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a. Note:   WILL: Gen. Thomas Moore of Spartanburgh Dist, Oct 26 1817, to my beloved wife Mary one half of the plantation or tract of Land on which I now live vix. on the west side of the waggon Road opposite tomy field adj. John Miller, indlucing my dwelling called Fredonia and at her death to my son Andrew Barry. Also to my said wife the following negroes Dublin, Lucy (his wife), and their son Nelson, Davey and Hannah (his wife) and Nancy, one ox-cart, and a Yoke of oxen, one mule, etc. my four wheeled riding carriage, personal property shall desced to be equally divided between my sons Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Barry, and my dau. Anna Maria. To my son Charles Hamilton, tract called Berrygrove in Spartanburg Dist. and the following negroes Frank and his wife Flora, Charlotte, Emmy and Osbur, their children and a negro boy named little Prince one feather bed, my rifle gun, a saddle, etc. and one third of my library of books. To my son Thomas Jefferson all that part of the inclusive tract of land on which I now live lying below or south of the first mentioned line, and the following negroes viz. Neal and his wife Silla and their two sons Sword and Pistol, one third of my library of books. To my dau. Margaret Roddy in addition to the portion which she has already received on negro named Tom a set of Smith's tools now in Major John Roddy's possession and $25 which I lent her husband John Roddy. To my dau. Violet Barry in addition to the portion to which she has already received a negro named Primos. To my dau. Patsey Benson, in addition to the portion she has already received a negro Sam. To my dau. Rachel in addition to the negroes she has already received a negro man Will and a boy named Grandison, a feather bed, her saddle, a bay horse named Burton. To my dau. Betsey in addition to the negroes she has already received a negro boy Simon, a feather bed, a gray mare saddle. To my dau. Anna Maria the following negroes Cassey and her dau. Polley, Harry, and Charles and a Pianna-forte, all to be hers. To my son Andrew Barry, negroes viz a negro named Phillis, a boy called little Ned, John and Little Davy, one third part of my library of books, my large portrait or likeness in a quilt frame and my gold sleeve buttons. My exec. to sell my clock, Gigg and harness, waggon, one ox cart, my stills and all unbequeathed horses and plantation tools, for the purpose of paying my debts and placing suitable head stones on the graves of my first wife, my dau. Polley Smith, my son John Prices, and Mr. John Prices. Sons Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Barry, a classical education, and to my dau. Anna Maria such education ( as will enable her to make a respectable figure in society) and sciences as are generally taught in the best female academies. My brother Dr. Andrew B. Moore, guardian for my two sons Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Barry and my dau. Anna Maria. wife Mary exec. Dr. Andrew B. Moore and Charles Moore exec. Oct. 27 1817 witness H.W. Barry, Richard Barry Jr. and Vincent Tapp, proved Aug. 2, 1822.
  Died July 11 1822 in his 63rd year. He served several years in Congress and was a Major General in the War of 1812-1815. He was married first to Patsey Price, and 2nd to Mary Reagan.


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