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12551 Wife of Russell Austin Goheen Jr, as of US Navy Family F1558
 
12552 Wife of Thomas R Wilson; mother of Nellie and Dillesin (?); lived in Plant City, FL in 1930 Goheen, Mildred B (I4387)
 
12553 Wife was widow at this time
Name: William Curry, Surety bond business, acute cardial dilitation
Birth Date: 30 Jul 1892; Place: Pennsylvania
Death Date: 10 Jun 1932; Place: Lyrone, Blair, Pennsylvania, USA
Father: George L Curry, born Pennsylvania
Mother: Elizabeth Hutchison, born Pennsylvania
Spouse: Sarah Alice Curry
Informant: George L Curry, Warriorsmark, Pennsylvania
Certificate Number: 60413 
Curry, William (I1219)
 
12554 Wife; Edith Mae, son: Guy Neuff, Daughter Penny, brother Roy, sister Mildred Wilson, Tampa Tribune carrier for 25 years, Charter Member: E.U.B church of Lutz (now 1st United Methodist church) Goheen, Sidney Alfred (I6036)
 
12555 Wilber C Goheen age 46 married at age 21, born Indiana parents born Indiana is an assistant Supertant of Dury Co. has a radio and own home value at $7000
Blanch M wife age 39 married at age 19, born Indiana father born Pennsylvania, mother born Ohio
Velma B daughter age 16 born Indiana
Evelyn R daughter age 14 born Indiana
Betty J daughter age 9 born Indiana
Dona J daughter age 6 born Indiana
Edna K neice age 17 born Indiana, office helper 
Goheen, Wilber Charles (I4495)
 
12556 Wilber Chas Goheen age 52 born 26 June 1889 in Eel township, contact Mrs. Wilber Goheen same address, works at Eskay Dairy in Fort Wayne, 5 ft 10 1/2 in, 185 lb, blue eyes, brown hair Goheen, Wilber Charles (I4495)
 
12557 Wilber F Goheen, rank P, Company C, Regiment 117, State Illinois, Infantry
Samuel and Lycurgus, Wilburs brothers also served in the same company C.,
117th Regiment Infantry
Organized at Camp Butler, Ill., and mustered in September 19, 1862. Moved to Memphis, Tenn., November 11-17, 1862.
SERVICE.--Duty at Memphis, Tenn., until July 5, 1863. Affairs near Memphis June 17-18, 1863 (Detachment). Moved to Helena, Ark., July 5, and return to Memphis. Duty there until December 29, 1863. Expedition after Forest December 24-31. 1863 (Detachment). Grierson's Bridge and near Moscow and Lafayette December 27. Ordered to Vicksburg, Miss. Meridian Campaign February 3-March 2, 1864. Clinton February 5. Meridian February 9-13. Red River Campaign March 10-May 22. Fort DeRussy March 14. Occupation of Alexandria March 16. Battle of Pleasant Hill April 9. About Cloutiersville April 22-24. At Alexandria April 26-May 13. Governor Moore's Plantation and Bayou Roberts May 3-7 and 11. Retreat to Morganza May 13-20. Mensurn May 16. Yellow Bayou May 18. Moved to Vicksburg, Miss.; thence to Memphis, Tenn., May 21-June 10. Action at Lake Chicot, Ark., June 6. March to relief of Gen. Sturgis June 14-16. Near Lafayette June 23. Smith's Expedition to Tupelo, Miss., July 5-21. Camargo's Cross Roads, near Harrisburg, July 13. Harrisburg, near Tupelo, July 14-15. Old Town (or Tishamingo) Creek July 15. Smith's Expedition to Oxford, Miss., August 1-30. Hurricane Creek August 13-14. Abbeville August 23. Moved to Jefferson Barracks, Mo., and in pursuit of Price through Missouri September to November. Action at Franklin, Mo., October 1. Moved from St. Louis to Nashville, Tenn., November 21-December 1. Battle of Nashville December 15-16. Pursuit of Hood to the Tennessee River December 17-28. Moved to Clifton, Tenn., and Eastport, Miss., and duty there until February, 1865. Moved to New Orleans, La., February 6-17. Campaign against Mobile and its defenses March 17-April 12. Siege of Spanish Fort and Fort Blakely March 26-April 8. Assault and capture of Fort Blakely April 9. Occupation of Mobile April 12. March to Montgomery April 13-25, and duty there until August. Mustered out August 5, 1865.
Regiment lost during service 11 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 4 Officers and 115 Enlisted men by disease. Total 130. 
Goheen, Wilbur Fisk (I3065)
 
12558 Wilber gave information for J. G. Goheen's death certificate. Peters, Wilber Leonard (I1358)
 
12559 Wilber Peters born May 1871, married 0 years, Pennsylvania parents Pennsylvania, owns farm with mortgage
Catharin wife June 1872 Pennsylvania parents Pennsylvania
Eliza mother widow Dec? 1828 6 children 5 alive born Pennsylvania parents Pennsylvania 
Carner, Eliza Jane (I339)
 
12560 Wilber Peters born May 1871, married 0 years, Pennsylvania parents Pennsylvania, owns farm with mortgage
Catharin wife June 1872 Pennsylvania parents Pennsylvania
Eliza mother widow Dec? 1828 6 children 5 alive born Pennsylvania parents Pennsylvania 
Peters, Wilber Leonard (I1358)
 
12561 Wilbur F. Goheen was killed by lightning July 4, 1885.
Pension application:
Widow - Oct 25 1890 # 484,190, certificate 371,974
Minor - May 6 1921 # 1,174,000, certificate 905,086
Tombstone inscription: 117 Illinois Infantry
Wilbur Fisk Goheen, the subject of this sketch, was born in Lebanon, Illinois, in the year 1841. At the age of fourteen he joined the Methodist Episcopal Church, proving ever after by his upright walk and thoroughly Christian character that he was not only a worthy and consistent Methodist, but deserving of the esteem of all men with whom he lived, moved and dealt. When the war of the rebellion broke out young Goheen, then preparing for college, dropped his books and enlisted as a private, serving three years as such in Co. C. 119th Illinois Infantry Volunteers. This regiment was mostly in the division of the army commanded by Gen. A. J. Smith, and was part of the rear guard which protected Banks' army in the retreat from the disastrous Red River expedition. Mr. Goheen was present in the battles and skirmishes fought in that campaign. Subsequently he was in the army of Gen. Geo. H. Thomas with his regiment, and took part in the operations around Nashville before and during the great battle fought in defense of that city.

