Person:John Hines (12)

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Name John Hines
Gender Male
Birth? 1740 Southhampton County, Virginia
Death? 17 Aug 1803 Southhampton County, Virginia
Will[1] 17 Sep 1803 Southampton County, Virginia

JOHN HINES was born in 1740 in Southhampton County, Virginia.

John married ANN SCARBOROUGH.

John died on August 17, 1803 in Southhampton County, Virginia.

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  1. John Hines' Will was written, October 24, 1797, Proved September 17, 1803 in Southampton County, Virginia, as follows:

    "I, John Hines, of Southampton County being of sound and disposing mind and memory do make and ordain this to be my last will and testament in manner and form following:

    First, I give and bequeath unto my son, Edwin Hines, two Negroes namely Jim and Amey with their increase from this date to him and his heirs forever.

    Secondly, I give and bequeath unto my daughter, Lydia Scarborough, two Negroes, Patt and Mathew to her and her heirs forever.

    Thirdly, I give and bequeath unto my grandson, Jesse Hill, son of Isaac Hill, the land and plantation I purchased of my son Edwin Hines, to him and his heirs. But in case he should not survive his mother nor leave no lawful heir I have it in my will and desire that the said land should be sold to my executor hereafter mentioned and the money arising from the sale thereof be equally divided amongst all my daughter Milly's children or their legal representative.

    Fourthly, I lend unto my daughter Milley the aforesaid land and plantation during her natural life time and after her death to go and pass in manner aforesaid. I also give unto my daughter Milley one Negro girl, Celia with her increase from this date to her and her heirs forever.

    Fifthly, I give and bequeath unto my daughter, Tempy, two Negroes, Ned and Decie, with their increase from this date to her and her heirs forever.

    Sixthly, I give and bequeath unto my daughter, Peggy, two Negroes, Kitt and Rhoda, with their increase from this date to her and her heirs forever.

    Seventh, I give and bequeath unto my daughter, Nancy, three Negroes, Jack and Fenly and Ongedi with their increase from this date to her and her heirs forever. Also the land and plantation I one on the Mussock Swamp to her and her heirs forever.

    Eighthly, I lend unto my wife, Ann, the use and labor of four Negroes, Sam, Mike, Sue and Isham, also the remainder of my estate not before given away and also the use of the land and plantation I purchased of Thomas Clements Butts during her life and after her death, I direct that the Negroes so lent and also their increase together with all the estate lent as aforesaid (except the land) be sold and money arising from the sales then to be equally divided amongst all my children or their representatives.

    Ninethly, I give and bequeath unto my two daughters, Tempe and Peggy, the land and plantation I purchased from Thomas C. Butts subject to their mother's use during her life time to be equally divided between them to them and their heirs forever.

    Tenthly, it is my will and desire that if either of my daughters, Nancy, Tempy or Peggy should die without lawful issue in that case the land given to them should go and pass and descend to the survivor or survivors of (Illegible).

    Lastly, I constitute and appoint my wife and my son, my executors to this my last will and testament and it is my last will and desire that my estate be not appraised.

    In Witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this twenty-fourth day of October in the year of our Lord, 1797.
    Signed: John Hines Signed: Witness unto of: Barry J. D.
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