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

Charlotte Tebbs

Female Bef 1729 - Aft 1745  (> 17 years)


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  • Name Charlotte Tebbs 
    Born Bef 1729  Prince William County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Died Aft Nov 1745  Prince William County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I086925  Tree1
    Last Modified 18 Dec 2018 

    Mother Charlotte Foushee,   b. 5 Jun 1692, North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1748, Prince William County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 55 years) 
    Family ID F16681  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      Prince William County, Virginia Deeds {Antient Press}: Liber I; 1745 - 1746; pp 1
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I CHARLOTTE TEBBS do give and make over unto my loving Sister MARGARET ATWELL a Negro girl named Bess, and do warrant the said Negro girl and her increase from claims of any person whatsoever being in consideration that the said Negro girl was left my said Sister MARGARET ATWELL by my Father DANIEL TEBBS but she being left by a Verbal Will and the same not being proved according to Law the said Negro by an oversight in my Fathers Will now on record fell to me which I do hereby give and make over to my said Sister MARGARET ATTWELL and her heirs forever. As Witness my hand and seale this eighth day of July 1745
      in presents of DANL. TEBBS, CHARLET TEBBS
      ASHTON LAME IN, ELIZABETH TEBBS
      Au a Court held for the County of Prince William the 25th day of November 1745 CHARLET TEBBS acknowledged this Deed of Gift to MARGARET ATTWELL to be her act and deed which is admitted to record
      Test P. WAGENER CL. CUR
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      Prince William County, Virginia Will Book Liber C, 1734-1744; (John Fredrick Dorman); Pages 558-559.
      Will of Daniel Tebbs, dated 27 Oct. 1740.
      Daniel Tebbs of the County of Prince William being in good health of body.
      Unto my daughter Hannah Hartley one cow and calf.
      Unto ny daughter Margaret Atwell one cow and calf.
      Unto my son Daniel Tebb one shilling sterling
      Unto my son James Tebbs one negroe slave named Abram.
      Unto my son William Tebbs one negroe slave named Great Jack
      Unto my son George Tebbs one negroe slave named Topsalem
      Unto my son Foushee Tebbs one negroe slave named Little Jack
      Unto my daughter Charlotte Tebbs one negroe woman slave named Sarah with her increase to remain in the use of her mother Charlotte till the day of her marriage
      Unto my Dearly beloved wife Charlotte Tebbs two.Negroe men slaves named Jack and Abram for and during her nauurall life and afterward to redound to the above named James and William Tebbs.
      Unto my son James Tebbs one negroe slave named Frank after the death of his his mother Charolet to be valued and appraised when at the age of fifteen years by my executors and the money to be equally divided among my following four sons James Tebbs, William Tebbs, George Tebbs and Foushee Tebbe.
      Unto my sons James and William Tebbs all this tract of land whereon I now dwell to be equally divided betwixt them, my son James to have my dwelling house at his mother Decease and that they pay yearly unto the said George and Fushee Tebbs five andred pounds of Tobacco each yearly for four years after the said George and Fushee shall come to the age of twenty one years.
      As also all my singular and my personal estate to be valued and appraised in money and that it be equally divided amongst my loveing wife Charolet Tebbs, James Tebbs; Wilim. Tebbs, George Tebbs and Fushee Tebbs and my Daughter Charolet Tebbs.
      I do likelise appoint and ordain my loveing friend John Diskin, my sons James and William Tebbs the Sole executors of his my last will and testament John Dawkins
      Thos. Arington Mathew (X) Moss Thomas Attwell
      28 June 1742. Presented in Court by John Diskin, Gent.,
      and James Tebbs two of the executors therein named. Proved
      by the oaths of John Dawkins, Thomas Arrington and Mathew Moss
      three of the witnesses thereto.-
      Pages 360-61. Bond of John Diskin, James Tebbs, Timothy Thornton and Nimrod Hot unto William Fairfax, Esq., justice. For 1000.
      9 June 1742. John Diskin End James Tebbs are exors. of Daniel Tebbs, dec
      John Diskin Janes Tebbs
      Tim Thornton Nimrod Hot
      29 June 1742 Ack. and adm. to record