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Re: William LITTLE Family Bible, GA, 1775
Posted by: John R. Clarke Date: June 25, 2001 at 06:16:46
In Reply to: William LITTLE Family Bible, GA, 1775 by David Little of 379

As I mentioned in another post, there may be an unnamed daughter of Woodson DANIEL and Nancy GOUGE that may have married a William LITTLE. That is the only explanation I can make for the legacy left to this William LITTLE in the 1791 Will of Woodson DANIEL, Sr. of Wake County, GA.
Benjamin "Woodson" DANIEL, Sr. married Nancy GOUGE about 1757, probably in Goochland County, VA. The only name of a daughter that is missing from this family is that of Nancy, so her name could well have been Nancy DANIEL and she could have been born between c1758 and 1775. I also noticed that Nancy is a name in your combined Little and Patterson family.

Will of Woodson DANIEL, Sr.
Wake County Wills Book C
Daniell, Woodson, Sr. Will R 15 May 1792 p. 306 In the name of God amen. Wife Nancey Daniel: 160 a. tract of land whereon I now live; Negroes Jacob, Issabel, Dinah, household furniture; during her life and after to be divided among all children. Son John Daniel: Negroes Will, Milley. son-in-law William Clemments and my daughter Elizabeth Clemments: Negroes Patt, Nathan. Son-in-law James Parker and daughter Charlotte Parker: Negroes Alice and Hannah. Son David Daniel: Negroes Ben, Patt daughter of Bess. Son-in-law Spencer Talley and daughter Winney Talley: Negroes Tabitha, Issac. Son Woodson Daniel: 160 A. of land on the Neuse River adjoining tract where on I now live. Daughter Frankey Daniel: Negroes Rebeccah, Jem ( son of Jude). Daughter Polly Daniel: Negroes Issabell ( daughter of Dinah), Cook. Son William Daniel: Negroes Bess, Hubbard, Daniel. To the heirs of William Little, dec'd: 200 a. tract of land in Granville Co. adjoining the lands of Thomas Clemments, Willis Tucker, John Story, and John Comer Peek. Sell my half of grist and saw mills together with residue of property not given away to pay debts. 100 a. of land to be sold with the mill and ferry, allowing 12 months credit. 7 June 1791
Executors: Friends William Reeves, Thomas Tomlinson, Son John and wife Nancey.
Witnesses: Rd. Banks, Jesse Rice, William (+) Carpenter


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