Returning from the wars he resumed his studies, finally graduating in 1868, from McKendree College at Lebanon, with the title fairly earned, of B. A. and B. S., having taken a full college and law course at that institution. He was married in 1873 to Miss Eleanor Curtins, of Carrollton, Illinois, who survives him. He practiced his profession as a lawyer several years in his native state, when, in the fall of 1882, he removed with his immediate family of wife and children, and his aged father and mother to Dakota, taking a homestead for himself on the NW 1/4 of sec. 19, town 123 north, of range 66 in what is now Edmunds county. Mr. Goheen became one of the prominent citizens of this land district, particularly of Edmunds county, wherein he was well known and highly respected. Mr. Goheen had, also, a great many warm, personal friends in this city, in which he did most of his trading. He was postmaster at Mayberry, the place of his abode, and, besides keeping a small stock of flour and feed, groceries and provisions, carried on farming operations quite extensively. He had recently taken up a pre-emption and tree claim adjoining it, out near Spring Lake in Walworth county. By the assistance of hired help he had already made some progress in the settlement of his new claims. Ground had been broken and the building of a sod barn begun. After making preparations for the hauling of lumber from the nearest lumber yard to the land Mr. Goheen, on the morning of the 3d of July, drove to this city in his lumber wagon. He spent what remained of the day in attending to various matters of business and the forenoon of the next, the Fourth, in purchasing flour and feed and other merchandise for his store at Mayberry. He loaded up his goods in the forenoon, and right away after dinner started home. The day was hot and sultry with slight appearance of any storm. However, he had reached the first knoll of consequence after crossing Foot Creek bridge, about 2 1/2 miles west of this city, when an apparently insignificant mad cap thunder storm burst upon his devoted head. A bolt of lightening descended from that summer's cloud killing him instantly. The team was also dashed to the earth stone dead - killed by the same stroke. Eye witnesses were not wanting to this dreadful tragedy. A team was just behind driven by a farmer whose name we have not learned, and in the rear end of the same wagon with Mr. Goheen, with whom but a moment before he was conversing, sat Mr. James Stinson, Jr. Strange to relate, Mr. Stinson wholly escaped injury. The full details of this shocking affair are too harrowing to relate. Suffice it to say that as soon as Mr. Stinson realized what had happened he ran back, horrified to meet the approaching teamster and relate in trembling accents an account of the dire disaster which had overtaken Mr. Goheen. Thereupon the two men drove back to this city with all speed. Immediately on learning of the awful occurrence, a party of citizens went out and brought in Mr. Goheen's remains, which were taken care of at the residence of Mr. Elijah Allen. A special messenger was sent to Mayberry to notify the stricken family of their sudden loss. Mr. Goheen leaves a wife and three little boys in comfortable circumstances.

On Sunday afternoon, July 5th, the funeral took place under the auspices of Robert Anderson Post No. 19, Grand Army of the Republic, Department of Dakota, Company G, first regiment D. N. G., (Aberdeen Rites), participating. The remains were removed from Mr. Allen's house under Military escort to the Baptist service hall in Barney Block, where an impressive sermon was preached by Rev. E. M. Bliss. The text used on the occasion was Luke 13, 29, "And they shall gather from the east and from the west and from the north and from the south, and shall sit down in the kingdom of God." When the church services were over the funeral cortege, (the military company with arms reversed,) moved to the new cemetery grounds west of the city. Arriving there, after a brief prayer, the body was lowered into the grave by comrades of the Post, and their late brother in arms, the honored citizen and kind husband, was left to be "gathered on resurrection morn."

(The Advance-Republican, Red Wing, Minn., and papers published at Lebanon and Jacksonville, Ill., please copy) 
Goheen, Wilbur Fisk (I3065)
 
12562 Wilbur L Peters age 48 born Pennsylvania and Parents born in Pennsylvania, is a general farmer
Katheryn G age 49, born Pennsylvvania and parents born in Pennsylvania
Elsie E. age 17 born Kansas
William T age 15 born Kansas
Calvin H age 13 born Kansas 
Carner, Eliza Jane (I339)
 
12563 Wilbur L Peters age 48 born Pennsylvania and Parents born in Pennsylvania, is a general farmer
Katheryn G age 49, born Pennsylvvania and parents born in Pennsylvania
Elsie E. age 17 born Kansas
William T age 15 born Kansas
Calvin H age 13 born Kansas 
Peters, Wilber Leonard (I1358)
 
12564 Wilbur L Peters, age 38, married 10 years, born Pennsylvania and parents born Pennsylvania, general farmer and owns the farm.
Katheryn age 36 has had 4 children and 3 alive, born in Pennsylvania and parents born Pennsylvania
Elisa B age 7 born Kansas
William T., Age 5 born in Kansas
Calvin H. age 3, born Kansas 
Thompson, Kathryn Gardner (I1399)
 
12565 Wilbur Peters owns farm, age 58 was 28 when he married, born Pennsylvania; Katheryn age 56 was 26 when married, born in Pennsylvania;
Calvin son age 23, single, farm laborer, born in Kansas. 
Peters, Wilber Leonard (I1358)
 
12566 Wilbur Peters owns farm, age 58 was 28 when he married, born Pennsylvania; Katheryn age 56 was 26 when married, born in Pennsylvania; Calvin son age 23, single, farm laborer, born in Kansas. Thompson, Kathryn Gardner (I1399)
 
12567 Wilbur Peters owns farm, age 58 was 28 when he married, born Pennsylvania; Katheryn age 56 was 26 when married, born in Pennsylvania; Calvin son age 23, single, farm laborer, born in Kansas. Peters, Calvin Hiram (I2343)
 
12568 Wiliam age 76 farmer born in Pennsylvania and arents born in Pennsylvania, Susan age 60 born in Maryland and parents born in Maryland
Hale, age 27, daughter born Illiois,
Clives a son age 24 born in Illinois is a farmer,
Anna age 21 a daughter born in Illinois 
Goheen, William George (I2175)
 
12569 Will
Be it Remembered That I William Myers being of sound and disposing mind memory and understanding and considering the uncertainty of life, do therefore make publish and declare this to by my last Will and Testament in manner and form following, that is to say:
1. I direct that my body be decently interred in the cemetery at Boalsburg according to the rites and ceremonies of the German Reformed church and that my funeral be conducted in a manner corresponding with my estate and situation in life.
2. I direct that all my just debts and funeral expenses by paid by my executor hereinafter named as soon as that amount of money can be realized from my estate.
3. As to such worldly goods as it hath pleases God to entrust me with, I dispose of the same as follows: I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Elisabeth all my household goods and personal property of whatever kind and wherever found to be hers absolutely to keep or dispose of as she may elect.
4. I give and bequeath unto each one of my three children Julian Frye, Eve Kline, and William M Myers one dollar in cash, which in addition to what they have already received shall be in full of their portion of my earl and personal estate.
5. It is my will and I so direct that my wife Elisabeth shall have the whole income and the exclusive use, and full control of my house and whatever land I may own at the time of my decease, as long as she shall live; and at her death, both house and land shall become the absolute property of William Kearns grand-son of my wife Elisabeth.
6. And lastly I nominate constitute and appoint my friend Frederick Houser to be the executor of this my last Will and testament hereby revoking all other wills by me at any time here to fore made.
I witness where of I have hereunto se my hand and seal the 22nd day of Dec, A. D. 1892
The Will was witnessed by Adam Hess and W. A. Murray. 
Moyer, William (I521)
 
