North Carolina Probate Records 1735-1970

Mrs. Sasser (Charity) Vol. 01A p43

p43 - 1808 -State of North Carolina Wayne County Agreeable to an Order ipaid for the county Court of Wayne to us Directed loe have proceeded to lay off all of to Mrs Sasser widow of James Saser died the following are teler & provisions for her and her familys support for one year to toet 2000lbs of Pork bq bbles born 75 lb of sugar two mack of blace fodder 15 Bushels of wheat one bushel plase suede 6 bushels oats 8 bushels of peas 7 potate plantains 3 bushels salt 10 lbs coffee 1 lb tea and 5 lbs shorn cotton All which is submitted March 8th 1808 In o C Pinder E Stocumb P Collier Sampson Lane

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James Sasser p138

1 Guinea Sow & pigs to Isaac Heandley
3 Sows to Richard McKinn
2 ditto & pigs to John Rasberry
1 ditto & ditto to Henry Sasser
2 ditto & 7 shoats to Richard McKinne
4 Shee sows & pigs to Charity Sasser
3 Sows & 14 pigs to Richard McKinne
2 ditto & 13 ditto to Charity Sasser
1 guinea Boar to Asa Jernigan
1 Young Yoke Orean to Charity Sasser
1 old ditto to Joseph Everitt
1 Cart & wheels to Charity Sasser
1 ditto & ditto to Robert Collier
1 pair new cart wheels to Benjn Jernigan
1 Horse to Duraham Graddy
1 ditto to John McKinne
1 Mare to Phillip Hooks
1 Horse to Jesse Ercum?
1 Old Mare to Amos Boyt
1 young Coalt to Robert Collier
1 Horse to Charity Sasser
4 sturs & a bull to Joseph Everitt
1 Small Guinea sow to Arthur Jones
1 ditto to Powell Daivis
1 ditto to John Boyet
1 ditto to Michael Mckinne
1 ditto to Elisha Boyte
1 ditto to Arthur Jones Sr
1 Sow and a boar to William Fellow
87 Head of fat hogs @ 61/pr cur w to Reuben Sanders
2 sows to Asa Jernigan
The second accounts of Sales the estate of James Sasser Decd sold the 15th day of January 1808.

5 bushels of Wheat to J.C. Pender
|5 ditto to John Mckinne
(Pg. 139 – Amount Brought Forward)
5 ditto to John Sasser Junr
5 ditto to Joseph Arnold
5 ditto to John Sasser Junr
5 ditto to Robert Fellow Junr
5 ditto to Weob? Hill
5 ditto to William Fellow
92 ditto Balance to John Sasser Junr
2 Bushels rye to William Fellow
2 ditto to Joseph Arnold
2 ditto to Henry Howell
2 ditto to John Everitt
2 bushels white peas to John Rasberry
2 ditto cow ditto to Elisha Holeand
2 ditto to John Sasser
2 ditto to Joseph Arnold
2 ditto to Robt Fellow Junr
2 ditto Tory peas to Thomast Wigg
2 ditto to William Arnold
2 ditto to Claudeas Hamilton
2 ditto to Robert Fellow
1 ditto Crowders ditto to John McKinne
1 side leather to Claudeas Hamilton
1 ditto to Asa Jones
1 ditto to Claudoias Hamilton
14 head sheep to John Everitt
2 Small Steers to Joseph Everit
1 Cow and Yearling to William Fellow
1 ditto & ditto to Robert Fellow Jr
5 head Young cattle to Samuel Hart
1 cow & yearling to Robt Fellow Jr
1 set of Black smith tools to George Herring

The rents of the land belonging to said estate for the year 1808
The Blackman Plantation to Charity Sasser 35 barrels corn
The third accounts sales of the Estates of James Sasser deceased sold the 8th day March 1808

1 pr Iron Traces to Iyse Sloucmb
1 Iron chain to Robert Collier

(pg. 140 – Amount Brought over)
1 Iron Spade to Joseph Everitt
1 ditto to Ezekiel Sloumb
1 large bare plow to Sampson Lane
2 Old weeding hoes & 2 bolts & Cleveser to Joseph Everitt
1 lot old Iron & C to James Bradberry
1 pair mill Dogs to Ezekel Slowmb
1 Narrow arce to Needham Whitley
1 ditto to Barnaby McKinne Sr
1 Broad Arce to Joseph Everitt
1 Sol Limlets & sow set to Barnaba McKinne
1 Grubing hoe to Sephen Howell
2 ditto to Joseph Everitt
1 iron square & composers to Jes Herring
2 Drawing Knives to Needham Whittey
2 angers & bung screw to Jes Herring
1 Hand saw & pr Heinges to Amos Boyte
1 Carpenters edges to John Everitt
1 grind stone to Benwell Boyte
1 Seythe to Stephen Howell
1 ditto to Benjamin Howell
1 flook plow to George Dean
2 flooks & cutters to Wright Howell
1 ditto & ditto to John Bass
2 cutters to Jesse Sloucmb
1 ditto to Stephen Thompson
3 weeding hoes to John Sasser
3 cutters to Charity Sasser
1 coopers adze 1 carpenter adze 1 Hawhet 1 drawing knife & one ? Iron wedges to ditto
1 bar Iron ? to George Dean
1 Place Iron to Charity Sasser

