i have found the 1800 edgefield co, sc will/ estate of samuel goode/ anna and i now get it.
except you called him "samuel martin" when you meant to say samuel goode, you are right----this samuel goode/ anna, who died in 1800 there in edgefield co, sc with reeves martin as his executor, was the samuel goode who was the son of our mackerness goode, jr and brother, as you said, of our frances goode martin edwards.
the samuel goode i was wondering if you or anyone knew where he died is the samuel goode/ jemimah davenport, who was the brother of our mackerness goode, jr, sons of our mackerness goode, sr, who, again, died intestate some time before 1789 in laurens co, sc.
also, i have a correction to make, reeves martin's sister, and also daughter of our william martin/ frances goode martin edwards, ursula martin married richard bullock.
it was elizabeth satterwhite, daughter of bartlett satterwhite/ rebecca davenport, brother-in-law of our samuel goode/ jemimah davenport, who married james bullock.
both richard bullock/ ursula martin and james bullock/ elizabeth satterwhite were sons of john bullock/ mary mitchell, who was the brother of my nathaniel bullock/ mary hawkins, etc.
i cannot identify this isham harris who was a purchasers of samuel goode's 1800 edgefield co, sc estate but this was also bartlett satterwhite/ rebecca davenport's daughter jemima davenport who married wiley glover and they had a daughter elizabeth glover, who married william harris.
again, i also cannot idenfify this william harris either but------------
i re-noted that david goode has this william harris/ elizabeth glover as the son of john harris/ sarah hamilton, son of john harris/ mary handy, who are not related to my/ our captain thomas harris' harris line and family.
pat mason harris has this william harris/ elizabeth glover, to follow, as being the grandson of john harris/ mary rachel kittrell:
" Joseph Davenport d 1788 m Jemima Mitchell and had daughter Rebecca Davenport.
Rebecca Davenport marries Bartlett Satterwhite and they have Jemima Satterwhite;
Jemima Satterwhite marries Wiley Glover, and they have Elizabeth Glover;
Elizabeth Glover marries William Harris.
I show William Harris as a son of John Harris, Jr. and Milly Stanfield LInk;
John Harris, Jr. s/o John Harris, Sr. and Rachel Milly Kittrell;
John Harris, Aaron's Ck Granville NC supposed son of Richard
Richard Harris/Priscilla line is said to be Group 6.
Several years ago one of our first entries into Harris DNA was for this
Richard line, but it was and remains unmatched. Currently the DNA for a
descendant of Lemander and Robert Harris is also unmatched.
We should recruit another descendant of the Richard Harris line to see where
the DNA falls. Do we have any Harrises from this line currently on HH or
other Harris lists?"
our captain thomas harris' harris line and family is harris dna group 8 and even with our harris dna, it is still going to really take time to learn and to sort out all of our harris families.
i have also noted that drew glover welchhas indicated her own interest in this wiley glover/ jemima davenport there in edgefield co, sc, daughter of our related bartlett satterwhite/ rebecca davenport,but i do not know if drew descends from this same wiley glover/ jemima satterwhite or not?
i do know that drew glover welch does descend from edward harris, sr whose son minyard harris married sarah johnson and who were in burke co, nc.
see harris forum # 18248.
" My line is from Edward's son Minyard Harris who married Sarah Johnson. I'm assuming, then, that Minyard was a son of the lst wife? And that daughter Mary would have been from the lst wife, also? Is that how you see it? "
this edward harris, sr,who was also in lunenburg/ charlotte co, va by 1750 or earlier and whose sons stephen harris and edward harris, jr also moved to laurens co, sc, their harris descendants are also a harris dna group 8 match with my brother, david harris, etc, who, again, trace back, again, to our captain thomas harris 1611 of jamestown and his son, our major william harris who died in 1678 in henrico co, va.
as i have said, besides, of course, my interest in my/ our william harris, sr/ frances goode, daughter of our mackerness goode, sr, and sister of our mackerness goode, jr and his brother, our samuel goode/ jemimah davenport and the fact i also descend from this same bullock family re our nathaniel bullock/ mary hawkins, brother of john bullock/ mary mitchell-------
i also descend from this same burt family re this edward burt, who was also an excecutor of our samuel goode/ anna's estate there in 1800 in edgfield co, sc.
my/ our charles harris, son of our william harris, jr/ frances rodgers and grandson of our william harris, sr/ frances goode, married ca 1807 in pendleton co, sc my jane cannon, daughter of richard cannon/ elizabeth cole, daughter of john cole/ mary wood also of union co, sc.
this was our john cole/ mary wood's father, our richard cole, who married lydia hansford hill, daughter of samuel hill, jr/ elizabeth burt, daughter of richard burt/ elizabeth hansford.
so, my/ our connections with the burt family is earlier but it is still the same burt family, who inter-married with our goode family there in edgefield co, sc, and this is still more involved and more convoluted.
it is no wonder it is hard to get this right and to keep this all straight!
here, then, is the edgefield co, sc will/ estate of our samuel goode, son of our mackerness goode, jr and brother of our frances goode martin edwards, who was the widow also of william martin, parents of reeves martin and ursula martin/ richard bullock, etc.
