May Court, 1754. Witnesses: John Coke, Sr., James Hair, Walter and Elizabeth Joanes. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 205), LANE, THOMAS This will is illegible, but is recorded in Bk, Wills, 1755-58, at page 144. Wife: SARAH. Grandsons: JOHN and WM. Daughters: SARAH DOUGHTRY, JEAN BRASWELL, MARY BRASWELL. Clerk of the Court: JNO. July Court, 1756. Sons: Michael (640 acres of land "now in the possession of Griffin Summerell," together with stock of cattle and hogs and two negroes), Josiah (land "on which Nathaniel Keel lives," together with cattle, etc.. and one negro boy), Joseph ("my plantation," stock and one negro). on south side of Baire Swamp"). Original missing. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 173), HOWARD, JAMES FORSTER. Executors: HENRY and JACOB JERNIGIN. BURN. Scollay, Elizabeth Sons: James Boon ("the mannour plantation" and two negroes), Watkin William (Ferry plantation, and land called Blind Islands), John Augustus (land called Bridge Neck, 400 acres of "lightwood land" and two negroes). Wife and Executrix: SUSANNAH. ===== USGENWEB NOTICE: In keeping with our policy of providing free February Court, 1748. Wife and Executrix: Sarah. January Court, 1756. Daughter: MARY GLYON. Overseers: John Dew and Arthur Williams. CORREE, JAMES JERNIGIN, HENRY (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 425) Clerk of the Court: Samuel Ormes. Court held at the house of John Collins. Clerk of the Court: JNO. August Court, 1727. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~, ALLDAY, THOMAS May Court, 1753. Bertie County vital records can be found at the North Carolina Department of Health which has copies of birth records after 1913 and death records after 1930, copies of marriage since Jan 1962 and a Divorce records since 1958.There is a fee for each copy requested. Witnesses: George Matthews, Thomas Clarkson, Matthew Crawford. December 7, 1753. February Court, 1737. Williams, Arthur January 5, 1728. Clerk of Northampton Court: RT. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 96) April 8, 1734. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 352) BROWN, PHILIP Daughters: ESTER MORE, ELISEBATH WHELER, ANNA BYRDE, SARAH WHARTON, PACHENCE BYRDE. MITCHELL and JOHN PADGE. Witnesses: Abraham Division of Archives and History (Main Author) North Carolina. Daughters: REBECKAH PINNER, BRIDGET YAITS, ELIZABETH WILLIAMS, ANN BEVERLER, MARY UNKERS, CHRISTIAN LOID. Friends: JAMES WILKINGS, THOMAS BOXLY. June 8, 173.3. CROMEN, MARTIN Witnesses: ANN WILLIAMS, SAMUELL HENLEY, WILLIAM PORGEN. December 10, 1735. JONES, CHARLES November 28, 1735. Daughters: ELIZABETH CHESTER (land lying on Apple tree, Meratuck, and a place called frog Hall), MARY CHESHER ("all my tract of land I now live on"), SARAH CHESHER (land "betwixt the land of John Bowds and the land I now live on"). Executors: Thomas Wimberley (brother), John Smith (brother-in-law). Wife and Executrix: KATHERINE. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 234), MACMIEL, JOHN Witnesses: JOHN WEVVRILL, JOHN BARDIN, EDWARD CHITTY. Proven before Jo. Smith, Robert December 8, 1752. Executors: GEORGE and CULLEN POLLOCK (brothers), ROBERT WEST. Wife and Executrix: CHRISTIANA. JOHNSTON at Eden House. Sister: MARY JONES (Executrix). Click here or here to transcribe and send in your records! Wife and Executrix: Martha (three negroes). WYNNS. Daughters: Oney Seay, Mary Brown. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 410) No. 1 kb. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 330 & 331) Clerk of the Court: JOHN LOVICK. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 400) Wife: MARY. Will proven before GEO. Executors: WM. WYNNS Wife and Executrix: KATHIRAN. Witnesses: Edwd. 1754. May 1, 1733. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 410 & 411) County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions (Bertie County) (Added Author) North Carolina. May Court, 1740. Grandson: RICHARD BAREFIELD. Witnesses: Go. WYNNS. October, 1753. Executor: THOMAS JONES of Petty Shore. Brother-in-law: JOHN SMITH of Wigtown in Galloway in North Britain. Redditt, William Sons: JAMES, FREDERICK ("my plantation"), JOHN, JOSEPH. "I desire my two negroes * * * in ye winter to make pitch and tarr, and freight it away to New England for such goods as shall best for my wife, etc." Brother and Executor: PATRICK MAULE. HARDY. Wife and Executrix: ALSE. March 21, 1726. November 8, 1755. EASON, WILLIAM JONES, MARY Sons: William, John (land at Pea Hill), Henry (land on Fountains Creek), Edward, Thomas (one "Clankibone pot"). Williams, James July 1, 1750. Recorded in Book 1722-1735, page 295. Witnesses: Ebanazar Slason, Thomas Sowell, Richard Holmes, Eliza Harrell, Jno. Clerk of the Court: JOHNV WYNNS. Friend: SOLOMON ALSTON. Daughter: CHRISTIAN COLTEN. WYNNS. Friend and sole legatee and devisee: THOMAS BETTERLEY. Son and Executor: John. BALL, ISAAC RATLIFF. Witnesses: CHARLES HORNE, JOHN HOOKS. Lee, Jno. County. MASSEY, HEZEKIAH July, 1726. Williams, Samuel WILLIAMS, EDWARD TOOLE, JONATHAN February Court, 1738. Harrell, Jas. Daughters: Mary and Jane Smith. August Court, 1737. Vol. Executor: LAMB HARDY (son- in-law). Secretary to the Governor: SAML. FORSTER. The office is governed by Chapter 161 of the North Carolina General Statues. Sons: JAMES and EGO GLYON. Forster. Wife and Executrix: Elizabeth. Its county seat is Windsor. Sons: JAMES, CARROLUS. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 195) July Court, 1755. Grandsons: ELISHA WILSON, THOMAS MOORE (one plantation each, both plantations lying on Fort Branch). Clerk of the Court: John Lovick. Sons: FRANCIS (plantation purchased from Dan'l Brown), WILLIAM (150 acres of land), JOHN (land in Cypress Swamp), BENJAMIN. Grandson: JOHN DAVISON (land on Chinkopin Creek). Sons: BENJAMIN, NICHOLAS, ABRAHAM, JOSEPH, BARNABEY, THOMAS ("the plantation whereon I now live"), HARDY, JOHN. Daughter: ALCE MEGLOHON. Son: James (plantation on Ahoskie). BLOUNT. Witnesses: CHARLES, WILLIAM and JOHN RICKETS. Sons: SAMUELL and JOHN MOOBE ("my lands")- Daughter: MARY BELL. Witnesses: ROBERT MACRAE, JAMES WILKINS, MARY HARBERTT, SARAH LEE. ANDREWS, JOHN RHODES. Witnesses: Richd. Proven before Gab. Sons: SOLOMON (land in Renneroy Marshes), JOSIAH ("my plantation"), WILLIAM. HARRELL (son), JESSE and ISRARL HARDY HARRELL (brothers), RICHARD WILLIAMS. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 92) Sons: WEST (119 acres of land), JOSEPH (110 acres of land), HENAREY (320 acres of land on the horse pasture swamp). Witnesses: Moses Sumner, Tamer Williford, Easter Willeford. Witnesses: WILLIAM KNIGHT, JAMES GRIFFEN, MARTHA KNIGHT Clerk of the Court: JNO. Clerk of the Court: RT. Other legatee: Martha Maynor. Witnesses: Needham Bryan, William Levener (?). Daughter: MARY. September 28, 1770. Wife and Executrix: ELIZABETH. February 3, 1738-1739. HARRELL, ABRAHAM BROWN, RICHARD Luke and James (lands divided among them). Daughters: Mary, Elizabeth, Feriby, Ann. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 417) Executors: JAMES CASTELLAW, THOMAS OSBURN. November 1, 1732. Witnesses: ABRAHAM HARRELL, JOHN HARRELL, FRANCIS HARRELL. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 154), HENDERSON, DAVID Wife and Executrix: SUSANNA. Changes division of land among sons, October 6, 1729. Brothers: Mychel, George and John Capheart. April 18, 1748. Same witnesses to codicil. Executors: JOHN SMETH- WICK, JNO. SPEIR, MABY BURKETT, ANN STONE, GEO. PEEKE, JOHN KEEP. BLYE, WILLIAM January Court, 1756. RYAN, Thomas Executors: JOHN DEW and JAMES BRYANT. HARRELL, JOHN EDWARD TOOLE, ISRARL HARDY HARRELL. EARLY. Snead. