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Re: Samuel Pack b.1769 Virginia m.MaryPolly Farley - mother a Moody?
Posted by: Ted Pack (ID *****6680) Date: August 13, 2011 at 10:37:34
In Reply to: Samuel Pack b.1769 Virginia m.MaryPolly Farley - mother a Moody? by Susan Whiteley of 1807

He's my 4th great grandfather. We lack a little information about him:

Birth date
Birth place
Father
Mother
Siblings
Why he chose to settle 6 ridges west of civilization in what was then the wilds of Virginia.

We suspect he was born within 10 years of 1755. He may have had a minor role in the Revolution. He ran a ferry service, named "Pack's Ferry", for years. He died in 1833. His grave is probably covered by a reservoir - Blue Lake

My DNA matched 34 points out of 37 with a known descendant of George Pack and Margaret Bartemus. George died in 1754 in Maryland. Samuel named one of his children "Bartley". Several of his descendants are named "Bartley" too. Some of probable brother George Pack's descendants bore the name "Bartley" too.

Samuel's and George's descendants make up the majority of the Roots Web PACK mailing list subscribers. Their parenst have always been unproven.

Given my (male) DNA and the name "Bartley" that runs through both trees, it seems reasonable that 1754 Geroge was Samuel and Samuel's brother's Georges male relative; but whether father, grandfather, uncle or grand uncle is unclear.

I would LOVE to compare sourcese with you - here, not va e-mail, so that the other Pack researchers can see them.

Here is a FGS:

Family Group Sheet
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Husband: Samuel Pack
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Birth: abt 1755 Augusta County, Virginia
Death: 1833 Monroe (now Summers) County, Virginia (now WV)
Lived: New River, Greenbrier (now Summers), Virginia (now WV)
Marriage: abt 1776 Fort Farley, Henrico, Virginia
Father: Samuel Pack DE (1720- )
Mother:
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Wife: Mary (Polly) Farley
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Birth: 1757 Blackwater Creek, Bedford, Virginia
Death: bet 1823-1830 Monroe (now Summers) County, Virginia (now WV)
Father: Francis Farley Sr. (1703-1791)
Mother: Elizabeth Crostic DE (1718-1797)
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Children
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1 M John Pack
Birth: 22 Nov 1777 New River, Greenbrier (now Summers), Virginia (now WV)
Death: bef 31 Jan 1825Packs Ferry, Summers, Virginia
Spouse: Jane Hutchinson (1779-1856)
Marriage: 2 Mar 1801 Monroe (now Summers) County, Virginia (now WV)
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2 M Samuel Pack
Birth: 22 Aug 1779 New River, Greenbrier (now Summers), Virginia (now WV)
Death: 28 Oct 1850 Coopers Creek, Raleigh, Virginia (now WV)
Spouse: Sarah Wyatt (1784-1860)
Marriage: 19 Apr 1802 M onroe County, Virginia (now WV)
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3 F Elizabeth (Betsy) Pack
Birth: 3 Oct 1781 New River, Greenbrier (now Summers), Virginia (now WV)
Death: 9 Jan 1867 Monroe County, West Virginia
Spouse: Jacob Dickason (1789-1879)
Marriage: bet 1805 and 18Virginia (now WV)
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4 M Mathew Pack
Birth: 1 Apr 1783 New River, Greenbrier (now Summers), Virginia (now WV)
Death: 16 Sep 1858 Hinton, Summers, Virginia (Now WV)
Spouse: Catherine Lilly (1784- )
Marriage: 5 Sep 1806 M onroe County, Virginia (now WV)
Spouse: Frances Lilly (1782-1860)
Marriage: bet 1799 and 18
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5 M Bartley Pack
Birth: 26 Feb 1785 New River, Greenbrier (now Summers), Virginia (now WV)
Death: 1834 Monroe (now Summers) County, Virginia (now WV)
Spouse: Rhodicie Harvey (1790- )
Marriage: 12 Oct 1811
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6 F Mary (Polly) Pack
Birth: 23 Aug 1788 New River, Greenbrier (now Summers), Virginia (now WV)
Death: 4 Jan 1871 Monroe County, West Virginia
Spouse: Joseph Lively (1793-1862)
Marriage: 12 Aug 1812 M onroe County, Virginia (now WV)
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7 M Loammi Pack
Birth: 20 May 1791 New River, Greenbrier (now Summers), Virginia (now WV)
Death: 26 Jul 1858 Brush Creek, Monroe, Virginia (now WV)
Burial: Brush Creek, Monroe, Virginia (now WV)
Spouse: Jane Lively (1791-1863)
Marriage: 2 Jul 1811 M onroe County, Virginia (now WV)
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8 M William Pack
Birth: 1792/93 New River, Greenbrier (now Summers), Virginia (now WV)
Death: aft 1850 Missouri (prob)
Spouse: Chloe Farley (1797-1860)
Marriage: abt 1814
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9 M Anderson Pack
Birth: 27 Aug 1800 New River, Greenbrier (now Summers), Virginia (now WV)
Death: 4 Mar 1858 Monroe (now Summers) County, Virginia (now WV)
Spouse: Rebecca Snidow Peters (1811-1907)
Marriage: 5 May 1829
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10 F Jane Pack
Birth: 28 Jul 1801 New River, Greenbrier (now Summers), Virginia (now WV)
Death: 25 Feb 1869 Lincoln County, Missouri
Alt. Name: Virginia, Jennie
Burial: Brisco, Lincoln, Missouri - Morris Cem
Spouse: Daniel Broyles (1799-1823)
Marriage: 7 Jul 1815 Virginia (now WV)
Spouse: Jonah Morris (1802-1867)
Marriage: Aug 1823
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Prepared 13 Aug 2011 by:
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FAMILY NOTES
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General: (1)

