Names listed as slaves in Fayette County, GA Wills & Probate Records

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Will or Probate Record Name Slave Names Listed Date of record Disposition or other Relative Information
Brassell, William Moses 29 Jun 1860 Delila Moses
Brassell, William Tilda 29 Jun 1860 Delila Moses' sons - Phillip & Hiram D. Moses
Brassell, William Isaac 29 Jun 1860 Martha Brassell
Brassell, William Madison 29 Jun 1860 John C. Brassell
Brassell, William Beeffire?? 29 Jun 1860 Alva H. Brassell
Brassell, William Mose 26 July 1861 Delila Moses
Brassell, William Isaac 26 July 1861 Martha Brassell
Brassell, William Madison 26 July 1861 John C. Brassell
Brassell, William Russill? 26 July 1861 Alva H. Brassell
Brassell, William Boy named Simon, about 14 years of age 26 July 1861 Britton W. Brassell
Brassell, William Tilda, a negro girl 26 July 1861 As stated in will
Gay, Gilbert Negros 30 Sept 1852 Divided between Thomas B. Gay, Isaac P. Gay, Henry M. Gay & Dicey Wood
Gay, Gilbert Negro woman Kitty & her child, Ginny; Negro woman Hannah; Negro man Jim 30 Sept 1852 Levicey Gay (wife)
Gay, Gilbert Eason, Elick (boy) & Milly 30 Sept 1852 Thomas B. Gay
Gay, Gilbert Abram, Emily (girl), Cleo (woman) & Deborah (man) 30 Sept 1852 Isaac P. Gay
Gay, Gilbert Congos, Mary & her children - Dorcas, Ben, Sano 30 Sept 1852 Henry M. Gay
Gay, Gilbert Walker, Green, America (girl) 30 Sept 1852 Dicey Wood, Wife of Winston Wood
Gay, Gilbert Hanah, Kitty & her child, Ginney; 30 Sept 1852 After the death of his wife, to Thomas B. Gay
Gay, Gilbert Jim 30 Sept 1852 After the death of his wife, to Isaac P. Gay
McLean, Oliver Dinah, Suthing 30 June 1841 Mary McLean (Daughter)

McLean, Oliver

 

Dec 1855 & 25 Dec 1856

Sale of Negroes by Estate

McLean, Mary

Anthony

28 Nov 1851

To be sold; Sale listed in probate as 05 Dec 1856

McLean, John

Negro woman named Iseua? & her son, Stephen; and any other issue by 1870

10 Oct 1850

William Frances & Allison Hurst McLean; Further issue to be divided btw W. F., A. H. and an unborn child (this child was named Jesse and died as an infant) Allison Hurst McLean eventually settled in Texas and William F. settled in Alabama after Civil War

McLean, John

Negro Girl Lithia?

10 Oct 1850

Miriam S. McLean; Miriam married James M. Pate in Dec 1851.  They had two sons, one who died as an infant and another son, John W. Pate born in June 1854; Miriam died in June 1854; John W. Pate died in 1877; James M. Pate remarried to Martha C. Osburn in 1858;

McLean, John

First child of negro woman Salice

10 Oct 1850

Rachel R. McLean;  Rachel married John H. Harwell in 1858

McLean, John

Negro woman Salice; Negro boy Roland

10 Oct 1850

To remain on plantation until 1865;
Milner, John A woman by the name of One and her 2 girl children Will written 1848 &  Recorded 1851 (Fayette Co, GA & Tallapoosa Co, AL) To daughter Nancy Simmons
Milner, John Negro woman Harriett Will written 1848 &  Recorded 1851 (Fayette Co, GA & Tallapoosa Co, AL) Dau Martha Graden
Milner, John Negro woman Lucy & her son Henry Will written 1848 &  Recorded 1851 (Fayette Co, GA & Tallapoosa Co, AL) Dau Mary Knowles
Milner, John Negro man Cob Will written 1848 &  Recorded 1851 (Fayette Co, GA & Tallapoosa Co, AL) To Son John M. Milner
Milner, John Negro Boy Jim Will written 1848 &  Recorded 1851 (Fayette Co, GA & Tallapoosa Co, AL) To son Joshua Milner
Milner, John Negro Girl Eliza Will written 1848 &  Recorded 1851 (Fayette Co, GA & Tallapoosa Co, AL) To son Joshua Milner
Milner, John Negro Man Adam Will written 1848 &  Recorded 1851 (Fayette Co, GA & Tallapoosa Co, AL) To son Thomas Milner
Milner, John Negro Man Nelson Will written 1848 &  Recorded 1851 (Fayette Co, GA & Tallapoosa Co, AL) To sons ?, Jefferson, Jackson & William after death of my wife, Susan
Milner, John Negro Man George Will written 1848 &  Recorded 1851 (Fayette Co, GA & Tallapoosa Co, AL) To sons ?, Jefferson, Jackson & William after death of my wife, Susan
Milner, John Negro Woman Betsy Will written 1848 &  Recorded 1851 (Fayette Co, GA & Tallapoosa Co, AL) To sons ?, Jefferson, Jackson & William after death of my wife, Susan
Pearce, John Negro man Green (about 34 years of age) 09 Aug 1854 - Written; Probated 01 Sept 1856 To be sold

