Two negro men, JACH and ELLICH, bequeathed to his sons Lewis and Jason Cargile, with the son keeping both slaves to pay the other son $200. Lewis Cargile received 180 acres of land in the western [portion?] of Fishing Creek in Wilkes Co., NC. Jason Cargile received 142 acres of land lying on the waters of Roaring River in Wilkes Co., NC.
A negro girl, EMILY, bequeathed to his son Joel Cargile, along with the home tract of land containing 130 acres lying in Wilkes Co., NC on the Yadkin River.
A negro girl, MARY, bequeathed to his daughter Polly and her children. Polly was married to William Wood on 26 May 1826. At some point they moved to Clinton Co., KY.
A negro girl and boy, JUNE and JULIUS, bequeathed to his daughter Peggy and her heirs. Peggy (Margaret) married Adam Staley (Stailey). Moved to Clinton Co., KY between 1822 and 1828; settled on the Wolf River.
- On 26 Jan 1824 Adam Staley purchased 63 acres on Wolf River in Overton Co., TN from William Chilton.
- On 8 July 1838 Adam Staley purchased 100 acres on Wolf River bounded by the KY/TN state line and properties of William Wood and the widow Cargile from John Chilton.
- On 23 June 1840 Adam Staley purchased 70 acres on the KY/TN state line in District 12 of Overton Co., TN from George Gordon.
- On 27 Mar 1850 Adam Staley sold 100 acres on the Wolf River and the KY/TN state line in Overton Co., TN to James Gunnels.
Two negro boys, WILLIAM and ALBERT, bequeathed to his daughter Elizabeth and her heirs.
A yellow boy named EDMUND "which I give and bequeath to my worthy friend, Adam Staley, till the said EDMUND is 21 years old and go his security for his good behavior--he is 12 years old...." EDMUND was born ca 1830. Interestingly, Adam and Peggy Cargile Staley had a son named Edmund Staley born in 1834 in Clinton Co., KY.
William Cargile also had 100 acres in the South East fork of Fishing Creek.
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