(pg. 141)
Amount Brought Forward
1 ax & drawing knife to Joseph Everitt
1 jug to William Whittey
1 ditto to Enos Powell
2 ditto to Wibb Hill
A quantity oats @ 6/6 p bushel to John McKinne
1 Barrels Vinegar & molasses to Charity Sasser
6 barrels to Joseph Everitt
2 open headed hogshead to Richard McKinne Sen
1 Barrel & keg to Archelus Howell
3 old Barrels to Charity Sasser
3 Barrels & 2 hogs heads to John Rasberry
3 riddles to Charity Sasser
1 Iron Ditto to Sec Herring
2 riddles to Benjamin Howell
1 Iron Bar to Isaac Handley
4 Barrels to Archules Howell
1 lot coopers ware & safe to Charity Sasser
7 charis to John McKinne
1 Table Case knives & forks to Philip Hooks
1 Saddle & Bridle to Richard McKinne Sen.
1 bed & furniture to John McKinne
1 ditto to Joseph Everitt
1 ditto to Stephen Sasser
1 chest to Charity Sasser
1 linen wheal to ditto
1 chest to Philip Hook
10 chers to Charity Sasser
1 book to Philip Hooks
1 ditto to John Hurst
? Fire dogs to Charity Sasser

(pg. 142)
Amount Brought Forward – The fourth accounts Sales of the estate of James Sassers deceased sold the 9 day of March 1808
1 lots of books to Philip Hooks
1 ditto to Barnaby Mckinne, Sen
1 ditto to John Everitt
1 dish to Joseph Everitt
1 looking glass to Charity Sasser
1 small ditto to Benjm Vinson Junr
1 set razors 1 strap shaving bore & hone to Charity Sasser
7 nails to Joseph Everitt
4 yr chards & 2 wool wheels to Charity Sasser
1 large pot and hooks to Joseph Everitt
1 small ditto to Benjm Vinson Jun
1 rash and 3 files and 7 fish hooks to James Jones
1 lot pewter 1 bread tray and shears to Archelus Howell
1 Dutch woven frying pan & brand Iron to John Howell Junr
1 pr large steelyards to Charity Sasser
1 tub 2 poles and 1 piggin to Stephen Howell
Hand mill to Joseph Everitt
1 Cherer to Joshua Hines
1 wool wheel to Richard McKinne Junr
1 Barrel to Benjamin Howell
1 Grind stone to Charity Sasser
5 Barrels con @ 28/p. Barrel to Benjamin Vinson Junr
5 ditto to Hardy Cooper

(pg. 143) Amount Brought Forward
5 ditto & 1 bushel @ ditto to Jesse Croom
5 ditto ditto to George Herring
72 ditto ditto to Cullen Smith
22 ditto ditto to John Worrel
5 ditto ditto to John Rasberry
5 ditto to George Herring
4 ditto & 2 bushels ditto to Joshua Hines
10 ditto ditto to Henry Howell
5 ditto ditto to Major Howell
5 ditto ditto to Rolen Coley
1 slack of fodder @ 5/ p 100 wt to Stephen Howell
1 ditto to Cullen Blackmon
1 top stack fodder to Washington Hooks
1 ditto to Joshua Hines
1 ditto to Joseph Everit
1 chari & Harness to Charity Sasser
2 cow hides to Richard McKinne Ju
1 cutting bore to John Hours
1 buck skin to Negro Peter
1 Curring Knife & steel to Charity Sasser
1 plow ditto to Joseph Everitt
1 ditto to Stephen Howell
1 top stack to Charity Sasser
1 Blade stack @ 7/p 100 wt to Richard McKinne Jun
1 ditto ditto to Benjamin Jerniga
1 ditto @ 7/6 pr 100 wt to Richard McKinne Jun
1 ditto @ 7/pr 100 wt to Philip Hooks
1 balde slack a 7/1 p 100 wt to Benjamin Jernigan
2 ditto to Rolen Cowley
1 Inksland to John McKinne
1 ditto 1 lance and corkscrew to Charity Sasser
1 marking Iron & Lancet to Barnaba McKinne
A quantity timber in the woods to Georg Herring
1 Haywoods Justice and Bible to John McKinne

(pg. 144) Amount Brought over
1 tobacco bon & bridle bit to John Everitt
2 Barrels & Locks to Benjamin Howell
1 Blank book to John McKinne
1 ditto to Barnaba McKinne
2 Quire Paper to John McKinne
3 ditto to Sampson Laine
6 ditto to John McKinne
1 slate 1 funnel & 2 waser border to Charity Sasser
1 lot of Twine to John McKinne
A parcel twine and 2 Ink stands to Charity Sasser
1 gallon Brandy to John Rasberry
1 Jug and rum to Charity Sasser
1 Barrel to Barnaba McKinne
1 Bottle of Brnday to Charity Sasser
11 Gallons rum @ 22/pr gallon to Brnaba McKinne
1 old gun barrel to Joseph Everitt
1 wheat patch to Charity Sasser
6 Ewes and 4 lambs to Charity Sasser
1 Molding Iron to Leo(?) Deans
1 Hogshead 4 Barrels & 1 ore yoke to Charity Sasser
1 Fiddle & pock cards to Barnaba McKinne
6 Bushels corn to Robt Fellow Junr
2 Barrels 3 Bushels & 1 Peck corn to Reuben Sanders

(pg. 145)
Amount Brought Up
Same fodder to Joseph Everitt
6 wheel Barrows to Charity Sasser|
2 pr slurrup Irons 1 pad lock & weeking hoes to Jacob B. Boyte
2 Beels to Charity Sasser|
1 pr shot mould 3 old of the blader to John Rasberry
1 pr strep shears & saying needle to Charity Sasser
Some fishing poles and hooks to Negro Peter
1 curry comb & Brusch to Charity Sasser
1 Puge(?) to John C Pender
1 Blank Book to John McKinn
1 Hog & 600 Hundred Shingles to Charity Sasser
The rent of the fork field for 3 barrels corn to Jacob B. Boyte
The rent of the plantation to Charity Sasser
Rent one smale peace to Benjamin Howell

