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Marriage: Children:
  1. Ann Hill: Birth: ABT 1765 in Prince George, Maryland.


Notes
a. Note:   NI34474
Note:   Prince George's County MD Will Book Liber T No. #1; 1797-1803; Folio 453 JOHN HILL 06/24/--- 08l'23/1800 "being in Sound mind it Memory . ." Bequeaths to: 1. Clement Hill --son -to have the 1/2 of the land whereon testator now lives cal led "Baltimore" and to be divided so as to include the plantation and houses where he now lives -to have Negro man "Frank" Negro woman "Nell" and all the children she has had since 1780 2. Phillip Hill --son -to have the other 1/2 of the land where testator now lives and to be divided so as to include the houses and plantation where testator now Jives -to have Negro boy "Charles' son of "Polly" mulatto man "Tom"--a carpenter, Negro woman "Rose" and Negro woman "Jane 3 Ann Hill --daughter -100 acres of the land left to testator's sons to be laid off at the end of the land where Daniel Barron now lives so that she may work her Negroes during her single ]ife and to include the tobacco house and the house where Barron now lives and at her marriage to be divided between testator's sons Clement and Phillip -to have the 2 small rooms below stairs and to have free use of the passage or entry below stairs, and also to have of the garden yard. kitchen, dairy, and net house and to have free use of the stable during her single Jive and at her death or marriage to be the right of testator's son Phillip -to have Negro man "Jack" Negro man "Will" Negro woman "Fanny' and her 2 children -to have Lestator's riding horse and sulky 4. Richard Hill --son -to have all the eash whieh testator has by him when he dies along w/all bonds, notes of hand, etc. so that he might purchase land -to have Negro men "Sam" "Michael" Negro woman "Monica" Nero woman 'Suck" -remainder of the estate to be divided among testator's four children -three sons named executors of the will Witnesses: Benjamin Berry Thomas Waring Walter B. Beall Then came: Benjamin Berry and Thomas Waring Note; the testator signed the will in his own hand (contributed by Michael Marshall)


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