Note: rockman, Jr., but she is too old to be their child. Something must be wrong. I have unlinked Sarah Brockman from those parents. [There is a marriage in Orange Co., VA 13 Sep 1785 of Sarah Brockman, d/o Samuel Brockman, Jr., to Thomas Bibb. This may have been confused for Thomas Bell here.] (Notes from ubolling database of A. D. Smith May 2007) Orange County Will Abstracts 1778-1821 Book 5 p. 151 (266-267) Will of Sarah Bell. lend to my daughter, Suckey Bolling, the wife of John Bolling of Georgia .. (then to) my granddaughter, Polly Bolling, daughter of Suckey Bolling.. give to my daughter, Salley, the wife of Dabney Wright of Orange .. appoint my son, Brockman Bell, of Albemarle my true and lawful executor .. this 13th day of July 1818. In the presence of (Signed) Sarah Bell Dabney Minor Joseph (his mark) Wright, Elizabeth (her mark) Wright. At a court held .. 22nd May 1819 ..proved .. and ordered to be recorded p. 159 (344-345) Account of sales of estate of Sarah Bell, dec'd 13 May 1819. Amount $1450.80 on sales to John Bowling, Brockman Bell, James Robinson and Dabney Wright. Returned into court 23 May 1820 Orange County Court House Will Book 5 page 66 The Will of Sarah Bell In the name of God Amen I Sarah Bell of the county of Orange calling to mind the uncertainty of human life and desirous of making a disposition of such property as I may possess do make ordain and declare this to be my last will and testament. Ist I lend to my daughter Sukey Bolling the wife of John Bolling of Georgia, a negro girl named Peggy now in my possession during the natural life of my said daughter Suckey and at her death I give and bequeath the said negro girl Peggy with all her future increase to my granddaughter Polly Bolling the daughter of the said Suckey Bolling and her heirs forever, with this provision that incase the said Polly Bolling should die without lawful issue from her body then the said girl Peggy with all her increase shall be divided by sale or otherwise in equal portions among the other children and their heirs of the said Suckey Bolling. 2nd I give and bequeath to my daughter Sally the wife of Dabney Wright of Orange and to her heirs forever a negros woman named Esther now in my possession and all her future increase. And I hereby constitute and appoint my son Brockman Bell of Albemarle my true and lawful executor of this my last will and testament. As witness my hand and seal this 13th day of July 1818 Signed, sealed and acknowledged In presence of Sarah Bell (seal) Dabney Minor Joseph X Wright mark Elizabeth X Wright mark Thomas is listed in Orange County, Va. Families, Vol. 3, as a Vestrymen at St. Thomas Parish November 1764. Orange County Will Book 5 p. 339-340 Brockman Bell, executor to the estate of THOMAS AND SARAH BELL. May 13, 1819 from sales of Thomas Bell's estate $6315.37 1/2; Amount of sales of Sarah Bell's do. $1450.80. Legacies of $1216.80 to Roger Bell, William Bell, John Boling, Larkin Clark, Dabney Wright, Brockman Bell. Account settled by Thos. Coleman, Wm. Stevens, Richard Johnson. Returned into court 22 nd May 1820. p. 342-344 Account of sales of the estate of THOMAS BELL, dec'd, May 13th 1819. Sales made to Dabney Wright, Brockman Bell, William Bell, Roger Bell, John Bowling, Oswell Murphy, James Robinson, James Daniel...totalling $2400.. Returned into court 23rd May 1820.
Note: Someone reported that Sarah Brockman was dau of Mary Bell and Samuel B
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