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Alexander Douglass

Male Bef 1710 - Aft 1753  (~ 44 years)

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  • Name Alexander Douglass 
    Born Bef 1710 
    Gender Male 
    Died Aft 1753  St. Paul's Parish, Stafford County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I604546  My Genealogy
    Last Modified 14 Aug 2017 

    Father Family Douglass 
    Family ID F599349  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      pp. 265-266 A Nuncupative Will of THOMAS WILLIAMS proved by the Oaths of ALEXANDER DOUGLASS, JOHN LIMITT & FRANCIS MILLS Witnesses present at the making thereof and that the Testator at the time of pronouncing the same did bid these persons aforesaid being present to bear witness that such was his Will and that it was made in the time of the Last sickness of the Deced at his dwelling house in Stafford County where he has been a resident for many years he died the 11th of November 1753 & proved next day: his Will is as follows.
      I do give unto SIMON HOOE my Mare & Colt called Fly
      I leave LEONARD MARTIN my gun & young sorrel horse saddle & furniture and chest to be sold for money but not to receive it till he comes of age the remaining part of my Estate to be likewise sold & one half to my sister SARAH DOUGLAS's children to them their heirs ., the other half to my sister ANN LIMIT'S children and their heirs.
      I give WILL KELLY to FRANCIS MILLS to his heirs .. I give my Servant woman to ALEXANDER DOUGLAS & John Limit to serve them. One year off her time I give her.
      I give to my Godson JOHNSON one young horse to be paid when he comes of age at the price of two pounds the money arising to be put into Capt. JOHN HOOES hands. Stafford County
      I give my cloaths to LEOND. MARTIN
      The above sworn to before me proved by Thos. Swan,
      Fr: Thornton
      I JANE WILLIAMS being in a low State of Health do assign my right over to Alexander Douglass to Administer in my Room Jane Williams [her mark]
      Frances Mills [her mark]
      At Court held for Stafford County 13th 9ber 1753 The within Last Will & Testament of Thomas William deced was presented into Court by Alexander Douglas (Jane Williams Widow of the said Thomas having assigned to said Alexander her right of Administration) is admitted to record.
      Charles County Land Record Book A#2, 1752-1756; Page 42 (41). Advertisement. The ship Incouragement of London, Alexr Douglass, master, now lying at Nanjemy, takes in tobacco at 6 ú 10 shillings sterling per ton, freight consigned to Mr. James Russell, Merchant in London. Signed -
      Alexr Douglass. Recorded Sep 27, 1752.