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Major, Hannah
From the book "Brasfield-Brassfield Genealogies" by Annabelle C. McAllister and Edward N. McAllister, 1959, page 93: "She made a will in Wake Co. Sept. 18, 1830, which was probated Wake Co. Court May Term, 1841; ROBERT FLEMING was named executor. (Record Book 24, p 501) 110 111"

Major, William
From the book "Brasfield-Brassfield Genealogies" by Annabelle C. McAllister and Edward N. McAllister, 1959, page 92:
". . . WILLIAM MAJOR, of Wake Co., N.C., whose will was made Nov. 1, 1787, proved Dec. Term, 1787, DAVID BRASFIELD, CHARLES BRUMFIELD and NICHOLAS MAJOR were witnesses."

Malone, Booth
Filed
Trigg County Kentucky
Will Book A
LDS Film #321328 Probate, Vol. A-B, 1820-1843
Page 219

State of Kentucky Trigg County In the name of God Amen.  I BOOTH MALONE of the above state and county being in perfect mind and memory thanks be given unto God calling to mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men to die do make and ordain this my last will & testament.  I submit my body to the grave & my soul to God who gave it and bequeath my Estate in the following manner.  First I give and bequeath to PATSY MALONE my dearly beloved wife all my Estate both personal & real to enjoy or dispose of feasible(?) & quality(?) at her own discretion except my negro man Tom which I will free at the death of my wife PATSY MALONE.  And I do hereby constitute and ordain PATSY MALONE my wife and THOMAS MALONE my son executors of this my last will and testament hereby revoking and disavowing all and every other former testament will & executors by me or anyone before made verifying and confirming this to be my last will and testament.  In witness whereof I have hereto set my hand and seal this fifth day of June in the year of our Lord on thousand eight hundred & thirty.  Signed & acknowledged by said BOOTH MALONE to be his last will and testament in the presence of us who in his presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto set our names.
BOOTH MALONE (seal)
Test
ROBERT MCCOLLUM
MATILDA MALONE
Commonwealth of Kentucky
Trigg County Set
I WILLIAM CAMERON clerk of the county court for the county aforesaid do hereby certify that the forgoing last will & testament of BOOTH MALONE decd was on this ? day of June 1830 produced to said Trigg County court for probate & was fully proven in open court according to law by the served(?) oaths of ROBERT MCCOLLUM and MATILDA MALONE two of the subscribing witness thereto and was ordered to be recorded whereupon said last will and testament of BOOTH MALONE and also this certificate have been duly admitted to
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record in my office.  Given under my hand this ? 21st day of June 1830.
WILL CAMERON CTC
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B. MALONE
decd
settlement with his Exec
&
? filed
? THOMAS D. MALONE Executor of BOOTH MALONE decd.
In account meitts(?) said Estate.
To Amount of Account of sales of said decedents Estate as returned by the Executor to the Trigg County Court on the 18th April 1831 and approved & recorded      165.08

