Person:John Green (186)

Watchers
  • HJohn Green1722 - 1768
  • WJane Owen1722 - 1775
m. abt. 1743/44
  1. Mary GreenBef 1748 -
  2. Elizabeth GreenBef 1750 - 1816
  3. Anne 'Nancy' GreenBef 1768 - 1812
Facts and Events
Name John Green
Gender Male
Birth? 10 January 1722 Bristol Parish, Prince George County, Virginia
Marriage abt. 1743/44 Lunenburg County, Virginiato Jane Owen
Death? November 1768 Lunenburg, Lunenburg County, Virginia

Will Abstract

28 Apr 1768: Will of John Green of Lunenburg County.
To wife Jane, his mill & 110 acres of tract where he lives, all his stock (except mare, cow & calf), all moveable effects, to be divided at his death between son James & 5 youngest daughters Jane, Ann, Peggy, Sary, Alse; to son Thomas, 150 acres where he now lives; to son James, young bay mare & cow & calf, 100 acres of tract where testator lives; to John Richey, 50 acres of tract where said son Thomas lives; remainder of tract where son Thomas lives not willed away to be sold & money divided equally between son James & 5 youngest daughters; to son William, 1 shilling 6 pence; to eldest daughter Mary Calliham, 1 shilling 6 pence; to daughter Elizabeth Gee, 1 shilling 6 pence; appoints wife Jane and sono James sole exors.
Wit: William Johnson, John Chamblis, Joseph Dunman.
Rec 10 Nov 1768 by sd. exor James Green
[Source: Lunenburg County, Virginia Will Book 2, Page 339].

Estate Inventory

10 Aug 1769 - Inventory/appraisal estate John Green decd.: 14 heat cattle, mare, 2 feather beds/furniture, horse, parsel pewter, 2 butter potts, dcup, 2 juggs, spice mortor, box iron/hetters, chest & box, gunn, warming pann, 3 iron potts/2 pr hooks, 2 old axes, 2 iron wages [wedges?], coopers ax, parsel old iron, old cross cut saw, 4 old augors/gouche, old gin/parsel old laumber, old loom/slay/harness, 2 old saddles, 2 old wheels/1 spindle, 3 old pails, 7 books, pair money scales, looking glass, baxon, ponger, candlestick, 6 chears, pair old mill stones/picks, spindle horns, old steel trap, pair traces/heams, be hime, spad, smiths hammer, 5 head hoggs, 2 old sickles, grind stone; value L40/6/4
Recorded 10 Aug 1769
Sig: Thomas Moody, Francis Neblet, Matthew Organ
[Source: Lunenburg County, Virginia Will Book 2, Page 345].


Records in Virginia

Feb. 14, 1804-Lunenburg County, Virginia Deed book 20:6 - Witnessed by Samuel Ussery, Mathew Callaham, William Hammons and John Ussery, Jr. by which the legatees of JOHN GREEN, deceased sold 110 acres of his estate land to John Blackwell. The legatees are John Ussery and wife Ann, JAMES GREEN and wife ANN, Francis Gee, William Ragsdale and wife Milly, Anna Gee, Jeremiah Gee and Jesse Gee, Jr. Of these legatees, Ussery's wife Ann and JAMES GREEN appear to be the children of the deceased JOHN GREEN; the other legatees appear to be heirs of GREEN daughter who married Benjamin Gee; Gee's 1815 will does not mention his wife but does list his sons Francis, Jeremiah, and Jesse; an executor is soon-in-law William Ragsdale (LWB7:115) The land that Green's legatees sold adjoined Willim Fisher's mill pond on the said Blackwell's line.
References
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