Francis Ware Will, 1754, Maryland

WARE, FRANCIS, Charles Co. 8 Jan 1754; 4 March 1754
To son Jacob Ware, Negro man Petter, Mulatto girl Charity, Negro girl Charity, Negro girl Sarah. Also 50 pounds paper currency after the warehouse account Is settledo Also half the live stock on the land where he lives.
To son Francis Ware tract called “Sycomy,” 450 A., tract called “Hawkins Barrens.” 171 A., “Moors Folly,” 50 A.; “Come by Chance” on the vast side of the road that leads from Dr. Browns to Portobacco, 62 A., ‘Moore Branch,” 25 A.; 4 lotts in Charles Towne generally known as Portobacco. Also servant man Barnaby, Kelly, Negro man Sambow, Negro girl Sue, Negro child Edward.
To son Edward Ware, tract known as “Tattershalls Gift” In Durham Parish, 400 Am; Negro woman Moll, mulatto girl Easter, Negro child Sambow, horse and saddle when he arrives at. age 21.
To dau Susanna Luckett, Negro man Bangoe, cow and calf.
To dau Sarah Ware, Negro woman Jane, Negro girl Besse Negro boy James, horse, furniture.
To dau Elizabeth Ware, Negro woman Anne Negro boy Charles known as Bucks, Negro girl, Peg., horse saddle and furniture, 3.
To Mary Crismond, cow and calf and heifer,
To Aaron Crismonds, son of Mary Crismond, colt running In the “Old Fields. ”
To Joseph Crismond son Of Mary Crismond, colt Anne Crismond
dau. of Mary Crismond heifer, Remainder of estate to four children unmarried, Francis Ware, Edwd. Ware, Sarah Ware, Elizabeth Ware,
Son Francis Ware, trustee and guardian of son Edward Ware.
Son Francis Ware, ex.
Wit: William Neale, John Brackan, James Hall. 29.83

 

Source: Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia’s Northern Neck Counties, on-line


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