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Will Book 2
1824 - 1854
This small book of accounts which Entrys is herein found of the article that I have let my children that has married & left me. Those entrys is to
designate what William Hall & Polly his wife, William Payne & Mahala his wife, & Daniel Pattie and Margaret his wife & James Monks & Elizabeth
his wife, so that my six children that has received nothing as yet may get an equal proportion with those that have received so that if there is
anything to divide after my death & my wife Lucys death that they may all shear equally in the residew if any.
The children's names that has received nothing as yet I will enter William S. Pattie, Thornton Pattie, Henry Pattie, Samuel Pattie, Sarah Bell
Pattie, Preston Pattie, as life is uncertain & death certain I have drew up those lines as my survivors may act in accordance with my wishes that
if I should be no more that my last mentioned children may share equally with the first as they may come of age.
|William Hall received one negro boy Jacob||350|
|one bay mare||60|
|one bed stead & furniture with their little articles and one cow I shall||60|
|say sixty dollars more|
|William Payne has received one negro girl Susey||300|
|one bay horse Poney||75|
|To a debt settled with Walter Satterwhite for Pd. Wm. Payne||50|
to a bed & furniture & other little article together with a cow in
the whole I think making
|Daniel Pattie has received one negro boy Wilson||350|
|one old gray horse||50|
|Seventy dollars Daniel received of me through Thomas Akins||70|
two twenty dollars Bank notes making forth dollars I sent Daniel
when the said Daniel lived at Hopkinsville
|To one bed without furniture or stead||12|
|To about eight weaks andrewn at Hopkinsville||16|
for moneys I have received of son Daniel one hundred dollars
for commanding a flat boat of freight I got of Col. James Johnson at
|A ten dollar Bill I received of Daniel the winter he got the old gray horse||10|
|James Monks received one negro girl Luiza||300|
|received plant & scanthing to erect a bagging factory in South Frankfort||100|
bed & furniture & other articles to begin with and one cow I suppose
all to be worth
above debts and credits made out this fourteenth day of September eighteen
hundred & twenty nine 1829 the day after my son John's
funeral was preached by Parson Light of the Methodist order.
first day of January 1833 I & my son William settled & exchanged
negroes the above boy Charles is my property & Flemmon Wms.
John Pattie Jan. 1st 1833
County November Court 1833
Submitted by: Michelle Woodham
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