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HUSBAND NOTES: Samuel Pack
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General:
Carol Pack Urban, one of the mainstays of the Roots Web PACK mailing list, was
kind enough to transcribe Samuel's will for us all.

She writes "Charles and Meshack were left to Bartley in his father Samuel Pack's
will below. Bartley died just a few months later the same year. Personally I
think that Charles, Amy, Clara and Harris may all have been children of Samuel's
but it's a theory at this point."

Here is the will:

WILL OF SAMUEL PACK, Jr., May 28, 1833

In the name of God amen, I Samuel Pack of the County of Monroe and State of
Virginia calling to mind that it is appointed for all men once to die do make
and ordain this my first last will and testament and first of all I bequeath my
soul into the hands of God who gave it and my body recoin mind to the dust to be
buried in a Christians like manner at the description of my escextitors nothing
doubling but at the general reservation I shall receive the same again by the
mighty and power of God and us touching my worldly Estate as it had pleased God
to bless me with in this life I give and bequeath in the more following, to wit:

1st I give and bequeath my son SAMUEL PACK thirty two dollars fifty cents it
being the balance he owes to me to him and his heirs forever

2nd I give and bequeath to my grand daughter RACHELL PACK $150 to be paid out of
my Estate to her and her heirs forever

3rd I give and bequeath to my daughter BETSY my negro girl SALLY with all her
increase to her and her heirs forever

4th I give and bequeath to my son in law JACOB DICKERSON my negro girl NANCY to
him and his heirs forever

5th I give and bequeath to my son MATT PACK the whole of the track of land on
which he now lives containing 135 acres with this reserve that there is a boat
landing constantly kept up on said land to him and his heirs forever

6th I give and bequeath to my grand son SAMUEL PACK son of MATT's one hundred
dollars to be paid either in money or property out of my Estate to his and his
heirs forever