To Amt of negro hire & C(?) as per a/c                       
recorded by Exec & filed in this settlement  598.00
To ? of negro boy Jo for 1837 30.00
793.08
By voucher No. 1 paid Isaac BURNETT’s Receipt 60.00
By voucher No. 2 paid to L. GARNETT Constable Rect 10.31
By voucher No. 3 paid note to JOHN MILLS 8.85
By voucher No. 4 paid JOHN GRUNORADE’s Rect on Note 15.31   
By voucher No. 5 paid JOHN THONY’s a/c 14.85
By voucher No. 6 paid L. GARNETT Constable Receipt 16.25 
By voucher No. 7 paid E. BACON’s Note 11.00
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By voucher No. 8 paid SAMUEL NORTHING Receipt 30.00
By voucher No. 9 paid WM DANIEL’s Note 11.25
By voucher No. 10 paid Sheriff’s Receipt 10.80
By voucher No. 11 paid EDDIE MEORN’s Receipt 20.16
By voucher No. 12 paid G. COX’s Note 7.75
By voucher No. 13 paid G. COX’s Receipt 18.25
By voucher No. 14 paid Clerk’s fee Bill 2.10
By voucher No. 15 paid ? Receipt 4.00
By voucher No. 16 paid WILLIAM BRANDON’s a/c 2.25   
By voucher No. 17 paid ? a/c .62      
By voucher No. 18 paid THOMAS COLEMAN’s Note 5.00  
By voucher No. 19 paid S. L. MCCAUGHON’s Constable Rct 8.88
By voucher No. 20 paid G. COX’s Receipt 1.75   
By voucher No. 21 paid S & D LANDES’ Receipt 2.00
By voucher No. 22 paid THOMAS YOUNG’s a/c 2.50
By voucher No. 23 paid WM PURSLEY’s Constable Rect 12.73
By voucher No. 24 paid Sheriffs Tax Receipt .58
By voucher No. 25 paid D. HASLAN’s Receipt 1.00
By voucher No. 26 paid PHILLIP FORD’s Order 2.00   
By voucher No. 27 paid Sheriffs Receipt .30
By voucher No. 28 paid Sheriffs fee Bill for ?  2.25  
By voucher No. 29 paid ? to Executor 15.00      
By voucher No. 30 paid Commissions of a/c 3.00 
Amount ? in ? hands 487.04
793.08

To amount ? remaining in his hands 487.04
Commonwealth of Kentucky Trigg County Set
We the undersigned two of the Commissioners of accounts for said County do report that we have on this day at the Clerk’s Office in Cadiz settles with THOMAS D. MALONE Executor of the last will & testament of BOOTH MALONE deceased in the manner written stated in form of an account and find remaining in his hands the sum of four hundred and Eighty Seven dollars and four cents of this amount the sum of $120 is for hire of negroes the present year and is not due until 1st January 1838.  We charged said Executor with the sum of $165.08(?) being the amount of the account of sales returned by him to the Trigg County Court.  We then Examined him an oath as to other assets that have come to his hands and have charged him with the further sum of $628 from a list furnished as by said Executor and filed with this settlement which he swore was all that have come to his hands or with which he should be charged as Executor ?.  We had all the heirs of the decedent living in the County duly summoned to attend this settlement but none did attend except John Mills who admitted the correctness(?) of every voucher for which we have given the Executor ? but for his said ?
and the fact of the decedent having willed all his Estate to his widow PATSY MALONE (who is also his Executrix) during her life.  We should not have allowed denial(?) of the written
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vouchers as they are informal & without receipts which we(?) have think proper to suggest to the court.  All the vouchers within mentioned are filed and returned with this report.  We made the Executor an allowance of five percent on the amount of his voucher and left it to be settled between him and the widow any other conssesational(?) to which he may be witness(?) of any for the further management of the Estate.  All which we submit to the Worshipful Trigg County Court.
Given under our hands this 20th day of February 1837.
J. E. THOMPSON
WILLIE MURIOND(?)
Commonwealth of Kentucky
Trigg County Set
I JAMES E. THOMPSON Clerk of the County Court for the County aforesaid do certify that the forgoing settlement made by the commissions of accounts for this county with THOMAS D. MALONE Executor of BOOTH MALONE decd was on the 13th day of March 1837 returned into our said Trigg County Court and was ordered to be filed and lay over until the next term for Exceptions thereto if any to be filed and on the 13th day of June 1837 said settlement having lain(?) over and no exceptions having been taken or filed thereto was taken up and having examined by the said court was approved and ordered to be recorded whereupon the same together with this certificate hath sworn duly admitted to record in my office.  Given under my hand this 27th day of September 1839.
J. C. THOMPSON CTCO
Appraisement Bill of BOOTH MALONE
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Liby a woman
Joseph a small boy
Amos a small boy
One mare & colt brown
One young mare brown
One horse brown
One yearling colt brown
One old cow & calf
One cow brown
One heifer & calf
One heifer & calf
One heifer & calf
One yearling steer
One young ____
One press
One folding table
Two chests
One bed and bedstead furniture
One bed and bedstead furniture
One bed and bedstead furniture
Eight chairs
Five irons shovel & tongs
A pair of ____ ____
One shotgun
One pot rack & pair pot hooks
The castings
One little wheel & reel
Two double horse ploughs
One carry plow & shovels
5 axes, 2 hoes, 1 mattock
One lot of tools, one pair ____
One pair _____, 3 swing____, 2 ____
One gem stone
3 sows & the shoats
Eight head of sheep
Given under my hand as executor of the last will and testament of BOOTH MALONE ____ 30th day of July 1830.
THOMAS D. MALONE Exr
BOOTH MALONE decd We the undersigned commissioners appointed by the Trigg County Court being first duly sworn ____ and appraised the forementioned property which.

