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Posted by: T Price (ID *****4045) Date: December 12, 2010 at 16:11:00
In Reply to: my by candi hollifield of 2348

Possible Clue: Mary Crane (Crain) Youngblood

Subject: Will of William Crain, Rutherford, NC
Surname: Crane, Brock, Gooch, Waters, Corn, Parks, Gizzle
SOURCE:Rutherford County,NC Wills and Misc. Records-1783-1868, p 38. 15 Feb
1818. Recorded Oct Court 1837. I,WILLIAM CRAIN,being sick and weak in body
yet of perfect mind and memory. I give unto my wife Elizabeth Crain 150
acres of land, including my plantation and premises during her life, also
all my stock of horses, cattle, sheep and hogs for her use. At her decease
mypresent plantation including the 150 acres to fall to my son Martin Crain.
I give unto William James Collins 50 acres joining my present plantation. I
give to my son Hiram Crain150 acres from a 300
acre survey in Pendleton District. SC. He may have a choice of the tracts,
but not to separate the survey. I give unto James Crain's two daughters,
Eunice and Susey, the other 150 acres of the survey to be divided between
them. 100 acres of land lying in Spartenburgh District.SC on Lawson's Fork
to be sold and the money divided amongst John Crain, POLLY YOUNGBLOOD,
William Crain, Sally Ledbetter, Delila Crain and James Crain. I appoint my
wife Elizabeth Crain and son Hiram Crain my executors. Wit: John Lusk, James
X Ross, jurat. Signed: Wm Crain.

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