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 421) Proven before E. HAUL, C. J. Daughters: SARAH BLYE, ELIZABETH BLYE. April 2, 1727. RUSSEE. Witnesses to codicil: ROBT. MAULE, WILLIAM HOWCOTT, JOHN Title: BERTIE COUNTY Author: bmcgee-lankford Last modified by: NC ITS Created Date: 7/20/2005 8:57:00 PM Company: NC Dept of Cultural Resources Other titles JOHNSTON. BURT KENEDY, JR., FRANCIS KENEDY, JOHN GRAY, JR., ELIZABETH FROST (daughter-in-law), THOMAS COPLAND (son- in-law), JONATHAN RIDING, MICHAL ELLIS, WILLIAM KENEDY. Soane, John Friend and Executor: JOSEPH COLLET, merchant of London (lands in North Carolina to be sold and proceeds applied according to directions). (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 239) Witnesses: JOHN BROWN, ELIZABETH ROBERTSON, JOSEPH MADLIN. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 57) Letters were issued August 8, 1729. Clerk of the Court: RT. WYNNS, JAMES WYNNES, BENJAMIN BAKER, BENJAMIN BAKER, JUNR. OTWAY. LATTIMEE, WILLIAM Clerk of the Court: SAMUEL ORMES. March Court, 1753. Daughter: ELIZABETH PITMAN. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 102 & 103) EARLY, JOHN August 6, 1740. Son and Executor: JAMES ("my plantation"). Wynns, William Executors: JOSEPH and THOMAS BAGGETT (sons). being other ½ of the plantation, where father resided. All of estate, both real and personal, is devised and bequeathed to MARY JONES, daughter of HENRY JONES, of Greenhall, in Chowan County. Wife: SUSANAH (one negro). HARDY. Witnesses: JESSE BROWNE, JOHN BATTLE, JOHN BROWNE. May Court, 1740. Daughters: Mart and Betty Rice. PACE, RICHARD Codicil dated April 9, 1749. May Court, 1739. Clerk of the Court: JNO. August Court, 1734. January 22, 1738-1739. Wife and Executrix: ELEANNAR. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 80), COOK. being 1/2 plantation, where father Thomas Parker resided. Executors: JOHN and ANDREW BURNS. January 4, 1735. April 17, 1736. BOUDE, JOHN JAMES FLOOD and DAVID THOMSON. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 300), PUGH, FRANCIS (Northampton Wimberly, Thomas Witnesses: EDWARD BRYAN, JOHN BURN, THOS. This is a nuncupative will proven by THOMAS HUDSON, GEORGE HANDLY and WILLIAM WILLEFORD, and gives to sons, JOSAH and WILLIAM NICHOLAS, one plantation each, Daughter: ELIZABETH. Witnesses: ELIZABETH DAVIS, MARTHA LEE, TRIDDLE KEEFE. August 21, 1736. CRICKET, JOHN Nephew: JOHN GREGORY. Johnston at Eden House. Daughter: MARY. Wife and Executrix: Ann. March 30. KEZIAH SLATTER, WILLIAM APPERSON. ANDERSON. Executor: PAUL PENDER (son). Wife: MARTHA. Wife's sons: THOMAS and JOHN PHILLIPS. October 7, 1727. Executor: Thomas Slattor. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 333) Witnesses: Joseph Watford, Moses Green. Wife: ELIZABETH. February Court, 1724; January 2, 1724. January 17, 1731. January 9, 1753. January 29, 1734. Clerk of the Witnesses: James Wood, Edward Green, John Sutton. FORSTER. JACOCKS, ANDR. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 41) TOOLE. March 25, 1726-1727. BRYANT, NICHOLAS BAGET, PACCENCE BRYANT. Coat of arms on seal. Cricket, Jr. Son: JOHN (all the lands of testator). Clerk of t lie Court: SAM'L ORMES. Wife: not named. JOHN SLATTER, OEN SLATTER, LITTLETON SLATTER. BURRINGTON, Governor. Daughters: Martha. GRAY (brother-in-law), CAPT. Wife and Executrix: Ann. May Court, 1754. November 19, 1749. November 23, 1735. LAND RECORDS Where can I check county land records? Overseer: WILLIAM BOLDIN. Wife and Executrix: Sussannah. BOBBIT, JOHN Thos. Nephew: Samuel Tanner. Sons: JOHN, JOSEPH, SOLOMON, PAUL. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 53) Witnesses: THOMAS EASON, JOHN ROBERSON, JOHN HARE, SOLOMON HOWARD. Sons: JOHN (300 acres land on South side Orrcroy Swamp), DAVID ("plantation lying in Verjenea"), BENJAMIN ("plantation where I now live"). Witnesses: EDW'D COLLINS, JAMES WARD, THOMAS FALCONER. Daughters: JANET MCKINZIE, BARBARA, ANN, LUCRETIA, AMELIA, LOUISA. Ryding, Jonathan This differs from other Bertie County will books, because these wills were never in the County Courthouse. