WILL & TESTAMENT OF DANIEL BROWN - 1811 - Robeson County, N.C.

Source: North Carolina Archives - Robeson County Wills 1783-1935 - C.R. 083.801.2
Transcribed & posted by Myrtle Bridges    January 20th, 2000.

State of South Carolina, Williamsburgh District. Know all men by these presents that I, Daniel Brown of the State and District aforesaid now in perfect health enjoying the proper exercise of all my intellectual powers unimpaired do at the request of Katherine Brown my wife, give up and renounce all liens or claims whatsoever to all and every part of the property held and possessed by her previous to our marriage consisting of four Negroes, London, Amey, Davie and Nancy who was born last summer, one horse and some other stock, one bed and furniture to be held and disposed of forever at her pleasure. In witness I do hereunto set my hand and seal this the twenty fourth day of April and in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and eleven. (Signed) Daniel Brown Witnesses: Neill Brown & D. Buie.

Recorded in Will Book A page 227 pursuant to an order of court February Term 1831.

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