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Simon HerringAge: 81 years17381819

Name
Simon Herring
Given names
Simon
Surname
Herring
Name suffix
II
SourceRootsWeb
SourceJames Herring Family Bible
SourceWill
Text:
Will of son, James Wayne In the name of God, amen. I JAMES HERRING of the State of North Carolina and Wayne County being of sound mind and memory but considering the uncertainty of my earthly existence do make and declare this my last will and testament in manner and form following, that is to say. FIRST That my executors (hereinafter named) shall pay all my just debts out of the monies that may first come into their hands as a part of my estate. SECOND I give and bequeath unto my two sons JAMES and BENJAMIN five shillings each, having already given them (and my son JOEL HERRING, deceased) all I intended to, by sundry advancements and by separate deeds of gift for lands to each of them which said deeds I do hereby ratify and confirm. THIRD I give and devise unto my seven daughters ELIZABETH HARRIS ANNE HERRING ZILPHA HERRING ABIGAIL HERRING EDITH HERRING EDNEY HERRING & CATHERINE HERRING all that part of my land where I now reside lying on the east side of the west prong of Powell's run conveyed to me by my father, SIMON HERRING, dec'd and all my land lying on the east side of said west prong of Powell's run which I purchased from John O. Whitfield all of said land to be held by them in common and other use rents or profits thereof to go to such of my daughters as may remain unmarried during the natural life of my afflicted daughter, EDNEY, or until such time as they or the survivors may be general & unan- imous consent agree to divide or otherwise dispose of the same. FOURTH I also give and bequeath unto my said seven daughters herein- after mentioned my negro man Ham Amos and all the rest and remainder of my estate of what nature soever (not heretofore given away) and in case of the death of one or more of my said daughters without lawful issue then the share or shares of such as may have died to be equally divided between the survivors or their representatives per stripe. FIFTH It is my will and desire that my executors if at any time my said unmarried daughters shall request it, shall sell said negro man, Amos and also sell such part of my perishable estate as they may believe may be best for the interest of my said unmarried daughters and divide the monies arising therefrom after my just debts and legacies shall be paid between my said seven daughters or their legal representatives. LASTLY I do hereby nominate and appoint my sons JAMES HERRING and BENJAMIN HERRING executors of this my last will and testament, hereby revoking all other wills by me made. In witness whereof I the said JAMES HERRING do hereunto set my hand and seal the 10th day of May A.D. 1841 Signed sealed published & declared JAMES HERRING Seal by the said James Herring to be his last will and testament in the presence of us, who at his request, in his presence & in the presence of each other do subscribe. our names as witnesses thereto JAMES GRISWOLD BENJAMIN J. GRISWOLD Probate November Term 1845 Wills 1776-1927 CR 103.801.7 Folder 1845 - James Herring NC State Archives, Raleigh, NC ______________________________________________________________________ Copyright. All rights reserved. http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/copyright.htm This file was contributed for use in the USGenWeb Archives by Judy Ginn - [email protected] ___________________________________________________________
SourceWill
Text:
Wayne County, NC - Will of Simon Herring, 1819 In the name of God. Amen I SIMON HERRING of Wayne County State of North Carolina of perfect sound mind and memory do make and publish my last will and testament as follows viz: 1st I give and bequeath to my sons JAMES and JOSEPH HERRING five shillings Each to them their heirs or assigns forever and I hereby confirm the title to them of all the property I have heretofore put into their possession. 2nd I give and bequeath to my son SIMON HERRING, one horse his choice saddle and bridle two cows & calves _____ Ewes & Lambs and all the hogs now called his to him and his heirs or assigns forever. 3rd My will and desire is that my single daughters & my son SIMON who now live with me may continue to live with their Mother & be supported out of the fund hereafter set apart for the support of the family and assist in the household and plantation business. 4th I hereby direct my executors to hire out annually my Negros Luke, Ned & Nanny and to make sale of such part of my stock or other articles as they may think proper. 5th The rest of my stock not willed away nor sold by my executors together with Negro Esther & her child Grip, my corn, meat, peas, wheat & fodder, household and kitchen furniture, flax & cotton and farming utensils together with the hire of the Negros aforesaid and monies that may be due my estate I leave to my beloved wife RACHEL during her widowhood and for her support & the support of the family after paying my just debts. 6th After the death or marriage of my wife RACHEL all the aforesaid property loaned to my wife and family together with Negros Luke Ned & Nanny I leave to be sold and the monies to be equally divided among all my daughters, NANCY, SUCKEY, ELIZABETH, MOURNING, POLLY & RACHEL to them their heirs or assigns forever. Lastly, I constitute and appoint my son JAMES HERRING and my Friend GRADY HERRING Executors of this my will ratifying and Confirming this and no other to be my last will and testament revoking all others. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal 27th March 1817. In presence of us SIMON (X) HERRING Seal Amos Stanley Rachel Bryan __ __ Bryan Probate May Court 1819 Wills 1776-1927 CR 103.801.7 Folder 1819 - Simon Herring NC State Archives, Raleigh, NC ______________________________________________________________________ Copyright. All rights reserved. http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/copyright.htm This file was contributed for use in the USGenWeb Archives by Judy Ginn - [email protected]
SourceWayne Co, NC Tax List 1810
Text:
Wayne County, NC - 1810 Tax Lists John Gray Blount Papers - Miscellaneous P.C.193.33 - Tax Lists - Wayne Co., 1810 - 3 Districts A list of the taxable property in Captain Gradys District for the year 1810 taken this 22nd of June 1810 Jas Everitt Robert McKinne for Duncel Kornegay Persons Name, # Acres Land, # White Pole, # Black Pole Jesse Flowers, 824, 1, 1 Jesse Bass, 125, 1, 1 Stephan Reaves, 550, 1, - Labin Lewis, 161, 1, - Baker Bowden, -, 1, - John Rigbey, -, 1, - John Solace, -, 1, - Richard Martain, -, 1, - Jos. Everitt, 7753, 1, 14 Elisha Pipkin, ‎[blank]‎ Nd Whitfield, ‎[blank]‎ John Rouse, -, 1, - Rhubin Burkitt, -, 1, - Edmond Sims, 166, 1, - Nathan Mincy, 400, -, 3 Bryant Mincy, -, 1, 1 John Hines, -, 