SC, BYERLEY, Caspar Philip, 1804

This will was proved in Newberry County, SC in 1804. The Will of Caspar Philip Byerley

... I Casper Byerly Senr of the State of South Carolina and Newberry District...

... I give to my daughter Elisabeth Byerly one negro wench named Sall

... I give to my beloved son John Byerly a negro boy named Peter

... I give to my son Frederick Byerly, one negro child of the increase of the above named Sall, if any there should be.

... I give to my daughter Margretta one negro girl named Milly

... I give to my wife Mary Byerly one negro woman named Doll and if said woman should have any more increase she to give one child to my daughter Magdelena ...

... I give to my son Martin a negro girl named Pegg on provison he gives to my son namely Sibert and Gasper Byerly one child to each of the increase of said negro girl named Pegg.

... I give to my beloved son John Byerly one negro boy named Cato

In witness where of I have here unto set my hand and seal this twelth day of January in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and four.

Recorded in will book E, page 59, proved March 12, 1804.
Found at this URL: http://www.tennessee-connection.com/genealogy/byerley/caswill.htm

Contributed by: spice3@juno.com (Susan S. Buckley)


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