TIMELINE for Mary Kilgore Delaney Allison/Ellison
1783 Named in father's will as widow of Wm. Delaney, now Mary Allison
1791 As one of father's heirs, appoints William Stark to recover land in Columbia County, GA
1795 As one of father's heirs, sells 350 acres land on Little River in Columbia, County, GA
1799 Not named as heir during sale of 250 acres land on mouth of Kiokee Creek on Savannah River
[WILKES COUNTY, GEORGIA] Book of Mixed Records, Wills, Administrations and Deeds--1777-1778
Folio 99--KILLGORE, RALPH (will) To wife Alender, part of the manor plantation on the Savannah river at the mouth of Mill creek. All slaves to her for her support and the education of son John Killgore. Land on Little river in Richmond Co., to be sold, money to be used by wife till son Ralph comes of age. Certain property of Wm. Delaney dec'd. of which estate he is Admr. to be sold, and after debts are paid, one-third to be given to Mary Delaney, now Mary Allison, the rest amongst Delaney's three children. To dau. Mary Killgore, now Elison, one shilling. To dau. Elizabeth Killgore now Surtherland, one shilling. To dau. Catren or Caty Killgore a horse, sidesaddle and bridle. To son Robert one shilling. "If either of my daughters or Robert Killgore reform and become obedient to their mother Alender, she can give them such property as she sees fit." Col Stephen Heard, Geo. Walton and wife Alender, Excrs. Signed June 9, 1783. Geo Walton, Elizabeth Loyson, Jakin Loyson, Test
Wilkes Co., Ga.
Know all men by these presents that whereas Eliander, Elizabeth and Katherine Kilgore, and James and Mary, Robert Kilgore, Jun and Robert Kilgore, Sr. as guardians of John Kilgore, we being the wife and heirs of Ralph Kilgore, dec'd of the County and State tract of land in Co. of Columbia, Ga. in the possession of one Joel Handby, Joseph Evans, and Richard Buffington. We appoint William Stark ( or his attorney) to recover said land.
Feb 3, 1791 Eliander Kilgore (seal) Elizabeth Kilgore (seal) Catherine Kilgore (seal) James Allison (seal) Mary Allison (seal) John Kilgore (seal)
wit: John Owens, David Hedgepeth, Elizabeth Wills (X) (Wills) ? Rec April 14, 1798
Oct. 5, 1795, Heirs Representatives and Distributors of Ralph Kilgore, dec'd(to wit) Elizabeth Kilgore, Katherine Kilgore, James & Mary Allison & Robert Kilgore, Jr. to William Stark of Columbia Co. for 200 pounds (dollars at 4 shillings and 8 pence ) 350 acres in Columbia Co. bounded by Little River, Evans Land, Howard's, Whitlock's and Douglass's
Elizabeth Kilgore, Catherine Kilgore, James Allison, Mary Allison, wit. Wm.Sally, Thos. J. Moore
Rec. Nov. 10, 1796
WHO IS THIS WILLIAM in 1799? Note that it would appear that Wm. Delaney is heir of his mother, Mary Kilgore Delaney Allison, who must now be deceased for William to be selling land that originally was owned by Ralph Kilgore and is now being sold by this daughter, Elizabeth and Catherine.
Columbia County, Georgia
Sept 4th 1799. r/Feb. 17th 1800. Elizabeth and Catherine KILGORE and WM. DELANEY, sell to JOHN MORELAND of Jefferson County for $500, a tract of 250 a. lying at the mouth of Big Kiokee Creek on the Savannah River, granted to RALPH KILGORE, Dec. 10th 1756. Ralph Kilgore was one of the earliest settlers, stating in his petition dated April 1755, that "he had a wife and one child, and wishes 250 acres on mouth of Cayoke, about 14 miles above Augusta".
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