Yes, I can make you a copy of the wills.Both wills are for Edward Mobley of Chester District; they are dated 1838 and 1839.I obtained the estate package from the SC Archives, and it is on that long paper that is used in archives.Do you think it could be faxed?If not I can get it copied, no problem.Let me know the best way for me to get you the copy.
I am researching my gg grandfather "Miles Taliaferro", a slave mentioned in the final will of 1839, but not the 1838 will.I traced him from GA (1880) back to SC and Edward's will, then hit a brickwall. I have since learned that Miles ended up here in GA through Edward's daughter Susan Mobley Taliaferro and her husband Richard Taliaferro. I found Miles in two inventories of Richard Taliaferro's estate (1856 and 1860). I am trying to trace where and from whom Edward Mobley purchased Miles. I thought that may have been through Ephraim.I am trying to establish a paper trail for Miles' ownership.Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.