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Catron McQuillen



Will of John Koonce

As abstracted in Abstracts of the Records of Jones County, North Carolina, 1779-1868 Vol. 1 by Zae Hargett Gwynn. (pgs. 362-363)

Will of John Koonce
Dated 6 Jan 1791
Probated May 1791

To my son, John Koonce, 90 acres on Jacobs Pocosin in Jones Co., my negro man Buck to be sold and money divided to my sons George and John Koonce; to son George, a cross cut saw, a grind stone, and a riding saddle; to son John, a whip saw and a hand mill; To sons John and George, all carpenter, coopers and shoe makers tools, my still with the tube and stilling utensils, after the death of their mother; to grandson John Koonce, son of my son George, my small shot gun; to my grandsons, James and John Koonce, sons of my son John Koonce, my stock of cattle, after death of their mother Catron Koonce; to my wife Catron, a riding horse, a mare, my silver and gold coin, my hogs, sheep, corn and salt; to daughters Barbary and Rachel Koonce, a feather bed, furniture, iron pot and linen wheel each; to wife Catron, during her life, eight negroes, all my household goods, feather beds and furniture, utensils, crockery ware , and my still during her life, also my cattle; at death of my wife, the eight negroes to my daughters, Ann Bender, Rachel Koonce, Tishey Brown, Catron Gilbert and Barbary Koonce, and if any daughter die and leave issue then her part to go to her chidren, my daughters to receive, after their mother's death, the household furniture, beds, etc., to be equally divided to them except the still and its equipment which I reserve my son, and to son George, my family bible at death of his mother.

Exrs: son George, friend Nathan Bryan
Wts: James Standly, John Standly, John Cosonine.

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