Person:Nicholas Haile (4)

Nicholas Haile
m. WFT Est 1641-1645
  1. George HealeAbt 1643 - Aft 1698
  2. Nicholas Haile1656 - 1730
m. 1702
  1. Nicholas Haile1702 - 1748
  2. John HaileAbt 1706 - Aft 1793
  3. George HaileEst 1708 - Abt 1791
Facts and Events
Name Nicholas Haile
Alt Name[1][2][3] Nicholas Haile, II
Gender Male
Birth? 1656 Lancaster County, Virginia
Alt Birth[1][2] 8 Apr 1660 Calne, Wiltshire, England
Marriage 1702 to Frances Garrett
Death? 29 Mar 1730 Baltimore County, Maryland
Alt Death[1][2] 29 Mar 1730 Baltimore, Maryland, USA



Will of Nicholas Haile

IN THE NAME OF GOD, AMEN. I, NICHOLAS HAILE of Baltimore County, in the Providence of Maryland, being weak of body but of perfect mind and memory, thanks be given to God for the same, hoping and sure trusting him for remission of my sins through His Son Jesus Christ our Saviour and knowing the uncertainty of this mortal life have ordained and do ordain this to be MY LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT and I do hereby utterly disallow and make of no value all other former wills made but do fully confirm this MY LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT. I also will that my beloved wife, Frances Haile to be my whole and soule executrix of this my Last Will and Testament and I do trust to her for a decent burial. I also will that all funeral charges and just debts be honestly and loyally paid and discharged.
Item 1. I will unto my eldest son, Nicholas Haile, half that tract of land called Haile's Fellowship where on he now liveth to him and his heirs of his body lawfully begotten forever; the said land to be divided right across the middle and I will that my son GEORGE HAILE shall have the upper and next to George Hitchcock's to him and his heirs of his body lawfully begotten forever but and if my two sons, Nicholas Haile and George Haile leave no lawful heirs then his part or parts of land to the next of kin and to be consigned as aforesaid forever.
Item 2. I say I will to my beloved wife, Frances Haile my now dwelling plantation called Part of Merryman's Lot and my now plantation called HAILES' Addition to her for her use without molestation during her natural life and after her demise to my son Neale Haile and my daughter Mary Haile.
Item 3. To my son NEALE HAILE my now dwelling plantation which is called Part of Merryman's Lot to him and his heirs forever; also I will that my son Neale Haile to have part of that tract of land called Haile's Addition adjoining to my now dwelling plantation and to be?? a great stone standing upon Great Run of this tract and to run with a straight line to a bounded black ?? standing on the land called Haile's Addition to my son Neale Haile and his heirs lawfully begotten forever, and if he die without heirs lawfully begotten then all his land to the next of kin.
Item 4. I also will that my eldest daughter MARY HAILE shall have all the remainder part of that tract of land called Haile's Addition to her and her heirs of her body lawfully begotten forever, but and if she die without issue lawfully begotten then that land to the next of kin.
Item 5. I will unto my two daughters, HANNAH HAILE and ANN HAILE my tract of land called MOUNT PLEASANT containing 150 acres to be equally divided between them and for them and their heirs lawfully begotten forever. Hannah to have her first choice but and if they, one or both, die without issue lawfully begotten then to the next of kin as above said.
Item 6. I give to my two daughters MILLISANT HAILE and my daughter SUBBINER HAILE 100 acres of land lying on Stony Run called HAILE'S FOLLY to be equally divided among them, Millisant to have her first choice, to them and their heirs forever, but and if they die without issue lawfully begotten then to the next of kin and to each of them one heifer a piece besides their equal share in the moveable estate.
Item 7. I also will that my three old negroes be to my wife to maintain herself and my son Neale Haile as long as she liveth but and if my negro women bring children then the first child to my youngest daughter ANN HAILE and the next to the next youngest and so on till each one of my children have one negro child if so be that the negro woman or women should bring so many but and if my wife should die then the three old negroes to my son Neale Haile but and if he should die without issue then the next of kin.
Item 8. I will that my son George Haile have the mare colt that is now with and come of my mare called Dainsy and the next colt that wither of my mares bring to my daughter Ann and the next to my son Neale Haile. Also all the rest of my personal estate to be divided equally among all my children.
Dated: 27th day of February 1729/30
(Signed) Nicholas Haile (Seal)
Witnessed by John Merryman, Sr., Johannah Merryman and Francis Hinckley.

[Source: Will found in Box 5, Folder 1, Hall of Records, Annapolis, MD.]

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Find A Grave.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Global, Find A Grave Index for Non-Burials, Burials at Sea, and other Select Burial Locations, 1300s-Current.
  3. Yates Publishing. U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900: [database online] (not considered a reliable primary source). (Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004)
    Source number: 25.000; Source type: Electronic Database; Number of Pages: 1; Submitter Code: FJA.