Will, Elijah Jenkins, 11 July 1832, Wb C, pg 10-11
Georgia Morgan County .... 1st, I give ... daughter Aminta Randy... negro man ... Melvin at the death of my sister Polly Starr ... 2nd, I give ... Betsy Ann Jenkins ...negro girl ... Martha at the death of my wife Ann Jenkins ... 3rd, I give ... wife Ann Jenkins the south west half... the lot on which I reside including the buildings, also fifty acres adjoining the said half lot on the south west puchased of Humphey Gilmore, also five Negroes ... and all my household ... furniture ... (live stock), wagon, oxcart ... Plantation tools (for life, after to children)... 5). Appoint ... wife Ann Jenkins and my son Green B. Jenkins my Executor... 11 July 1832.
(w) W. J. King
(w) Sarah Willborn
(w) Nathl. Allen
(signed) Elijah Jenkins, Seal
Georgia Morgan County... open Court Nathaniel Allen and
William King ... subscribing witnesses ... Sworn ... Open Court
5 November 1832 Test, John W. Darter, C.Co
Recorded 8 November 1832.
Georgia, Probate Records, 1742-1975, Morgan.
Wills and marriages 1808-1899 vol A-D
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