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Death

Kiawah Island: a History, Google Books
Author: Ashton Cobb
Published: N.p.: n.p., n.d.
The first Stanyarne to live in South Carolina was Thomas, who migrated to the colony in the early 1670s from Barbados. The Proprietors granted Thomas Stanyarne approximately 2,500 acres of land beginning in the spring of 1675. Eight years later, Thomas died, leaving his land to be divided?
p. 31.

Immigration

A Carolina-Virginia genealogy
Published: York Lowry Wilson; 1962
Thomas Stanyarne arrived at Charles Town from England with Mary his
wife, accompanied by their five children and four servants, in May 1675. His
will is dated 1683. [full text not available online]
p. 26

Immigration

Kiawah Island: a History, Google Books
Author: Ashton Cobb
Published: N.p.: n.p., n.d.
The first Stanyarne to live in South Carolina was Thomas, who migrated to the colony in the early 1670s from Barbados. The Proprietors granted Thomas Stanyarne approximately 2,500 acres of land beginning in the spring of 1675. Eight years later, Thomas died, leaving his land to be divided?
p. 31.

Land

\i South Carolina Historical Magazine\i0
Volume 19; p. 57.
On the 15 April 1676 a grant was made to him*06 for 498 acres the aggregate of these two warrants, for on 20 Dec 1675 he conveyed to Thomas Stanyarne of Charles Town, Tanner, his plantation containing 128 acres bounding North on then or late in the possession of Margaret Lady Yeamans, South on Christopher Edwards and East on the land then in possession of said Thomas Hurt.30*
[Off: Bist : Com*., Bk. G. p. 57.]

Occupation

\i South Carolina Historical Magazine\i0
Volume 19; p. 57.
On the 15 April 1676 a grant was made to him*06 for 498 acres the aggregate of these two warrants, for on 20 Decr 1675 he conveyed to Thomas Stanyarne of Charles Town, Tanner, his plantation containing 128 acres bounding North on then or late in the possession of Margaret Lady Yeamans, South on Christopher Edwards and East on the land then in possession of said Thomas Hurt.30*
[Off: Bist : Com*., Bk. G. p. 57.]

Land

Calendar of state papers: Colonial series, America and West Indies
Author: J. W. Fortescue, editor
Published: N.p.: n.p., 1898.
Miscellaneous, 1861

356. Abstract of of records of all the grants of land made in South Carolina in 1681 in continuation of those abstracted in 1680 (see previous volume, No. 1638).

...

Thomas Stanyarne, 45 Acres, Ashley River, 7 September 1681
1675-1676: p. 524.
1676. 1224. Abstract of all the records of all grants of land that have been made in South Carolina in the year 1676, in continuation of those abstracted in 1675, see ante No. 717.
...
Thyomas Stanyarne, 950 acres, Wandoe river, 14th July

Land

Calendar of state papers: Colonial series, America and West Indies
Author: J. W. Fortescue, editor
Published: N.p.: n.p., 1898.
Miscellaneous, 1861

356. Abstract of of records of all the grants of land made in South Carolina in 1681 in continuation of those abstracted in 1680 (see previous volume, No. 1638).

...

Thomas Stanyarne, 45 Acres, Ashley River, 7 September 1681
Volume 11: 1681-1685: p. 178.

Residence

Abstracts of the Wills of the State of South Carolina: 1670-1740
Author: Caroline T. Moore
Published: Columbia, S.C.: R.L. Bryan Company, 1960.


p.ix
This volume contains abstracts ...
vol. 1: p.2.
... Mentions: other half estate for my 5 said children; dwelling house I now live in on Charles Town Neck...

Full Source Text

Abstracts of the Wills of the State of South Carolina: 1670-1740
Author: Caroline T. Moore
Published: Columbia, S.C.: R.L. Bryan Company, 1960.


p.ix
This volume contains abstracts of wills recorded at Charleston between the founding of the Colony in 1670 to1740. Manuscript copies of these wills were preserved in the Journal of the Grand Council, Office of the Secretary of the Province, and the Probate Court of Charleston County. An Act of the 1849 General Assembly provided for copies of early original wills, and the date 1851 at the end of an abstract indicated that the will was taken from a copy of that date. This collection of abstracts was primarily undertaken for genealogical use and study.

