Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties

Jacob Latimer

Male Abt 1786 - 1834  (~ 48 years)


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  • Name Jacob Latimer 
    Born Abt 1786  Fairfax County, Virgina Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Jan 1834  Boone County, Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I018916  Tree1
    Last Modified 21 May 2019 

    Father William (Admr) Latimer,   b. Bef 1747, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 14 Sep 1812, Fairfax County, Virginia - Inventory Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 65 years) 
    Family ID F11875  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Jane Marshall,   b. 1783, Fairfax County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 17 Feb 1852, Saline County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 69 years) 
    Married Bef 1808  Fairfax County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Nancy Latimer,   b. 12 Oct 1808, Fairfax County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 17 May 1889, Saline County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 80 years)
     2. Richard J. Latimer,   b. 13 Dec 1812, Fairfax County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 22 Jul 1862, Boone County, Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 49 years)
    Last Modified 21 May 2019 
    Family ID F11873  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • CORBIN, James & Elizabeth MARSHALL, 22 Dec. 1824, m by James Dickens, b Jacob Latimer, A-83, Boone County, Kentucky
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      James Hughes 2005-02-05 13:40:24
      Huffman Family Genealogy Ged

      Jane Marshall
      Birth: 1783 in Fairfax Co VA
      Death: 17 Feb 1852 in Saline County,Missouri

      Burial: Saline County,Missouri
      Spouses & Children

      Jacob Latimer (Husband) b. About 1786 in Va
      Children:
      Richard Jacob Latimer b. 13 Dec 1812 in Boone County, Kentucky
      Nancy Latimer b. 12 Oct 1809
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      James Hughes 2005-02-23 18:50:34
      LOUDOUN COUNTY, Virginia WILL: JACOB LATIMER, 1833
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      LAST WILL & TESTAMENT OF JACOB LATIMER

      Boone County Kentucky
      Will Book: C, Page: 21 & 22
      September Term 1833

      I Jacob Latimer of Boone County Kentucky being weak and feeble in body though of sound mind and memory and considering the uncertainty of human life and being desirous to make a disposition of my Estate by Will, do therefore make ordain and constitute this to be my last will and testament.

      In the first place my wish and desire is that all my debts be paid as soon as the nature of the care and circumstances will permit.

      Secondly, I will and bequeath unto my beloved wife Jane Latimer my Negro man named Tom and my Negro girl named Sarah, and the future increase of said Sarah if any, also a good ridding horse and saddle and bridal, and two good feather beds, bed steadís and furniture, and such other articles of household furniture or personal property as she may choose to take, which are to be selected by herself, and also two hundred dollars in cash, all of which shares property and money she is to have use and enjoy during her natural life and then all that remains of it is to be equally divided between my children Nancy Latimer and Richard J. Latimer.

      Thirdly, I will and bequeath to my daughter Nancy Latimer & Randall Latimer her husband the Negro girl Harriet and the Negro boy Moses, who are now in their possession, also my Negro man Edmund and five hundred dollars in cash to be paid them within three years after my decease and no charge is to be made against them by my Executors or in division of my Estate for the Negro girl and child I have heretofore given them and by them sold and for the horses or other personal property and money heretofore given them.

      Fourthly, I will and bequeath to my son Richard J. Latimer the farm and tract of land whereas I now live containing about two hundred and sixty three acres be the same more or less with its appurtenances, also my Negro slaves Evaline, Sanford & Robinson and two good horses and two good beds, bedsteads and furniture.

      Fifthly. In case my Negro boy Alfred is obtained in the lawsuit about him with Jos. H. Marshall, it is my will that my son Richard shall have said boy Alfred, but he is to have said boy by paying to my daughter Nancy and her said husband one hundred dollars.

      Sixthly. It is my will and desire that all the balance on remainder of my Estate be it real personal or mixed & be it more or less, be it in possession or remainder, shall be equally divided and descend equally to my daughter Nancy & my son Richard J. Latimer.

      Lastly. I do hereby nominate constitute and appoint my son Richard J. Latimer, Executor to this my last will and testament.
      In testimony to hereof I do hereunto set my hand and seal this Sixth day of December in the year eighteen hundred and thirty three.
      Signed Sealed pronounced & delivered
      By Jacob Latimer to be his last will and Testament in our presence.
      Amanda Chambers
      Richard White Jacob Latimer (Seal)

      Boone County Court, January Term 1834.

      This writing purporting to be the last will and testament of Jacob Latimer was this day produced in court & proven by the oath of Richd. White a subscribing witness who also made oath that the testator called on Amanda Chambers the other subscribing witness to witness said will, who signed it as a witness in presence of him said White & in presence of the Testator, whereupon, it is ordered that said will be recorded which is accordingly done. Attn: Willis Graves clk.
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      Will of William Horseman
      signed 10 Nov 1814
      found in Loudoun County Courthouse, wills 1757-1850, William Horseman, L:74, 1814/15 (date of will/date of probate).

      Posted by Con5997@aol.com on Sat, 04 Sep 1999

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      In the name of God Amen. I William Horseman of the County of Loudoun and State of Virginia being of perfect mind and memory do make this my last will and testament in manner and form following viz.

      First I lend unto my wife Elender during her life all my lands containing about three hundred and eighty acres together with all my slaves, stock of horses, cattle, hogs, sheep, plantation, utensils, household furniture and all the remainder and residue of my estate for her support and maintenance and if the profit of my estate should not be sufficient for the support and maintenance of my wife Elender that then my Executors hereafter named may sell such part of my movable estate as they may then do best for the support and maintenance of my said wife Elender and after the death of my said wife Elender I give and bequeath my Estate as followeth.

      Item, I give unto my daughter Signey Neale after the death of my wife Elender one Negro girl named Patt. Item, I give unto my son Stephen Horseman the amount that he owes me on his board. Item, I give unto my grandchildren (children of Stephen Horseman) named Esaias, George, Sally, Elizabeth, and Julia each one hundred dollars and Kitty, daughter of my said son Stephen, I give one hundred and fifty dollars to be paid by my Executors hereafter named after the death of my wife Elender and when they severally may arrive of full age.

      Item, I give unto my son Joseph Horseman twenty dollars which I have recovered ana judgement against him. My son William, my daughter Lenny Neale and my daughter Mima Carter have had my will and pleasure already.

      Item, I give and bequeath after the death of my wife Elender unto my son Esaias Horseman one half of all my lands and one half of all my estate of every description of slaves stock plantations utensils household furniture crop and what may remain at the death of my wife Elender the land to be equally divided according to value.

      Item, I give and bequeath unto my son James Horseman the other half of all my lands and other half of all my estate of slaves, stock, plantation, animals, household furniture, crop and that may remain after the death of my wife Elender the land to be equally divided according to value.

      Lastly, it is my will and desire that all my just debts be immediately paid by my Executors and I do hereby appoint my sons Esaias Horseman and James Horseman my whole and sole Executors of this my last will and testament hereby revoking all other heretofore made. As Witness my hand and seal this the 10th day of November 1814 signed, sealed and acknowledged to be the last will and testament of William Horseman

      in presence of
      Jacob Latimer
      John A. Harris
      Henry Turner
      Lawson Turley
      and Levi Wilcoxian.

      The will is signed William x (his mark) Horseman with initials being above the x and after his name.

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