About Thomas Rutledge
From "Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia Volume III": Will of Thomas Rutledge [will dated 10 Oct 1785, proved 21 June 1791] Page 378.--10th October, 1786.
Thomas Rutledge's will, planter--To wife, Jean, executrix, and sons James and Edward, executors; to wife, Jean, apprentice boy, John Fogle; negro wench, Chloe, to choose which son she will live with, viz: James, John, Thomas, Edward; to sons, Thomas and Edward, home plantation; to sons, James and John, lands in Botetourt County, on Roanoke, on North Fork; to sons, Thomas and Edward, 100 acres in South Carolina on a branch of Fishing Creek; to all four sons; to daughter, Katarine Rutledge; to son, George Rutledge, 1 shilling; to daughter, Elizabeth Armstrong, 1 shilling; to daughter, Ann Henderson, 1 shilling; to daughter, Mary Young, 1 shilling; to daughter, Jean Brooks, 1 shilling. Teste; Patrick Buchanan, Henry Marshall. Proved, 21st June, 1791, by the witnesses. Jane Rutledge appears and refuses to execute. Other executors qualify.