In the original Colony there were three counties: Berkeley, Colleton, Craven, and later Granville. The Parishes were begun in 1706.

p.xi
Key to Abbreviations
D: Date will was written.
P: Date that will was proved.
R: Recording date of will.
Nd. No date of will, proof or recording.
Dau. Daughter.
THSSC Transactions of the Huguenot Society of South Carolina.
SCHM South Carolina Historical Magazine.
OWB Original Will Book
WPA Works Project Administration
Inv. Date of inventory of will.
Gent. Gentleman.
Esq. Esquire
Gov. Governor

p.1

Secretary of the Province 1671-1675

Edward Roberts. Mentions: to friend John Faulconer, land on Ashley River Adjoining Mr. James Needham, town lot in Charles Town Adjoining Henry Wood, carpenter, and Samuel Boswood, tailor, and consignment expected by me in a ship from Barbados. Exor: [not named]. Wit: John Norton, Originall Jackson, William West.

D: 14 Ot. 1671. P: 9 Dec. 1671. R: 11 Dec. 1671. p.21


p.2

Court of Ordinary 1672-1692

MARGARET JACKSON, spinster [widow]. Son: not named. Dau: Margaret and her husband Andrew Wishett. Mentions: if my son or dau. Do not come to Carolina, then my wearing clothes are to be divided among my friends Millison Jackson, Hannah Smith, and Lydia Bassett; said Lydia, wife to John Bassett; Sarah, dau. of Mr. Originall Jackson. Exor: John Norton. Wit: Liddia Bassett, her mark; Abraham A. Smith, [his mark].

D: 23 Sept. 1678. P: 20 Nov. 1678. R. nd. P.55

THOMAS STANYARNE, Charles Town. Wife: Mary, one-half estate for life, then to eldest son James. Sons: James, John, Thomas, and William. Dau: Mary Ladson. Mentions: other half estate for my 5 said children; dwelling house I now live in on Charles Town Neck and my land on Wandow River to be sold; to the people called Quaker, one heifer and calf in the hands of Jonathan Fitch, Jno. Ladson, and Edward Mayo; mary Everatt. Exor: wife; son James. Wit Nicholas Seward, his mark; John Dodridge, his mark; Mary Curratt, her mark; Edward Mayo, Sr.

D: 10 May 1682. P: 14 Feb. 1682/3. R: 17 Feb. 1682/3. p. 144


p. 4-5

DENNIS [O'] MAHONE, his mark, planter. Mentions: Robert Lewis; Mary, wife of Robert Lewis; Ann, dau. of said Robert Lewis; Michaell, son of Dennis Hays; Mary Lovell; George, son of John Norton; John Norton, residue of estate, executor. Wit: Michaell Lovell, John Chehan, his mark. D: 20 Dec. 1682. CODICIL. Mentions: legacy to Mary Lovell revoked in favor of Mary, wife of Robert Lewis. Wit: Thomas Roberts, John Norton, his mark.

D: 19 Jan. 1682/[3]. P: 16 Aug. 1693. R nd. P. 186

WILLIAM JACKSON, his mark, planter. Mother: Elizabeth Lambarth, if living. Mentions: Millison, late wife of Originall Jackson, deceased; Margaret, wife of Patrick Steward; William Fox; John Hopkins, one-half land where I now dwell; godsons William Jones and William Ruberry; George Smith, shipwright; Thomas Holton's plantation; land purchased of William Joye; Cap. Robert Donne; Mr. Thomas bolan; Mr. Andrew Percivall, Esq. Exor: Patrick Steward and John Norton. Wit: Margaret Steward, her mark; James Hutton, his mark.

D: 3 Aug. 1683. P: 15 Aug. 1683. R: 16 Aug. 1683. p.188


p. 15

HENRY SAMWAYS. Wife: Ann. Son: Henry, my plantation on the Ashley River. Son-in-law: Thomas Townsend, my house and half lot in Charles Town. Exors: wife; son Henry. Wit: Jonathan Fitch; James Shepherd; Augustin Taylor, his mark; Joseph Heape.

D: 17th of the 10th month, 1691. P: 15 Feb. 1691/[2]. R: nd. P. 439.


p. 109

JONATHAN FITCH, Berkeley County. Wife: Anne. Sons: Jonathan, land; Thomas, house and plantation where I now live; Stephen; all sons under 19 years. Mother: Susannah Fitch. Brother: Joseph Fitch. Mentions: William Chapman. Exors: wife; Mr. Thomas Smith; Mr. Wm. Cattell; Mr. Thomas Waring; brother-in-law Mr. Thomas Elliott, Jr. Wit: Joseph Fitch, John Lupton.

