 counter pan & 1 sheet 					  7.00   
5 sheets @2.50 each						 12.50  
1 bed, bedspread  & blanket 					 20.00  
1 loom, 3 slayss & harnes  					 10.00    
1 pine table 							  2.00  
1  dutch oven & skillet   					  2.50______$192.00_________  
1 Grid iron 							  1.50   
1 cadel & flesh fork 						  1.00
1 pr smoothing irons  						  1.00    
3 pr pot hooks 3 pan handles, shosoch 				  2.50 
2 iron wedges   						  1.25   
2 pots  1 pr hooks						  2.50   
14  chairs 							  8.00
1 pine table 							    25 
1 spinning wheel 						  1.25 
1 do  $2    1do   75 cents 					  2.75    
1 stand with about buckets salt 				  9.50   
3 steel traps 							  7.50
1 lot of leather 						  7.50     
1 lot of bottles 						  2.00   
1 demi jon 							  4.00
2 spice mortars 						   37  
3 water pails 							   1.12  
4 tubs 								   1.50  
7 barrels 							   3.50 
40  ? clean cotton   						   3.20 
35 lbs flour 							   2.00   
3 sets of spoons   						   2.50   
1 trunck 							   4.00  
6 cebls  $3     8 gimblets  $1.   4 glass tumblers 		   4.50
1 pair spoon moulds 					           3.00 
2 foot  adzers     (adze    a long handle tool for dreesing wood)  1.00
3 ?? and mouse traps 						   1.50 _______$88.19 !/2  
     
AMOUNT CARRIED  FORWARD         
1 hand saw, drawing knife & square  				$ 1.00    .	                
1 hammer, 2 chizzels, 1 fizgissg				$ 1.00
1 stand & fees							$ 2.00
3 hides @1							$ 3.00
1 do    do						          1.00 
3 pr traces, 3 bridles, 3 collars 				  3.00	
1 lot cow fecy							  1.00 
3 baskets 							  1.75    
1 cart								 25.00 
6 books 							  2.10	               
3   cakes of bees wax						  1.00		          
1 hair  rope							  1.00	   
2 pr. Sheep shears						 75
4 pr curds							  6.50
1 saddle Circingle & bridle					  7.00
1 saddle Circingle & bridle					  6.00
1 straw basket							  3.00
2 plow hoes							  4.00
1 piece base iron						  3.00 
1 pr. Saddle bags						  5.00  
1 pr. Pistol and holsters					  9.00     
1 wheat scive and riddle					  1.00
1 shotgun
    1 do $4.00   /////can't read				 10.00  
1 trunk  $6.00   knives and forks and candle moulds  $1.75 		7.75  
3 jugs   $2.75    1 looking glass  $1.00  				3.75
1 tin coffee pot   $1.00     2 blade stocks 5. 				6.00 
1 case rasors  and box  $1.50     1 hand vice  $!.00			2.50   
1 small pr stichyards  50 cts   					50  
 set of blacksmith tools  at M. Brights 				20.00	
1 pr. Spurs     I mouse trap						2.25 
1 rasp,  comb, 1 pr seisors    & pocket knife 				1.25   
3 plows with stocks,   $2.75      1 small grindstone     		2.75          $83.25     

STOCK OF CATTLE AT THE HOUSE OF  JOSEPH ENGLISH SR.  
4  Cows and their calves						40.00 
1 cow and yearling 							11.00   
2 three year old cattle 						11.00  
2 two year old do    							8.00      $70.00 
1 horse Dick 								10.00     

CATTLE AT THE OLD PLACE        
7  Cows and calves    moses  						40.00 
7 cows and yearlings 							77.00 
4 barsen Cows 								36.00 
1 four year old  heifer 						7.00 
1 three year old  Dills							6.00  		       
3   two  year old Dills							12.00
2 four year old sreers							20.00	     $228.00		
Amount  brought forward    
2  three old steers    							12.00  
1 two year old   ???							4.00 
1 year old heifer 							2.00   
1- 5 year old bull 							11.00	
5  head of hogs 							7.50		 
7  head of hogs 							$   7.00	
2 sows @ 2.00   							    2.00       $45.00   
                                                           

