Apr. 24 1763 July Court 1763. Note- some error caused probate to be made at Oct. Court 1763 Wife: Rebecca, use of 1 negro and residue of estate. Plantation on north side Roanoke River in Bartee County to be sold for education of four youngest children. Not named. Sons: Simon 200 acres of land purchased of Robert Dunbar nd 1 negro; Edmond, 160 acres manor plantation with 100 acres north side of Tar River purchased of Thomas Spell, and 1 negroe. Daus: Seal Powell, Elvey, Barbery Cain, Elizabeth Bryant and Sabrina Bond, 1 negro and 40 pounds sterling money each,
Aug 24 1809 Nov. Ct. 1809 bk D p 351
Grandson; Joshua Dunn, son of Lamon Dunn, 1 feather bed on which I lie; grandson Anson Dunn, son of Nicholas Dunn, 1 cow and yearling. Daughter Luraney Dunn, 1 small iron pot; dau: Shelah Dunn, my hunting saddle. Exr: Lamon Dunn. Wit: Dempsey Jenkins, John Wilkinson.
Apr 17 1853 Aug Ct. 1853 Book F pg 508
I lend unto my friend Polly Dunn, wife of James Dunn, all my lands and tenements, household furniture and all stock, her lifetime, independent of any and all claims against her husband, James Dunn. I give and bequeath to Elizabeth, daughtger of Polly Dunn, all my land, tenements and stock, etc.
Jan 26,1793 Aug Ct 1793
Wife&ExrL Ann, plantation whereon I live during widowhood, all stock, during years of raising and maintaining my children, also negroes. Daughter, Milly Carr, 5 shillings. Dau: Luraney Dunn, 1 heifer. Dau: Mary Strickland, 5 shillings. Son; Jacob, 5 shillings.
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