159 Pages, WPA Records, 8.5"x11", Softcover, Full Text, TN-0646, $25.00
Along with the actual will, you will find names of children, spouses, brothers, sisters, aunts,
nephews, slaves, aunts, uncles, and friends. No changes have been made ... the wills read
exactly as written and bring you back to a different era of forethought, understanding,
This publication contains the COMPLETE
text of wills registered in Sullivan County from 1830-1870 as compiled by WPA workers.
JOHN HIGGINS. Will. Wife: Mary. Sons" Westly, William, Alexander,
Elijah, John, James. Daughters: Elizabeth MILIGAN; Nancy TITTLE;
Mary TITTLE; Sally MORREY; Margaret ARMSTRONG; Polly TITTLE.
John MC MINN and George BOGLE to value estate, including slaves. Slaves:
Claria; Ben, Susan, Mariah, Lucy, George, Jim, Jack, Shearman. Executors:
Jehu MC MINN; George, BOGLE.
Along with the actual will, you will find names of children, spouses, brothers, sisters, aunts, nephews, slaves, aunts, uncles, and friends. No changes have been made ... the wills read exactly as written and bring you back to a different era of forethought, understanding, and love.
Barker, Joel M.
Bay, (or Boy) Adam
Beard, John Sr.
Boy (or Bay), Adam
Booher, Abraham M.
Cowan, William B.
Davault, Cynthia H.
Dulany, Thomas E.
Dulany, Thomas Elizabeth
Easley, Vincent, Elsea, Icy
Goodson, Samuel E.
Hatcher, Reuben B.
Haynes, Mathew T.
Hughs, Wm. J.
King, James, Sr.
Lyon, Eliza J.
Maul (or Moul), Benjamin
Moul (or Maul), Benjamin