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Will of Samuel Wells, Sr. of St. Charles County
Transcribed from Lincoln County, MO Land Deeds, Volume B, page 173 and provided by Beth Wilson, 2005 .
15 February 1830
Will of Samuel WELLS, Senior, of St. Charles County (partial transcription - including only lines with names in them):
Wife: Margaret Wells gets slaves Sambo and his wife Harriet and their youngest child
Milly and Charles.
Son: James H.A. Wells gets slaves John, Baty, James, and Martha.
Son: Peter A. Wells gets slaves Milly, Harry, Reuben, and Lizzy
Daughter: Fanny B. Wells gets slaves Bob, Louisa, and Verry
Son: David Barton Wells gets slaves David, (Armistead's son), Juliann and George (Jinny's children), and Levi.
Daughter: Caroline Wells gets slaves Dick and wife Kate and Mary their child, and John (Harriet's son).
Son: Charles H. Wells gets slaves Sam, Rachel and Dave (Jinny's children) and Absolem (Harriet's son)
Daughter: Mary E. AUDRAIN gets slaves Katy and Andrew
Son: George W. Wells gets slaves Armistead, Nancy, Hannah, and Nelly.
Son: Samuel Wells gets David Noel and Jinny his wife, Nancy and her 2 children, Louiza and Sally.
Daughter: Rebecca HEALD, wife of Nathan HEALD already received property
Daughter: Ann RULAND, wife of John already received property
[Editor's note: words in parentheses were added by contributor.]
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