D: 24 Oct. 1723. P: 5 Oct. 1724. R: 10 Sept. 1725. p. 234.


p.151 - 152

THOMAS HAYDON, Berkeley County. Wife: Jane. Son: John. Dau: Hannah. Exors: wife; brother-in-law Jonathan Norton. Wit: John Dorsey, James Wolford, Charles Cavano.

D: 23 Feb. 1730. P: 29 Mar. 1730. R: 30 Mar. 1730. p. 374.

Will

Abstracts of the Wills of the State of South Carolina: 1670-1740
Author: Caroline T. Moore
Published: Columbia, S.C.: R.L. Bryan Company, 1960.


p.ix
This volume contains abstracts ...
vol. 1: p. 2.
Court of Ordinary 1672-1692
...
THOMAS STANYARNE, Charles Town. Wife: Mary, one-half estate for life, then to eldest son James. Sons: James, John, Thomas, and William. Dau: Mary Ladson. Mentions: other half estate for my 5 said children; dwelling house I now live in on Charles Town Neck and my land on Wandow River to be sold; to the people called Quaker, one heifer and calf in the hands of Jonathan Fitch, Jno. Ladson, and Edward Mayo; mary Everatt. Exor: wife; son James. Wit Nicholas Seward, his mark; John Dodridge, his mark; Mary Curratt, her mark; Edward Mayo, Sr.

D: 10 May 1682. P: 14 Feb. 1682/3. R: 17 Feb. 1682/3. p. 144

Full Source Text

Abstracts of the Wills of the State of South Carolina: 1670-1740
Author: Caroline T. Moore
Published: Columbia, S.C.: R.L. Bryan Company, 1960.


p.ix
This volume contains abstracts of wills recorded at Charleston between the founding of the Colony in 1670 to1740. Manuscript copies of these wills were preserved in the Journal of the Grand Council, Office of the Secretary of the Province, and the Probate Court of Charleston County. An Act of the 1849 General Assembly provided for copies of early original wills, and the date 1851 at the end of an abstract indicated that the will was taken from a copy of that date. This collection of abstracts was primarily undertaken for genealogical use and study.

In the original Colony there were three counties: Berkeley, Colleton, Craven, and later Granville. The Parishes were begun in 1706.

p.xi
Key to Abbreviations
D: Date will was written.
P: Date that will was proved.
R: Recording date of will.
Nd. No date of will, proof or recording.
Dau. Daughter.
THSSC Transactions of the Huguenot Society of South Carolina.
SCHM South Carolina Historical Magazine.
OWB Original Will Book
WPA Works Project Administration
Inv. Date of inventory of will.
Gent. Gentleman.
Esq. Esquire
Gov. Governor

p.1

Secretary of the Province 1671-1675

Edward Roberts. Mentions: to friend John Faulconer, land on Ashley River Adjoining Mr. James Needham, town lot in Charles Town Adjoining Henry Wood, carpenter, and Samuel Boswood, tailor, and consignment expected by me in a ship from Barbados. Exor: [not named]. Wit: John Norton, Originall Jackson, William West.

D: 14 Ot. 1671. P: 9 Dec. 1671. R: 11 Dec. 1671. p.21


p.2

Court of Ordinary 1672-1692

MARGARET JACKSON, spinster [widow]. Son: not named. Dau: Margaret and her husband Andrew Wishett. Mentions: if my son or dau. Do not come to Carolina, then my wearing clothes are to be divided among my friends Millison Jackson, Hannah Smith, and Lydia Bassett; said Lydia, wife to John Bassett; Sarah, dau. of Mr. Originall Jackson. Exor: John Norton. Wit: Liddia Bassett, her mark; Abraham A. Smith, [his mark].

D: 23 Sept. 1678. P: 20 Nov. 1678. R. nd. P.55

THOMAS STANYARNE, Charles Town. Wife: Mary, one-half estate for life, then to eldest son James. Sons: James, John, Thomas, and William. Dau: Mary Ladson. Mentions: other half estate for my 5 said children; dwelling house I now live in on Charles Town Neck and my land on Wandow River to be sold; to the people called Quaker, one heifer and calf in the hands of Jonathan Fitch, Jno. Ladson, and Edward Mayo; mary Everatt. Exor: wife; son James. Wit Nicholas Seward, his mark; John Dodridge, his mark; Mary Curratt, her mark; Edward Mayo, Sr.

