After responding to your previous request, I discovered that I do have a brief transcript of the Last Will and Testament of Mary (Lindley) Abercrombie.It is saved in a MS Word file, so will insert it with this reply.
The son, Jonathan Abercrombie, is the only of the children of Colvill and Mary about whom I've almost no information. Not even reasonably sure of his year of birth.May have been about 1797 or 1805 - 1807.Don't have when he died. Possibly about 1873.Don't know if he married or any children.
Contrary to some postings on the internet, Mary (Lindley) Abercrombie was not a daughter of Thomas Lindley. He, Thomas Lindley, was born about 1754 probably in Orange County, North Carolina and was an older sibling/brother to Mary (Lindley) Abercrombie.She, Mary (Lindley) Abercrombie, was born Oct. 1764 at Spring, Orange County, North Carolina.They, Thomas and Mary, were two of eleven children born to James Lindley and wife Mary (Cox) Lindley. By the way, Mary also had a sibling/sister Ruth Lindley, born about 1756, so that tends to further support my contension that Mary did not have a middle name of Ruth. She, Ruth Lindley, is showing as having married Benjamin Smith and she, Ruth, died 1845 in South Carolina. If she, Ruth, has died young, then it could have been that Mary might have been given Ruth as a middle name. However, Ruth didn't die young, therefore no reason to give Ruth as a middle name for Mary. It is interesting to see that three of the offsprings of James and Mary (Cox) Lindley married three with the surname of Smith: Ruth married Benjamin Smith Rebecca married David Smith John married Sarah Smith.
James Obe Sims name does not ring a bell with me.Perhaps if you could supply me with more data about him, I might find him or something about him in one of my Sims files.
Last Will and Testament of Mary, widow of Colvill Abercrombie:
The LW&T of Mary, widow of Colvill Abercrombie was proven July 2, 1852 in Laurens County, South Carolina.
She left a Negro girl named Sary (age 25) to beloved son, Jonathan Abercrombie; and to son, Lindley Abercrombie, $200.
Witnesses: Andrew Bolt; Jonathan Abercrombie, Sr.; John Holloway.
The petition to the court shows that Mary Abercrombie died 10 June 1852.
Jonathan Abercrombie applied for a letter of administration, for his mother, Mary, failed to name an executor.
Ref:Laurens County, S.C. Probate - box 115, packet 16.