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Re: Samuel Deloach, probably NC
Posted by: Faye Reynolds (ID *****7693) Date: December 28, 2009 at 19:56:09
In Reply to: Samuel Deloach, probably NC by Bobby Thigpen of 643

I too am tracing a Samuel Deloach (Edgefield Co, SC) but visited the website that Marsha mentioned. Below is the transcribed wills of Samuel Deloach SR & Mary Boykin Deloach. Perhaps it will help others, if you already have the info.

Samuel DeLoach Will Edgecombe Co., NC 1764
http://braswellgenealogy.blogspot.com/2007/11/samuel-deloach-will-edge-co-nc-1764.html
31 Jan 1764

In the Name of God Amen I Samuel Deloach of Edgecombe Co. being weak in body but of sound and perfect memory... recommend my soul into the hands of God that gave it and my body to the grave to be buried in a decent and Christian like manner; Imprimis... to my beloved wife Mary Deloach the land that my father in law Francis Boykin left me in Northampton County to her and her heirs forever; my young black mair and side saddle, the use of the land and plantation whereon I now live and my still and all my Negroes for the raising and maintaining and schooling of my children during her life or widowhood and then to be divided by my executor as according as my will directs. I further lend to my wife, Mary Deloach after my debts and funeral expenses are paid all my household goods and chattels and all my tenements until my children come of age and then divided as my will directs: to myson, William Deloach all the part of my estate I (possessed) him of in my life time and ten shillings cash; to my daughter, (Auerilla) Ruffin, all that part of my estate I ( ) her in my lifetime and ten shillings cash; to my daughter (Molley) Braswell all that part of my estate I ( ) her during my lifetime and ten shillings cash; to my son Jesse Deloach that tract of land that I ( ) joining of (Moses Hains) land and my bay horse called Spark and five head of cattle and five breading ( ) and one feather bed and furniture which I gave to my son when he comes of age; to my son, Jesse Deloach after my wife’s decease or widowhood, my Negro fellow Ephriam; to my son, Samuel Deloach the land and plantation that I purchased of John Stinson, my (Bay) mair and five head of cattle and five breading (sows) and one feather bed and furniture which I gave to me son when he comes of age, also my Negro fellow Toney after my wife’s decease or widowhood; to my (daughter) Selah Deloach five head of cattle one feather bed and furniture which I gave to my darter when she comes of age; to my son John Deloach the land and plantation that I purchased of John Stringer, my mair cald (Jli) and five head of cattle and one feather bed and furniture and five breading sows which I gave to my son when he comes of age, also my Negro fellow Dick after my wife’s decease or widowhood; to my darter Milly Deloachfive head of cattle and one feather bed and furniture which I gave to my darter when she comes of age; to my son Solomon Deloach after my wife’s decease or widowhood the land and plantation where I now live together with my still and Negro girl Luce; I leave my Negro wenches Fan and (Pat) and their increase after my wife’s decease or widowhood to be equally divided between my for darters Averilla Ruffin, Molly Braswell and Selah Deloach and Millie Deloach; my wife to give and dispose of the remainder of my estate after my debts and funeral expenses to my children as she sees fit; wife Mary Deloach and sons, William Deloach, Jesse Deloach and Samuel Deloach to be executors, signed Samuel Deloach, wit.John Gosney, Thos. Bryant, John Faulk. Proved Apr Ct 1764 Abstracted NCA film C.037.80001, Edge. Co. Will vol A, page 134, CTC, 6-17-03.


NOTE: Mary "Molly" DeLoach is the 1st wife of Solomon Braswell and the mother of William & Elizabeth Braswell.

John Stinson is most likely the son in law of James Braswell Sr. who named a daughter Olive Stinson in his 1760 Edgecombe Co., NC will. He was in records with James and his sons.



Mary [Boykin] DeLoach Will Edgecombe Co., NC 1773
4 Jan 1773
http://braswellgenealogy.blogspot.com/2007/11/mary-deloach-will-edge-co-nc-1773.html
In the name of God Amen, I Mary Deloach of Edgecombe County... being weak in body but of perfect sound mind & memory...Imprimis I give to my son William Deloach the sum of five shillings Virginia money; Item I give to my daughter (Averrilla) Ruffin, wife of Richd Ruffin the sum of five shillings Virginia money; Item I give I give to my son JesseDeloach all that part of my estate I assigned him of in my lifetime and also the sum of five shillings Virginia money; Item I give to my son Samuel Deloach all that part of my estate I assigned him of in my lifetime and also one cow and calf and lambs; Item I give to my daughter Selah Barns all that part of my estate I assigned her of in my lifetime and also the sum of five shillings Virginia money; Item I give to my son John Deloach320 acres of land, it being part of a larger tract I purchased of Solomon Boykins and also my great desk and square walnut table and painted chist and largest linin wheel and gray mare and colt & black horse and dearick and 20 pounds of feathers & 30 head of geese; Item I give to my daughter Milley Bloodworth all that part of my estate that I possessed her of in my lifetime and also my wareing close and side saddle; Item I give to my son Solomon Deloach two beds and furniture and five head of cattle and (five) breading sows and one linen wheel, one black mare( ) and a young house colt cold sharpen and five pounds proclamation money; Item I give to my grandson William Braswell five shilling Virginia money; Item After debts and funeral expenses are paid remainder of estate to be divided equally between two of my sons, to wit, John Deloach and Solomon Deloach and it is my will and desire thatWilliam Bloodworth and Elijah (Horne) divide said estate between John and Solomon; Item I appoint two of my sons,Samuel and John executors of my estate, signed Mary Deloach, wit. John Faulk, Hanah Faulk (X), Sarah Faulk (X). Edge. Co. Will Book A, page 205, NCA film C.037.80001, 6-27-03, CTC.
Date recorded Apr Ct 1774


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