Here are the notes that I have for this Philip THURMOND, SR in the TOTALFAM database. Hope it helps.
Source: Thurmans in America p 256. 21 May 1704 baptized St Peters, New Kent
Co., VA., Douglas Register page 307.
Source: Henry Williams email@example.com 30 Apr 99.
Source: IGI AFN: CT2X-1B. 15 Jun 99. Gives marriage as 1738. THURMOND Surname.
Source: Records of only two children of Richard Thurmond, are recorded in the
"Vestry of St. Peter's Parish Register, New Kent and James City Counties,
1664-1786." They are: Mabell, daughter of Richard Thurmond, baptized 24 May
1702 and Philip, son of Richard Thurmond, baptized 21 May 1704.
Source: The birth or baptism of Philip Thurmond is recorded in St. Paul's
Parish Register, New Kent and James City Counties, Virginia. Philip Thurmond
moved to Albemarle County, Virginia where he appears on the records quite
early. He lived in Saint Ann's Parish, Albemarle County. He owned land on Dog
Creek, containing 400 acres adjoining Colo. Martin, Arthur Hopkins and Thomas
Appleberry. Philip Thurman located on Buck Mountain Creek and Doyles River in
Albemarle County, Virginia 1776. these in Buck Mountain region seem to have
disappeared, disposed of their property and removed from the county about 1790.
(History of Albemarle County, Virginia by Woods, page 330.)Philip Thurman
wrote his will in 1771, same being probated 1774 and recorded in will Book 2
page 309. His wife was living when the will was written.
Source: Will of Philip Thurmond
Clerk's Office Albemarle County, Virginia.
1774 Will of Philip Thurmond Senr. Book 2 page 309.
IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN, I Philip Thurmond, Senr. of Saint Ann's Parish of
Albemarle County being in perfect health and sound memory do constitute this to
be my last Will and Testament Revoking and annulling all other wills and
Testaments and do appoint this to be observed in the following manner.
Imprimis. I do order all these debts or dues as I owe to any person what
soever shall well and Truly paud off by my Executors hereafter named.
ITEM. I land to my dear and Loving wife this Tract of Land as I now live on
with the plantation and housing and six negroes Peter, Charles, Sam, Jenny,
Manner, Age. Three feather bedds & furniture & the rest of my household goods
and the third part of my stock of all sorts of all during her natural life, or
widowhood but if she marrys or it be pleased God to call her out of this Life,
then the Land to be sold at the highest bidder & and be equally divided among
my five sons John Thurmond, Benjamin Thurmond, Phillip Thurmond, William
Thurmond, and Thomas Thurmond, then the above mentioned negroes stock &
household goods to be sold at the highest bidder & be equally divided among all
my children boys & girls. Elizabeth Thurmond the wife of John Thurmond, to
have an equal part with the Rest at my Decease -- at my Decease the Tract of
Land lying on Dog Creek containing four hundred acres joining Colo. Martin's
Land, Arthur Hopkins & Thomas Appleberry's Land to be sold at the highest
Bidder and be Equally divided among my five sons John Thurmond, Benjamin
Thurmond, Philip Thurmond, & William Thurmond and Thomas Thurmond. Then all
the Rest of my negroes and stock to be sold at the highest bidders & be Equally
divided among my children Boys & girls. Elizabeth Thurmond the wife of John
Thurmond and Equal part with the rest and I constitute & appoint my wife Mary
Thurmond, John Henderson Jr., my son John Thurmond and son Philip Thurmond all
Executors of this my Last will & Testament & ()() to my wife & children. In
witness whereof I have ()()() & seal this Eight day of October in the year of
our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Seventy one.
Thurmond, Senr. (Seal)
(Almost illegible) his his
William Appleberry William X Burgess Edward X Burgess
At Albemarle October Courts 1774. This will was presented to court and proved
by the oath of Thomas Kent, William Appleberry and William Burruss. Three
Witnesses thereto and ordered to be Recorded and on the notion of John
Henderson, John Thurmond & Philip Thurman. Executors therein, named who made
() () () () ()
() in the form on their giving security whereupon they Entered into bond with
William Gooch, David Duncan, Thomas Na(), John Dickson, & Thomas Dickerson their
Securities and acknowledged it accordingly. Teste: John Nichols Clk.
I declare this to be a true copy of the will of Phillip Thurmond, Senior, as
recorded in the Clerk's Office of Albemarle County, Virginia. Copied by me.
Jennie T. Grayson, October 1950.
Source: Frank Hudson firstname.lastname@example.org. 30 Apr 00. Changed Surname to THURMOND.
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