Person:Moses Turpin (1)

Moses Turpin
b.1 January 1757 Augusta County, Virginia
m. 1749
  1. Jonthan Turpin1750 -
  2. Solomon TurpinAbt 1751/52 - 1824
  3. Moses Turpin1757 - 1817
  4. James Turpin1758 - 1777
  5. Martin Turpin1761 - 1834
  6. Samuel Turpin1762 -
m. 27 November 1781
  1. Moses Turpin1782 - 1838
  2. Mary 'Polly' Turpin1784 - 1867
  3. Solomon Turpin1785 - 1851
  4. Samuel Turpin1789 - 1880
  5. Mariane 'Mirium' Turpin1790 - 1844
  6. Delilah TurpinAbt 1791 - 1873
Facts and Events
Name Moses Turpin
Gender Male
Birth[1] 1 January 1757 Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage 27 November 1781 Greenbrier County, Virginiato Magdalene Black
Death[1] 10 January 1817 Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky

Moses Turpin was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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Will Transcript

In the name of God Amen, I Moses Turpin of the Countyof Pulaski and state of Kentucky being in a low state of health but of sound mind do make this may last will and testament and bequeath as follows; After all my just debts and funeral charges are paid.
I bequeath to my wife Magdalene the tract of land that I now live on containing one hundred and sixty acres also a tract adjoining the containing eighty acres to have during her natural life also to have three head of horses at her choice of the stock also three cows and calves also all my stock of hogs also all my _____ furniture also all my debts that are due to me except a debt on William Hays and a debt on William Davis to have the above property to dispose of as she may see proper also do bequeath the above mentioned land to my three sons Moses Turpin, Solomon Turpin and Samuel Turpin at the death of my wife the said to be divided in five shares Moses to have one share Solomon two shares and Samuel two shares also do bequeath to my two daughters Mariam Roberts and Delilah Turpin, a track of land adjoining Robert Tates containing eighty acres the said land to be sold and equally divided between them also do bequeath to my two daughters Polly Long and Mariam Roberts. two judgements against William Hays to be equally divided between them also do bequeath to my daughter Delilah Turpin a debt of fifty one dollars on William Davis and Gideon Roberts to be collected and paid on use until she comes of age also do bequeath Agness Hart one pacing sorrel horse also do bequeath to my daughter Delilah Turpin one bay horse called Rainbow also after my wife takes her three choices of the horses the next choice to be sold and the money to be put on use until my grandson Henry Turpin comes of age then to be for him......... Magdalene Turpin, I do appoint my wife Magdalene Turpin and Samuel Turpin executors.
(Signed) Moses Turpin
Signed sealed in the presents of Robert Tate, Samuel Tate, John Short, Reubin Short.
Presented at the County Court held for Pulaski County Court, 23 December 1816.
[Pulaski County, Kentucky; 1816; Probate Clerk; Vol 1, Pages 236-7]
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