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Freeman Allen's will proved Nov. 11, 1803 in Hancock co. GA, will Nov. 19, 1803, spouse Jane. [familysearch]. Freeman Allen's will 1803 Hancock county, Misc records, 106 [Georgia Wills, 1733-1860, compiled by Ted O Brooke]
"Freeman Allen of Hancock County, dec'd. Will, pp. 106-107, dated 19 July 18--, proved and recorded (no date). In a low state of health. To my beloved wife Jane Allen, 100 acres of land and plantation whereon I now live, with all improvements and appertancies, hereunto belonging. A Negro boy named Phil, furniture, hogs, cattle, sheep and plantation tools, out of which she is to raise, support and education my children until they marry or arrive at lawful age, to her and her heirs forever. The land and plantation that I bought of James Simmons containing 196 acres together with a Negro man named Dick to be sold at publick sale by my executors, and after my debts are paid, the balance to be divided among my children as they come of age or marry. Exors: wife Jane and friend James Bullard. s/ Freeman Allen. wit: Wooton Oneal, John Bush.
pp. 108-9, Inventory and Appraisement dated 11 Nov. 1803. Among articles named were 4 feather beds and furniture, several books, looking glass, Negro man Dick $450, man Phil $500. Total not given. s/ Collier Alford, John Rogers, Wooten Oneal, appraisers. Sworn before Benj. Wh------. p. 109, Account of sales: only items named were 196 acres land and one negro fellow, amounts apparently torn or worn. Moneys paid out to John Bush & Nancy King, no amount given. p. 111. moneys paid out (no date) to James Whatley, Doctor L. Weatherby, Doctor Roberts, Thomas Harris, Sherward Womack, William Thetford, William Stephens, Nathaniel Stephens, Leonard Peak, Isaac Robertson acct., George Grumbels, John Williams, Daniel Wagnon (?), Myles Greene, Robert M. Cunningham, James Bullard act., Mr. Fletcher. July 2nd, Britton Williams, James Whaley, Willis Roberts, Archibald Martin. 1812 March 2, James Ballard; James Whaley, Guardian $30.50" [Some Georgia County Records Vol. 4, compiled by Emmett Lucas Jr. The previous will was proved and recorded on Oct. 29, 1803 and the following will was proved Oct. 29, 1803.]
Sept. 1803, last will & testament of Freeman Allen dec'd proven, witnesses Jane Allen and James Bullard nominated executrix and executor and appraisors are appointed. [Hancock county Georgia Court of Ordinary Minutes 1799-1817, J. Kenneth Brantley, page 107 of original document]