D: 10 May 1682. P: 14 Feb. 1682/3. R: 17 Feb. 1682/3. p. 144


p. 4-5

DENNIS [O'] MAHONE, his mark, planter. Mentions: Robert Lewis; Mary, wife of Robert Lewis; Ann, dau. of said Robert Lewis; Michaell, son of Dennis Hays; Mary Lovell; George, son of John Norton; John Norton, residue of estate, executor. Wit: Michaell Lovell, John Chehan, his mark. D: 20 Dec. 1682. CODICIL. Mentions: legacy to Mary Lovell revoked in favor of Mary, wife of Robert Lewis. Wit: Thomas Roberts, John Norton, his mark.

D: 19 Jan. 1682/[3]. P: 16 Aug. 1693. R nd. P. 186

WILLIAM JACKSON, his mark, planter. Mother: Elizabeth Lambarth, if living. Mentions: Millison, late wife of Originall Jackson, deceased; Margaret, wife of Patrick Steward; William Fox; John Hopkins, one-half land where I now dwell; godsons William Jones and William Ruberry; George Smith, shipwright; Thomas Holton's plantation; land purchased of William Joye; Cap. Robert Donne; Mr. Thomas bolan; Mr. Andrew Percivall, Esq. Exor: Patrick Steward and John Norton. Wit: Margaret Steward, her mark; James Hutton, his mark.

D: 3 Aug. 1683. P: 15 Aug. 1683. R: 16 Aug. 1683. p.188


p. 15

HENRY SAMWAYS. Wife: Ann. Son: Henry, my plantation on the Ashley River. Son-in-law: Thomas Townsend, my house and half lot in Charles Town. Exors: wife; son Henry. Wit: Jonathan Fitch; James Shepherd; Augustin Taylor, his mark; Joseph Heape.

D: 17th of the 10th month, 1691. P: 15 Feb. 1691/[2]. R: nd. P. 439.


p. 109

JONATHAN FITCH, Berkeley County. Wife: Anne. Sons: Jonathan, land; Thomas, house and plantation where I now live; Stephen; all sons under 19 years. Mother: Susannah Fitch. Brother: Joseph Fitch. Mentions: William Chapman. Exors: wife; Mr. Thomas Smith; Mr. Wm. Cattell; Mr. Thomas Waring; brother-in-law Mr. Thomas Elliott, Jr. Wit: Joseph Fitch, John Lupton.

D: 24 Oct. 1723. P: 5 Oct. 1724. R: 10 Sept. 1725. p. 234.


p.151 - 152

THOMAS HAYDON, Berkeley County. Wife: Jane. Son: John. Dau: Hannah. Exors: wife; brother-in-law Jonathan Norton. Wit: John Dorsey, James Wolford, Charles Cavano.

D: 23 Feb. 1730. P: 29 Mar. 1730. R: 30 Mar. 1730. p. 374.

Will

A Saga of the South
Author: Edward P. Lawton
Published: N.p.: n.p., 1965.
p. 57.
Stanyarne's will, dated May 10, 1682, was as follows:

I Thomas Stanyarne of Charles Town merchant make this my last will being weak in body. Ap. my beloved wife executrix with son James Stanyarne this house and plantaion I now (live) upon Charles Town Neck - 1/2 my cattle-hogs-household stuff etc. to my wife Mary Stanyarne for life. to my eldest son James Stanyarne sd dwelling etc - the other half equally between my five children James Stanyarne John Stanyarne Thomas Stanyarne Wm Stanyarne & Mary Ladson - land on Wandoe which I took up my rights 1050 acres to be sold to pay debt I owe to Peleg Withington and overplus betw my 4 sons - Land on the s.w. side of Stono River wh I bought of Peleg Withington 400 equally divided betw. my 4 sons - I give jointly to my son James and his mother my mare which I used to ride on. To assembly of people called Quakers in prov of Carolina one heifer calf etc to Jonathan Fitch John Ladson & Edward Mayo for support of such poor friends as may be living among them, etc. to Mary Everitt the second heifer & exors to make inventory without oath. (Quakers were not supposed to take oaths.)

