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John Hackley, Mar. 16, 1799; owned land in the "Western country." Speaks of his uncle, Wm. Ball. of his bros. in law, Thos. Jameson, m. Lucy Hackley, Sam'l. Reed, m. Sarah Hackley, Richard Hackley, m. Elizabeth Hackley, and of his sister, Ann Taliaferro, of his uncle and aunt Barrow, of his bro. Jas. Hackley, of Fanny Ball Long, dau. of Gabriel Long, and Fanny Ball Thomas, dau. of Edw. Ball Thomas, of Ky. June 15, 1801.
Will of John Hackley II, March 6, 1799, Probated 1801
"My will is that my Just debts has been paid with any money I have in hand and money owing to me, and if that isnotsufficient the deficiency to be made up by the sale of my Riding sorrel horse. My Grey horse and "my" Gray mare and if all these ae insufficient to pay my Debts then the balance to be paid from the sale of my Land in the western countey.
Item, I give and bequeath unto my Aunt, Margaret Barrow, one hundred Dollars to be paid to her by my Executor out of money arising fromthe sale of my Western Lands.
Item, to my friend, General James Williams, the Tract ofland whereon my Uncle, William Ball, now lives slaves, horses, &c.
Residue of my estate to be disposed of as follows:
part to my Brother-in-Law, Thomas Jameson, for the Heirs forever.
part to my Brother-in-Law Samuel Read.
in trust to my Brother-in-Law Thomas Jameson for the benefit of my Sister Lucy Jameson and her children.
to the children that may be living at my death of my Sister Ann Talliaferro, Dec'd.
part to my nephew John Jameson, son of James and Lucy Jameson.
part to my nephew John Read, son of Samuel Reed and Sarah Reed. The remaining 2/8ths to be put in hands of nephews John Jameson and John Reed in trust for the use and benefit of my sister Elizabeth Hackley, wife of Richard Hackley*(7) and her children.
March 16, 1799 John Hackley
Memo, March 1799.
My Uncle and Aunt Barrow to keep the negroes they now have and then that they be set free.
Let Uncle Ball keep possession during his life.
Then Land given to my brother James Hackley.
Rest of property to be sold and 1£ money given to Fanny (Ball) Long, daughter of Major Gabriel Long and ½ to Fanny Ball Thomas, daughter of Edward Ball Thomas of Kentucky."
Mr. Hackley was the son of John Hackley Sr. and Judith Ball. They had the children: John Hackley Jr., Elizabeth, who m. her first cousin, Richard Hackley, and James Hackley. Mr. Hackley Sr. died 1760 in King George County, VA. Mrs.Hackley was the daughter of Capt. Samuel Ball(b. 1686, d. 1751) and Anne Catherine Taylor, daughter of Col. William Tayloe. Col. Tayloe was from Mt. Airy, VA. He died 1711 in Richmond co., VA. and married Ann Corbin, born 2/9/1664, and died sometime between 1697 to 1710. Miss Corbin was the dau. of Henry Corbin the III, born 1629 and d. 1/8/1675. Henry Corbin emigr. to Va. in 1654, residing in King & Queen co., VA. He was a member of the Council 1663. He married Alice Ettonhead, a dau. of Richard. Ann Catherine Tayloe m. 11/25/1717, Capt. Samuel Ball, born 1686 and died 1751 St. March's Parish, son of William Ball II, and grandson of Col. William Ball SR. who came to VA. in 1657 with wife Hannah Atherold.
1] Historical Southern Families, Mrs. John Brodie,p.89; 2] DAR application #636400; #167637; #490102; 3] DAR Patriotic Index, p.365; 4] Genealogies of Virginia Families,p.143; 5] William and Mary Quarterly, v.3,ps.199-201; 6] Montgomery co., KY(wills),bk.E,p.291; 7] Jamesons in America, 1901, Rev. E.O. Jameson, p.136; 8] Culpeper co., VA(wills),bk.D,p.321; 9] Lora Jameson Simmons, Mrs. Samuel W. McComb, NS DBR, Nat'l Society Daughters of the Barnes of Runnemeade(manuscript); 10] Lora Jameson Sanmons, Mrs. Samuel W. McComb, NSDBR-nat'l Soc. of Daughters of the Barins of Runneymeade, Engl.; 11] Slave Deeds, 1806, Marianne A. Dunner;