Henry Terrell (c.1705 - 1760)

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Birthplace: St. Pauls Parish, Hanover, New Kent, Virginia
Death: Died in Golansville, Caroline, Virginia
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Will of Henry Terrell

26 Mar 1760 , Caroline, Virginia, United States

In the name of God, Amen, I Henry Terrell, Sr., of Caroline County, Virginia do make and leave the following testament as followeth, viz, I lend my well beloved wife during her natural life, for the support of her, my children and the rest of the family under her care five negroes named as follows, Goliah, Daniel, Jacob, men; Bess and Fanny, women; and 25head of cattle; her choice of all my horses, mares and colts; 25head of sheep; 30head of hogs; and as much household goods and furniture and plantation tools as shall be thought needful for the support of her and my family under her care, by my executors and others as the court shall appoint, and after her decease, the negroes Bess and her increase and Goliah to be divided equally among all my children by her; and the negroes lent and what I lent her to be equally divided amongst all my children, their heirs, etc. I lend to my wife her natural life, my Home-House Plantation and three acres of land with and adjoining the same; My further desire is that my wife have under her care and for her assistance toward up­bringing and schooling of her children until they come of age or marry, the negroes and land herewith after mentioned to them etc, She not misusing nor abusing any part or parcel thereof, nor suffering it to be done,

Second, I give to my son, George Terrell, his heirs and assigns for-ever at the age of 21years or marry all the land I had of my father and all the land I had of Joel Terrell and all the land I had of Roger Quarles, that lies on the west side of a line to be run due north from mine and Joseph Woolfork's corner white oak sapling by a great pine the east side of a small branch or slush of Crooked Creek to mine and Francis Duretts line. All the above, land is in Caroline County, and two negroes and their increase, towit; Wheeler a man, and Mar­garet a girl and 25pounds current money (he not misusing nor suf­fering it to be done by any under him); his mother in her privileges above mentioned, and I give George and his heirs forever, all the land I had of Carr McGeehee..

Third I leave to be sold by my executors my water mill and the two acres of land thereto belonging; my smiths tools and box of files, seven hogsheads of tobacco; (three in Hanover, County) in hands of Joel Terrell's son Henry, and four at Conway's all the superfluous parts of my estate as they shall think proper, and the money put to interest till the legacies become due.

Fourth I give to my son Charles Terrell, his heirs and assigns for­ever, all the remains of the land I had of Roger Quarles, and my Topping Castle plantation, and all the lands thereunto belongingand two negroes, Mancer, a boy and Nell, a girl and her increase, and 25pounds of current money.

Fifth I give to my daughter Ursula Terrell, her heirs and assigns forever three negroes and their increase; Packah, a woman, Simon a boy and Lymus, a boy and twenty-five pounds of current money on the day of her marriage or lawful age.

Sixth I give to my daughter, Judith Terrell, her heirs and assigns forever, when of lawful age or married; three negroes and their increase; Patts, a woman, Hannah, a girl and Ned, a boy, and 25pounds of Current money.

Seventh, I give to my daughter Abigail, her heirs and assigns for­ever, when of lawful age or married; three negroes and their increase, Polle, a woman, Tamar a girl, and London a boy, and 25pounds cur­rent money; and my desire is that if any of the before mentioned chil­dren die under age or not married, their part of the estate as well land as other estate be equally divided among my living children by my last wife, their heirs and assigns, forever.

Eighth I give to my daughter Ann Lynch and her heirs forever besides what I have given her before one negro boy called Abraham. Ninth I give to my daughter, Betty Moorman, to her and her heirs for­ever, besides what I have given her before one negro girl, now living with her called Viles and her increase.

Tenth I give to Menoah Chilles, Sr., his heirs and assigns forever just as he hath devised in his last will--one hundred eighty-three acres of land, part of the land I recovered of John Chilles perform­ing faithfully the agreement with John Chilles the 11th day of June last, which one hundred eighty-three acres aforesaid, are bounded according to the said agreement, which is in my house.

Eleventh I give to John Chilles, deceased, to him and his heirs for­ever seventy-six acres of land or thereabout, it being the remaining land I recovered of him, his heirs of assigns, to pay to my executors for the use of my estate all the expenses I have been or shall be at in preserving or securing the said 250acres of land which is given to Menoah and John Chilles.

Twelfth I give to Micajah Chilles, son of Micajah Chilles, deceased, to him, his heirs and assigns, forever, the three hundred and seventy nine acres of land I recovered of him on condition he the said Chilles, his assigns pay to me or my executors for the use of my estate, all the charges and expenses I have been or shall be at in preserving and securing the same lands.

Thirteenth I give to Jonathan Terrell, son of David Terrell, deceased, to him and his heirs and assigns, forever the 400 acres of land I re­ceived of the estate of David Terrell, deceased if recovered by me or mine, he the said Jonathan, his heirs or assigns, paying all the charges and expenses I have been or shall be, at in preserving and securing the said 400 acres of land to my executors for the use of my estate; but if the said Johathan Terrell die under age, the said land to belong to his sister Susanna Terrell, her heirs and assigns forever, she or they paying all the costs and expenses as above; but if she die under age or before marriage, the said land to be equally divided between Christopher and Rachel Terrell, their heirs and assigns forever. They, their heirs and assigns paying all costs, charges, and expenses as above mentioned.

Fourteenth I give to my son Thomas Terrell his heirs and assigns forever if he is now alive, if not to be sold by my executors and the money to be equally divided among all my children, their heirs of assigns forever; all my land in Albemarle County that lies above a great branch that came down from a rich cove called Black Walnut Cove, and two ne­groes called Rachel, a man and Jane, a woman and her increase and 45pounds current money, to be delivered and paid to him, his heirs or assigns directly after the probate of my will.

Fifteenth I give to my son, Henry Terrell, his heirs and assigns forever, all the remainder of my land in Albemarle County, if he is now alive, If not to be sold by my executors and the money to be equally divided amongst all my children their heirs and assigns forever and two negroes to wit; Frank a man and Sonoe, a woman, and her increase, and fifty pounds current money to be paid and deliv­ered to him or assigns directly after the probate of my will, if he is now alive.

Sixteenth I leave if the goods I have sent for come, to be hired out by my executors, and the money be put at interest till my son George comes of age and then to be divided amongst all of my children and their heirs and assigns.

Seventeenth I leave under the care of my wife three negroes and their increase for the time to cometo wit; Handy, a man, Lysey and Tamer, women, and my desire is that if any of my five younger children's negroes die before they possess them that their loss if possible be made equal to them out of those three last mentioned or their increase, if not to be equally divided amongst all my children, their heirs etc.

18th It is my desire that my just debts be paid by my executors here­after named.

19th and lastly I do hereby appoint Samuel Hargrove, Henry Terrell, son of Joel Terrell of Hanover County and my son Thomas Terrell my executors of this last will and testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 26thday of the third month, in the year of Our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and sixty.. Signed Henry Terrell

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Хронология Henry Terrell

1705
January 1, 1705
Hanover, New Kent, Virginia
1734
January 29, 1734
Age 29
Caroline, Virginia
1736
August 20, 1736
Age 31
Golansville, Caroline, Virginia
1738
September 7, 1738
Age 33
Caroline, Virginia
1744
April 3, 1744
Age 39
Henrico, Virginia
1746
May 11, 1746
Age 41
Caroline, Virginia
1748
October 3, 1748
Age 43
Caroline, Virginia
1750
April 6, 1750
Age 45
Caroline, Virginia
1751
December 6, 1751
Age 46
Caroline, Virginia
1760
March 20, 1760
Age 55
Golansville, Caroline, Virginia