Smith, Alexander

Negro Man Elizah

31 Dec 1853

Estate Appraisal

Smith, Alexander

Negro Man Simon

31 Dec 1853

Estate Appraisal

Smith, Alexander

Negro girl Lucy

31 Dec 1853

Estate Appraisal

Starr, Benjamin

Negro Solomon

10 Mar 1852

Estate Appraisal

Starr, Benjamin

Ama

10 Mar 1852

Estate Appraisal

Starr, Benjamin

Mary and her three children 

10 Mar 1852

Estate Appraisal

Starr, Benjamin

Harn

10 Mar 1852

Estate Appraisal

Starr, Benjamin

Ana

10 Mar 1852

Estate Appraisal

Starr, Benjamin

Julia

10 Mar 1852

Estate Appraisal

Starr, Benjamin

Lucy and her three chilren

10 Mar 1852

Estate Appraisal

Starr, Benjamin

Rintha

10 Mar 1852

Estate Appraisal

Starr, Benjamin

Hala

10 Mar 1852

Estate Appraisal

Starr, Benjamin

Caleb

10 Mar 1852

Estate Appraisal

Stubbs, Sarah

Bob, age 50

01 Feb 1853

Sold to B. J. Fortson

Stubbs, Sarah

Henry, age 20 

01 Feb 1853

Sold to William N. Hill

Stubbs, Sarah

Elleck, age 18

01 Feb 1853

Sold to Gilbert Gay

Stubbs, Sarah

Bill, age 27

01 Feb 1853

Sold to M M Tidwell

Stubbs, Sarah

Spence, age 35

01 Feb 1853

Sold to Tandy J. Whitaker

Stubbs, Sarah

Nancy, age 50

01 Feb 1853

Sold to William N. Hill

Stubbs, Sarah

Mary, age 17

01 Feb 1853

Sold to John L. Todd

Stubbs, Sarah

Caty, age 18

01 Feb 1853

Sold to Isaac P. Gay

Stubbs, Sarah

Zilpha, age 14

01 Feb 1853

Sold to Jesse Barrentine

Stubbs, Sarah

Boy, age 10

01 Feb 1853

Sold to P. H. Allen

Stubbs, Sarah

Sarah and child, age 26 and 2 years

01 Feb 1853

Sold to Hubbard Stubbs

Stubbs, Sarah

Jane, age 4

01 Feb 1853

Sold to William Lee

Stubbs, Sarah

Ginsay, age 14

01 Feb 1853

Sold to Camelius Bennett

Stubbs, Sarah

Boy, age 8

01 Feb 1853

Sold to William N. Hill

Stubbs, Sarah

Loisa, age 4

01 Feb 1853

Sold to Hubbard Stokes

Thompson, Samuel

Mathew, John & Negro boy named Ned (?)

Will written 09 Oct 1845; Presented to court 17 Nov 1845

To wife Elizabeth

Thompson, Samuel

Bob & his wife Eady; Isham & his wife Milly

Will written 09 Oct 1845; Presented to court 17 Nov 1845

To son Jeremiah Thompson

Thompson, Samuel

Sarah & her three children, Sussannah, Liller & William

Will written 09 Oct 1845; Presented to court 17 Nov 1845

To grandaughter, Paulina Milsaps & her husband, Larkin Milsaps

Thompson, Samuel

Payton; negro boy - Sam; negro girl - Nina?

Will written 09 Oct 1845; Presented to court 17 Nov 1845

To grandson Allen Thompson

Thompson, Samuel

woman - Silly; boy - Henry; girl - Masot

Will written 09 Oct 1845; Presented to court 17 Nov 1845

To grandson Samuel Thompson

Thompson, Samuel

boy - Joe; girl -Phllis

Will written 09 Oct 1845; Presented to court 17 Nov 1845

To grandson Samuel Thompson

Thompson, Samuel

boy - Robin, son of Silly; boy - Mishack; boy - Lewis

Will written 09 Oct 1845; Presented to court 17 Nov 1845

To grandson Lewis T. Thompson

Thompson, Samuel

Negro boy - Robbin; Negro girl - Betty;

Will written 09 Oct 1845; Presented to court 17 Nov 1845

To the children of grandaughter, Sarah Ann Wethers & her husband Thomas Wethers

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