Stephen Cobb - p165 - 1735 - 1970 Wills, Vol. 01A pg. 165

State of North Carolina, Wayne County

To the worshipful court of said county

We the under asigners conceiving and knowing that the bridge built by Stephen Sasser Esqr across Little River in said county to be of Great advantage & benefit to the inhabitants of said county in crassing said Rive, and also will be of considerable advantage to the public, prays your honours to grant your petitioners roads to & from said bridge as will make it more advantageous to the public & the inhabitants, your petitioners humbley prays your honours to grant them a road, to leave the old road that crosses raifords bridge at or near the end of Richard Brunts Lane on Buck swamp and to go the nearest course to the Bridge Clear of Cultivated Lands and from thence, into the Little River Road Colled near Robert Crawford’s and we also pray your hounours to grant us a road front he bridge the nearest course to crows at Basses Terry an nuice River and your petitioners will be wes in duty bound.  &C. 1 February 1809

No. 1 William Sasser

2 Joseph Smith

3 John Musgrove

4 Arthur Daritery

5 John Rose

6 John H. Rose

7 Jesse Miles

8 Thomas Boswell

9 David Rauls

10 Mills Howell

11 Noah Hedgseth

12 Richard Musgrove

13 William Raiford

14 Joseph Arnold

15 David Brewer

16 Moses Brewer

17 William Rose

18 Jacob Langley

19 Stephen Sasser

20 Micajah Coxe

21 William Coxe

22 John Coor

23 Johnathan Coor

24 Joshua Hastings

25 Edward Sasser

26 John Sasser

27 William Tilton

28 John Howell

29 Jesse Fulgham

May Term 1809

State of North Carolina.  

To the Sheriff of Wayne County Fouting(?)

You are herby commanded to summons a jury of lawful men of your county to attend & lay off & mark a publick road fromthe foot of John Flowers avi new and cross thunder swamp at the ford though his lane then in to the road that leads by Charles Wolfs by Daniel Kornegays to the gratis advantages & least prejudice of the Inhabitants & return how you have executed this wit to our nerct court to be held for Wayne County at the Court House in waynes borough on the third monday in November next together with this writ witness In Mckinne clerk of our said court at office 1 day October 1808 

In McKinne lC

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Widow Sasser’s Dower - 1809, pg. 284

In Obedience to an order of Court issued November Term 1809 we the subscribers having been summoned & sworn by the Sheriff to set off and allot to Charity Sasser Widow of Ja.s Sasser Decd her Dower in the lands of said Decd we have arguable thereto as this plan represents to (witt)

Beginning at Sassers upper corner on the bank of Little River and runs S 70 Et 151 pole to the Corner, then N 35 Et 16 pole to the corner, then S 70 Et 116 pole to the Corner, then N 53 Et 138 pole to the Corner, then S 41 E 15 pole to the Corner, then S 16 Wt 94 pole to the corner, then S 11 Wt 238 pole to the corner, then N 71 Wt 164 pole to a Stake, then S 48 ½  Wt 497 pole to a maple on the run of Blackmans Branch then down the run of said Branch as it meanders to the road then with the road as it runs to a small red oak on the side of the road then N 17 Wt 44 pole to a cheachinguamin Tree on the bank of Little River at the lower end of the same hole then and up with the river to the begin, containing eight hundred and thirty three acres during her natural life, In testimony whereof we the subscribers have set our names this 1st day of January 1810

David Jernigan
Nathan Pike
Benjd Sauls
Burwel Boyte
Thos. Wiggs
Amos Boyte
Lazarus Howell
Webb Hill
Georg Bradbery
Jesse X(his mark) Ammons
Archelus Howell
Asa Jernigan
May Term 1810

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Estate of James Sasser p342-343 his intestate CR (1808)

Pg. 342

With the Estate of James Sasser his Intestate Cr

No 1 - 1808 apr 15th - Benjamin Howells 

     2 -   “    Feby 25 - James Sassers note to Uriah Bass
 3 -   “    July 20 - Lazarus Howells
4 -    “    May 31 - William Robins 
5 -   “    Feby 11 - Daniel Dickinsons 
    6 -   “    Feby 22 - Jost Newsoms
    7 -   “    Feby 22 - Benjamin Boswells 
    8 -   “    Feby 23 - Jacob Cooks
    9 -   “    Feby 23 - John Woodards
   10 -   “   Feby 22 - David Watson
    11 -  “   May 17 - Thomas Boswells
    12 -  1809 Feby 21 - John Deans
    13 - 1808 May 17 - Henry Boyts
    14 - 1809 Feby 25 - John Stanlys
     15 - 1809 Feby 21 - Zachiriah Morris
    16 - 1808 Nov 26 - Druwry Smiths
    17 - 1808 Nov 19 - Taylor and Justin? (Justire?)
    18 - 1809 apr 5 - Edmund J Pender
    19 - 1808 June 4 - Joseph Everitts
    20 - 1808 Apr 15 - Benjamin Howells
    21 - 1808 Nov 22 - Micayah Coxes
    22 - 1810 Apr 3 - John and N. Washington
    23 - 1809 Augt 22 - Zacheriah Hams
    24 - 1810 May 22 - David Barnes
    25 -    “    Apr 3 - Richard sanders
    26 -   “    Oct 3 - Jesse Slocumb
    27 -   “       “   2 - John Dunns
    28 -   “    Apr 6 - Sampsons Lanis
    29 -   “    Jan 3 - Joshua Hastings
    30 -   “   May 22 - Benj Jerningans
    31 - 1808 March 8 - Robert Collier
     32 -  “   May 17 - Benjd Howells
     33 - 1809 May 16 - John McKinne
     34 -     “      “      “  - Benjamin Afords
     35 -     “    Apr 4 - Jno and N. Washington
     36 -  1808 May 19 - James Bradberys
     37 -  1809 May 15 - Joseph Sples?
     38 - 1810 apr 3 - John Sassers
     39 - 1809 apr 4 - Levi Coxes
     40 -    “     aug 22 - Zachiriah Hams
     41 -    “     oct 5 - Nathan Bryds
     42 -    “     Aug 22 - George Dean
     43 - 1808 Apr 4 - Arthur Crawford
     44 -    “      “     “ - Matthew Hollands
   45 -  1809 May 16 - Jacob Herrings
     46 -     “    July 25 - Isaac Handleys
     47 -   1810 Feby 20 - John Ammons
     48 -    Cash paid John McKinne Co charges
     49 -    John & N Washington acct
     50 -    Cash paid Barna McKinne for board of Childrin
     51 - 1810 Apr 6 - Cash paid John & N Washington
     52 - 1809  Sept 16 - Cash paid Public Treasure John Haywood
     53 - Cullen Smithy
(Carried Over)

