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Re: William Daniell (1743-1840) Will
Posted by: Roberta Kazakoff (ID *****8333) Date: July 28, 2009 at 20:24:17
In Reply to: Re: William Daniell (1743-1840) Will by Veronica Daniels of 586

William Daniell's Will, Clarke County, Georgia

I, William Daniell Senior of the County and State aforesaid, being old and infirm but of sound mind and disposing memory, thanks be to the Lord for his mercies, [illeg] and [illeg] that's [illeg], do make, ordain, publish and declare this my Last Will and Testament.
Item 1st: I commit my Soul to God, who gave it, Wishing to be thankful for his great Mercies conferred upon me.
Item 2nd: I wish my body to be buried in a decent manner.
Item 3rd: My desire is that all my just debts be paid.
Item 4th: My desire is that my loving wife Polly Daniell have the sole use and occupancy of the houses & Plantation where in I now live, during her natural life with the household and kitchen furniture and plantation tools.
Item 5th: I give to my son George Daniell, Senior my old [illegible, but looks like Pyfrecss...Partners?] Chest.
Item 6th: My desire is that all the remainder of my Estate both real and personal shall be equally divided, share and share alike between my beloved Wife, Polly Daniell, and all my children herin after named to wit: Rachell Barber, Josiah Daniell, Jeremiah Daniell, Elianor Bradley, Beaton Daniell, Masters Daniell, Alfred Daniell, Stephen Daniell, Moses Daniell, Robert Daniell and Olive Hambey and to my Executors herein after named: [illeg] Trustees for my Daughter Cary Hodges, (the share of my said Daughter - Cary to be equal to the share of each of my other children), and to be held by my Executors in Trust for her sole use and benefit and should any of her share remain at her death, I desire that it be given to my Grand daughter Mary Fuller.
Item 7th: After the death of my beloved Wife Polly Daniell the Plantation houses & heretofore and [illeg] bequeathed to her to be divided amongst and between the same children and in the same manner as pointed out in the 6th Item of this my Last Will and Testament.
Item 8th: I hereby nominate, constitute and appoint my beloved Wife Polly Daniell my Executor and my Sons Josiah Daniell and Jeremiah Daniell my Executors to this my Last Will and Testament to execute and carry this S[illeg] into effect.
In Testimony Whereof I the Said William Daniell Senior have herewith set my hand and affixed my Seal this twentieth day of November 1827.
Signed, Sealed
Published and Acknowledged in
Presence of
John Chancey
Henry Jennings
John T. Eidson
Solomon P Kent
John Calvin Johnson

Codicil to the Will of William Daniell, Senior

I William Daniell Senior of the County and State Afresaid do make, ordain, publish and declare the following to be an Codicil to this my Last Will and Testament [illeg].
Instead of a division of any of my Estate at the time of my death My Will and desire is that the whole of my estate both real and personal of which I may die Seized or [illeg] that P[illeg] of my beloved wife Polly Daniell as long as she lives or remains a Widow and at her death or marriage to be divided and provided for as specified in Item 6th of the foregoing Will.
In testimony Whereof I the said William Daniel Senior have
[illeg] unto set my hand and Seal this 29 of January 1839.
Signed with Seal: Wm Daniell
Signed, Sealed, Published and
Acknowledged in presence of:
Caleb Jennings
Henry Jennings
Robert Jennings

I hope this helps. A very helpful "Daniell Cousin" sent me a copy of the original. It is Very difficult to read. I hope I transcribed it without too many errors.
Regarding William's son George Daniell (1783-1855). Most of my information comes from the internet, but George names his sons: William, Isaac H., Jacob and George W. Daniell as well as his wife Mary and Mary's deceased daughter Eliza Melton in his Will dated Jebruary 13, 1852. George was a minister and also left $100 to be used to aid in sending "the Sacred Scriptures to the millions of China" and $50 "to aid in distributing the Scriptures among the destitue in our late acquired Country from Mexico." He added a codicil dated December 19, 1852 that his wife have a "sufficiency of corn and meat for the support of her and her family for the ensuing year."
My line is through George's son Isaac Hill Daniell (1810-1863) who married Keziah Hamby >George Thomas Daniel > Sarah Daniel >Mary Ann Sims > Priscilla Williams > Lillian Hodges > me.
Roberta Kazakoff

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