12570 Will
I Edward H. Myers, of Boalsburg, Centre County, Pennsylvania being of sound mind, memory and understanding, do hereby make publish and declare this, as and for my last will and Testament, hereby revoking and making void all previous Wills by me at any time hereto fore made.
I hereby five, devise and bequeath unto my wife, Virginia M. Myers all my property, real, personal and mixed of whatsoever kind and whosesoever situate for her own property absolutely. I nominate, constitute and appoint her, Virginia M. Myers to be the Executrix of my estate and direct that as bound shall be required of her.
I have hereunto set my hand and seal this twenty second day of October, 1937. 
Myers, Edward Heintzleman (I270)
 
12571 Will Book 2, page 169
Will of Thomas L. Goheen, deceased
...I desire to be buried on the South side of my deceased companions in lain attire...3rd I will and bequeath to my daughter Laura A. Aston, in addition to the personalty heretofore given her by way of advancement the following described tract of land...4th I will and bequeath to my daughter Sarah E Adair, in addition to the personalty hereto fore given her by way of advancement, the following described tract of land...5th Isabelle M. Travis, in addition to the personalty heretofore given her by way of advancement, the following described tract of land...6th I will and bequeath to by daughter Marth A. Washburn, in addition to the personalty heretofore given her by way of advancement, the following described tract of land...7th, I will and bequeath to my daughter Cora Goheen, the following described tract of land...8th, I will and bequeath to my son James H. Goheen the following described tract of land...9th I will and bequeath to my daughter Alfaretta Collie in addition to the personalty heretofore given her by way of advancement, the following described tract of land...10th, I will and bequeath to by daughter Nancy W Goheen the following described tract of land...11th, Now in conclusion I will and bequeath to my two youngest daughters, Nancy W. and Cora Goheen in addition to the foregoing bequeath to them of my personally property of whatever kind or nature it may consist. 12th I constitute and a[[appoint my son James H. Goheen, the sole Executor of this my last will and testament,and requests that the probate court shall require no security of any kind on his bond, as I have full faith in his honesty and integrity. Given under my hand this 13th day of February 1894. T. L. Goheen, Sr.
Produced in open court and recorded this 14th day of January 1899. 
Goheen, Thomas Leroy S. (I1900)
 
12572 Will Book 2, page 63
Will of James Goheen, deceased
In the name of God, Amen, I, James Goheen, being weak in body, but of sound mind and disposing memory, viewing the uncertainty of this mortal life and certainty of death, desire to dispose of the property that God has blessed me within manner and for as follows, that is to day. 1st, I desire that all my just debts and funeral expenses be paid as soon as possible after my decease. 2nd, I will and bequeath to my beloved wife Elizabeth, all of y property, real, personal or mixed, to have and to hold to her own proper use and behoof, for and during her natural life, except my sorrel horse (Balley) which I give to my son John H. Goheen. 3rd, After the eath of my wife, I desire that my landed estate be equally divided (in value) disregarding any improvements that may be on the land, between my children (viz). I give unto my son Merrel H. Goheen, so much of the tract he once settled on and much thereof as will make an eighth part. $th I give unto my son James E. Goheen, so much of the tract he once settled on and cleared a farm, west of the east fork of Clarks River as will make one eighth part. 5th, I give unto my son Thomas L. Goheen his portion off of the south side of my home tract, running through to the River, to contain in value on eighth part. 6th, I give to my son John H. Goheen, so much of my home place, including buildings as will make one eighth part, and that he will continue to reside on the premises with his mother during her life. 7th, I give to my daughters Malinda J. Pullum, Frances E. Goheen and Mary P. Goheen (each) one eighth part of my land, to be selected and allotted to each other my mutual consent and agreement. 8th, I give to my four grandchildren, Nancy C., Augusta C., California E., and Lucy F. Kinsey, the remaining eighth part of my land wherever it may fall after my own children are all supplied, possibly it may be in fractions or scraps of several tracts. 9th, I request al of my grown children to assist their mother in paying the taxes on all the land annually. 10th, I desire that all my unmarried children be made up equal to what I have heretofore given or advanced to my married children out of any of my personal estate after the death of my wife, wither in money or property. 11th, I desire that after the death of my wife, whatever of my personal estate (if Any) may be left, be equally divided between by heirs, by themselves without any jowering or ill feelings towards another. 12th, I non constitute and appoint my four sone, (viz) M. E., J. E., L. and John H. Goheen, my legal Executors and further desire and request that the Probate Court shall not require any bond or covenant whatever of them. To This y last and only will and testament, hereby revoking all other wills, wither written of noncupative. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 7th day of June A. D. 1870. James Goheen
P.S. I furthermore request my brother T. L. Goheen, Sr., and his son James H. Goheen to assist my children in dividing their land and property. James Goheen
Produced in open court and recorded this 9th day of September 1870. T. L. Goheen, Clerk 
Goheen, James E (I1898)
 
12573 Will Book A page 123, (page 7): Jacob Stober, Haines Township 2/25/1817 - 11/15/1817, wife Katharine, my sister Maria Wever, brother Adam, sister Christina Nedigh, brother John, sister Margareth Myer, brother Valentine and Michael, Sister Barb Miller, sister Cath. Oswald, sister Eve widow of ----- Bower and her 2 children: Jacob Bower, Polly. Sis Eliz Holloway. Wife's bors. Jacob and Valentine, Adam, Henry Bower. Exec: Adam Hedigh, Adam Bower. Witness Jacob Bower and Mich Bollinger. Stober, Jacob (I2526)
 
