Barbara FitzhughAbt 1720 - 1787 (~ 67 years)
Name Barbara Fitzhugh Birth Abt 1720 Stafford County, Virginia Gender Female Death 27 Mar 1787 Westmoreland County, Virginia - probate Person ID I62943 Tree1 Last Modified 26 Nov 2023
Father John Fitzhugh, b. 1692, Eagle's Nest, Stafford County, Virginia now King George County, Virginia d. 21 Jan 1733, St. Paul's Parish, Stafford County, Virginia (Age 41 years) Relationship natural Mother Anne Barbara McCarty, b. 30 Nov 1700, Richmond County, Virginia d. 12 Dec 1737, Lancaster County, Virginia (Age 37 years) Relationship natural Marriage 5 Dec 1715 Cople Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Family ID F15805 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Family William Rev. McKay, b. Bef 1718, Hanover Parish, Prince George County Marriage 6 Feb 1739 Stafford County, Virginia Children 1. Hannah McKay, b. Abt 1739 d. Aft 1801, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia (Age ~ 63 years) [Father: natural] 2. John McKay d. 22 Mar 1785, Westmoreland County, Virginia - probate [Father: natural] Family ID F33825 Group Sheet | Family Chart Last Modified 26 Nov 2023
1773-1787 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds & Will Book 16 & 17 [Mike Marshall]; Page 331.
Barbary McKay's Will
In the Name of God Amen, I Barbary McKay do make constitute and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form following to wit;
Imprimis, I give and bequeath unto my grandson Archibald Campbell the lands left me by my son John McKay.
Item I give and bequeath to my grandson Alexander Campbell the set of shoe and knee buckles which were my son John McKay.
Item I give all the remainder of my estate to be equally divided between my two grandsons Archibald Campbell and John Campbell.
Lastly, I appoint and constitute Mr. Archibald Campbell, executor to this my last will. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 31st day of May 1786.
Signed sealed and acknowledged in presence of
T. Sthreshly Barbary McKay
Alexander Somervail [Somervell]
I Barbary McKay do as an acknowledgment of the many kindnesses and filial attention of my daughter Hannah Hipkins, direct that my executor above named shall not demand or recover of her the said Hannah Hipkins £100 money of Great Britain which I propose to lend her for the purpose of buying a chariot and should I die before the said sum of £100 is collected and furnished the said Hannah, I do desire that it may be paid her as soon Essex and out of the money due to my son John McKay’s estate, and that she the said Hannah shall not be obligated to pay interest on the said sum, but the said son may be considered as part of what my grandson John Campbell may be entitled to by my will aforesaid, and that it shall be optional with the said Hannah when and what time she will pay it to him, if the said hundred pounds should exceed the moiety above given to the said John Campbell, no deduction is to be made from, but if it falls short, he is to be entitled to the balance. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 13th day of July 1786.
Signed sealed and acknowledged in presence of Barbary McKay
John Rose, Daniel McCarty
At a court of quarterly sessions held for Westmoreland County the 27th day of March 1787 this will and codicil was proved according to law by the oath of Thomas Streshly, Alexander Somerville, John Rose and Daniel McCarty the witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded.
Test James Bland CWC
1773-1787 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds & Will Book 16 & 17 [Mike Marshall]; Page 257.
John Mackay's Will
In the Name of God Amen, I John Mackay of Westmoreland County being sound in mind and memory, but weak in body do constitute and ordain this my last will and testament.
Item I give all my estate both real personal to my mother Barbary Mackay (in fee simple to dispose of as she thinks proper) forever.
Tis my desire that my body may be buried at Popes Creek in my friends Daniel McCarty’s burying yard and the ceremony of the burial conducted as he thinks proper.
I appoint my note worthy friend Daniel McCarty Westmoreland County executor to this my last will and testament. Given under my hand and seal this 22nd day of March 1785.
Signed and witnessed in presence of John Mackay
William C. Beale
At a court held for Westmoreland County the 28th day of June 1785 this will was proved by the oaths of Walker Muse and Richard Muse two of the witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded, on the renunciation of Daniel McCarty, executor herein named to the executorship and of the administration of Barbary Mackay the mother of the said John Mackay and at her request the petition of John Rose and his performing all such things as the law in such cases require administration with the said will and asked in all and singular the goods and chattels rights and credits of the said John McKay, deceased is in due form granted him.
Teste Richard Parker CWC
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