merry christmas --- Page 91. Will. Jul 13, 1741. I, George Brewer in Brunswick, being very sick and weak inbody but of perfect mind To my son William Brewer - that parcel of landwhere he no~ lives, bounded bythe branch on this side of his house and all onthe south side thereof. To my son Oliver Brewer - the rest of this tractwhereon I now dwell. To my son Henry Brewer - all that tract of landbetween Fountain Cr and To my son Nathaniel Brewer - 250 acres of land on both side of old RoanokeRoad. To my daughter Sarah Vick - 150 acres on both sides of the of old RoanokeRoad. To my wife Alice - the estate whereon we now dwell, and all my household goodsand stock, for the maintenance of all my younger children, during her life or untilshe marries again. To my son Lanier Brewer - a young steer. To my son George Brewer - a young steer. To my son Nicholas Brewer - a cow and calf. To my son John Brewer - a cow and calf. To my son Hoel Brewer - a young horse that we call snip, and feathers to makehim a bed. To my son Henry Brewer - a young horse that we call Patrick and a gun. To my son Oliver Brewer - a gun. To my son Nathaniel Brewer - a gun. When my wife dies or marries again, it is my will that my personal estatetogether with all my household goods and stock, may be equally divided amongmy younger children.
feb 28 1723-George Brewer lived on lower left of Reedy Branch ,100 acres in Dinwiddie county Va.Land isJust above Merehrin riveron Wyches branch-Land left to son Henry Brewer lies on Fontaines Creek between Beaverpond creek and the Merehrin river near North Carolina line. Land left to Nathaniel Brewer lies up above Hicksford near Harrys swamp ------ p:556aug 10, 1722Nicholas Brewer, sr. of saint Martins Brandon parish Prince George co. to his son Nicholas Brewer Jr. and Elizabeth his wife, of same, for love and affection, 50 acres lying on the south side of Harrys run in Prince George co in Martins Brandon parish, next to John Hobbs ,dec's, James Jones house,Mr. John Hardyman. wit Edward Prince ,James Moody Robert Tillman rec. sep 11 1722