Edgefield Co, SC Wills: Page 208
Will of SAMUEL GOODE of Edgefield District, S.C., Planter. To loving wife
ANNA GOODE during her natuarl life slaves Billy Jack and Ann, and during her
widowhood slaves Tom and Dinah "for the better support of herself and such of my
children as may be under her care and likewise all my stock of cattle sheep and
hogs and in case of her marryage it is my desire that my executors will
employ the said two negroes Tom and Dina for the Maintinance and education of my
four youngest daughters (vizt) BETSY, ANNA, TILLITHA and LUCINDA and also leave
unto my said wife during her widowhood the use of my plnatation whereon I now
live and the plantation tools belonging thereto and also leave her for the
better support of herself and my four children above named and also for the
support and education of my two sons JOHN and FREEMAN the following horse
creatures..." Horses and their increase were to be equally divided among these children.
To daughter SALLEY MARTEN $400 to be paid out of crops that were raised on
plantation. To dughter FRANCES BURT two negro girls now in her possession-Sarah
& Miltilda, and boy Charles. Daughter BETSEY two negro girls Milley and Ruth .
To daughter ANNA negro girls Jude and Mary. To daughters TILLETHA and LUCINDA
a negro woman named Cressey, who with her future increase it is my desire
shall be equally divided between them. The increase of negro Dina shall be
divided between TILLITHA and LUCINDA.
Son JOHN a negro boy Nathan, and girl Sarah. To son FREEMAN boy Solomon and
" And it is my will and desire that in case any of my children (I mean those
unmarried) should die before they become of age or without lawful issue that
her or his part or parts shall be equally divided among the surviving children
now unmarried- and it is also my will and desire that all the Lands belonging
to me in this District shall be eqully divided between my said sons JOHN and
FREEMAN and one other tract of land known by the name of Hughe's Tract on a
branch of the Six and Twenty Mile Creek and one Steed (Stud?) Horse named Percy I
commit in trust to my after named executors to be by them applied for the use
and benefit of my daughters BETSEY and ANNA, TILLITHA and LUCINDA.." After
receipt of the debts due, and sale "of the old tobacco I now have on hand the
residue if any there be applied towards the education of my six youngest
children." Wife ANNA GOOD, EDWARD BURT and REVES MARTIN Executors. Signed 6-23-1800.
Witnessed by JOHN HAMELTON SAMUEL GOODE
Probate of the will of SAMUEL GOODE, deceased, proved in court by JOHN
HAMILTON on 8-29-1800. Recorded 2-10-1801. Executors EDWARD BURT and REEVES MARTIN
qualified at the same time.
Letters of Testamentary issued to executors EDWARD BURT and REEVES MARTIN on
the estate of SAMUEL GOODE. Recorded 2-10-1801.
Warrant of appraisers of the estate of SAMUEL GOODE, as shown by executors
EDWARD BURT and REEVES MARTIN. Return to be made by 10-31-1800. Signed
8-29-1800. Directed to JOHN HAMELTON, LEWIS MATTHEWS, RICHARD BULLOCK and JAMES
BULLOCK. Memorandum 10-1-1801 Appraisers qualified before WILLIAM ROBINSON J.P., were
LEWIS MATTHEWS, RICHARD BULLOCK and JAMES BULLOCK.
Inventory of the estate of SAMUEL GOODE, deceased, of Edgefield District,
S.C., "Yeoman" amde 10-1-1800. Valued at $6902 by J. BULLOCK, RICHARD BULLOCK and
Petition for an order to sell goods and chattles of SAMUEL GOODE'S estate
made by executor EDWARD BURT 10-13-1800. Sale ordered for Monday 11-10-1800.
Sale of estate of SAMUEL GOODE 12-29-1800. Purchasers included:
PHILIP BURT JOHN HOLLOWAY, Sr. SAMUEL WILLIAMS
DAVID THOMSON JOHN ROGERS SUGAR JONES
JAMES BULLOCK ROBET MCCOMB DUDLEY BROOKS
THOMAS COLEMAN LEW GOODE DRURY GLOVER
REEVES MARTIN ISHAM HARRIS WILLIAM HOLLOWAY
WILEY GLOVER GEORGE MARTEN BETSEY GOODE
ANNA GOODE NATHANIEL NORWARD JOHNATHAN YOUNG
JOSEPH THOMPSON ROBERT MCCREA GEORGE BURNS
CALLET CONNER DRURY MATHEWS DAVID THOMPSON
CALEB HOLLOWAY BUCKNER THOMPSON JOHN WALKER
HENRY DELBONE JOHN SCOGGEN SAMUEL WILLIAMS
Total value realized at the sale $2297.56-1/4.