William Cargile-NC-1846

Last will and testament of William Cargile
The date of his death was noted as 10 May 1864, Wilkes County, NC
will was proven August term of court 1846

following heirs:

Lewis Cargile-eldest son, bequeathed 180 A and one Negro man,"JACK or ELLICK"

Jason Cargile-bequeathed 192 A and one Negro man,"JACK or ELLICK"

Joel Cargile-bequeathed 130 A and a Negro girl, EMILY

Rebecca Cargile-bequeathed 20 shillings

Mary (Polly) Cargile and her Children, bequeathed a Negro girl, MARY and a featherbed

Margaret (Peggy) Cargile bequeathed a Negro boy and girl, JANE and JULIUS

Elizabeth Cargile-bequeathed 2 Negro boys, WILLIAM and ALBERT.

Margaret (Peggy) Cargile was married to Adam Stailey/Staley on 7 Nov 1808 in Wilkes Co. They moved to Cumberland Co KY between 1822 and 1828.

Mary (Polly) Cargile may have come with her sister and brother in law because she became the 2nd wife of Senator Wm Wood on 26 March 1826 in Overton County, TN.

Contributed by: blb@eastland.net


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