Religion

A Saga of the South
Author: Edward P. Lawton
Published: N.p.: n.p., 1965.
56.
Mary Ann Chaplin's earliest known ancestor in South Carolina was Thomas Stanyarne, who seems also to have been a quaker.

Religion

Abstracts of the Wills of the State of South Carolina: 1670-1740
Author: Caroline T. Moore
Published: Columbia, S.C.: R.L. Bryan Company, 1960.


p.ix
This volume contains abstracts ...
vol. 1: p. 2.

Full Source Text

Abstracts of the Wills of the State of South Carolina: 1670-1740
Author: Caroline T. Moore
Published: Columbia, S.C.: R.L. Bryan Company, 1960.


p.ix
This volume contains abstracts of wills recorded at Charleston between the founding of the Colony in 1670 to1740. Manuscript copies of these wills were preserved in the Journal of the Grand Council, Office of the Secretary of the Province, and the Probate Court of Charleston County. An Act of the 1849 General Assembly provided for copies of early original wills, and the date 1851 at the end of an abstract indicated that the will was taken from a copy of that date. This collection of abstracts was primarily undertaken for genealogical use and study.

In the original Colony there were three counties: Berkeley, Colleton, Craven, and later Granville. The Parishes were begun in 1706.

p.xi
Key to Abbreviations
D: Date will was written.
P: Date that will was proved.
R: Recording date of will.
Nd. No date of will, proof or recording.
Dau. Daughter.
THSSC Transactions of the Huguenot Society of South Carolina.
SCHM South Carolina Historical Magazine.
OWB Original Will Book
WPA Works Project Administration
Inv. Date of inventory of will.
Gent. Gentleman.
Esq. Esquire
Gov. Governor

p.1

Secretary of the Province 1671-1675

Edward Roberts. Mentions: to friend John Faulconer, land on Ashley River Adjoining Mr. James Needham, town lot in Charles Town Adjoining Henry Wood, carpenter, and Samuel Boswood, tailor, and consignment expected by me in a ship from Barbados. Exor: [not named]. Wit: John Norton, Originall Jackson, William West.

D: 14 Ot. 1671. P: 9 Dec. 1671. R: 11 Dec. 1671. p.21


p.2

Court of Ordinary 1672-1692

MARGARET JACKSON, spinster [widow]. Son: not named. Dau: Margaret and her husband Andrew Wishett. Mentions: if my son or dau. Do not come to Carolina, then my wearing clothes are to be divided among my friends Millison Jackson, Hannah Smith, and Lydia Bassett; said Lydia, wife to John Bassett; Sarah, dau. of Mr. Originall Jackson. Exor: John Norton. Wit: Liddia Bassett, her mark; Abraham A. Smith, [his mark].

D: 23 Sept. 1678. P: 20 Nov. 1678. R. nd. P.55

THOMAS STANYARNE, Charles Town. Wife: Mary, one-half estate for life, then to eldest son James. Sons: James, John, Thomas, and William. Dau: Mary Ladson. Mentions: other half estate for my 5 said children; dwelling house I now live in on Charles Town Neck and my land on Wandow River to be sold; to the people called Quaker, one heifer and calf in the hands of Jonathan Fitch, Jno. Ladson, and Edward Mayo; mary Everatt. Exor: wife; son James. Wit Nicholas Seward, his mark; John Dodridge, his mark; Mary Curratt, her mark; Edward Mayo, Sr.

D: 10 May 1682. P: 14 Feb. 1682/3. R: 17 Feb. 1682/3. p. 144


p. 4-5

DENNIS [O'] MAHONE, his mark, planter. Mentions: Robert Lewis; Mary, wife of Robert Lewis; Ann, dau. of said Robert Lewis; Michaell, son of Dennis Hays; Mary Lovell; George, son of John Norton; John Norton, residue of estate, executor. Wit: Michaell Lovell, John Chehan, his mark. D: 20 Dec. 1682. CODICIL. Mentions: legacy to Mary Lovell revoked in favor of Mary, wife of Robert Lewis. Wit: Thomas Roberts, John Norton, his mark.