7th I give and bequeath to my son BARTLEY PACK one negro boy called MESHACK and
my negro boy called CHARLES - also a certain part of my old plantation that he
now lives upon beginning at the mouth of a branch where I formerly had a still
house near where JACOB DICKERSON did live and with the medders [meadows?] of
said branch to the back line and with the back line to include all the lower
part of said plantation now occupied by him with one reserve that is a burying
place lay one half acre of ground that I chose out for that purpose which
burying place I give and bequeath to heirs jointly and their heirs forever and
the balance to him and his heirs forever with this reserve that the re-bequeath
and claims that he may have against me by note or otherwise

8th I give and bequeath to my son WILLIAM PACK my negro girl LIVEY to him and
his heirs forever I also give him all my stock of cattle that he has now on hand
also all the money that he owes me to him and his heirs forever

9th I give and bequeath to my daughter JENNIT my negro girl called NANCY with
all her increase to her and her heirs forever also $400 which I paid towards the
track of land on which she now lives to her and her heirs forever

10th I give and bequeath to my son ANDERSON PACK miller track of lands
containing 216 acrese by survey with all its appestinances--also my interest in
two copper stills with this reserve of one acre of ground at same suitable place
on said land for the purpose of building a new meeting house in which all
denomination may preach without interruption also my home place on which I now
live adjoining the track that I have deeded to my son LOAMMI to him and his
heirs forever with this reserve that he makes a good and sufficient title to the
track of land known by the name of the Hulls track the right to be made to my
grand son BARTLEY PACK, son of LOAMMI to him and his heirs forever. I also
bequeath to my son ANDERSON my two negro men called TOM and ABRAM JR. also my
negro boy SHED to him and his heirs forever with this reserve that he also gives
me in return one yellow negro boy called HARIS. I also give and bequeath to my
son ANDERSON the choice of all my beds and furniture to him and his heirs
forever.

11th I give and bequeath to my daughter POLLY one hundred dollars to be paid out
of my estate to her and her heirs forever the lot of my beds and furniture I
give and bequeath to my three daughters both POLLY and JENNIT to them and their
heirs forever

12th I give and bequeath to my grand daughter POLLY PACK and now POLLY SHANCKLIN
my negro girl called CLARA to her and her heirs forever -- with this reserve
that she is not to be sold out of the family

13th I will and bequeath my fery boat landing on each side of the river together
with the land adjoining BILLY PACK's line then east to Bartlet's line running to
the back line to my son BARTLET who is to charge of old ABRAM and FANNEY his
wife to let them remain on it during their natural life

14th I give and bequeath to my friend JOHN WALKER one square acre ground laying
near Peterstown to commence at a certain spring near the old road to the line to
be run so as to include a part of the spring to run from the spring to the back
line on Brush Creek and thence round again to make a square acre to him and his
heirs forever. With the exception of this said Walker is not to sell it out of
the family.

15th I give and bequeath to my son ANDERSON his choise in my interest in all the
lots and houses in Peterstown also I give and bequeath to him all my interest in
all the lots I claime in Peterstown with the exception of three which I give and
bequeath to my three grandsons AUGUSTUS B BROWLES, MILTON and SAMUEL sons of my
daughter JININET - I also will and bequeath to my son ANDERSON all my interest
in the out lands adjoining Peterstown I also give and bequeath to my sons
WILLIAM and ANDERSON the other half of my claime of land laying in the State of
Ohio to them and their heirs forever

16th I give and bequeath to my grand daughter VIRGINIA daughter of my son
ANDERSON my negro girl AGGY to her and her heirs forever

17th I give and bequeath to my daughter-in-law JANE PACK (widow of my son JOHN)
my negro man JOE during her natural life or widdowhood but at her death or
marriage to return to my grand sons RUFUS PACK to him and his heirs forever

