I thought researchers of the Ebron surname might like to have the will of Nathaniel Ebron. This is an abstract from the NC Wills. It was signed 1 october 1753 and proven in Hyde County Court March 1754:
Son James--my plantation and one negro
Son Littleton--plantation on Matchapungo Creek
Son William--land on Matchapungo Creek joining Henry Ebron, holden by a bond in the hands of Thomas, George and Zacria Barrah and 1 negro.
Son Aaron--land on Matchapungo adoining Thomas Barrah and one negro
Daughter Elizabeth Eborn--one negro
Executors: sons James and Littleton Eborn
Witnesses: Israel Windly, Elizabeth Windly and John Houren
Deputy Clerk: Stephen Denning.
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