You have Thomas CLAXTON b. 1768, but his father Jeremiah CLAXTON didn't marry Molly PEYTON until 9/9/1786 Westmoreland Co., Va..
If Thomas was born 1786 and died 1808, he was still 22 yrs old at the time of death. Also he only had one child, Richard? BUT he would have married Alsey at age 14---1/17/1798 Westmoreland.
This is all I have re Dully
Stigler marriages of Fauquier Co
CLARKSON, Pope & Dully Stigler [should this be Pope Claxton?] Jan. 5, 1807 - bdsm: d/o James
Plus a connection is implied in that James STIGLER was a witness to Jeremiah CLAXTON'c will
In the name of God Amen. I Jeremiah Claxton of the County of Fauquier and State of Virginia being sick and weak of body but of sound & perfect memory blessed be God for the same do make and ordain this my Last Will and Testament in manner & form following. I desire all my Just Debts be paid. I give and bequeath to my son Pope Claxton and his heirs my Negro a named Griffin my Negro boy named Henry and a Negro Boy named David which boy he has Already Received. Item I give and bequeath to my son John Peyton Claxton and his heirs my Negro woman named Milley and her Two children Reuben and Dick with their Future Increase[,] one feather bed with common Furniture[,] my Gun & Sadle & [un focun’d]? Cash. Item I give and bequeath to my son James Claxton and his heirs my Negro woman named Jane a Negro called Davy a Negro Girl called Sall an infant Negro boy the child of Jane yet unnamed with the future Increase of Jane and Sall & a feather bed with Common Furniture. Item I give and bequeath to my Son William Claxton my Negro Man named Simon and two Negro Girls named Hannah and Nancy with their Future Increase and one Feather Bed with Common furniture to him & his heirs. Item I give & bequeath to my Grandson Richard Claxton a Negro boy named Moses. Item I desire that my Land may be sold either on a credit or for ready money whichever my Executor may Think most advantageous for my children and the money arising from Such Sale equally divided among my four sons Pope, John Peyton, James & William or Such of them as may be then living. If my son John Peyton should have any means of keeping a beast I desire that he may [have] his Choice whether to take again the Mare I bought of him or to let her remain as part of my [estate?}] and receive of my Executor the price which I was to give for her with Interest According to our Agreement and as the price of every thing is likely to experience a considerable fall I devise that my Land may not be sold until it will bring its Worth or nearly So in The Opinion of My Executor [living?] in this [State?]. I desire all the Rest of my estate [should?] be sold and the money arising therefrom after paying all my Just Debts and the necessary expences may be equally Divided between my above named Sons vz. Pope, John Peyton, James & William or Such of them as may be then living. I have a Loving Desire that my friend and Brother in Law Job Garvey of the Sate of Kentucky and my Sister Elizabeth Garvey if Living at the time of my Death and Willing to do so Should take my Youngest Son William into their care with his part of my estate So that they may not be losers by it and Do the Best they can with his fortune to give him a good English education. I do not desire an appraisement of my estate but that my Executor may take the Inventory of it and Lastly I Do Appoint my son Pope Claxton my Good friend William Stone and my Above named Brotherinlaw Job Garvey Executors of this my Last Will and Testament the said Garvey to act in the Case of my Son Popes moving with my younger Children to the State of Kentucky and Carries their fortunes with them. I[n] Witness of the Above I have hereunto Set my hand and Seal this Seventeenth day of September in the year of our Lord 1808.
Signed Sealed &
Acknowledged before us vz
Peter Grant Jeremiah Claxton [Seal]
James Stigler Sr.
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