18th I give and bequeath to my son ANDERSON and BARTLET my negro woman AMEY to
them and their heirs forever with a sincere request that they will grant her
more than usual privalege and treat her well for her kindness to myself and
worthy companion that has gone before me. To also give and bequeath to my son
Anderon my negro woman JIMEY with all her increase to him and his heirs forever.
I give and bequeath to my son LOAMMI one black boy called HENRY and also one
yellow boy called HARIS to him and his heirs forever

19th I give and bequeath to my grand son SAMUEL and ARCHIBALD PACK jointly my
black boy HAMPTON also jointly one half of my claime of land in the State of
Ohio to them and there heirs forever

20th I give and bequeath all my plantation utensils to all my household and
kitchen furnature exept what I have specially bequeath to my son Anderson to him
and his heirs forever

21st I disere that all my hogs sheep cattle and horses to be sold and after
paying my funeral expenses and all my last debts I disire that all the money
have on hand and all that is due me by Bond Accout or otherwise to be either
paid out in land in the western Country or put out at legal usury untill the
children here mention shall become of lawful age to with my grand daughter
VIRGINIA -- my grand sons JOSEPHUS son of BARTLET, my great grandson JOHN P
DUNLAP son of REBECCA, my great grand son JOHN PACK son of SAMUEL

22nd I desire that my son BARTLEY may pay to my grand daughter POLLY PACK
daughter of BARTLEY two hundred dollars for the consideration of the boat
landing port and land attached thereto and also that would be $100 in property
to MATT PACK's son SAMUEL to them their and heirs

23rd I do hereby constitute and appoint my son ANDERSON PACK and RICHARD
SHANKLIN esectutors to my last will and testament hereby revoking all other by
me made

24th If any of my heirs to whom I have given property shall disagre or try to
break my will then my desire is that they may forefit their part of what I have
given them

Signed Sealed and acknowledged deliverd in the presents of this witnesses
Given under my hand and seal this 28th of May 1833

Samuel Pack (Seal)

Witnesses
John W. Walker, John Thompson, Henry Hull and Henry White

In Monroe, July Court 1833.

This last will and testament of Samuel Pack deceased was presented in court and
proved by the oaths of John W. Walker and Henry White subserving witnesses
thereto and the same is ordered to be recorded and on motion of Anderson Pack
and Richard Shanklin esecutors named in the said will who made oath as such and
together with Richard Thomas, John Karns, John H. Vawter, Dilaney Swinney,
Mordicai Roles, John Syms, Richard Shanklin, and Robert Shanklin their sureties
entered into and acknowledged bond in the penalty of three thousand dollars
conditioned as the law directs certificate for attaining probat thereof in due
form as granted them.

John Hutchison Jr.

Will - 1833; Book W-3; Page 140-144
(2)

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WIFE NOTES: Mary (Polly) Farley
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General: The FARLEY line is really suspect as of February 24, 1997. There are
probably missing generations and great-grandfathers mixed up with grandfathers.(2,3)

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CHILD NOTES: John Pack
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General:
Carol Pack Urban, one of the mainstays of the Roots Web Pack mailing list, was
kind enough to transcribe this for us from the archives in Richmond. It reads
pretty dry until you think of Clara, age 13, having to comfort her 3-year old
brother Josephus as Eliott Vawter took them home to work on his farm. Meshack,
10 years old, was going to have to grow up fast too.

To the County Court of Monroe

By an Order of the County Court of Monroe made at the June term for 1856, the
undersigned together with George W Hutchinson and G.W. Landcraft were appointed
to appraise the negroes belonging to the estate of John Pack deceased and return
an account thereof to the Court. <...>

The undersigned attended at the house of Rufus Pack on the second day of June
1856 the day fixed upon for the purpose and all parties interested in the
property, but no other appraiser in attendance. Whereupon the distributees of
said John Pack deceased all were present and competent to act entered into an
Agreement and is herewith furnished marked A by which they agreed that the
undersigned should execute the said Order of the County Court for and divide the
Negroes belonging to said estate (it being the wish of them that the said
Negroes should not be sold but remain in the possession of said distributees of
said John Pack deceased.)

