The VERY long "Will of Henry Benskin Lightfoot of New Kent County, Virginia and the Island of Antigua," (dated 19 March 1805) is in The Virginia Genealogist, 30:195-201
I won't transcribe it all-- but it is very fascinating; highlights include:
* he was living on the Island of Antigua at the time he wrote his will
* left a bunch of money to friends living in Antigua (and a few in VA)
* makes reference to a "reputed natural [i.e., illegitimate] daughter baptized by the name of Juliana the natural Daughter of Aspasia Merrick" (who herself was the reputed natural daughter of one Thomas Oliver Merrick) "who formerly lived with me as house keeper" [ie., Henry impregnated his housekeeper] - in any case, he left Juliana 5,000 pounds (and a bunch more), and once she was 21 or married, many slaves and profits derived from them (see below). He also says of her "And to the end that the education of my said reputed natural Daughter Juliana may be complete in all respects to render her a well informed woman, it is my earnest request that as soon after my decease as may be convenient she be sent to England and placed at some respectable School noted for the good education and care of female children and the the allowance for her maintenance and education be liberal and fully sufficient for the purposes aforesaid.
* makes frequent reference to a Nicholas Lightfoot (but does not identify his relationship)
* bequeathes a number (34) of slaves to friends (and above Nicholas), named Tom, Harman, Toney, Goodloe, Harpur, Dick, John, Jacob, Pero, Temple, Stapford, Commodore, Glasgow and Dubling being Caulkers by Trade and now employed in his Majesty's yard at English Harbour, an apprentice Hamilton, Mulatto Harry Coleman, Neptune, Frank, Mulatto Dick Brown, being carpenters now also emp;oyed at English Harbour; Virgil, Tom, Justice and Cromwell being apprentices to carpenters; Mulatto Cudjoe, Mulatto Billy Spa[ ?], Harry Ponto, Richmond, and black Cudjoe, being Masons, and also employed at English Harbour; Aberdeen, Moco Tom, Little Jack, Mitford, being Labourers also employed at English Harbour; and Lefebur, Archy, Meyrick and Richard being boys who I desire may be put to trades... and also seven negro slaves following, that is to say Mimba, Barbara, Mercey, Creet, Lou, polly a washer with her three children Murphy, Frankey and Joe, together with the issue or increase of the females of said slaves...
* bequest to Aspasia Merrick (mother of Juliana; former housekeeper); an annuity of 100 pounds gold or silver money; he also bequeathed to her the following slaves and their issue: "Saint John, a young Cook, Abba and her Mulatto children Eley and Edward, Sophia and her coloured children Ann and Elizabeth, Ebo Louise (a field worker) and Molly Colquhoun."
* "I give and devise a free mestie [sic] woman named Mary Garrett who has been supposed to be my natural Daughter for and during her natural life one annuity or clear yearly sum of One Hundred pounds Gold or Silver current money..." also to her a parcel of land in the town of St. John, and a number of slaves, namely: a negro man named England, a cook, a negro woman named Bess (the daughter of saint), an African negro Girl named Jane (now with the said Mary Garrett), a mulatto girl named Eley Elliott (now employed in my house at the Grove), and two negro boys named Abraham and Benjamin..."
* he also freed a number of slaves, namely: a mulatto man named William Hillhouse, a carpenter, two negro women named Long Betty and Flora, House servants, two negro women named Lydia and Margaret (washers) and a negro man named Johnny (a groom), leaving them also "their usual allowance of food and cloathing from my plantation called the Grove and be permitted to live thereon during their respective lives without interruption or molestation provided they behaved themselves orderly and properly."
* my Godson William Butler, a youth now at school in England, son of my friend and Trustee William Butler (500 pounds)
He gave the remainder of his estate, including the Grove, to his friends John Burke, William Butler, Daniel Hill the younger, Thomas Rogers, Langford Lovell Hodge, George Poindexter, Nicholas Lightfoot and unto the eldest son of my brother Francis Lightfoot who shall be living at the time of my decease ....
* later reference to the eldest son of my Brother John Lightfoot
* later reference to my said brothers John Lightfoot, Francis Lightfoot, Sherwood Lightfoot; my sister Frances Poindexter