Daniel White

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    Daniel White
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  • [WardOliverFile1.FTW] Green County, Kentucky (As transcribed by Jack J. White Will Book 2, pp. 185-188 of Denton, Texas) In the name of God amen! I Daniel White of the County of Green and State of Kentucky being in perfect health and memory do make, constitute and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form following. Re- voking all others by me made, acknowledging this to be my last and as touching all my worldy estate I devise and will as follows, to wit: First, that all my just debts be paid and funeral expenses paid at the discretion of my executor and friends. 2nd, such slaves and other property as I have heretofore given to my sons and invested them with, they are respectively to hold and enjoy to themselves and heirs forever. 3rd, I lend to my beloved wife Susannah White the palntation whereon I now live, together with my saw mill tract and all the appurtenances thereinto belonging and all my slaves which I have not heretofore given. And all the rest of my estate both real, personal and mixed, and of whatsoever kind it may be to her during her natural life. And after her death, mt will and devise is that the whole estate so loaned to her shall be sold at one and two years credit and the proceeds to be divided into five equal parts, transferred, and the same is hereby given: one part to Samuel White, one equal part to Barret White, ditto to the heirs of William P. White dec'd, ditto to Daniel White, Jr., and one equal part to my granddaughter Rebecca W. Taylor, and also the property I have hereto- fore given her she is to possess and enjoy to her and her heirs forever. Should any of my sons die or any of my grandchildren before the division takes place after my wife's death such portion as any of them would be entitled to is to go to their respective heirs or heirs at law. The plan- tation or tract of land on which my son John P. White now lives contain- ing two hundred and twenty acres which title is to come through my son Samuel White to me, I give to my said son John, to him and his heirs forever. 4th, all monies which may be due at my death or may become due after- wards, one sixth part of which I give to my beloved wife, the balance to be divided after my wife's death between Samuel White, Barret White, the heirs of William P. White dec'd, Daniel White Jr., and Rebecca W. Taylor. 5th, my former son-in-law John S. Williamson is to have no part of my estate as I have fully provided for his daughter Rebecca W. Taylor and lastly I hereby appoint my sons Samuel White and Barret White executors of this my last will and testament. In testimony of all which I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 21st day of August 1828. /signed/ Daniel White Witnesses: John Y. Taylor Neal Brown John P. Gaines P.W. Vaughan I, Daniel White of the County of Green and State of Kentucky, still being of perfect memory have thoughtproper to annex by way of codicil to this my will the following provision, to wit: I give to my son John P. White and his heirs one equal part of all my personal property which I have devised above, which said equal part he is to have when the rest get their equal share. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 19th day of December 1828. Witnesses: /signed/ Daniel White John Y. Taylor P.W. Vaughan Mary Gaines At a County Court held for Green County, State of Kentucky, at the court- house in Greensburg on the 19th day of April 1830. The within last will and testament of Daniel White dec'd was this day returned into court and proven by the oath of John Y. Taylor and John P. Gaines and the codicil by John Y. Taylor and P.W. Vaughan, three of the subscribing witnesses thereto to have been signed, sealed, and published by the said decedent as his last will and testament and at the time of executing the same they believe him to be in his perfect mind and memory and the same was ordered to be recorded, which is done accordingly. Given under my hand this 21st day of April 1830 /signed/ John Barret
    4 Total Ancestors
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Generation 1
[1.01  2]   Daniel White (1757-1830) VA-KY
Generation 2
[1.02  3]   John White (1719-1782) VA
[2.01*  ]   Mary Unknown (~1720-) VA
Generation 3
[1.03*  ]   John White (~1670-1744) VA
[3.01*  ]   Catherine Brewer (1691-) VA
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