In accordance with said agreement the undersigned valued the said Negroes and
distributed them as follows to wit:

Shady (female) valued at (42 years old) $450.00
Richard S Hampton valued at (21 years old) 800.00
Henry valued at (18 years old) 750.00
Abraham valued at (16 years old) 650.00
Clara valued at (13 years old) 500.00
Meshack valued at (10 years old) 450.00
Rachael valued at (7 years old) 300.00
Josephus valued at (3 years old) 225.00

Making in all the sum of $4,175.00

There being six shares the same due to each share is six hundred and ninety five
dollars and eight three cents.

After having valued the share as aforesaid the undersigned parties to divide the
same between the parties instilled to participate then as follows:

to Rufus Pack was assigned the woman Shady and the boy Henry valued at twelve
hundred dollars, he obliging himself to pay the difference between his share and
said valuation;

to Archibald Pack is entitled to two shares and was allotted the two boys
Richard S Hampton and Abraham valued at fourteen hundred and fifty dollars, he
obliging himself to pay the difference between the two shares which he was
entitled to and said valuation;

to Elliot Vawter was allotted the girl Clara and the small boy Josephus valued
at seven hundred and twenty five dollars, he obliging himself to pay the
difference between his share and said valuation;

to Richard V Shanklin was allotted the boy Meshack valued at four hundred and
fifty dollars, he consenting to receive the difference between said valuation
and the amount of his share;

and to Rebecca Dunlap was allotted a small girl Rachael valued at three hundred
and fifty dollars, she agreeing to receive her and pay the difference between
said valuation and the share she was entitled upon agreement between her and the
balance of the heirs share they would contribute a certain sum in addition;

The parties expressed themselves entirely satisfied with the valuation and
desire and allotment as aforesaid and settled the several differences amongst
themselves satisfactorily giving to Richard V Shanklin administrator do bonis
non of John Pack deceased receipts for their respective in said slaves and
direct the undersigned in his Report to Court to ask that said valuation and
division may be confirmed and adopted by the Court and that the Article of
Agreement marked A together with a Bill of Sale from Samuel Pack deceased to
Archibald Pack for his Samuel Pack’s share of said Negroes may be entered into
record.

All of which is most respectfully submitted June 11th 1856.
J. M. Byrnside

Will Book 6, pages 469-470
Monroe County, VA (now WV) court records on microfilm
in the Library of Virginia, 800 East Broad Street, Richmond, VA
(2)

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CHILD NOTES: Samuel Pack
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General: (4)

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CHILD NOTES: Elizabeth (Betsy) Pack
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General: (2)

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CHILD NOTES: Mathew Pack
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General:
Matthew Pack married 1) Frances Lilly and 2) Catherine Lilly.

Matthew's two wives were related somehow, but no one is sure exactly how; they
were not sisters.(4)

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CHILD NOTES: Bartley Pack
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General: (4)

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CHILD NOTES: Mary (Polly) Pack
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General: (4)

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CHILD NOTES: Loammi Pack
------------------------------
General:
Carol Pack Urban, one of the mainstays of the Roots Web PACK mailing list, was
kind enough to transcribe Loammi's will and the appraisal of his estate from
microfilm for us all:

In the name of God, amen, I, Loamia Pack of the County of Monroe and State of
Virginia being of sound mind and memory but somewhat advanced age and laboring
in some bodily infirmity which admonishes me of the necessity promptly of making
disposition of the property and effects which I have been blessed as appear to
be proper and right in manner and form following to wit:

First - I give and bequeath to my son Samuel C Pack five hundred acres of land
lying on the falls of Brush Creek in Mercer County and State of Virginia. I give
and bequeath to my son Samuel C Pack and my son John Pack my boy Henry. My said
sons paying my son Bartley Pack two hundred dollars. I also require my son
Samuel C Pack to pay my daughter Sarah Martin, my daughter, ninety dollars and
give and bequeath to my son Samuel C Pack, my son, one grey yearling horse
within his possession.