1, - Wm Bryent, 74, 1, - Wm C. Cook, -, 1, - Stephen Hines, 414, 1, 2 Nazra Starling, 600, 1, 1 Lewis Byant, -, 1, - John Casey, -, 1, - John Cox, 270, 1, 3 Ulle Lewis, 100, 1, - Probert Collier, 4000, 1, 12 Ann Rhodes, 6250, 1, 12 John Harris, 250, 1, - Wm Jones, 316, 1, - Waitman Frazer, 667, 1, 2 John Caraway, 2406, -, 4 Richard Caraway, -, 1, 1 Beng Jernigin, 913, 1, 4 John Jones, 516, 1, 1 Henry Caraway, -, 1, - Robert Forkner Jnr, 200, 1, - Robert Forkner Sn, 715, -, - John Edards, 265, -, 1 John Edards Jnr, 100, 1, - Wm Lewis, 901, -, - Robert Southerlan, -, 1, - Asher Flowers, -, 1, 1 Burrel Rouse, 346, 1, - John Umphry Jnr, 260, 1, - James Solace, -, 1, - Isom Edards, 200, 1 - Nead Ham Bass, 100, 1, - John Thomson, 230, 1, 1 Solomon Bales, -, 1, - Cador Lewis, -, 1, - Bryant Caraway, 200, 1, 1 Susannah Caraway, 846, -, 1 Hardy Bryant, 360, 1, - Isaac Giddins, 100, 1, - Wm Lane, 275, 1, - Lawvit Reaves, 290, 1, - Micajah Musgrove, 400, 1, - Urban Lewis, 375, 1, - John Bryant, -, 1, - James Edards, 112, 1, - Enoch Price, 90, 1, - John Taylor Jnr, -, 1, - Jacob Ridinoure, -, 1, - Joseph Herring, 260, 1, - John Reaves, 125, 1, - Wm McKinne, 700, 1, 5, Nd Bass, ‎[blank]‎ Store & Tavern Derham Grady, 490, 1, 2 Uriah Bass, 256, 1, - Richard McKinne, 721, 1, 1 ‎[Richard McKinnie - Store & Tavern]‎ Adam Reaves, 480, 1, 4 James Reasons, 382, -, - Jesse Slocumb, 700, 1, 4 John Humphrey Sr, 162, -, - Samuel Flowers, 278, 1,1 Ezekiel Slocumb, 1087, -, 5 James Lane, 230, -, - Wm Bennit, 219, 1, - John McKinne, 1096, 1, 9 John Flowers, 900, -, 7 Thomas Bass, 760, -, 4 Wm Robbins, -, 1, - David Edards, 350, 1, 2 Stephen Edwards, -, -, 1 Wm Flowers, 364, -, 2 Simon Herring, 380, -, 2 Abner Flowers, -, 1, - Adam Neivil, -, 1, - Jesse Norris, 25, -, - James Herring, 365, 1, - Wm Whitfield, ‎[paper cut off]‎ A List of the Taxable property in Capt McKinne District take in the Year of Our Lord 1810 by Lawrence Moody Persons Name, # Acres Land, # White Pole, # Black Pole Thomas Cox, 350, 1, - Page Jernigan, 400, 1, 2 Mary Grantham, 200, -, - Levi Cox, 160, 1, - John Hurste, -, 1, - Lawrence Wood, 1600, 1, 14 David Pettes, 223, 1, - Jesse Blanchard, 180, -, 5 Miles Blanchard, 108, 1, - Joshua Musgroves, 173 1/2, 1, - Robert Fellows, 200, 1, 7 John Tilton, -, 1, - Howell Harper, -, 1, - Wm Bizzell, 876, 1, 5 Jesse Bizzell, 100, 1, 5 Wm Fellows, 100, 1, 6 Lou Grantham, 547, 1, - Thos Bizzell Junr, -, 1, - Jesse Overmand, 190, 1, - John Overmond, 570, 1, - Reubin Shepperd, -, 1, - John Reaves, 774, 1, 6 James Bradberry, 1065, 1, 3 John Smith ‎(Taylor)‎, 60, -, - Joab Brown, 80, 1, - Choakley Overmond, -, 1, - John Holmes, 80, 1, - Wm Tilton, -, 1, - Jesse Langston, 130, 1, 1 James Dinkins, 100, -, - Sampson Edwards, 528, 1, 7 Briton Hood, 550, 1, 2 Thos Brogdon, 397, 1, - Bryant Whitfield, 1140, -, - Lancaster Cox, -, 1, - James Barby, -, 1, - John Bass, 150, 1, 2 Sarah Bass, 570, -, 2 Andrew Massey, -, 1, - Needham Grantham, 200, 1, - Andrew Mosgroves, 140, 1, 2 John Ginnette, -, 1, - Aberam Mosgroves, 130, 1, - John Fellows, -, 1, 2 Wm Holmes, 420, 4, - ‎[4 crossed out]‎ Michall McKinney, 300, 1, 4 Hardy Holmes, 238, -, - Frederick Holmes, 195, -, - Jonathan Taylor Jun, 230, 1, - Jonathan Taylor Senr, 100, -, - Wm Taylor, 100, 1, - John Hines, -, 1, - Wm Ginnette, -, 1, - Peter Hines, 590, -, - Smithson Cox, 601, 1, - Winefred Cox, 208, -, - Kinsey Cox, 110, 1, - Susanna Cox, 110, -, - Solomon