CATTLE  AT THE STEERN PLACE     
5 cows and calves  							$  40.00 
2 cows and yearling 							   20.00  
2 three year old 							   12.00
6 two year old cattle 							   24.00  	
1  year old   								  2.00    
1 four year old bull  							8.00      $106

CATTLE AT  STANTONS    
1  cow and calf 							$11.00	                       
1   cow and calf  							 10.00	
1  cow and yearling 							 10.00   
1  three year old heifer 						  6.00
2  two year old cattle     						  8.00	     $45.00							  

4 crosscut saws 							 $4.00  
???????		could not read 						1.75
???????                    "            "      				1.50	
1 spinning   								1.50     
2 chairs 								50   
1 bottle case      							 25    
2 bells 								 25     
1 reg tub   and Dye Tub                  				50   
1 bread tray 								25      
1  table 								1.25  
1  dutch oven 								1.50    
1 Rissle Gun and hash 							 4.25    
CASH IN HAND       							70.68  8/4
1  bread  asce   							1.00
1 scsser  and bread tray						1.00  		 
1  lo     1 lock chain 							1.00 
1  pr. Scissors 							    25 
1 bed - bedstead and blanket 						 12.00	
1 churn and back band for cart  75 cts    meal  tub             	  1.50		

APPRASSED  BY :                    RECORDED       29th day of May  1813
John Smith                         BOOK A  #3   pgs  343  to  345    by  J. David  
Avery  Parkam
John Stubbs      


A SCHEDULE OF DEBTS OWED  TO THE ESTATE OF AQUILLA QUICK  LATE OF MARLBOROUGH        
DISTRICT   dis.  Made the 29th  and 30th day of April  1813

ONE NOTE ON Peter Stancell  for          		 $43.35
One due bill on James Turner				   4.00 
One note on Jesse Joes  for Charles Bryht 		 120.00	   
One note on James Odom for  $11.00 to be credited          5.50 
 $5.50 paid to the des in his lifetime  
One note on  George Stanton 				   6.48  
One note on John Rosco 					   5.00 
One due bill on Elberbe and Powe   
Payable to John Pitts in May				  18.95 
One note on Joseph Parkins (other wise Black)		   4.00
   
Debts due   Levi Quick for a  ???? wheel 		   4.00
Griffin Morres for leather  				   1.25 
Avery Parham 		
James Odom  for 1 pr shoe leather 			    .75
Edw. Butler  for Bacon 					   1.87  

Tho's  Quick's return of the accounts of the receipts expendetures of  the estate of Aquilla Quick 
for 1813  filed 23rd Feb. 1814     recorded  Book A.  n 3  p. 346  by  J David    

1813
April 25th   Paid to  Benj. And Rodgers  the tax for  1812 				  $  4.75 
May  7th     To this sum paid  Wm. Fields for qualifying apprisiors 			       75  
May  8th     To the sum paid Zacheriach  Quick  for making a plow 			       87
             To Arthur  Bright  his proved account					     1.50 
             To the sum paid John Stubbs  2  days apprising   				     2.00 
             To the sum paid  Avery Parham  2 days appraising				     2.00 
             To the sum paid   John  Smith  for appraising 				     2.00
Sept 25th    To the sum paid  Wm. Feagin  surveying the land 				    27.00
             To paying John Stubbs, James Newton, Shockley Adams, John Adams and 
               Wm. Adams,  their charges for setting and making, a division of all the lands 9.00 
Sept 25th    To this sum paid  Mark Turner    proven account   			             5.00
Oct.  4th    To this sum paid  Samuel Dickson's proven account to David Hubbard             14.50
May 27th     To this sum paid Wm. Easterling  his fee and account for writing and 
                Attendence and adjusting in the setting of the bussiness of the estate      26.00
1813  
May  5th       By the sum received  from Wm.  Ellerbee  & Power their  note paid	   $18.93
               By  cash  received  from John Pitts  note  for cattle 			    11.37  
 July  13th    by cash received from Levi Quick 					     4.00 
       16th    by cash  received from  James Turner 					     4.00                    

Patsy notes: "Aquilla Quick received a large land grant from the state for sundries supplied to the army in the Rev. war. If you will note in the inventory of his estate the different things he has for making candles - soap - moulds for spoons etc."

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