Person:William Killingsworth (10)

William Killingsworth, I
b.1653 Virginia
  • HWilliam Killingsworth, I1653 - 1709
  • WAvis JonesAbt 1670 - 1711
m. Abt 1683
  1. Lucy Killingsworth - 1767
  2. Richard Killingsworth - 1733
  3. William Killingsworth, IIAbt 1690 - 1735
  4. John Thomas KillingsworthAbt 1698 - 1748
Facts and Events
Name William Killingsworth, I
Gender Male
Birth? 1653 Virginia
Marriage Abt 1683 to Avis Jones
Will[1] 7 Mar 1709 Surry County, Virginia
Death? Dec 1709 Surry County, Virginia

WILLIAM KILLINGSWORTH was born in 1663 in Virginia.

William married AVIS JONES, daughter of WILLIAM JONES and MARSHA GILERIST, about 1690.

William had 60 acres holdings in Surry County, Virginia in the Quit Rents of 1704.

William made his will in Surry County, Virginia on March 7, 1709.

William died December 1709 in Surry County, Virginia.

  1. In the name of God Amen - I William Killingsworth, being weak in body but perfect memory, do make and appoint, this my last will and testament.

    Permis: I give and bequeath to my son William Killingsworth; My old plantat(ion). Land bounded. Thus with an addition of a neck of land lying between, to plantations; divided by a line of mark'd trees the outware parts, beginning; at a mark'd whitewood in ye north of a branch going ye lower ground of my old plantation So by line of mark'd trees downward to a branch to a mark'd live oak by ye plantat(ion) I now live atts. So up ye, said branch to a mark'd pine standing at ye head line of ye said land a round ye said _______ to ye first beginning. & a year old heifer marked co ll a crop & two Slitts in neck ear & on overkeck in yee years to him and his heirs forever.

    Item: I give to my daughter Lucy Gullidge one young sow to Yee vallin _______ half a crown to her and her heirs forever.

    Item: I give to my son John Killingsworth ye: remaining part of my land being Ye: plantation: I now Lives att to him and his heirs forever.

    Lastly I appoint constitute and ordain my true and loving wife Avis Killingsworth my whole and sole Escuet. Of this my last will and testament and do give her priviledge (sic) of letting or tending any part of my afores, land during her widowhood, but if she doth marry then only Yee; plantation I now live att yee; during her life time - This being yee; sume (sic) of this my last will & testament so may not be violated - as wittness (sic) my hand and Seal, this Testis;

    William Killingsworth

    Jn. Cooke
    Mary Underwood (her mark)
    Sarah F. Bullivant (her mark)

    Att; A Court held at Southwork for the county of Surry March 7, 1709

    The Above will was this day proved in court by Yee: Oat(h)s of Jn. Cooke, Sarah Bulluvant; Witnesses there to.

    Jn. Allen (could be Jn. Alton), Clk.