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Re: SMITH LINGO of Delaware c 1750
Posted by: Dale Jones (ID *****5009) Date: February 28, 2005 at 14:56:17
In Reply to: Re: SMITH LINGO of Delaware c 1750 by Chuck Perdue of 685

Chuck, I have posted a will that seems to be linked to the post you made. My interest is in the Butler family, let me explain Robinson Lingo Butler left a will in Worcester County, MD; mentions his siblings Sarah, Samuel and Priscilla. It was left as Robinson was entering the Rev. War. He never returned from the war. Any thing you can add to help find Robinson Lingo Butler's parents will be appreciated. Dale Jones <santaman@ezy.net>
(I also have done a small amount of research on the Perdue family in Wor. Co.


JOHN LINGO WILL
Sussex Co Court House, Georgetown, Sussex Co, DE
WB 8, pg 1-2
Made: 7 Jun 1827
Ltrs of Admin: 8 Aug 1827

In the name of God Amen I John LINGO of the County of Sussex and State of Delaware being weak of body but of perfect and sound mind, memory and understanding and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die tomake and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and allowing that is to say ~~~~~~~~

I give and bequeath unto Patience my beloved wife my best bed and furniture and one cow ans calf she to make choice of which cow and calf she chooses also my Home Plantation consisting of the following tracts or parcels of land to wit the two tracks that I purchased of Robert MARRINER containing about one hundred & Seventy five acres with all and every the apportenances to the same ________ also one other tract that my father purchased at sale of William WOLFE as administrator of Moses MARRINER dec'd containing one hundred and twenty five acres more or less adjoining the above mentioned land also and other piece or parcel of Land that I purchased of James MUMFORD containing seventy five acres, also five acres of land that I purchased of Constant MARRINER the whole of the above mentioned Lands are joined together and constitute what I call my home plantation during her natural life or widowhood and at the death or marriage of said Wife, the above mentioned Lands to be equally divided among my four sons namely Lewis, Daniel, James and Hammond LINGO

Also I give to my beloved all the corn and wheat together with what old corn there may be in the cribs or barn at the time of my death besides the above mentioned corn and wheat which is now growing on the ground she my said wife paying out of the said corn and wheat whatever balance may be due on my bond to Peter ROBINSON Esquire also I leave to my said wife all the wood now in the House ~~~~~~~~~

Secondly. I give and bequeath unto my son Samuel LINGO the tract of land which he now lives on together with the appertenances to the same belonging

Thirdly. I give and bequeath unto my two sons to wit John H. LINGO and William LINGO the whole of the tract or parcel of land that I purchased of William (HAMMONS?) to be equally divided between them both if either of two sons John H. LINGO or William LINGO should die without lawful issue, then and in that case his part of said land to be equally divided among my seven sons namely Samuel, John H., William, Lewis, Daniel, James and Hammond LINGO.

Fourthly. I give to my son Samuel LINGO the sum of ten Dollars yearly at the end of every year after my decease to be Given out of my Estate ___ of Interest for and during of five years and no longer.

Fifthly. It is my will and desire that my negro woman (Laibio ?) be free on the next first day of January after my decease and all the remainder of negroes namely (hannah?), Jacob, Cyrus, Peter and George be free when they ____ each arrive at the age of thirty years.
And Whereas there is forty dollars due me from James LONG which if paid in lumber or money it is my will and desire that the said sum of forty dollars be applied to repairing the buildings on home plantation.~~~~~~~~

Sixthly. All the real and residue of my Estate I give and bequeath unto my seven Daughters namely Lydia CRAIG, Elizabeth SHAY, Keturah, Ann Bell, Mary CLARKE, Matilda and Patience LINGO to be equally divided among them to be paid to them clear of Interest by Executors hereafter mentioned when each of them shall arrive at the age of Eighteen.

Lastly. I make, ordain, constitute and appoint my beloved wife Patience LINGO and my son Lewis LINGO whole and sole Executors of this my last will and testament revolking and disannulling all and every other former will or wills, legacies, bequests or executors by me in any former time made on in any _____ intended to be made constituting and appointing this and no other to be my last will and Testament. In Witness whereof I the said John LINGO hath hereto set my hand and seal this twenty seventh day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty seven.

Signed sealed publish pronounced and declared }
by the said John LINGO to be his last will }
and testament in the presence of us ~~~~~ } John LINGO { seal }
"years" first mentioned }
Henry Lingo of S, James T Baylis }

State of Delaware } Memorandum the 8th Augt 1827 before me
Sussex County } Nathan VICKARS Regr. for the probate of Wills and granting letters of admr. in and for the said County personaly appeared Henry LINGO of S. and James T. BAYLIS the subscribing witnesses of the foregoing will who being duly sworn on the holy Evangels of Almighty God did depose and say that in their sight presence and hearing the testator John LINGO did sign seal publish pronounce and declare the same to be his last will and testament and that at the doing thereof he seemed to be of sound disposing mind memory and judgement and that they and each of them severally subscribed the same as witnesses in presence of the said testator and at his request.

Nathan VICKARS Regr.


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