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Mann in Bath Co., VA

Associated surnames: Cavendish, Goins, Kincaid/Kinkaid/Kinkead, Mann, McClintic/McClintock

1810 census, Bath County, VA -- Individuals with no surname (FPOC?)
Cate/Cato (Catherine?), Daphney (Daphne?), Esam (Sam?), Fan (Fanny?), Lucy, Rachael, Stephen

1810 census, Bath County, VA -- Individuals with Mann surname (slaveholders?): John, Moses, William

1820 census, Bath County, VA -- FPOC include: Cate (Cato/Catherine?), Daphne (Daphney?), Fanny (Fan?), Lucy, Thomas Goins/Goings, Harry Jackson, John Liverpool

Abstracts of the Wills and Inventories of Bath County, VA
Bath County, VA; p. 15 Will of Jane Mann (X) dated Aug. 26, 1813
Wit: Elisha Knox Jr., Ann Kincaid
Probated Sept. 1813 court
Exec: son-in-law Alexander McClintic
Beq: to son John Negro woman Fan and her son Sam for his life, and then to three daughters, with any increase of Fan’s
to son John two mulatto slaves Rachel and George until 21 years of age, then to be emancipated with any children of Rachel’s
to son John all sheep and hogs and all furniture except for four good beds
to daughter Alice, wife of William H. Cavendish, Negro girl Jenny
to daughter Jane, wife of Robert McClintic, Negro girl America
to daughter Sarah, wife of Alexander McClintic Negro girl Sarah and two feather beds, also a gray mare
to son Moses his bond due her and one due from estate of her son Archibald in lieu of articles purchased at Archibald’s estate’s sale
son John to pay her estate $63 borrowed for purchase of his Negro George, and 40 bushels of corn
executor to sell 2 colts, 4 head of cattle and the corn and the proceeds plus the $63 to be divided among the daughters
clothing to three daughters
grandson Moses Mann to have her inheritance due from estate of

p. 23 Inventory – Jane Mann
Submitted Sept. 25, 1813 by Jesse Davis, Ro. [Robert?] Kincaid, and John Kincaid
Slaves: Fanny, Sam, Sarah, Jane, America, mulattos Rachel 11 and George 4, these two to be free at age 21; cattle 10, sheep 15, hogs 13, geese 11, turkeys 5, kitchen utensils, loom, furniture, 2 spinning wheel, wheel and reel, 950 wt. hemp, 7 flour barrels, 25 lb. wool, Bible and several old books, clothing, 17 doz. Flax thread, 8 lb. spinning yard, 2 lbs spun cotton, tableware, 3 pr. Cards, woman’s saddle

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