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Jacob Stover Jrs Will

                                              

Jacob Stover's Jr Will (Jacob Strobar)

                                  

Will Book 2 Charleston Sc 1767-7 Probated 19 Sep 1767                 
Parish of Pet of Granville
Will dated 29 Jul 1767

wife:Catherine
                         

Sons: John
Jacob
Henry
Executros: Jocab Hartstrum
Son: John
Brother: George

Witnesses:  Henry Dunn
          Lewis M. Morgan
         Nicholas Westerby
Note: from Sue Foy Dunham
 

Jacob Stover Jr "Deeds" Orange Co Deen Bk 4, pg 179, BK5, pg 14 St Marks, Orange Co, BK6, pg 55 St Marks, Orange Co, Chalkley 1, Pg 523 Note 1. From Charleston Wills Book II, 1767-71, pg 176 Will of Jacob Strobar, Parish of Peter, County of Granvill, 29 Jul 1767, Probated 19 Sep 1767.

To Wife Catherine "one-third of my estate except the cash and money due that I desire may be laid out for our negroes to put them on plantation(s); to Sons John Strobar and Jacob Strobar my plantation to be equally divided between them and two lots in Perrysburgh Town, on that is building to John and the other to Jacob , to son Henry 1000 pounds current money out of plantation(s), rest of personal and real estate to be divided between them as they come of age -- younger children to be schooled. Jacob Harstrom and son John to be executors, likewise my brother George Strobar.
Wits: Henry Dunn, Lweis M. Morgan, Nicholdas Westuby
(Virginia Historical Genealogies, by John Bennett Boddie, publ 1954, Clearfield Company Inc, Genealogy Publ Co. Inc. Baltimore, Maryland (reprint 1990, 1996)
ISBN 0-8063-0042-6
Library of Congress Catalogue Card Number 54-3721

The above info still does not prove Jacob Stover Jr who died in SC is our Jacob Stover Jr.

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