Hope this helps and isn't too late! They are both buried in the Abbott Family Cemetery in Cherokee Springs.
Solomon Abbott was a private soldier in the Revolutionary War under General Morgan. He enlisted Oct. 7, 1780 at Spartanburg, SC , under Capt. Dennis Trammell (Tromwell) and Colonel Thomas.He was in the battle of Cowpens under Gen. Morgan when the war was over, he drew a pension of $53.33 per annum.Solomon Abbott was one of the oldest citizens of Spartanburg County, having entered a large estate under King George.He was one ofthe last Revolutionarywas soldiers to die in Spartanburg County.He died Nov. 9, 1857, and was buried with military honors by the Morgan Rifles.Authoritative data for the above was obtained from the Bureau of Pensions with the following reference.Cert. No. 30-472,Act of June 7, 1832,issued 3-11-1836 South Carolina Agency.
WILL OF SOLOMAN ABBOTT
Spartanburg, South Carolina
Office of Probate Judge
Box 44Package 26
The State of South Carolina
In the name of God, Amen.I, Soloman Abbott, being of sound and disposing mind and memory, do make this as my last will and testament, hereby, revoking all former wilsl made by me.
My will is that all my just debts be first paid by my executors herinafter named.
Whereas, I have had to pay for my son, Henry Abbott, sundry amounts which I deem in as much as I should give to him, my will is, therefore, that my said son, Henry Abbott, have no more of my said estate, whatsoever.
Whereas, I have given to my daughter, Cynthia Dermet, as much as I think she should have of my estate, I, therefore, will that she shall have no more of my estate.
My will is that her daughters, Louisa Abbott, wife of Norman Abbott, and Raymoth Bishop, wife of Alberry Bishop, and my clubfooted grandchild of my daughter, Cynthia, by the name of Van, each shall have fifty dollars apiece, to be paid to them by my estate's executors as soon as they may be able to settle up my estate.
I am desirous that as my faithful servant, Prov, has been kind and faithful to me through life and as she has a family of childdren, which I desire shall all go to some good and human man at my death, together with herself, I, therefore, will that my executors hereinafter named, shall at my death choose some one person, and that my trusted friend, Henry H. Thoson, shall choose another, and that they shall so chosen, value my said negro womn, Prov, and her five children, which I now have, at what they may regard as a reasonable price as a family.And if the two so chosen shall fail to agree in evaluation, then they shall select a third man and that they shall set upon Prov and her chidlren what they may think a reasonable price.My willis that my said dear friend, Henry H. Thomason, shall have the said negroes at a price which may be set on them as aforesaid, he paying to my executors hereinafter named, the amount they may so appriase to aforesaid.By him my executors shall be ready to make a final settlement of my said estate.
My will lis that my executors, hereinafter named, shall sell and dispose of the balance of my estate, both real and personal, at such terms and upon such terms as they may deem best, and that they shall divide the whole of my estate, excepta s heretofore specifically willed, to be equally divided as follows:
To Elizabeth Sosebee, wife of Sampson Sosebee, the one-sixth paort.
William Abbott, the one-sixth par.t
Agnes, wife of Joseph Bankston, the one-sixth part.
The children of Eli Abbott, the one-sixth part.
The children of Telletha Odum, the one-sixth part.
To Sarah Spencer, wife of James Spencer, the one-sixth part, which I do hereby,will in trust to John Potter and James Turner, in trust to them for the sole and separate use and behalf of my said daughter, Sarah Spencer, during her lifetime.To be held in trust during the lifetime of her husband, James Spencer, and James Spencer's death, to go absolutely to my daughter, Sarah Spencer, free of all trust.It is my will that the said James Spencer is to have no paort of my said estate, should he be the longest liver, but to go to her children. My executors are hereby expowered to make good and sufficient titles to all my estate, both real and personal.I hereby nominate my friends, John Potter and James Turner, my executors to this my last will and testament, hereby, revoking all other in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 24th day of April, 1854.
Signed, sealed and acknowledged as his will in the presence of us who in his presence and in the presence of each other, witnessed the same.
His mark (X) Soloman Abbott
Witness:George W. H. Legg
R. E. Cleveland
J. B. Archer