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was produced to us by the Executors.  Given under our hand as commissioners. 
JAMES GARNETT
ROBERT MCCOLLUM
BURIDEH A. BLANTON
Commonwealth of Kentucky
Trigg County sct.
I WILLIAM CAMERON clerk of the County Court for the county aforesaid do hereby certify that the foregoing appraisement of the Estate of BOOTH MALONE decd was on this 18th day of April 1831 returned unto our said Trigg County Court and having been ____ and approved by the Court was ordered to be recorded.  Whereupon said appraisement together with this certificate hath been duly admitted to record in my Office.  Given under my hand this said 18th day of April 1831.  WILL CAMERON ctcc
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BOOTH MALONE
Sale Book July 31st 1830
PETER NANCE to parcel of augers and chisels $1.25
LEWIS DANIEL 3 augers and hammer 2.34
A. WILSON one shotgun 2.56
JAS LANDRUM coopers addy .50
WM. WALDEN fort addy .56
THO. ARMSTRONG cutting knife & steel 1.50
B. A. BLANTON tote of tools .12
JAS DANIEL cutting knife.50
P. KIDD drawing knife .81
W. WALDEN hand saw .93
JAS LANDRUM braced aa press 8.00
JAMES DANIEL 2 dishes 1.68
LEWIS DANIEL 1 dish .56
____ MILES 2 bottles .25
WM. MILES 1 bottle .18
WM. WALDEN 1 pair steelecords 1.56
____ MCCOLLUM paid 1 pair sheep shaves .34
THOS. D. MALONE 1 broad ax 1.00
PETER NANCE 1 ax .23
B. A. BLANTON 1 hone .06
C. POURETT shovel & tongues 1.62
WM. WALDEN hooks of flash forks .62
P. K. BURNETT paid pot rack 1.06
THOS. ARMSTRONG five iron skillets .37
P. NANCE 1 cross saw 2.00
JAS GARNETT 1 skillet .75
P. NANCE 1 double plough 2.87
JAS DANIEL 1 harness & traces 1.37
C. POUETTE 1 frow 1.00
W. WALDEN 1 set shoemaker stools 2.18
P. NANCE 1 gen stone 1.00
JAS LANDRUM stretcher & strong letice 2.18
LEWIS DANIEL 1 filly 32.00
B. N. B. CANTON yoke oxen 9.00

Malone, Daniel
Halifax County, VA, book 3, page 206, dated Nov. 3, 1795 probated Dec. 20, 1795:
Sons THOMAS, NATHANIEL, BANISTER, DANIEL, DRURY, JOHN, JAMESON, dau. MARY IRVINE, ELIZABETH TRANUM, BECKY ANDREWS.