Pg. 343

Amot brot forwd  (Amount Brought Forward)

      54 John Hurs
55 John Howell
      56 Joseph Everitt

By one third of the rent of the lands the whole having been rented out and the Widow being entitled to her dower therein which way not layed off

By Coms at 5 probent on the whole amt of debts say (pounds) 3015.11.4

Wills, Inventories, Settlements, 1807-1811

Thomas Aycock Vol. 01A p29 Will and Probate

Will and Probate

May it be remembered that I Thomas Aycock of the state of North Carolina & County of Wayne being sick but of perfect mind and memory make and ordain this my last will & testament as follows (fir?)st it is my will and desire that my body be buried in a decent Christian like manner & that all my past debts be paid before my property be distributed and now I come to dispose of the rest of my worldly Estate which it hath pleased God to bestow me with In the manner and form as follows VF? st I give and Bequeath to my wife Sarah Aycock the whole & sole of my Estate to she & her heirs for ever. Also I constitute and appoint my wife Sarah Aycock my whole & sole Exetor to this my last will and testament line approx I have hereunto set my hand and allix my seal In presence of my this the 26th day of August 1807

Benj Simms     his
Turner Dickinson         Thomas Aycock (Seal)                                       Mark

A true inventory of the Estate of Thomas Aycock late of Wayn County Deed taken the 13th of Nov. 1807 11P.

9 head of Cattle
13 head of Hogs & feather Bed & furniture & bed shads
4 chairs & Springin wheals
5 pr cards
1 loom & gear
2 tables
1 chest
1 box
3 pots
2 barrels
1 frying pan & skillet & griddle
1 water pale &
3 higgine
3 dishes
5 basons
10 plate
2 earthen bobs
2 tumblers
1 jug
14 spoons
2 plow hoes
1 cutter
3 weading hoes
1 grubing hoe
1 tea pot
1 coffe pot
1 tea cup
3 bells
1 raw hide
A quantity of flax & cotton
A quantity of corn & fodder
2 bred trays
1 wooden bole
1 sefter
1 chamber pot
2 washing tubs
1 case of knives & forks
1 small jack knife
A parcel of potatoes
1 ax
1 churn
2 saddles
1 pr flat irons
1 bridle
1 plow famr
1 bridle bit
a quantity of gurns
2 razors
A parcel of spin cotton
1 halter
1 shires? Morter
1 pr of winding blacks& real four geese and a quantity of fowls
Some beans
3 baskets
1 bottle
3 books
1 half bushel
1 chisel
A pacil of tobacco
1 pr collar
8 hams
1 pr share
3 pr crssirs
1 pr flesh forks
2 pr pot hoods
Sarah Aycock Exet

ThomasAycockWill1808

ThomasAycockWill1808-2

State of North Carolina

Know all men by these presents that we Daul (?) Aycock, Miley Daniel, W Thompson are held and firmly bound unto the state of North Carolina in the sum of six hundred dollars to be paid to the said that to the which payment will & truly to be made we bind ourselves our heirs executory and administration jointly & seven ally firmly by these presents sealed with our seals & dated this 21st day of May 1857

The condition of the above obligation is such that of the above bound in Daul (?) Aycock administrator of all singular the goods & chattels rights & credits of the GB Aycock deceased do make or cause to be made a true & perfect Inventory of all singular the goods & chattels rights & credits of the said deceased which have or shall come to the hands possession or knowledge of the said D Aycock or in the hands & possession of any other person or persons for him & the same so made do exhibit or cause to be exhibited one attended copy thereof to the county court where orders for administration passed within ninety days after the date of these presents & the same goods chattels and credits and all other the goods chattels and credits of the said deed at the time of his death or which at anytime shall come to the hands or possession of the said D. Aycock or into the hands or possession of any other person for him do well & truly administer according to law & further do make or cause to be made a true & just account of his said administration within two years after the date of these presents & all the rest & residue of said goods chattels & credits which shall be found remaining upon the said administration account (the same being first examined & allowed the county court) shall deliver & pay to such person or persons respectively or the same shall be due unto pursuant to the true intent and meaning of this & if it shall appear that any last will & testament was made by the deceased & the executor or executors therein named do exhibit the same into court making request to have it allowed & approved of accordingly if the said D. Aycock above bound in being thereunto required to render & deliver the said letters of administrations (approbation of such for Famens(?) being first had & made in the said court) then this obligation to be void & of no effect otherwise to remain in full force & virtue Daniel Aycock (Seal)

Signed Sealed & delivered W. Thompson (Seal)

In presence of Willie Daniel (Seal)

Hior Alnud???

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January the 10th 1852

Addition account of sale of property of Thomas G. B. Aycocks Des Tunnes of Saler will be six months credit with a note and approved security before this rite of the property is changed.

