Records of Estates Bertie County, North Carolina Vol. II 1734-1788

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(73) JOHN BLACKMON
Account of sale 1737 by Theophilus Williams. Buyers:  Henry Baker Arthur Blackmon John Blackmon John Jemigan Robert Butler Henry Everard John Page Benjamin Brister John Hinnand John Lett Thomas Buntin Paul Pender Thomas Busby Thomas Page William Everard John Carrel]
GeorgeHouse John Smith Theophilus Williams Benit Blackmon

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(116) THOMAS BUSBY
Inventory May, 1739 by Theophilus Williams, exr.

 

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(239) SAMUEL GRANBERRY
Administration grtd. Sarah Granberry, Nov. 12, 1774. Inventory Dec. 24, 1779, including part of the belongings bequeathed to James Granberry, son of the dec'd., and including Negroes Boson, Lydia, Patience, Peter, Charles, Ben and Moses. Account current with the admrx. from Dec. 10, 1774 to Nov. 11, 1779. Money was paid to:
... Jethro Peele ...

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(286) Ezekiel Harrell (son of John Harrell, Sr.) had a son Hardy Harrell, who died without issue, and a daughter Grace who married a Mr. Pearce.

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... Deposition (Apr. 29, 1805) by Ezekiel Harrell (son of John Harrell, Sr.) agrees with the preceding statements, but adds that Grace Pearce was dead in 1805....

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(314) BENJAMIN HILL
Account current from May, 1746 to Jan., 1762 with Henry Hill, exr. Money was paid for goods bought of William Pierce, and for goods bought of William Wheeler from Oct., 1740 to Jan., 1762. This file also contains the summons of Edward Outlaw to answer to Henry Hill and Thomas Jones, exrs., Nov. 14, 1754.

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(507) JAMES PEARCE
Administration grtd. Joseph Loyd (sic), Aug. 11, 1774. Inventory (undated) by the admr. Account of sale Nov., 1774 by Arthur Brown. Buyers: Joseph Loyd Burrell Johnston Sukey Braveboy Abr. Sullevant Jeremiah Pearce John Butler James Bate Henry Bate Thomas Pearce Account current with Joseph Loyd, admr., from Oct., 1774 to Nov., 1779,in which money was paid to the Martin County Court

(508) WILLIAM D. PEARCE
Inventory Feb. 13, 1776.

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(512) WILLIAM PERSEY
Inventory Feb. 4, 1782 by Elizabeth (X) Persey. Division of estate Dec. 23, 1783 among (1) William Persey, (2) Nancy Persey, (3) Blake Persey, (4) Cader Persey, and (5) Zadock Persey. Account of sale Dec. 23, 1783. Buyers: Capt. James Baker William Persey Aaron Outlaw William Evans John Capehart Joseph Nowell James Askew Thomas Sowell Moses Freeman Adam Harrell, Sr. James Nowell James Hall
John Askew William Sowell Luke White, Sr. John Persey Moses Peel William Harrell James Kiel Adam Harrell, Jr. Elias Baker Demcey Baker

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(580) DR. JAMES SEAY
Account of sale Jan. 20, 1774by Joel Brown, surviving exr. Buyers: Joel Brown Isaac Seay James Hedgepeth Asael Thorogood Moses Harrell Benjamin Harrell John Acree James Williams Capt. Arthur Brown Lemuel Harrell Balis Harrell JamesMoore John Higgs Amos Harrell Hardiman Abington John Vinson Edward Wiggins James Abington Nathan Cullings Robert Madon  Drury Fort James Brown John Skinner John Hollowell
Thomas Rhodes Ezekiel Wimberly Demsey Holland William Rhodes William Seay Jacob Harrell Robert Hilliard Mary Williams Henry Speight Ann Williams John Rhodes Moses Bird
Jethro Peel William Williams Account current with the surviving exr., Jan. 20, 1774,mentioning equal sums of money paid to Margaret Seay, James Seay, and ”for his wife's part.” Division of lands July 30, 1793 into two shares: (1) to Isaac Seay’s representatives - land at the mouth of Great Branch adj. the Spring Bottom, Elisha Harrell, Joel
Brown, Cushy Branch, and the Mill Branch, and (2) to James Seay - three tracts, the first where James Seay, dec’d., formerly lived, the second being part of a tract bought of Elisha Harrell adj. Isaac Seay, and the third being a part of a tract bought of Jesse Harrell. Receipt (Nov. 21, 1796) signed by James Seay for his share ”of my deceast father James Seay’s estate.”

