|Previous||326 of 688||Next|
small (250x250 max)
medium (500x500 max)
large ( > 500x500)
312 Abstkact of Wills, 1690—1760. EiCE, Edward. Bertie Coiiutv. December S, 1752. May Court. 1753. Son: John. Da^tghters: Mary and Betty Rice. Wife and Executrix: Ann. Executw: Thomas Sl.\ttor. Witnesses: John Coke, Sr., Jame.s Hair, Walter and Elizabeth Jo.\j<es. Clerk of the Court: Benj.amin Wynns. EiCE, John. Chowan Couuty. May 20, 1745. January Court, 1753. Wife: Sarah. Brother and Exec-utor: Edward Rice. Witnesses: Hardy Hurdell, Benjamin Berreman, Thomas Ro-wntree. Clerk of the Court: James Craven. Rice, Lucy. February 15, 1720-1721. This is a nuncupative will proven by Robert Palmer and Thomas Palin before Jno. Palin and names daughters, Mary and Cely. Rice, Maey. Kew Hanover County. July 9, 1753. February 21, 1754. Executors: Thom.\s Camber and Penny Bussy (sister). Proven before Matt. Rowan. Coat of arras on seal. This will is so torn as to render all other names illegible. Rice, Morgin. October 26, 1684. No date of probate. Legatee: Sarah Burnby, daughter of John Burnby, who is appointed Executor. Wittiesses: Wil-liam Burnby, Anthony Hatch. Coat of arms on seal. Rice, Nathaniel. New Hanover County. December 6, 1752. February 27, 1753. Son: John. Sisters-in-law: Hannah and Penny' Bursey. Wife's niece: Elizabeth Dale. Wife and Executrix: Mary. Niece: Elizabeth Twiner of Rumsey, in Hampshire. Extcutors: Jas. Hasell, Sam'l and John Swann. Witnesses: James Por- TERFIELD, David Lindsay, Arc. MacLaine. Clerk of the Court: Isaac Faries. Richards, John. Pasquotank County. July 11, 1741. July 14, 1741. Son-in-law: Law. Pridebs. Wife and Executrix: Mary. Witnesses: Tho. Webkes, John Nelson, Jr., Theoph- ILUS Mann. Clerk of the Court: Thos. Taylor. Richards, Mary. Pasquotank County. October 31, 1743. November 19, 1743. Daughter: Frances Predy. Son-inAaw and Executor: Laws Predy. Witnesses: 3. Hull, Andrew Moore, J. Hardy. Proven before J. Montgomery. Justice of the Peace: Jas. Craven. Coat of arms on seal.
|Title||Abstract of North Carolina wills|
|Creator||North Carolina. Secretary of State.|
Grimes, J. Bryan (John Bryan), 1868-1923.
North Carolina. Trustees of the Public Libraries.
|Place||North Carolina, United States|
(1900-1929) North Carolina's industrial revolution and World War One
|Publisher||Raleigh, E. M. Uzzell & co., state printers|
North Carolina Department of the Secretary of State
|Rights||State Document see http://digital.ncdcr.gov/u?/p249901coll22,63754|
|Physical Characteristics||vii, 670 p. 24 cm.|
North Carolina State Documents Collection. State Library of North Carolina
Genealogy Collection. State Library of North Carolina
|Digital Characteristics-A||688 p.; 30.75 MB|
North Carolina Digital State Documents Collection
N.C. Family Records Collection
|Pres File Name-M||pubs_history_abstractncwills1910.pdf|
|Pres Local File Path-M||Preservation_content\StatePubs\pubs_history\images_master|
312 Abstkact of Wills, 1690—1760.
EiCE, Edward. Bertie Coiiutv.
December S, 1752. May Court. 1753. Son: John. Da^tghters: Mary
and Betty Rice. Wife and Executrix: Ann. Executw: Thomas Sl.\ttor.
Witnesses: John Coke, Sr., Jame.s Hair, Walter and Elizabeth Jo.\j|