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 170) Bertie County --? Shrock, Peter Witnesses: Richard Tomlinson, Richard Bradley, Robert Rogers. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 417) Witnesses: WILLIAM KENNADAY, FRA. Executors: HENRY HUNTER and JOHN SMITH. November Court, 1750. Witnesses: Hardy Hardison, Frederick Hardison. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 237) WYNNS. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 152) Proven before W. SMITH, C. J. Son: RICHARD. Son and Executor: 3AMES. Proven before W. SMITH, C. J. August Court, 1727. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 354) (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 228) FORSTER. Witnesses: NEEDHAM BRYAN, ADAM RA- BEY, WILLIAM BRYAN. Executors: COLL. July 31, 1741. Clerk of the Court: SAMUEL ORMES. Witnesses: Martin Frederick Rasor, Thomas Ashburn. February Court, 1739. MCDANIELL, OWEN May 7,1743. Related data collections. and Jos., daughters Mary Smithwick and Margaret Haramond (wife of Henry, dec'd) daughters Elizabeth and Harriet and Sally, Mary Smithwick's eldest son William to be sent to school, each one of her children $100; Quinby (? May Court, 1752. Witnesses: SARAH LEE, SAMUEL WILLIAMS, MARY CALVART. Sons: SOLOMON and JOSEPH (plantation on Poplar Swamp). Clerk of Northampton Court: I. EDWARDS. DAVIS, SIMON DART, JAMES KEETER and ELIZABETH DART. It is in the northeastern section of the State and is bounded by Albemarle Sound, Chowan River, and Washington, Martin, Halifax, Northampton and Hertford counties. ORMES. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 235) Executors: JOHN ROBINSON, ANN ROBINSON and ELIZABETH LANE. Wynns. March 31, 1737. Wife and Executrix: SUSANNA. From 1760 to 1868, wills were kept by the County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions; from 1868 to 1966, wills were kept by the Superior Court. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 7) Legatees and Executors: Robert West, Jr., and Thomas West, his brother (all estate devised and bequeathed to these two). Cousin: WILLIAM CRAWMAN (land on Killam Swamp). JOHN HILL of Bertie County and JAMES PUGH and PASCO TURNER of Nansemond County. Daughters: JULIAN, SILVIA GODWIN, COURTNEY GODWIN. of Archives and History. Wife: SARAH. November 24, 1744. REBECCA, SARAH, LYDIA and ELBE SKINNER (all children of MARY). The microfilm may be scheduled for future scanning. Sarah. Witnesses: Peter Winants, Arthur Williams, Elizabeth Rasor. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 211) 2; page3-6; Donated and Transcribed by Andrea Stawski Pack; Copyright © Genealogy Trails Daughters: MARY and AMY GODLY. Forster. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, page 306) September 14, 1734. Witnesses: THOS. November Court, 1744. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, page 308) Executors: COL. ROBERT WEST and CULLEN POLLOCK. Daughters: MARY and MARTHA COLLSON. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 242) 95 names and descendancy charts that have at least one birth, marriage, or death event in Bertie County, covering the period from 1700 to about 1750-ish. Executor: HENRY MANER (son). Forster. Witnesses: ABRAHAM JORDAN, HESTER BROADWELL, ARTHUR WILLIAMS. CLAPHAM, JOSEPH Executors: Thomas Pollock, Robert Lenox, Richard Saunderson and Joseph Blount. Son-in-law: JAMES HOWARD. U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014. October 6, 1755. Wife: Catherine. May 8, 1733. April Court, 1757. Wife and Executrix: ELISABETH. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 244), MEGLOHON, JAMES Daughter: MARY ODOM. Witnesses: Adham Harrill, John Freeman, Paul Bunch. May Court, 1753. FORSTER. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 85) April 8, 1735. August Court, 1733. Negroes bequeathed to each of sons. Clerk of the Court: JNO. About 50 negroes are bequeathed. February 23, 1742. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, page 323), Sanders, Mary Executors: EDWARD BRYAN, JOHN COOK (son), ROBERT WEST. Witnesses: THOMAS RYAN, ANDREW THOMSON. BERTIE COUNTY WILL - Mizell, Aaron-1809 File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by Jim Turner Following is will of Aaron Mizell written in 1800 and proved in 1809. Grandchildren: Daniel and Mary Colson. Wesson (brother). Son: DAVID. Clerk of the Court: JNO. Grandsons: JOHN KEEN and JOHN COLLINS Wife and Executrix: MARY. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 256) Daughters: MARY and ELIZABETH MACCLENDON. Executors: ELIAS and RICHARD HOGGES (sons) and ISAAC WILLIAMS (son-in-law). Bertie County. January 22, 1728. Wife and Executrix: MARY. December 22. 1 thought on “Bertie County, North Carolina – Wills 1761-1799” Judith Atkinson. Sister-in- law: ANN BENTLEY. April, 1901. August Court, 1733. Reputed son (son of Catherine Deed), 603 acres land. Grandson: MANDUE DOTHRY ("my plantation and orchards, and all my books except the ould Bible and the Whole Duty of Man"). Brothers: ABRAHAM and JOSEPH COLESON. August Court 1777 Proved in due form of law in open Court by the Oath of Thomas Perry one of the subscribing witnesses and ordered to be Recorded -----? March 3, 1752. August Court, 1736. Daughters: MARY WYNNS, ELIZA EARLY. Sons: HENERY, WILLIAM. Wimberley, John Clerk of the Court: BENJAMIN WYNNS. LEWESS. Witnesses: ELIZABETH JONES, MARY POWERS, JOHN EGERTON. Wife and Executrix: PHEREBE. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 398) I need a copy of the will of James Thomas , dated October 22, 1780 from Bertie County. Witnesses: JOHN BROWN, RICHARD ROBERTS, GILSTRAP WILLIAMS. Daughters: Sarah and Martha Whitmell and Elizabeth Pollock. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 36) Deputy Registers: WM. Granddaughters: RACHEL BEVERLEY, SARAH BEVERLEY. Wife and Executrix: Elinor. LATTIMORE, ELIZABETH May 7, 1736. Wife: MARY. Wife's grandson: WILLIAM NIGHT. Sister: CHRISTIAN MCDOWELL. Clerk of the Court: Samuel Ormes. JONES, JOHN, SR ORMES. May Court, 1751. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 235) Bertie County was formed in 1722 from Chowan County. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 59), CAIN, WILLIAM Proven before GAB. Daughter: PATIENCE. Witnesses: THOS. Buyers included: Executor: THOS. Cousin and Executor: WM. Other legatees: FRANCIS SPEIGHT of Chuckatuck parish in Nancemond County, Va., THOMAS DAVIS (land lying on Rattlesnake Branch). May Court, 1753. BLACKMAN, NICHOLAS Clerk of the Court: Benjamin Wynns Wife: ANN. March 18, 1752. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 5), ANDERSON, ELIZABETH Codicil makes bequests to THOMAS WILLIAMS, husband of daughter, SARAH. Witnesses: ABRAHAM BURTON, JOHN BOBITT, FRANCIS GARNET. Sons: Abraham and six others mentioned, but not named. Reasons why microfilms may not yet be available digitally on FamilySearch.org include: Please report any problems with this record. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 229) Grandson: JOHN RASBUARY. ), John Hatcher. Nephew and Executor: JOHN SMITH. No probate. Clerk of the Court: BENJ'N WYNNS. 1754. August Court, 1753. BRIDGERS, WILLIAM BRYANT. Witnesses: Lewis Bhyan, Elizabeth Duncan. Provision for over plus after payment of debts negroes), Thomas ("The Manor house & Plantation" and also 500 acres of land). February Court, 1752. Sons: WILLIAM ("my plantation"), STEVEN. December 13, 1735. Sowell, Charles Witnesses: WILLIAM JONES, THOMAS WHIPPLE, ALEXANDER COTTON. 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