Person:Nathan Gladson (1)

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Nathan Gladson
b.abt. 1754 Maryland
m. 1751
  1. Nathan GladsonAbt 1754 - Abt 1810
  2. Arthur Gladstone1760 - Aft 1830
  • HNathan GladsonAbt 1754 - Abt 1810
  • WAnn HobbsAbt 1763 - Abt 1819
m. bef. 1781
  1. Daniel Gladson1781 - 1832
  2. John Gladson1782 -
  3. Araminta Gladson1783 - Aft 1850
  4. Elizabeth Gladson1790 - 1851
  5. Levin Madison Gladson1790 - 1858
  6. Joshua D. Gladson1792 - 1857
  7. Nathan Gladson1797 - 1843
Facts and Events
Name Nathan Gladson
Alt Name Nathaniel Gladstone
Gender Male
Birth[1] abt. 1754 Maryland
Marriage bef. 1781 to Ann Hobbs
Death[1] abt. April 1810 Guilford County, North Carolina

Will Transcript

Nathan Gladson's Will - In the Name of God Amen I Nathan Gladson of the County of Guilford and the State of North Carolina being weak in body but sound in memory have thought proper to make this to be my final will and testament in manner and form as follows. F
First I give and bequeath unto my Beloved wife Ann Gladson the whole privilege of my plantation houses and stock excepting only such things as may be here to otherwise disposed of and to be at her disposal during her natural life.
Secondly I give unto my eldest son Daniel Gladson five shillings.
Thirdly I give to my four sons Levin Gladson , John Gladson, Joshua Gladson, and Nathan Gladson all my land and improvements to be theirs at their mother’s death to be divided between them according to quantity and qualityLevin to have where he now lives
Fourthly I give unto my two daughters Minte Gullett and Elizabeth Hacket all my moveable estate at there mother’s death to be equally divide between them.
I allow my new wagon two horses and a quantity of whiskey and a parcel of tobacco one bed and furniture one cow and calf to be sold to pay my debts
I do appoint for my executor William Killingsworth and Levin Gladson
In witness hereof I have here unto let my hand and affixed my Seal this 29 Day of March in the year of our Lord 1810
(Signed) Nathan Gladson [Seal]
Witnessed:
John Donkins
Edward Weatharly
[Source: North Carolina Wills, WB A/137AR, 246.75.666; Original in the North Carolina State Archives, Raleigh, North Carolina 24 March 1810].
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Ancestry.com. Public Member Trees: (Note: not considered a reliable primary source).
  2.   Ancestry.com. Public Member Trees: (Note: not considered a reliable primary source).