D: 19 Jan. 1682/[3]. P: 16 Aug. 1693. R nd. P. 186

WILLIAM JACKSON, his mark, planter. Mother: Elizabeth Lambarth, if living. Mentions: Millison, late wife of Originall Jackson, deceased; Margaret, wife of Patrick Steward; William Fox; John Hopkins, one-half land where I now dwell; godsons William Jones and William Ruberry; George Smith, shipwright; Thomas Holton's plantation; land purchased of William Joye; Cap. Robert Donne; Mr. Thomas bolan; Mr. Andrew Percivall, Esq. Exor: Patrick Steward and John Norton. Wit: Margaret Steward, her mark; James Hutton, his mark.

D: 3 Aug. 1683. P: 15 Aug. 1683. R: 16 Aug. 1683. p.188


p. 15

HENRY SAMWAYS. Wife: Ann. Son: Henry, my plantation on the Ashley River. Son-in-law: Thomas Townsend, my house and half lot in Charles Town. Exors: wife; son Henry. Wit: Jonathan Fitch; James Shepherd; Augustin Taylor, his mark; Joseph Heape.

D: 17th of the 10th month, 1691. P: 15 Feb. 1691/[2]. R: nd. P. 439.


p. 109

JONATHAN FITCH, Berkeley County. Wife: Anne. Sons: Jonathan, land; Thomas, house and plantation where I now live; Stephen; all sons under 19 years. Mother: Susannah Fitch. Brother: Joseph Fitch. Mentions: William Chapman. Exors: wife; Mr. Thomas Smith; Mr. Wm. Cattell; Mr. Thomas Waring; brother-in-law Mr. Thomas Elliott, Jr. Wit: Joseph Fitch, John Lupton.

D: 24 Oct. 1723. P: 5 Oct. 1724. R: 10 Sept. 1725. p. 234.


p.151 - 152

THOMAS HAYDON, Berkeley County. Wife: Jane. Son: John. Dau: Hannah. Exors: wife; brother-in-law Jonathan Norton. Wit: John Dorsey, James Wolford, Charles Cavano.

D: 23 Feb. 1730. P: 29 Mar. 1730. R: 30 Mar. 1730. p. 374.

Marriage

Abstracts of the Wills of the State of South Carolina: 1670-1740
Author: Caroline T. Moore
Published: Columbia, S.C.: R.L. Bryan Company, 1960.


p.ix
This volume contains abstracts ...
vol. 1: p. 2.
Court of Ordinary 1672-1692
...
THOMAS STANYARNE, Charles Town. Wife: Mary, one-half estate for life, then to eldest son James. Sons: James, John, Thomas, and William. Dau: Mary Ladson. Mentions: other half estate for my 5 said children; dwelling house I now live in on Charles Town Neck and my land on Wandow River to be sold; to the people called Quaker, one heifer and calf in the hands of Jonathan Fitch, Jno. Ladson, and Edward Mayo; mary Everatt. Exor: wife; son James. Wit Nicholas Seward, his mark; John Dodridge, his mark; Mary Curratt, her mark; Edward Mayo, Sr.

D: 10 May 1682. P: 14 Feb. 1682/3. R: 17 Feb. 1682/3. p. 144

Full Source Text

Abstracts of the Wills of the State of South Carolina: 1670-1740
Author: Caroline T. Moore
Published: Columbia, S.C.: R.L. Bryan Company, 1960.


p.ix
This volume contains abstracts of wills recorded at Charleston between the founding of the Colony in 1670 to1740. Manuscript copies of these wills were preserved in the Journal of the Grand Council, Office of the Secretary of the Province, and the Probate Court of Charleston County. An Act of the 1849 General Assembly provided for copies of early original wills, and the date 1851 at the end of an abstract indicated that the will was taken from a copy of that date. This collection of abstracts was primarily undertaken for genealogical use and study.

In the original Colony there were three counties: Berkeley, Colleton, Craven, and later Granville. The Parishes were begun in 1706.

p.xi
Key to Abbreviations
D: Date will was written.
P: Date that will was proved.
R: Recording date of will.
Nd. No date of will, proof or recording.
Dau. Daughter.
THSSC Transactions of the Huguenot Society of South Carolina.
SCHM South Carolina Historical Magazine.
OWB Original Will Book
WPA Works Project Administration
Inv. Date of inventory of will.
Gent. Gentleman.
Esq. Esquire
Gov. Governor

p.1

Secretary of the Province 1671-1675

Edward Roberts. Mentions: to friend John Faulconer, land on Ashley River Adjoining Mr. James Needham, town lot in Charles Town Adjoining Henry Wood, carpenter, and Samuel Boswood, tailor, and consignment expected by me in a ship from Barbados. Exor: [not named]. Wit: John Norton, Originall Jackson, William West.

