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Robeson County, NC. Marriages

Taylor Allan: Spouse: Moore Susannah: marriage date: Oct 19, 1819

Taylor Thomas: Spouse: Sexton Ann: marriage date: Nov 4,1828.

Taylor Willis: Spouse: Pitman Charlotte: marriage date: April 6, 1851

Taylor Amos T: Spouse: Taylor Sarah Rowan: marriage date: Jan 12, 1865

Taylor Andrew: Spouse: McNeill Rena: marriage date: Feb 6, 1868

Taylor Benjamin: Spouse: Evens Lydia: marriage date: Aug 18, 1823

Taylor Daniel: Spouse: Rodgers Susan: marriage date: Aug 18, 1831

Taylor Gilbert: Spouse: Henderson Margaret: marriage date: Jan 5, 1804

Taylor Jeremiah: Spouse: Israel Sarah Ann: marriage date: Nov 29, 1842

Taylor Henry: Spouse: Ivey Susan: marriage date: Jul 14, 1857

Taylor Jeremiah: Spouse: Israel Hosanna: marriage date: Aug 24, 1857

Taylor John: Spouse: Pitman Mary: marriage date: Mar 20, 1850

Taylor Isaac: Spouse: Rowan Effy Jane: marriage date: July 17, 1864

Taylor John: Spouse: McNeill Ann Eliza: marriage date: May 30, 1865

Taylor Lemuel: Spouse: Phillips Elizabeth: marriage date: Mar 16, 1822

Taylor Stephen: Spouse: Hodges Harriet: marriage date: Sept 22, 1865

A list of Marriages from Indexed Register of Marriages. Copies of Marriages start at 1879.

These marriages from Register of Deeds, Robeson County, North Carolina. Address to write for index: Register of Deeds, Robeson County, Courthouse, Box 22, 500 North Elm, Lumberton,NC 28358



Henry Pitman's Will

North Carolina, Robeson County.

I, Henry Pitman of the county and State aforesaid, being of sound mind and memory, but considering the uncertainty of my earthly existance, do make, publish ans declare this my last will and testament in manner and form following:

1. It is my will and desire that my executors hereinafter named, shall give to my body a decent burial, suitable to the wishes of my friends and family and pay all funeral exepenses together with all my just debts to whomsoever owing out of the first moneys that may come into their hands belonging to my estate.

2. I give and devise to my beloved son, W.S. Pitman and his wife, Elizabeth Pitman, a tract of land containing 119 acres, which was conveyed to me by Riley Pitman, said land located in Wishart's Township, Robeson County, North Carolina, adjoining the lands of Thomas Phillips, Gregory Lennon and John Britt. To have and to hold the same during the term of their natural lives, and at their death to Wade Hampton Pitman and Jessie Thurman Pitman in fee- simple to be equally divided between them.

3. I give and devise to my beloved wife Sallie Pitman the dwelling house, together with the cleared land surrounding the same which lies North of the drain crossing the farm whereon I now live. To have and to hold the same during the term of her natural life or widowhood, provided nevertheless that she live on said land, and if she fail to live on the same, then she forfeits her right to the same and the life estate herein given her shall terminate, and at her death or termination of her widowhood or when she ceases to live on said place, I give and devise the same to my son, W.S. Pitman and his wife, Elizabeth Pitman for and during the term of their natural lives and at the death of W.S. Pitman and his wife, Elizabeth Pitman to Wade Hampton Pitman and Jessie Thurman Pitman my grand sons in fee-simple to be equally divided between them. Also I give and devise to my beloved son, W.S. Pitman and his wife, Elizabeth Pitman the remainder of the tract of land whereon I now reside during the term of their natural lives, and at their death to be equally divided between my two grandsons, Wade Hampton Pitman and Jessie Thurman Pitman my grand sons in fee-simple forever.

4. I give and bequeath to Rosa Taylor wife of Anderson Taylor the sum of Ten Dollars, to be paid to her by my executors out of any moneys which may come into their hands out of my estate.

5. I give and bequeath to my grandson, Jessie Thurman Pitman, any horse or mule which I may own at the time of my death.

6. All the residue of my personal property, wheresoever the same may be found, I give and bequeath to my wife, Sallie Pitman and two grandsons, Wade Hampton Pitman and Jessie Thurman Pitman and my son, W.S. Pitman, same to be equally divided between them.

7. I constitute and appoint my son,W.S. Pitman and my grandson, W.H. Taylor, and Anderson Taylor executors of this my last will and testament, to execute the same according to the true intent of every clause and meaning thereof, hereby revoking and declaring utterly void all other wills by me heretofore made.

In testimony whereof, I, the said Henry Pitman, do hereunto set my hand and seal this 23rd day of February, 1912.

Copy of original from Courthouse in Robeson County, NC: Address: Clerk of Superior Court, Estates and Special Proceedings, P.O. Box 1084, 500 North Elm, Lumberton,NC 28358


Charity Taylor's Will

In the name of God amen. I Charity Taylor of the State of North Carolina and county of Robeson, being of perfect mind and memory thanks to almighty God for the same and calling to mind the mortatily of my body and that it is appointed for all once to die do give and depart of what worldly good it pleased God. To testament and the manners and form following.

Item I give and bequeath unto my beloved son Miles(Mills) Taylor two shillings in money.

Item I give and bequeath unto my beloved son Blake Taylor twenty-five acres of land joining his own improvement and lying on Peter's swamp it being one half of a sixty acres that I now live on to him and his heirs forever.

Item I give and bequeath unto my beloved daughter Edith Ireal two shillings in money.

Item I give and bequeath unto my beloved daughter Milly Taylor twenty-five acres of land being one half of a 60 _____ that I now live on binding on the East side of ___ traith together with one cow and calf by her and her heirs freely to be ____ and enjoyed forever.

Item I give and bequeath unto my beloved grandson John Webb one ox and one two year old heffer to him and his heirs freely to be ____ and enjoyed forever with the exception of the first heffer calf to Joseph Webb.

Item I give and bequeath unto my beloved grandson Joseph Webb one ox freely by him to be ____ forever.

And I Charity Taylor do hereby ratify this and confirm this and this only to be and contain my last will and testament. In witness whereof I the said Charity Taylor hath hereunto set my hand and seal the 25th November 1813.

Copy of original from Courthouse in Robeson County, NC: Address: Clerk of Superior Court, Estates and Special Proceedings, P.O. Box 1084, 500 North Elm, Lumberton,NC 28358


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