Johnston County, North Carolina
Will Abstracts 1746 - 1825 Vol. 1 Page 59 #450
Jacob Brooks 25 Oct. 1822 Probated Nov. Court 1822

Wife: Sarah, tract of land adjoining Reuben Sanders & Rocky Branch during life, then to youngest son Fredrick Nash Brooks; 2 Negroes Ned and Sala.

Son: John S. owes estate and shall repay to share in it.

Son: Benjamin, 400 acres of land adjoining Elam Lockharts line.

Daughter: Charity, bed & furniture; Negro Salvy.

Sons: John William Brooks, Stephen Blockman Brooks & Simon Brooks - remaining land to be divided between these three sons.

Sons: Joseph W. Brooks & James Brooks, $60.00 for schooling.

Two youngest sons to be bound to Micajah Midyette & Benjamin Brooks.

Exec: Allen S. Ballenger, Micajah Midyette {son-in-law}.

Wit: Reden Sauls, A. D. Averet.

19 Nov. 1822 Jacob Brooks
Codicil: If daughter Charity Brooks marry Bolling Green Averet - 1 tract of land joining B. G. Averet, to her.

Wit: Reden Sauls, B. G. Averet

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