Malone, George
Brunswick County, VA
Will Book 7
Page 428

In the name of God amen.  I GEORGE MALONE of Brunswick County and State of Virginia being weak in body but in perfect mind and memory do make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner of form (to wit). 
I lend unto my beloved wife LUCY MALONE during her widowhood or life the mill and all the land I hold in the County of Brunswick and at her marriage or death my will is that the said mill and land shall be sold by my executors hereafter named in such manner as they shall deem  most advantageous and my said executors are hereby informed to convey the same in due sample(?) to the purchase or purchasers and the money arising from such sale to be equally divided between my six youngest sons (to wit) BOOTH, JOHN, GEORGE, WILLIAM, ROBERT & JAMES MALONE to them & to their heirs forever.  I also lend to my beloved wife LUCY MALONE during her widowhood or life the following property (viz) six negroes namely Absalom, Isham, Jerry, Lucy, Dicy & Tom, four feather beds & furniture, four cows and callings, a young yake of steers(?),  the cart and wheels, three choice sows and pigs, one thousand pounds of good pork, forty barrels of corn, four ewes &lambs, twelve head of geese, two head of horses namely the grey mare farmer & a bay horse called Dowy, one loom with the slay(?) and harness of her choice, one dutch oven, three pots, one frying pan, two tubs, two pails, my best set of knives and forks, two flat irons, one crops aid(?)and hand saws, one drawing knife, two good plow hoes, two narrow axes, one broad ax, three broad hoes, three hill hoes, two gruling(?) hoes, all my chests & chairs, one walnut table, all my pewter earthenware, three hundred pounds of seed cotton, all my cotton ? three spinning wheels, my best flax wheel, my grindstone, her riding saddle & bridle.
Item, I give unto each of my sons a negroe which I have before lent them (to wit).  To LEWIS MALONE I give a negroe boy named Ben.  To MILES MALONE I give a negroe boy named Archers.  To BOOTH MALONE I give a negroe boy named Tom.  To JOHN MALONE a negroe boy named Ned.  To GEORGE I give a negroe boy named Abram.  To WILLIAM MALONE I give a negroe boy named BILLY.  To ROBERT MALONE I give a negroe boy named DICK.  To JAMES MALONE I give a negroe man named Ben and as to my son BOOTH MALONE my will is that he shall have his choice to return unto my estate a negroe girl named Fanny which I lent him or pay unto my estate sixty five pounds Virginia money & keep said negroe and her increase .  And I do give to each and every of my sons all the other property not above named which I have heretofore lent them.  Item to my daughter ELIZABETH LANIER I give and bequeath a negroe women named Dolly and all her increase
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to her to her heirs forever.  Item to my daughter WILMOTH HUTCHESON I lend a negroe women named Decy and all her increase during her and her husband RICHARD HUTCHESON natural life and then to be equally divided among all the children of my daughter Wilmoth.  Then to my daughter SALLY BUGG I give and bequeath a negroe named Hannah and all her increase to her with her heirs forever.  Item the children of my daughter MARY VAUGHAN I give and bequeath a negroe women named Gully(?)  and all her increase to be equally divided among them.  Item to the children of my daughter PATSEY LANIER I give & bequeath a negroe women named Becky(?) and all her increase to be equally divided among them.  Item to my daughter NANCY ODUM I give one mare & one bed and furniture which I have heretofore lent her.  Item at my wife’s marriage or death my will is that all the property which I have lent her the land and mill except(?) shall be divided among my children in the following manner (to wit) that  each and every of my sons shall  ?  one equal part & to my daughters ELIZABETH LANIER & SALLY BUGG shall receive each one equal part and that my daughter WILMOTH HUTCHESON shall receive one equal part as lent to her and her husband RICHARD HUTCHESON during their natural lives & then to be divided equally among all my daughter WITHMOTH’s children and that the children of NANCY ODUM, MARY VAUGHAN AND PATSEY LANIER shall receive each parcel their mother’s equal proportionable part. 
Item I will and desire that all my property of every ? except that part lent to my wife and the property I have heretofore given to my children in the will shall be divided among my children in the following manner (viz).  To each of every of my sons I give an equal part to my daughters ELIZABETH LANIER & SALLY BUGG I give one equal part each & to my daughter WILMOTH HUTCHESON I lend one equal part during her and her husband RICHARD HUTCHESON’s natural life and then to be equally divided among all my daughter WILMOTH’s children.  And to the children of NANCY ODUM, MARY VAUGHN & PATSEY LANIER I give to each parcel their mother’s proportionable part of said(?) property. 
Item my will and desire is that if any dispute shall arise between my children respecting a division of my estate that the same shall be left to three men to be appointed by the court of Brunswick County and their decision shall be binding on each party.  Lastly I appoint my son JAMES MALONE & my son in law JOHN BUGG my executors to this my last will & testament revolking and disannuling all former will by me made in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this the tenth day of August eighteen hundred and ten.
Signed sealed & acknowledged
GEORGE MALONE (seal)
in presence of
A. MALONE
THOMAS STEAGALL
CLAIBORNE MALONE
ASA GRESHAM
WILLIAM MURRELL
Brunswick County Court October 22nd 1810.  This last will and testament of GEORGE MALONE decd was
proved by the oaths of THOMAS STEAGALL & WILLIAM MURRELL witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded and on the motion of JAMES MALONE & JOHN BUGG the executors therein named who made oath thereto accordingly to law and together with ASA GRESHAM, ROBERT MONEY (or MORRELS), and THOMAS STEAGAL their security entered into and acknowledged a bond & in the penalty of twenty thousand dollars with condition as the law directs certificate is granted them for allowing a probate thereof in due form.
Teste
HERBERT HILL C.B.C.
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The account of the sales of the estate of George Malone decd the 29th day of November 1810.
(below are some of the names of individuals who bought from this sale)
JOHN GEE
LUCY MALONE
THOMAS SLEAGALL
WILLIAM BRASLEY
JAMES MALONE
RICHARD HUTCHENSON
HINKY HARDGRASS
JOHN BUGG
JAMES NOLLY
ASA GRESHEM
JAMES TUCKER
WILLIAM HALL
JOHN INGRAM
WILLIAM WARD
HANSON HEALD
THOMAS WALL
CHARLES LOYD
WILLIAM JONES
JOHN HICKS
GRIGON HUDSON
JOHN WYNNE
JOHN BRADLEY
RICH R. BROWN
WILLIAM TAYLOR
SALLY GIBBS
ABRAHAM SMITH
The amount of the sales of the estate of George Malone decd the 8th day of January 1811
(below are some of the names of individuals who bought from this sale)
BOOTH MALONE 1 lock 9
BOOTH MALONE a piece of iron steel?  37
BOOTH MALONE 1 book 9
JORDAN MALONE
BERY GEE
MILES ___________
ROBERT WESTMORLAND
JOHN ARNOLD
JOSEPH WITHERS
BOLTON STEAGALL
RUFFIN BROWN
JOHN T. DAUGHTERY
ROBERT MITCHELL
LARD MOSS
ROBERT LANIER
JAMES RAWLINGS
THOS EDWARDS
CHARLES FLOYD
JAMES TUCKER
JOHN HIDGERS
JOHN INGRAM
ISAAC SMITH
ALLEN STEAGALL
BOLLING ___

