Location: Pendleton, Virginia, United States
Surnames/tags: black_heritage conrad coil
West Virginia, U.S., Wills and Probate Records, 1724-1985 Pendleton Wills, Vol 2-4, 1801-1858 viewer pages: 424-425 https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/9087/images/004715566_00425?usePUB=true&_phsrc=acR3355&_phstart=successSource&usePUBJs=true&pId=1049580 Ancestry.com. West Virginia, U.S., Wills and Probate Records, 1724-1985 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015. Original data: West Virginia County, District and Probate Courts.
Jacob Conrad of Pendleton County, State of Virginia Will dated 6th September 1824 with codicil. Will proven 4 September 1829.
This is not a complete transcription yet. It is only the names of heirs and what they received, including slaves.
Son - Ulrick Conrad
- Smith's tools and stoves in both houses
Son - Jacob Conrad
Son - Benjamin Conrad
- Land he lives on + land bought of Andrew Coil
- Mulatto boy named Harris
Son - Daniel Conrad
- Mulatto boy named Abraham
Son - John Conrad
- Negro boy Jesse
Son - Peter Conrad
- Negro boy Elijah
Daughter - Sabina Colip
- The plantation on which she lived (sic) in this County
- And a negro woman named Hannah
- and a bond that I had against her husband
Children of deceased daughter Frany Coil
- bond on their father
- a bond for $250 on Frederick Bosco? Borsoe? and Frederick Hedrick which was given for a negro girl called Peggy
- 3 notes on Jesse Hinkle/Henkle, deceased
- Two notes on Reuben Dyer
Daughter - Barbara Harper
- Note on Joshua and Thomas Wood
Daughter Phoebe Coil’s children
- A title Bond on their father for the land he lives on
- Three black children in their father's possession
- To take place after the death of said Samuel Coil
Daughter - Mary Coil’s children
- [Around] Reed's Creek
- Bought of Thomas Cock(?)
- Bonds on any of the Propsts
- “Sons of my late wife”
"My mulatto girl named Sally"
- "If... she behaves herself ... well"
- Her and her child will be free
- One old bay mare and one cow
- Her spinning wheel and bed in the little room
Codicil - undated
- Sally is now pregnant, so he frees her unborn child, too
- plus $50 (or to her children if she is deceased)
Sons Jacob and Ulrick executors Will presented to the court 4 Feb 1829
- What does this "bond" mean in relation to a slave? Oct 10, 2021.