1 lot of seed cotten, Joshua Aycock = .75

1 sheep, Jesse Aycock 1 = .25

1 lot of nails by thap, Jacob Aycock 2 ½ = .75

1 Tickter, Do Do = .10

1 Lots of leather, Elizabeth Daniel = .20

1 lots of plank, Jacob Aycock = .50

Total Amount = 3.55

  1. Aycock Adman

1852

Aug 20 - John G. Barnes box ? = 1.75

1850 Int 5

Aug 20th - Do Do Tax receipt = 3.17

1853 Int 47

Jan. 11th - Buoyant Barnes receipt = 15.61

1853 Int 9

Jan. 14th - Thomas Hardly rect. = 6.13

Int 3

Jan. 15th - Polly Aycock receipt = 8.39

Int 5

1857

Nov 22nd - Thos Ruffin 2 receipt = 14.00

Int 1.05

May 20th - for Guardin bonds & ? act = 2.10

Int .22

1853

Jan 15th - James Hooks rept = 6.95

Int 4

Feb 21 - Jesse Aycock receipt = 240.38

Paid shff Bill of Court = 4.33

Court charges       = 2.80

For this return       = . 40

By commission     = 38.96

Balance due        =402.97

194.28

        $597.25

In obediance to an order of Wayne County Court of Pleur and quarter sysions, at Novr terms 1852 appointing the undersigned a committee to audit and settle the accounts of Daniel Aycock administrator of Y.G.B. Aycock Deed We met and after viewing the papers exhibited do report the sum of one hundred ninety four 28/100 ballance (fig. 428) in the hand of the said admi for distribution among the heirs all of which we respectfully submit to your worships

Feby 21st 1853 Jesse Coleman

Wm Hooks

Ben Aycock

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Account of Sale of the property Y. G. B. Aycock Deed Sold on a six month credit this the 26th day of April 1851 by Daniel Aycock ?

2 Grubings hoes & 1 weeding hoe, Jacob Aycock = .20

1 plow , “            = . 20

2 axes                                        ,             “            = .15

1 axe                                           ,           “            = .50

1 set blow geer                            ,           “             =.15

1 Pore hames                               , Isaac Aycock   = .10

1 Drawing knife                          ,Jacob Aycock = .50

1 hand saw                               ,             “           = .50

2 Ayers & 1 Chisel                     ,           “            = .05

1 Iron Weds                              , Silars Lewcus  =.11

1 Do Do                                     ,Jacob Aycock = .11

1 Stock Fodder                          ,Jesse Aycock = 6.90

1 Do Do                                     , John G. Barnes = 7.05

2 Turkeys                                   ,Jacob Aycock  = .80

1 cow & Yearting                      , Jacob Aycock = 15.00

Head of sheep                          ,Johnathan Bap = 4.05

Interest in cart wheels              , Jesse Aycock = 4.00

Geese                                       ,           “            = .60

Bushels Black eyed peas          ,          “    by the bushel 75= 1.50

Bushel Peas                             , Jacob Aycock = .25

Plow fram & Dayon                  ,           “            = .50

Sow & Mini Pigs                      ,           “             = 2.00

Blew Sow six pigs                   , G Slancile        = 3.75

White Sow & six pigs              , Jacob Aycock  = 3.25

Shotes                                    ,            “            = 6.95

Lot Bacon by the tb               , W.W. Barnes     = 24.09

Lard by the tb                        , Wm Privetb       = 2.78

Gourd of soab                        , Elizabeth Daniel = .03

Gourd of Soab                       , Elizabeth Daniel = .05

Barrels                                   , Jacob Aycock by the ? = 19.75

The Residue                          , Jacob Aycock              = 2.92

Inventory of notes and accounts found in the popesion of the dst? (deceased?) Thomas G. B Aycock

1 note of hund gainst william Hooks for $46.10 int since 17th oct 1846 with a credit of thirty eight dollars augt 20th 1850 and an Jinsen Holland & Rafting? Barnes for $6….& Int 1st nov 1850 and do and Jesse Aycock for $5.42 & Int 25th May 1850 and do on Benjee Aycock Warrid? Aycock & John G. Aycock for $84 Int. 1st Jany 1847 with a credit of $57.92 octr 9th 1849 also and account on Jesse Aycock for $200 desperate(?)

And Do on Jon Bricey for $10 desperate? And do on Januer? Mentow? For $2.00 desperate?

1 lehur, Jacob Aycock = .05

1 Bed steo & furniture, Polly Aycock = 13.00

1 Watesr, Jacob Aycock = 13.50

1 pare shears, Elizabeth Daniel = .10

2 flat irons, do do = .45

1 tin trunk, Joshua Aycock = .15

1 Pkit Book, do do = .05

1 Umberritia, do do = .05

Molases, Jacob Aycock = .10

1 Tray, Isaac Aycock = .15

The warring Spperrel, Joshua Aycock = 6.00

11 Chickens @ 71 p , Jacob Aycock = .82

1 pail, do do = .05

1 Lot of mood mare, do do = .50

8 Plaitis, do do = .20

1 Lot cupert sofers, do do = .15

1 lot earthen mare, do do = .10

1 spider, do do = .25

1 Griddle, do do = .20

1 pan, do do = .05

1 pare flesh folks, do do = .50

2 pots & hanks, do do = .50

1 sifter, do do = .10

1 salt mortar, do do = .05

1 goard, do do = .01

1 tray & 2 kelars, Elizabeth Daniel = .25

1 tub, Jacob Aycock = .10

3 Neth, Jacob Aycock = .30

1 Basket, Jacob Aycock = .10

1 Pkett Knife, Joshua Aycock = .10

1 Saddle Bridle & Blk, Joshua Aycock = 3.00

1 Lot of Peas, Jacob Aycock = .90

1800 Turpin Tine Boxes, Jacob Aycock = 3.60

1 lot of wood, Elizabeth Daniel = .40

45.55

Amount from first page 108.81

$154.34

thomasaycockwill1808-6

ThomasAycockWill1808-7

ThomasAycockWill1808-8

State of North Carolina,

To the Sheriff of Wayne County Greeting:

We command you that of the goods and chattels, lands and tenements of Daul? Aycock adn of the GB Aycock you cause to be made the sum of thirteen 50/100 dollars Which, Isaac Aycock tas? Lately in our court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, held for the County of Wayne, recovered against the said administration for costs in that behalf expended, whereof the said administration liable as appears to us of record.  And have you the said monies before our said Court at Goldsboro on the third Monday of Feby next, then and there to render the said costs as aforesaid.

