Person:Nathaniel Shotwell (1)

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Nathaniel Shotwell
 
d.1855
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Name[1] Nathaniel Shotwell
Gender Male
Will[3][4] 03 Jan 1842 Jackson County, Georgia
Death[2] 1855
References
  1. Faye Stone Poss, transcriber. Jackson County, Georgia Will Abstracts, Books A & B 1803 - 1888. (Fernandina Beach, Florida: Wolfe Publishing, 1995), 175-176, from Jackson Co., Ga. Will Bk. A, p. 246.

    Reference number: Noah B. Coker & Eleanor Shotwell

  2. Faye Stone Poss, transcriber. Jackson County, Georgia Will Abstracts, Books A & B 1803 - 1888. (Fernandina Beach, Florida: Wolfe Publishing, 1995), 175-176, from Jackson Co., Ga. Will Bk. A, p. 246.

    Reference number: Noah B. Coker & Eleanor Shotwell

  3. Faye Stone Poss, transcriber. Jackson County, Georgia Will Abstracts, Books A & B 1803 - 1888. (Fernandina Beach, Florida: Wolfe Publishing, 1995), 175-176, from Jackson Co., Ga. Will Bk. A, p. 246.

    Reference number: Noah B. Coker & Eleanor Shotwell

  4. "Jackson Co., Ga. Will Abstracts, Will Book A, 1803 - 1860, p. 246 Nathaniel Shotwell. Will dated Jan. 3, 1842, probated Dec. 3, 1855, recorded Dec. 5, 1855, pp. 391-392 . . . being old & infirm in body . . . I give & bequeathe to my Son Jesse S. Shotwell $10. I give & bequeathe to my Dau. Eleanor Koker (Coker) my Negro boy Lancaster. I give & bequeathe to my beloved wife Rebecca during her natural life - if it should please God she survive me - the plantation whereon I now reside, with all the farming tools horses hogs & cattle of all kinds, house hold & kitchen firnature together with the following Negroes to wit Aggy, Jude, Patience, Adaline, Mary, Jim & Anderson. "It is my will that John L. Williamson attend to see that my Wife wants for nothing that can be procured that will render her comfortable & happy her remaining days. At the death of my Wife it my Will that all the property in which she lives a life Estate contained in the fifth item of this will together with the increase thereof be the property of John L. Williamson & after her death I hereby give & bequeath the same to said John L. Williamson . . ."
    Executrix: Rebecca Shotwell, & Executor: Son-in-law, John L. Williamson. Witnesses: Anderson Orr, Henry Merk & B. H. Overby
    Nathaniel Shotwell names wife Rebecca, son Jesse S., daughter Eleanor Koker and son-in-law John L. Williamson