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(580) DR. JAMES SEAY
Account of sale Jan. 20, 1774by Joel Brown, surviving exr. Buyers: Joel Brown Isaac Seay James Hedgepeth Asael Thorogood Moses Harrell Benjamin Harrell John Acree James Williams Capt. Arthur Brown Lemuel Harrell Balis Harrell JamesMoore John Higgs Amos Harrell Hardiman Abington John Vinson
Edward Wiggins James Abington Nathan Cullings Robert Madon Drury Fort James Brown John Skinner John Hollowell
Thomas Rhodes Ezekiel Wimberly Demsey Holland William Rhodes
William Seay Jacob Harrell Robert Hilliard Mary Williams Henry Speight Ann Williams John Rhodes Moses Bird
Jethro Peel William Williams Account current with the surviving exr.,Jan. 20, 1774,mentioning equal sums of money paid to Margaret Seay, James Seay, and ”for his wife's part.” Division of lands July 30, 1793 into two shares: (1) to Isaac
Seay’s representatives - land at the mouth of Great Branch adj. the Spring Bottom,  Elisha Harrell, Joel Brown, Cushy Branch, and the Mill Branch, and (2) to James Seay - three tracts, the first where James Seay, dec’d., formerly lived, the second being part of a tract bought of Elisha Harrell adj. Isaac Seay, and the third being a part of a tract bought of Jesse Harrell. Receipt (Nov. 21, 1796) signed by James Seay for his share ”of my deceast father James Seay’s estate.”

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(745) CONSTANT WILLIAMSON (WILHAMSON)
Inventory Aug. 9, 1745 by William Pearce, exr.

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(755) JOSEPH WIMBERLY
Inventory June 19, 1766. Account of sale Dec. 12, 1766 by David Standley, Sheriff. Buyers: Zachariah Wimberly Henry Hunter John Stainback David Standley Thomas Hunter James Holder John Watson Mary Wimberly William Mackey Isaac Wimberly John Belote Thomas Roades Henry Bate Col. Thomas Whitmell Phillip Walston, Jr. John Watson, Sr.  Account of sale Feb. 27, 1767 by David Standley, Sheriff. Buyers: Isaac Wimberly Henry Hunter Thomas Roads John McCaskey David Standley William Mackey John Stanback James Houlder Zacheriah Wimberly William Knighting Burrell Johnston Mary Wimberly Mary Braveboy William Pearce John Watson, Sr. Henry Bate Henry Loyd Ann Braveboy

 

 

 

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(763) WILLIAM WYNNS
Inventory (undated) by John Harrell and Benjamin Wynns, exr. Request to sell the perishable estate of the dec' d. by Benjamin Wynns, John Harrell, and Elizabeth Wynns (widow of the dec’d.), exrs., Apr. 15, 1758. Account of sale June 5, 1758. Buyers: Thomas Williams Charles Jenkins Edward Skull James Vaughan Joseph Jackson Benjamin Wynns Matthew Hardy John Harrell
Thomas Smith John Early Thomas Birde Edmund McGlohon William Liverman John Brickell Matthias Brickell John VanPelt Thomas Bonnifant James Coffield Joseph Wynns Thomas Walker, Jr. Nicholas Askew JamesWood William Kipax William Brown John Barrott William Rasberry William Outlaw James Boon Wynns Jesse Weston Richard Brown John Baker Henry Winbume John Lewis BenjaminBrown William Burton William Perry Isaac Sanders Alexander Cotton James Crupland Joseph Herron John Greer William Barton, Jr. Edward Rasor Cullen Pollock John Campbell Henry Maynor James Boon Elijah Daws