12574 Will Book A page 69, Jacob Stober (Stover), 3/28/1807_11/26/1811, children Michael, Daughter Christina, Margaret, BArbara, Catharine, Eve his widow, Jacob, Adam, John, Valentine, Michael, Anna Maria, Margaret. Executors wife and son Jacob, Valentine. Witness: Jacob and Valentine Stober.
Will book A page 123 Jacob Stober, Haines township, 2/25/1817_1817, wife Katharine, my sister Maria Wever, brother Adam, Sister Christina Neidigh, brother John, sister Margareth Meyer, brother Valentine and Michael, sister Barbara Miller, sister Catherine Oseald, sister Eve widow of ----Bower and her 2 children: Jacob Bower, Polly. Sister Elizabeth Holloway. Wife's brothers: Jacob and Valentine, Adam, Henry Bower. Executor Adam Neidigh, Adam Bower. Witness Jacob Bower, Mich Bollinger. 
Stober, Johan Jacob (I2518)
 
12575 Will Burchfield age 60 born Texas 2 years high school, same house in 1935, farmer
Mary wife informant age 55 born texas, 1 yearr high school
Leonard son age 17 7th grade 
Burchfield, William Issac (I9364)
 
12576 Will Charles Goheen #9319
I Charles Goheen of the Village of Attleborough County of Bucks in the State of Pennsylvania (Wheelwright) do make and publish this my last Will and testament that is to Say--
First - It is my Will that all my just debts and funeral Expenses be duly paid and Satisfied as soon as conviently can be after my decease--
Second - I give and bequeath to my son Joseph B Goheen my two best Beds with a sufficiency of Bedding therefor - my best Beaureau - Table Stand and Rocking Chair --
Third - The remainder of my personal Estate with all my Real Estate to be Sold by my Executor hereafter name at Such time and in Such manner as he may think best and the Nett proceeds after the payment of my debts and all other expences incident to the Settlement of my Estate - I direct to be divided into three parts - One part to be paid to the Surving children of my Son Richard Goheen (who is now deceased) Share and Share alike - One third part to the surviving Children of my Son James Goheen (who is now deceased) Share and Share alike and One third part to my son Joseph B Goheen --
I hereby appoint my friend Thomas S Allen to be the Executor of this my last will and Testament--
Witness My hand and Seal and delivery of the above Testament (Charles Goheen)
William Mitchel
M W Allen

Bucks County SS
On the Second of February AD 1853 personally appeared before me Wm Thompson Register of Wills in and for the County of Bucks William Mitchel and M W Allen the subscribing Witnesses to the annexed instrument of writing perporting to be the last Will and Testament of Charles Goheen deced an be first duly affirmed did depose and Say that they were present and Saw and heard Charles Goheen the Testator Sign an Seal publish pronounce and delare the annexed paper writing as and for his last will and Testament of disposing to the best of this knowledge and belief--

Bucks County SS
Be it remembered that on the Second day of February AD 1853 the annexed last Will and Testament of Charles Goheen deceased was duly proved when leters Testamentary thereon were granted unto Thomas S Allen the Executor therein name he having been duly affermeds will and truly to administer the goods and chattles rights and credits of Said deceased acording to law. And also diligently and faithfully to regard and will and truly comply with the lawa relating to collateral inheritances--
Registered Feb 2, 1853 Wm Thompson, Register 
Goheen, Charles Bessonet (I4653)
 
12577 Will dated 30 November 1657 and proved 29 December 1657, "Thomas Goble of Concord" bequeathed to "Alis my wife the profit of all my stock so long as she keepeth a widow, and my house at Charlestowne with all belongings thereto for term of life, and if my wife shall dispose of herself in marriage, then the stock that then shall be shall be disposed to my children as followeth: my three sons to have their portions equally divided, and my three daughters, each of them one-third of what my sons have, that is to say one-fourth part of my estate then in stock. And for my house at Charlestowne, my will is that at my wife's death that also shall be equally divided as the rest of my estate aforesaid; and whereas my daughter Sarah is yet to be disposed in marriage my will is that if she shall change her condition in marriage before the estate is to be divided, then my wife shall have poser to take out her proportion out of the estate and give it to her. And whereas my eldest son being now in England, my will is if he come not himself for his portion, then my other two sons shall have it equally divided between them, and if wither of my sons that b unmarried die before marriage, then thir portions shall be equally divided amongst the rest of my children then living ... and for m;y household stuff my; wife shall have that for the time of her life and then it shall be divided as aforesaid between my children, and my will is that my son Thomas his two children Thomas and Stephen shall have each of them one calf out of the stock two years hence. And I do make my wife my executrix. Goble, Thomas (I8797)
 
12578 Will F Goheen owns home $1000, age 62 widow married age 22 born Kentucky, parents Kentucky house carpenter, does not have a radio, is not a veteran
George E Goheen on next page of ceneus 
Goheen, William Franklin (I3838)
 
12579 Will Ford age 43 owns farm free of mortgage, born Mississippi mother Indiana, laborer at Tyler leather shop
Pearl wife age 39 born Tennessee parents born Tennessee
Jessie son age 13 born Texas
Doris daughter age 8
William son age 7 born Texas
Myra daughter age 3 bornTexas
 
Ford, William (I7703)
 
12580 Will Ford age 43 owns farm free of mortgage, born Mississippi mother Indiana, laborer at Tyler leather shop
Pearl wife age 39 born Tennessee parents born Tennessee
Jessie son age 13 born Texas
Doris daughter age 8
William son age 7 born Texas
Myra daughter age 3 bornTexas
 
Ford, Doris Eugene (I7702)
 
12581 Will Ford age 43 owns farm free of mortgage, born Mississippi mother Indiana, laborer at Tyler leather shop
Pearl wife age 39 born Tennessee parents born Tennessee
Jessie son age 13 born Texas
Doris daughter age 8
William son age 7 born Texas
Myra daughter age 3 bornTexas
 
Ford, Myra Elizabeth (I7704)
 
12582 Will Ford age 43 owns farm free of mortgage, born Mississippi mother Indiana, laborer at Tyler leather shop
Pearl wife age 39 born Tennessee parents born Tennessee
Jessie son age 13 born Texas
Doris daughter age 8
William son age 7 born Texas
Myra daughter age 3 bornTexas
 
Ford, Jessie G (I7706)
 
12583 Will Ford age 43 owns farm free of mortgage, born Mississippi mother Indiana, laborer at Tyler leather shop
Pearl wife age 39 born Tennessee parents born Tennessee
Jessie son age 13 born Texas
Doris daughter age 8
William son age 7 born Texas
Myra daughter age 3 bornTexas
 
Ford, William Gardner (I7614)
 
12584 Will G Ford age 63 widow born Mississippi in Dallas Texas in 1935 harness maker harness mgf
The Following persons were enumerated in the Alto Hotel, Block 92 
Ford, William Gardner (I7614)
 
