1797 Will, Pleasant Southall, Richmond, VA -- Sassytazzy's Genealogy Research
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Pleasant Southall
Will Abstract


Pleasant Southall, of the City of Richmond.

Dated: 22 Nov. 1797
Proved: 10 April 1798.
Signature: Pleasant Southall
Executors: Brothers, Stephen & James; brothers in law, Henry Toler & Callom Jones.
Witnesses: James Rind, Pleasant Younghusband, John Galt.

Bequests, etc: "dear friend" Elizabeth Galt, rest to brothers & sisters. Brothers: Stephen & James. Brothers in law: Henry Toler & Callom Jones.

Inventory, page 442: Appr. __ May 1798, by David Lambert, John Strobia & Sam'l Ege. Recorded 14 Aug. 1798.

Codicil: Dated 11 Dec. 1797: Sister, Mrs. Shelton, her children [not named], her husband, John Shelton. Witnesses: W. Foushee, James Rind.

Page 15 of Weisiger's book [note -- the beginning of the sentences were cut off, transcribed below as I saw it]:

_11 Will of Pleasant Southall of City of Richmond
my dear friend Elizabeth Galt, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Galt
Richmond, [#] 200
rest of estate to be divided equally among my brothers and
cutors: my brothers Stephen and James and brothers in law
ry Toler and Callom Jones.
ed 22 Nov. 1797
: James Rind, Pleasant Younghusband, John Galt
ned: Pleasant Southall
icil: 11 Dec. 1797
perty listed to go to my sister Mrs. Shelton, is to go to my
ther Stephen as trustee for my sister and her children, and none
come into possession of her husband John Shelton
: W. Foushee, James Rind
orded 10 April 1798

42 Inventory of Pleasant Southall, value [#] 798/7/0, appraised
May 1798 by David Lamber, John Strobia, Sam'l Ege
orded 14 Aug. 1798

Source: City of Richmond, VA Wills 1782 - 1810, by Benjamin B. Weisiger, III. Virginia State Library Archives. Copied 11 May 1990, by Susan S. Sasek.  

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