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The will of Thomas Best, which went through probate in North Carolina in 1784

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In 1784, Thomas Best died, in North Carolina, bequeathing to his wife Deborah a black man known as Long Dick, and a black woman named Con, along with "one half her future increase."[1] To his daughter Ann, he left a black man called Short Dick, a black girl called Suey, a black boy called Isaac, and "one half of the future increase of my Negro woman called Con." The will also divided Thomas Best's land and cattle.

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  1. North Carolina, Wills and Probate Records, 1665-1998




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