12585 Will H Goheen age 55 married at age 24 born Kentucky parents Kentucky, miller in corn mill
Wilmoth G wife age 48 married age 17 born Kentucky parents Kentucky
Lester B son age 28 born Kentucky school teacher
Luther B son age 24 born Kentucky school teacher
Estelle L niece age 14 born Kentucky, parents Kentucky
Amanda M Duncan mother-in-law age 69 widow married age 20, born Kentucky parents Kentucky 
Goheen, William Harrison (I3969)
 
12586 Will H Goheen owns home $1000 not on farm age 55 married at 21 born Kentucky father Kentucky mother Virginia, is a miller at corn mill
Wilmoth G wife, age 48, married at 17 born Kentucky and parents Kentucky
lester B son, age 28, single, born Kentucky, teacher at school
Luther B age 24, single, born Kentucky, teacher at school
Amanda M Duncan, mother-in-law age 69, widow married at 20, born Kentucky and parents born Kentucky 
Bonner, Amanda M (I3904)
 
12587 Will M Brock age 55 born Michigan father Michigan mother New York, bookkeeper Business mens association
Frances wife age 35 born Washington father California mother Washington
Diana daughter age 3 years 8 months born Washington 
Brock, Diana Willa (I4985)
 
12588 Will M Goheen age -- married 5 years,
Nettie age -- 
Goheen, William Mayberry (I3078)
 
12589 WILL OF BENJAMIN CAVE OF ORANGE COUNTY, VIRGINIA
In the name of God, Amen. The 26th day of June and in the year of our Lord God, One Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty Two, I Benjamin Cave, of the County of Orange, being of good and perfect memory, thanks be to God, do make and ordain this my Last Will and Testament in manner and form folowing. That is to say, first I bequeath my soul and spirit into the hands of Almighty God, my Heavanly Father, by whom of his mercy and only grace, I trust to be saved and received into eternal rest through the death of our Savior and Redeemer, Jesus Christ, in whose precious blood, I set the whole and only hope of my salvation, my wrteched body, in hope of a joyful ressurection, I commit to the earth to be buried and touching the dustribution of my mortal goods, I dispose of the same as followeth:
First, I lend all my houses and plantation whereon I now live, to my dear and loving wife, Hannah Cave, during her life and after her decease, to my son William Cave and his heirs.
Item - I giv eunto my son, John Cave, in Culpeper County, 125 acres of land, in the said county to be laid of f from the river to the back of an equal width to him and his.
Item - I give also unto my son, Benjamin Cave, 200 acres of land, of the said tract, in Culpeper County, to be laid off at the upper end to him and heirs.
Item - I give also unto my son, David Cave, the remaining part of my land, in the said county, 128 acres of land, more or less, to him and his heirs.
Item - I give untomy son, William Cave, my right of a lease in this county, during ______?] term. I lend unto my wife, Hannah Cave, five negroes vix. Jack, Moll, Cate, Dinah & Preston, during her life and after her decease, to be equally divided among my four sons, Benjamin, William, David & Richard Cave, and my four daughters, Elizbaeth Johnson, Ann Cavender [Kavanaugh] , Sarah & Hannah Cave, and their heirs & assignees.
Item. I give unto my son, Benjamin Cave, one negro fellow named Parker, to him & his heirs & assignees. I give unto my son William Cave, two negroes named Joby & Sam, to him & his heirs and assignees. I give unto my son David Cave, two negroes named Tom & Milley, a wench, to him his heirs & assignees. I give unto my son Richard Cave, three negroes named Phillis, a wench, one boy named Harry & boy named Bob, to him & his heirs & assignees. I give unto my daughter Sarah Cave, three negroes, a wench named Lucy, a boy named Sam, and a girl named Jenny, to her & her heirs & assignees. I give unto my daughter Hannah Cave, four negroes named Juda, Pompy, James & George to her and her heirs & assignees. I give unto my daughter Elizabeth Johnson, two negroes a wench named Juda and a boy named Jack,. to her & her heirs & assignees. Lastly, I give unto my daughter, Ann Cavender, one negro wench named Violet, to her and her heirs & assignees. As to my other estate, I give unto my son David Cave, one feather bed & furniture & I give to my daughter, Sarah Cave, one bed & furniture. I give also unto my son David Cave, one young horse named Prince. I give unto my son John Cave, one large square table. I give unto my daughter, Hannah Cave, one feather bed & furniture. And as to the other part of my estate, I lend it to my loving wife to dispose of as she shall think proper & necessary, during her widowhood and I do hereby appoint my loving wife, Hannah Cave & my two sons, John Cave & Benjamin Cave, Executor & Executors of this my last will and testament. In witness wherof I have hereunto set my hand & seal the day and year above mentioned.
Benjamin Cave (Seal)
John Crittendon Webb*John Bledsoe*Anthony Colson

Birth: 1703, England
Death: 1762, Culpeper County, Virginia, USA
Capt. in Virginia Militia, Sheriff of Orange County, Va., Represented Orange in the House of Burgess in 1756. husband of Hannah Bledsoe 1711-1769, dau of William Bledsoe 1676-1770. 
 Spouse:
  Hannah Bledsoe Cave (1711 - 1769)
Burial: Pine Stake Church Cemetery, Culpeper County, Virginia, USA 
Cave, Benjamin (I9143)
 
12590 Will of David Cave
Barnwell District, South Carolina
In the name of God Amen.
I David Cave of the District and State above mentioned, being weak in body, but of Sound and disposing mind, praised by God for the Same, do make, ordain & publish, this my last will and Testament.
First. It is my will & desire, that the whole of my property, consisting of about Seven hundred & Seventy eight acres of land, the following Slaves viz: Tom, Chloe, Lucy, London, Peter, Cully, Miles George, Richard and their future increase, all my household & Kitchen furniture, my Stock of hogs, Cattle, Sheep & all other property, of whatsoever Kind, real or personal, shall be divided into Six equal parts in the manner hereinafter directed: One Sixth part whereof I give and bequeath to my Son Matthew Cave absolutely & forever; the other five remaining parts of my property real or personal, I give & bequeath to my Son Mathew Cave in trust neverthe lefs, for the; use, benefit, & interest of my daughters Dorcas Kirkland, Elizabeth Nix, Martha Cave, Nancy Cave & Mary Cave in equal proportions, share & share alike & not Subject to the debts, contracts, or sale of their present or future husbands.
Secondly. It is further my will & desire that my Executor or Executors shall select three competent persons, to divide all my property real or personal into Six equal parts as I have hers in directed either by partition or by Sale of a part or the whole of the property as they in their discretion may think fit to recommend to by Executor or Executors.
Thirdly. I do hereby nominate & appoint my friend Executor of this my last will & Testament
In witnefs whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal this the twentysecond day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty four.
Signed and Sealed in presence of Jennings O'Bannon
B H Brown
Alexr Tempelton
Recorded in Will Book "C" page 130
Recorded December 10th 1834
Bundle 61, Package 9
Inventory valued at $4823.87 many slaves listed, image in Coursey file
Inventory signed by: B H Brown
Tarlton Cave
A Tempelton
Jennings O'Bannon
B M Cave 
Cave, David (I8663)
 
12591 Will of David Cave
pages 237-238; of Orange County in St Thomas Parish in Virginia, being indisposed through age and other infirmities, dated 23 July 1756.
Unto my loving son Robt. Cave, 250 acres upon Negro Run in Orange County adjoyning to Thomas Kimbrough and John Noel.
Unto my loving son James Cave, 200 acres in Spotsylvania County adjoyning the land of John Fauckner.
Unto my loving son David Cave, 110 acres in the plantation whereon I life a joyning to my loving sons Benja. Cave and Abraham Mayfield.
My loving son David Cave executor.
My personal estate to be divided amoungst my loving children.
I desire that my executor loving son David Cave sees that my son Joseph Cave be brought up in a Christian manner as can be in his condition.
(signed) David Cave.
Wit: Richd. Mortimer, Benja. Cave, James Cave.
28 Oct. 1756. Presented into Court by David Cave. Proved by Benja. Cave who declared he saw Richd. Mortimer, who is since dead, witness the same. The executor made oath that he did not know where John Cave the heir [at] law lives. It is ordered that the Sheriff make proclamation at the Court House door according to law. David, giving security with Benja. Cave and Thos. German. entered into bond. [Orange County Virginia Will Book 2 1744-1778, Dorman, pg. 50].
Pages 242-43. David Cave. Inventory. Appraisers sworn before Richard Thomas, Gent.
Total valuation £30.1.1.
(signed) Roger Bell, John Vivion, John Gholdson.
23 Nov. 1756. Returned.
[Orange County Virginia Will Book 2 1744-1778, Dorman, pg. 51]. 
Cave, David (I8767)
 
12592 Will of Enos Faughn, deceased Fairdealing, Marshall County, Kentucky, the 14th December 1876.
I, Enos Faughn of the county and state aforesaid, calling to mind the uncertainty of life and being desirous to dispose of all such worldly estate as it hath pleased God to bless me with. I give and bequeath the same in manner following, that is to say. I desire that all of personal property, including my steam mill,except what I hereafter dispose of, be immediately sold after my decease, and out of the money arising therefrom or the money on hand, all of my just debts which are but few, and funeral expenses, be pain. I desire that my beloved wife Angeline Faughn, have all of my household and kitchen furniture and fowls on hand,except three feather beds and furniture. Also one years provisions for herself and family, and ten head f hogs, two cows and calves, two head of horses or mules as she may want, one buggy and harnesss, one wagon and harness two plows and gears, two axes, two hoes, and the side of my farm where I now live, that is to say, the mansion house and all out buildings and so much of the farm as she may want, for her use during her natural life. I give to my two youngest daughters Mary A Faughn and Susan M Faughn, the Northwest quarter of Section five Township four Range five East; the Northwest quarter of Section thirty-two Township five Range Five East, of land that is to say, I give the east half of the last named quarter of Section to my daughter Susan M Faughn, and the West half to my daughter Mary A Faughn, and the old Waidboro, through the other ferry on the Tennessee River to Old Waidboro, through the other three quarters above named. I give the Northwest part to my daughter Mary A Faughn, to them and their heirs forever, after the death of my wife, that is to say, not made use of for the support of herself, and my three daughters now with her is to be sold and equally divided with my three daughters Mahala E Faughn, Mary A Faughn and Susan M Faughn, each one of them, one horse, bridle and saddle worth one hundred dollars each. Also one feather bed and furniture. Also each one of them one hundred dollars cash to make them equal with my older children. I now give to my son Marquis T Faughn, one hundred acres of land, say West of the Southwest quarter of Section one which is the balance of said quarter after forty acres sold to W F Harrison or the Northwest part of said quarter. Also about 40 acres cornering with the same, commencing at the Southeast corner of same, running East to the edge of the first big slur, thence the same about 160 poles on the same to W F Henson's land, then West to the same to W F Hanson' land, thence North to the said place of beginning. Also two hundred and fifty acres of the East side of the Southeast quarter of Section eight and the Northeast quarter of Section seventeen of Township five Range five East, known as the Graddy farm. I give to my daughter Nancy M Goheen the Northwest quarter of Section sixteen Township four Range, five East, say 160 acres. Also sixty acres of the South part of the Southwest quarter of Section nine Township four Range five East. Also sixty acres of the South part of the Southwest quarter of Section nine Township four Range five Wast. Also eighty acres, the North half of the Northeast quarter of Section one Township four Range five East. Also about one hundred and fifty acres on the Tennessee River, above Jonathan's Creek, one place more on the Tennessee River, will be explained hereafter. I give to my son James Faughn, my form at the mouth of Jonathan Creek on the Tennessee River, thence down the said river about nine hundred and fifty-six yards to a sweet gum, corner under the top of said bank with two red elms, one maple, one birch, and one sweet gum pointer, thence to the Northeast corner under Section one Township four Range five East, thence South with the Township line 160 poles, to a half mile corner, thence 10 poles West, thence 40 poles, to a half mile corner, thence 10 poles West, thence 40 poles South, thence 10 poles East to said line, thence South with said to the Southeast corner of Section, thence East to the edge of a slur, thence with said slur to W F Henson's land, thence East to Jonathan' Creek, thence with said creek to the mouth of same the place of beginning, including said creek. I also give to him the South side of the Northeast quarter of Section one Township four Range five East, about 440 acres more or less. I give to my daughter Mahala E Faughn, the Northeast quarter of Section four Township four Range five East. Also fifty acres joining say the West part of the Northeast quarter of Section four Range five East. Also one hundred acres, that is to say, the West part of the Southeast quarter f section eight. Also the Northeast of Section seventeen Township five Range five East. This land lies West of the 250 acres that I have given to my son M T Faughn. I give to my grandson Enos A Chambers, the Northwest quarter of Section thirty-six Township four Range five East. I also give to him what is known a my lower landing on the Tennessee River, commencing at the Northeast corner of the Northwest quarter of Section thirty-six Township five Range five Wast, running a straight line from thence to the Tennessee River, with a ditch cut from said river to a slew, thence from the River with Edwards' line, thence to what is know as the Grigory land, thence with the line east to the beginning, in all about four hundred and ten acres, more or less. I now give the place of land on the Tennessee River, which lies between the land that I have given to my son James H Faughn, and my grandson Enos A Chambers, which runs out from the River to Bigg's land Also to my own land that I have named and includes the balance of y Tennessee River land, not disposed of, about four hundred and forty acres more or less to my four daughters according to the number of acres. I give Mahala E Faughn, the upper part next to y son James H Faughn's land. The next part I give to my daughter Nancy M Goheen. The next part to my daughter Mary A Faughn. The other to my daughter Susan M Faughn, equally. I now give my little farm at Briansburg and town lots to my children, including my grandson Enos A Chambers and my wife, and empower my administrators hereafter names,to sell the same and make good deeds to the same sometime within two years. All of the above land after my death, except what I give to my wife her lifetime, and that after her death, that I give to each one, I give to them and their heirs forever. Nevertheless, should my grandson Enos A Chambers depart this life without lawful issue, I give the same to my other children equally. I now give all of my personal property not hereto fore named of every kind, including my money on hand, equal to my wife Angeline Faughn and children, including my grandson Enos A Chambers, my money on hand to be paid over to each one according to the kind. Should any of my children be under twenty-one years old, their receipts shall be good to the Administrators for the same, Lastly, I appoint my son James H Faughn and James H Goheen, my Administrators to this my last will. In witness thereof, I have set my hand the day and date first written.
Test:
H L Aston
O T Bowing Enos Faughn 
Goheen, James Harris (I3685)
 
