Abstracts of Granville County, North Carolina 267,268,269- Dec.1798- proved Feb. Court 1799- John Knott wills to son James a slave; to children of daughter Elizabeth Frazer, deceased, namely Polley, Nancey, Izabel, Betsey, Farwick, and Anney, a negro woman and her increase at death of her father Arthur Frazer; to daughter Mary Davis, a negro girl and her increase; to son John Knott, a negro and part of land whereon I now live, about 300 acres; to son William, a negro and the half of the land in Franklin County to be divided between him and son David, the other half of land in Franklin Co., 3 ewes and lambs; to son Thomas, rest of the land and plantation whereon I live, the other half to John Knott, and negro slave, a bed and furniture, cow and calf, 3 ewes and lambs; to daughter Ann Satterwhite, a negro slave and increase and one horse, to daughter Lucy Knott, a negro slave and her increase, a feather bed and furniture, a horse, a cow and calf,3 ewes and lambs; to daughter Marthey Knott, a negro slave, bed and furniture, livestock, horse and saddle; to daughter Frances Knott, a negro, a horse, saddle and bridle, cow and calf, other livestock when 17 years old; all else divided between my children and children of deceased daughter Frazer. Exrs: my son William and Arthur Frazer. Wts: William Knott, Thomas Knott.
Who are the parents of this John Knott d. 1799? Is it James Knott who died in 1783 leaving a wife Mary?