Re: Brinkley House Estate monies
Page 4 ~ John Millican
20 Feb 1818
To my son William Millican, one Negro boy named Anthony. To my son James Millican, one Negro boy named Lewis. To my son John Millican, one Negro boy named Ci when he arrives at age. To my son Andrew Millican, one Negro girl named Patsey. To my daughter Sarah Millican, one Negro girl named Nance to have the use of during her natural life; should my daughter Sarah die without an heir, the said Nance and her increase to be equally divided between all my daughters. Should my daughter Sarah have a child or children, the said Nance & her increase to be divided equally among them at the death of the said Sarah and my other daughters. To my daughter Ann Millican one feather bed & furniture and one cow & calf. To Sarah Millican one feather bed & furniture and one cow & calf. To my son James Millican, my young mare. James to give my son Andrew as good a mare when said Andrew comes of age. To John Millican, my colt & saddle. To my wife Dilla Millican, the use of one Negro woman named May and Lucy and Mary her children, and use of plantation where I now live, the stock of horses, cattle & hogs, household kitchen & furniture and plantation tools, during her natural life or until my youngest daughter Carrenhappuk arrives to age. Then all property to be sold and divided equally between my wife Dilla and all my daughters, Jenny Cockran, Mary Ann Millican, Rebecca Scott, Sarah Millican, Ann Millican, Betsey Smith Millican, Dilla Hatsfield Millican and Nancy Hemphill Millican and Carranhappuk Millican. My Negro woman Addeline to be sold. Balance of money and together with my part of the money arrising from the sale of the plantation belonging to the estate of Brinkley House, dec’d, for the use of the family. Extrx: Dilla Millican. Exec: James Millican my son, Andrew Millican. Signed: John Millican. Witness: Wm. Cleghorn, Robert (x) Millican. Rec'd: 16 Mar 1818, William 15 Mironey, C.C.O.