North Carolina, Wills and Probate Records, 1665-1998

North Carolina Probate Records 1735-1970 Wills, Inventories, Settlements, 1807-1811, Vol. 01A p29

 

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

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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

 

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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)

 

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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)

 

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