Re: Ancestry.com - North Carolina Will Abstracts, 1660-1790
North Carolina Will Abstracts, 1660-1790
Viewing records 1-3 Matches Name Location Will Date Probate Date John Hamilton Nansemond County 25 Feb 1706-1707 25 Apr 1711 Will
Sons: James, William and Stewart (land at Salem), John and Andrew. Daughter: Mary Hamilton. Daughter-in-law: Mary Hobgood. Wife and Executrix: Catherine. Witnesses: Richd. Wynne, Henry Pullen, Daniel Ellett. Deputy Clerk: W. Ragsdale. Clerk of Court: Michl. Archir. This is a copy of will.
Edward Hare Hertford County 16 May 1772 22 Apr 1777 Will
Legatees: Thomas Hare (brother), Mary Hare (niece), Wynne West (daughter of Peter West), Mary Burges (sister), Ann Scot (sister), Luke Lewis (son of John Lewis), Lucretia Hare (daughter of Bryan Hare), Edward Bryan Hare (son of Bryan Hare), John Pipken (son of Isaac Pipkin), Bray Warren (son of Joseph Warren), Eff Lewis (son of John Lewis), John Miller, Edward Warren, John Hare (brother), Mills Lewis (son of John Lewis), William Warren (son of Edward Warren), Phillip Lewis (son of John Lewis), John Gattellen, Isaac Pipken, Jesse Barnes, Francis Speight, Henry Speight, John Goodman, Benj. Wynns, Junr., Solomon King, William West. Executor: Thomas Hare. Witnesses: Solomon King, John Lewis, Isaac Pipkin, Edward Warren. Will proven before Gov. Rd. Caswell at New Bern.
John Hassell Tyrrell County 25 Mar 1754 - Jun 1754 Will
Sons: John (plantation on West side of Scuppernong river known by the name of Plains), Joseph (lands on East side of Scuppernong river), Isaac (plantation on East side of Scuppernong River), Benjamin ("my manner plantation"). Daughters: Mary Wynne, Sarah Fox, Esther Hassell. Wife and Executrix: Rachell. Negroes bequeathed to sons. Witnesses: Thos. Wynne, Jeremiah Wynne, Peter Wynne. Clerk of the Court: Evan Jones.
Without documentation, I'm just a "name collector", not a "family historian".