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Re: Langleys of Edgefield
Posted by: sandra brown (ID *****2549) Date: January 22, 2004 at 13:32:01
In Reply to: Langleys of Edgefield by Clint Langley of 1566

From Edgefield County South Carolina Wills 1787-1836 by James E and Vivian Wooley p. 150

P.107 8 April 1822.. I, DAVID LANGLY, being weak in body but of sound mind & memory. I give unto my wife SARAH LANGLY during her life or widowhood all the land I possess lying on the South side of Spring Branch, one feather bed & furniture, one cow & calf, one chest, one cubboard, (torn) head of sheep,five hogs & my mare.. I give unto my wife son JAMES HAMILTON---(torn). I give to my two sons ELYA LANGLY & MANNING LANGLY all the rest of my land not given to my wife lying on the North side of Spring Branch & one horse colt & to my son ELIGA one bridle & saddle and one feather bed & furniture and to ELIGA & MANNING 2 sow, shats a piece..I give to my mother-in-law MARY ANDERSON one new unhorned cow-----?. I give to my dtr. MARY LANGLY one feather bed & furniture now (torn).. I give to my son one pided cow (torn) bequeath unto my grandchild Benj. Mark -----?. I give unto JAMES HAMILTON 50 acres of land after the death or marriage of my wife..I will that my son JAMES after Christmas day go live with his sister ELIZABETH MARK..I give the remainder of the land given to my wife, after the 50 ares given to JAMES HAMILTON is taken off, I give to my sons ELIGA & MANNING LANGLY equally..I appoint my brothe JONAH LANGLY and ISAAC HARRISON as executors..Wit: ALEXANDER HAMBLETON, WILLIAM H BUFFINGTON & DAVID HARDEN..Signed DAVID LANGLY..Proved by the oath of DAVID HARDEN this 24 June 1822 & same time qualified JONAH LANGLE. JN TIMKINS..

P. 276 15 Feb 1826...I, JOSIAH LANGLY, Senr., being in a tolerable state of health and of sound mind & memory and after my death I desire that my just debts be paid & the debts due me be collected & my cotton hand be sold to pay the debts, if this is not enough than I desire my executors to sell the tract of land I bought from JOSEPH GENNINGS that joins JAMES HARRISON & SAMUEL HALL to be sold to pay my debts..I leave to my beloved wife MARY LANGLY during her natural life whereon I now live containing 100 acres which I bought from SAMUEL CARTER also two negroes named Fanny & Eady, tools, household & kitchen furniture, my two horse carriage & two horses & half of all my cows, hogs &sheep.. I give to my son JACOB LANGLY 150 acres of land lying on the North side of Cuffeetown Creek, MATHEW BANETS land & MATHEW RHOADS and land I bought from JOHN SLAPPLY & Five Notched road..I give to my son HENRY LANGLY 200 acres of land on both sides of Cufeetown Creek so as to take in the mill & WILLIAM H BUFFINGTON & THORNTON land to join the land I bought form THOMAS LEVIN & through the tract I bought form SLAPPY and CULPEPPER also two negroes named Major & Reubin, two horses, one mare, one cream colored mule.. I give my son WILLIAM LANGLY 150 acres of land joining the land I gave to JACOB LANGLY & the Five Notched road to Ready Creek..I give to my son JEFFERSON LANGLY 150 acres of land joining the land I gave to WILLIAM...I leave to my dtr. REBECCA DORRIS 100 acres of land joining the land I gave to JEFFERSON, with the back line joining CAPEHART line to be left in the hand of my executors during her life & then to her children..I give to my dtr. LUCY DORRIS 100 acres of land during her life & at her death to go to her children joining the land left to REBECCA..I leave in the hand of my executor 100 acres of land to my dtr. SUSANNAH CHEATUM joing land left to LUCY..I give to my grandson WASHINGTON HALL 100 acres joining ALEXANDER HAMILTON land & MANNINE LANGLY & WILLIAM PRESSLY land..I leave to my wife one negro named Sharlet during her widowhood and the rest of my negroes I give to my son HENRY LANGLY..The rest of my property to be sold & the proceeds divided among my children..I appoint my sons WILLIAM & HENRY LANGLY as my executors. Wit: I. HARRISON, ALEXANDER HAMILTON & WILLIAM H BUFFINGTON...Signed JOSIAH (x) LANGLY..Proved by the oath of I. HARRISON & WILLIAM H BUFFINGTON this 6 Oct 1828..Same time qualified HENRY & WILLIAM LANGLY as executors to the within..JN. TIMKINS, O.E.D.

Susannah married James Cheatum (Cheatham) one of my kinfolk

Hope this helps
Sandra


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