Agreeable to an order of Culpeper Court bearing date january 18th 1790 we the Subscribers have Inventoried and appraised the above named Estate as Witness our hands ~~ Harbin Moore Churchill Gordon Jas. Morton
At a Court held for Culpeper County the 20th day of September 1790 this Inventory of the Estate of Andrew Bowin decd. was returned unto Court and ordered to be Recorded. Teste John Jameson Ck Court
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Subject: Re: [VACULPEP] Inventory of Andrew BOWEN [OR BOWIN / BOURNE],1790, Culpeper Co., Va. Resent-Date: Sat, 18 Aug 2001 17:45:07 -0600 Resent-From: VACULPEP-L@rootsweb.com Date: Sat, 18 Aug 2001 18:44:12 -0500 From: Craig Kilby To: VACULPEP-L@rootsweb.com
on 8/18/01 4:34 PM, Kathleen Bowen at email@example.com wrote:
> Actually, if I look at how the other words are written, the lower-case "e" > and is fairly consistent throughout and it appears to be that "e" that is in > the surname, so use of the "e" and how it appears in the surname actually > implies BOWEN; additionally, in the last portion where the inventory is > ordered to be recorded by the court, the spelling is definitely BOWIN.
Hi Kathleen. I think you are in grave error here. The WILL of ANDREW BOURN of Culpeper was written 22 August 1788 and proved 18 JAN 1790. The inventory and appraisal you refer to was recorded, as you say, 20 SEP 1790. (Both in Will Book C), prepared by James MORTON, Harbin Moore and Churchill Gordon. The will and inventory are obviously for the same person, see will below:
The Andrew Bourn in question is from a long line of Bourne family, who particularly favored the name ANDREW. His wife was Jane MORTON. He, Andrew, was a son of John Bourne of Essex County.
Andrew Bourne's will names wife Jane [MORTON] and these people:
1. Children of my daughter Elizabeth Hawkins, deceased (had m. William Hawkins, son of Benjamin Hawkins & Sarah Willis)
2. Daughter Ann Hawkins (m. Benjamin Hawkins, s/o Benjamin Hawkins & Sarah Willis)
3. Sarah Price (m. Col. John Price)
4. Jane Hawkins (m. James Hawkins, another son of Benjamin Hawkins & Sarah Willis).
5. Frances Newman (m. Reuben Newman, s/o Thomas Newman & Elizabeth Morton)
6. Judith Zimmerman (m. Frederick Zimmerman 14 June 1784, Culpeper)
7. Polly Bourn (m. George Newman in Culpeper, 10 SEP 1790, after the will was drawn)
8. Andrew Bourn, (m. Elizabeth Robertson)
9. William Bourn (m. Mildred Helm, lived in Frederick Co.)
Executors were William Morton and WIlliam Pannill. Witnesses were John Bourn, Benjamin Thornton, Reuben Newman and William Bourn.
There was no Andrew BOWIN around at this time, that I have found.
More About Andrew BOURNE: Burial: Unknown, N37 51.09 W84 31.18. Will: 22 Aug 1788, Culpeper County, Virginia.
More About Andrew BOURNE and Jane MORTON: Marriage: 1740, ORANGE CO, Orange, VA.
Marriage Notes for Andrew BOURNE and Jane MORTON: Name: Wm. Date: Jan. 18, 1790 Comments: Andrew Bourn , Aug. 22, 1788 ; Jane ; children: Elizabeth , m. Hawkins Ann , m. Hawkins , Sarah , m. Piece , Jane , m. Hawkins , Frances , m. Reuben Newman , Judith , m. Zimmerman , Polly , Andrew and Wm. Jan. 18, 1790 .
Children of Andrew BOURNE and Jane MORTON are:
+Elizabeth BOURNE, b. Abt. 1745, Culpeper County, Virginia, d. Bef. 1788, Jessamine County KY.
+Judith BOURNE, b. Abt. 1756, Culpeper County, Virginia, d. 29 Jun 1844, Jessamine County KY40.