Malone, John
Proved in Sussex, Feb. 6, 1794.  Wife MARY, sons WILLIAM, JOHN, THOMAS, DANIEL, dau. ELIZABETH.

Malone, Martha
Decd
Will
Trigg County Will Book E
Page 146
LDS Film #321330, Probate Records, Vol. E-F, 1855-1865):

In the name of God Amen.  I MARTHA MALONE of the County of Trigg and State of Kentucky being advanced in age but of sound mind and memory and calling to mind the uncertainty of this life do make and declare the following to be my last will and testament that is to say I will and direct that my  just debts and funeral expenses shall be paid out of my estate and after the payment of my debts and funeral expenses I give and bequeath unto my son THOMAS D. MALONE on undivided eighth of all negroes bequeathed to me by my late husband BOOTH MALONE deceased with their increase.  I give and bequeath unto my daughter SUSAN TRAVIS one eighth part of all of said negroes and to my granddaughter CATHERINE SPENCER late CATHERINE FARROR I give and bequeath one third of one eighth of all of said negroes after the payment or satisfaction of the above specified bequests or legacies.  I will that the record (or residue) of my estate of every description shall be sold and the proceeds thereof equally divided amongst the residue of my children and grandchildren in such manner as they would be entitled to had I not made this my last will and testament.  I do hereby release each of my children from the payment of all demands of every description which I may have against any and all of them of every character whatever hereby revoking all other or former wills and testaments by me at any time heretofore made.  In witness whereof have hereunto set my hand this 25 August 1854.
Martha Malone (her mark)
Witness
Thos Garnett
Anthony Garnett
Commonwealth of Kentucky
Trigg County Set
I ALBERT S. DABNEY Clerk of the County Court for the County aforesaid do certify that the forgoing last will and testament of MARTHA MALONE deceased was this day produced into Court and proven according to law by the oath of Anthony Garnett one of the subscribing witnesses thereto and the same was ordered to be filed and recorded  whereupon said will with this certificate hath been admitted to record in my office given under my hand this 30th day of December 1856.
A.  S. DABNEY C7CC
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MARTHA MALONE
deceased
Add
Settlements
Enumerated
Filed 1860

