1735 - 1802 (66 years)
||Jane McCuistion |
||11 Mar 1735
||15 Jan 1802
||Guilford Co NC
- WILL: A:124
JANE FLACK [written] 15 Jan. 1802; probated Nov. 1802
Son Thomas all my lands 300 acres
Andrew FLACK, son of Elisha - my black horse
Samuel DAUGHERTY's daughter Jenny - my saddle
Daughter Jenny- two coverlids
John DAUGHERTY's daughter Polly - my great pot
Daughter Dorcas - my bed and furniture
Andrew FLACK's daughter Jenny - my wheel
James FLACK's son Elisha - one cow
Sons Thomas & Elijah - my cattle and sheep
Executor: Son James FLACK - to divide property
Wits: Andrew FLACK, Elijah FLACK
The Will Abstract was kindly supplied by Fredric Z. Saunders on the GenForum Messageboard
26 Mar 2009
||11 Dec 2022 |
||James McCuistion, b. 2 May 1700, Derry IE d. 6 Nov 1765, Rowan NC (Age 65 years) |
||Jennet, b. 1706, Ireland d. 11 Apr 1783, Guilford, North Carolina, United States (Age 77 years) |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
||James McCuistion Will, 1765
Witnessed by Thomas Flack|
In the name of God amen I James McCuistion of the province of North Carolinia and County of Rowan being in Infirm in body but of Sound Memory and Judgement do this Eighteenth day of October In the year of our lord God One thousand Seven hundred and Sixty five Make & publish this my Last will and Testament whither by word or writing if Such be made By me first I bequith my Soul to God Waiting Through Grace in Christ My Savour for that Merit promised to them that Believe in him, and My Body to Be Intered as my Executor Thinks fit. and first of all to pay my Just Debts and to Divide my Estate as follows to wit
First of all I give to my Dearly Beloved wife Jenut McCuistion the full [?] part of all my Movables with my Ready Money and Debts Due to me with my Negro, fellow Named Jim, or James. Secondly with my plantation I now live on During her life time not to be Disturbed By any to have the Same power as if I was alive …….
Secondly, I Give the remainder of all my movables and Chattle To my five Daughters to be Equally Divided among [?] To my Daughter Jane now mary’d To Thomas Flack also, to my Daughter Sarah also, to my Daughter Lovina now mary’d to John Nelson also to my Daughter Mary and to my Daughter Dorcas —
Thirdly I give my son Gustavus McCuistion [?] give Four Hundred & forty Acres of Land Lying on Both Sides of [Richland Creek?] Known by the name of The Mill place joining Scotsland. I allow and ordain Son Thomas McCuistion as Guardein over him and not to sell or [?] of the plantation I left to my Son Gustavus McCuistion without my son Tho’s McCuistions concent or leave Now By the name of the Mill [?] ………..
Fourthly I Give to my son James McCuistion the plantation I now live on with all the Improvements and piece or parcle of land as is Contain’d In [?] for [?] Improvement, at his Mother My Wife’s Death and not to then and not molest her or any she apoints to live on it During her lifetime.
5th I allow Unto My Son Tho’s McCuistion the sum of Twenty shill. Current money of North Carolina to be paid in three months after my decease to be paid By my Son James McCuistion.
6ly I allow unto Son Tho’s McCuistions Son James McCuistion the sum of Nine pounds to be paid when he is Come of age By my son James McCuistion.
7 Also I allow my Son James McCuistion to pay unto my three daughters Sara, Docas, & Mary each of them Twenty pounds to be paid in four years after their Mothers Deceas My wife Jennet McCuistion and my Son Tho's McCuistion & my son James McCuistion Executor of this my last will & Testament in the presence of who were present at the signing & sealing Thereof the day & year above written
James M Cuiston
Signed Sealed and Delivered by [?] James Mc Cuistion as for his last will and Testament in the presence of us who were present at the signing & sealing thereof
||Will of Jane (McCuistion) Flack, Jan 15, 1802|
January 15th 1802 — In the name of God amen.
I Jane Flack of the County of Guilford and State of North Carolina do make and constitute this my last will and testament in the maner and form as follows, [?]
Item - I give unto my son Thomas Flack all my lands and tenaments containing three hundred acres.
Item - I give unto Andrew Flack's son Elisha my black horse
Item - I give unto Samuel Daugherty's daughter Jenny my saddle
Item - I give unto my daughter Jenny two new [coverlids?]
Item - I give unto John Daugherty's daughter Polly my great pot
Item - I give unto my daughter Dorcas my bed and furniture
Item - I give unto Andrew Flack's daughter Jenny my wheel
Item - I give unto James Flack's son Elisha one cow
It is my will and desire that my cattle and sheep be equally divided between my two sons Tho's and Elijah
Likewise it is my will and desire that my son James Flack shall be my Executor and divide the remaining part of my property among my children as he may think proper — this being my last will and testament — given under my hand and seal.
Jane Flack [her mark]
Signed and sealed in the presence of us
Andrew Flack [?]
N.C. Guilford County — November Court 1802
Andrew Flack prov'd the within will in open court & on motion admitted to record. — Then came in James Flack and qualified as Executor in open court
John Hamilton [?]
- [S38] Jane McCuistion (1735-1802), (familysearch.org) (Reliability: 3).
- [S28] Thomas Flack and Jane Mcquiston marriage records, (AncestryInstitution.com) (Reliability: 2).