Second - I give and bequeath to my son Bartley Pack one entry of ninety acres
lying on Brush Creek in Monroe County and State of Virginia joining the land of
Anderson Pack and the land that Bartley Pack sold to Samuel C Pack. I also give
and bequeath to my said son Bartley Pack all my interest in the six hundred acre
survey of (missing word) in Mercer County, Virginia near Hector's Knob.

Third - I give and bequeath to my daughter Syntha McGhee and to the children of
her body one hundred and ten acres of land to be laid off at the upper end of
the five hundred and ten acre survey lying on the falls of Brush Creek in Mercer
County, Virginia so as not to include the mill.





Fourth - I give and bequeath to my son John Pack one part of my Tracey farm and
one part of my home farm so as to give him some meadow land, the line was made
and marked by me and my son Samuel C Pack so as to divide the lands between John
and Lorenzo D Pack, my sons.

Fifth - I give and bequeath to my son Lorenzo D Pack one part of my Tracey farm
so as to give him some wood land. I also give and bequeath my home farm that I
now reside on to my son Lorenzo D Pack. I also give and bequeath my negro boy
named Harris to my son Lorenzo D Pack. I also require my son Lorenzo D Pack to
pay Lucinda Sweeny, my daughter, two hundred dollars as soon as he makes the
money, he is not to pay any interest on the money. I also give my son Lorenzo D
Pack my stock of hogs on my home place. I also bind Lorenzo D Pack, my son, to
pay Polly Pack, my daughter, two hundred dollars as soon as he can make the
money, he is not to pay any interest.

Sixth - I also give and bequeath to my beloved wife all my house hold furniture
after making the balance of the children equal with those that are married. I
also give my wife all the horses I now own and the increase to my son Lorenzo D
Pack. I also give my wife all my cows and the increase to my son Lorenzo D Pack.
I also give my rifle guns to my son Lorenzo D Pack who is to divide between John
and Samuel my sons. I bind my son Lorenzo D Pack to take good care of his mother
as long as she may live. I also bind my son Lorenzo D Pack to let his sister
Polly Pack, my daughter, live with him free of any charges.

Seventh - I also bind my son Samuel C Pack to pay my daughter Eliza Carper one
hundred and ten dollars which he owes me. I also desire Samuel C Pack and
Lorenzo D Pack to pay Eliza Carper ninety dollars out of the proceeds of my
estate.

Eighth - I give and bequeath to my grand daughter Sarah McGhee one (missing
word) and one cow. I also desire that the note I hold on Lorenzo D Martin for
one hundred and ten dollars be given to him. My wagon is to be owned by Samuel,
John and Lorenzo for the use of the farms on Brush Creek.

Ninth - If either of my heirs object or try to break my will he disqualifies
himself as one of my heirs forfeits all their claim in my estate. I do hereby
constitute and appoint Samuel C Pack and Lorenzo D Pack Executors of my last
Will and Testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this
14th day of April 1857.

Signed and acknowledged in presence of James Roles, Wilson Lively and Joseph
Lively.

Loammi (X) Pack
his mark

At Monroe County Court August term 1858

The Last Will and Testament of Loami Pack deceased was presented in Court,
proven by the oaths of James Roles and Wilson Lively subscribing witnesses
thereto and the same is ordered to be recorded; and thereupon Samuel C Pack the
Executor therein named appeared in Court, was sworn as Executor and together
with James Roles and Wilson Lively, his securities entered into and acknowledged
his bond in the penalty of $1,000 with condition according to law. Certificate
for obtaining a probate of the said Will in due form is granted him.