Herein fail not, and have yo then and there this writ

Witness, JNO A. Green Clerk of said court, at office, the third Monday of Nov and in the seventy 7th year of the Independence of the said state, A. D. 1852

Issued the 27 day of Nov 1852

Jn A Green (Clerk)

ThomasAycockWill1808-9

State of North Carolina, 

To the Sheriff of Wayne county Greeting:

We command you as before that of the goods and chattels, lands and tenements of Daniel Aycock adm of the Be Aycock you cause to be made the sum of three 85/100 dollars which Isaac Aycock do thus lately in our Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, held for the County of Wayne, recovered against the said administration for costs in that behalf expended, whereof the said administration is liable as appears to us of record.  And have you the said monies before our said Court at Goldsboro on the third Monday of May next, then and there to render the said costs as aforesaid.  

Herein fail not, and have you then and there this Writ

Witness, JNO. A. Green Clerk of said Court,at office, the third Monday of Feb, and in the seventy 7th year of the Independence of the said State, A. D. 1853

Issued the 19 day of mar 1853

Jno A green (Clerk)

ThomasAycockWill1808-10

Daniel Croom Vol. 01A p132

Daniel Croom – Wayne County, North Carolina.  Includes Major Croom Exec to settle estate of Daniel Croom dec. 28 July 1808. List of 17 people owing him oney, including one Charles Croom.

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Stephen Cobb p136-137 - 1808

Pg. 136 - The Division of the land of the Heirs of Stephen Cobb Decsd

Chart:

S7 W129  S2 ½ W126

No.1

126 ½ acres Stephen Cobb

No.2 

126 ½ acres Jas Cobb

No. 3

126 ½ acres Ben Cobb

No. 4

126 ½ acres Nathan Cobb

No. 5

126 ½ acres David Cobb

Upper Lots (Seale 100 pole p. Inch)

No.1  70 acres Nathan Cobb

No. 2 70 acres Ben Cobb

No. 3 76 ½ acres Stephen Cobb

No. 4 76 ½ acres Jas Cobb

No. 5 46 ½ acres David Cobb

In obedience to an order of Court Issued August Term 1808(?) We the subscribers have Divided the land of Stephen Cobb Decsd between the heirs of said decsd as the above plane represents to witt.  N 7 of the upper totr beginning of Nathan Cobb at two white oaks on the bank of Contentnea bruh grubs (?).  W 46 pole to a dead pine then N 128 pole to a water oak on the Impossible Branch, then down the run of said branch as it meander to Contentnea Creek, then down the rune of said creek as its menders to the first station containing seventy acres also the said Nathan Cobb is to pay to David Cobb the sum of one hundred & thirteen dollars and seventy three cents to make his lot equal also the said Nathan Cobb is to pay to Stephen Cobb the sum of seventy seven dollars & seventy nine cents to make his lot equal No. 4 of the lower lots beginning for Nathan Cobb at a water oak on the bank of Contentnea Creek & runs S 427 pole to a Blackjack on the west sid of the road then W 50 pole to a black then N 360 pole to a pine then N 35 E 82 pole to a water oak on the Bank of the creek then down the rune of the creek as it meanere to the first station, Containing one hundred & twenty sire acres & a half.  Then abov & sum to be paid within twelve months from the date of this return.  & C. No 2 of the upper lots begsse.  For Benjm Cobb at two white oaks on the bank of Contentnea Creek & runs W 46 pole to a dead pine then S 48 pole to a port oak then W 41 pole to a read oak & pine & crooked white oak marked by it, then S 25 W 94 pole to a stake in simmos field then E 126 pole to a pine & blackjack then N 134 pole to the begn containing seventy acres Also the said Bejm Cobb is to pay to Stephen Cobb the sume of Sixeteen Dollars and ninety one cents to make his lot equal, also the said Benjamin Cobb is to pay to James Cobb the sume of seventeen Dollars & Ten cents to make his lot equal N. 3 of the lower lots Beginning for Benjm Cobb at pine on the bank of Contentenea & Creek & rune S 333 poles to a stake then W 7 pole to a pine then S 60 pole to a pine then W 44 pole to a Blackjack on the west side of the road then W 424 pole to a water oak on the bank of the creek, then down the rune of the creek as it meanders to the first station, containing one hundred & twenty sire acres & a half

Pg. 137 = Amount Brought Forward

Also the said Benjm Cobb is to pay to Nathan Cobb the sume of one hundred & seventy nine dollars & seventy two cents to make his lot equal.  & C. No.3 of the upper lots bign for S. Cobb at a pine & Blackjack & runs W 126 pole to a Stake in Simme’s field then S 25 W 22 pole to a red oak the patent corner in said field then with the patent line S 45 W 86 pole to a stake then E 198 pole then N 80 pole to the beginning containing seventy sire acres & a half.  N1 of the lower lots begn for Stephen Cobb at a white oak on the Bank of Contentena Creek & runs with Colemans line by W 129 pole to a White oak then S 75 W 22 pole to a past oak, then S 22 W 126 pole to a pine then W 59 pole to a Blackjack then N 277 pole to a red oak on the Bank of the Creek then down the Creek as it meanders to the first station containing one hundred & twenty sire acres & a half Alas the Stephen Cobb is to pay to David Cobb the sume of two hundred & seven dollars and seventy seven cents to make his lote equal the said sume to be paid within Twelve months from the date of this return & C.