THOS D. MALONE adm of MARTHA MALONE decd.
In a/c with decedent estate Dr
To amt found in hand of admrs on last settlement of 1250.00.
Receipts
By 1/3 paid M. SAXON as per rect of 416.66 2/3
By 1/8 paid THOS D. MALONE 156.25
By 1/8 paid SUSAN TRAVIS 156.25
By 1/24 paid CATHERINE SPENCER 52.08 1/5
781.25
-468.75

By 1/8 of $468.75 paid to SAML FARRIS $26.04 Farrow
By 1/8 of             (not yet paid) JNO FARRERS heirs 26.44 Farrow
52.08
416.67

1/5 of ___ 416.67 paid to JNO MILLS wife 83.33 1/3
1/5 of ___ 416.67 paid to WM ROBERTS wife 83.33 1/3
* “ “ “ “ “ “ M. MALONE 83.33 1/3  
“ “ “ “ “ “ LUCY SPENCER 83.33 1/3  
“ “ “ “ “ “ M. H. THOMPSON 20.83 1/4  
“ “ “ “ “ “ THOS THOMPSON 20.83 1/4  
“ “ “ “ “ “ WM B. THOMPSON 20.83 1/4
“ “ “ “ “ “ MARTHA THOMPSON 20.83 1/4 
cast of this settlement to Co. Judge 1.50
cast of this settlement to Clk 2.50
due from parties to admin 4.00 over paid              
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State of Kentucky
Trigg County set
I ALFRED B. DYER Clerk of the Trigg County Court (acting for County Judges) law(?).  I did this day state and settle the a/c(?) THOMAS D. MALONE Admin of MARTHA MALONE decd (in lieu of County Judge) as set forth above.  I charged him with $125(?) found to be(?) in his hands on last settlement and him ____by payments made to the above parties (______  _______Farrer ___ 26.04) yet in his hands and by 4$ for this settlement which ____ over paid by him after he pays FARRIES heirs the sum over paid $4.00 this 11 Sept 1864.
A.  B. Dyer C7CC
State of Kentucky
Trigg County set
I ALFRED B. DYER CLERK of the County Court aforesaid do certify that this settlement made with THOS D. MALONE admin of MARTHA MALONE decd was returned in Court on the 11 Sept 1860.  Filed and ordered lay over for exceptions and laying over and no exceptions being taken the same was this day taken up. Examined approved and ordered to be recorded which has been ____ in my office this 9 October 1860.
B. DYER clk

