Mathew Agee (c.1747 - 1823)

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Birthplace: Manakin, Goochland, Virginia Colony
Death: Died in Blackwater River, Franklin, Virginia, USA
Managed by: Richard Henry
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About Mathew Agee

The ancestry of this Mattew Agee:

(subject to errors):

 

Matthew Agee b. 1747 in Virginia married to Mary Ligon >

Anthony Matthew Agee b. 1719 in Virginia married to

1) Nancy Jane Binion (he is from this wife)

2) Christian Worley>

Mathieu Isaac Age' b. 1660 in Nantes France married to Cecelia Ann Gandovin >

Antoine Francois Age' b. 1639 in Nantes, France married to Judith Regnault Chastain >

Julian Des Age' b. 1609 St. Malo, France

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Translation of Matthew Agee's Will

Will of Matthew Agee (b. 1747)

Franklin Co., VA Will Book 2 p. 601

“Blankenship Ancestors” Gayle Blankenship

Will made 10 Apr 1823, Ret’d 3 Nov 1823

I Matthew Agee of Franklin County Virginia being weak of Body but of sound mind and memory thanks be to God for the same & Calling to mind the Mortality of my body & knowing it is appointed unto man once to die, do make this my Last Will & testament in manner & form following. To wit- First it is my desire that all my past debts should be paid; then I give to my Wife Mary Agee one third of all my Estate both real & personal. Then I give to my son Ephraim’s children Two dollars to be paid them out of my Estate, he my said Son having been provided for heretofore. Then I give to my Daughter Susanna Jones Two Dollars to be paid out of my Estate She also having been previously provided for by me. Then I give my son Ai Agee one hundred acres Land, it being adjoining & apart of the tract of Land on which I now Live he my said on Ai having been provided with other property. Then I give to my Daughter Polly Craghead one hundred acres of Land on which she now lives she also having received other property. Then I give to my son Levi Agee, one hundred acres of Land on which he now lives & other property received heretofore. Then I give to my Son Matthew one hundred acres of Land which I have already conveyed to him & being the said tract he sold to Garrett & other property heretofore delivered him. Then I give to my son Asa one hundred acres of Land on which I now live, also other property heretofore delivered him. Then I give to my Daughter Judith all the remaining part of my Land on which I live but should there not be a sufficient quantity to make her equal with the rest she is to be made equal out of my other property. Then I give to my son Isaac Agee one hundred acres of Land on the South Side of Blackwater on which he now lives also if he shall think proper he shall have the balance of the land attached to the said Tract on which he now lives over & above one hundred acres provided he shall pay a reasonable compensation for the Lands. Then I give to my Daughter Sally Maxey one hundred acres of Land it being a part of the tract on which my son Isaac resides. On the following condition provided James Maxey shall pay or cause to be paid to my Daughter Polly Craghead a sum of money which he the said James Maxey borrowed of my said Daughter Polly sometime ago to the event of the said James Maxey not refunding the money borrowed of my said Daughter on or before the 25 December next. Then it is my desire that the said Land hereby intended for my Daughter Sally Maxey shall be publickly sold after giving a reasonable notice of such sale & the money arising from the sale thereof shall be paid to my Daughter Polly Craghead or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to refund to her the amount borrowed by the said Maxey. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this 10th day of April 1823 /s/ Matthew x Agee /w/ Bernard G. Hendrick, Peter Bernerd, Pricilla s. Barnard.

Memorandum It is my will & desire & I do give to my Daughter Judith a bed and furniture also a cow & calf over & above what I have above devised. Then it is my will & desire & I give to Polly Gilbert a young heifer cow & all my remaining property to be equally divided between all my children in Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this 10th day of April 1823 /w/ same as before.

October 4, 1823 It is further my will & desire that my Daughter Judith shall have in addition to what I have given her as above & I do hereby Give her one ewe & Lamb one sow with pig (…sow & pigs) & it is now my will & desire for the Love & affection I bear my wife that she shall & I do give (sic) her all the tract of Land & all other personal property which I now possess whereon I now live to her only proper use & benefit during her life & after her death to be Divided after complying with my will as above the remaining (sic) part of my Estate to be equally divided as above. I witness whereof I hereunto set my hand & seal this day & date above written /s/Matthew x Agee /w/ same.

At the court held. . 8 Jun 1824 no executor being appointed in the said will and Mary Agee the Widow and relict of the said deceased declining to Qualify. . .on the motion of Ai Agee who made oath and together with James Maxey, Levi Agee and John Ferguson his securities. . . entered bond of $800.00

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Mathew Agee's Timeline

1747
1747
Manakin, Goochland, Virginia Colony
1772
1772
Age 25
Franklin,,Virginia,USA
1774
1774
Age 27
Buckingham,Franklin,Virginia,USA
1776
1776
Age 29
Bedford, Buckingham, Virginia
1779
1779
Age 32
Franklin, Virginia, United States
1784
September 15, 1784
Age 37
Bedford, Virginia, USA
1787
1787
Age 40
Franklin County, Virginia
1789
1789
Age 42
Buckingham, Virginia, United States
1790
1790
Age 43
Franklin County, Virginia
1794
1794
Age 47
Franklin County, Virginia