D: 14 Ot. 1671. P: 9 Dec. 1671. R: 11 Dec. 1671. p.21


p.2

Court of Ordinary 1672-1692

MARGARET JACKSON, spinster [widow]. Son: not named. Dau: Margaret and her husband Andrew Wishett. Mentions: if my son or dau. Do not come to Carolina, then my wearing clothes are to be divided among my friends Millison Jackson, Hannah Smith, and Lydia Bassett; said Lydia, wife to John Bassett; Sarah, dau. of Mr. Originall Jackson. Exor: John Norton. Wit: Liddia Bassett, her mark; Abraham A. Smith, [his mark].

D: 23 Sept. 1678. P: 20 Nov. 1678. R. nd. P.55

THOMAS STANYARNE, Charles Town. Wife: Mary, one-half estate for life, then to eldest son James. Sons: James, John, Thomas, and William. Dau: Mary Ladson. Mentions: other half estate for my 5 said children; dwelling house I now live in on Charles Town Neck and my land on Wandow River to be sold; to the people called Quaker, one heifer and calf in the hands of Jonathan Fitch, Jno. Ladson, and Edward Mayo; mary Everatt. Exor: wife; son James. Wit Nicholas Seward, his mark; John Dodridge, his mark; Mary Curratt, her mark; Edward Mayo, Sr.

D: 10 May 1682. P: 14 Feb. 1682/3. R: 17 Feb. 1682/3. p. 144


p. 4-5

DENNIS [O'] MAHONE, his mark, planter. Mentions: Robert Lewis; Mary, wife of Robert Lewis; Ann, dau. of said Robert Lewis; Michaell, son of Dennis Hays; Mary Lovell; George, son of John Norton; John Norton, residue of estate, executor. Wit: Michaell Lovell, John Chehan, his mark. D: 20 Dec. 1682. CODICIL. Mentions: legacy to Mary Lovell revoked in favor of Mary, wife of Robert Lewis. Wit: Thomas Roberts, John Norton, his mark.

D: 19 Jan. 1682/[3]. P: 16 Aug. 1693. R nd. P. 186

WILLIAM JACKSON, his mark, planter. Mother: Elizabeth Lambarth, if living. Mentions: Millison, late wife of Originall Jackson, deceased; Margaret, wife of Patrick Steward; William Fox; John Hopkins, one-half land where I now dwell; godsons William Jones and William Ruberry; George Smith, shipwright; Thomas Holton's plantation; land purchased of William Joye; Cap. Robert Donne; Mr. Thomas bolan; Mr. Andrew Percivall, Esq. Exor: Patrick Steward and John Norton. Wit: Margaret Steward, her mark; James Hutton, his mark.

D: 3 Aug. 1683. P: 15 Aug. 1683. R: 16 Aug. 1683. p.188


p. 15

HENRY SAMWAYS. Wife: Ann. Son: Henry, my plantation on the Ashley River. Son-in-law: Thomas Townsend, my house and half lot in Charles Town. Exors: wife; son Henry. Wit: Jonathan Fitch; James Shepherd; Augustin Taylor, his mark; Joseph Heape.

D: 17th of the 10th month, 1691. P: 15 Feb. 1691/[2]. R: nd. P. 439.


p. 109

JONATHAN FITCH, Berkeley County. Wife: Anne. Sons: Jonathan, land; Thomas, house and plantation where I now live; Stephen; all sons under 19 years. Mother: Susannah Fitch. Brother: Joseph Fitch. Mentions: William Chapman. Exors: wife; Mr. Thomas Smith; Mr. Wm. Cattell; Mr. Thomas Waring; brother-in-law Mr. Thomas Elliott, Jr. Wit: Joseph Fitch, John Lupton.

D: 24 Oct. 1723. P: 5 Oct. 1724. R: 10 Sept. 1725. p. 234.


p.151 - 152

THOMAS HAYDON, Berkeley County. Wife: Jane. Son: John. Dau: Hannah. Exors: wife; brother-in-law Jonathan Norton. Wit: John Dorsey, James Wolford, Charles Cavano.

D: 23 Feb. 1730. P: 29 Mar. 1730. R: 30 Mar. 1730. p. 374.