Granville Will Books
will of Chesley Daniel, wr 17 Aug 1814, pr Nov 1814
to wife Judith Daniel during her life time the following property, to wit, Charles, Amy, Milley, Nancy, Christian, Mary, Jiney, Frankey, Kessie, Lucy, Henry & old Jinney, being all the negros that I have remaining, not already disposed of...my old mansion house at Tranquility & the use of as much of my land where she may choose as may be sufficient to work her negros on. It is my will and desire that the negros lent to my wife during her life and which are included as a mean of support to her as well as to enable her to support my daughter Jane Daniel shall after the death of my wife remain for the use & benefit of my daughter Jane Daniel her life time. to sons Woodson Daniel & Beverly Daniel
exrs wife Judith Daniel, James Daniel, Woodson Daniel & Beverly Daniel
wit A. L. Satterwhite
to my wife during her life Milly's last child (now only a few days old) after her death it is my Will & desire that it shall be joint property of my sons Woodson & Beverly Daniel...29 Sep 1814
Daughters of the American Revolution, DAR Genealogical Research Databases, database online, (http://www.dar.org/ : accessed 16 Mar 2018), "Record of DANIELS, CHESLEY", Ancestor # A200341.
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