... wife Milley Andrews tract of land and plantation whereon I now live. 166 acres, purchased from John Stroud., One black hall horse, one gray mare and 1 bay mare, two cows and calves, eight head of sheep, 15 head of hogs. Six Negroes named: Bromfield, Alsey, Kinchen, Iszabell, Amey, Nell. ... To son Richard Andrews, one dollar
... son Warren Andrews a Negro boy called Lewis
... son John Andrews a Negro boy called Tom
... son Greene Andrews after death of wife Milley, Negro woman called Amey
... son William Andrews two hundred acres more or less in Warren co. that I purchased of Allen Dowman, and two Negroes Frank and Chaney, my young bay horse, two cows and calves, two sheep two sows and pigs and one feather bed and furniture.
... daughter Patsey Goodwin, one Negro boy called London
... daughter Polly Benson, Negro boy called Phill/Rhill?
... daughter Betsey Chandler, one Negro boy called Carey
... daughter Nancy P. Smith, one Negro girl called Rebay
... son Robert Andrews his and assigns 185 acres of land purchased from Arron and John Parker. and after death of wife, Land and plantation where I now live. and 60 acres purchased of Stroud. also 3 Negroes called, Nelson, Charles, and little Alsey. After death of my wife, three Negroes Bromfield, Alsey and Nell. One thousand weight in pork. also my gray horse, ten head of cattle, ten head of sheep, two sows and pigs and one feather bed, and furniture, after death of my wife I give him two other Negroes, Kinchen and Izabell
... I appoint my two sons Warren Andrews, John Andrews, William Chandler and William Rabun? my executors.
signed Gray [his X mark] Andrews
Georgia Hancock County Court of Ordinary
December 2nd 1811.
Contributed by: Virginia Ewing, firstname.lastname@example.org