No. 4 of the upper lots beginning por Jas Cobb at a pine & runs W 250 pole to a stake then N 45 E 80 pole to a stacke then E 198 plle to a pine then S 8 pole to the center of two pines & a pobt oak then S 8 W 48 pole to a pine the beginning tree containing seventy sire & a half acres, No. 2 of the lower lots beginning for Jas Cobb at a pine an the bank of contentinea Creek & runs S 333 pole to a stake then E 66 pole to a Blackjack then N 277 pole to a red oak on the bank of the creek, then up the run of the Creek as it meanders to the Beginning containing one hundred & twenty sire acres & a half, also the said Jas Cobb is to pay to David Cobb the sume of Forty Sire Dollars & Eighty three cents to make his lot equal, also the said Jas Cobb is to pay to Nathan Cobb the sum of Fourteen Dollars & eighty to cents to make his lot equal the said sum to be paid with in twelve months from the date of this return N.5 of the lower lots, begn for David Cobb at a pine & runs S 360 pole to a stake then W 61 pole then N 348 pole then S 55 E 44 pole to a Blackjack on (?) road then N 35 E 44 pole to the Begn Containing one hundred & twenty sire acres & a half.  In testimony where of we the subscribers have herunto set our hands & seals this 1th day of September 1808

Briton Hood Charges the heirs for 7 days as surveyor a 2 open Isham Evans.  Hoel Evans frances Round tree & Isaa Dichison

Charges for two days each as commissioners 8 

John Marriss & Wm Morrass Charges for carrying the chain for 4 days each at 8

Traees Roundtree (seal) Is Dickenson (seal)

Joel Evins (seal) Gham Eavins (seal)

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Patience Cobb Bridger - Vol. 01A pg. 147-149 

Amount of Sales of the property of Patience Cobb Decesd commenced December 10th 1807

Pg. 147

1 Tubb to John Hardy

2 ditto to Stephen Cobb

1 Iron Spoon and latch to Daniel Dickerson

1 can to Stephen Cobb

1 skillet to John Hardy

1 griddle to Stephen Cobb

1 pott & Hooks to Charles Coleman

1 ditto to Stephen Cobb

4 chairs to Thomas Broadstreet

2 small chair Fraims to John Hardy

1 ditto to Stephen Cobb

1 arm ditto to James Broadstreet

1 Horse & Bell to Phillip Hodge

1 Bed & Furniture to Henry Sasser

1 ditto to Stephen Cobb

2 Riggs & 1 sheet to John Colliman

1 So & Eight Pigs to Stephen Cobb

4 ditto to Wille Coleman

3 ditto & 10 pigs to Etheldred Deberry

3 ditto to Wille Coleman

8 fatt hoggs to John B. Cobb

1 cow to Wille Coleman

1 ditto & yearling to Thomas Broadstreet

1 Heifer to Etheldred Deberry

Pg. 148

1 sow to Stephen Cobb

1 cow Heide to Stephen Cobb

1 ditto to James Renfrow

A parcel of geese to Elie Mercer 

1 arce to Wille Coleman

1 ditto to Cader Roundtree

Samuel Colyer - Vol. 01A, pg. 151 - 154

Pg. 151

An Accounpt of the sales of the property of Samuel Collier Decsed

Begun on the fourth day of January 1809.

1 cutter Plow to Joseph Collier

“                             “           “ (continues for many lines all to Joseph Collier)

Pg. 152

Amount Brought over

1 Sum to Joseph Collier

“                  “            “  (again continues for many lines all to Joseph Collier)

1 small arc to William Mundin

2 sheep Shires to William Mundin

1 lot of Lumber to William Mundin

1 Narow an to Samuel Collier 

“                          “             “     (continues for many lines all to Samuel Collier)

2 augers and 2 chisels to Mariam Hall

“                                             “         “      (continues for many lines all to Mariam Hall

Pg. 153

Amount Brought up on High

1 Bushel of salt to Nathan Pike

8 head of Hoggs to Zachariah Collier

“                                    “               “    (continues for many lines all to Zach Collier)

1 Bay Horse to Richard Worrell

1 Bugum to Thos Mondlin

1 Prindstone to Thos Mondlin

5 Barrels of Corne to Thos Mondlin

8 head of sheep to John Howell

320th Baconand spoons to Ladrich Alford

100th of Bacon to William Edgerton

100th ditto to William Edgerton

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Samuel Colyer - Vol. 01A, pg 170

Be it remembered this Thirtieth day of the seventh month one thousand eight hundred and seven, that I Samuel Colyar being of sound and disposing mind and memory do make and publish this my last will and testament in manner and form as follows, 

I turn(?), I give and bequeath to my son Joseph Colyar the Plantation whereon I now live with the lands belonging thereto I also give him one bed and furniture

I, turn(?), I give and bequeath to my Daughter Miriam Hale the old plantation I bought of John Grace with all the lands that lies on the upper side of the Hide Branch, I turn(?), and bequeath unto my son Samuel Colyar all my lands that I have below the said Hide Branch.

