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Susan Hartman "Sukey" Adkins Smith
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Birth: 1787
Pittsylvania County
Virginia, USA
Death: 1851
Pittsylvania County
Virginia, USA

UPDATED 01/21/2012

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Married 08/18/1806 in Pittsylvania Co., VA to George Kenan Smith.

Died on her old plantation on Tomahawk Creek, near Museville.

Their issue:

1. Jabez Vortimer Smith (1809-1870)
2. Rhoda Elizabeth "Rhody" Smith (1811-1858)
3. Booker Hartman Smith (1812-1841)
4. Ralph Adkins "Smithy" Smith (1813-1902)
5. William Morgan Smith C.S.A. (1818-1896)
6. Eliza Beth "Betsy" Smith (1820-1889)
7. Mary Ann "Polly" Smith (1822-?)
8. Nancy Jane Smith (1823-1869)
9. Susan Letitia Smith (1829-?)

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Also Atkins/Atkinson.

Will of Susan Smith - Pittsylvania County Records - Will Book 2, pg. 131:

I Susan Smith of the County of Pittsylvania and State of Virginia do make this 9th day of October one thousand eight hundred and fifty one make this my last will and Testament. In manner and form following, to wit:
1st I give to my son Jabez Smith three yards of home made cloth together with one equal eighth part of my estate that I may not hereafter will away -
2nd I give unto my son Ralph Smith one negro boy named Ellick at valuation, if he is valued to more than one eighth part of my estate he shall then pay back so as to make all my children equal with one another together with three yards of home made cloth.
3rd I give unto my son William Smith one negro boy named Allen at valuation, and if he is valued to more than one eighth part of my estate he shall then pay back so as to make all my children equal with one another together with three yards of home made cloth.
4th I give and bequeath unto my daughter Mary Anderson four pounds of Wool Roles also one large new Kittle together with one equal eighth part of my estate that I have not heretofore or may not hereafter will away to be given to her to use and dispose of as she may think proper to her and her heirs forever.
5th I give and bequeath unto my daughter Rody Reynolds five dollars in cash also four pounds of wool Roles together with one equal eighth part of my estate that I have not heretofore or may not hereafter will away to be given to her to use and dispose of as she may think proper to her and her heirs forever.
6th I give unto my daughter Nancy Anderson four pounds of Wool Roles together with one eighth equal part of my estate that I have not heretofore or may not hereafter will away to be give her to her to use of as she may think proper, to her and her heirs forever.
7th I give and bequeath unto my daughter Elizabeth Mahan four pounds of Wool Roles. I also leave in the hands of my son Ralph Smith one equal eighth part of my estate that I have not heretofore or may not hereafter will away for the use and benefit of my daughter Elizabeth Mahan to her and her heirs forever.
8th I give and bequeath unto my daughter Letitia Smith one hundred dollars cash, one feather bed, two pillars, two sheets, and five bed quilts, three bed blankets, two double wook white counterpins, one chect counterpin, one white double wove counterpin, 2 pounds wool roles, one piece of Janes Cloth, one set of tea cups and saucers, one set of plates, one set of teaspoons, one carthen pitcher, one pot and oven, one dish and one brass kettle, also one equal eighth part of my Estate that I have not heretofore willed away to her and her heirs forever.
9th I give unto my four Daughters, namely to wit: Rody Reynolds, Elizabeth Mahan, Mary Anderson and Nancy Anderson all my bed blankets, quilts, etc. that I have not heretofore willed away, to be equally divided between them and to their heirs forever.
10th I wish that all my crop be sold as soon as convenient after my death and all the moneys and other wise to be equally divided between my eight children as heretofore directed.
11th And lastly I hereby constitute and appoint my two sons Ralph Smith and William Smith Executors of this my last will and Testatment In witness whereof I have here unto set my hand and affixed my seal this the 9th day of October one thousand eight hundred and fifty one.
Witness - Geo. Craft Jr., Lewis A. Wright, Abner Mahan
her Susan X Smith mark

At a Court held for the County of Pittsylvania the 20th day of October 1851. This last Wil and Testament of Susan Smith dec'd. was presented in Court and proven by the oaths of two subscribing witnesses and ordered to be recorded, And on the motion of Ralph Smith and William Smith the Executors in the will mentioned who made oath and with George Craft Jr., John C. Bradner, Rudolph Rorer, their securities entered into and acknowledged a bond in the penalty of five thousand dollards conditioned according to Law certificate was granted themfor obtaining probate of said will in due form.
Teste - Wm. H. Tunstall Clk.

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Family links: 
 Spouse:
  George Kenan Smith (1778 - 1845)
 
 Children:
  Jabez Vortimer Smith (1809 - 1870)*
  Rhoda Elizabeth Smith Reynolds (1811 - 1858)*
  Booker Hartman Smith (1812 - 1841)*
  Ralph Adkins Smith (1813 - 1902)*
  William Morgan Smith (1818 - 1896)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
George K. Smith Cemetery
Museville
Pittsylvania County
Virginia, USA
 
Created by: Hank Rogers
Record added: Sep 01, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 41425460
 

IN MEMORY OF MY G-G-G Grandmother
- GINGER GEORGE GENTRY
 Added: Aug. 22, 2014
 
 
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