Where did you find the reference to Nannie Ann Snead as a daughter of this Solomon & Rebecca Snead? Here is the text of the will as I transcribed it.
Last Will and Testament of SOLOMON SNEAD (1817) transcribed by N. K. Snead from copy of original obtained from the North Carolina Archives in Raliegh, NC.
Richmond County Original Wills, 1779-1915, CR.082.801.12
Snead, Solomon, 1817
In the Name of God Amen I Solomon Snead of the County of Richmond in the State of North Carolina being sick and weak in Body yet of sound mind and memory do make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form following that is to say, I give and bequeath unto my Dearly Beloved wife Rebecca one feather Bed and furniture, one chest, one loom and spinning wheel and cards, one Table, one chair, one Seed Heifer, one Glass tumbler, and one pint jug. And unto my Grand Son David Webb I give and bequeath one feather bed. I also give and bequeath unto my Son James Sneed all my land including the plantation whereon I now live together with my Negro man Isaac and my stock of cattle, hogs; one mare, household goods working tools farming utensils the present crop and every other thing which I possess except such as I have already devised or shall hereafter be particularly disposed of otherwise. I direct that my Son Saml Sneed sell my horse to the best advantage and return one half of the price in his own hands for his use and pay the other half when received over to my Son William Sneed, And I further direct and order my said Son Samuel Sneed to pay my son William Sneed fifty Dollars out of the Debts due me when collected and further direct my son Samuel Sneed to collect all Debts due unto me and also to pay all such as I justly owe. I also order and direct that my funeral charges be paid out of my outstanding Debts. I hereby authorize Empower and ordain my Son Samuel Sneed my Executor to this my Last Will and Testament.
Signed Sealed published and declared this to be my Last Will and Testament this twenty first day of June(?) 1817.
Solomon Snead (Seal)
In presence of
Younger Newton Jur
Angus (his mark) Priest
"Richmond County Dec Term 1817. The within was proven by Angus Priest ordered to be recorded. Martin D. Crawford."
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