George LeeAbt 1757 -
Name George Lee Birth Abt 1757 'Ditchley' Northumberland County, Virginia Gender Male Death Lancaster County, Virginia Person ID I40963 Tree1 Last Modified 24 Sep 2023
Father Kendall Lee, b. Abt 1728, Northumberland County, Virginia d. 14 Feb 1780, 'Ditchley' Northumberland County, Virginia (Age ~ 52 years) Relationship natural Mother Elizabeth Heale, b. 8 Oct 1731, North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia d. 25 Nov 1789, 'Ditchley' Northumberland County, Virginia (Age 58 years) Relationship natural Marriage 7 Jul 1749 Northumberland County, Virginia Family ID F25219 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Family Frances Ball, b. 1761, Lancaster County, Virginia d. Lancaster County, Virginia Marriage 16 Feb 1787 Lancaster County, Virginia Family ID F25546 Group Sheet | Family Chart Last Modified 24 Sep 2023
1759-1783 Fauquier County, Virginia Will Book 1; [John K. Gott];, Page179:
RICHARD LANCELOT LEE (Will)
Date: 24 September 1790
Sister: Priscilla Lee - L200 Virginia currency, riding horse and a genteel woman's saddle
Brother: Arthur - my bay horse, saddle & bridle
Bros. & William, George, Kendall, Hancock, Arthur,; Sisters: Betty Edwards, Judith Pierce - all the remainder of my estate, after my own and my proportion of my father's debts are paid.
Exors: Mr. Thomas Edwards and Bro. George Lee
Signed: Rich'd. L. Lee
Wit: Wm. Bronaugh, Jr., Wm. Hale, Solomon Ewell, Joseph Hale
Proved: 25 October 1790, by o. of William Bronaugh, Jr., and Solomon Ewell. Thomas Edwards and George Lee, with Edward Digges their security, granted cert. to obtain probate.
1653-1800 Lancaster County, Virginia Wills [Ida J. Lee];
PINCKARD, Thomas. 23 Feb. 1779. Rec. 19 Sept. 1782.
Grson: Thomas Pinckard (not 21).
Armistead Currie, Frances Hill Currie, David Currie, Ellyson Currie, being the children of my good friend, Rev. Mr. David Currie and Elizabeth his present Consort, when they arrive at age of 21 or marry.
George Lee, son of my friend Mr. Kendal Lee of Northumberland Co.
Kendall Lee, son of my friend Capt. Chas. Lee of Northumberland Co.
Dear Friend, Rev. Samuel Smith McCroskey, and after his decease to the eldest son of sd S. S. McCroskey or eldest dau. Miss Jane Swan.
Exors: Wife Frances and friend Charles Carter, Esq. of Corotoman and Rev. David Currie, Rev. Samuel Smith McCroskey, John Hill Carter, son of sd Charles Carter, William Lee, son of Mr. Kendall Lee and Ellyson Armistead, Esq. and Gr.son, Thos. Pinckard.
Wits: Sam'l S. McCroskey, Jane Swan, Christ. Miller, Ellyson Armistead. W.B. 20, Page 267.
1776-1780 Record Book #10; Northumberland Co Va, (Lewis & Booker): Page 517
Lee, Kendal, of Wicomoco Parish
W. W. 18 September 1779---W. P. 14 February 1780
Wife Betty Lee-use of one half of my plantation whereon I now dwell, use of one half of my water grist mill which I purchased of John Eustace, during her natural life, and at her death or marriage to my son William Lee.
Son William Lee-remainder part of my plantation and water grist mill.
Daughter Betty Edwards-one shilling, she having already been paid her portion of my estate.
Daughters Judith, and Priscilla-each two hundred pounds current money, when they marry or arrive to the age of twenty one years.
My executors to sell my land in Northampton County on the Eastern Shore of Virginia, containing one thousands acres, and the money put into the Virginia Loan Office, and the whole divided between my five sons George, Kendal, Hancock, Richard Lancelot, and Arthur, to be paid them at the age of twenty one years. If any of them
should die, their parts to the survivors.
The negro woman Dorcas I bought from John Kents estate, to be sold to anyone of my children, and the money from such sale to go to Betsy and Nancy, daughters of said John Kent.
Wife Betty, and my children Williams George, Judith, Kendal, Hancock, Priscilla, Richard, Lancelot, and Arthur-all my negroes except the ones directed to be sold, and my personal estate, to be divided between them when they arrive to the age of twenty one, and they to be educated and maintained out of my estate.
Wife Betty Lee, and sons William and George Lee, and friend Doctor Archibald Campbell, executors.
Witness: Thomas Edwards, William Kents Thomas Smithers, and Charles Lee.
1787-1793 Northumberland County, Virginia Record Book #14; [Lewis & Booker]; Page 368
Lee, Betty, of Wiccocomoco Parish
W. W. 25 November 1789---W. P. 12 July 1790
To be interred by the side of my deceased husband.
Daughter Betty Edwards-negro woman Hannah, and her child Jenny.
To my son George-my negro boy Isaac, two cows and two calves, and six sheep.
Daughter Judith Pierce-negro girl Molly.
Daughter Priscilla-negro woman Diana, and her child Maria,one of my best beds,and as much of my bed furniture as she pleases to take.
Sons Kendall, Hancock, Richard, Lancelot, and Arthur-a bed.
Grandson Archibald Campbell-negro boy Billy.
Grandson William Lee Campbell-negro boys Jemmy, and Jessy.
If either of my two grandsons should die before twenty one years of age,. the negro boys to go to the survivor, and if both should die the negroes to go to my son William Lee.
Rest of my estate to son William Lee.
Son George, and son-in-law Thomas Edwards, executors.
Witness: Daniel Kent and Richard Hutchings.
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