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Salley Cotton



Will of Amos Cotton, 1781

As published in Abstracts of Wills of Edgecombe County by David B. Gammon

Will of Amos Cotten
Dated 1 Aug 1871, Probated Aug 1781

"..being weak in body..."
Wife: Zilpah - life estate in all my estate. Wife - Negro Jude. Sons George Cotton and Wimberley Cotton - plantation where David Fountain now lives. Sons George - Negro Dick. Son Wimberley - Negro Peter. Son Joseph Cotton - land where I now live adj. the Spring Branch, the Creek Field and the patent line. George Taylor and Elias Fort are to make a dividing line in my land. Son James Cotton - remaining part of my land, also Negro Simon. Daughter Salley Cotton - Negro Cate. Daughter Pheribe Cotton - Negroes Green and Luke. Daughter Elisabeth Cotton - Negro Lettice.

Ex. friends George Wimberly, Robert Digges, Elias Fort
Wit. John Fountain, Solomon Fountain, William Elenor

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