Anne OpieAft 1773 - Aft 1849 (> 76 years)
Name Anne Opie Birth Aft 1773 Northumberland County, Virginia Gender Female Death Aft 1849 Lincoln County, Missouri Person ID I114409 Tree1 Last Modified 24 Sep 2023
Father Lindsay Opie, b. 11 Jan 1740, Northumberland County, Virginia d. 15 Mar 1785, Northumberland County, Virginia - probate (Age 45 years) Relationship natural Mother Elizabeth McAdam, b. Aft 1744, Lancaster County, Virginia d. Bef 20 Apr 1785, Northumberland County, Virginia (Age < 39 years) Relationship natural Marriage Abt 1773 Lancaster County, Virginia Family ID F48451 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Family John Smith Ball, b. Aft 1765, Lancaster County, Virginia d. 30 Dec 1858, Lincoln County, Missouri (Age < 91 years) Family ID F48454 Group Sheet | Family Chart Last Modified 24 Sep 2023
1783-1785 Record Book #12; Northumberland Co Va, (Lewis & Booker): Page 212
McAdam, Joseph, Physician and Surgeon
W. W. 20 April 1785(1788)---W. P. 9 December 1788
Wife Sarah Ann-a chair and two chair horses, all my china ware, and her choice of bed and furniture besides her dower.
Son George Thomas, and daughters Martha, and Charlotte McAdam-one young grown negro, and one bed and furniture to each of them, as to make their proportions equal to that I have given my married daughters, vizt: Sarah C. Conway, Janette Brown, and Ann Keene. Son George Thomas McAdam-all my lands and houses in Wiccocomoco and Saint Stephens Parish.
My executors to inclose the grave yard at my dwelling house on the head of "Coan River," Northumberland County, where my two dear sons John and Charles lie, with a sufficient brick wall at the expense of my son George Thomas. A marked tomb stone to be put over my grave in a genteel manner.
Each of my daughters, vizt: Sarah Conway, Janette Brown, Ann Keene, Martha, and Charlotte McAdam-a mourning ring apiece.
Grandaughters Ann, and Janette Opie, if they survive me-a young negro girl about their age, on condition that their father Lindsey Opie, shall give to my grandson Leroy Opie, a young negro man or woman of the value of eighty pounds specie in the room of Agga, a negro woman slave I lent to my daughter Elizabeth, deceased wife to Lindsey Opie, which Lindsey Opie sold for eighty pounds.
Rest of my estate both real and personal, to be divided equally between my children or their heirs, vizt:-Sarah C. Conway, Janette Brown, Ann Keene, Martha, Charlotte, and George Thomas McAdam.
Wife shall not be molested or disturbed in possession of my dwelling house during her natural life, and at her death her dower to be equally divided between my surviving children and their heirs.
Richard H. Lee Esq., Hudson Muse, William Nutt, and William Brown, Gent., executors.
Witness: Joseph Williams, Jos. Power, James Maley, Robert Thomas, George Eskridge, Thomas Taylor, and Martha McAdam.
George Thomas McAdam granted letters of Administration.
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