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Re: Robertson Lingo d 1772
Posted by: Dale Jones (ID *****5009) Date: March 01, 2005 at 15:00:53
In Reply to: Robertson Lingo d 1772 by Linda Brown of 684

I am looking for Butler connections in the Lingo family. Below is the will that helps sort out one of the sons children.

Robertson Lingo Will Date: Probate Date: Lingo, Robertson 19 Apr 1772w. 16 May 1772p. To grandsons John, Joshua Lingo, William Lingo, Elijah Lingo, sons of my son William Lingo, the land where my son William Lingo lately lived. To my son Williamís wife, not named, to live there during her widowhood. To my son John Lingo, land 150 acres. To my son Smith Lingo, the EX., and the dwelling plantation called AREBIAH, 50 acres, LINGOíS LOTT that is adjacent to John Perdue, 70 acres called BUTLERíS CHANCE, whereThomas Butler lives. To my daughter Priscilla Young and her daughter Sarah Young, Sarah is now single. To children Sarah Butler, Priscilla Butler Young, Tamar Lingo, John Lingo, Nancy Lingo, Smith
Lingo. My friend Joseph Dashiell, the EX. Wit; John Perdue, James Perdue, George Wainright. 1769-1783, 119.

Robinson Lott, in 1734 Robinson Lingo 75 ac.
2 April 1754 Robinson Lingo sold to Thomas Butler, east side of the head Wicomico River, Davis Neck 75 ac.

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