I turn(?), I give and bequeath unto Sarah Colyar my grand daughter one bed and Furniture also I give to my grand daughter Elizabeth Hall one bed and furniture and the chaies of beds and furniture and the remaining part of my Estate I desire to be Equally divided between all my children Zachariah James Miriam John Samuel & Joseph, my wiring apparels I desire my son Zachariah to have one half and the other half to be equally divided between all the rest of my sons --Lastly I nominate & appoint Nathan Pike and my son Samuel Colyar Executors to this my last will and testament Revoking and disannuling all wills heretofore made by me, ratifying and confirming this and no other to be my last will and testaments in witness whereof I the testator have hereunto set my hand and seal ----------

Signed sealed and acknowledged in the presence of us Samuel Colyar (seal)

Samuel Colyar

John Grace

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Samuel Colyer - Vol. 01A pg. 288

Drl Samuel Collyar Deed in account current with Nathan Pike his executor

No. 1 Martha Davis acct

No. 2 Elisha Holland receipt

No. 3 John McKinne Ditto

No. 4. Richard Sanders acct

No. 5 John Graces ditto

No. 6. Isaac Handley recd

No. 7 Samuel Copeland acct

No. 8 Henry Williamsons acct.

No. 8 The Commissions allowed

No. 8 The return of this

In obedience to an order of Court to us directed to settle the Estate of Samuel Colyar decd with the executor we find the ballance due the heirs two hundred and eighty four pounds nineteen shillings and six pence half penny this 24th day of July 1810.

Augt. Term 1810 Jas Deans

Simon Peacock 

Stephen Peacock

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Stephen Cobb p304 Vol. 01A

An account of Sales of the remaining part of the Estate of Stephen Cobb Died sold by Stephen Cobb by a power attorney from Benjamin Cobb---former Admns of the said deceased of estate this 26th day of May 1808

1 negro girl Rose to Joseph Richardson 181.16

2 ditto Dickron & Easter to Philip Hodge 200.60

1 ditto girl Tinna to John Hotton 178.50

1 ditto ditto Hanner to ditto ditto 175.40

Bring equalley divided into ten parts is pounds 73.q 7 ¾ due to each respective heir

James Cobb deceased his share bring divided into five equal shars is pound 14.13.11

To Sundry notes to the amount of 734.16 6

For the sale of said negroes taken by Stephen Cobb bearing date on the fourteenth day of February 1809

In obedience to an order of Court to us divided may term 1810 to settle and divide the remainder part of the Estate of Stephen Cobb decsd with Stephen Cobb after examining the accounts of sale we find it to amount to seven hundred and thirty four pounds sixteen shillings and seven pence and divided into ten parts each heirs part is seventy three pounds nine shillings and seven pence three farthings due each heir then dividing James Cobb deceased part into five parts each heirs part is fourteen pounds thirteen shillings and eleven pence given under our hands 26th May 1810

  1. Dickinson

Stephen Cook

Mat Tumenl

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James Sasser p 342 his Intestate Cr No 1 - 1808

No 1 - 1808 apr 15th - Benjamin Howells

2 -   “    Feby 25 - James Sassers note to Uriah Bass
3 -   “    July 20 - Lazarus Howells
4 -    “    May 31 - William Robins
5 -   “    Feby 11 - Daniel Dickinsons
6 -   “    Feby 22 - Jost Newsoms
7 -   “    Feby 22 - Benjamin Boswells
8 -   “    Feby 23 - Jacob Cooks
9 -   “    Feby 23 - John Woodards
10 -   “   Feby 22 - David Watson
11 -  “   May 17 - Thomas Boswells
12 -  1809 Feby 21 - John Deans
13 - 1808 May 17 - Henry Boyts
14 - 1809 Feby 25 - John Stanlys
15 - 1809 Feby 21 - Zachiriah Morris
16 - 1808 Nov 26 - Druwry Smiths
17 - 1808 Nov 19 - Taylor and Justin? (Justire?)
18 - 1809 apr 5 - Edmund J Pender
19 - 1808 June 4 - Joseph Everitts
20 - 1808 Apr 15 - Benjamin Howells
21 - 1808 Nov 22 - Micajah Coxes
22 - 1810 Apr 3 - John and N. Washington
23 - 1809 Augt 22 - Zacheriah Hams
24 - 1810 May 22 - David Barnes
25 -    “    Apr 3 - Richard sanders
26 -   “    Oct 3 - Jesse Slocumb
27 -   “       “   2 - John Dunns
28 -   “    Apr 6 - Sampsons Lanis
29 -   “    Jan 3 - Joshua Hastings
30 -   “   May 22 - Benj Jerningans
31 - 1808 March 8 - Robert Collier
32 -  “   May 17 - Benjd Howells
33 - 1809 May 16 - John McKinne
34 -     “      “      “  - Benjamin Afords
35 -     “    Apr 4 - Jno and N. Washington
36 -  1808 May 19 - James Bradberys
37 -  1809 May 15 - Joseph Sples?
38 - 1810 apr 3 - John Sassers
39 - 1809 apr 4 - Levi Coxes
40 -    “     aug 22 - Zachiriah Hams
41 -    “     oct 5 - Nathan Bryds
42 -    “     Aug 22 - George Dean
43 - 1808 Apr 4 - Arthur Crawford
44 -    “      “     “ - Matthew Hollands
45 -  1809 May 16 - Jacob Herrings
46 -     “    July 25 - Isaac Handleys
47 -   1810 Feby 20 - John Ammons
48 -    Cash paid John McKinne Co charges
49 -    John & N Washington acct
50 -    Cash paid Barna McKinne for board of Childrin
51 - 1810 Apr 6 - Cash paid John & N Washington
52 - 1809  Sept 16 - Cash paid Public Treasure John Haywood
53 - Cullen Smithy
(Carried Over)

Pg. 343

Amot brot forwd  (Amount Brought Forward)

54 John Hurs
55 John Howell
56 Joseph Everitt

By one third of the rent of the lands the whole having been rented out and the Widow being entitled to her dower therein which way not layed off

By Coms at 5 probent on the whole amt of debts say (pounds) 301