A Copy, Teste
G. W. Hutchinson, clerk

Will Book 7, page 91-92
Monroe County, VA (now WV) court records on microfilm
in the Library of Virginia, 800 East Broad Street, Richmond, VA
August 28, 2000
Carol Pack Urban

An appraisement of the Goods and Chattels of Loamia Pack deceased in the County
of Monroe. Made by the undersigned, Wilson Lively, James Roles, Thomas Biggs,
three of the appraisers nominated and appointed by the County Court of Monroe,
said appraisers having first taken the oaths required by (missing word - "Law"?)

One bay horse - 20.00
One gray mare - 30.00
One speckle cow - 15.00
One black cow - 10.00
One red cow - 12.00
11 hay stacks - 110.00
2 calves - 8.00
1 sorrel colt - 25.00
5 yearling cattle - 50.00
9 two year old cattle - 126.00
1 red cow - 13.00
14 head sheep - 17.50
17 hogs - 54.50
1 sorrel horse - 60.00
1 log chain and clevis - 3.00
1 harrow - 3.00
1 wagon and 4 pair of harness - 35.00
1 boy named Henry - 200.00
1 boy named Harris - 1,000.00
2 large plows - 4.00
1 wheat fan - 5.00
1 old rifle gun - 2.50
2 shot guns - 10.00
house and kitchen furniture - 150.00
One note L. D. Martin due 26th Nov 1858 without interest - 110.00
One note A. Pack due 11th Jan 1858 - 37.86
Credit by cash same date - (10.50)
One (missing word - "Note"?) on Samuel C Pack - 147.00

Will Book 7, page 144
Monroe County, VA (now WV) court records
in the Library of Virginia, 800 East Broad Street, Richmond, VA
August 28, 2000
Carol Pack Urban
(4,5)

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CHILD NOTES: William Pack
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General: (4)

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CHILD NOTES: Anderson Pack
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General: (6)

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CHILD NOTES: Jane Pack
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General:
Many researchers have her dying 4 Mar 1858 in Monroe County, VA (Now WV). She is
buried in Missouri, however. Her tombstone says she died 25 Feb 1869.

Jane Morris
b: July 27, 1800; d: Feb. 25, 1869
67y 6m 28d.
Wife of Jonah Morris, nee Pack.
Daughter of Samuel Pack Jr. & Mary Farley.

One of the three things is wrong. My computer says if she died 25 Feb 1869 aged
67, 6, 28 then she was born 28 July 1801, not 27 July 1800. 1801 corresponds to
other sources.(4,7)

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SOURCES
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1. John F. Vallentine, Ph. D., Chapter titled "Pack Ancestral Line (Part
II)" in the book "Ancestral Families of Robert Lee Pack". (Printed privately 15
May 1998), Page 1.

2. Ibid., Pages 1 - 25.

3. John F. Vallentine, Ph. D., Chapter titled "Farley Ancestral Line " in
the book "Ancestral Families of Robert Lee Pack". (Printed privately 15 May
1998), Page 7.

4. John F. Vallentine, Ph. D., Chapter titled "Pack Ancestral Line (Part
II)" in the book "Ancestral Families of Robert Lee Pack". Pages 1 - 11.

5. John F. Vallentine, Ph.D., Chapter titled "Pack Ancestral Line (Part I)"
in the book "Ancestral Families of Robert Lee Pack". (Printed privately 15 May
1998), Pages 6 - 9.

6. John F. Vallentine, Ph. D., Chapter titled "Pack Ancestral Line (Part
II)" in the book "Ancestral Families of Robert Lee Pack". Pages 8 - 10.

7. Old Morris Cemetery (Lincoln County, Missouri)
Census by Mrs. Alberta Knotts of Troy, Missouri, 15 October 1968.
Submitted by Tina Mitchell.
Available for the world to see via US Gen Web Lincoln County, Missouri site.
Jane MORRIS - b: July 27, 1800; d: Feb. 25, 1869 67y 6m 28d. Wife of Jonah
Morris, nee Pack. Daughter of Samuel Pack Jr. & Mary Farley.


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