Proved by James Neely, Nov 1791
Note 1: wife Agnes, executrix, and "loving friends" Robert Reid & David Hamilton were executors. Robt & Edward Martin, & Robt Phillips did inventory.
Note 2: stipulated that children be educated which suggest Robert was educated
Note 3: Thomas was not of age.
Proved by David McCreight, John McVea, & D. Hamilton, 14 Jan. 1794
James Neely & Edward Martin , Executors
The following heirs were named: mother, Jane; and sisters, Mary Phillips Campbell, Jane Phillips & Elizabeth Phillips (married name not given); nephews James, John, William, & Thomas Phillips, John Sloan, Jr.; and neices Jane & Betty.
Note 1: Robt, his brother had died & there was no mention of Agnes.
Note 2: Robt Martin, Sr., Robert Phillips, Sr., & Hugh Campbell witnessed the appraisal and made their marks.
Note 3: Estates of Thomas & William Phillips were mentioned in the appraisal?
Note 4: William's land adjoined Thomas Gladney's land
J. N. Harvey, John Kelso, & Sarah
Walker witnessed the signature on 25 March 1824.
The heirs were:
Also named were Nancy Harvey, James Sloan Nelson, and Elizabeth Nason.
Note 1: Buyers at the August 1828 sale were: Jos. Evans, John Beard, John
Sloan, Alex. Bell, Robt bones, James Bones, James Neal, Smith Phillips,
James N. Harvey, Wm Phillips, & John N. Harvey
Note 2: No wife was mentioned & James left all to sisters and their
Note 3: Loans made to James Phillips, M. Brown, John Sloan, Sr. & Jr.,
Smith Phillips, and James Campbell.
- William C. Allen; b. bef 1800 in SC was in Laud. Co., AL by 1818;
- John Reeves Hough, b in Chesterfield Co., SC 1799 probably came to AL in
1820's d. 1849 Laud. Co., AL;
-Joseph D. Scott b.ca 1821 d. Jackson Co., GA Nov 1862, his son Robert
Augusta Scott came to Laud Co., AL bef 1870;
- Andrew McPeters, b in Ireland ca 1773, was named in Wm Ewing will in
Fairfield Co., SC ca 1799; d. Laud Co., AL ca 1852;
- Mathew Long, b ca 1725 d. ca 1775 in 96th District Wm Herod Hendley d SC
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