12593 Will of Enos Faughn, deceased Fairdealing, Marshall County, Kentucky, the 14th December 1876.
I, Enos Faughn of the county and state aforesaid, calling to mind the uncertainty of life and being desirous to dispose of all such worldly estate as it hath pleased God to bless me with. I give and bequeath the same in manner following, that is to say. I desire that all of personal property, including my steam mill,except what I hereafter dispose of, be immediately sold after my decease, and out of the money arising therefrom or the money on hand, all of my just debts which are but few, and funeral expenses, be pain. I desire that my beloved wife Angeline Faughn, have all of my household and kitchen furniture and fowls on hand,except three feather beds and furniture. Also one years provisions for herself and family, and ten head f hogs, two cows and calves, two head of horses or mules as she may want, one buggy and harnesss, one wagon and harness two plows and gears, two axes, two hoes, and the side of my farm where I now live, that is to say, the mansion house and all out buildings and so much of the farm as she may want, for her use during her natural life. I give to my two youngest daughters Mary A Faughn and Susan M Faughn, the Northwest quarter of Section five Township four Range five East; the Northwest quarter of Section thirty-two Township five Range Five East, of land that is to say, I give the east half of the last named quarter of Section to my daughter Susan M Faughn, and the West half to my daughter Mary A Faughn, and the old Waidboro, through the other ferry on the Tennessee River to Old Waidboro, through the other three quarters above named. I give the Northwest part to my daughter Mary A Faughn, to them and their heirs forever, after the death of my wife, that is to say, not made use of for the support of herself, and my three daughters now with her is to be sold and equally divided with my three daughters Mahala E Faughn, Mary A Faughn and Susan M Faughn, each one of them, one horse, bridle and saddle worth one hundred dollars each. Also one feather bed and furniture. Also each one of them one hundred dollars cash to make them equal with my older children. I now give to my son Marquis T Faughn, one hundred acres of land, say West of the Southwest quarter of Section one which is the balance of said quarter after forty acres sold to W F Harrison or the Northwest part of said quarter. Also about 40 acres cornering with the same, commencing at the Southeast corner of same, running East to the edge of the first big slur, thence the same about 160 poles on the same to W F Henson's land, then West to the same to W F Hanson' land, thence North to the said place of beginning. Also two hundred and fifty acres of the East side of the Southeast quarter of Section eight and the Northeast quarter of Section seventeen of Township five Range five East, known as the Graddy farm. I give to my daughter Nancy M Goheen the Northwest quarter of Section sixteen Township four Range, five East, say 160 acres. Also sixty acres of the South part of the Southwest quarter of Section nine Township four Range five East. Also sixty acres of the South part of the Southwest quarter of Section nine Township four Range five Wast. Also eighty acres, the North half of the Northeast quarter of Section one Township four Range five East. Also about one hundred and fifty acres on the Tennessee River, above Jonathan's Creek, one place more on the Tennessee River, will be explained hereafter. I give to my son James Faughn, my form at the mouth of Jonathan Creek on the Tennessee River, thence down the said river about nine hundred and fifty-six yards to a sweet gum, corner under the top of said bank with two red elms, one maple, one birch, and one sweet gum pointer, thence to the Northeast corner under Section one Township four Range five East, thence South with the Township line 160 poles, to a half mile corner, thence 10 poles West, thence 40 poles, to a half mile corner, thence 10 poles West, thence 40 poles South, thence 10 poles East to said line, thence South with said to the Southeast corner of Section, thence East to the edge of a slur, thence with said slur to W F Henson's land, thence East to Jonathan' Creek, thence with said creek to the mouth of same the place of beginning, including said creek. I also give to him the South side of the Northeast quarter of Section one Township four Range five East, about 440 acres more or less. I give to my daughter Mahala E Faughn, the Northeast quarter of Section four Township four Range five East. Also fifty acres joining say the West part of the Northeast quarter of Section four Range five East. Also one hundred acres, that is to say, the West part of the Southeast quarter f section eight. Also the Northeast of Section seventeen Township five Range five East. This land lies West of the 250 acres that I have given to my son M T Faughn. I give to my grandson Enos A Chambers, the Northwest quarter of Section thirty-six Township four Range five East. I also give to him what is known a my lower landing on the Tennessee River, commencing at the Northeast corner of the Northwest quarter of Section thirty-six Township five Range five Wast, running a straight line from thence to the Tennessee River, with a ditch cut from said river to a slew, thence from the River with Edwards' line, thence to what is know as the Grigory land, thence with the line east to the beginning, in all about four hundred and ten acres, more or less. I now give the place of land on the Tennessee River, which lies between the land that I have given to my son James H Faughn, and my grandson Enos A Chambers, which runs out from the River to Bigg's land Also to my own land that I have named and includes the balance of y Tennessee River land, not disposed of, about four hundred and forty acres more or less to my four daughters according to the number of acres. I give Mahala E Faughn, the upper part next to y son James H Faughn's land. The next part I give to my daughter Nancy M Goheen. The next part to my daughter Mary A Faughn. The other to my daughter Susan M Faughn, equally. I now give my little farm at Briansburg and town lots to my children, including my grandson Enos A Chambers and my wife, and empower my administrators hereafter names,to sell the same and make good deeds to the same sometime within two years. All of the above land after my death, except what I give to my wife her lifetime, and that after her death, that I give to each one, I give to them and their heirs forever. Nevertheless, should my grandson Enos A Chambers depart this life without lawful issue, I give the same to my other children equally. I now give all of my personal property not hereto fore named of every kind, including my money on hand, equal to my wife Angeline Faughn and children, including my grandson Enos A Chambers, my money on hand to be paid over to each one according to the kind. Should any of my children be under twenty-one years old, their receipts shall be good to the Administrators for the same, Lastly, I appoint my son James H Faughn and James H Goheen, my Administrators to this my last will. In witness thereof, I have set my hand the day and date first written.
Test:
H L Aston
O T Bowing Enos Faughn 
Faughn, Enos (I7204)
 
