Will of
George QUICK, 1828

Contributed by Patsy Quick, 25 May 1999

South Carolina,  Marloboro Co. Will Book A  Vol #  1  pg. 218

In the name of God Amen

I George Quick being of Sound mind and Perfect memory blefsed (bless ed) 
be God for the same do on th 26th day of September in the year of our 
Lord One Thousand Eight hundred and Twenty Eight (1828) do make and ordian 
this my Last Will and testament in the manner and from following Viz. 
I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Margaret all of my Lands and Tenaments 
together with the house and imporovements thereon and all my household and 
Kitchen furniture Except such as shall hereafter be mentioned. Also a Negro 
fellow by the name of Rogers and a Negro woman by the name of Dice together 
with all of my Stock of Cattle Horses and Hogs and the Increase  
there of during her natural Life and after her Decease the Remaining Residue 
of the above mentioned Property bequeathed to my beloved wife I desire to be 
Equally divided amongst all my children. I Give and Bequeath to all my children 
namely William and George and Jessey and John and Margaret and Thigher and Honor 
and Nancy One negro each which negroes eight in number are now living and on the 
plantation namely Bob and Beck and Harry and Isom and Sarah and Easter and nelly 
and Reaner said dividison said negroes between the before named children I desire 
shall be done according to the directions of my Sole Executors as will hereafter 
show when appointd.I Give and Bequeath to my daughter Pithighter one feather bed 
extra, leaving my wife to point out the bed. 4. I Give and bequeath to my daughter 
Honor one feather bed extra leaving it with my wife to point it out.  5 I give and 
bequeath to my daughter Nancy one feather bed extra leaving it with my wife to point 
it out. I nominate and appoint my Son William and My Son Jesse my Sole and Lawful 
Executers to this my Last will and testament
Signed and sealed in the presence of      L. Goodwin                                 
George (X)  QUICK
        His mark
Thomas Quick
Wm. Davis    Witness on the day and date above
Recorded in Will Book A.  pg 164  8th Nov. 1828
Case !  Box 20  Wm. Easterling Ord. M.D

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