Will of John Dillard
Written 12 June 1836
Jun. 19, 1836, John Dillard made his will. Gave to wife Eliz; my two sons James m. and Peter H. are sons of my last marriage to Eliz. Amherst Co. and Nelson. Co. land; Amherst Co. land bought of Dabney P. Gooch and where I now live and some bought of Lewis L. Jefferson; Tye River land in Nelson Co. Daughter Elizabeth; son John; son Francis; daughters Martha and Lucy; son George. Reference to deed of trust for them to John PENN. Executors, Alex MUNDY and Wm. DILLARD. Wts. David C. JONES. Rich.SHEPHERD, Michl. F. DAVIDSON, Stephen. DAVIDSON
Will of John Dillard Probated
16 Feb 1846
Proven by Richard SHEPHERD and Stephen DAVIDSON James M. and Peter H. Dillard qualified as executors, bondsman Alex. MUNDY. Administrators named refused to qualify.
Abstract of Will
Sons: James M. and Peter H., "children of my last marriage to Elizabeth"
Sons: John, Francis L., George
Daughters:Elizabeth, Martha, Lucy
Excrs: Alexander Mundy, William Dillard
Wits: David E. Jones, Richard Stephens, Michael A. Davidson, Stephen Davidson
15 October 1833
Grantors: Robert Jefferson and wife Elizabeth of Albemarle County, VA
Grantees: Jonathan Dillard
Description: 195 acres Elk Creek Island for $1032
Lines: Jonathan Thompson Jr & Jonathan Christian
Description: also adjacent tract of 38 acres
Lines: Philip Gooch, Jonathan Thompson's old survey, now P. Gooch
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with John by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with John: