Re: Baldas / Palser CLEEK / CLICK b ca 1699
Abstracts of the Wills and Inventories of Bath County, Virginia, 1791-1842, by Jean Randolph Bruns, 1995
(Page 9) Will of Jacob Cleek (X)dated Dec. 13, 1812
Wit: Robert Given, John McGlaughlin, Samuel Given, John Berry and Samuel Given Jr.
Probated July 1813 court
Exec: son Petter
Beq: to beloved wife Cristenah all movable estate and my part of the salt petre cove
to sons Micel, John and Matthias $2 each
to daughters Rebeccah McGlaughlin, Peggy Pots and Eve Fuller $2 each
to gransons, John, Jacob, William, Henry and Isaac Hartman and son-in-law William Hartman $1 each
to sons Petter and George 400 acres in Kanaway Co., George to pay $23, half the costs of recovering the land
(page 267)Inventory - Jacob Cleek.Submitted July 22, 1803 [this date has to be incorrect - 1813?]
by Robert and Samuel Given and Samuel Gay to John Berry 111 - 1/2 lb. gunpowder, rifle gun, clothing, 33 lb saltpeter, furniture, kitchen utensils, corn, wheat, 7 gal. whiskey, horses 4, tools, bonds of William Buckanan and George Gaul
Names of Foreigners Who Took the Oath of Allegiance to Pennsylvania 1727-1775
Ship Mary, of London, John Gray, Master, from Rotterdam.Qualified September 26, 1732.
Original List: Baldos Click, age 33
Click is not on the list of those who took Oath of Allegiance.
Hope this helps.