12594 Will of Frederick Moyer lists some thing he was giving his children for housekeeping. Children named are George, Sarah and Margaret Wolfe Myers, George (I4532)
 
12595 Will of Frederick Moyer lists some thing he was giving his children for housekeeping. Children named are George, Sarah and Margaret Wolfe Myers, Sarah (I4533)
 
12596 Will of Gardner Ford
State South Carolina, Fairfield district
Whereas I Gardner For being weak of body but of perfect mine and memory, Hath Contituted and Ordained this to be my last will and testament in the manner and form as followith, that is to say I lend to my wife Magdeline Ford all of my estate both real and personal during her Natural life, or widowhood and acts with prudence and if it appears by my executors that my estate is going to waste by her conduct that they may take it into there hands and make an equil division between all my children reducting twenty pounds from Mary Love and Lucy Aldridge which they have already received and to be divided between the rest of my children. And I constitute Nicholas Peay Austin F Peay and Magadline Ford to be my lawful Exect or Exectc in witnesses I have here set my hand
this twenty second day of March 1805
and seal In the presence of Humphry Muse
Elise Muse
Kezia Peay
Birth: 1755
Death: 1805, Monticello, Fairfield County, South Carolina
Children:
  Robert Love Ford (1780 - 1844)*
Inscription:
Taylor's Regt., S. C. Mil., Rev. War
Burial: Old Brick Church Cemetery, Monticello, Fairfield County, South Carolina 
Ford, Gardner Euell (I7637)
 
12597 Will of Harry B Goheen late of Tyrone Boro Deceased
I Harry B Goheen, This day A D Sept 18, 1907 being of sound and this my Last will and Testament, do give and bequeath all my Real Estate and personal Property after my Funeral Expense and paid, First I give to my Name sake Harry R Goheen the sum of One hundred Dollars $100.00 Then the Balance to be equally divided among my brother and Sisters who after living at my death, if at my death non of my Brothers and Sisters are living then aid Estate to be Equally divided to my nearest heir or Heirs. I give my Watch to my namesake Harry R Goheen
Witness my Han and seal
Witnesses: Ellie M Gardner and Belle T Goheen
Harry B Goheen (seal) 
Goheen, Harry Bishop (I2148)
 
12598 Will of John Calvin Goheen Late of Tyrone Boro Deceased
I john Calvin Goheen of Borough of Tyrone County of Blair and State of Pennsylvania, being of sound mind, memory and understanding, do make publish and declare this my last will an testament.
First: I give devise and bequeath to my beloved wife Ida M Goheen, all my property real, personal and mixed, to b hers; except however a policy of insurance which I have on the life of my brother, Jonathan McWillams Goheen in the mystic Circle said policy being No A25673 for Three thousand Dollars ($3000), being payable to me and having been taken out for the purpose of pay notes held by the J Milliken Goheen estate against J C Goheen and Brother. If at the death of my brother Jonathan McWilliams Goheen, these notes have been paid then said insurance policy or any money realized thereon to go in payment of my debts the firm of J C Goheen ad Brother may at that time owe; but should there be no debts of said firm at the time of the death of my brother Jonathan McWilliams Goheen, then I give and bequeath said policy of insurance or any money that may be realized thereon to my wife Ida M Goheen.
And Second: I do hereby constitute and appoint by wife, Ida M Goheen, executrix of this my last will and testament.
And Third; it is my express desire and instruction that she shall not be required to make any report, statement or return of any direct to the Probate Court or any other authority.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand ad seal this 23 day of May A. D. 1907.
Signed and sealed published and declared by the above named John Calvin Goheen as and for his last Will and testament in the presence of us who at his request made in his presence and in the presence of each other have here unto subscribed our names as witnesses thereto.
Charlotte Porter
W H Miller 
Goheen, John Calvin (I393)
 
12599 Will of John Cave, Sen
State of South Carolina
Barnwell District
In the name of God Amen I John Cave, Sen of Said Dist do make and ordain this my last will and Testament being in a Low State of Health yet of a Sound mind knowing the mortality of my Body do bequeath my Soul to God that Gave it to me and my body to the Dust To be Decently intered at the discretion of my Executors ----
Item it is my will and Desire that after my Just Debts is Paid that the whole of my estate Do Contain in the Possession of Dear and Loving wife Sarah and at her disposal during her natural Life to Do with as She may thin Proper and it is my will and Desire that my son Tarlton Cave Should Live with his mother and Do the best he can for During her life and after her death it is my Will and Desire that the whole of my Estate that may then Remain be Equally Divided amoncks my children or their Heirs Except the Plantation I am now Live on Containing one hundred and Twenty five acre more or less which I give and bequeath to my son Tarlton Cave To him and his Heirs for Ever and the Remainder of my land to be Equally divided ---Cont over side--- Between the Rest of my children as before mentioned
Item and it is my will and Desire that my Sons David Cave and William Cave and Tarlton Cave my lawful Executors to this my last will and Testament
In witness Whereof I have Set hand and seal this third July in the year of our Lord one thousand and Eight hundred and seven and in the thirty first year of the Independence of the united states of america.
John Cave Sen
Witnesses Tarlton Brown
Judith Brown
Recorde in Will Book "A" page 135
Recorded 6th March 1812
Orsamus D Allen Ordinary Barnwell District
Bundle 18, package 8

Buried in Baptist Church Cemetery Barnwell South Carolina 
Cave, John (I8659)
 
12600 Will of Miles Davis, township of New Chean county of Chester, ... Fourthly I give and bequeath to my Son-in-law James Goheen all the book accounts that I have against him previous to this will, likewise the sum of One hundred dollars to be paid to him or is heirs/ by my daughter Elizabeth who intermarried residue of my estate if any there is to be equally divided amongst my sons Richard David, Philip Davis my son-in-law James Goheen or their heirs or there legal representatives. ... 17th day of February 1826
Be it remembered that on December 1828 will was proved 
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