Malone, Nathaniel Burwell
Signed January 1732, probated March 21, 1732:
In the name of God I NATHANIEL MALONE of the Parish of Southwark and the County of Surry in the Colony of Virginia being weak in body but of sound Perfect & dispossing mind & memory priase be therefore given to Almighty God and calling to remembrance the unceratin State of this transitory life and that flesh must yield unto death when it shall please God to Call (do ordain this) my last will and testament hereby revoking all other wills & testaments heretofore made. Imprimus My sole I resign to God that ___ thru the merit and mediation Of Jesus Christ (my sins shall be forgiven). My body I commit to the earth (from whence it was taken to be buried) by my exec. hereafter named and for the (dispoition) of my eatate I devise & dispose of in manner following: Item: I devise to my loving son NATHANIEL and his heirs forever my house & my lands lying and being on the South side of Sappony Creek in the Parish & County aforesaid Excepting one acre at the hog pen ford just below my dwelling house & also one Negro woman named Judy & one cow to him ye said NATHANIEL and his heirs forever. Item: I devise unto my loving son DRURY that one acre of land before excepted at hog pen ford and the plantation where I now live & the land adjoining these according to the bounds following Viz: Beginning at the cart ford of Sappony Creek thence going a (short course) north by hasty Branch . . .etc. to Great Pond, to Pig Quarter on Stone Creek, then down said Creek to mouth of Sappony Creek . . . But in default of DRURY having heirs, land to son THOMAS, and in default of his having heirs, to be divided between sons WILLIAM and NATHANIEL. To son THOMAS, land up the Sappony Creek along WILLIAM HARPER's line, 10 pounds and a negro. To son DANIEL my house and 200 acres on ye north side of Nottaway River beginning at the mouth of Tommoheton Swamp in Prince George Co, running up the swamp and Nottaway River for 200 acres. To son-in-law JOSEPH HARPER: my house and 200 acres in upper part of a tract called Tommahlon land and 20 pounds, 2 cows and calves.  To daughter AMEY . . 1 mulatto named ___? AMEY also to keep my daughter MARY until (they marry or come of age). To my daughter ___ COURTNEY?. . . PHOEBE? remainder to be equally divided. Executrix: DRURY and NATHANIEL MALONE. Wit: ROBERT WYNNE, JOHN GILLIAM, JR.

Malone, Thomas
Of Mecklenburg Co., VA March 25, 1797 (1st) probated April 10, 1797 and (2nd) June, 1807.  Sons WILLIAM, THOMAS, DANIEL, dau. FANNEY NANCE, LUCY SENIER.

(Marshall) Malone, Lucy
From "Malone and Allied Familes" by Randolph Malone, page 124:
Brunswick Co., VA Will Book 9, p. 148
Dated 9 July 1819
Proved March 1821

Sons ROBERT and JAMES MALONE, Daughters POLLY HODGES, CATHERINE FARRAR, SALLY BUGG. Children of my son JESSE CARTER, deceased. Children of my daughter ELIZABETH HOOPER, they being POLLY and ELIZABETH HOOPER. Executors: My son JAMES MALONE and son-in-law JOHN BUGG. Witnesses: DAVID (DAVID) MOSS, CLAIBORNE MALONE, G.B. HUDSON.

(Franklin) McGee, Sarah
In the name of God, Amen, I SARAH MCGEE being sound in mind but weak in body feeling the uncertainty of life and the certainty of death do hereby make and publish this my last will and testament hereby revoking all other wills.
Item 1st, I give and bequeath to my beloved son G W MCGEE all my earthly goods real and personal that I may die possessed of.
Item 2nd, I nominate and appoint my said son G W MCGEE, Executor of this my last will and testament and ask the court to allow him to act as such without security. Witness my hand this 3rd day of April,1865.
Signed in the presence of the undersigned, the testator acknowledging this to be her last will this 3rd day of April, 1865.
SARAH MCGEE (X her mark)
witness: J. MARABLE
T.M. CARTER
J.R. ANDERSON
DICK TALLY
NEIL QUINE
Probated 4 March 1871, in Christian County, KY

Minter, Cary
In Oct., 1781, he made a will leaving "all I possess to my beloved wife MARGARET to try & raise my children." The will was probated in Feb., 1782 and a MORGAN MINTER was named exor. MORGAN also signed as witness.

Moseley, Robert
1829 - Robert's will - Logan County, KY Will Book D, page 22

Pool, William Jr.
Dated 26 Sept., 1763, Johnson County, NC
Probated Oct., 1763
Exec.: SARAH POOL, NEEDHAM BRYAN, NATHAN WILLIAMS
Wit.: WILLIAM BRYAN AND JOHN SMITH