Grantham, 349, 1, 1 Joseph Ginnette, 175, -, - Mathew Ginnette, -, 1, - Robert Mosgroves, 300, 1, - Thos Crafford, -, 1, - B Robin Hood, 200, 1, - Edmond Cox, -, 1, - Frederick Grantham, 150, 1, - Thomas Grantham, 276, 1, - Robert McKinne, 680, 1, 3 Sarah McKinne, 570, -, 2 Wm Johnston, 300, -, - John Strickland, 110, 1, - Mary Hollonsworth, 126, -, - Aron Strickland, 100, 1, - Sarah Cox, 370, -, 2 James Grantham, 300, -, - Joseph Strickland, 309, 1, - Extrs of Briton Strickland, 150, -, - John Brogden, 184, -, - Demsey Johnston, 200, 1, - Keder Jernigan, 887, 1, 1 Jesse Maids, -, 1, - Amos Wigs, 100, 1, - Thos Musgroves, 150, 1, - John Musgroves, -, 1, - Lovit Pipkin, 150, 1, - Willis Pipkin, 2750, -, 9 Wm Pipkin, -, 1, - Wm Sterling, 60, 1, - Samull Cannon, -, 1, - John Bizzell Junr, 250, 1, - Boyd Wilkins, 64, 1, - Moses Musgroves, -, 1, - John Lawhorn, -, 1, - Jacob Grantham, 50, 1, - James Bennett, -, 1, - Sion Grantham, -, 1, - Isaac Bizzell, -, 1, - Asher Bizzell, 235, 1, - Francis Joiner, 150, 1, - Aaron Dean, 100, 1, - Thos Dunn Junr, -, 1, - Elijah Brown, -, 1, - Josiah Brown, -, 1, - Wm Dunn, -, 1, - A List of the Taxable propertys in Cpt Isaac Dickinsons District for the year 1810 taken Agreeable to an order of Court Ishewd May Term 1810 by Jas Dickinson Persons Name, # Acres Land, # White Pole, # Black Pole Benjamen Simms, 500, 2, 6 Joel Evins, 175, -, 1 Benjamin Simms for Benjamin Simms & A. Bardin Barnes Simms Dst, 300, -, - for orphins of Abar' Daniel Dickinson, 200, 2, 2 Simms, 282, -, - Jonathan Dickinson, 125, 1, 1 Zythel Dickinson, 237, 1, 4 David Dickinson, 213, 1, - Benjamin Dickinson, 771, 1, 6 Alexander Tolesbey, 592 3/4, -, 3 Jesea Boswell, -, 1, - James H. Uzzell, -, 1, - Jacob Evins, -, 1, - Arthur Bardin, 583, 1, 4 Britain Simms, 938, -, 5 John B. Cobb, 204, 1, 2 Rubin Hays, 370, -, - David Barnes, 350, 1, 2 Sampson Jones, 170, 1, - Jesea Parker, 340, 1, 1 Samuel Barnes Jnr, 680, 1, - John Barnes, 609, 1, 1 John Cammell, 103, 1, - Alin King, 596, 1, - Cloak Broddstreet, 51, -, - John Lucus Snr, -, 1, - Micael Revel, 350, 1, - Isaa Lamb, 275, -, - Jacob Renfrow Jnr, 100, 1, 1 Joseph Newsome, 280, 1, 1 Jacob Rentfrow Senr, 150, -, 1 John Morris, 175, 1, - Jacob Lamb, 165, 1, - Jacob Barnes Jnr, 115, 1, 1 Joshua Lamb, 375, 1, - Silas Lamb, 85, 1, - Vincein Lamb, -, 1, - Thomas Lamb, 75, 1, - Noah Privit, 150, -, - David Watson, -, 1, - Daniel Lucus, 150, 1, - Jethrow Barnes, 191, 1, 1 Cader Rountree, 600, 1, - Matthew Turner, 1480, 2, 10 Silas Revil, 85, 2, 2 Jacob Barnes Snr, 379, 1, 2 Thos Ares for John Parker, 119, -, - Turner Dickinson, -, 1, 1 James Umphleet, 100, 1, - ___________________________________________________________________ Copyright. All rights reserved. http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/copyright.htm This file was contributed for use in the USGenWeb Archives by Grace Williamson Turner ___________________________________________________________________
Birth 1738
MarriageRachel HerringView this family
1776 (Age 38 years)
Death 1819 (Age 81 years)
LDS spouse sealingRachel HerringView this family
November 21, 1991 (172 years after death)

LDS temple: SGEOR - ST. GEORGE UTAH

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Marriage: 1776, Wayne, North Caroliona, USA

Shared note
This may be the Simon Herring listed on the Over Age Men from Dobbs Co. too old to serve in the Revolutionary War, dated 20 October 1781.